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Prednivite | Reduce Prednisone Side Effects?

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Prednisone an corticosteroids are used all of the time in treating inflammation. If your normal NSAID’s don’t work,  most doctors won’t hesitate to prescribe Prednisone. ( other names for this type of corticosteroid include: medrol, dexamethasone, deltasone, orasone, liquid pred, and many more.)

The good and the bad is that there are many side effects associated with prednisone such as bone loss, weight gain, moodiness, agitation, irritability and many more. Lucklily it has been around for many years and is very well studied and documented. There is very little the medical comunity doesn’t know about prednisone.

I have personally been on and off of prednisone for years and get corticosteroid injections on a regular basis. When I ask doctors about side effects they usually give me the same old spiel…avoid salt, take calcium, get a lot of sleep etc… You know the drill! At my last visit my doctor recommended that i look into a supplement called Prednivite which is made specifically to reduce the negative side effects of prednisone.

I immediately purchased a few bottles and within a few weeks starting seeing results. If you are taking prednisone or just want a high quality supplement with nutrients that you need anyway, it may be worth a try.

Enthesitis.org | Cortisone – Common types

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Common Types of Corticosteroids

Corticosteroid is a common name for the collection of hormones which have a Cortisone-like process. They’re man-made steroids that simulate the process of cortisone. Cortisone is developed naturally in the human body and is required in regulating soreness, thus coping with injuries. Thus corticosteroids aren’t the same as other anabolic steroids. Corticosteroids are have an anti-inflammatory function and are widely-used in the medication of many illnesses such as asthma, eczema, allergic reactions, arthritis, colitis as well as kidney diseases.
Corticosteroid drugs – including cortisone, prednisone and hydrocortisone – have amazing potential in the remedy of a number of conditions, from breakouts to lupus to asthma attack. But corticosteroids also have a risk of negative effects. Using the services of your medical professional, you can do something to reduce these side effects in order that the benefits of remedy outweigh the hazards.

Corticosteroids are prescribed under many names including, but not limited to: orasone, prednisone, medrol, decadron, hydrocortisone, prednicin-m, dexamethasone, kennacort, fludrocortisone

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