Does anyone take a supplement for stiffness in joints........always thought Cod Liver Oil was the one to take, but read that it doesn’t help at all. Now finding that I could do with a little help, would like to know what anyone else takes
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Are you suffering from sleeplessness? I am waking every couple of hours I'm not worrying about the virus, all my family are fine so I don't know why I"m not sleeping properly The only plus factor is there's plenty of time for a daytime nap but apparently, that's the worse thing you can do.
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Would like comments from anyone suffering from Atrial Fibrillation.
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I'm sure that there are among our members, some who are suffering fibromyalgia/ME/CFS. I'd like to start a conversation thread. Let's share how we cope as seniors. I'm 64, female and widowed. I live in Somerset. I've had fibromyalgia most of my life. I take a cocktail of drugs for the pain and trouble sleeping, and for my misbehaving bowels and bladder. (If you have this too, you know who you are). I take natural remedies too. I have a part time carer, although thank goodness I am still able to drive my faithful car. Ok folks, over to you! Look forward to sharing.
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Now approaching 70 and have been feeling off colour, had missed heartbeats but I am a very anxious person. Had ECG showing up this Sick Sinus Syndrone. No treatment , only to lose weight and relax more? Can this get better on it's own? I feel low and am worried, but unsure what I can do to self help? Any ideas or helpful comments? Thanks.
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Hello, 6' 193lb 55yr old Male ALT 27 AST 53 Anything I should be concerned about? Thanks!
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My husband went to the GP in October and within the next three months he had MRI and biopsy only to find that he had cancer and in January had an op to remove his prostate. All this happened so quickly that we were a little shell shocked at the outcome. At the end of this month we will be going back for the results regarding the cancer found. I would like to say to everyone out there to get the test for prostate cancer, men, my husband had no symptoms! Ladies enourage your men to go and get it done! Also we cannot fault the treatment we have had from the NHS, the medical staff and their care was excellent.
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Hello! For the past few months, my husband is experiencing some issues related to his prostate. The urologist diagnosed him with benign prostate hyperplasia but gave him no medications for it. He advised him to take some natural supplements that contain palmetto saw, lycopene, and zinc but he refused to recommend him some trustworthy brand. Can someone recommend something to us since we are quite confused when it comes to choosing something? I did find an article online that recommends some of as they say the best products for the prostate. Any thoughts and experiences with those products? Any advice is welcomed. Thank you all
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What things do you wish designers and architects knew when they start health-focused design projects?
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Hi I'm a 58 Year old fit and healthy lady who had keyhole surgery last Friday (13th) to remove appendix and clean up where it had burst. Can anyone give any ideas on recovery time, a week later I'm still sore and find walking painful, I've been told not to drive until I can do an emergency stop and not to lift anything. I'm guessing will be 2 weeks at least until some normal movement returns without pain. Thank you
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