How To Naturally Boost Your Serotonin Levels

Posted on: 3 June 2016

Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that plays a role in regulating the endocrine system, muscle function, cardiovascular function, and a wide array of other bodily functions. Many researchers believe that low production of serotonin may play a role in depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and even excess anger. If you've been feeling a bit negative and down-in-the-dumps lately, the problem could be that your serotonin levels are low. Try these natural methods to boost your body's serotonin production.
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3 Ways To Make Your Workouts More Effective

Posted on: 18 May 2016

If you have begun working out so that you can build more muscle on your body, it's important for you to get the most out of each workout. If you can make your workouts more effective, you will see results faster. Here are three tips you may want to follow so that you can get the best results with the time you have. Choose The Right Time While this is not true for everyone, most people will benefit the most if they choose to work out in the morning.
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Recovering From A Serious Burn Injury: How Occupational Therapy Can Help

Posted on: 13 May 2016

Every year, tens of thousands of people get admitted to burn clinics as a result of serious burns. Most burns are caused by fires in the home, but can also be attributed to electricity, contact burns, and even chemicals. As a burn victim yourself, you know the many months of pain and rehabilitation can have its toll on you, and a burn can leave you unable to perform tasks the way you used to.
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Answering Common Medical Marijuana Questions

Posted on: 3 May 2016

The use of cannabis as a medical treatment option is rapidly spreading across the country. However, there are many patients that may not have much experience with using cannabis as a medical treatment. This may make it difficult for them to know what to expect from this option. If this applies to you, having the following questions answered may provide you with more of the information you need to decide whether to try this treatment option.
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