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Adrenal Fatigue – Yes It’s a Thing

Adrenal Fatigue

Adrenal fatigue is a collection of symptoms that appear when the adrenal glands are functioning below their optimum levels. It comes under many names: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, non-Addison?s hypoadrenia, sub-clinical hypoadrenia, neurasthenia, adrenal neurasthenia, and adrenal apathy. The most common precursor to adrenal fatigue is prolonged stress. When chronic stress …

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Karen?s Weight Loss Journey A Positive Change Fitness


In July of 2012, Karen came to Dan, owner of APCfit (A Positive Change Fitness) after struggling for years with her weight. She was at a crossroads with not only just her weight but also her health. She was taking cholesterol medicine and her doctor had just prescribed her a …

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Pregnancy Optimal Care


Pregnancy results in many physical changes. Some of these changes include loosened ligaments secondary to relaxin hormone release, increased urination secondary to increased? volume, emotional instability, skin pigmentation changes secondary to increased melanin production, delayed gastric emptying secondary to increased progesterone, shortness of breath and reflux secondary to? elevated ureteral …

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Success vs. Dream

Success vs Dream

I had to change my definition of hope because never giving up was killing my soul and stealing my light. We?ve all had those dreams we?ve wanted our whole lives. The dreams we?ve worked very hard for. The dreams we maybe even paid lots of money for. The dreams we …

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It?s a Brand New Year IS IT THE SAME OLD YOU?

It?s a Brand New Year

By Christy Parks Have you ever asked yourself why it is so hard to keep New Year?s Resolutions? One reason may be that they are not realistic, or that you had no clear plan for reaching them in the first place. Many New Year?s resolutions may be more of a …

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New Solutions For ADHD

New Solution for ADHD

The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that five million children in the United States have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). That?s about five percent of all children. While ADHD is most commonly associated with childhood, studies show that up to 70 percent of children with ADHD continue to have …

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Top Myths of Addiction

myths of addiction

By Arturo C. Taca, Jr., MD | Diplomate-American Board of Addiction Medicine | Diplomate-American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Medical Director- INSynergy 1. Addiction is a choice. FACT: Addiction is a complex but treatable disease that affects brain function and behavior. The American Society of Addiction Medicine defines Addiction as …

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Make Your Holidays ?O!? So Marrier

Make Your Holidays ?O!?

Have you lost that lovin? feeling? Ladies, would you really like a better, more satisfying sexual experience as a gift for the holidays? What about your sexual drive? Has it slowly declined over time or did it suddenly diminish? Whether you?ve suffered from vaginal damage due to childbirth or have …

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