Reasons of why your fingers are always cold

fingers always cold
December 9, 2016

When it is cold and the temperature is low, it is normal that our fingers to be cold, because the limbs receive less blood pressure because it is focused more on the vital organs. But what happens when our fingers are always cold even though the temperature is warm. The reasons can be more than one. Raynaud’s Disorder Raynaud’s disorder is a rare condition in which there is a narrowing…


How to detox your body?

detox your body
July 8, 2016

Are you feeling lethargic or tired? Do you suffer from skin disorders, get sick quickly or have digestive problems? Do you have trouble losing weight? It might be a good idea to go on a detox. There are so many different kinds of detoxes that it might be hard to know which one to choose – thin tea detox, smoothie detox or soup detox. Detoxing has been around for centuries…


What are the most common sleep disorders

sleep disorder
December 4, 2015

It is not the first time that we talk about the dream, more specifically about the importance of sleep and does it long enough for our health and our body. And it is already in recent years have met numerous scientific studies pursued in order to analyze the role that sleep has on our health, and more specifically on the restoration and strengthening of different neural circuits. In the case…


Constant hiccups: What is that?

constant hiccups
January 26, 2015

Hiccups, so sudden and involuntary as uncomfortable, can be more than a temporary discomfort. And the hiccups, although it adjectival as unimportant symptom that usually lasts little, can also be persistent and sign that something is wrong in our body. Why hiccup occurs? When should consult the doctor? These are some of the questions that are best answer for how to act in an episode of hiccups. Hiccups, as is…


Dementia: The risk of being lonely

May 2, 2014

Dementia: The risk of being capable of constituting, as researchers have found in a new study, a risk factor that makes us more vulnerable to dementia, such as Alzheimer’s. Conclusions drawn from a study in which more than two thousand people participated. And a note, feeling alone is not the same as living alone. A risk factor over which have focused the researchers to uncover what is hidden and what…


Hypochondria: Fear of being sick

March 11, 2014

We all are concerned about suffering from any health disorder, but the problem is when the concern is constant, excessive, and when it becomes an unrealistic fear and continuing to suffer the symptoms of a serious illness. Any mild symptoms, such as a slight headache, are interpreted by the patient as a health problem, symptoms resulting from their own state of anxiety and constant worry. Hypochondria can and should be…


Alzheimer: Disorders of eating behavior

eating disorder
February 16, 2014

It is a common problem among patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease characterized by the deterioration of intellectual functions, primarily memory, but can also be affected other areas such as language, the ability to make decisions or carry out everyday tasks, attention, changes in mood, behavior and personality. In this case, we will focus on a specific disorder associated the eating behavior. How can we help to prevent it? The problems…


Snoring and Sleep Apnea: What’s the difference?

snoring and sleep apnea
February 12, 2014

The main difference is that the apnea brings together an interruption of breathing during sleep. People with distressed also often suffer drowsiness and fatigue during the day. Although snoring, contrary to popular belief, is not synonymous with sleep, as it can alter the rest besides affecting the cardiorespiratory system. Both one as another sleep disorder can be treated and prevented, as sleep apnea, for example, may be related to other…


Vitamin B6 for mood disorders

mood disorders
November 14, 2013

The vitamins B complex contain a range of interesting properties with respect to particular brain function, but that would have the greatest impact on everything related to neurotransmitters, dopamine and serotonin, in short, to connections that have an impact on our mood, this is vitamin B6. It is also prescribed to women with significant symptoms of mood disorders during PMS. Vitamin B6 also ensures adequate oxygenation of the brain, a…


Breathing technique against fear and anxiety

breathing technique
June 16, 2013

Breathing not only allows our survival in its most basic form, it can also help to calm the anxieties and fears, and our moods change and renew our energies needed for daily life. In this article we will learn a breathing technique well directed can apply at any time and place, to calm the anxieties and fears in a particular situation, or to start the day well refreshed and positive….