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Crimes Committed while sleepwalking

10th June 2009
If you commit a crime while asleep should you be prosecuted just like anyone else would, or does the fact that you were asleep mean you have no responsibilities for your actions? There are numerous occasions when someone has committed a crime while claimi... Read >
Author: amnorge

How to Get Rid of Tiredness and Sleepiness

29th May 2009
Feeling tired and sleepy? How many times you feel you didn't have enough energy to do something you want to do? You are not alone; every 1 out of 4 persons suffers from tiredness in United States and Europe. According to NSF study, 25% of all women suffer... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Fibromyalgia, a rheumatic disorder

10th April 2009
What is Fibromyalgia or FMS? Fibromyalgia is a rheumatic disorder that is characterized by widespread muscle pain and fatigue that has no physical cause. People suffering from FMS will wake up feeling tired and lethargic and will experience aching a... Read >
Author: HerbalMeds

Choosing the Best Multi-Vitamin

09th March 2009
In a perfect world our nutritional needs would be met by a healthy and balanced diet. . But very rarely does that happen, between the fast-paced lifestyle Americans lead and the ever declining nutritional value of junk food we are often left with a nutrit... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal

Orgone Energy & Schumann Resonance Metaphysical Products & Their Benefits

23rd January 2009
Orgone Energy & Schumann Resonance Metaphysical Products What is Geopathic Stress? Geopathic Stress is when the vibrational rate of the Earth's magnetic energies and underground water causes a lower vibration, which in turn creates stress to the human... Read >
Author: orgoneenergy

Lactium From Milk May Help You Sleep Better At Night

26th November 2008
Anxiety responses were needed in previous years to trigger the nervous system into a series of chemical reactions that would initiate action. For our ancestors, this fight or flight impulse often meant the difference between death and survival for another... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Increase Melatonin Naturally And Get Some Sleep

27th June 2008
Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone produced by the pineal gland, a small, pea sized gland located in the centre of the brain. The discovery of melatonin and the understanding of its role in maintaining good health and vitality is relatively new wi... Read >
Author: C. Gray Flynn

Sleep Like A Baby - How You Can Overcome Your Own Insomnia

09th April 2008
Sleep is important for a person's body to function, mature, and heal after an injury. Most studies recommend that adults need from six to eight hours of sleep each night. Many people, however, find themselves unable to achieve this. Approximately 20 milli... Read >
Author: Alan B. Densky, CH

Daily Persistent Headaches

24th July 2007
Daily persistent headaches also known as chronic daily headaches, affect approximately five percent of adults. They will usually occur for at least fifteen days in a given month and may even strike on a daily basis. While most people will experience a hea... Read >
Author: Alien

Circadian Meditation | Auto Circadian Meditation | Meditation Techniques

02nd May 2007
Imagine closing your eyes for just a few minutes and getting all the benefits you get from sleeping? This probably perked up your interest huh? You could probably go clubbing long after the roosters made their first wake up call. Or shuffle your time betw... Read >
Author: Alien

Treatment Of Inflammation And Chronic Systemic Inflammation

27th February 2007
Inflammation is one of the body's essential defense mechanisms and plays a vital role in protecting us against microbial attack, external and internally-produced toxins, as well as damaged and diseased cells and tissues. Unfortunately, the inflammatory... Read >
Author: Dr Keith Scott

RBD Sleep Disorders

03rd February 2007
Rapid eye movement behavioral disorder, or RBD sleep disorders, is a relatively new condition which wasn't diagnosed until 1986 and was brought to light by an individual by the name of Schenck as well as Schenck's associates. This sleep disorder has psych... Read >
Author: Alex Wilson

Oversleeping- the opposite of Insomnia?

22nd July 2006
When it comes to sleep disorders, the more common complaints are from people who are having trouble falling asleep and getting "quality" sleep. Not much have been said about those on the others side of the coin. Some people have the opposite problem. T... Read >
Author: Rotem Cohen

Sleep Apnea Treatment: food that aid sleep

02nd August 2005
The benefits of a sound sleep is not a state secret. We know how sleep can effect our productivity, our decision making capability, functioning of our brain. According to Ayurveda, people who are most vulnerable to sleep disorders have dry hair, suffer ha... Read >
Author: Ashley Green
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