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Rabbit as Emotional Support Animal

There are plenty of options for you if you want to get an ESA. While cats and dogs are never in short supply, you might be considering something else.

Among other popular choices for an ESA are rabbits, which are already a popular domestic pet. Known for being small and quiet, an ESA rabbit can provide immense comfort and joy for their owners. When keeping in mind that all an ESA has to do is be there for the owner, the benefits behind having a rabbit as your ESA begin to appear.

What Is An Emotional Support Animal?

For some patients, an emotional support animal can provide benefits that other forms of treatment are unable to reach. While traditional medication can be very helpful, it is not always as effective. For these reasons, a person can often be recommended an ESA.

Unlike service animals, which are trained to assist their owners, ESAs do not need any sort of special training. An ESA can be an already owned pet that the patient wants to officially designate as their ESA. So if you have a health disorder or ailment, and you own a pet that makes you feel so much better than you normally would, they could qualify as an ESA.

How your pet makes you feel is what qualifies them. If you love your pet, but do not feel distressed when you’re away from them, then they likely do not qualify as an ESA. However, if you feel awful without your pet, and feel immensely better with them, than they can qualify. If need be, a doctor can evaluate your case to determine whether your pet can be a recommended form of treatment.

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Can any animal be an ESA?

For many people, an emotional support animal resembles a dog. In some cases, an ESA could be a cat, or many cats, for those that claim more than one animal. However, these are not your only options for an ESA, and Mango Clinic wants to make sure patients know. Can I have an ESA rabbit, some might ask; a miniature horse, a pig? There are a variety of animals that can qualify to be your ESA, and this includes a rabbit, one of the most popular options outside of a cat or dog.

ESA Rabbit Benefits

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No doubt one of the biggest advantages of having an ESA rabbit is their size. This makes them easy to carry and bring with you, as well as making them easier to play with. The smaller size also means less food is needed to feed them, at least in relative comparison to larger animals. This is part of what makes rabbits easy to take care of.

Being as small as they are allows for rabbits to have a smaller living space. This is not a requirement, however; the size of a rabbit’s living habitat can vary. If you would like for their living space to be confined to the size of a medium-sized cage, you absolutely can, though you will still give them room to roam. On the other end of this is dedicating a whole room to your rabbit, which is also entirely possible. The amount of living space you want to provide to your ESA rabbit is up to you, as long as it is healthy for them.

Some owners allow their rabbits to roam their yard, which gives the rabbit exercise and a natural place to roam. This is important, as the health of your ESA can determine how much they can help you, as well. While an ESA patient is more likely to look after their pet than a regular owner, it is still important to keep in mind how to take care of them. Rabbits are not cats or dogs, so make sure you understand what to do to benefit both you and your new animal companion.

One other benefit of being small is that it makes them easier to take with you. If you live in an apartment, having a small rabbit can save you a lot of space that might otherwise be taken up by an animal. If you’re going on a trip, your rabbit will be less of a hassle than some other animals would be. Not only that, but their quiet nature is sure to not bother nearly as many people as if you had a larger animal for an ESA.

What Is An Emotional Support Animal Letter?

If you live in an apartment with strict animal policies, you will want to consider having an ESA letter. This document will prevent landlords from issuing unfair fees towards owners of ESAs. If you do not have documents backing up your ESA, you could easily be charged more per month or be forced to leave your apartment.

Airlines are already notorious for being difficult, so imagine how problematic it would be to bring your ESA onboard an airplane. If you do not have an officially written ESA letter, airlines will have no problem putting your ESA in cargo or preventing you from boarding your flight. On the contrary, an ESA letter will let you and your animal companion board without additional complications.

How To Get An ESA Letter With Mango Clinic

It can be easy to come across illegitimate businesses online, but Mango Clinic is nothing like those. If you want to get an officially written and signed ESA letter, we will be able to provide it for you. Whether in person, over the phone, or via video chat, we will make sure you speak directly with a licensed physician who can recommend your ESA as a legitimate treatment type. Once you have been approved, your letter will be emailed; you will also receive a physical copy. If you want to make an appointment with Mango Clinic, you may apply here, visit our appointment website or contact us by calling us today at (786) 422-9327.

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ADHD Treatment and Medications: Dexedrine

Mango Clinic Miami can help you get the help you need with your ADHD/ADD treatment and medications such as Dexedrine. We offer a variety of health services for people young and old, whether it’s emotional support animal letters, weight loss, or anxiety. Making sure every one of our patients is in good health and being taken care of is what we strive for. This is why we think it is vital for people to know about amphetamines, what they do, who they are for, and the risks involved, before deciding to be prescribed.

There is a lot of stress that can come our way, whether we are at work or just enjoying a nice time out with friends. The reasons behind this stress or anxiety are not always known to us, and we can become very nervous or anxious due to how we are feeling. Some people have always had these feelings since childhood, and for others, they have only just recently come up in adulthood. It can be frustrating not knowing exactly what is happening, or why we feel a certain way all of a sudden. It can be even more frustrating for those who have always had these symptoms but have never truly confronted a way to take care of them.

What Is Dexedrine?

Among the disorders that can be treated with Dexedrine (or dextroamphetamine) is ADHD/ADD. Known to cause high stress, anxiety, and frustration, ADHD is a disorder that is characterized by an inability to stay calm and focused. Those with ADHD are prone to being restless, wanting to always be doing something active, and having an overwhelmingly difficult time concentrating on any one thing, let alone many things. This can be detrimental to not only the individual with ADHD, but those around them, whether they be coworkers, family members, friends, or romantic partners.

Dexedrine can also help those who are suffering from narcolepsy, which is a sleeping disorder. Its most common symptoms are feeling extremely exhausted throughout the day, as well as wanting to go to sleep multiple times in the day. The most famous symptom associated with narcolepsy is falling asleep during the day or at random points during the day. This is, in fact, a very real symptom of narcolepsy, as one with the disorder could find themselves falling asleep during a business meeting or when being out with friends.

How Does Dexedrine Work?

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You might be curious as to how a drug like Dexedrine is able to work its magic so well. There are much science intricacies at work, but the simplest illustration is that the drug from the amphetamine family; it visits the neurotransmitters in your brain and makes it release dopamine. At its current state, the brain is not releasing dopamine, which causes the brain to be extremely restless, resulting in the symptoms associated with ADHD. By helping the brain release dopamine, activity is actually occurring in the brain, which then allows it to regain its calm, now that it has been granted the activity it was so badly craving earlier.

With Dexedrine, a user is able to regain their concentration, become alert, and once again, stay focused, which can help someone who has ADHD/ADD or narcolepsy. But Dexedrine is not just for people with those specific disorders. If you happen to be having serious trouble staying focused, concentrating, or staying alert, Dexedrine could greatly benefit you. As long as you qualify to legally be prescribed the drug, there is no reason why you could not make an appointment with your local physician to be evaluated. The legality and helpfulness of Dexedrine is a big reason why college students are fond of taking amphetamine-based stimulants, as they are able to stay focused and concentrated in a high-stress environment. While some might think college-aged individuals are mainly interested in the drug recreationally, many will attest that they use it for legitimate purposes.

Dexedrine Risks and Side-Effects

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Dexedrine does provide significant benefits, but there also substantial risks involved that every potential user should keep in mind. The most known among these risks are side-effects, which come with every type of legal amphetamine being sold and prescribed. These side-effects can include nausea, dry mouth, sexual dysfunction, and blurred vision. However, those are only physical symptoms, as there are also psychological symptoms that can come into play. These can include further anxiety and insomnia, as well as delusions and lack of confidence. It may seem odd to consider, but these drugs can negatively impact your mental well-being. If you find your mental health is being adversely affected, tell your doctor.

One other thing to keep in mind is that these drugs are also well known for causing addiction in some patients, which can lead to overdosing on medication. Addiction stems from dependence, which can start with a body’s tolerance for the drug the user is taking. It is possible that, at some point, your body has become so accustomed to the drug that the effects no longer work. Some users might then decide to increase their dosage, which could lead to dependence, meaning you find yourself needing to take the drug more often. Once you find yourself addicted, it can be challenging to stop, and if it goes too far, you could end up overdosing. While this sort of thing does not happen to every amphetamine user, it does happen at a high enough rate that many potential users should be aware of the possible risks.

If you think you are suffering from ADHD/ADD don’t wait, get in touch with Mango Clinic for treatment. Our licensed staff of medical professionals will be able to help you get the right medication you need, what to look out for, dosage amounts, and which drugs are right for you. We understand each patient has their own unique reasons for wanting medication, so we make sure to treat each patient carefully and with understanding. Call us on 786 422 9327 or click here to schedule an appointment online or visit our website today.

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Valium (Diazepam) Overview, Uses, and Side-Effects

What Are Benzodiazepines?

Benzodiazepines are prescription drugs that help people who may be suffering from disorders or ailments, such as anxiety disorder. Diazepam is one such type of “benzo” which many across the country and world take for treatment. Drugs such as diazepam, widely known by its brand name Valium, can be very helpful for so many, but only under the supervision of a licensed doctor.

Mango Clinic Miami is dedicated to helping patients who are both local and from all over the country. We want to make sure everyone has access to life-changing medicine that can improve the well being of everyone who takes them. Our professional staff of licensed physicians can help you with a wide variety of health services, including prescription medication.

There are strong similarities between the various benzodiazepines that exist. Benzos are usually taken by those who suffer from severe anxiety, which allows them to stay more relaxed. While not a permanent solution, benzos are still recommended by many for taking care of one’s ailment or disorder, which can affect anyone of any age.

What Is Valium (Diazepam)?

Diazepam is a popular type of benzo that is more famously known under the brand name of Valium. This specific brand was created in the late 1950s; it was among the top-selling prescription drugs in the latter half of the 20th century. While still popular, it has long since been available in generic form, allowing for more companies to produce the drug and more patients to be prescribed.

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Valium (diazepam) description and uses

Drugs like diazepam work much in the same way as other benzodiazepines. There is a neurotransmitter in the body known as GABA, along with the A receptors, which form the GABA ionotropic receptor. The benzo attaches to one side of where GABA is, which allows for the neurotransmitter to take on a different effect by way of affected receptors. This results in patients feeling the effects that reduce anxiety and produce calm.

Who Is Valium For?

On the surface, diazepam is for people who suffer from anxiety disorders, but it is also used for people who have insomnia, panic disorders, and alcohol withdrawal. In truth, there are a variety of reasons one might want to take diazepam, as a variety of symptoms can be treated with it. Some of these other symptoms that can be treated with diazepam include muscle spasms, restless leg syndrome, treatment from hallucinogens, and even withdrawal from other benzos.

Seizures and related conditions, in particular, can be treated by diazepam in different forms. While the drug is not intended for long time use, it has still been found to be useful for those who have epilepsy. Long term use can result in the body becoming immune to the drug, and this can be highly problematic with regards to patients suffering from seizures.

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As for how intense or severe your symptoms should be, this is not something you should worry too much about. You do not have to be under an extreme situation to be prescribed any type of benzodiazepine. Meet with your local physician and explain to them why you are interested in diazepam, and they will perform an evaluation. If your doctor believes that your symptoms can be treated with Valium, then you will be given a prescription.

This also expands who is allowed to take diazepam, as some may think you have to have some type of disorder. The ease at which benzos can be acquired makes it easy for many who need the medicine to have it. People with severe conditions, as well as others with less severe ailments, are able to easily get a prescription that can change their lives for the better. The drug’s existence in generic form also allows for more people to get their hands on it without restricting it to those who can afford the higher costs of brand names.

It should also be known what sort of person should not be taking diazepam. Certain conditions prevent potential patients from being able to take the drug, and they can vary in severity. People who suffer from glaucoma, hepatitis, sleep apnea, drug or alcohol dependence, or depression are advised from taking diazepam. Women who are pregnant or may become pregnant should also not begin taking benzodiazepines, due to the way the medicine can transfer into the womb.

Diazepam Side-Effects

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Like with many other types of benzodiazepines, diazepam is a drug that comes with severe risks and side-effects. While feeling sluggish and exhausted are among the most common of these effects, there are others which can be more problematic. An increase in depression is one, as is amnesia, which can cause patients to forget things while they’re taking diazepam. This means things that happen during treatment can be forgotten, though things learned before are retained.

One of the biggest dangers involved with benzos is dependence and tolerance, two things that are often intertwined with one another. If you take diazepam for too long, your body can become tolerant; this can lead to a patient wanting a higher dose or not realizing how much they’re taking.

The issue of dependence causes patients to continue wanting more of the drug, which can then lead to overdosing. Getting an overdose from a benzodiazepine is among the most severe and acknowledged risks associated with the drug. A shockingly high number of users of these drugs end up becoming dependent and having an overdose; as many as one-third of all users are at risk.

Since diazepam is not to be taken for an extended period, it is recommended, when it’s time to get off the drug, to start slow. It can be easy for some to become dependent, and a slow start is what helps patients get off the medication safely and securely. You lower the prescription after a few weeks and keep going lower until the patient can safely stop taking the drug.

If feel Valium or any other type of benzodiazepine may be right for you, get in touch with Mango Clinic. Our staff of medical professionals is here to help you understand how these drugs work, risks involved, and which one can work best for you. You can make your appointment by calling 786-391-0269 or visiting our website’s appointment page.


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Types of Dermal Fillers. What Is Right for Me?

There are many ways to take care of your skin and enhance features, which can be done with the help of dermal fillers. Mango Clinic can provide you with the chance to have your life changed for the better with dermal fillers. Our licensed doctors can help you achieve the look you strive for with a variety of dermal filler styles and options that can work for anyone.

What Are Dermal Fillers?

For those that want to enhance their features, dermal fillers are often at the forefront of the choices available. While Botox is a popular form of taking care of wrinkles, fillers are a different sort of procedure. Botox injections freeze cells so that reproduction of skin stops for a time, allowing the skin to remain smooth looking.

Dermal fillers are different because they are not freezing skin; rather, fillers add to the skin it is being injected into. This is why they are ideal for those that want to add volume to their cheeks and lips, as the enhancement allows for these parts of the skin to be filled. The result is a look that can be seen as quite natural, and in some cases, can be more permanent than other comparable procedures.

Types of Dermal Fillers

When it comes to getting a procedure for dermal fillers, there are a few options you can choose from. There is not one universal type that is used by all, and because of this, many filler brands and types exist. Each of them has unique advantages that can benefit a patient over another type of filler. Some are best for lips or cheek; others use materials that can be a better fit for you. The type of dermal filler will be entirely up to you, so make sure you and your doctor are on the same page when it comes to which material is being used.

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Calcium Hydroxylapatite

The name might give it away, but calcium hydroxylapatite is a type of filler that is found naturally in human bones. It is biosynthetically produced, which means no external components (such as animals) are used in the making of this filler. This also makes it very safe, due to it having less chance of producing an allergic reaction caused by external components.

Calcium hydroxylapatite can work best for marionette and frown lines, as well as enhance face cheek fullness and fill volume in areas of facial wasting. Due to its natural origin, it is one of the most natural filler options you can have. It has also been used in other fields (such as dentistry) for many years, proving its worth as a reliable filler type.

Hyaluronic Acid

Among the most famous of dermal fillers is hyaluronic acid, which is extracted from connective tissues in your body, as well as the fluid that can be found around your eyes and in your joints. Since the fluid can be extracted to make suitable filler material, hyaluronic acid has branded itself under many familiar names, such as Juvederm and Restylane.

As one of the most popular types of dermal fillers, hyaluronic acid can be used to treat a variety of lines and facial marks such as skin depressions, crow’s feet, nasolabial furrows (lines on the sides of the mouth), forehead frowns, multiple types of facial scars, and lines across the eyebrows.

Polyalkylimide

Known as a semi-permanent filler, polyalkylimide is biocompatible and does not react too harshly with one’s skin. This makes it an ideal filler, as you do not have to get tested before being injected with it. It’s also a very unique filler, as it develops underneath your skin over time, and you can get a lot of it in just one injection. You can even have it removed, though it is known to be quite effective and reliant.

Polyalkylimide is most used for treating deep wrinkles, such as depressed scars, enhancing cheekbones, and adding more volume to parts of the face affected by aging. Polyalkylimide can also be used for plumping thin lips, providing fuller volume.

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Polylactic Acid

Among the dermal filler types that exist, polylactic acid is unique for not having immediate results. Where most fillers have results that you can see fairly soon after a procedure, polylactic acid takes its time. This is because the filler helps the body create its own collagen, which results in effects that show up over time. Due to this, it can take a few additional sessions for you to achieve the look you want. Polylactic acid is usually used in the lower parts of the face, such as lips, lines, and nasolabial folds. Sculptra is one of the most popular brands here.

Polymethyl-methacrylate Microspheres (PMMA)

PMMA is one of the more permanent options a person has for fillers; it is used for treating deep wrinkles and folds, as well as enhancing the lips. Due to its more permanent nature, you will get fewer injections per session, only requiring more when and if needed. It can take a few months for you to achieve the full results you want; make sure your doctor is very familiar with the procedure before proceeding.

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If you are interested in getting a dermal filler procedure done, contact us at Mango Clinic. Our licensed physicians will be more than happy to help you get the look you are looking for. Visit our website, or phone us on (786) 391-0269 to schedule your appointment today.

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Mango Clinic Miami is able to provide you with the chance to experience the lasting and brilliant results of Botox Cosmetics services. Whether you want to look younger or want to treat an uncomfortable ailment, Botox has proven itself as a useful tool for many doctors and patients alike. Our licensed doctors can evaluate your circumstances, help you understand the right course of action, and provide you with the injections to change your life. Every patient is different, and circumstances can differ, but Botox can help just about anyone feel and look better than ever. Get your Botox injections in Miami at Mango Clinic.

What are Botox Injections Used For?

Botox injections are primarily used for smoothing out wrinkles on the face, most notably lines and creases along the forehead, eye lines, and around the mouth. Aging skin produces marks on various parts of our bodies, which often happen without us realizing it. There are ways to counteract this; if someone starts early enough, they can avoid some amount of wrinkles in their future. However, it can be difficult to avoid any wrinkles, to the point where it is often not worth the effort. Not only that but if a person were to genuinely avoid any lines on their face at all, they would have to stop emoting. So while you are likely to develop wrinkles as you age, the extremity and amount will vary between individuals.

For those who want to make sure their wrinkles, lines, and creases are nowhere to be seen, botulinum toxin stands as a popular treatment in cosmetics. While easy to associate with older women who want to look younger, there is no real requirement that implies you must be older (or a woman) to have the procedure. You can be in your 30s and decide to get some Botox injections; after all, there are no real restrictions on how few or how many injections you get. If you’re younger, you may only want a couple for a few spots; if you’re older, you may want to make sure your entire forehead is covered.

While Botox injections have a reputation for being a cosmetic procedure, it can also be used for more serious medical ailments. Some of these ailments include neck spasms, which causes your neck muscles to contract. Muscle contractions in other parts of the body can also be taken care of with Botox, including eye twitching and cerebral palsy. It can also be used to treat excessive sweating, migraines, and TMJ (temporomandibular joint dysfunction).

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What Does Botox Do to Your Body?

Botox injections achieve their results by essentially putting cells on ice. What this means is that Botox is injected into your body and stops the reproduction of cells that cause the skin to reproduce. If this sounds too straightforward, rest assured that this is what Botox does and why it is so effective. By simply stopping the reproduction of certain cells, Botox is able to relax muscles and skin temporarily. In this way, a user can have smooth skin or be treated for a health ailment that causes them discomfort.

What Are the Long Term Effects of Botox Injections?

Long term effects of Botox can vary between individuals because of the way Botox procedures work. When you go to get a procedure done, the amount of injections is decided by the individual, and this can ultimately determine how long the treatment will last. If you decide on only a few Botox injections, the effects of Botox may only last a few months. This is fairly normal, as most people who get Botox get enough so that it can last between three and five months. However, this also means that, if you intend to get Botox and keep the results, you will have to go back every time it starts to wear off.

Depending on the strength and amount of injections, you can make Botox injections last for much longer than average, which can even mean up to one year. However, keep in mind that Botox is measured by the unit; the more units you wish to have injected, the more money it will cost. If you can afford it, you can get a decent amount of injections to ensure you are coming for touch-ups less often.

What Should You Do Before Botox?

There are a few things one should do before a Botox procedure, with the most vital being your choice of a doctor. You want to make sure that the doctor you choose is someone you can trust, you think is qualified, and will make you feel comfortable during the procedure. Additionally, you want to make sure everything is fully understood between you and your doctor, which means asking all the questions you have and fully explaining what it is you want to be done.

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What Should You Not Do After Botox Injections?

Once you have completed your Botox procedure, there are a few things you should avoid doing. The most critical thing you should do, especially right after a procedure, is to leave your face alone. While you should put ice packs on the injection spots, that is the maximum face involvement you should be having. Do not rub, massage, or otherwise pick at your face immediately following your procedure. Additionally, make sure you take it easy afterwards, which means not doing anything strenuous, taking medications that thin your blood, increase your metabolism, or drinking too much alcohol.

What Are the Side-Effects of Botox?

The most common side-effects of Botox are actually quite normal. For example, a certain amount of pain is normal on the injection spots; redness and swelling should also be expected. Some people think some of these effects are a bad sign that the procedure was done improperly. Most notably, people think that bruising is a sign of a bad procedure when really it’s a regular occurrence that can happen to anyone. It should be noted that some bruising is immediate (occurs within a few hours of a procedure) while other times it can take weeks to show up.

If you are interested in getting Botox injections in Miami, make sure you get it with Mango Clinic. Our staff of medical professionals will walk you through the procedure, options, and help you understand anything and answer any questions you have. You can set up your appointment by calling us on 1(888)578-6704 or visiting our appointment page on our website.

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What Are Benzodiazepines?

Among the many benzodiazepines on the market, clonazepam also is commonly known as Klonopin is among the most popular ones in the United States. This drug is mainly used for those who suffer from seizures and panic attacks, anxiety as well as akathisia, a disorder that produces uneasy body movements. It is an essential drug for these patients and can be a significant form of treatment for those suffering from these various disorders. It is widely used for anxiety treatment.

Mango Clinic Miami can help patients locally and remotely who are looking for health assistance. From evaluations for prescription anxiety drugs to emotional support animal letters, our professional staff is able to make sure you get the treatment best for you. We will help you understand how prescription drugs work, what to look out for, and how they can benefit you, as well as brands and dosage variants.

Benzodiazepines are a type of medication that is often associated with treating symptoms of anxiety. All kinds of people with all sorts of ailments can take “benzos” if they show the related symptoms. All you need to do is visit your local licensed doctor, speak with them about your situation, and get prescribed. This process is also what makes benzodiazepines among the most prescribed form of medicine in the country.

What Is Clonazepam?

Clonazepam works very much the same way other benzodiazepines work, which involves interaction with the body’s GABAA receptors. When ingested, clonazepam binds to receptors alongside GABAA. The drug then changes the flow of the neurons to the brain and all across the body, helping the user relax and stay calm.

Clonazepam requires one dose that takes a few hours to start working; from here, the effects can last between six and twelve hours. Dosage can vary, and you are able to get it in generic or brand form, with Klonopin being the most well-known brand. This drug, like other benzodiazepines, comes in a pill that is ingested orally. The level of dosage and strength of the drug determines how long it can take for your body to start feeling its effects.

Those who suffer from seizures and severe anxiety can find the use of clonazepam to be extremely helpful to their recovery. Along with other forms of treatment (such as therapy), a patient can find true relief with the additional help of these prescription drugs.

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Who Can Use Clonazepam?

Not everyone who takes clonazepam, or any other form of benzodiazepine, has a severe disorder. If that were the case, the use of “benzos” would not be as widespread as it currently is. Many adults who find themselves suffering from overwhelming stress are drawn to these drugs to make them feel better. Even without a disorder, these adults can find themselves unable to properly perform their daily duties without some kind of medication.

Due to how easy it can be to get a prescription, you will see many people who regularly take benzodiazepines for one reason or another. College students are a subset of adults who take these drugs for the sake of staying alert and focused on their studies. It can be a stressful time for students, as well as faculty, which can result in people in these circles taking these prescription drugs to function better.

These drugs have proven themselves as highly capable and helpful for many who take them. Without these drugs, many who suffer from various disorders or ailments would not be able to go about their lives as well as they now do. When used regularly and responsibly, a person who takes clonazepam can live a healthier life.

Side-Effects of Clonazepam

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The benefits behind taking clonazepam are why it is vital to understand the side-effects and problems that can also come with it. Like so many other benzodiazepines, users of clonazepam can face side-effects of varying degrees. Sedation, or feeling very tired, to the point of not wanting to move, is one of the more common effects. In fact, due to how long clonazepam can last in the body (up to half a day), it can make you feel drowsy and tired. If you take it before going to sleep and wake up before it has worn off, you might feel extremely sluggish. That said, it is best to take clonazepam if you plan not to do much immediately after.

There are more significant dangers associated with clonazepam, most of them having to do with issues of dependence. Like similar drugs of its type, clonazepam is known for causing addiction in some users, and can also have serious withdrawal issues. It is not a drug you should be used for too long, and cases have noted that people become dependent after a few weeks. While this does not happen to every user, it happens to enough people with enough consistency. A patient can certainly take it for longer than a month and reduce their dosage over time, but that chance of dependency is still there.

Related to dependency and addiction is overdosing, which is disturbingly common among some users of benzodiazepines. Clonazepam is no exception, and those who take it can suffer an overdose if they take too much. Like any pharmaceutical drug, clonazepam and all other types of benzodiazepines must be taken with caution and under the dosage supervision of your physician.

If you believe Klonopin or any other type of benzodiazepine may help you, contact us at Mango Clinic. Our professional medical staff will provide you with the information you need for making the right decisions for prescription medication. You will be evaluated and discuss your situation with a licensed doctor, who will then make a recommendation as to the best form of medicine for you. Once a medication is decided upon, the dosage will be set that you can take to your local pharmacy. You can make your appointment with Mango Clinic by calling us or visiting our website’s appointment page.

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What Are Benzodiazepines?

One of the most popular drugs for anxiety and stress is alprazolam, better known as Xanax. This is a drug that is used for those who have some type of anxiety or panic disorder, including generalized anxiety disorder. Along with a variety of other treatments, those with an anxiety disorder are able to find their symptoms taken care of with the help of this medication.

Mango Clinic Miami is here to help patients who are looking for new forms of relief. Our professional staff can provide you with the information you need to make sure you are getting the help you need. Through proper evaluations, we can determine together what medicine is best for you, dosage amounts, and what to look out for.

Many people prescribe to these types of medication for a variety of reasons, often having to do with stress and anxiety. Disorders also have much to do with it, as various ailments can be treated with all sorts of medication. A popular type of anxiety drugs is benzodiazepine; popular pharmaceutical medications taken by many are of the so-called “benzo” family.

What Is Alprazolam (Xanax)?

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Benzodiazepines work by binding to receptors in your body that help with treating your disorder. In the case of alprazolam, it binds with GABA receptors, which, when stimulated, provide a relaxing sensation. Alprazolam is then able to produce calming effects courtesy of the stimulated receptors. This is because alprazolam does not merely interact with the transmitters but binds with them, creating effects that last for brief amounts of time.

As it is taken orally, alprazolam is metabolized via enzymes that allow it to work for a few hours before losing its effect. Like nearly any other drug of its type, patients can choose between branded versions of the drug or generic. It is one of the most prescribed drugs in the country, mostly for those who experience varying types of anxiety. The dosage varies and will depend on the person; the dosage can also be changed if needed.

What Does Alprazolam Do?

Patients who have taken alprazolam report feeling much better than they would without it. When taken in regular intervals, alprazolam can be supremely beneficial for all sorts of people. Those with anxiety disorders will find themselves feeling much better. Along with regular therapy, a prescription for alprazolam can help someone with an anxiety disorder live a healthier life.

Naturally, medications like Xanax can also help people who have high levels of stress that do not necessarily have a disorder. Some people who study in college are fond of taking Xanax so that they can stay focused. With symptoms that are sometimes similar to ADHD, alprazolam can be a major help for those having a hard time concentrating. The results are a more alert mind that is less prone to distraction via the stimulation from the benzodiazepine.

Alprazolam Risks

For all the good prescription drugs can do, there are still things to look out for if you are interested. Alprazolam aims to make users feel better and find the relief they need to recover from their disorder. This means many users find the effects of these drugs to be very comforting, and sometimes even euphoric. Since it’s legal, it is easy to see alprazolam as something that’s okay to take regularly, and maybe even abuse on occasion. It’s also not that difficult to call up your doctor and ask that your prescription be increased.

However, these are the sorts of situations that can occur and lead to more severe cases of abuse. Like many other types of benzodiazepines, alprazolam is easy to abuse due to the way it makes users feel. This results in a pattern of dependence, which can lead to serious addiction problems for the user. Due to its legal status and ease of acquisition, drugs like alprazolam have found themselves to be popular and easily taken advantage of in adult circles. It’s also likely that those with less need for alprazolam are the ones overusing.

Benzodiazepines are already easy to abuse and have been a problem in the United States for some time. Alprazolam specifically has proven itself to be among the most abused prescription drugs, one which has lead to many being sent to the hospital. What it comes down to is that many people who do not need alprazolam, or any type of benzodiazepine, are abusing the drugs and finding themselves in medical emergencies. While it does not happen to everyone, it is a risk that must be understood for anyone wanting to get a prescription for alprazolam.

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Why Mango Clinic?

If you are interested in learning more about anxiety treatment as well as Xanax and other benzodiazepines, you can get in touch with Mango Clinic. We have a staff of professional doctors who will be able to fully explain to you the benefits and risks provided by benzodiazepines. After a careful evaluation, our licensed doctors will tell you about the different options available to you. You and the doctor will decide as to which drug is best for you and the amount of dosage preferred.

You can set up your appointment with a licensed MD from Mango Clinic by calling us or visiting our appointment webpage. Treatment for all disorders should be easy to acquire and easy to understand by all. Set-up your appointment today and start feeling real relief.

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Is Hormone Replacement Therapy Right For You?

If you have certain disorders or illnesses, you want to make sure you’re treated well. You also want to make sure your symptoms are well understood and that the best possible options are always provided to you. Mango Clinic Miami is able to assist you with a wide variety of health services, including weight loss, sexual dysfunction, and anxiety. Featuring a staff of professional physicians, we are able to help you both in person and at home, thanks to the benefits of telehealth communication. If you happen to have certain women’s health issues, our doctors can help you understand your symptoms and treatment options. In this article, we would like to discuss hormone replacement therapy and help you understand whether the therapy is right for you. 

 

Menopause hits women eventually, and the effects can range in both what they are and their intensity. Hot flashes are among the most common of side-effects; these can last for seconds or even minutes and can include redness of skin and sweating. Depending on the age of a woman, the extremity and intensity of the symptoms can vary. Moreover, some of these symptoms can be avoided and combated, depending on age and whether or not you have had your ovaries removed.Mango Medical Weight Loss Clinic in Miami

 

Since these effects can be severely problematic, as well as detrimental to one’s normal way of life, there exist ways to take care of the symptoms of menopause. Depending on circumstances, you may not actually have to encounter the common problems associated with menopause. In fact, you have to maintain a healthy lifestyle if you’re in your mid-40s and are not bothered by the traditional side-effects so often associated. However, you may want to look into something if you’re a bit older and these symptoms are bothering you. Even if you have yet to experience full-blown menopause, taking certain medication can prove to be beneficial.

 

One of the most well-known and effective forms of treatment for menopause is hormone replacement. At its core, hormone replacement therapy does exactly what it says in its name: it provides synthetic hormone replacements that the body is no longer creating due to menopause. It’s a relatively common form of treatment and has been shown to be very helpful for many who suffer from the side-effects of menopause. It can even prevent bone loss in some patients, which is helpful since some patients might have reduced bone mass, which makes menopause that much harder to deal with.

 

Of course, whether hormone replacement therapy is right for you depends on many factors. Your age and general health are major factors that can determine whether you can take this type of medication. If you have had any risk of heart disease or cancer, it is generally recommended that you do not take any form of hormone replacement therapy. This is because hormone therapy can actually increase the risk of having heart disease and cancer, as well as blood clots and strokes. One’s own medical conditions and medical history can contribute towards these risks; dosage size can also increase one’s risk.

 

These risks are a major reason why hormone replacement therapy is often paired with progesterone. Unless you had your uterus removed, taking just estrogen on its own can cause serious health problems which are counterbalanced by progesterone. Those who do not take progesterone may experience a different variety of side-effects and a different rate of risks. As always, it is recommended that you speak with your doctor as to whether hormone replacement therapy is the best option for you.

 

Types Of Hormone Replacement Therapy

 

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Which type of Hormone Replacement Therapy is right for you?

There exist two main types of hormone replacement therapy: systemic estrogen and low-dose vaginal products.

 

Systemic estrogen is the most basic and common form of hormone replacements available to women for treating menopause. A versatile drug, it can be taken as a pill, patch, spray, cream, or gel, with each type being recommended depending on each person’s individual circumstance. Of important note, systemic estrogen not only takes care of hot flashes, but also vaginal symptoms, such as dryness, itchiness, and discomfort.

 

Low-dose vaginal products of estrogen are much more specific in their mission. While not being able to help with some of the most common symptoms of menopause (mainly hot flashes and night sweats), these low-dose products target vaginal symptoms while being less absorbent to the body. These products can be used as a cream, tablet, or a ring.

Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy

 

Treating and protecting against the most well-known symptoms may be enough, but it turns out hormone therapy can also help you against other ailments. The risk for different types of cancer, such as colon cancer, can be reduced with the help of combined hormone replacement products. Most notably, hormone replacement therapy can help with protecting the body against osteoporosis; this is a disease that weakens the bones by reducing their mass. Additionally, if you have had your uterus removed, you can take hormone replacements without the need of progesterone.

 

How To Get Hormone Replacement Therapy In Miami

 

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You can get hormone replacement therapy medication by making an appointment with your local physician. They will be able to best help you understand what it is you have, or how severe your menopausal symptoms are. From here they will tell you the best ways to treat the symptoms, which can include hormone replacement therapy. If you decide that this is how you would like to treat your symptoms, your doctor will also let you know of the different types that exist, which can range from pills to gels to sprays to rings. You both will be able to determine the best choice for you, as well as understanding any possible risks that surround the different types of treatment.

 

If you are ready to treat your menopausal symptoms, contact us at Mango Clinic and learn how you can speak with a licensed doctor about getting hormone replacement therapy. You can call us or visit our webpage to set up an appointment. Don’t miss your chance to find true relief and benefits courtesy of hormone therapy. Make your appointment today!


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If you feel as though you’re suffering from clinical depression and would like to see someone about treatment, come to Mango Clinic Miami. We offer services for treating a variety of disorders and mental problems you may be having. Our professional and certified staff can examine and provide you with various options and recommended solutions for whatever mental ailments you may have.

Identifying Clinical Depression

Every day we engage with people, things, work, and various events, we’re likely to experience a swath of emotions. Some things make us very happy, others frustrate us, and we may occasionally get mad or sad. It’s perfectly normal to have a bad day, or to be feeling a bit down, just as it’s perfectly normal to have a day where everything is great and you couldn’t be happier.

Clinical Depression

So what does it mean if you’re feeling sadder than usual? Do you find yourself lacking the energy to do small, everyday things? Are you finding it hard to experience joy in the things that you used to enjoy? Perhaps you don’t want to do things that you normally are able to, or are unable to find the energy needed to complete certain tasks. Maybe staying in bed all day is more appealing than getting up and being even mildly active. Or maybe you’re finding yourself thinking more and more about your failures, that you can’t do anything right, and that your life isn’t going to improve.

While it’s frequently used as an expression to mean “very sad,” depression is a real thing that people suffer from. Being depressed does not merely mean that you’re not feeling well or that something is making you unhappy. Depression completely alters your life and influences how you do things. It’s important to identify clinical depression symptoms since what are known to be serious indicators could be ignored when they actually need serious attention.

Clinical Depression Symptoms

One of the most common symptoms of clinical depression is the alteration of your feelings and emotions. Sadness is one emotion associated, as is hopelessness and pessimism. Apathy is another, as the lack of feeling is a significant trait associated with depression. You may find yourself no longer finding joy in things you previously did, and it may get to the point where your interest in things is no longer there. You may even see yourself feeling more guilty about things and blaming yourself for every little thing, which also contributes to self-loathing.

Depression also changes your physical state in a variety of ways. You might find yourself feeling more tired than usual, which can make you want to sleep more and be much less active. However, depression can also prevent you from being able to sleep well, which can make you have insomnia. This also can lead or be the result of a lack of focus during the day and the inability to make decisions. On top of all this, you may find your diet being greatly affected. You could be on either side of the extremes: eating way too much to cope or not eating enough due to a severe lack of appetite.

Depression can also vary between the sexes and ages. Teenagers, for example, are less likely to express something like sadness if they’re depressed. Instead, they’re more likely to seem frustrated, as well as have physical pains, such as headaches. Older adults can also express their depression, not in their emotions, but in how they feel physically. This can include chronic pain and aches, as well as not caring for their physical appearance and forgetting to take medication.

Common Symptoms of Clinical Depression

Men and women can also exhibit different symptoms. Men with depression are more likely to treat it as general fatigue, which can include being more tired than usual and having problems sleeping. But they can also try to combat these feelings in very self-destructive ways, such as engaging in reckless behavior and even substance abuse, which can include drugs, alcohol, and gambling.

Women with depression are known to have feelings of guilt, sleeping and eating too much, and gaining weight. There’s also postpartum depression, a very serious case that can affect women who just recently gave birth. A mix-up of the hormones in the body are often to blame for this, and it can be a very serious problem for women who may be feeling overwhelmingly depressed after having a child.

Suicide is often linked with depression, as it is the most deadly and frightening symptom. The symptoms aren’t always so obvious either, as these feelings of suicide can take subtle forms. You may act more recklessly or might start giving away your possessions. More obvious signs can include audibly saying you want to die, or that things would be better if you died, as well as feeling like there’s no hope or escape from your problems.

If you find yourself having regular thoughts of death and suicide, then you should absolutely consult a professional, as well as call a hotline (1-800-273-8255). This is the most dangerous side-effect depression inflicts on people, but with the right support and help, it can be avoided. Don’t ever feel as though you can’t get help, because you absolutely can, whether it’s healthcare professionals, friends, or both.

Come to Mango Clinic Miami if you would like to consult with a professional about treating your depression. Our certified staff will be able to examine your situation and provide the best solutions catered to you. Call us or visit our webpage today to schedule an appointment.


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Anxiety affects many people all across the world, but some of them probably don’t even notice. It’s possible whatever symptoms they might have they consider just to be a normal part of their behavior. Or maybe they are aware of some signs but have become used to them. But one can become healthier and better when they know if they have symptoms of anxiety. Mango Clinic Miami can help you find recovery options for your anxiety, as well as help you understand what may be the cause. There are ways to get better, and it starts with understanding the signs and types of anxiety that exist.

What Are the Symptoms of Anxiety?

The signs and symptoms of anxiety vary, though most of them are closely connected in some ways. It’s possible that you could be suffering from more than one of these symptoms at a time.

Restlessness

If you find yourself unable to stand still, it’s possible you suffer from restlessness. This means you have a strange need to be always moving, even when it means being in place. While this symptom is quite common in children and teens who have anxiety, adults can have it, too. It’s one of the more notable signs of anxiety, though just because you’re restless does not mean you have anxiety.

Irrational Fear

Phobias constitute a significant part of anxiety, as it involves having an intense fear of things that, most commonly, does not cause such fear in others. This can include the fear of being late for something, getting hurt, or running into something that will frighten you. While phobias towards animals and insects are common forms, there is also fear of anything involving public or social events or places.

Fatigue/Tiredness

While being chronically tired is not in itself a sign that you have anxiety, it can still count as a symptom. It may not seems as obvious as some other symptoms, but it has been seen in some who do have anxiety. It can occur regularly and be the result of other symptoms, such as excessive stress or panic attacks.

Insomnia

Waking up in the middle of the night and not being able to get to sleep is not so uncommon among those with anxiety. Insomnia and trouble with sleep are then heavily associated with the disorder and can be a severe cause for disruption in one’s daily life. If you have had insomnia in the past (such as in childhood), your risk of anxiety can be higher.

Simple signals could indicate an ongoing anxiety disorder

Worry

Everyone worries about something, but having anxiety means worrying about every little thing. In this specific case, it means worrying so much that it interferes with your daily life and having a high number of triggers for becoming worried. It’s a significant symptom of anxiety, so if you find yourself worrying excessively about everything, you should consult with a medical professional.

Lack of Concentration

Due to how anxiety can make the mind race, it should come as no surprise that concentrating is something some will have trouble with. When combined with the other possible symptoms, difficulty concentrating becomes something that happens as a result. If you are agitated, paranoid, and can’t stand still, you are more likely to be distracted and unfocused.

Panic Attacks

A panic attack (also known as an anxiety attack) happens when you start to sweat, your heart races, and you get into a fight-or-flight state of mind. These attacks are usually out of irrational fear that is all in your head, though they can result in real physical reactions. How long they last varies, but it can be several minutes.

Agitation

Since anxiety causes your body to act as if something is horribly wrong, you might find yourself constantly feeling overwhelmingly frustrated. Agitation is a common sign of anxiety since you will feel extremely uneasy whenever you start getting anxious.

Paranoia

If you’re feeling uneasy and uncomfortable all of the time, it’s likely that you’re feeling a bit paranoid. With anxiety, you may start to worry about your next panic attack, whether something will happen to you, or maybe that someone is conspiring against you. All of this adds to a person’s paranoia as a result of their other anxiety symptoms.

Sickness

While anxiety can lead to your mind thinking about things that cause you to stress, it can do the same to your body. If you’re suffering from acute anxiety, you are just as likely to feel physically unwell in some capacity, whether it’s headaches or stomach sickness.

If you or someone you know experience any of these symptoms, we will be happy to help you find appropriate anxiety treatment at Mango Clinic Miami.

What Are the Different Types of Anxiety?

While a variety of signs and symptoms of anxiety exist, there are also different types of anxiety disorders. Some of these disorders are more common than others, and some others are more specific in what causes them.

Different types of anxiety affect people in a different way

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

As the name says, this is a generalized disorder and one of the most common types; it can be a major disruption to your daily life activities. It involves many of the common symptoms associated with anxiety, such as excessive worry, frustration, agitation, and paranoia.

Panic Disorder

This is when the leading cause of anxiety is primarily tied with panic attacks. This involves having the attack, being in fear of the next attack, and avoiding people and places in an attempt to prevent another attack. It mainly comes down to fear, which brings about panic and can cause the individual not to want to engage with anyone or anything. Anxiety attack symptoms can include increased heart rate, trembling, shortness of breath, and sweating.

Agoraphobia

Also known as social anxiety disorder, agoraphobia is essentially a fear of public spaces, transportation, and events. Anywhere there are people and crowds, someone with agoraphobia is likely to avoid or be in fear of. The fear of embarrassment (being judged by others), feeling trapped (no exits), and being helpless contribute to one having agoraphobia.

Separation Anxiety Disorder

While it is often associated with children, it can affect anyone of any age. The feelings associated with separation anxiety are similar among all age groups, as they involve fear of not being with someone, what might happen to them if they are separated, and that the person they are attached to comes to some harm.

Phobia Specific

Some people’s anxiety comes from a very specific thing, and this often comes in the form of phobias. While agoraphobia has been covered, that’s a bit more general than, say, a fear of flying or a fear of snakes. Anxiety attacks and fear can result if exposed to the things they have a phobia for; avoiding these same things is also common.

Regardless of which types of anxiety apply to you, expert doctors at Mango Clinic Miami will be able to find a way to treat your anxiety, with or without anxiety medications.

Where Can I Get Evaluated for Anxiety?

If you find yourself suffering from any of the described anxiety symptoms for longer than six months, you should seek professional help. Even those who, for a shorter period, find their emotions interfere with their day-to-day lives, should consult with a doctor. Licensed psychologists, psychiatrists, and therapists are best suited for treating someone with anxiety, and they can do so with different treatment forms, from cognitive therapy to prescribed medication.

Mango Clinic Miami can help you find the best treatment options for your anxiety disorder. With the help of our licensed physicians, we can assist you with your individual needs and make sure you get the very best support. You can call us or visit our webpage to schedule an appointment. Don’t let anxiety dominate your life. Schedule your appointment today! Learn more about Mango Clinic on our official web page.

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