Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a type of anxiety disorder that may occur after someone has seen or experienced a traumatic event that involved the threat of injury or death. PTSD can occur at any age, and can follow a natural disaster such as a flood or fire, or events such as assault, domestic abuse, prison stay, rape, terrorism and war.
Why do you think you deserve an alcoholic drink, something sweet or some other fattening food when you’ve had a “bad day?” Why do you call it a “reward?” If your wishes are to lose weight or to get healthy – it’s not a reward at all!
Can Muscle turn to Fat? Muscle is muscle and fat is fat – they are two completely different tissues/cells. If a fit person has to stop exercising for a long time – the muscle that has developed will eventually atrophy (shrink) from not being used. Because of inactivity and loss of muscle– the metabolism will slow down.
Garlic has been used as both a food and medicine throughout the course of human history. As a matter of fact, garlic is mentioned in written medical texts dating back as far as 5,000 years. The studies conducted on garlic have identified this plant as helping to improve cardiovascular health, fighting infection, effective against certain types of cancer, and providing antioxidant protection.
Constipation is difficulty or infrequency in evacuating the bowels. The retention of feces in the colon and rectum allows too much water to be absorbed from the material, which then dries and hardens, making defecation more difficult. When the bowel is continually overloaded with feces, its muscles lose their tone and constipation becomes chronic. Constipation […]
Prostatitis is a swelling of the prostate gland, usually caused by infection. The patient feels urgent needs to urinate frequently and has a burning sensation during urination. Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) is an enlargement of the prostate gland, common among men after 50 years of age. Among other considerations, a metabolite of testosterone called dihydrostestosterone […]
A statement was recently made on the Dr. OZ TV show stating that consumers should cut their multi-vitamins in half and take half in the morning and half at night.
Without knowing the context of Dr. Oz’s comment, it seems axiomatic that the premise was based off of the issue of bioavailability. While there is some […]