Anxiety, depression and other issues of mental health can seem insurmountable. That's because they are often caused by or trigger key deficiencies in the chemicals responsible for our mood and mental health. This post details many things we can do to heal and maintain positive mental health as naturally as possible.
If you're already a CBD user, you probably understand the benefits of taking CBD oil for your chronic illness. Not only can it reduce pain and inflammation, it can help quell anxiety and depression, induce sleep, quell vomiting and nausea, and so much more. What may surprise you is that your CBD oil could be doing a lot more for you than it already is. It's when CBD is coupled with some of its other tried and true friends that the magic really happens.
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Taurine may be one of the most important amino acids for our body. Although quite popular in energy drinks, unless you're a hard core athlete, you may know very little about this "Wonder Molecule." While popular for boosting performance in athletes, Taurine is essential in boosting heart health, brain health, and liver health. With it's … Continue reading Taurine is no Bull! The Benefits of The Wonder Molecule
The study revealed that both saline and ORS are effective in the short term treatment of OI. However, the ORS, with it's combination of sugars, potassium and sodium, was proven to be even more effective than the saline. While simple sodium can help raise blood volume, ORS still seems to be the better option, according to this study. Better yet, ORS is readily available, as well as affordable and it doesn't require a visit to an infusion center or the use of ports and is obviously much less invasive, providing fewer risks than any venipuncture.