That’s pretty awesome that your previous gym buddy used it! Doing cardio/conditioning work would certainly benefit you for obvious health reasons, but I think that the synergistic effect would certainly start pushing you in the right direction. I have had people who eat reasonable and lift, but are sedentary in the rest of their life, without losing weight. They added some easy cardio throughout the week and it started to change their physique. So I would recommend trying cardio out before you try to change other things (eating habits, calories, macro adjustments).
I have been on estrogen patch for 17
Years after having a complete hysterectomy.. I’m thin 115lbs And was told that I was not storing estrogen well I was put on two patches at the same time. and .05 I have weaned myself down over the years to .025what is the best way to come off of it I’m worried abt my state of mind as I’m
Already a little forgetful ang have a little
Osteopenia in my hips .my doctor said she likes all her patients to be off of estrogen when they are 60 years old there is a mixed data about it calling me a joke but there are other definite side effects that of been proven that the average age of 62 to 63 I will be 60 to September need to know what Avenue I need to come off of this estrogen with little or no repercussions thank you
Hello. I am wanting to get off suboxone fast. I’m tired of being on it and I feel like it is poisoning me. I’m on 16mg per day and have only been on since December, but I feel I have gotten to a point where I don’t want opiates in my life ever again and therefore can go off suboxone without having the worry of relapsing. But I do worry that possibly the pain of coming off could change that…. and I don’t want that to happen. I want to be successful. I’m wondering if the products you suggested are covered at all under benefits or whether I’m going to have to pay large sums for them, because I cannot afford to do that. I’m also wondering if going down 4mg at a time is a way to success. I was advised to go down 2mg at a time but I want this to be faster then 2 months, but not if that means I’m unable to do anything for a month. I need to be able to keep up with my life. I have gotten to a place in my mind where I do not believe this is going to be that difficult and that I can in fact do it, but I want to make sure I’m doing everything I can to be successful as a safety net in case my brain power fails. I’m also wondering if the use of suboxone can affect memory, because I feel like mine hasn’t been as good as it used to be. And in addition, I’m looking for any advise, tips or anything you can offer for help in doing this. I see my doctor tomorrow and am going to tell him to start reducing my dose