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Articles by UHN Staff

High Cortisol Symptoms

Although a stress-induced increase in cortisol secretion is beneficial in the short-term, excessive or prolonged cortisol secretion may lead to high cortisol symptoms. Cortisol is a vital hormone produced and secreted by the adrenal glands. Cortisone is released in a rhythmic fashion, with levels peaking in the morning (to help … Read More

10 Possible Foods That Cause Kidney Stones

If you're looking to control kidney stones, it's important to look to your diet. There are several foods that cause kidney stones. Several foods are known to contribute to their development. Top Foods That Cause Kidney Stones Beets Tea Spinach Rhubarb Animal protein Nuts Wheat bran Too much sodium Chocolate … Read More

Serotonin Deficiency Symptoms You Can Identify Yourself

What is serotonin? It's is a powerful brain chemical that profoundly affects your mood, so knowing whether you're deficient is a key first step to overcoming troubling mood and impulse control problems. Having one or more of the eight serotonin deficiency symptoms discussed here will be a strong clue that … Read More

Natural Remedies for Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common sleep-related breathing disorder, affecting 3 percent to 7 percent of the population. In obstructive sleep apnea, the airway narrows and/or collapses, and individuals stop breathing for brief, repeated periods throughout the night. This causes reductions in the body’s oxygen levels and disrupts normal … Read More
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