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Dealing With Rheumatoid Athritis

Dealing With Rheumatoid Athritis

Amazing Health Discoveries, Health & Life, Men's Health
A Nutritional Approach to Dealing with Rheumatoid Arthritis by Morgan Nwanguma Very often we have heard people complaining – ‘I have arthritis’, others will say ‘I have rheumatism’. And we discover that sometimes it is either of the two or both that they actually have. In as much as the fact remains that both rheumatism and arthritis are similar and related, there is still a thin line separating the two if you like. Experts say arthritis however, is the inflammation of a joint or joints, while rheumatism is defined as any painful disorder of the joints or muscles, or connective tissues. It is also a chronic autoimmune disease with inflammation of the joints and marked deformities. Something (possibly a virus) triggers an attack on the synovial (a thin membrane or tissue layer) by
Is chocolate really harmful to the teeth?

Is chocolate really harmful to the teeth?

Amazing Health Discoveries, Food And Nutrition, Health & Life, Men's Health, Women's health
Is Chocolate Good or Bad For Your Teeth? There’s some good amount of controversy out there whether chocolate is bad for your teeth or not. Or, in fact, whether it is actually good. Study indicates that dark chocolate has a good amount of antioxidants that inhibit the proliferation of a certain bacteria that causes tooth decay. This bacterium produces acids that affect the enamel in our teeth. The antioxidants in chocolate counter the effects of this acid production. On the other hand, there is the question and concern about chocolate’s sugar levels. But there is one more ingredient in chocolate that also needs to be mentioned, which is cocoa butter. Before we discuss sugar, let’s see what our sources say about cocoa butter. What we’ve been able to research is that cocoa butter has a c
How herbs can be used to relieve stress effects

How herbs can be used to relieve stress effects

Amazing Health Discoveries, Food And Nutrition, Health & Life, Health & Radiance/Beauty, Men's Health, Mental Health, Women's health
How Herbs Can Be Used to Stem the Effects of Stress           by Morgan Nwanguma Some group of herbs have been known to handle stress by elevating the body’s ability to cope with the day to day bombardments thereby making it possible for it to adapt to these pressures so that untold destruction is not wreaked on the body’s immune system. This group of herbs are known as adaptogens; they are nature’s miracle anti-stress and fatigue fighters. These herbs practically take care of your stress levels by fortifying your body and equipping it to deal with the impact of stressors. Experts say that stress is a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense; stress also comes along with it a breakdown of your immune system and so you really need to fortify your immunity. According to Don Colber
Male Menopause?

Male Menopause?

Health & Life, Men's Health
MALE MENOPAUSE Women may not be the only ones who suffer the effects of changing hormones. Some doctors are noticing that men are reporting some of the same symptoms that women experience in perimenopause and menopause. Andropause, (Male-Menopause) is also known as Androgen deficiency in the ageing male (ADAM for short). As men age, their testosterone levels tend to decrease. This shift can cause physical, emotional, and psychological changes. A healthy man has a testosterone level of 300–1,200 ng/dL (nanograms per deciliter). A man’s testosterone level usually peaks in his 20s. After age 30, the average man’s testosterone level declines one per cent each. Thus, by age 70, a man’s testosterone level might reach 50 per cent of his pre-”menopause” level.” Unlike women, men can continue