Prevention

Prevention · 25. November 2018
What happens in our bodies when we don't get enough sleep? In the 1990s, nearly 70% of Americans were getting seven to eight hours of sleep a night. Nowadays, in some areas of the US, as many as 50% of the population is considered sleep deprived, with about 30% getting less than six hours of sleep. About 50 to 70 million Americans are considered to have a sleep disorder. Insomnia is the most common specific sleep disorder, with short-term issues reported by about 30% of adults, and reports of...
Prevention · 24. September 2018
It turns out, meditation is very effective in the treatment of depression, anxiety, and chronic pain...

Prevention · 13. September 2018
The mind concept is often one that evades us because we can't clearly see it. You can see movement, you can see breathing, but you can't see the mind. Yet the mind is partly made up of your thoughts...
Prevention · 11. September 2018
Can video games, Sudoku or similar puzzle activities stregthen the brain and prevent dementia?

Prevention · 29. May 2018
As we looked on dehydration as a potential cause in the first article we´ll focus on heat as an influential factor and the science behind it.
Prevention · 06. May 2018
Skeletal muscle cramps during or shortly following after an exercise in healthy individuals have been termed "Exercise Associated Muscle Cramp. There´s currently no scientific prove for the cause that is widely accepted. Theories for the cause relate to observational studies rather than sound experimental scientific evidence. That´s why treatment methods...