While many vitamins, minerals, and herbal products have documented benefits, not all supplements are proven to be safe or effective, or created equal. Before taking any supplements, it’s important to know the facts—learning more about regulation and labeling can help.
If you have allergies, just the idea of being outside might cause sneezing, itchy eyes, a stuffy nose, or an annoying cough. Maybe the meds that are supposed to prevent all those symptoms leave you drowsy or irritable—or don’t help at all. Either way, it can be enough to keep you inside with the windows closed.
Prescriptions, over-the-counter (OTC) medications, and supplement products can play a crucial role in managing health conditions and helping us feel better. Yet, they can also be complex and confusing. Whether you’re taking something new or reflecting on what you’re already taking, asking questions is an easy way to help you find clarity.
Your body functions at its best when it has the right amount of essential nutrients. While our diet and environment can provide us with most of what we need, sometimes we may use a little help from dietary supplements.
When life gets stressful, where do you feel it the most? Is your stomach in knots? Is your heart racing? Maybe you get more headaches, or your neck and back tense up.
These are signs of one important thing to remember: Stress affects your body. That means it also can affect how your body uses medications.
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