Using Cannabis to Help with Chronic Illnesses

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    Chronic pain is something that thousands of people deal with every day in the United States. The pain can stem from illnesses such as HIV, Arthritis, Cancer and Chrone’s Disease. In some cases, the pain can be so overwhelming that it becomes debilitating.

    The chronic illnesses often come with other ailments aside from pain. People may experience weight loss, nausea, and mental health issues. These side effects can really take a toll on a person, especially when dealing with the main health issue itself.

    There is something out on the market that has been said to help people with chronic illnesses alleviate the pain they feel on a daily basis. It’s a form of pain management that man

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    The Pain in Your Hips Won’t Lie Know Your Body

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    There are plenty of reasons why it is such a popular notion to pine for the fountain of youth. After a certain point in life, many people will look back at earlier days with a fondness and nostalgia for what they used to be able to do when they were younger. Sometimes, that has to do with attitudes and a general spirit or perspective. Sometimes it is related to the freedom of being independent or having a certain type of job and no one relying on you. And quite often, for many people, it has to do with the physical capabilities.

    As we walk through this life, the going can get pretty tough, and it wears on our bodies. Everything can eventually have an impact on our bodies and the ease of movement we once experienced as young and spry individuals, from repetitive movements and action

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    Indicators of Low Testosterone and the Importance of Seeking Medical Assistance

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    Hypogonadism, or low testosterone, may be experienced by up to 13 million men in the United States. While some men may seek medical assistance for this condition, recent figures show that 90% of men do not.

    How to Know You Have Low Testosterone

    There are a variety of symptoms that may point to low testosterone:

    • Fatigue
    • Hair loss
    • Muscle loss
    • Weight gain

    The Mayo Clinic reports that these may also be signs that point to low testosterone:

      Bone loss

    • Breast tissue development
    • Decreased beard and body hair growth
    • Difficulty concentrating
    • Erectile dysfunction
    • Hot flashes
    • Infertility
    • Mental and emotional changes
    • Reduced sex drive

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