What You Should Know About Heat Stroke and TIA Stroke

A sudden onset of confusion means that something is potentially going wrong with the brain. Almost all conditions that affect the brain are life-threatening. It might be caused by a tumor or low levels of oxygen in the cells of the cerebral cortex in your brain that affect your ability to think with your usual speed or clarity. It might also be caused by lowered blood sugar, as is the case of diabetes.

I'm still feeling confident. Even the PT teacher who passed me in the hall said I looked good and was moving good too. One kid said how come you're going so fast today? (as I walked them from the gym). Even if it is temporary, I know that I can get it back with tapping. That's a good feeling. I thank you so much. It helped to have someone do it with me and come up with the phrases. And winter is almost over...no more snow to fall down in! Thank you very much. I'll write after a month has passed. Gratefully,

Genes are like light switches. Your lifestyle, environment, supplements, habits and medications can turn them on or off. You are not at the fate of your genes, Your genetic blueprint can assist you and your doctor in personalized care. You can determine your risk as well as the best preventive or treatment strategies Invest in your health by consulting with a physician who has expertise in personalized medicine. You can prevent heart attacks and prevent strokes if you act before it occurs.

Tip #1: Kick from your coreWhile other strokes, like the freestyle and backstroke, rely on a strong, hip-powered kick, the butterfly's dolphin kick works far better when it originates from the core. When mastered, the stroke's unique undulation helps swimmers propel forward with a greater amount of power and ease. And while having a strong core is essential in every stroke, it's especially important when swimming the butterfly.

Having trouble speaking and understanding occurs when the brain cells in the area of the broca, wernicke and angular ayrus in the left hemisphere area begin to die because they stop getting the oxygen and nutrients they need to function.

Antioxidant rich foods are wonderful! Think of those plant based foods that are vibrant in color and full of flavor. That color and distinct taste are often a result of the phytochemicals, aka antioxidants. What do these antioxidants do for you? They help scavange free radicals so they aren't left to do damage to your arteries or other organs. They essentially neutralize them. Since inflammation in the body tends to increase free radicals, antixodants are very important for heart disease. Good food choices? Colorful berries (think blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, etc), grapes, legumes, nuts, seeds, whole grains, all types of vegetables, green tea, and even coffee. But this list is certainly not exhaustive. All plant foods have some sort of antioxidant component (and many of them work synergistically together), so eat a wide variety of plant based foods and you can't go wrong.