Archive for the ‘Medical’ Category

Top 5 Side Effects of Elmiron Drugs and Why You Should Avoid It

Monday, December 7th, 2020
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You may have heard of all of the Elmiron lawsuits currently being brandished about. The truth of the matter is that this drug has some serious side effects, often that people weren’t warned about before they began taking it. 

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Why You Might Need a Health Expert To Reach Your Fitness Goals

Saturday, November 21st, 2020
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In the health and wellness world, it might seem easy enough to hit your medical goals with a regular workout and a solid diet. For many in the United States, that may work. However, depending on your hormones, stamina, metabolism, and other factors, achieving weight loss might not be as simple as you once believed.

Whether you’re looking to achieve weight gain through muscle mass or you want to simply improve your overall health, sometimes you simply need an added push. Even if you don’t want to become a bodybuilder, you might want to connect with a health expert so you can achieve your medical goals without any unwanted side effects.

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Treating Type 2 Diabetes: About Trulicity and Finding Coupons for Efficient Cost Treatment

Saturday, October 24th, 2020
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Trulicity is a prescription drug for adults confirmed with type 2 diabetes to elevate blood sugar (glucose) level. This drug lessens the risk of significant cardiovascular diseases (complications relating to heart and blood vessels) such as death, heart failure, and stroke in people who have heart problems or various cardiovascular risks.

Trulicity is injected through a needle. You use it once a week by inserting the needle under the skin of various body parts (stomach, upper arm, and thigh). Use Trulicity in conjunction with the exercise and diet that your doctor has approved.

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Importance Of Testosterone – Can You Really Buy The Male Sex Hormone?

Monday, April 20th, 2020
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The human body requires a good balance of hormones in order for everything to function properly. One of those is, naturally, testosterone. It is known as the primary male sex hormone, but producing sperm is not its only purpose. The importance of testosterone for maintaining good health, particularly in middle-aged and older males, should not be ignored.

Get yourself informed: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/276013

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Using Coolsculpting As An Alternative To A Tummy Tuck

Friday, February 21st, 2020
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Every day, millions of Americans are looking to improve their bodies using some type of cosmetic surgery. Of course, there are those that are active and look to exercise to get rid of excess fat, but what about those stubborn patches of fat that don’t want to cooperate? There are several types of surgeries you can use to get rid of them. Two of the most popular options are Coolsculpting and the Tummy Tuck. Both get rid of stubborn fat that wants to linger around in your body but, only one of them is the better choice. It is Coolsculpting. 

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6 Rules to Prioritize Your Health and Improve Your Training For the New Year

Wednesday, January 1st, 2020
Happy New Year

Ever heard the song that goes:

“Your toe bone connected to your foot bone,
Your foot bone connected to your ankle bone…”

Skeleton

This is an old spiritual song whose chorus is used to teach children about the human skeleton. It can also remind us workout fiends that everything in your body is connected, and if just one of those bones, or organs, or systems gets sick, it can throw off the whole body.

If any single function on your body is not working correctly, it will affect the rest of your body. For instance, these tips will help keep 6 important factors of your body in check and help you improve your fitness in the new year.

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3 Common Causes of Workout Back Pain (and How to Recover Fast)

Friday, November 29th, 2019

There is nothing more satisfying than a strong back. While bulging biceps, pecs, and quads might seem sexy, they aren’t nearly as effective as increasing strength and stability as robust rhomboids, lats, and traps. However, not only is it easy to inefficiently train the back, but it is incredibly easy to injure those muscles (and the tissues around them) with improper technique and inaccurate exercises.

Workout Back Pain


If you want a rope-covered back but you don’t want chronic back pain, here are a few common mistakes you should avoid – and if you are already laid low from a back injury, here’s how you can recover and prevent them in the future.

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5 Natural Solutions to Reduce Menopausal Symptoms

Thursday, November 28th, 2019
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Climacteric, midlife crisis, mental pause, or the “big change”– whatever you call it, the term itself frightens women who are slowly approaching the menopausal stage. With different stories of hot flashes, mood swings, low sex drive, night sweats, and weight gain, more and more women are somehow getting terrified to reach this stage in life. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can reduce menopausal symptoms with fitness, diet, yoga, and a few other health strategies.

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Why You Should Get Educated on MTHFR Gene Mutations

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019
MTHFR Gene Mutations

Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase or also called MTHFR is a particular type of enzyme that breaks down the amino acid homocysteine and folate (aka folic acid). Both of these substances have their pros and cons. Excessive homocysteine is not so good, while folic acid is a B vitamin that’s important for cell growth and metabolism. A person with MTHFR Gene Mutations will suffer from too much homocysteine and not enough folate.

Homocysteine is an amino acid found in your blood. Eating meat is the most typical way to get it through diet. High levels of homocysteine are linked to the early development of heart disease. In fact, high homocysteine is a specific risk factor for heart disease, and is associated with low vitamin B6, B12, and folate, and is commonly linked to renal disease.

MTHFR has the potential to mutate, and it can either interfere with the enzyme’s ability to function normally or entirely inactivate it. People have two types of MTHFR genes that they inherit from each of their parents. It can affect one heterozygous or homozygous of these genes.

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How to Go Back to Working Out After Pregnancy

Friday, November 22nd, 2019
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Have you finally delivered and cannot wait to lose the baby weight? Working out should part of everybody’s lifestyle. When you have just had a baby, working out after pregnancy can help you recover fast and boost your strength. Since pregnancy comes with hormonal changes that affect you emotionally, exercising can also boost your mood.

Every pregnancy is, however, different, and checking with your doctor before starting is crucial. New mothers are advised to engage in postpartum abdominal exercises that can help in toning muscles and reducing weight. Enrolling in this fitness program can help you learn how to work out safely after childbirth. It aims at helping new mothers in America maintain a healthy lifestyle and achieve effective results after pregnancy. 

Today we will talk about tips for easing into post-pregnancy fitness and provide a series of exercises you can use to get started.

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