A fever. Cough. Fatigue. Sore throat. New loss of taste or smell. By now, we’ve all learned to stay on guard and watch for the common symptoms of COVID-19.
Although COVID-19 is regarded as a respiratory disease, it can have a wide range of effects throughout your body: including effects on your brain.
In light of this, the National Institutes of Health recently announced the launch of “NeuroCOVID,” a database designed to track neurological symptoms associated with COVID-19.
Serotonin is a hormone associated with mood regulation and well-being, but its functions go far beyond that.
Countless research over the last few decades has linked serotonin to regulating stress, long-term memory recall, sleep, digestion, blood pressure, and body temperature.
The hormone has also been critical to furthering the understanding of various neurological, behavioral, and emotional conditions, such as depression and migraines.
Spoil Me is a local store and cart in the Springfield Mall run by sisters Krishna Persaud and Rose Maleene that specializes in jewelry, accessories, and body piercings.
Among their fine collection is the best, most hidden gem of all: Persaud’s ability to cure migraines with an ear piercing.