Is chocolate addiction linked with leanness?

According to a recent research, some fascinating chocolate variants were found to be linked with accelerated metabolism, insulin sensitivity, and blood’s cholesterol level. The subjects that were included in this study were healthy and didn’t suffer with any of the chronic, widespread diseases of present-day times like hypertension and diabetes. It was concluded from the study that it wasn’t the amount but the frequency of chocolate consumption per week that triggers the anti-oxidant attribute of chocolates lowers the overall BMI (body mass index) of a person.

Water therapy – The new answer to benign form of cancers

Drinking 1/2 of your body weight’s amount of ionized water every day can actually serve to be of aid in fighting cancer symptoms. Originally, introduced as a theory by many researchers, water therapy has finally proven to be valuable treatment supplement by the recent results in the cases of people who suffered with benign cancer. Water therapy can be used as supplemental therapy for fighting benign form of cancer. It assures the supply of anti-oxidant attribute in cancerous conditions that is required for slowing the growth or for annihilating cancer cells.

Anxiety diminishes brain’s capableness to solve math problems

Algorithms, equations, formulations – can be a kid’s play for any school goer who is cagey at dealing with anxiety inducing situations. Panic attacks and fright episodes tend to lower the functionality level in some areas of brain. After intensive research performed on school goers, it was concluded that the sections of brain that respond to fearful situations and math anxiety are the same. It is therefore believed that by controlling the anxiety factor, a kid’s ability to solve math problems can be magnified.

Memory loss predisposition common in Menopause

Memory loss is a common issue encountered by most of the women of the above 40s group. Though the onset of forgetfulness in menopausal women bears no direct link to the body’s hormone levels, it was found to be linked with the troublesome symptoms of menopause like insomnia and anxiety. A crucial step that can be taken in this regard by menopausal women is of verbalizing a piece of information that is supposed to be retained in the brain for a longer time.

Retinal damage – A sign of cognitive decline

Retinopathy – a common retina problem encountered after the age of 65 has been found to be strongly linked with cognitive decline. Therefore, early diagnosis and treatment of retinopathy can prevent the progressive decline of cognition. Control of underlying factors like diabetes and hypertension that lead to retinopathy can play a crucial role in ceasing the progression of cognitive decline. It is believed that lesions in the blood vessels caused by the aforementioned conditions lead to thickening of the white matter tracks that are responsible for prompter transmission of brain signals.

Statins lower the risk of Parkinson disease

Statins are cholesterol lowering drugs that possess neuroprotective property too. The neuroprotective attribute of these drugs can be owed to the anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating effects of statins. So, diseases that affect the neurons like Parkinson disease do get relieved to some extent with statins. Recent survey performed on the patients who were below 60 years of age and were on a follow-up dose of statins exhibited lesser aggressiveness of Parkinson disease.

Fatty diet might diminish the quality of sperms

A recent research concludes that the quantity of fat in men’s diet can directly affect the count of sperms in their semen. For instance, the overabundance of saturated fat in food can diminish the quality of semen and therefore fertility in men. On the other hand the semen formed in men who ate food that was rich in omega-3 polyunsaturated fats was discovered to be of a higher quality. The quality of semen does bear an effect on its potentiality to fertilize the egg.

Active sitting breaks assure a healthier lifestyle for fat people

Brief and intermittent breaks in sitting can actually assure a sound, long-term health status to any obese patient. For instance, a drastic rise in the insulin levels of people was observed in obese patients who performed a light activity at their workplace in contrast to the people who sat for long hours at work. Constantly raised levels of glucose/blood sugar tend to harden the blood vessels and therefore pave a way for plausible cardiovascular diseases. Taking small breaks in an otherwise sedentary lifestyle can actually serve as an effectual preventive measure for the people who are at the risk of developing diabetes at any point of time in life.

Collagen Matrix accentuates gum healing process

One of the commonest causes of tooth sensitivity is receded gum line. High-end masticatory force and poor oral hygiene can be the major contributory factors in the case of a receded gum line. Though the removal of causative factors does ensure relief in tooth sensitivity to some extent, the additional placement of a collagen matrix close to the tooth roots can assure a speedy recovery. The collagen present in this matrix acts like a scaffold of connective tissue over the exposed teeth roots and protects them while the healing of gum line is in process.

Berries intercept age-related brain changes

Be it blueberries, blackberries or strawberries – the one thing you could count on berries for is a nice memory. Berries intercept the deteriorating brain changes that tend to set into the human body with age. Berries are enriched with essential antioxidant compounds that protect the brain cells from the deleterious effects of freely rolling free radicals. Free radicals tend to cause damage to the neurons and therefore retard their capacity to transmit motor signals.