1. Low blood pressure A study showed that dialysis patients who took 2 g of fish oil supplements per day reduced their systolic and diastolic blood pressure . Similarly, another study showed that taking fish oil supplements decreased blood pressure among people with high blood pressure and high cholesterol . Though these effects can benefit people with high blood pressure, it can lead to serious problems for people with low blood pressure. Hence, people with low blood pressure should consult a doctor before having fish oil supplements. … [Read more...] about 8 Side Effects Of Having Excess Fish Oil And The Safe Dose To Consume
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On A Final Note… Most foods CAN be healthy when prepared healthily. It is all about the ingredients and way of preparation that decides the health quotient of the food you consume. So, eating your tacos with these toppings is a great way to spruce up your lockdown menu, guilt-free. … [Read more...] about Taco Tuesday: 16 Fun Toppings And Recipes To Make Your Tacos Healthy And Tasty!
Dr. LaChance Adams: Repressed emotions cannot be processed or understood; and emotions carry important information. They tell how us we are relating to our world. If we feel as though we aren’t allowed to have a certain emotion, then we are missing an opportunity to learn. If my child wants to cuddle me and I want to push them away, then this tells me that I need some space for myself. However, if I am not allowed to entertain this feeling or this thought, then a lot of energy will be channeled into keeping them hidden from myself. … [Read more...] about The Part of Motherhood We Hate to Talk About
These biological influences might make it sound like a person can’t help cheating because he or she is at the mercy of their hormones. However, that is not what the research shows. If biology were destiny, then every high-testosterone male and high-estrogen female would be a serial cheater, which clearly isn’t the case. Rather, hormones may make resisting harder, but people have the ability to be self-aware and self-reflective and thus should be held accountable for their own choices. … [Read more...] about The Biology of Relationship Infidelity
Chills Pain, swelling or bruising at the injection site Headache Redness Infection Cough Sore throat Respiratory infections Fever Drooping eyelids Uneven eyebrows Dizziness Anxiety  Dry eyes Excessive tearing Crooked smile or drooling Ringing in your ears Urinary tract infections Burning/painful urination Difficulty urinating When used in large amount, Botox can cause botulism, a form of muscle paralysis - which is usually associated with food poisoning. And in rare cases, one may develop botulism-like symptoms which require immediate medical attention and the symptoms are mentioned below : … [Read more...] about Botox: Uses, Surprising Benefits, Side Effects And Long-term Effects