Is constipation an early sign of Parkinson’s?

Research is shown that constipation could be linked to Parkinson’s disease. Looking at groups of people of similar age, it was found that those with Parkinson’s were twice as likely to suffer from constipation. The condition is known to change the working of the body’s nervous system which is what gives sufferer’s the muscle tremors […]

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Sleeping problem increases Alzheimer’s risk

Recent research is suggesting that those who have what is referred to as “disordered breathing” while asleep may be at increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Obstructive sleep apnea manifests itself when asleep as excessively heavy breathing usually accompanied by periods where there is no breathing for a minute or more. As well as disturbed […]

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Prostate artery embolization

An enlarged prostate gland or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a common affliction amongst men over 50 years old, with the probability of suffering ever increasing with advancing age. Surgery should always be a last resort and there are proven ways to treat the condition without resorting to surgery. A good option is our beta-sitosterol based […]

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Constipation – how to avoid

Everyone suffers from constipation – some occasionally and others on an almost continuous basis. There are many reasons for this affliction but probably the most common is a poor diet. Other reasons can include medications, a change of routine or stress.  Long term constipation can lead to further health problems and there is now growing […]

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Lithium and dementia prevention

It seems that Lithium, a type of metal more associated with batteries, could play a future part in the fight against dementia with the possibility of it being added to our drinking water. Studies in Denmark have found that those living in areas where the concentration of lithium in the drinking water was higher compared […]

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Exercise and the risk of a stroke

Most of us do less exercise than we should and it is easy to fall into this lifestyle. This combined with diets that are less healthy than our ancestors has given rise to an increase in heart stokes in western society today. The good news is that this is reversible. A study of 1,400 men […]

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Turmeric in the fight against alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are very much in the public eye now as the number of people diagnosed with the condition is increasing all the time. A twist to the statistics is that rates are higher in Western countries like America and Great Britain. One country where the condition has been monitored and found to […]

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Reduce your risk of dementia

New research into dementia shows that lifestyle habits can account for almost one third of all cases. What this means is that we can reduce the chances of developing dementia by a third with changes we have control over. The key risk factors that increase our chances of developing dementia are: Mid-life hearing loss – […]

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Saw Palmetto

Saw palmetto (Serenoa repens/Sabal serrulata) is a well known natural treatment for anyone suffering from an enlarged prostate gland. The berries were a staple food and medicine for the Native Americans who used the berries as a food and medicine source. For over 100 years men have used them to treat urinary tract problems. Recent […]

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Prostate cancer symptoms

Our prostate supplement Prostamax is very good at shrinking an enlarged prostate gland due to its high beta sitosterol content.  However, diagnosis of an enlarged prostate gland should always be done by a health specialist as the symptoms are almost identical to those of prostate cancer.  If you look at any website for information on […]

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