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Is the Brain Structure Affected By Steroid Use? Study Says Yes

It's typical for healthcare providers to prescribe patients steroids for alleviating the symptoms of various inflammatory conditions. However, steroids have their benefits and drawbacks. While they can effectively offer relief, they can also cause unpleasant side effects. Researchers recently found the problem of the brain structure affected by steroid use. The brain can be affected […]
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New Hormone Therapy Guidelines to Consider Before Starting HRT

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been the standard protocol in addressing the many symptoms women experience during menopause. Over the years, however, clinical trials have shown that HRT may pose serious health risks to some women. As a result, the North American Menopause Society (NAMS), as well as various health bodies across the globe, have […]
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Hormone Pellet Therapy: Is It Safe? What Are The Alternatives?

Menopause! That time in a woman’s life when her hormones go haywire, hot flashes abound, mood swings hit you unexpectedly, and you see an increase in fat around the belly without knowing why. And these are just a few of the symptoms. All this happens because, essentially, your hormones are no longer in a state […]
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The Link Between Opioids and Mental Health: Increased Risk for Addiction

People who use opioids have a much higher incidence of mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety. Sometimes these mental health disorders are the result of opioid use and sometimes opioids are used to try to mask the symptoms of poor mental health. In the rush to rid the world of illicit drug use, […]
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Nootropics: Are These Meds A "Smart” Way to Boost Brain Performance?

Nootropics are certain medications that can boost brain performance. Many people also refer to them as "smart drugs" because they may help improve memory and cognitive performance. There are two types of nootropics. Those that you need a prescription for are synthesized in a laboratory and are often suggested for such health conditions as Alzheimer’s […]
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Hormonal IUD Risks You Need To Be Aware Of

While birth control is a very useful and important part of overall health, choosing the right type for you involves knowing how it will affect you - both the benefits and the potential hazards. In this article, we’ll talk about coils or IUDs, which stands for intrauterine devices. These devices are inserted into the uterus […]
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Synapsin: A Promising Medication for Brain Fog, Fatigue, and More

Synapsin is a nasal spray that may help boost concentration and reduce brain fog symptoms. Many people find themselves under chronic stress these days, which leads to brain fog, fatigue, and difficulty concentrating and could interfere with professional and personal life. By making it easier to focus and concentrate, Synapsin could help reduce stress and […]
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How the "Start Low Go Slow" Approach Is Essential for Adrenal Fatigue

Adrenal fatigue recovery can be a difficult journey. When you have this disorder, any attempt you make to improve your health can backfire, causing additional stress and worsening your condition. This is where the "start low go slow" approach comes in handy. It advocates small changes that build over time and also helps you sustain […]
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Peptide Therapy For Your Heart

Peptides are specific compounds in the body made up of a chain of amino acids. Their actions in the body encompass the functions of protein, hormone, or digestive aide. Peptide therapy continues as the focus of a great deal of research effort particularly as it shows promise in the care of heart conditions. Much of […]
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Effective, Natural Antidepressants Supported By Research

Constant stress together with a sedentary, chemical-laden lifestyle and an inadequate diet have a huge effect on our mental health. According to the World Health Organization, about 4.5% of the world’s population suffers from depression, a mental health issue. And of course, the use of antidepressant medications is on the rise, each with its own […]
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