Monthly Archives: December 2015

  • Lose Weight Safely and Effectively


    Lose Weight Safely and Effectively With Slimming Aids & Orlistat

    Hi. I wouldn’t say I’m obese but I could certainly do with losing a few pounds. I’ve changed my diet and have started exercising more regularly but I’m not seeing any results. It’s really demoralising so I’m now considering diet pills - which medications would you suggest I try? Thank you.

    Before you start with slimming aids or any form of weight loss treatment, the first thing you need to do is to work out your BMI, or Body Mass Index. Many people these days think they’re overweight because of the size 0 models we all see in magazines and on TV, where in fact, quite often their BMI actually reveals they are at a perfectly healthy weight for their height. Continue reading

  • Burning when you pee? What can it be?


    Burning when you pee? What can it be?

    In 2014, the number of STDs diagnosed in England declined by 0.3% when compared to that of 2013. However, with nearly 440,000 new cases diagnosed, there is still a huge problem to deal with. Of the new STD diagnoses made in 2014, the most commonly diagnosed were chlamydia (206,774; 47%), genital warts (70,612; 16%), gonorrhoea (34,958; 8%) and genital herpes (first episode; 31,777; 7%). Continue reading

  • HRT: The Pros and the Cons


    I’ve recently gone through the menopause and although some of the symptoms have alleviated somewhat, I’m still getting hot flushes and night sweats. I’ve looked into HRT treatments but am non-the-wiser about which ones to use. Any advice or suggestions would be gratefully received. Many thanks in advance.  

    Women's ovaries progressively produce less and less oestrogen in the period up to the menopause, and oestrogen levels in the blood decline as a result. These reduced levels can cause distressing symptoms including mood swings and vaginal dryness or itching, as well as hot flushes and night sweats. Continue reading

  • Sleep Soundly


    Sleep Soundly With Sleep Aids & Sleeping Pills

    Most of us need around eight hours of good-quality sleep a night to function properly – some need more and some less.

    However, for many people, achieving that level of sleep can be extremely difficult. Indeed, research has revealed that up to a third of the adult population in the UK suffers from some sort of sleeping disorder. As a result, more than 10 million prescriptions for sleeping pills are prescribed each year in England. Continue reading

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