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It is very easy to get overwhelmed when in college, but if you know how to take control and pay attention to your health, you can succeed without risking your wellbeing. The goal of this website is to help you find the path to health success. When you succeed in being healthy, you will have an easier time succeeding in school.
In order to fully understand the best way to use CBD oil, let’s first look at what CBD oil is and what it isn’t. CBD is only one of the 60+ compounds found in cannabis and belongs to a class of molecules called cannabinoids. CBD is not psycho-active meaning it does not contain enough THC to give you the euphoric affect you get when you smoke regular marijuana. CBD oil is currently being studied to verify the medical benefits that users have testified in favor of for thousands of years. Best of all, the oil contains no risk of overdose.
Now that CBD oil is becoming more available, how do you go about using it? Here we will explore some of the most common and effective ways to best use CBD oil to get the most benefit for your investment.
To administer CBD oil sublingually, you simply place it under your tongue for a minimum of 30 to 45 seconds then swallow like normal. The substance is diffused into the blood stream through the tissues on the bottom of your mouth because the capillaries are so close to the surface of the skin. This method bypasses the liver unlike ingestion of medication swallowed by mouth. This method also allows more of the oil to be absorbed by your body. Typically these oils are formulated with a more pleasant taste compared to traditional medications.
Vaporizors or Vape Pens are the latest rage most commonly used by tobacco smokers. All you do is load the CBD oil into your vape pen and the atomizer does the rest. The atomizer will heat up the liquid and turn it into a vapor which you then inhale.
Food or Drink Additive
CBD oil can be ingested in any food or drink as well. Simply add it in your smoothies, in your soups and even in your brownies. It will not alter the taste of the item you blend it with. Mix with another oil first if you are adding oil to your recipe, then make sure you stir or blend it well to spread and incorporate it fully into your food or drink.
Since the human body absorbs 90% of what it comes in contact with, applying CBD oil topically is another viable application method. Simply place a few drops on the skin nearest the area you wish to treat and rub it into your skin just as you would with a lotion.
As you can see, there are several methods for taking CBD oil to address your medical issues. Look for organic and solvent-free products when you do your shopping – most offer cbd free shipping as well. Don’t be afraid to experiment with recipes or add it to the different liquids you drink.
Alcoholism is a chronic disease. Many people face it everyday. More than 18 million people in the U.S. alone suffer from alcoholism, often unknowingly to their friends and family. It is a severe disease with many symptoms that need to be treated.
Symptoms and Signs of the Disease
There are various symptoms and signs that can pinpoint those who have the disease. People with alcoholism actually crave alcohol. They constantly feel as though they want and need a drink. The disease also leads to a loss of control. Once someone with alcoholism starts drinking, they cannot find the will to stop. They feel like they need to keep drinking continually. This leads to a strong tolerance for alcohol. It takes a lot more for an alcoholic to feel drunk than it does for someone who rarely drinks. This means increased drinking and further symptoms. Those who drink regularly will become dependant on alcohol. Without it in their system, they will experience signs of withdrawal. This includes sweating, dizziness, and shakiness.
Behavioral issues may come into play. Those who have not yet had alcohol and feel they need it may become agitated and aggressive. They may suffer from anxiety and discontent. They may also show compulsive behavior and become self-destructive.
Causes of Alcoholism
People do not set out to be alcoholics. It often starts with a drink here and another there. It then gradually develops to a drink each day, and then a few each day. A chemical balance changes in the brain, leading to the addiction. The regular use of alcohol can lead to an addicting feeling of wanting a drink each day. Eventually, the problem exacerbates and leads to complete alcoholism. The disease is also known to run in families. This means a parent who suffers from alcoholism is more likely to have a child that suffers from the disease as well.
Treating alcoholism, or any type of addiction, is not the same as treating a medical disease. It takes a lot of work and patience for any party involved. The treatment typically starts with going through withdrawal. The process may be painful, but the body needs time to detox from the alcohol. All alcohol must leave the system. Rehabilitation is a valid option, as it allows people the time needed to get away from alcohol and learn how to cope with being around it. Counseling and support groups are also ideal.
Medications may also be prescribed. Some medications work to improve health issues related to the overuse of alcohol. Others are meant for fighting the addiction. Naltrexone, for example, is a medication that helps block receptors in the brain that associate alcohol with a good feeling.
Alcoholism is a serious disease that requires time to treat. There is no one treatment that will work to cure the problem indefinitely. Instead, alcoholics will require treatment for their lifetime. Counseling, support groups, and anonymous meetings are all available to help provide the support one needs to stop drinking.
Staying healthy in college is challenging. You’ll be forced to stay up late to finish assignments, wake up early to attend class, and when you’re living in a dorm, eating healthy meals can be difficult. When you’re worried about passing your classes and keeping up with your activities, finding the time to hit the gym or eat a good meal can quickly get brushed to the side.
Your health is incredibly important, especially when you’re in college. With sharing a room with a stranger, using a communal bathroom with an entire floor, and exposed to the dining all instead of your parent’s kitchen, your immune system is given a challenge. There are germs everywhere, and if you’re not taking control of your health, they can quickly get you sick, keep you from attending your classes, and make you put on the “Freshman 15.”
We know that taking care of your health while in college may seem like it isn’t a priority. You have so many other things to worry about, and when you’re faced with going to the gym or the library, the library can seem much more important. But you shouldn’t need to choose between your health and your education.
We’re here to help prove to you that you can maintain and even improve your health while you’re in college without jeopardizing your classes, time in the library, or grades. Here are just some of the topics we talk about:
Food and Dining
One of the biggest challenges individuals have when going off to college is getting proper nutrients from their meals. For many, it’s the first time they’re forced to cook their own meals and grocery shop for themselves. It is also a time when many students do not have access to a full kitchen.
Individuals who live in a dorm are usually only given access to a mini fridge and microwave and will usually be given meal passes to their schools dining hall. While this ensures the student doesn’t go hungry, it also leaves them to eat microwaved dinners, fast food meals, and whatever is presented to them by the school.
We help our readers work within their boundaries to get the meals they need. From understanding the best options at the dining hall to healthy snacks that can be made in their dorm room, we help our readers make the best choices available to them.
Another huge component of staying healthy in college is understanding how to manage stress that comes with attending a university. You’re given a demanding schedule full of difficult classes and activities that require just as much commitment. When you begin to feel overwhelmed and worn thin, your health can decrease dramatically.
We offer stress management tips that allow our readers to better prioritize their schedules, get their work completed, and find the time to relax and care for their bodies. While eating right and exercising is extremely important to our health and wellbeing, it is just as important to allow our bodies to rest and get enough sleep.
There are a number of things college students can do to stay healthy and we have created this website to outline those many changes and strategies. You have enough to worry about when you’re in college, don’t let being unhealthy be one of them.
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