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13506701 tn?1430259393 I doubt juice detox programs have any value. The weight loss claims are usually exaggerated, and even if they aren't, weight loss at that rate leaves you at risk for gallstones. A healthier and more permanent method is to incorporate fresh produce into a reduced-calorie diet and lose weight on the slow-but-steady plan. Juice detox programs come in all sizes! Most suggest having nothing but fresh fruit and vegetable juice for a period of seven to 10 days.
148588 tn?1465782409 Funding for higher education has been cut by more than 80 percent, and the entire system is experiencing a fiscal crisis. Funding for youth services has been cut by 40 percent. Funding for Veterans Affairs programs has been cut by 69 percent. The Department of Environmental Quality has been cut by 96 percent (in a state with a rapidly eroding coastline).
199177 tn?1490502134 Similar to other chronic, relapsing diseases, such as diabetes, asthma, or heart disease, drug addiction can be managed successfully. And, as with other chronic diseases, it is not uncommon for a person to relapse and begin abusing drugs again. Relapse, however, does not signal failure—rather, it indicates that treatment should be reinstated, adjusted, or that alternate treatment is needed to help the individual regain control and recover. What happens to your brain when you take drugs?
199177 tn?1490502134 Similar to other chronic, relapsing diseases, such as diabetes, asthma, or heart disease, drug addiction can be managed successfully. And, as with other chronic diseases, it is not uncommon for a person to relapse and begin abusing drugs again. Relapse, however, does not signal failure—rather, it indicates that treatment should be reinstated, adjusted, or that alternate treatment is needed to help the individual regain control and recover. What happens to your brain when you take drugs?
921323 tn?1268679412 There are reports of increased risk of diabetes, carpal tunnel syndrome, joint problems, and possibly heart disease. In the end, HGH – like many supplements – is being used by people as a substitute for making lifestyle changes. You can argue that doctors do this all the time. We place people on blood pressure medications and cholesterol medicine when the combination of diet and exercise just doesn’t cut it.
535089 tn?1400677119 (Advil, Nuprin, Motrin, Excedrin IB etc) Ketoprofen (Orudis KT) Kidney infection (Kidney disease, diabetes) Liver Disease Naproxen (Aleve) Promethazine (Phenergan, Promethegan) Riboflavin (B2, Hempseed Oil) Amphetamines - Substances or Conditions which can cause false positives Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, propylephedrine, phenylephrine, or desoxyephedrine (Nyquil, Contact, Sudafed, Allerest, Tavist-D, Dimetapp, etc) Phenegan-D, Robitussin Cold and Flu, Vicks Nyquil Over-the-counter diet aids w
Avatar m tn Hepatitis C treatment is very expense if you don't have insurance. There are programs to help with the cost of treatment. Here is a site you should take a look at "HepcHope.com". Gives the latest treatment options and will help you with some of your concerns. Treatment has greatly improve in just a few years. You ask is it worth it? I can only give my personal opinion....YES!
Avatar m tn As a teenager it's very important to monitor any risk of concussion and be sure to see a doctor anytime you have a hard blow to the head. This is why so many youth and school programs in soccer, football and other sports now have concussion protocols that mandate rest time for young athletes while their brains heal from blows to the head.
222369 tn?1274478235 Paul was the one person that actually challenged the way I use to think about it and played a major part in helping me get free from it now we focus on recovery we have been for well over 7 mo now...N/A and A/A our great there free and the 12 step programs work if you work them...as far as questioning dose aftercare work....let this forum and its membership speak for itself....
Avatar m tn Your youth grants you alot of reserve to bounce back ;o) From what I have read over the years, mdone is clinically safe to take in doses 80-120 mgs for several years. Remember you have been taking a medication at safe, therapeutic doses. It's no different than taking pills for diabetes, blood pressure and depression...etc. Here is a scholarly link to some fairly recent research on methadone. http://international.drugabuse.
Avatar m tn I'm pretty sure I replied to one of your other posts about working. Everyone is different, but rarely did I have problems getting to work. But you also mention a 5 yr old, do you have any help especially working 12 hour shifts? I didn't have much problem getting to work, but after 8-10 hours, I'll admit I was tired when I got home and had to force myself to get some exercise, etc...and toward the end of my treatment I rarely had the energy to even exercise after work.
Avatar m tn Many of the supplemental plans offer a wide array of programs for diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and most chronic diseases. Supplemental insurance programs are a godsend to those who are among the most vulnerable in our society- the aged, and disabled, many of whom have very little income. How can these private insurers provide so much more than the gov't run Original Medicare Plan ?
Avatar f tn In March this year, I was tested for 'other' autoimmune diseases and it was found there were none but that doesnt mean to say that somwehere down the line, I wont get another autoimmune disease ...just as a Diabetic doesnt get rid of Diabetes..I believe we have antibodies for life regardless of what we eat or what supplements we do and do not take.
Avatar f tn They will really search your past, even your youth and I had a terrible childhood. Still, my condition it was too late. I still can't get proper treatment, Different Neuro's disagree and life is still unbearable, but I do have severe nerve damage and severe autonomic problems. They just can't figure the cause or disease. One Neuro says RSD, one PN, ect. I probably take enough pain killers in one dose that would kill a normal person.
Avatar n tn hey, my name is adrian, i was addicted to oxycontin for over 1 year. i had gotten to the point where i was snorting 6 80mg tablets a day. and i was also taking dectramathorphyn as a booster. I was put on this for a crushed heel that I had 2 years ago, this injury could not be repaired. so painkillers was my only option. my problem got so bad that i had to do six pills a day just to be normal. at the end i made it 24hrs without a pill, and i thought i was going to die or seize up.
Avatar n tn I take oxycotin, and neurontin for the pain for it, and I think it keeps me from feeling like I'm on speed from the pred.( Thank God!!) What other crud does this do to you? I've read diabetes, lupus, arthritis. Is there anything else?? I'm one of those saps if I know about it I seem to get it so maybe I need not know, lol!! Just kidding! I hope everyone is granted some good days like I have been, and God is smiling down on you all!! I will be gone next week to Oregon for a conference on the TN.
Avatar m tn That brings the image of one who flops asleep randomly. However, I have watched programs on it. I have read about it. 'there are certain characteristics of narcolpesy that I have. I don't have most of them. Some I have ina mild form. I get vivid technicolor nightmares and wake up screaming. I go to sleep and get scared awake screaming immedicately. I could sleep 14 hours and still yawn all day and take a nap. It is all I can do to stay awake driving.
Avatar n tn I have been experimenting with PE for 3 years now, I can not say I have fully stuck to most programs, however the reason for not pursuing many of the programs was simply because they are to painful, in-practical or too time consuming. most of us work 8-10 hours a day, allot have wives, kids and possibly some extra curricular activities such as a muscle training program. I am like these men and have a busy schedule.
Avatar n tn And then there are those of us that are all of the above! And btw, whoever said such foolishness as FM is not and cannot be affecting our youth -- I say: poppycock! Try telling a mother of a fibro-kid that it's in BOTH their heads! ....groans and rolls eyes as we've ALL seen others do when they think we're not looking... but I roll and groan with a smile on my face -- that's gotta count for something!
363682 tn?1299492962 Thanks for your interest Vanessa. No ... apart from 'mild' hypertension (for which I am prescribed Perindopril 2mg.), I can't say there are any other noticeable accompanying symptoms. What I have noticed in recent months though is that I am starting to get hot flushes - usually in early evening - and exacerbated by having eaten a hot meal and/or a preceding alcoholic drink.
Avatar n tn I plan to take him to our GP for starters and see if there is anything physically medically wrong, IE diabetes, which his paternal grandmother has. But food doesn't seem to make a difference either. I thought that in this forum I may find someone that has similar experiences and some suggestions for coping for the time being.... Any help would be appreciated.
975514 tn?1325001538 My doctors have ruled out MS, Lupus, Vit deficiency, thyroid issues, diabetes. I do have a bulging disc and spinal stenosis. My orthosurgeon does not feel it is pressing on a nerve and causing my pain, tingling and numbness. He has suggested my neuro do nerve conduction tests to rule out carpal tunnel and then talk about the possibility of fibromyalgia.
Avatar n tn For those who compare methadone to diabetes, how much you want to bet diabetics will have no trouble getting their insulin during a disaster??? I hope your husband can mamage without it. Because one of the things doctors neglect to tell you, is pain medication only works for so long. Then you're fighting addiction on top of it, and then the meds stop working efficiently for the pain...