This is a great Pharmarcy in my area they are the best I have ever seen,feel free to patronize them there Costorma service is best of all time.abiodun nofiuOctober 11, 2021
Doris AtandaMarch 17, 2021
My experience with them was a very good one, the pharmacist on duty took her time to attend to me, answered all my questions and ensured I was satisfied before leaving the premises........ I always love patronizing u guys.Perpetua OyekezieMarch 16, 2021
A perfect place for all your pharmaceutical needs.Kennedy AsonyeMarch 16, 2021
Omobolaji AtandaMarch 15, 2021
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Alawode TosinMay 4, 2020
I love Hugies pharmacy because of their professional approach to customers and standard practice. You get the best hands and quality drugs at Hugies pharmacy Igbogbo.Advert BoardMay 4, 2020
Great qualitySeun Aina-ScottApril 22, 2020
Protein Shakes and Multivitamin Drinks are sold in this Pharmacy. Injections, Antihypertensives, Antidiabetics etc. Interestingly you can check your weight, Blood pressure and some other tests for FREE.Tope SomuwaMarch 17, 2020
Get enough sleep: Regular bouts with insomnia may not only leave you feeling fatigued during the day, but also leave you vulnerable to illnesses, including colds, flu, and other infections. Long term, poor sleep also has been shown to increase the risk of other health problems, including obesity and diabetes. The body uses sleep as a means of healing itself, says Scott Berliner, president and supervising pharmacist at Life Science Pharmacy in New York. When we don’t get enough sleep – or reach the deeper stages of sleep – healing is impaired.It’s hard to measure exactly sleep’s protective effect on the immune system, and researchers don’t know precisely how sleep improves immunity. Like antioxidants, sleep may help reduce oxidative stress, which then stops cells from being weakened and harmed. But “clearly, sleep – at least seven hours a night – is associated with increased resistance to infectious diseases,” says Polsky.
Practice stress management: When your body is under constant stress, you’re more vulnerable to everything from the common cold to major diseases.Chronic stress is linked to heart disease and hypertension, and it can also have an effect on white blood cell function, Polsky says.“When I speak to people about lifestyle changes, I look at what they can do to manage their stress, whether it be meditating – maybe exercise is their form of meditation – whether it be spirituality of a religious nature. It really doesn’t matter,” says Berliner.
Don’t abuse alcohol or use recreational drugs: Drinking a moderate amount of alcohol appears to have some health benefits, such as lowering your risk of heart disease. Using recreational drugs, including marijuana, has the same effect on white blood cells, weakening your immune system.
Strengthen relationships: Research shows that people with close friendships and strong support systems tend to be healthier than those who lack such supports.