Function of the Vagus Nerve

Human Beings have an Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) that is actually comprised of three separate subsystems, the Parasympathetic Nervous System (PNS), the Sympathetic Nervous System (SNS) and the Enteric Nervous System (ENS). The enteric nervous system has been described as a "second brain," which communicates with the central nervous system (CNS) through the parasympathetic (e.g., … Continue reading Function of the Vagus Nerve

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Leong, Syed and Lorscheider 2001 degeneration of neuron structures following exposure to mercury

Christopher C. W. Leong, Naweed I. Syed and Fritz L. Lorscheider, 2001, Retrograde degeneration of neurite membrane structural integrity of nerve growth cones following in vitro exposure to mercury - Neuroreport, Vol 12 No 4, 733-737. Related Post Mercury in our Food More information on mercury toxicity The Possible Role of Mercury Silver Amalgam Fillings … Continue reading Leong, Syed and Lorscheider 2001 degeneration of neuron structures following exposure to mercury

Interview with Dr. Thomas M. Rau, Medical Director of the Swiss Paracelsus Clinic by Electromagnetichealth.org

Thomas M. Rau is the medical director of the Swiss Paracelsus Clinic. It is world famous for understanding of the root causes of diseases and better outcomes for patients. The Clinic sees 3,000 EHS patients from 10,000 patients that they see annually. Following is a transcribed interview by electromagnetichealth.org and emrstop.org. The transcribers say: This … Continue reading Interview with Dr. Thomas M. Rau, Medical Director of the Swiss Paracelsus Clinic by Electromagnetichealth.org

Parkinson’s Disease: Could Pesticides Be a Cause?

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a movement disorder that generally impairs speech and motor skills and is characterized by tremors and muscular rigidity. There is still a lot to learn about the symptoms and effects of Parkinson’s disease, but recently, a new study concluded with interesting results. How Is Parkinson’s Disease Contracted? There are many forms … Continue reading Parkinson’s Disease: Could Pesticides Be a Cause?

What is Salidroside? 5 Ways it Promotes Health

It’s no surprise that plants are the starting point for many, many natural and herbal remedies. But have you ever stopped to think why that is? What’s in them that gives them the juice? In the past few years, science has been able to identify and understand the bioactive compounds found in therapeutic plants. Rhodiola … Continue reading What is Salidroside? 5 Ways it Promotes Health

5 Herbs and Spices for Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease, a chronic, degenerative disorder of the nervous system, results from dopamine-producing brain cell deficiency. Rather than spend time and money on allopathic treatments that can often do more harm than good, there are natural remedies you can take that may effectively combat Parkinson’s. In particular, herbs and spices for Parkinson’s disease are among … Continue reading 5 Herbs and Spices for Parkinson’s Disease

Are You At Risk for Vitamin D Deficiency?

Despite the positive discoveries related to the benefits of vitamin D, a number of questions remain. Many experts are still unsure as to the extent vitamin D deficiency plays in disease development. [1] Many experts also disagree on whether or not supplementation or sun exposure is best. And, there are differing opinions on how much … Continue reading Are You At Risk for Vitamin D Deficiency?

9 Incredible Health Benefits of Folate

Folate, or vitamin B9, is one of many essential vitamins. You may also be familiar with folic acid as a form of folate; folic acid is the synthetic version used for food fortification and supplements. Folate is important because it plays a role in DNA synthesis and repair. It encourages cell and tissue growth. In … Continue reading 9 Incredible Health Benefits of Folate