Tag Archives: Sherry Torkos
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Surprising causes of fatigue

If you are dragging yourself through each day, you’re not alone. Fatigue is one of the most common problems that people discuss with their doctors and pharmacists. In her latest blog, holistic pharmacist Sherry Torkos reviews some possible physical energy-draining culprits including food intolerances, iron deficiency and dehydration. She points out that a lack of […]

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Suntheanine recommended for reducing travel-related stress during San Diego TV interview

Holistic pharmacist Sherry Torkos knows that traveling can cause stress. She encouraged San Diego Living viewers to carry products containing the amino acid Suntheanine with them during their travels. Suntheanine helps to promote a state of alert relaxation without negative side effects. “It won’t knock you out. It’s not going to affect your memory. It’s […]

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Radio audiences hear how to avoid sleep aid side effects

Baby boomers fighting insomnia because they have trouble relaxing should try Suntheanine before reaching for over-the-counter medications. “Pharmaceutical products, the prescription sleep aids, [are] addictive. They can affect your short-term memory and cause next-day drowsiness,” holistic pharmacist Sherry Torkos said during a 2BoomerBabes interview. “Even the over-the-counter products [can] contain antihistamine ingredients and for people […]

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Pharmacist explains why Suntheanine may help better sleep

If you’re over age 65, take multiple medications and/or you’ve been diagnosed with a chronic illness such as heart disease or diabetes, here’s why you may want to avoid some over-the-counter medications. Appearing on the nationally syndicated Dr. Steve Show, holistic pharmacist Sherry Torkos, co-author of Saving Women’s Hearts, explained that many of these products […]

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Suntheanine vs. OTC sleep aids: Tampa radio listeners learn how to get better quality sleep

If you think that over-the-counter (OTC) sedatives are safe because they don’t require a prescription, award-winning pharmacist Sherry Torkos has news for you. “The active ingredients in most of the over-the-counter sleep aids are antihistamines,” Torkos said on Senior Voice America’s Health, Wealth & Wisdom Radio. Antihistamines can worsen dry eyes and mouth. These are […]