WELIGHT | peot
null | القصيدة العمرية - ويكيبيديا، الموسوعة الحرةhttps://ar.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%82%D8%B5%D9%8A%D8%AF%D8%A9_%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B9%D9%85%D8%B1%D9%8A%D8%A9
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WELIGHT | Amaya Lopez-Pascual
null | Frontiers | Living at a Geographically Higher Elevation Is Associated with Lower Risk of Metabolic Syndrome: Prospective Analysis of the SUN Cohort | Exercise Physiologyhttp://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fphys.2016.00658/full
The higher concentration of oxygen (O2) that can be found in the earth corresponds to sea level (21%). At this altitude level the O2 partial pressure (pO2) is around 160 mmHg. Every 300 m reduces the pO2 1% (McElroy et al., 2000; West, 2002). Our study suggests a potential preventive effect of living at moderately geographical altitude where the participants are exposed to lower pO2, pressure, humidity and temperature.
WELIGHT | Dennis Argall
null | "Chronic Fatigue Syndome" - a fresh approachhttp://aplaceof.info/chronic_wellness/ACTMECFS%20Nov%2098%20paper.htm
Buteyko was able to lay down the theoretical foundation for this idea - hyperventilation causes a depletion of carbon dioxide; low levels of carbon dioxide in the organism cause blood vessels to spasm and also cause oxygen starvation of the tissues. This results in a whole range of "defence mechanisms" that have been previously misunderstood and labelled as diseases. It was not difficult to surmise that vessel spasming occurring in hypertension could occur also with other types of diseases, for example: stenocardia (angina pectoris) with the resultant myocardial infarction (heart attack): end arteritis (inflammation of the innermost coat of an artery, usually occurring in legs) or ulcerative stomach disease.36
WELIGHT | JOSH HARKINSON
null | This Former Techie Owes His Fortune to Electronic Devices. Now He Thinks They're Dangerous. | Mother Joneshttp://www.motherjones.com/environment/2016/12/silicon-valley-cellphones-wifi-sickness-emf-hypersensitivity
He subsequently found that a 30-minute catnap in his office left him more replenished than a whole night's sleep at home, so he began napping there regularly. One day when he felt like the EMFs in his home were really messing with him, he drove up to a hiking trail in the Los Altos hills and slept in the parking lot.
WELIGHT | Tom Brimeyer
null | Thyroid Reflux: 5 Ways to Prevent and Protect Yourself from Reflux and Gerdhttp://www.forefronthealth.com/thyroid-reflux-gerd/?ims=5wpptrg&utm_campaign=Blog+Post&utm_source=House+List&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=Thyroid+Reflux+GERD
Most doctors today blindly treat heartburn or GERD by prescribing Proton-Pump Inhibitor (PPI) drugs to block the secretion of stomach acid. This poses a big problem. Not only can this further complicate the underlying problem, PPI drugs come with a slew of negative side effects, including increased risk of:
null | Stress Hormone Blocks Testosterone's Effects, Study Shows | UT News | The University of Texas at Austinhttps://news.utexas.edu/2010/09/27/stress-hormone-blocks-testosterones-effects-study-shows
As part of the study, the researchers measured hormone levels of saliva samples provided by 57 subjects. The respondents participated in a one-on-one competition and were given the opportunity to compete again after winning or losing. Among those who lost, 100 percent of the subjects with high testosterone and low cortisol requested a rematch to recapture their lost status. However, 100 percent of participants with high testosterone and high cortisol declined to compete again. All subjects who declined a rematch experienced a significant drop in testosterone after defeat, which may help to explain their unwillingness to compete again, Josephs said.
WELIGHT | Elizabeth Armstrong Moore
null | Study ties nighttime lighting to depression - CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/news/study-ties-nighttime-lighting-to-depression/
Following study linking night light to cancer growth, researchers now find that--in hamsters--night exposure to even the dim light of a computer or TV screen is linked to depression.