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Anorexia is the fear of gaining weight or becoming fat to the point that the patient refuses to eat until they get too skinny to die. This is a psychiatric condition and there had been too many medicines developed to treat it. Treatment often involved trying to change the person’s perspective about themselves and showing them that they are not fat. Anorexia is most common in women than men. According to studies, social media is one of the common reasons why women often suffer from ...
Decriminalized in 23 states of the United States Medical marijuana has been decriminalized in 23 states of the United States. People who reside in these states can apply to be part of their medical marijuana program for the treatment of certain illnesses, including arthritis. Listed below are some of the things that make medical marijuana a good treatment solution for arthritis: Made up of several chemical compounds Marijuana has been used as an efficient pain reliever for several ...
Medical marijuana has recently been used to help treat glaucoma alongside other medications and treatments such as eye drops. Glaucoma is a medical condition of the eye which is due to an excessive amount of pressure. This condition can eventually lead to blindness and out of the four million people in the United States that have glaucoma, half of them don’t know about it. Glaucoma It was said by the World Health organization that glaucoma is the second leading cause to blindness. ...
In the past, Fibromyalgia has been considered a disease that is “only in the head” of the people suffering from it. Fibromyalgia used to be described as a condition that is psychologically-induced, meaning the patient feels it without any reason because the doctors cannot find the reason behind the painful feeling that the patient is experiencing. Not until today!A new study confirmed that Fibromyalgia is indeed a disease characterized by fatigue and muscle exhaustion, joint ...
What made us say that cannabis can treat opioid addiction? Our basis for this is the fact that since marijuana has been legalized in 23 states, opioid use in the said states has decreased considerably. In fact, since it was legalized, opioid overdose have decreased to more than 25% in these states. The good thing about is that more and more doctors are now believing in the positive effect of medical cannabis in reducing withdrawal symptoms of opioid use.  What we know about medical ...