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Asana Recovery is an up and coming detox, residential, and addiction recovery center located near the coast in Orange Country, California. It is managed and operated by some of the most experienced and accomplished addiction treatment professionals in the industry. Asana Recovery’s treatment program, the “Asana Way”, is licensed, certified, and CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited. The program is focused on providing personalized and comprehensive treatment plans for men and women in recovery. The Asana Way is a forward-thinking approach to addiction, pairing traditional and alternative methods, serving clients with compassion while providing structure, and practicing values in work and in play.
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The Recover offers reporting on trending news topics about addiction and mental health. A team of experienced journalists write non-bias news about major health news issues. A New light for moms struggling with postpartum depression has surfaced Tuesday. The Food and Drug Administration has finally approved its first drug aimed directly at treating this condition, called Brexanolone, or Zulresso. Brexanolone is a miracle because it is a synthetic form of the hormone allopregnanolone, a progesterone derivative, in it. Typically the hormone increases during a women’s pregnancy and then depletes rapidly after the woman gives birth, a primary reason for why most women develop postpartum depression. “This can potentially transform women’s lives and that of their families,” announced Dr. Steve Kanes, chief medical officer of Sage Therapeutics, the Cambridge, Mass., biopharmaceutical company that developed Brexanolone. “It’s not just the mother who suffers when there’s postpartum depression. It’s the newborn. It’s the other people in their family.”
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So, how exactly does the Sunday Morning Hero Kit A.K.A. The Hangover Helper Kit work? The secret lies in the use of Dihydromyricetin (DHM), a favorite herbal ingredient of health experts and many in Asia clinically proven to counteract the effects of alcohol on the brain and liver after a night of drinking. DHM, along with the right combination of electrolytes and water soluble vitamins lost during the consumption of alcohol combined with the help of Willow Bark Extract (nature’s Aspirin) and a small amount of caffeine is the last cocktail you need after you finish drinking or the next morning to recover! View ingredient label? Just mix the powder portion in 16 ounces of cold water and drink it after a night out or the morning after along with the 2 capsules. By balancing your body’s electrolytes, eliminating alcohol’s toxic by products to your liver and brain and vanquishing that headache you’ll be able to stop dehydration, headaches, and other hangover symptoms in their tracks fast! A must-have for busy professionals and college students alike, The Hangover Helper gives you the freedom to enjoy your nights without jeopardizing your busy mornings. Need more info? See our Science section or check out what our customers are saying below....
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FHE Health is one of few, if not the only treatment center, which combines the diagnostic tools of mental health professionals with Ketamine Infusion treatment in Florida. Our mission is to provide personalized, high-quality care for people suffering from afflictions where ketamine Infusions have proven to be a successful treatment option. We recognize ketamine treatments are only one part of a patients recovery and for a patient to truly be successful we develop an individualized treatment plan which includes a complete psychiatric evaluation to fit your personal needs. History of Ketamine An organic chemistry professor working for Parke Davis Laboratories first synthesized ketamine in 1962. Within four short years, ketamine was being patented as an anesthetic for animals and humans. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, under President Richard Nixon’s administration, approved ketamine as an anesthetic for humans. It was quickly implemented during the Vietnam War as a field anesthetic for American soldiers. In addition, veterinarians began using ketamine as an anesthetic and sedative for domesticated and wild animals. Ketamine’s psychoactive properties made it a favorite of illegal drug users in the 1970s. A dissociative anesthetic causing hallucinations when taken in larger than normal doses, ketamine was used in alternative psychotherapies at the time, along with psilocybin and LSD. Both psilocybin and LSD have since been banned from psychotherapeutic use. However, it is still legal for doctors to use ketamine for non-anesthetic purposes. How Does Ketamine Affect the Brain and Body? What is ketamine used for?Ketamine blocks (antagonizes) NMDA receptors in the brain, and in high doses produces anesthetic, hallucinogenic and dissociative effects. When administered in low doses, ketamine exerts an antidepressant effect that is still not fully understood. Some recent studies seem to indicate ketamine may work as an antidepressant by inhibiting a part of the brain called the lateral habenula, or the “anti-reward” center of the brain. Ketamine’s anesthetic and analgesic properties result from antagonism of NMDA receptors preventing sensitization of certain neurons. The desensitization of neurons interferes with the transmission of pain signals coming from the spinal cord. Additionally, ketamine reduces nitric oxide production in the bloodstream. Nitric oxide is a gasotransmitter implicated in the perception of pain. Ketamine also increases heart rate and blood pressure by stimulating the sympathetic nervous system. In about two in 10 people given ketamine, nausea and vomiting may occur. All individuals taking ketamine experience minor bronchodilation which increases airflow in and out of the lungs.
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