When it comes to your fibromyalgia, supplements may have some limited benefits but standard medication is still the way to go. I will present common medications that are used for fibromyalgia and if they are things we should be actually be taking.
Natural methods of managing shortness of breath can make a huge difference in how you feel, but sometimes the only way to take care of dyspnea with medication. Here are 10 medicines you may encounter in dyspnea treatment to treat the underlying disease.
Most people don't suffer side effects of statin medications. But for those who do, cholesterol lowering diets can make them work, just not in the ways you might expect.
When suffering through your chronic insomnia, many medications are available but can also be linked tolerance. Fear not, there are a number of great OTC pills to consider that will not lead to the same type of dependence.
When you suffer migraine, it can be hard to find the right treatment. Here, we explore the huge variety of medications and therapies that could help ease your migraines.
On many prescription labels you will see a warning against consuming grapefruit whilst taking that medication. This has been a hot topic for many years now, and the list of medicines that are affected by grapefruit has grown.
Women are 50-75% more likely to experience side-effects than men taking the same dose of medication. Here we find out why that is, and look at the drugs that affect women differently.
An experimental genetically engineered medication that works completely differently from other drugs for HIV holds out hope for HIV-positive people who are on salvage therapy.
Selective serotonin reputake inhibitors (SSRIs) such as Prozac and Luvox sometimes work wonders for depression, but sometimes they don't work at all. For some people the answer to depression is controlling depression, sometimes with very simple drugs.u
Parts of the United States are experiencing an epidemic of opiate addiction, with many turning to heroin as a cheaper substitute for opiates like Oxycontin. The problem is not, however, just a moral issue. The need for pain relief is in part genetic.