dr chris kessler
The brain coordinates information from the eyes, the inner ear, and the body's sense to maintain balance. If the cells of that part of the brain get damaged in result of depleted oxygen will cause dizziness and loss of balance.
It's been almost a month since our tapping session. I'm pleased to report that I'm still balanced and taking longer strides. No snow and ice helps but I'm definitely improved. I've tapped by myself several times but your session started me off on the right track. Thank you.
You either love it or you hate it. The butterfly. It's the hardest stroke to master, yet has one of the most passionate followings. The most decorated Olympian of all time, Michael Phelps, won 4 of his 11 gold medals swimming the fly. Not to mention that the powerful stroke came in handy when he won 4 other medals in the Individual Medley. But if your butterfly is far from Olympic standards, take a closer look at the stroke, tweak your form and try again. With a few adjustments (and a whole lot of practice), you can master the butterfly.
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.
Protein is obviously an essential part of our diet. While higher fat meats aren't necessarily unhealthy if part of a balanced diet, they can lead to weight gain which is not what you want if at risk for heart disease. Lean protein therefore is ideal because it's not typically excessive in calories and helps keep your blood glucose stable, thereby helping you maintain a healthy weight. Make sure to have some sort of protein source with each meal. Healthy options include lean chicken, pork, grass fed beef, seafood, organic soy/tofu, low sugar dairy products and nuts/seeds.
About 39 percent increase in stroke-related depression was monitored with those women who took an antidepressant medication such as the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor like Zoloft.