6. Sugar Craving Now and then, most of us crave to eat something sweet or indulge in comfort foods, even though we know that it is unhealthy. However, if you feel like you have been craving for sugary foods all the time, it could also be an indication of a slow metabolism. Slow metabolism causes your blood sugar level to drop, causing this particular symptom. Sugar craving can also be a symptom of diabetes and tests must be conducted to determine the exact cause. … [Read more...] about Do You Have These 9 Silent Signs Of A Slow Metabolism?
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Is The Indo-Mediterranean Diet Good For Your Heart? The study, which analysed the role of nutrition in the management of heart failure with respect to the Indo-Mediterranean diet analysed the behavioural risk factors, food intakes, fatty acid intake and on the ratio of polyunsaturated fatty acid/flavonoid intake; and the results suggested the following : … [Read more...] about Indo-Mediterranean Diet And Heart Health: What Is The Link?
The diaphragm is a flat muscle between the chest and stomach. It moves downward and allows the lungs to fill the air for breathing in and moves upwards to force out air from the lungs. When diaphragm gets irritated due to some factors, it forcefully moves backwards, allowing a lot of air to suck through the throat thus, hitting the vocal card that producing 'hic' sound. … [Read more...] about Natural Remedies And Simple Tricks To Stop Hiccups
Techniques, tactics, and technologies in subject control and self-defense baffle the world of police officers well before they baffle the general public—especially when definitive guidelines and application principles are not given or understood. For example, many control techniques lead to pain responses if executed with subject resistance. Continuing or exceeding this use of control beyond compliance becomes problematic from a legal standpoint. That is, once applied, has the subject now become a threat? Are they belligerent? Pepper sprays conducted energy weapons (taser), and batons, which are functional and reasonable, do not control individuals but subdue them and incapacitate them to the point that physical control (hands-on) can be established. … [Read more...] about Police Use of Force: Not Always For Public Consumption
Overall, the authors found many adults with ADHD didn’t sleep that well and were rated as sleepier than controls during the attention tasks. Perhaps more importantly, however, the association between sleepiness and poorer cognitive performance remained significant even after controlling for levels of ADHD symptoms. In other words, some of their attention problems evident in these tasks seemed to be related to their sleepiness and not any intrinsic concentration problem. Interestingly, however, the major EEG deviations such as frontal lobe “slowing” were found to be most related to ADHD status, although also showed some associations with sleepiness. … [Read more...] about How Much Do Sleep Problems Underlie ADHD Symptoms?