This is why silent treatment never works

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Medical Specialists Pharmacy explore the catastrophic health risks of alcohol abuse

Bury, Lancashire (PRWEB UK) 1 August 2014

Its been a long, stressful day at the office, and for many people this means one thing having a drink to unwind. Maybe a few pints at the pub with work mates is appealing after a gruelling day, or perhaps a few glasses of wine in the evening each night with a meal is how others choose to relax.

One or two drinks each evening may seem innocent enough and simply a customary part of ones evening. After all, there is no harm in kicking back with a few beers each night after work right? Wrong

There are multiple hidden dangers of long-term alcohol consumption, and what seems like a few harmless drinks every night is actually disastrous for the body both inside and out.

Everybody knows about the staggering number calories contained in most alcoholic drinks. Simply put, those who consume alcohol are consuming empty calories with no nutritional value.

It may be shocking to learn that just a single glass of wine contains around the same number of calories contained in four cookies, and a pint of lager is roughly as calorie-laden as a slice of pizza.

For the heavier drinkers, it will be frightening to learn that the NHS Livewell websites alcohol page states that just drinking five pints of lager each week can tally up to 44,200kcal over the course of a year or eating about 221 doughnuts. This may go some way to explaining Homer Simpsons rotund belly. After all, the Springfield native has a penchant for both beer and doughnuts!

It is suddenly easier to understand the role alcohol plays in the increasingly problematic UK obesity crisis and why the health problems linked to being overweight or obese are costing the NHS over

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Tennessee Pharmacist Robert Harshbarger, lll Recently Spoke at Junes Health Symposium in Kingsport, TN

Kingsport,TN (PRWEB) July 04, 2014

Performance Medicine (Dr. Tom Rogers) and Custom Compounding Centers of America hosted The Truth about Testosterone in association with June being Mens Health Month. The mens health gathering was standing room only and was held at 109 Jack White Drive, Kingsport, TN on June 24, 2014. The public was welcome.

There were several notable speakers who covered various mens health topics; for example: exercise, nutrition, and hormones, which all play key roles in total health. Men dont have to feel like they have been sentenced to feeling like they barely exist due to lack of energy, low libido, and/or depression just to name a few symptoms. I tell my patients we are all guilty of doing nothing; this is the worst thing they can do for their future health and it places them in their own personal prison. We have medical knowledge, studies and information available to help men that we didnt have in past years. We offer a wide variety of nutritional supplements and compounded medications to treat different patient situations, stated Robert Harshbarger, Pharmacist.

According to the American Diabetes Association, as many as 13 million men in the United States may have low testosterone levels and more than 90 percent of them are not being treated. Among those men, some 70 percent report having trouble maintaining erections, a condition called erectile dysfunction, and 63 percent report having a low sex drive.

Testosterone is a steroid hormone that helps regulate sperm development, maintain muscle mass, and boost energy. Both men and women have it, but men produce about ten times more of it than women. Low testosterone is sometimes known as androgen deficiency syndrome; androgen is the term for the male sex hormone and testosterone is the main sex hormone for men.

State and federal healthcare costs have risen in monumental amounts as our overweight and aging population continues to grow and all the cost that goes along with it. This is a real problem that we need to deal with starting today. Its a Win/Win for men; they will look, feel and have better odds of a long life and healthier outcome. I feel passionate speaking to patients about precautionary measures they can take and I get charged up when I counsel patients about lifestyle,” said Dr. Harshbarger.

About Custom Compounding Centers of America:

Custom Compounding Centers of America is locally owned and operated and has proudly served the

Tri-Cities, TN region for over 24 years. CCCA has the knowledge, experience and resources, which include a state of the art facility, that are elite in the industry. CCCA has been making patient specific specialty medications and servicing thousands of patients both locally and nationally over the years. Robert (Bob) Harshbarger, Pharmacist concluded, We strive to set new standards of excellence for our patients and physicians, thats our commitment. For more information visit

About Performance Medicine:

Dr. Tom Rogers is a national speaker for male hormone replacement; he promotes healthy lifestyles to his patients through his passion for fitness and nutrition. He has a fellowship from the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, and has practiced medicine in the Tennessee region for over 28 years.

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