Most important in depression treatment anti depressant medication is always included. However, people are unaware that it does not cure depression. The depression is treated by simply working on depression symptoms and by curing it. As the depression symptoms are under control, the person under depression should concentrate on the cause of depression and what [...]
Can A Miscarriage Cause Hormone Imbalance
What can a hormone imbalance cause?. hormones are substances our bodies produce that affect nearly every human function. hormones affect how and when we grow and[...]
How can a hormone imbalance cause anxiety? anxiety is seen as a psychological condition, but the causes of anxiety are far more complex. anxiety can be caused muscle[...]
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Many pregnant women suffering from morning sickness may be wondering why it happens and whether it serves a purpose. When nausea and vomiting occur, they are often an indication of elevated hormonal levels, which is a sign that the pregnancy is in progress.
Ephedrine has been shown to increase the effectiveness of thermogenesis (fat burning) in the body. It contributes to the release and blocks the re-uptake of the neurotransmitter norepinephrine. This gives norepinephrine the ability to continuously stimulate receptors in your body, causing fat cell “flood gates” to open and facilitate fat loss resulting in weight loss.
According to a new study, diabetes and Alzheimer’s diseases are more related than everybody thought. Some researchers believe that Alzheimer’s could be a form of diabetes, because findings show that insulin production in the brain declines as Alzheimer’s disease advances.