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One Exercise Lowers Blood Pressure Better than Drugs

In All Health Watch, Fitness and Exercise, General Health by INH Research0 Comments

Just about every person dealing with high blood pressure knows that exercise can help. But a fascinating study shows that one kind of workout can reduce hypertension near twice as much as prescription medications. 

The research was presented at the European Society of Cardiology conference in Munich.

Scientists divided 60 volunteers with hypertension into groups. Some did simple yoga poses. Others did stretching, relaxation, or deep breathing exercises.Read More

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This Simple Eating Trick Speeds Metabolism

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, General Health, Gut Health by INH Research0 Comments

Lots of people exercise hungry. They figure that if their stomach is empty while they work out, their body will start to burn fat and they’ll lose weight. 

So they wait until after they exercise to eat. 

A recent study shows this strategy is a mistake. 

Several colleges in the U.K. conducted research into the effects of eating in the morning before exercising.Read More

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The Worst-Case Scenario for Diabetics

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, Featured Article by INH Research0 Comments

Type 2 diabetes can destroy your quality of life in many ways. It can cause severe fatigue, erectile dysfunction, vision loss, hearing impairment, heart disease, and even Alzheimer’s. 

But the common diabetes complication that is most feared may be the loss of a limb.  

When type 2 diabetes progresses, patients often suffer neuropathy. This is nerve and circulation damage caused by high blood sugar. Read More

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Strengthen Your Vision with These 2 Antioxidants

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Vision by INH Research0 Comments

Getting old is no picnic. But the worst of it may be failing eyesight. 

Having to use reading glasses is the least of it.  

Many of us will also have to deal with cataract surgery. Or our night vision will deteriorate. Driving may become dangerous. 

Some of us will also have to fight age-related macular degeneration or glaucoma, the two leading causes of blindness.Read More