8. May treat hearing problems Leech therapy is used for treating sudden hearing loss, acute and chronic inflammation of the ear and tinnitus. A study talks about the leech therapy in which two leeches were used; one behind the ear and one on front of the ear (near the jaw). The procedure was carried out 2-3 times at intervals of 3-4 days and improvement was observed in the aforementioned conditions.  … [Read more...] about What Is Leech Therapy? Proven Health Benefits And Side Effects
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Taurus: 20 April - 20 May Today will be the beginning of the day. You can get some good news in the morning. Talking about work, if you do a private job, then you will have pressure on work. On the other hand, people engaged in government jobs are also going to be very busy. It will be better for you to focus on your actions with a calm mind. Today's businessmen can get good results. If you want to take a loan for your business, today you can get success in your endeavor. Today is the day for you to be mixed in terms of money. You are advised to spend thoughtfully. Today there are going to be small health related problems. You will get full support of your spouse in solving any serious domestic issue. … [Read more...] about Daily Horoscope: 26 January 2021
There is in fact considerable evidence for ADHD being one end of a continuum rather than a discrete entity.23 Even the brain imaging and genetic findings associated with ADHD are consistent with a continuum model.24 This does not negate the distress and impairment of functioning associated with more severe symptoms,25 nor the need for and value of treatment. But it does inevitably mean that there will always be debate about what degree of symptoms (or perhaps we should say of traits) warrants treatment. It also means that the “treatments” can legitimately be understood as performance enhancers, improving the functioning of individuals with a short attention span. … [Read more...] about Is ADHD a Real Disorder or One End of a Normal Continuum?
It is generally recommended that people begin light therapy in the early fall and continue to use it through the spring. It is also usually best when the light is used in the morning soon after awakening. As noted above, it is important to avoid looking at the light directly. So simply putting it on a table or a desk while having breakfast, checking email, reading the paper, putting on cosmetics, or using your phone is perfectly fine to do. In fact, any way you can integrate using the light into your morning routine will help establish the consistency of use that is important for optimum therapeutic benefits. … [Read more...] about ‘Tis the Season to Be… Not Jolly
Dry January started several decades ago in Finland as part of a post-WWII effort to help the Finnish public control their alcohol use. In 2013, the UK and other European countries re-launched it as a public health initiative to encourage people to take a break from alcohol for the 31 days of January. … [Read more...] about Dry January: What Is It, and Why You Should Try It