Friday, February 16, 2018

Sneezing Facts and Fiction

Why do we sneeze? Dr. Joseph Mercola explains and also reveals why we should not stifle sneezes.
The tickle at the back of your nose lets you know that within seconds you’ll be sneezing. A sneeze is also called a sternutation. This explosive release of fluid and air from your lungs, mouth and nose is involuntary and many times your body’s response to irritants in your nasal cavity. Read more

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Hypnosis for Migraine Relief

Hypnosis is not simply an entertainer’s trick to please and amuse audiences, nor is hypnosis magic. Subjects are not under a spell or in the thrall of the hypnotist who puts them into the trance. Hypnosis is an interactive process between the hypnotist and the subject. When hypnosis is used for therapeutic purposes, it is called hypnotherapy.

Friday, February 9, 2018

4 Pre-Meal Tips to Improve Digestion

If you sometimes suffer from indigestion, try these four pre-meal tips before resorting to medication.
When you finish a meal, you want to feel satisfied and not bloated, gassy, or have to rush to the bathroom. If eating makes you feel uncomfortable after you’re done, that’s clearly a problem. There are a variety of reasons why a meal would make you feel poorly, such as food intolerances or even a digestive disorder. But oftentimes, it is our eating habits that lead to side effects post-meal. Read more

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Meal Planning for Active Diabetics

Being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes is a life-changing milestone in a person's life. It usually requires a change in lifelong habits. Exercise is recommended for anyone to stay healthy, but for diabetics, it is even more important. Exercise not only can help maintain an ideal body weight, it also helps to control blood sugar levels. However, active diabetics need to take extra care and precautions to make certain that they are getting enough fuel for their bodies so that their blood sugar does not drop dangerously low.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Beer Protects the Brain, Study Claims

Drinking two pints of beer a day cuts Alzheimer’s risk - but six can cause it.
QUAFFING a couple of pints of beer a day boosts the brain and cuts the risk of getting Alzheimer’s, a study claims.

Scientists say a small daily tipple reduces brain inflammation and flushes out harmful toxins. Read more

Friday, February 2, 2018

Vitamin D an Inexpensive Alternative to Heart Drugs, Say Scientists

Scientists have discovered that vitamin D repairs and prevents damage to the heart caused by diabetes and high blood pressure.
Vitamin D is an 'inexpensive solution' to drugs as scientists discover the sunshine supplement repairs and prevents damage to the heart caused by diabetes and high blood pressure.

The sunshine supplement stimulates the production of nitric acid, which is involved in regulating blood flow and preventing the formation of blood clots, according to the first study of its kind. Read more