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Swallowing will help to relieve the pressure and yawning can also help. I have always heard that chewing gum on planes keeps your ears from being uncomfortable.
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I have known cases where people smoked the same day and successfully passed the test! As a general rule, the easiest way to pass oral drug test is to stop smoking for one or two days prior to taking the test. Be sure to brush your teeth thoroughly the morning before testing and use mouthwash to clean out the toxins.
Of all the drug testing solutions which employers use, the mouth swab drug test is the most friendly for weed and the easiest to pass.
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Not near as big as mine.
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This question made me chuckle as I too have suffered the wrath of diarrhea after a workout and a long sauna. AND my gym is 1.5hrs from home via subway!!!
Now – I see it this way. As long as you are healthy and do not have diarrhea or gut issues any other time, I do not think it is something to worry about. A typical session in the sauna can last anywhere from 5min to 30min. Within this time you core body temperature can raise itself slightly. Te heart can pump 30% harder and faster. A simple analogy is: when you have a cold or flu, the body raises body temperature to ‘kill off’ any bugs we have in the body. This is followed by fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea – basically a myriad of not so jolly ailments. The sauna, which is raising your core body temperature, could inadventently be tricking the body that you have an infection of some sort. Your body will try to flush out these ‘toxins’ – and what quicker way will the body flush this stuff out…?
Again – as long as you do not have diarrhea any other time, or that you don’t feel faint or nauseous after your sauna session, I don’t think you have anything to worry about. What was said by others before – remain hydrated, have some coconut water, or an energy bar to replenish lost electrolytes (sweating and the ‘shits’ will deplete these salts BIG TIME!) and take a nice cool shower to slowly cool your core body temperature. Just make sure every time you use a sauna make sure a toilet is close by. And keep some baby wipes handy…
Question: I often get quite urgent diarrhea when I'm hot and sweaty | 2016-03-05
Spikes tend to happen if she’s ate a lot of sugar and or is stressing out. If it’s been stuck there for a while I’d then recommend the ER.
I’d suggest some exercise and water. Watch if her blood sugar drops then.
Make sure she washes her hands every time she tests too, makes a big difference.
But personally I have had blood sugar spikes like that and I hated everyone telling me to rush to the ER because it would cost me over a grand for the doc just to tell me “Oh drink some water, calm down and lay off sugar for a couple days”. I had a high blood sugar spike from a stressful birthday. So yeah a lot of sugar involved and a lot of stress.
But that’s just me, if you are too worried about it then visit the ER. I’d think if it sticks and doesn’t go down in a couple days then yeah, if she’s already on insulin then yeah ER is recommended.
I wouldn’t panic. my family comes from a LONG line of diabetes. My uncles blood sugar was 700 one time. No freaking joke.
He went to the doctor a few days later and the doctor told him his blood sugar was just fine. The doctor read like 120 from his test. So its possible if you maintain yourself you can lower your blood sugar and be just fine.
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I can name 15 deaths that has instantly happened in 2 days from that plant since the legalization in Colorado. Granted it’s not the plant itself, it’s the way people abuse it. Yes, bringing suicide and murder rates down, but people are driving high and I have never seen a number of car crashes in one small town then I have in a while.
No the plant doesn’t hurt you, it just makes you STUPID happy. And causes you to do very dumb crap that does cause your death.
The plant can kill you, that “high” feeling you get is lack of oxygen to your brain. That plant instantly cuts off circulation to your brain causing brain damage and possible death. And the reason people turn into morons after they smoke it.
It’s illegal in some places cause children end up smoking it. For some odd reason teens are getting a hold of this plant and it’s sometimes laced and it has caused SO many issues and problems. It is legal again but there is a lot you need to go through just to obtain some. People are still using it illegally.
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My medical insurance has never covered a personal trainer.
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This really depends on two things: The first would be your threshold for pain compared to the importance and the significance of the task regarding this issue. My philosophy based on 4 years of college football, and 25+ years of martial arts training and competition is that there is a big difference between being injured and hurt. An injury prohibits you from practicing and competing in the sport, due to the extent of the injury itself, which would be detrimental to your health, and create further damage to injury, if continued. If you are hurt, you can still practice and compete, but you will be in the mental state of discomfort. It really all depends on you. I have always played and competed while I was “hurt”. For me, it was just mental. I have a high threshold for pain. I believe that “Pain is just weakness leaving the body”.
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You could try some Pepto Bismol or Emetrol if you have it. Or if you have anything like Phenergan, Zofran, or Compazine you could try one of them. If you’re under 18, ask your mom or dad before taking any medications. They know your medical history. I do not.
You can also try slowly eating some soda crackers and sipping ginger ale.
Sometimes the best thing is to just throw up and get it over with, then you will most likely feel better. Your body is telling you that it needs to expel something when you feel this way.
A heating pad may also help with the stomach ache.
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Yes! You shouldnt have to suffer it out. they can give you something for the pain, itch& redness….I forget the name~ but I think its dovenex….dad had it 10 years ago and this cream/ lotion helped sooth his red hot back and sides. might even has something better nowadays. please go and take care of yourself:)
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