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Narcolepsy is a sleep disorder characterized by the instability of sleep/wake transition patterns. Symptoms commonly seen in people suffering from narcolepsy are daytime sleepiness, muscle fatigue, even paralysis while sleeping and hallucinations. People with this condition typically struggle with the inability to sleep for long periods of time. As well as weight gain and obstructive sleep apnea. Narcolepsy can lead to negative psychological consequences such as safety driving issues, including high risk of being in a motor vehicle accident while driving. Narcolepsy can also effect schooling performance if you are a student. Your doctor will suspect the diagnosis of narcolepsy...
Do you suffer from fatigue? Are you irritable, depressed, anxious, or panicky? Do you feel cold or hot when others don't? Are you forgetful or have problems focusing? Do you have sleep problems? Are you struggling weight gain? Are you listless? If you answered "yes" to some or all of these questions, it's very likely that you have a thyroid issue. Dr. Arem recommends the following 10 steps for anybody striving for optimal thyroid wellness. Dr. AREM'S 10 STEPS TO THYROID WELLNESS 1. Balancing your thyroid hormones It is a good measure to test your thyroid hormone levels and receive...
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. With thyroid disease on the rise, more and more Americans suffering from fatigue, depression, anxiety, sluggishness, and stubborn weight gain are asking themselves “Could it be my thyroid?” Although they may not always be right, it would certainly not hurt to get it checked as thyroid disease is so underdiagnosed and misunderstood. Knowing this, I feel it would be of tremendous value to present research-backed information on the thyroid and heart connection. Being aware of your health risks is...
Did you know that regardless of the trigger or triggers of your weight gain trend, you will end up having major changes in your body that will perpetuate your weight gain? • Your fat burn hormones such as leptin and thyroid hormone become inefficient at burning fat leading to sluggish metabolism • You start having insulin resistance • Hormones and chemicals that regulate your appetite become imbalanced