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regular/reg·u·lar/ (reg´u-ler) [L. regularis; regula rule] normal or conforming to rule; occurring at proper or fixed intervals.
noun A term used in the 18th-century US for a physician who practised “heroic” medicine.
adjective Referring to well-ordered bowel habits.
regular(of plant structures) exhibiting RADIAL SYMMETRY.
Patient discussion about regular
Q. I am a regular beer drinker. I am a regular beer drinker. I drink 3 cans of beer every day in the morning. Every alternate day in place of water I drink beer and especially when I am very thirsty, I drink even more beer than usual. Recently I have insomnia due to guilt as my wife has been very patient with my beer drinking for the past 14 years. I feel stressed out because of my guilt feeling and with less sleep. I feel like leaving my wife as I feel guilty every time I look at her. It has been very difficult for me and I would appreciate any suggestions which would make me feel better.
Q. I am very fond of keeping my body fit, so I do regular exercises. I am very fond of keeping my body fit, so I do regular exercises. But regarding my diet should I eat before or after exercising?
Q. If I take vitamins regularly – does it help me to loose weight? Some one at work told me that if I want to loose weight I should eat a balanced diet, so can I take multivitamins instead and still loose weight?
the advise about the Choline- 9 times out of 10 you have much more then enough Choline in your body.