How to lower blood sugar levels?

The correct blood sugar level is very important for the health and proper functioning of the body. Each cell of the body is equipped with receptors that allow the absorption of glucose into the cell – this process takes place with the participation of hormones (insulin) secreted by the pancreas. For cells to function, they need a strictly defined dose of glucose. Both deficiency and excess sugar is harmful to health. In modern times, excess blood sugar is a common problem. So how do you bring your blood sugar to normal? Read more

News in the treatment of memory loss

After the age of 40, the first problems with the functioning of brain cells appear and this is a period in which many people begin to lose their memory. One in five people over 65 years experiences mild disorders, including difficulty concentrating, problems with finding the right word, forgetting where we left off an object. In some cases, these mild disorders can develop into full dementia. Do you notice similar symptoms at yourself or your relatives? How to deal with memory problems? Read more

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Alternative treatments for varicose veins

The appearance of varicose veins causes concern for the majority of people. At the beginning, varicose veins are not a source of any discomfort, but as the disease develops, pain and discomfort arise. Sometimes this condition leads to more serious health problems. Varicose veins may also be a sign of serious cardiovascular disorders. What are the treatment options for varicose veins? Read more

Cortisol, stress and obesity

Researchers found a relationship between cortisol and abdominal fat. Cortisol has been blamed as the main culprit of the obesity problem, and cortisol-reducing pills are advertised as a miracle solution to the problem of overweight. Is cortisol actually associated with abdominal obesity? Does reducing cortisol levels reduce fat? Read more

Why is B1 vitamin so important?

Vitamin B1, also called thiamine, is the earliest discovered vitamin from group B. It was originally used to treat beriberi disease, which causes nerve damage, muscle loss, loss of mental abilities, paralysis and ultimately death. In subsequent studies, other functions of vitamin B1 were also discovered. What are the symptoms of thiamine deficiency? How do you fill up your vitamin B1 deficiencies? Read more