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Restorative Functions of the Brain

25th October 2012
Sleep may be amazingly well restorative. After a long day of work people drag themselves to bed then they wake up seven or eight hours later, watchful and recharged. Now, researches worker are witnessing that one cause we sleep may be that our minds, ... Read >
Author: Arabinda Jena

Eczema On Face: A Symptom Of Seborrheic Eczema

09th March 2011
Seborrheic eczema which is otherwise known as dermatitis seborrheic is one of the four most common types of eczema that plague mankind. And one of its manifestation is eczema on face. Seborrheic eczema is a type of eczema that affects skin on the upper... Read >
Author: William Gabriel

Simple Tips to Help You Sleep Calmly at Night

18th February 2011
Truly, there are people who are having problems sleeping at night. Most of the time, you'll see them tossing and turning on bed. Trouble in sleeping causes more than just drowsiness or sleepiness. The lack of quality sleep can cause more serious problems ... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Some Health Risks Of Being A Call Center Agent

15th December 2010
A call canter agent spends almost nine hours a day sitting in front of the computer. According to studies, 9 to 5 jobs can pose some risks to the health, particularly those that require graveyard shifts. Not only do they disrupt the body’s natural cycle, ... Read >
Author: Phillip Eastwood

Fatal Familial Insomnia: A Bizarre Death Sentence

13th October 2010
Not even the actual Guinness World Records for voluntary sleep deprivation even compares with what fatal familial insomnia afflicted people suffer from. Fatal familial insomnia illustrates precisely how it is to end up being exceptionally sleep deprived. ... Read >
Author: Sally Stephenson

The Coonection Between Sleep Deprivation and Man-Made Accidents

23rd August 2010
How much impact does sleep deprivation make on a person's mind and body? A little drowsiness at the office...a millisecond of mental shut-down as you drive down the highway? The facts glaringly bear out the dangers of losing sleep. Some of the worst indus... Read >
Author: Lupe Faulkner

The Consequences of Tinnitus

09th August 2010
Tinnitus is commonly described as a condition in which a person hears a sound where no matching external sound exists. It is probable then that it is the sensation of sound they are hearing rather than a noise in the usual sense of the word. The apparent ... Read >
Author: Adrian Featherstone

Sure Shot Ways to Get Taller Fast! Now You Won't Feel Inferior When Looking at Taller People

24th May 2010
The Y and Z generations are generally taller than the baby boomers and Gen X'ers. The height difference could be attributed to the food and food supplements that the new generations are enjoying. The thing is not all Ys and Zs are tall and for those who a... Read >
Author: Rahul Talwar

How Amino Acids Can Help You Sleep

19th May 2010
There is something most uncivilized about living in a civilized world. What is it? It's hard to get good night's sleep. Some of this punishing sleep deprivation is voluntary. Too much to do. Too much to see. Too many responsibilities. Not enough sleep.... Read >
Author: Rod Buckner

How To Protect Yourself From Electromagnetic Radiation

10th April 2010
Since the emergence and rapid growth of consumer electronic products (cell phones, computers, etc.), our exposure to electropollution (commonly also referred to EMF (Electromagnetic Fields) has increased dramatically. The threat of electropollution has re... Read >
Author: Dr Ink

Afternoon Siesta is Healthful Nap

26th February 2010
Do you usually feel the uncontrollable drowsiness after lunch? Some may think it is because they have been suffering from sleep deprivation. But do not worry, feeling sleepy after a finishing lunch is but normal due to the natural drop in body temperature... Read >
Author: dianne cooper

Glutathione And It's Support To Adrenal Exhaustion

24th December 2009
For those who suffer from low energy due to adrenal exhaustion, there is good news. Enhancing your glutathione levels may be the key to putting a bounce into your step once again. Adrenal glands are tiny, about the size of a walnut and sit right above ... Read >
Author: went2fish

Conversation about Banish Insomnia: - Restful Sleep with Amino Acids

29th September 2009
Imagine the next time you participate in a conversation about banish insomnia. When you start sharing the fascinating banish insomnia facts below, your friends will be absolutely amazed. There is something most uncivilized about living in a civilized ... Read >
Author: amit017

Are Your Subordinates Paid More Than You?

23rd August 2009
"My wife says I spend too much time at the office," a manager complained to me in a leadership session. "When do you start and finish?" I asked. "Generally I get in at about 7am and leave between 6:30 and 7pm." His wife was right. Twelve hours a da... Read >
Author: Jonathan Halls

Benefits of Good Mattress

23rd July 2009
Sleeping on a good and comfortable mattress is the easiest way to ensure a full night's sleep. Because sleep is so important for people's health, there are a large number of health benefits to making sure your mattress is comfortable. One of these is th... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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