Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Cleanse Your Liver ............


The liver has a role as a blood factory in our bodies. It actually recovers the blood, facilitates digestion and purifies the blood, eliminating it from toxins and impurities. For that reason it has to be clean. If you have a clean liver, then it will mean that you are healthy, strong, and beautiful, have energy, and are in a good mood. You will need only a minute to prepare this recipe if you want to clean your liver easily.

This is the procedure:
Drink one spoonful of olive oil mixed with a tablespoon of lemon juice each morning on an empty stomach. Then you are free to have your breakfast.

Lemon is a very healthy fruit and is an amazing source of vitamin C. it is able to purify the blood vessels from plaque and cholesterol, and also cleans the liver. Due to its sourness, the lemon starts nerve and hormone activation to the liver and digestive system.

Olive oil helps in the opening of the channel of the liver and yolk sac. The bile actively contributes in the process of digestion and speeding up the intestines. Thos people who regularly consume it have much less chances of developing cardiovascular diseases which include high blood pressure, stroke, and high blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Is olive oil is consumed regularly, then it will help in reducing inflammation, issues with inner linings of blood vessels, thrombosis, and carbohydrate metabolism.

What you can expect after a month of treatment?
You will notice that your appearance will improve, the dark circles under your eyes will be gone, your complexion will become fresher, and you will look younger.
You will not have any issues with digestion as the intestines will work perfectly. You will also fell healthy and full of energy.


These Medications Can Cause Permanent Memory Loss ............

The most common are presented in the list below...........

1.   Sleeping Pills
Sleeping pills force you into a completely unconscious state, similar to a coma, which is not how natural sleep works. Sleeping pills do not cause your brain to start the restorative sleeping patterns it needs to stay healthy; on the contrary, they skip them.

2.    Statin pills
 The statins are a class of cholesterol medications that are specifically designed to target the HMG-CoA enzyme, which is related to most heart diseases.
That’s why most people would never believe that they can impair your brain function at all. However, because your brain is made up of ¼ of cholesterol that is vital to your thinking and learning, cholesterol medications can affect the normal operation of your brain. If you happen to hold a bottle of statins in your hand, check the inscriptions for the warning label that says “it may cause memory loss”.

3.   “Anti” Pills
Almost every medication whose label carries the prefix anti- (antibiotics, antihypertensives, antihistamines, antipsychotics, antidepressants etc.) are known to directly interfere with the acetylcholine levels in your brain.
Because it is one of the most important neurotransmitters related to your learning and retention, insufficient acetylcholine can lead to a number of serious health conditions, like hallucinations, mental fog, delirium, forgetfulness, blurred vision, and dementia.

4.    Other pills that cause memory loss
According to Richard C. Mohs, Ph.D. of the Department of Psychiatry at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, the following pharmaceuticals are known to lead to memory loss:
  • antihistamines
  • antibiotics (quinolones)
  • quinidine
  • sleeping pills (Ambien, Lunesta, Sonata)
  • chemotherapy pills
  • steroids
  • insulin
  • pain pills
  • methyldopa
  • Parkinson’s medications (scopolamine, atropine, glycopyrrolate)
  • lithium
  • blood pressure pills
  • beta blockers (especially those used for glaucoma)
  • heroin, morphine,codeine
  • tricyclic antidepressants
  • barbiturates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, phenobarbital)
  • antipsychotics ( Haldol, Mellaril)
  • interferons
  • benzodiazepines ( Valium, Xanax, Ativan, Dalmane)
  • epilepsy drugs( phenytoin or Dilantin)
  • naproxen