Published by admin July 31st, 2009 in Anxiety
There are many types of anti-anxiety medication since drugs are usually the first to use when suffering from an intense and unexpected panic attack. However, tranquilizers represent just a temporary relief method that can only be used in perfect safety for a very short period of time, due to the high risk of side effects. Here are some of the unpleasant and sometimes paradoxical adverse reactions triggered by anti-anxiety medication in general. While the major benefit from their use is the state of calm and relaxation, sometimes drugs can relax you to the extent that you feel drowsy all the time.
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Causes of anxiety Natural Cure to anxiety and panic attacks
Published by healthguru July 30th, 2009 in Anxiety
The exact causes of anxiety are pretty difficult to determine, although basically doctors suspect environmental stress, brain chemistry and genetics as the main factors that shape the development of such psychological disorders. Even the medication prescribed to alleviate the symptoms for people who suffer from chronic depression and anxiety has a working mechanism that is not fully understood by scientists. From this perspective it seems like a nervous disease has lots of unknown elements in the equation, and that symptoms are easier to treat than the causes. Nevertheless, recovery doesn’t have to be out of the reach, on the contrary, a full recovery of the health condition can result from the adequate combination of therapy and medication.
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Published by admin July 30th, 2009 in Obesity
Obesity is America is said to be out of control and some call it an epidemic, due to the rise in the number of people suffering from obesity in the last few years. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a person is deemed to be obese if he has a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 30 or above. This means that the person consumes more food than is required by the body and does not burn enough calories. This leads to all sorts of health problems such as diabetes, heart disease and metabolic syndrome to name a few, and on certain occasions can even result in death. The main causes of obesity are said to be unhealthy eating habits and a sedentary lifestyle. A decrease in physical activity results in lower calories being burnt. However hormone deficiencies could also lead to obesity.
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Published by admin July 30th, 2009 in Pedicure
During the days work wearing the same old shoes all over again, you go walk from here to there to submit your papers to your boss. You go from one floor to another just to bring the necessary things needed by your boss. After work your feet feels so tired and calloused. Have you ever thought of having a pedicure just to pamper your feet and give it some tender love and care?
Well, you definitely should start getting a pedicure more often. This would actually take out the stress from your feet, and allow them to relax and look beautiful.
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Published by admin July 28th, 2009 in headaches
Headaches are the most common form of discomfort for millions of busy Americans. Many working individuals suffer everyday with these mighty irritating headaches which brings untidiness and also discomfort. But with all these headaches the ones that stand out alone as the most frequent are the pressure headaches.
With the modern pressurized busy schedules related to many professions the level of pressure in blood is highly likely to get agitated and distracted which will eventually lead to a varying blood pressure. This will not only lead to an uncomfortable situation but will also make sure to mess up your day?s work.
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