Alternatives To Viagra That May Treat Erectile Dysfunction

Alternatives To Viagra That May Treat Erectile Dysfunction For many men experiencing erectile dysfunction, a little blue pill known as Viagra can be a quick fix thanks to modern medicine. However, like many other quick fixes developed by the pharmaceutical industry, those benefits don’t come without some added risks. Pharmaceuticals often impose the “bandaid effect” on our bodies, covering up the problem rather than actually solving it through addressing the root cause of the health issue.  When it comes to Viagra, choosing to take this little blue pill is sort of like choosing the blue pill in the…

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Tips To Improve Your Self Love & Help Shift Your Relationship With Your Partner

Tips To Improve Your Self Love & Help Shift Your Relationship With Your Partner Self love can be a difficult subject for many people to address, especially because it’s one that society frowned upon for a while. Strengthening your love for yourself was often viewed as vain, and even to this day it’s mistaken as being selfish. What we sometimes fail to recognize is that you cannot treat others with compassion and kindness if you cannot even extend that same level of respect toward yourself. How can you be expected to make…

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Study: Petroleum-Based Additives Are Being Heavily Used In Popular Children’s Foods & Candy

Study: Petroleum-Based Additives Are Being Heavily Used In Popular Children’s Foods & Candy Parents who wish to eliminate AFCs from their children’s diets face a challenge, as the current research found that about 4 in 10 packaged items in grocery store products marketed to children contain at least one AFC. Moreover, in some food categories almost all of the products contain AFCs, making it difficult for families to purchase those products without AFCs. Clinicians can educate parents about reading ingredient lists and avoiding certain products or categories, at least until…

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7 Amazing Healing Powers of Aloe Vera

7 Amazing Healing Powers of Aloe Vera This article was written by the Greenmedinfo Research Group, originally published at Greenmedinfo.com. Posted here with permission.  Aloe vera is a succulent plant that belongs to the lily family. There are more than 300 species of the aloe plant, but the Aloe barbadensis species exhibits the most proven medicinal properties. To date, there have been 75 nutrients identified in the gel of the aloe plant. It contains vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B3 (niacin), B6, choline, folic acid, alpha-tocopherol, and beta-carotene. In addition, aloe gel and…

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Study Explains What Happens To The Brain When You Diffuse Essential Oils

Study Explains What Happens To The Brain When You Diffuse Essential Oils Many are diagnosed with ADHD, depression, anxiety and sleep disorders. In 2013, a medical expenditure survey determined that 1 in 6 Americans take  psychiatric medication on a daily basis. Consequently, 90,000 adults and countless children visit the emergency room yearly for side-effects of these medications including, increased depressive or anxious symptoms, brain fog, confusion, heart palpitations, dizziness, muscle spasms, seizures, tics, and psychosis. Despite these side-effects and the many black box warnings including death by suicide, many continue using them.…

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Whooping Cough Outbreak Despite A 100 Percent Vaccination Rate Forces School Closure In Texas

Whooping Cough Outbreak Despite A 100 Percent Vaccination Rate Forces School Closure In Texas A whooping cough outbreak has forced a school in Houston, Texas to close early for the Christmas break. The school, St. Theresa Catholic School in Memorial Park, will be closed until January 6th. The outbreak has not only affected the students but also the staff. Some children have also been hospitalized as a result, the Houston Chronicle reports. It’s one of multiple instances that point to the idea that whooping cough, also known as pertussis, is not indicative…

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Study: A Diet High In Animal Protein Associated With A 75 Percent Increased Risk of Early Death

Study: A Diet High In Animal Protein Associated With A 75 Percent Increased Risk of Early Death Are we designed to eat meat? According to Dr. Christina Warinner, a microbiome scientist, anthropologist, and a Professor in the Department of Archaeogenetics at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, no, we’re not. As she states in one of her TEDx talks, “Humans do not have any specialized genetic anatomical or physiological adaptations to meat consumption. By contrast, we have many adaptations to plant consumption.” She was also featured in…

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Meal Timing & Fasting: Important Factors To Recognize When Trying To Tackling Obesity

Meal Timing & Fasting: Important Factors To Recognize When Trying To Tackling Obesity Years ago, if a person withheld from eating for long periods of time in order to lose weight, it would work, but a common response from peers might have been, “Yeah, but you did it the unhealthy way.” Today, many more people are aware that caloric restriction and fasting are actually a great, safe, healthy and effective way to lose weight and shed fat from your body. In layman’s terms, when you fast, your body runs out…

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Drum Circles Put Pharmaceutical Antidepressants To Shame

Drum Circles Put Pharmaceutical Antidepressants To Shame This article was written by Sayer Ji, founder of Greenmedinfo.com, where it was originally posted. Posted here with permission. With the World Health Organization identifying depression as the #1 leading cause of disability, globally, and psychiatric medications causing severe side effects, including permanently disabling the body’s self-healing mechanism, drug-free alternatives are needed now more than ever. Could group drumming provide just such a solution? Titled, “Effects of Group Drumming Interventions on Anxiety, Depression, Social Resilience and Inflammatory Immune Response among Mental Health Service Users,” UK researchers…

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8 Physical, Mental & Spiritual Benefits of Chanting ‘Om’

8 Physical, Mental & Spiritual Benefits of Chanting ‘Om’ When I first started practicing yoga, I was relatively surprised at how easy and natural it felt to participate in chanting. I had seen it in movies and heard of chanting within religious practices, but I’d never actually engaged in it until being in a yoga class. It’s a mantra that, without a doubt, holds a strong and high vibration, as you can literally feel it! There are numerous mental, physical, and spiritual benefits to chanting Om, and even some scientific studies…

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