Tag Archives: INOFEM

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    All You Need to Know About Your Menstrual Cycle

    Despite experiencing it for most of our lives, our period and menstrual cycle can sometimes remain fairly mysterious to us. Often the level of discomfort and pain make us question what is “normal” while social taboos and just plain embarrassment can make it difficult for us to ask questions. The truth is, women are significantly …

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  • Combating Acne

      Combating Acne can be achieved in several ways, but it is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition. As many will most likely know, it causes spots and pimples, particularly on the face, shoulders, back, neck, chest, and upper arms. Acne can be a highly uncomfortable and humiliating condition. Even though most of us go through …

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  • All You Need to Know About Infertility

    Infertility can be shattering for many people. For a lot of couples, it can be crippling to find out that they’re unable to conceive children of their own. It’s not uncommon to feel like a victim. All those days growing up, dreaming of having a family of your own. This is not the end though, …

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  • Insulin Resistance

    Being insulin resistant completely affects your way of life. What a lot of people don’t seem to understand it that it can have a detrimental effect on your day to day activities. Insulin resistance is the driving force that leads to type 2 diabetes and results in an utter lack of energy. When the body …

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  • Stress and Anxiety

    When you experience stress and anxiety, it can literally have a crippling effect on your disposition, causing your body and mind to shift gears into overdrive. This, in turn, weakens your functionality, clouding your judgment and making you feel physically ill. Anxiety is a direct reaction to stress. Have you ever felt so stressed that …

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  • Scratching The Psoriasis Itch

    What is psoriasis? Firstly, Psoriasis is non-contagious. It is a chronic skin condition that produces plaques of thickened, scaling skin. The dry flakes of skin scales are a result of the skin cells overproducing at a rapid pace. The increase of skin cells is triggered by inflammatory chemicals that are produced by white blood cells called …

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  • Premature Greying

    We immediately associate going grey with getting older or being old. Why do we do this? According to most studies, on average, men start greying by the age of 30, and woman at the age of 35. This means that for over half your life, you’ll most likely be grey. Most people who start greying …

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