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Response posted by william90 5 days ago: Eat well sleep well and work what you love be consistent with above things....I promise you'll be healthy and happy for a life time.
Answer posted by RussellWilson 5 days ago: I guess you are suffering from an anxiety disorder. You need a counselor more than a doctor. Stay around positive people, read good books and practice yoga or meditation.
Response posted by BrentFoust 2 weeks ago: Stress has negative impact on the body. Stress can increase the risk of developing various health ailments such as depression, diabetes, asthma, Alzheimer’s disease and obesity.
Answer posted by eujenny 3 weeks ago: Concentrate on eating “real” food—whole, fresh foods that people have been enjoying for millenniums—rather than modern processed foods. Commercially prepackaged foods and fast food from chain restaurants usually contain high levels of sugar, salt, and fat, which are ass ...
Response posted by Dennis_Rodrigue 8 weeks ago: Ask your family doctor, or any financial adviser, health adviser to guide you on this. If you can borrow some money from your close ones and update your health insurance this may also work and later you can return your friend money.
Response posted by Edward_Branch 8 weeks ago: Visit to the health insurance office near you and have a talk with insurance adviser, He/She may suggest you to opt the EMI payment modes or else some new idea. Unless you don't talk with concern person you won't get proper solution.
Answer posted by BrentFoust 9 weeks ago: If taking antidepressants like Lustral are not helping, visit a counselor. Counseling sessions might help to manage your mental issues. You can also ask your physician to prescribe you another antidepressants
Response posted by BrentFoust 9 weeks ago: Chronic ingestion means consuming a substance for a long time. Chronic ingestion of certain harmful substances can be life threatening. Visit your doctor and take appropriate treatment.
Response posted by Jewels Vern 10 weeks ago: The trouble with moral arguments is a person is never going to change his mind because of somebody else's arguments. A dedicated vegetarian will die rather than eat something he perceives as being a meat product. Even if he is wrong.
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