At Best Supplements for Health and Life, we always strive to bring you the most relevant information to improve your well-being, increase your happiness, and longevity.
The information contained on this site is intended for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis or treatment by a licensed physician. It is not meant to cover all possible precautions, drug interactions, circumstance or adverse effects. You should seek prompt medical care for any health issues and consult your doctor if concerned or have adverse reactions.
We always expect that you will do your due-diligence to find out what works best for you and by checking with your Physician for any possible interactions.
We always try to note whenever possible that some of the herbal supplements mentioned in our posts and articles can make you drowsy, sleepy or might have other possible interactions.
Note: Not all supplements cause drowsiness. But this is why it is strongly recommended that you avoid driving or any other activity that requires you to be extremely alert when using such supplements.
We always recommend the Top-Rated Supplements we've found, by personal experience, to be the Best. But it is always advisable to take the time needed to learn which combination of supplements will work Best for you.
This is why we advise you to start with one supplement at a time. Decide if it has added value to your life. As a precaution, learn if it affected you in any ways that would give you pause in certain functions. Document its Pros or Cons for you. Then try another and do the same.
"Rinse and repeat". "Rinse and repeat". "Rinse and repeat".
Eventually, you will find the Best of the Best that should become part of your daily Regimen.
Because everyone is different physically and mentally, the best combination of Natural Supplements that might work for some, might be different for others.
Yes, prescribed medicines can work for a while. And, in the short-term they may be needed.
But what does long-term chemical ingestion cost the body?
How many times when taking one prescribed medicine does it end up causing unwanted side effects?
Which then calls for another prescribed medicine to fix the last, that then causes even more unwanted side effects?
Which then calls for another prescribed medicine?
How long can the body put up with that scenario and not be harmed?
Finally, while we always strive to give our best advice based on personal experience, nothing written in this article is an alternative to medical advice, and in some cases, psychiatric treatment.
You should always consult with your physician or other health care professional before starting this or any other supplement to determine if it is right for you.