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Lifestyle

Our lifestyle section covers a wide array of conditions, including: motion sickness, weight loss and smoking cessation.

Here at Treated.com we supply several solutions for those who are looking for effective stop smoking medication, or are seeking medication to help them stay healthy on holiday. We also provide solutions for those looking to buy safe and effective weight loss treatment.

  • UK prescribers
  • 24 hour delivery
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  • Alopecia

    Alopecia is a term used for a number of hair loss conditions, including male and female pattern baldness, alopecia areata, telogen effluvium (psychological trigger hair loss) and anagen effluvium (hair loss from treatment, for example, chemotherapy). 

  • Altitude Sickness

    Altitude sickness is a condition where the body has difficulty adjusting to lower oxygen pressure, and symptoms such as a headache and dizziness result.

    1. Occurs in high altitudes from 2500 metres (8200 ft) above sea level
    2. Serious symptoms can result in some cases
    3. Can be treated with prescription medicines
  • Angiotensin II receptor blockers

    There may be a number of factors in the development of high blood pressure, but lifestyle is thought to be the most significant cause. 

  • Antacids

    Antacids help to neutralise acid in the stomach, and take effect within a few hours of consumption. 

  • Antimuscarinics

    Urinary incontinence can be divided into four categories: stress incontinence, urge incontinence, overflow incontinence and total incontinence. 

  • Antiplatelets

    Typical risk factors for treatment with antiplatelets include obesity, smoking, liver problems, cancer and heart conditions. 

  • Back pain

    Back pain may vary in severity, and can indicate serious conditions. It can be chronic in nature, and require assistance from a physiotherapist. 

  • Bloating

    In most case, bloating is caused by dietary factors, but if there is an underlying condition, this will need to be treated. 

  • Body odour

    Treatment for body odour typically consists of taking preventative measures and making changes to your lifestyle. 

  • Fatigue

    Some forms of fatigue can be addressed by implementing lifestyle measures, whilst others may require a more extensive treatment plan.

  • Halitosis (bad breath)

    Halitosis, or bad breath, is when an unpleasant smell stems from the mouth, usually triggered by poor hygiene or an illness. Lifestyle choices, such as smoking, and eating certain foods, can contribute to its development. 

  • Headaches

    Headaches don't usually require specific treatment, and tend to resolve themselves. Certain self-help measures can help to address them. 

  • Knee pain

    Short term treatment for knee pain often involves rest, taking painkillers and physiotherapy. Longer-term treatment may require more extensive physiotherapy. 

  • Malaria

    Malaria is a serious illness transmitted through mosquito bites, which tends to be most present in warmer or tropical regions. Preventative medicines can help travellers to reduce their risk of being infected with the disease.

  • Motion Sickness

    Motion sickness (sometimes referred to as travel sickness) is a condition which many people experience when they travel by certain means of transport.

    1. Anyone can be affected
    2. Treatment is available
    3. Taken before a journey commences
  • Palpitations

    Palpitations are often triggered by cardiac arrhythmias and are usually intermittent in nature. 

  • Plantar Fasciitis

    Plantar fasciitis is when the plantar fascia (tissue that stretches from the heel to the middle bones of the foot) becomes inflamed. It is triggered by overuse and repetitive strain, and is prevalent among athletes. 

  • Pulled Muscle

    A pulled muscle can occur when a muscle is stretched too much or torn. It's common amongst people who play sport, and warming up prior to exercising, and cooling down following it, can stop the muscles from tightening, which makes them more susceptible to injury. 

  • Sprains

    The RICE procedure (Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation) and the HARM procedure (Heat, Alcohol, Running, Massage) are used to treat Grade 1 and 2 sprains. 

  • Stoma Care

    A stoma enables urine or faeces to be collected outside of the body, following an opening being created in the abdomen. They are usually implemented as a consequence of the development of bowel cancer, or for an inflammatory bowel disease where treatment hasn't been successful.

  • Stop Smoking

    Giving up smoking is tough, but not impossible. Those who feel like they need help can find it here. Our pharmacy stocks branded smoking cessation treatments such as Zyban and Champix.

    1. Over 60 percent of smokers start before the age of 18
    2. Most smokers tend to be in their 20s
    3. Zyban and Champix can make quitting easier
  • Tendonitis

    Tendonitis is inflammation of the tendon, which is typically triggered by exercise. Swelling and stiffness are symptoms, but it isn't usually serious. Physical exercise and weight-bearing activities should be avoided, and rest taken, to recover from the condition. 

  • Testing Centre

    Order your home test kit online, and collect your sample at a time that suits you. We offer both lab-analysed tests, and kits which can give you your result at home in minutes.

  • Thiazides

    Thiazides are part of a group of medications called diuretics, and are available in tablet form or as a liquid suspension. 

  • Tinnitus

    Tinnitus is a perceived ringing or buzzing in the ear that isn't actually present in someone's surroundings. It may be subjective, and so only heard by the person with the condition, or objective, in which it's audible to a doctor upon examination. 

  • Tiredness

    Tiredness is a very common feeling that everyone experiences. If it persists however, it can be indicative of an underlying condition that may require treatment. 

  • Topical anaesthetics

    Anaesthetics work by desensitising an area of the body. Topical anaesthetics are often used to numb parts of the skin prior to a minor procedure.

  • Vitamin D

    Vitamin D plays an important role in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in the gut. We produce it when our skin is exposed to sunlight.

  • Vitamins

    A deficiency in any vitamin can result in severe health consequences, and vitamin supplements may need to be used where required.

  • Weight Loss

    Obesity is a significant health issue in the UK, affecting around 25% of adults. It is a major contributor to heart disease and diabetes.

    1. Being overweight can lead to serious illness
    2. BMI of 30 or above indicates obesity
    3. Treatable with Xenical and Orlistat
  • Wind (flatulence)

    Flatulence is the result of excess gas in the intestinal system, which can be treated by making lifestyle changes or addressing an underlying health condition.

It’s a well-known fact that quitting smoking isn’t easy. But luckily, prescription treatment can help. Smoking cessation medicine Champix works by offsetting cravings and making the act of smoking less pleasurable for those trying to give up.

Some people may find it difficult to lose weight on their own. In some cases, diet and exercise may not be getting results, and being overweight or obese might be putting someone’s health at risk. Those with a BMI or 27 or over may be able to find additional help in the form of prescription weight loss treatment. These work by reducing the amount of fat taken up from food in the gut.

Vitamin D is vital for the maintenance of healthy bones and muscles. We offer supplements to help prevent deficiency through our secure service.

During minor skin procedures, such as laser hair or tattoo removal, or prior to a blood test which involves a needle being inserted under the skin, topical topical anaesthetics such as EMLA can be applied to help to reduce discomfort.

If you’re going away travelling, or about to take a long trip, then you’ll want to make sure that you’re prepared. For those who are susceptible to travel sickness, treatments are available through our online service which can help to stave off symptoms such as dizziness, and the need to be sick.

Travellers heading to locations where malaria is present should take extra precautions before they travel, and speak to their doctor about the antimalarial treatments available. People trekking to high altitudes should make sure they are prepared too, and speak to a doctor about treatments which can help to relieve altitude sickness beforehand.


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