How 30 Opioid Pills For Surgery Turn Into A Habit

How 30 Opioid Pills For Surgery Turn Into A HabitA small number of people—about 6 percent—who had not been taking opioids before an operation, but got them to ease post-surgery pain, are still taking painkillers three to six months later. That’s long after what is considered normal for surgical recovery.

Are You Vulnerable to Burnout?

Are You Vulnerable to Burnout?Too much of either positive or negative stress can result in stress overload, commonly known as "burnout." Burnout occurs when you blow your circuits and feel physically and emotionally exhausted. If you strive endlessly to meet unrealistic expectations...

Does Caffeine Cause Dehydration?

Does Caffeine Cause Dehydration?For a long time people have been told that caffeine is a diuretic. For some, this translates into advice to avoid or remove caffeinated beverages from the diet of people at risk of dehydration, or during periods of extreme summer heat. The Conversation

Please, Just Tell Me What To Eat

Please, Just Tell Me What To EatThis is the greatest favor I can do for you as a nutritionist: A diet program that doesn’t tell you exactly which foods to eat and in what amounts. Empowering you to be in deeper relation­ship with food and with the genius in your body is the surest road to your most powerful metabolism.

Is Fructose A Friend Or Foe?

Is Fructose A Friend Or Foe?Fructose has been getting a bad rap lately. Although consuming too much can be bad for your health, those who exercise seem to be protected against some of fructose’s negative health effects.

Are Microgreens Better For You Than Regular Greens?

Are Microgreens Better For You Than Regular Greens?Microgreens, tiny versions of leafy vegetables and herbs, have been described as healthier than full sized greens. Do microgreens really contain more nutrients? Do they have other benefits? And are they worth the extra price?

Chronic Stress: Stress That Won't Stop?

Chronic Stress: Stress That Won't Stop?The first person to identify the effects of chronic stress was Hungarian scientist Hans Selye. From Selye’s point of view, stress itself was neither good nor bad—it was simply challenging. He believed that without any stress at all, life would be pretty boring...

Stress Release and Natural Methods of Self-Healing

Stress Release and Natural Methods of Self-HealingThe more toxic we are, the faster we age. "Everyone needs detoxification... because the air that we breathe is polluted, the water that we drink is full of chlorine, the clothing we wear is made of artificial fabrics and chemicals, the lotions and shampoos that we use all contain chemicals."

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