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Waste of money: Vitamins are really unnecessary if you eat a well balanced diet with the major food groups. Supplements end up being excreted into your urine and flushed down the toilet. Taking a multiple vitamin can ensure you don't have any major deficiency, but extra supplements are generally a waste of money and can contain contaminants that are actually harmful.
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No: It's gimmicky vitamins targeting gym types. How much or little beard you have is a function of your genes. Embrace what Mother Nature gave you. A thin-bearded man usually has the smooth chest that most women and most male fitness-types seem to prefer, and usually doesn't have any baldness later in life.
Yes: I went to the gnc website and reviewed all the ingredients. I didn't see anything that would exacerbate hypertension. You should know that many studies have failed to show benefits. Here is a link to the latest in reference to heart health: www. Medpagetoday. Com/cardiology/myocardialinfarction/43469? Utm_source=cardiodaily;utm_medium=email;utm_content=aha;utm_campaign=12-17-13;eun… 1/3.
See below: As implied, it is a drug that when taken will enhance performance. The implication is that there are certain drugs that can give athletes an unfair advantage over a competitor who has not taken the drug; as such they are typically banned from use in most athletics. Examples can include things like anabolic steroids, amphetamines, and growth hormone to name a few.
Depends: On where abcess is and how bad is it.
Meditation benefits: Meditation can certainly improve mental clarity, ability to process and retain information, as well as having many other physical mental and emotional benefits.
Unlikely: While most prudent physicians never say never, the issue with many of these "natural" products and their claims of efficacy are lack of reproducible testing. While there may be many individual testimonies of certain benefits from herbs and supplements, they have either not withstood the rigor of well controlled randomized trials or even ever been tested.
NoIf well controlled: Diabetes is a sever metabolic disease, effects every organ and system, fortunately, due to advances in diagnosis, treatment (and prevention of early on set) virtually any person can perform normally, unfortunately advanced disease due due to delay, due to organ failure. Will not be able to go to work that is the proof also most of them will choose early retirement.See 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: Unless there is a large consumption and you have a large distension of the stomach. Remember that water is probably the best for rehydration. Sports drinks probably have a place for extreme performance. Things like marathons, ultra endurance races
No: That's something coaches make up to keep you from dropping from the team over a girlfriend. If it were true, the National Football League would enforce celibacy. That being said, many relationships consume a great deal of time and emotional energy, and if sports and school are also important to you, it will be a balancing act.See 1 more doctor answer
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Yes: I have seen this hundreds of times. It is closely related to diet, the fuel that enables your brain to function properly--- comonest cause is "sweet junk", maybe just between meals. An article from japan recently reported beriberi (vit b1 def) in a group of adolescents------- from soda pop!
What do doctors think is the top pain medication that I can take that won't affect physical performance?
NSAIDs: Anti-inflammatories or nsaids are probably only medication to not impede in physical performance. All other medicines will have side effects, sedation, dizziness, fatigue, etc than may impede your abilities. This advice however should be given to you by your doctor who had performed an examination and knows your health history as any medicines can affect you adversely.See 1 more doctor answer
Should I take a shower in cold water after I work out and exercise vigorously? I heard that it could help my performance and strength.
Studies Show....: Studies show that there are some beneficial therapeutic effects of taking a cold shower after exercising. Even better, is to alternate between cold water and warm water while showering. It seems that there is a faster reduction of metabolic waste products as well as accelerated decrease in the muscle inflammation caused by exercise.
What do doctors think of the recent discovery of the glymphatic system? What are known ways to improve the performance of that organ system?
Interesting: That's why I like medicine, there are always new things to discover or re-evaluation of things we thought we knew. Glymphatics have to do with the nervous system. Nervous system health advice includes the things that are good for general health (eat right, exercise, sleep, minimize stress) and USE of the brain.
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