Generic Name: ARIPIPRAZOLE - INJECTION Pronounced: (AR-i-PIP-ra-zole) Abilify IM Precautions
See also Warning section.
Before using aripiprazole, tell your doctor or pharmacist
if you are allergic to it; or if you have any other allergies. This product may
contain inactive ingredients, which can cause allergic reactions or other
problems. Talk to your pharmacist for more details.
Before using this medication, tell your doctor or
pharmacist your medical history, especially of:
problems with blood flow in the brain (e.g., cerebrovascular
blood clotting problem (e.g., hemophilia, low
a severe loss of body water (dehydration)
heart problems (e.g., low blood pressure, coronary artery
disease, heart failure, irregular heartbeat)
nervous system problems (e.g., dementia, NMS,
low white blood cell count
Definition Unintentional weight gain is an increase in body weight that occurs when a person takes in more calories than the body needs or uses. Considerations Almost 40% of all Americans are overweight . As we age, our metabolism slows, which can cause weight gain unless we also reduce the amount of food we eat and get adequate exercise. Weight gain can also be a significant symptom of several endocrine diseases such as Cushing syndrome or hypothyroidism. It may also indicate a heart or lung disorder. A continued weight gain occurs with pregnancy, whereas a periodic weight gain may occur with menstruation. A rapid weight gain may be a sign of dangerous fluid retention. Common Causes Alcohol use Certain drugs such as corticosteroids, cyproheptadine, lithium, tranquilizers, phenothiazines, some antidepressants, and medicines that increase fluid retention and cause edema Cushing syndrome Eating too much and exercising too little Emotional factors such as guilt, depression , and anxiety High-carbohydr...
It's August, and that means that tons of calenders are blocked off. It is vacation season: the last hurrah before the kids go back to school; the long-awaited period when we go to favorite or new places. The time to build memories, so let's pack up and hit the road. And while we are away, let's get fat.
Let's have a "too much" vacation. Let's eat too much , drink too much, stay up too late, and lay in a heap on a chase lounge soaking up the sun, being completely inactive too much. Let's return home with 10 extra pounds packed onto our hips that we probably won't be losing anytime soon--maybe never. Let's do that. What do you say?
It doesn't have to be that way. How about we go on vacation, have a great time, take good care of ourselves while away, and return home the same way that we were when we left?
Avoiding Vacation Weight Gain
Plan ahead . We don't hesitate to plan the places we want to go and the things we want to see, so let's take some time and map ou...
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