Understanding Semaglutides and Gastroparesis

Semaglutides are a class of drugs commonly prescribed to patients with type 2 diabetes. They work by reducing glucose production in the liver and increasing insulin secretion, which helps regulate blood sugar levels. However, one side effect of semaglutides that has become increasingly prevalent is gastroparesis. This condition causes delayed gastric emptying, leading to symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. In this blog post, we will explore how semaglutides cause gastroparesis and what steps can be taken to manage this condition. Read More 

Five Benefits of Glasses over Contact Lenses

Advancements in technology have made it possible for people with vision problems to have several options to correct it, the two primary ones being eyeglasses and contact lenses. Both solutions are effective, but glasses come with several advantages over contact lenses. While some people prefer contact lenses, many are not aware of the numerous benefits that come with wearing glasses. This blog post discusses the five benefits of glasses over contact lenses. Read More