Friday, July 31, 2015

Essential Oils for Insomnia

If you suffer from insomnia, essential oils may solve the problem rather than just treat the symptoms, according to Raw Michelle.
Tossing and turning without falling asleep can be more than annoying, as even a few restless nights can wreck havoc on your mind and body.

While it is easy to pop a pill in an attempt to find some relief from occasional insomnia, Mother Nature has provided a number of ways to do so without resorting to medications or over-the-counter sleeping aids that could potentially lead to the development of even more disrupted sleeping patterns. Read more

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

High Blood Pressure in Overweight Diabetics

Although high blood pressure (hypertension) is a concern for anyone, diabetics are more likely to suffer from it than others. If you are overweight and diabetic, hypertension can be deadly and lead to a heart attack. As with many health risks associated with diabetes, good control of your blood sugar, a healthy diet, and exercise can help to keep your blood pressure in check.

Friday, July 24, 2015

Natural Breast Enlargement: How to Make Your Gains Permanent

Natural breast enlargement is not something where gains are achieved overnight, so a frequently asked questions is whether the gains are permanent or do the breasts return to their original size after the program is stopped. The answer is that your gains will be permanent as long as you cement your gains once you reach your goal.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Diabetes and Exercise

Exercise can help control your blood sugar levels when you are diabetic. In addition, if you are overweight and diabetic, exercise will help you lose weight. However, as a diabetic, there are extra considerations and precautions that you need to take before you begin an exercise program. Nevertheless, exercise is an important tool in your effort to manage your diabetes.

If your blood glucose level is too low or high, it is better to wait to exercise. You can do more harm than good if you do not. It is particularly dangerous if your blood sugar is low when you begin to exercise. Physical exertion can cause your blood sugar to drop even further which can trigger an emergency situation.

Monday, July 20, 2015

Your Ancestors Didn't Sleep the Way You Do

Segmented sleep is the healthy, natural way of our ancestors, says Edward Group.
Nobody questions the importance of getting enough sleep. At minimum, it’s essential for rejuvenating the mind and revitalizing the body. But, what is enough? And what does it look like? Many people find they wake during the night and wonder if they’re suffering from a sleep disorder or other health issue. While that could be totally possible, it’s also possible that sleep may not be an all-night thing. In fact, historical records, centuries-old literature, and ancient references to sleep are all revealing a whole new way we should be looking at how we slumber. Read more

Friday, July 17, 2015

Vitamin E Found to Destory Cancer Cells

Vitamin E has been found to destroy cancer cell, but only if you take the right version, says Barbara Minton.
Evidence is mounting that humble little vitamin E plays a big role in keeping women safe from breast cancer. Several recent studies have shown it can inhibit the metabolism of cancer cells, leading to their death.

This is excellent news for women wanting to protect themselves against a diagnosis of breast cancer, for those now being treated for the disease, and for those who have had breast cancer and want to avoid a recurrence. Read more

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Managing Diabetes

If you are been diagnosed with diabetes, it's important to manage your diabetes in order to stay healthy and prevent complications from the disease. Managing diabetes is not easy, but there certainly are ways to do it. Proper management of your condition can give you many years of healthy living. Diabetes management starts with a visit to your doctor, finding out that you have diabetes, and then gathering as much information as possible about the disease. The next step is developing the best treatment plan for your condition.