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Traveling with Diabetes

Traveling with Diabetes: 7 Steps to Know Before Stepping Out from the house

Vacation season is already here and it’s time to plan a getaway with your friends and family. But before you step out, make sure to consider your diabetes. According to diabetes expert David Kerr, MD, FRCPE, nearly 10% of diabetic patients tend to experience problems while traveling.

The Link Between Anxiety and Obesity

MTHFR has been implicated in a variety of physical and mental health problems, including blood clots, heart attacks, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, cancer, chronic pain, migraines, neural tube defects, and recurrent miscarriage. Those with MTHFR also have a higher risk than the general population of developing an anxiety disorder.

Those with MTHFR need to be aware of cardiovascular risk factors that make blood clots,

Nootropic Stacks

Nootropics are substances that give you brain power. They are called smart drugs because they can improve concentration, increase the brain’s functions, help people to have long-lasting memories, and benefits the cognitive functions overall. Read more about them in this link here.

But when nootropics are stacked with each other, the effect double or triple.