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Side effects of Insomnia on our health

Posted by on Mar 25, 2017 in Mental health | 0 comments

Good sleep is not much matter of course nowadays. Through long hours and increased use of new communication technologies, the duration of sleep is reduced and deteriorated its quality. It is often forgotten that sleep is an important support for our health. What health risks we expose ourselves when we neglect our sleep? You’ll find out in today’s post. Poor sleep and cancers. Study has shown that men with sleep problems had twice as much Prostate Cancer-Risk than men with healthy sleep patterns. A sleep duration of less than six hours a night is also a risk factor for colorectal adenomas – benign tumors of the colon. Those people who had slept less than six hours a night, showed a 50% higher risk of disease than the control group who got seven or more hours of sleep. Insulin resistance and impaired melatonin production are two main cancer-promoting mechanisms that are activated in chronic insomnia. Melatonin plays a major role in cancer prevention, because it inhibits the proliferation of cancer cells and activates the self-destruction of abnormal cells (cancer cell apoptosis). Poor sleep and weight gain and type 2 diabetes. In a study from 2005, it was found that sleep has a modulating effect on the glucose metabolism. A lack of sleep reduces the level...

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Effect of statins on heart disease

Posted by on Mar 23, 2017 in Wellness | 0 comments

On the one hand include statins to the world’s most frequently prescribed type of medication. On the other hand 2012, two separate studies have concluded that coronary calcification – a known marker of heart disease – is significantly increased when statins are taken. In the following article you will get to know the other, less well-known side effects of statins. Statins contribute to the development of coronary calcification. A new study shows that taking statins is associated with an increased by 52% prevalence of calcified coronary plaques compared to non-users of statins. Arterial plaques are a major sign of cardiovascular disease and increase the risk of mortality. Therefore, anything to avoid what causes the calcification of the arteries and restrict the stretch – Statins appear to fall into this category. In another study was published that Type 2 diabetics with advanced atherosclerotic disease, which frequently statins receipts , a significantly greater proportion of coronary calcification showed as people taking statins less or no income. Furthermore, in a subgroup of participants who received no statins initially found that the progression of both coronary calcification and abdominal aortic arteriosclerosis significantly increased was when they started with the statins. Diabetes is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, which is why many diabetics need to take a statin...

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GcMAF – new hope for a healing and harmless anti-tumor therapy

Posted by on Mar 21, 2017 in Health | 0 comments

The conventional tumor therapy has been in existence for many years of the individual steps surgery when the tumor is operable, and then chemotherapy or radiotherapy. Despite an enormous amount of research in the field of combating cancer not have improvements in practice in this very stressful for the patient treatment regimens were achieved. In recent years, however, represent an immune supportive therapy seem out to open new cures. The above-described conventional treatment of tumors is undesirable from the...

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Cholesterol is an important brain nutrients

Posted by on Mar 19, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

It is repeatedly emphasized in the media, how harmful is too high cholesterol to our health. But when it comes to brain health, nothing is further from the truth than that. The Framingham Heart Study, a large long-term study has proven that high cholesterol is associated with health and brain fitness. The role of cholesterol for our brains: Acts like a brain antioxidant Is a precursor for important, the brain supporting elements such as Vitamin D and the steroid...

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Office work: a sedentary lifestyle can be caused illness.

Posted by on Mar 17, 2017 in Health | 0 comments

The sitting for long periods isn’t conducive of our health as we all know . But how can we move more if we exercise an office job? Even small but regular exercise units could have a positive effect. But what and how? We give you practical tips for more movement in the office that will support your health. Sedentary lifestyle promotes the formation of unhealthy white fat. In concrete terms, the risk to our health with a lack of...

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Mitochondrial disease – this is a new disease?

Posted by on Mar 15, 2017 in Mental health | 0 comments

Mitochondrial diseases are, which originate in the cells: The mitochondria, which are tiny cellular components that are primarily responsible for energy production in the cells do not function properly. There are several reasons. The medicine knew for a long time only the inheritable mitochondrial disorders that are caused by corrupted or altered genes. Today they are called mitochondrial disorders “primary mitochondrial disorders”. They usually appear early in childhood with symptoms of massive especially highly energy requiring organs revealed (nerve...

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Stress should never be ignored!

Posted by on Mar 13, 2017 in Mental health | 0 comments

We all experience stress at times and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Because stress has its advantages: it gives us energy and concentration when we are facing a challenge, it is when we have to defend ourselves, or just have a very tight schedule. Stress only becomes a health problem if he no longer wears off and people are living in a chronic heightened state of tension and anxiety. Health risks associated with chronic stress. Adrenaline, which increases...

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