A global push to slow the spread of the coronavirus has put more than 1.7 billion people confined to their homes. All of these people need some simple treatments they can do. The perfect treatments for coronavirus need to be safe, widely available, inexpensive, easy to administer and of course effective. The good news is … Continue reading CO2 Treatments for Coronavirus
Source: Natural Remedies for Anxiety: 8 Tips to Find Relief by Dr. Edward Group The funny thing about anxiety is that it can come even when you are generally happy. Anxiety symptoms often show up as pressure in your chest, shallow breathing, a racing heart rate, or scattered thoughts. No matter the cause or how it … Continue reading Natural Remedies for Anxiety: 8 Tips to Find Relief
Source: Self-Care While Social Distancing: 12 Ideas & Tips by Dr. Edward Group Health experts are recommending "social distancing" — staying home and going out only for essentials. Some people relish the idea, while others get a bit stir-crazy, even as we know it’s for the greater good. Uncertain times like these can feel stressful. … Continue reading Self-Care While Social Distancing: 12 Ideas & Tips
Finally the second edition of my Transdermal Magnesium Therapy book is out and available on Amazon and on my publisher’s site in hardcover, paperback and in E-Book form. You can even get the book for free with a special promotion to celebrate the launch of the book. (See below for details) It is now five years since I started writing … Continue reading Transdermal Magnesium Therapy
Source: Feeling Stressed? Try These Essential Oils for Anxiety by Dr. Edward Group "Stop and smell the roses" is one of the most famous sayings of all time, yet did you know that there’s medicine in those words? Delightful floral aromas bring joy, peace, happy memories — and even good health. Whether rose, lavender, or … Continue reading Feeling Stressed? Try These Essential Oils for Anxiety
Impaired sleep is a common issue that plagues many people. Not getting enough rest can lead to moodiness, cognitive decline, increased anxiety, and difficulty concentrating or remembering things. It’s estimated that 50-70 million adults in the US have sleep or wakefulness disorder, according to the CDC. But, for something so crucial to our lives, sleep is … Continue reading Could Poor Sleep and Histone Modification Degrade Your Memory?
Source: Got Happiness? Learn How to Boost Dopamine & Create Your Own Joy! by Dr. Edward Group What does happiness mean to you? We all know money can’t buy it, and not even the most enterprising of entrepreneurs have figured out how to bottle it. No matter how hard they try, experts can’t seem to crack … Continue reading Got Happiness? Learn How to Boost Dopamine & Create Your Own Joy!
Despite the countless destructive health consequences and carcinogenic properties of cigarette smoke, the CDC estimates that 40 million adults in the United States currently smoke cigarettes. The toxic chemicals are capable of causing damage to nearly every organ in the body and can lead to the development of cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, and cancer. Researchers continue to … Continue reading Nicotine Could Cause Epigenetic Changes to Testes and Compromise Fertility
Source: How to Lose Stubborn Belly Fat The Natural Way by Dr. Edward Group If you're like me you know that stubborn belly fat as you get older is harder and harder to get rid of. So, today I'm going to share with you some of my tips, techniques, and methods so that you can reactivate … Continue reading How to Lose Stubborn Belly Fat The Natural Way
It’s possible that someone’s occupation could have an influence on their epigenetic signature and potentially their well-being. Some people may prefer to work in a steady office environment, some take up graveyard shifts, and others might enjoy working outdoors. All of these occupational settings may have consequences for an individual’s mental and physical health and … Continue reading Epigenetic Differences Found between Office Workers and Nickel Smelting Workers