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Really depends: on your skin type and what damage you have, see dermatologist ...Read more
Find the right doc: I feel strongly about this topic, because unfortunately there are too many pros that fall victim to the same hype that the general public does. Find someone who truly believes in good scientifically- based skin care that can truly make a difference, not the newest fad. If they can't explain it to you in terms that make sense, move on. There is no substitute for good medicine, especially in skin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Who knows?: There is no research supporting or refuting this product's effectiveness. There are testimonials on the web site, but but it's hard to know about their credibility. It is an expensive product. I suggest asking your own dermatologist about this, and seeing what s/he would recommend. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I find that my shoulders are always slouching forward. is there a product that can help me get proper alignment, so that my shoulders are back?
Yes!: Several brace companies offer posture braces. These may be purchased on your own, but you may have the optimal results if you have one prescribed by an orthopaedic physician, so that you can receive the proper fit, adjustments and instructions on use. Use of these braces should be in conjunction with strengthening exercises, particularly of the muscles around the shoulder blade (scapula). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exercise: Hit the gym and eat sensibly. Your body and your internal organs clean themselves naturally. Anyone telling you to drink something weird or do something off-the-wall is at best deceived and at worst playing a cruel prank on you -- some of the "health cleanses" on the internet can land you in the intensive care unit. ...Read more
Is the backjoy product good for seated working? They make claims that I would love to get some second opinions on.
BackJoyOrBackPloy??: I used a similar device once several years ago. I think the theory is that it aligns the pelvis more physiologically, which allows the rest of the spine to adjust. For 35 bucks I'd try it but, depending on the problem, a lumbar support (e.g. some form of pillow supporting the lower back) might also be needed. I used mine for driving but eventually didn't need it. did it help? Not a miracle cure. ...Read more
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