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What Is Smart Medicine Supple
Likely unknown: Diet plans that are not studied with good scientific research cannot prove they have the benefits they claim. That means they can say many things, and the "customer" testimonials can say many things, but their claims are just claims. There's little or no proof that their claims are true, unless there is real, scientific research. ...Read more
What are some good alternatives to caffeine that will increase focus without the gittery side affects. Do you recommend any "smart drugs"?
Try tea Or cocoa: Theobromine, caffeine and theophylline are the main stimulants in tea. It has a similar affect as caffeine but usually you don't get the jitters. Theobromine is the most prevalent stimulant in cocoa. It doesn't give you the same jittery feeling as caffeine but still will keep you up. Try a hot cup of cocoa. Try not to make it with a lot of sugar to avoid the sugar rush and crash. Good luck! ...Read more
I have a 7 year old son with high-functioning autism. Is it smart to put him on a drug to improve his behavior?
Meds can help...: ..A lot! autism manifests in various forms, probably has various causes, & is extremely complex to treat. Behavioral & social interventions are important, & increasingly psychoactive medications play an important role. These meds need be carefully selected & titrated for the individual, possibly addressing such features as anxiety, anger, mood, hyperactivity, etc. See a true expert& get the right rx. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes it does but -: Maybe in ways you may not have thought. Understanding problems may come more readily and so may solutions because you are quick to get the ideas that mental health diagnosis and treatment are based on. That makes sense. What doesn't make sense is how many very intelligent people have mental disorders and either don't know it or believe they are immune to such a thing & don't do anything about it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there any risks of using a smart phone for many hours a day ? If so what are they ? Is there anyway to mininmize them?
There is no..: ...Firm consensus on this yet, with many claiming there is no evidence of harm and many citing increasing amounts of research showing harm. The way to minimize the risk is to get the thing off the side of your face. Use a hands-free device that emits a fraction of the radiation, or hold the thing at least an inch off your head and *not* up against your ear. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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