Have you been thinking about medical cannabis treatment, but you aren’t sure where to start? Perhaps you have questions about how medical cannabis works, or maybe you’d like to know whether it’s right for you. Continue reading
Most of the time, sexually-transmitted infections (or STIs) have no symptoms. So, testing is the only way to know for sure if you have an STI. If you’re sexually-active, it’s important to get tested regularly — especially when starting a new relationship. Continue reading
Medical cannabis is growing in popularity – and for good reason: it has been shown to treat a wide–range of ailments with the same efficacy as conventional pharmaceuticals, but without the dangerous side effects.
Research shows that medical cannabis can be an effective treatment for a range of mental health issues such as depression, anxiety stress, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). As an increasing number of patients use pharmaceutical-grade cannabinoid treatments, more evidence will come to light. In this blog, we look at its benefits just for mental health treatment.
Some symptoms can be confusing. Sinus congestion or a sore throat, for example, may lead many people to believe they are experiencing the onset of a cold, flu or perhaps, even a bacterial infection. In this blog, we’ll look at some commonly-misinterpreted symptoms so you better understand what they mean, how they might be treated, and what prevention methods you can apply. Continue reading
The Cayman Islands may be a small community, but we are fortunate to have a number of mental health resources available here. Support groups, top-notch medical centres and a healthy arts ecosystem are helping people to manage depression, stress, anxiety, PTSD and a host of other mental or emotional difficulties.
You may be a CrossFit king, a yoga queen or simply someone who likes to stay healthy through exercise. Unfortunately, everyone’s body has limits. Sometimes we cross these limits in our exercise routines – and that’s when injuries occur.
Do you regularly take alternative or complementary medications such as vitamins and minerals, herbal treatments or essential oils? If so, you should tell your pharmacist. Such products – no matter how natural – could interact with your prescribed medicine even if you’ve not had any previous problems. Continue reading