For Your Well-Being

These are questions what the people generally make formally or informally to the friends, relatives, specialists or the experienced ones and the answers given are also some sort of hear-say. I would welcome if they are attributed authentically.

Question No.1:
What is the best time to take vitamin supplements?
Ans.:Take your vitamin supplement with meals. Vitamins and minerals are much better absorbed with food.

Question No.2: What’s the best way to maintain my weight?
Ans.: Don’t skip meals. Instead, eat four or more small meals per day to maintain your weight as well as to keep your blood sugar levels stable.

Question No.3: Can drinking tea improve my health?
Ans.: Studies have shown that regular tea drinkers are at lower risk of Cancer, heart disease stroke, Osteoporosis, bacterial and viral infection.

Question No.4: What are my chances of developing colon cancer?
Ans.: One in 18 Americans are diagnosed with colon cancer in their life-times. Many avoid the Colonoscopy because of having to drink the nasty bowel prep liquid. Colon cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer-related deaths in America. A Colonoscopy may save your life.

Question No.5: Is there any alternative to drugs for overactive bladder?
Ans.:Try acupuncture. Those women who received the acupuncture treatment After four weekly acupuncture sessions, 3% reduction in the placebo group.

Question No.6: How common is Sleep Apnoea?
Ans.: Sleep Apnoea affects up to 1 in 4 Americans. It can lead to weight gain and heart problems. To get diagnosed, you will spend a night in a sleep clinic with wires attached to you to monitor your sleep patterns.

Question No.7: What are the best nutrients to preserve my memory and cut Alzheimer’s risk as I get older?
Ans.:There are some nutrients identified to cut Alzheimer’s risk: niacin, foliate, and vitamin. Vitamine Green leafy has been shown to combat memory loss.

Question No.8: Can dark chocolate lower my breast cancer risk?
Ans.: Not only is dark chocolate heart smart, it has been shown to lower breast cancer risk due to its ability to raises HDL “Good Cholesterol” high HDL levels are linked to lower breast cancer risk.

Question No.9: Is there a link between sleep and lifespan?
Ans.: One study found that length 0f sleep time was a better predictor of mortality than smoking. Cardiac disease, or hypertension, those who slept 6 hours or less had a 70% higher mortality rate than those who slept 7 or 8 hours.

Question No.10:Is there a risk of overdose from electromagnetic fields in my home appliances?
Ans.:Yes, regular overdose of electromagnetic fields in your home can injure your health. You should not prefer large appliances like refrigerators which emit harmful EMFs than smaller ones. You should keep your clock radio a few feet from you head when you sleep. Further, it is advisable to use a hands-free headset for your cell phone and replace the electric blanket with an extra blanket.