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Latest supplements researched to help you sleep better (The miracle of a way too hot afternoon)

19 Jul 2021 3 minute read 3 comments Heruvim78

After all these Covid19 mess, my sleep quality was affected, and from my body falling asleep at command, anywhere and anytime, now something changed. I do not know if it is my newly perceived mortality, as I realised that I can really go to the forev...

Strengthening mental activity in trading - a pharmacist's review

19 Jul 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Lucasgaio

About a year ago I wrote an interesting article on how to strengthen concentration and mental activity in people who perform activities that require high concentration. After some time it was necessary to revise this article to add something new and...

Supplements vs. Drugs

29 Mar 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Dr Pasteur

It can be intimidating and confusing when someone is ill to decide what they should buy when they go to the pharmacy, supermarket, gas station, or health food store. If they have a cold, should they pick up elderberry, guaifenesin, or Oscillococcinum...

My Thoughts About Health

1 Jan 2021 3 minute read 9 comments Sasha Poet

I myself use quite a few dietary supplements in my daily life such as vitamin D3, zinc, beta alanine, glycine and vegan protein, and I also take melatonin for better sleep before bed, as I am in the years when my body no longer produces as much melat...

Coffee and Mushrooms for Your Brain...

14 Sep 2020 7 minute read 0 comments MrGravity

Sun Alchemy Cognitive  Coffee Created by: “Terrasoul Superfoods”Reviewed by: “Mr.GravityReviews” Background: The “Sun Alchemy Cognitive Coffee” product is created and sold by “Terrasoul Superfoods” in an effort to quote the site “Nourish your body &...

Alzheimer's disease and what we can do to delay it succesfully

6 Jul 2020 3 minute read 3 comments Heruvim78

  On my last blog post I was talking about the tests needed to detect it early. Once we know that we are prone to some subtype of Alzheimer's Disease (AD), what can we do to succesfully delay it (or even keep it at bay, if we are really lucky, geneti...