The Secret Ingredient for Good HealthWritten by Peggy Porter
What if I told you that you could add something to your life that would decrease your blood pressure and cholesterol, increase energy, muscle mass, bone density, metabolism, longevity and last but not least, sexual performance? What if I told you that it would also improve sleep, flexibility, strength and digestion? If you knew it would help in preventing certain diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and depression, would that interest you? What about strengthening immune system, improving circulation and delaying or preventing osteoporosis? The benefits to what I am referring to doesn't stop there either. The mental and emotional benefits include reduced anxiety and stress, improvement of your self worth and self image plus an overall increase in your sense of well-being.
Are you asking what this thing is and how much does it cost? How many people would be rushing to their doctor to get a prescription for this life changing and life saving addition you can add to your day? What if I told you that you didn't need a prescription and that it was practically free?
Well, I am telling you that you can start achieving every one of these above benefits today without spending a cent or waiting in line at pharmacy.
You only need to move your body. That's right. What I am referring to is exercise and if you are not participating in exercise in some shape or form, you are missing out on one thing that can immediately begin to improve your health.
If this thing called exercise is so great, why, might you ask are there still people not doing it?
Accutane Side Effects Lawyer: Hair Loss, Depression, SuicideWritten by Anna Henningsgaard
You probably know drug isotretinoin by its trade name, accutane. Accutane is a powerful drug often used to treat acne. Unlike other acne treatments, which are simply antibacterial agents, accutane actually changes composition of skin. Accutane causes skin to produce less oil, which almost always results in a reduction of acne. Accutane is very powerful and effective, but this comes with some very dangerous side effects that everybody should be aware of. If used or administered improperly, accutane can do more harm than good.
Almost everybody who uses accutane suffers from mild side effects like itchy skin, chapped lips, hair loss, and nosebleeds. These are very minor compared with some of more dramatic side effects. Accutane causes horrible birth defects if used while a mother is pregnant, and women taking accutane have to sign a contract that they are willing to undertake an abortion if they become pregnant during or directly after their use of accutane. Other problems include decreased night vision, joint pain, and disorders of intestinal and urinary systems.
Some patients develop terrible headaches that can lead to brain aneurisms. Some patients taking accutane fall into severe depression and many have committed suicide. The actual numbers are hard to come by because majority of accutane users are young adolescents, an age group that is always plagued by raging hormones and emotional swings. When these young people take their lives while using accutane their families do not always realize that depression, and resulting death, was actually caused by drug. Some people feel that drug companies should be held responsible for distributing a drug with side effects as life-threatening as disease of depression.