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Does Sweating Release Toxins
Poisonous substance produced within living cells or organisms;man-made substances created by artificial processes are thus excluded. The term was first used by organic chemist ludwig brieger (1849–1919). For a toxic substance not produced within living organisms, "toxicant" and "toxics" are also sometimes used.. Toxins can be small ...Read more
No: However, alcohol can cause various symptoms that can seem like the adrenal glands are releasing adrenalin. Some people will flush after drinking alcohol, this can occur for genetic reasons (common in asians) or rarely due to a medical disorder (carcinoid, lymphoma). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In theory yes, but..: One could conceive of a way in which rubbing your muscles vigorously might cause muscle waste products to leak into your circulation--so does exercising. But you do not need to buy anything fancy to detox that. Your kidneys, if healthy, do an excellent job of cleaning your blood by themselves. All you need is water to ensure that you are well hydrated. Your body will do the rest. ...Read more
Not usually, but....: The field of psychoneuroimmunology taught us that our immune response can be activated by suggestion -- for example, developing some allergy symptoms when seeing just a picture of a cat (for someone with a severe allergy to cat dander). Typically, histamine is released by mast cells in the presence of antigen-antibody complexes containing antigens interpreted by the immune system as foreign. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Smoking: Yes it can also cause the release of norepheneprine. ...Read more
For All Rx meds look: up the prescribing information: Google: "prescribing information clonazepam" & see: https://www.healthtap.com/#user_questions/6621114, ideally on the manufacturer's or FDA website. For meds no longer in patent, RXList.com publishes what used to be available as published & there are many online resources. ...Read more
Yes: Excessive sweating of underarms, hands, & feet (hyperhidrosis) is helped with use of botox. The duration is variable, but typically around 4-6 months. In the underarm, placement is in a grid-like pattern in an effort to distribute the effects over a wide area. Some get improvement in sweating with Botox given is distant sites. Likely this is due to changes in the autonomic nervous system. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Insufficient data: Sorry, "How can glutamate release and reabsorbed?" is not a comprehensible statement. You can see that, right? Please repost it so that it is grammatically coherent and intelligible. ...Read more
Which hormone(s) are produced/released by crying? Does the release of these substances help alleviate stress/anxiety & if so, how?
Benefits of Crying: Crying stimulates the production of Endorphins, our body’s “feel-good” hormones.” Emotional tears contain stress hormones which get excreted from the body through crying. They contain Adrenocorticotropic hormone to relieve anxiety and stress. Crying resolves feelings of grief, feeling overwhelmed or frustrated. Crying is an outlet for intense emotional sensations- agony, surprise or joy. ...Read more
Can activated charcoal/ ultracarbon absorb toxins and gas produced by virus that cause food poisoning, diarrhoea and stomach spasms?
CRPS or RSD: Yes.: CRPS has different stages of illness. Excessive sweating or less sweating are possible symptoms. In CRPS the autonomic system (nerve control for numerous body functions) is altered or sick. CRPS can cause change in skin color, temperature, sweating, hair growth, osteoporosis, muscle atrophy, skin hypersensitivity and variety of possible symptoms. Please speak to your Doctor for treatments options ...Read more
Serequel (Quetiapine): does it cause hypothyroidism? does it slow metabolism or does the excess hunger causes the weight and thus metabolic syndrome?
Seroquel (quetiapine) ?: AmroP293~ weight gain is a well known side effect of Seroquel but hypothyroidism is not listed as a side effect. If you are gaining weight its not a bad idea to check a TSH to r/o hypothyroidism. You should see a doctor about this and have him manage this thanks http://www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/quetiapine ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
**sigh** NO: *** i can't even elaborate. Just no. Just drink your coffee. ...Read more
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