Women and Insomnia

Insomnia in Nutshell

Insomnia Nearly everybody experiences episodes of sleeplessness now and again. It happens to the normal individual about once per year. That is the expense of being human and having the ability to stress over the future and bite over the past. Chronic insomnia, in any case, is set apart by trouble nodding off or staying unconscious, or by getting up too soon. In the event that it takes 30 minutes
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Kick Back, Relax, and Legalize Marijuana

Public support for legalizing marijuana has gained traction and for the first time in the history of the United States. In the latest nationwide survey of 1,501 people polled in mid-March about the subject 52 percent of those surveyed favored making weed legal, and 72% said that efforts to enforce anti-marijuana laws bring more cost than benefit. Medical marijuana available through prescription only gets used to treat a variety of disorders including the loss of appetite,
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Painkillers: An Athlete’s Dirty Little Secret

Prescription painkiller abuse is one of the dirty little secrets of professional sports. It hides behind the scandals of muscle-building steroids. Types of painkillers like Vicodin and Percocet are keeping players with chronic injuries and pain in the game. Athletes are among the most at-risk individuals when it comes to they type of  addiction. The measures taken to strengthen their bodies or recovering from serious injuries introduces this risk while attempting to increase performance. When the rehabilitation period