The Simple Answer to Better Sex

Submitted by sergey on Fri, 07/08/2022 - 01:05

Sleeping disorders are on the rise.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention surveyed people in 1985 and in 2004, asking how many hours of sleep they got per night.  In just 20 years, the amount of sleep has significantly decreased.  Today, over a quarter of Americans under 65 years old sleep 6 hours or less a night.  It is reported that 50 to 70 million Americans currently suffer chronically from some type of sleeping disorder [1].  On another note, sexual dysfunction affects 43% of women and 31% of men [2].  Could there be a link?

 

Could Milk Make You Deaf?

Submitted by sergey on Fri, 07/08/2022 - 01:04

It may sound funny, but there’s a link between dairy allergies and hearing loss. It’s not just dairy allergies, though. Allergies in general and iron-deficiency anemia could contribute to hearing issues. But the root of anemia- and allergy-related hearing loss? It could be your digestive system.

 

THE BIG QUESTION: INTRAVENOUS VITAMIN TREATMENTS ARE HEALTHY OR NOT!

Submitted by sergey on Fri, 07/08/2022 - 01:03

A new health fad has spread from Hollywood to the general public.  Celebrities who don?t have time to be sick are getting their nutrients and energy from an IV.  Well-known stars like Rihanna, Kelly Osbourne, Miley Cyrus, Mario Lopez and Simon Cowell have been happily reporting that they get their vitamins directly pushed into their veins in large doses.  So is this a temporary craze or a great way to live? 

 

What Exactly is the IV Vitamin Therapy?

 

INFORMATIVE MOVIES YOU MUSTWATCH

Submitted by sergey on Fri, 07/08/2022 - 01:01

Fat Head is a 2009 American documentary film directed by and starring Tom Naughton. The film seeks to refute both the documentary SuperSize Me, a Sundance Film Festival award-winning film, and the lipid hypothesis, a bedrock of nutritional science for decades in the United States and much of the Western world.

HEALTH, MIND AND BODY: STRIKING THE BALANCE!

Submitted by sergey on Fri, 07/08/2022 - 01:00

Many people see psychiatrists and psychologists to relieve their issues through deep conversation or medicine.  But what if it was easier than that?  What if our ?brain problems? don?t originate in the brain at all, but in the body? 

 

Patients with depression and suicidal tendencies are often sent to psychiatrists.  Psychiatrists try to guide their clients through the complexities of their past to find appropriate coping mechanisms for life.  If that doesn?t work, they prescribe medicine to help relieve the patient?s symptoms or issues.  

 

THE KEY TO A HAPPY LIFE: BALANCED MIND AND BODY

Submitted by sergey on Fri, 07/08/2022 - 00:59

Whether you want to crash a plane or you don?t want to get out of bed from depression, there may be more to your feelings than what comes from a troubled past or a monotonous lifestyle.  Our brains are part of our bodies, and when the body is unbalanced or unwell, so is the brain.  Instead of blaming the past or feeling bored from your life, let?s focus on fixing the body.  A toxic body is a threat to your mental wellbeing. Also, a disturbed mind disrupts the course of life, attracting grief.

MEDITERRANEAN DIET AND MEMORY: DOES IT WORKS?

Submitted by sergey on Fri, 07/08/2022 - 00:58

A Diet to the Rescue

 

A Mediterranean diet emphasizes antioxidant-heavy, plant-based foods, especially natural fats from olives and nuts.  It has been recommended for years as a healthy way to prevent coronary heart disease, various cancers and other diseases.  But now, a new study out of Barcelona found that there is a connection between Mediterranean diet and memory. Actually, it improves memory in older people [1].  

 

It?s in the Blood

Submitted by sergey on Fri, 07/08/2022 - 00:55

For most people, when they think about how to ensure their bodies receive the recommended daily allowances of all the vitamins and nutrients that they need, they ponder what foods they?ll be consuming for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.  They do their best to incorporate plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, lean protein, whole grains and nonfat dairy products for a well-rounded, well-balanced diet.  Some men and women may also take supplements to boost vitamin levels even more. 

 

The Secret That?s Making Us Fat

Submitted by sergey on Fri, 07/08/2022 - 00:52

With obesity rates in children three times the number as in the 1960?s (1), scientists and doctors have been scrambling to find out exactly why the numbers have sky-rocketed.  Are there just ?fat genes? that are passed along?  Is it the high-fat, processed diet that has become more popular?  Is it a combination of issues?  As it turns out, the issue is more complex than we thought.  And it involves the body?s microorganisms.