Month: March 2018

Aleve (naproxen) vs. Celebrex (celecoxib)

A common class of over the counter pain and anti inflammation medication is nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs. Not all drugs in this category are over the counter though; some require a doctor’s consultation and approval before taking. Consider naproxen and celecoxib; respectively branded as Aleve and Celebrex. Both drugs can treat pain, arthritis discomfort, cramps […]

The Health Benefits of Laughter, Tears, and Kisses

We’ve all heard the phrase laughter is the best medicine. But beyond the trite recitation of folk wisdom, it turns out good humor really does carry serious health benefits. Laughter, being of good cheer, can measurably improve your overall physical reactions to a variety of conditions. Consider allergies. Many of us deal with one allergy […]

What To Take For Weight Loss- A Substance Comparison

Drugs that promote the body’s turning to stored fat, to process that fat and melt it off, are referred to as fat burners. While fat burners cannot be the basis of a weight loss regime by themselves, they can work with a healthy diet to increase the rate at which weight loss can be realized. […]

Totally Fit Spark Plug – Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Hey Champion, Delayed onset muscle soreness describes a phenomenon of muscle pain, muscle soreness or muscle stiffness that occurs in the day or two after exercise.

How Gum Disease Could Lead to the Development of Alzheimer’s

Periodontitis is chronic gum inflammation, a leading cause of tooth loss. Previous studies have associated periodontitis with inflammation throughout the whole body.   Recent studies are showing there is a link between gum disease or periodontitis and Alzheimer’s. Those particularly at an increased risk for cognitive decline:   those suffering with periodontitis for 10 years […]

Health Span Affected by Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea has become a more common disorder. The condition is characterized by changes and interruptions in a patient’s normal breathing pattern during sleep. Their breath will change, even sometimes stopping entirely. When this occurs, the body will rouse itself sufficiently to draw a deeper breath and resume a more normal breathing pattern. The […]

Tabata. Exercises That Give Spectacular Results

For many years, researchers and health advocates alike have touted the virtues of high-intensity interval training, and other types of periodized training regimes. The versatile training modalities are valuable in a number of regards: elevating the heart rate to build maximum output, taxing the muscles to develop increased strength and stamina, and creating metabolic effects […]

Totally Fit Spark Plug-Arthritis and the Bread of Life

Hey Champion, The number one cause of disability in America isn’t heart disease or diabetes–it’s arthritis. According to statistics from the federal Centers for Disease Control, one in three adults is now affected by an arthritis-related condition.

Poor Fitness Linked to Weaker Brain Fiber, Higher Dementia Risk

Mental activity that encourages a patient to remain focused and alert may very well be a significant method of reducing risk factors for cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease. Medical researchers have been stepping up their investigations into dementia based disorders, and are beginning to produce data that supports this theory of helping some patients […]

PTSD and Bulimia: Relational Statistics & Trends

Many bulimics often develop some level of post traumatic stress disorder. And many PTSD suffers will sometimes find bulimia being added as problem they need to battle against. Mental trauma has a tendency to manifest in broad ways that can be difficult to overcome, which is why such conditions remain a serious concern for both […]