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How to use melatonin to fight jet lag

How to Use Melatonin to Fight Jet Lag

Last updated on July 19th, 2016Jet lag disorder is clinically classified as one of the six circadian rhythm sleep disorders. Circadian rhythm sleep disorders are formally defined as persistent or recurrent patterns of sleep disturbance due to alterations in the circadian timekeeping system or a misalignment between the circadian rhythm and exogenous factors that affect […]

Vitamin B12 and Senility

Vitamin B12 and Senility

Last updated on July 19th, 2016Diabetic patients with diabetic neuropathy may be suffering from neuropathy not because the high blood sugar has damaged the nerves but instead because the elevated blood sugar levels have impaired the absorption of vitamin B12 in the gastrointestinal tract. Vitamin B12 is vital if you want to have healthy peripheral […]

How Can Selenium Help the Thyroid?

How Can Selenium Help the Thyroid?

Last updated on June 18th, 2016Selenium is a micronutrient that generally has a positive effect on our immunity. Many studies have proven Selenium to be beneficial to most immune responses in our body. Like the armed forces that branches into the army, the navy and air force, our bodies have different groups of defence mechanisms […]

Coenzyme Q 10: A little Known Supplement That Yields Big Results

Last updated on June 19th, 2016Diabetes is a progressively increasing menace and is a consequence of the modern lifestyle. According to WHO, there are 422 million adult diabetics in the world1. In spite of many drugs available in the market, to control diabetes and its complications, the search for newer and better treatment continues. One […]

Pantothenic Acid: A New Combination For Treating Polyneuropathy

Symptoms of Diabetic Shock

Last updated on June 19th, 2016It is possible to get peripheral neuropathy or polyneuropathy from a nutritional deficiency. There are several deficiencies that can ultimately cause polyneuropathy and it can be difficult to identify the actual cause of why the person has polyneuropathy. In polyneuropathy, several nerves in the body become inflamed, resulting in parasthesias […]

Insulin Types

Insulin Types

Last updated on July 19th, 2016When insulin was first developed, animal sources of insulin were used, particularly bovine or porcine insulin (from cattle or pigs).  There were many complications of using these types of insulin, including allergies to animal insulin.  It was then when human insulin was described and was synthesized in the laboratory. In […]

Insulin Injection Sites

Insulin Injection Sites

Last updated on June 19th, 2016If you use insulin, you will have various injection sites for use in injecting exogenous insulin.  The most common site for injecting insulin is the stomach or abdomen.  Other common areas include the upper part of the arms, the upper aspect of the hips or buttocks, and the outer aspect […]

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