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Medicine For Shakes
I'm allergic to pretty much everything from seasonal thinga to 5 different types of medicines. I recently bought shakeology shakes to try and be healt?
There shouldn't: Be any seasonal allergens or commercial or prescription drugs in your Shakeology shakes. However, nutritional supplements are generally not necessary for good health nor are they sufficient. If you enjoy them, can afford them and don't use them in place of a balanced diet, they can't do any harm. Dr. Anne ...Read more
My body shakes sometimes badly when I feel very sad, hopeless, helpless. I am very sad now says and hv suicidal thoughts. Any medicine? I cnt tell any1
Depression: You really should consult with a mental health professional as soon as possible. Before you consider medication consult with your doctor to rule out any medical issues and then consult a mental health professional experienced in treating depression. Generally depression is a difficulty that can be treated successfully. Best wishes. ...Read more
Suggest me a medicine for depression. I m feeling ver sad and helpless. My body also shakes when I m very sad. I don't want to see psychatrist.
Untreated depression: Untreated depression can get much worse, and it sounds like you're reaching the "hopeless" end of the spectrum here. Why don't you want to see a psychiatrist? We mean well. You can of course start working with a psychologist -- therapy is essential anyway. Your primary care physician can prescribe an antidepressant. But if your symptoms worsen, specialty (psychiatrist) care may still be needed. ...Read more
Highly doubt it:
Chia seeds are very healthy (see https://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/patientinstructions/000727.htm)
Searching online I saw one report of someone claiming chia seeds caused then to test positive for opiates, and saw that a colleague here states chia can cause positive tests- but she didn't give a reference. I see no other evidence or reason why chia seeds should cause a false positive test. ...Read more
I'm getting gastric bypass jan 7 th and I'm taking the shakes to prepare for surgery but I have a bad night cough can I take cough medicine?
My 18 year old daughter is having shakes /body spasims she was in the hospital this morning and diagnost with gall stones they gave her some meds for anti nausea and her body started doing the shakes the had gotten some medicine to stop the shaking, but I
Adverse drugreaction: Many of the drugs used for nausea are Dopamine blocking agents, and these agents may be commonly associated with a variety of movement problems, including uncontrollable shaking. Anticholinergic drugs may help reduce this, and are sometimes used together with anti-emetic drugs which produce the problem. It should go away within 24 hours, and she should consider this an "allergy.". ...Read more
Why?: Who knows, since no one knows what's in them and they are only studied scientifically if people get sick or die after using them. Plus, they won't help you lose weight, gain muscle or anything positive, although your wallet will lose weight. Save your money, and your health. Learn to eat and exercise properly for the rest of your life. Don't get medical info from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
Both are good: Both ensure and boost have about the same number of calories (250) as well as more in the plus varieties. Both suppy good amounts of protein, and can be used if you are lactose intolerant or need a gluten free diet. Cost and taste could be a factor, and are both better if chilled. My patients seem to like them both about the same. Consider carnation instant breakfast if money/taste is a concern. ...Read more
Shakes?: Lots of causing for the shakes - low blood sugar, anxiety, drug or alcohol withdrawal, seizures, and others. Please see your doctor to get a proper diagnosis. Some of these are mild and can be controlled with diet, counseling, abstinence, some like seizures, may need medication. Benign family tremor is more consistent shaking, which is usually mild. ...Read more
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Depends: If he is jerking while falling asleep it is common and normal. I'm not sure what you mean by shaking or when this shaking is happening but generally speaking shaking during the night should not happen and should be evaluated be the doctor. ...Read more
Having violent shakes at night time. I don't know or feel them only my husband and kids see them. They wake me up and I don't know anything happened?
Best to: Get yourself examined by your pcp. May need referral to a specialist depending on his findings. In the meantime, have your kids / husband video tape the events. Take care! ...Read more
Is there any special shakes I can prepare at home to gain weigth fast? Or any other thing to gain weight? Please I would like to gain bit more pounds!
Add extra protein: Our bodies do NOT store protein, and it is a group of relatively difficult set of substances to digest. There is no real benefit and there is potential harm. The exception are those who are trying to gain muscle mass by working their muscles and adding protein or those with protein wasting diseases. Protein is used in the body for building and maintenance and we do not need extra amounts ...Read more
No one "best.": First, look at your diet and what amount of protein you ingest! Then decide if you should supplement and by how many grams of protein! The best is whey, followed by /soy, and there are blends. See how much protein they have, and how few fat and most important, how little sugar grams they have. Cost is important. Flavor is too. ...Read more
Consider evaluation: Shaking during sleep could be a sign of many different conditions. You may want to ask your girlfriend if she can remember these episodes. If she does these could be related to nightmares or perhaps restless leg syndrome. Some patients with sleep apnea will have shaking episodes particularly when they are struggling to breathe or not breathing. Consider seeing a sleep medicine specialist. ...Read more
Oscillopsia?: Normally the vestibuloocular reflex (VOR) will maintain ocular positioning in space in spite of head / body movement - sort of like a built in gyroscope. Shaky vision with head movement could indicate an impairment of the VOR, usually from an inner ear problem (vestibular system). The condition can be disabling in some situations. Simulation video: http://www. Gentamicin. Com/symptoms/bouncing-vision ...Read more
Angry: People experience and describe anger in all kinds of different ways. Some get so intensely keyed up that their bodies seem to vibrate --many nerves & muscles on alert, ready to go. It can come from extreme attempts to restrain yourself also. Different substances you might be using at the time can have an effect as well. If you're having trouble with anger episodes, a good therapist can help. ...Read more