Monthly Archives: August 2020

  1. “Old Hag Syndrome” - The Sleep Paralysis

    Sleep Paralysis

    People often get such terrifying experiences because they seem to have full control over their senses even after they are paralyzed. The condition is sometimes accompanied by the sound of approaching footsteps, strange smells, and visions of weird shadows or sparkling eyes, and a heavyweight on the chest that makes it difficult to breathe, if not impossible. All of the senses of the victim are telling that there's something unusual going around with them. Rather than ghosts or demons, scientists also have an explanation for the condition. They call it - "Sleep paralysis" or sometimes "Isolated Sleep Paralysis".

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  2. 15 Things That Women Want Men To Know In Bed

    15 Things That Women Want Men To Know In Bed

    Well, do you know what your girl secretly wants in bed? This isn’t a big mystery! Keep things smooth and try harder so that it is pleasurable for both of you - not only in bed but also outside it. Keep this thing in mind and help your relationship attain new heights.

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  3. Lifestyle Factors Responsible For Erectile Dysfunction

    Lifestyle Factors Responsible For Erectile Dysfunction

    Erectile dysfunction is a common problem that can affect the sexual life of a man. Mostly these sexual disorders occur in men who are aged 55 or above. But in recent times, studies have found various other factors also responsible for this problem. Often many problems affect mens health. One of the most common problems is erectile dysfunction.

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  4. Ultimate Guide To Your Maternity Leave To-Do List

    maternity leaves to do list

    What exactly is maternity leave what should be your to-do list? We have answered all your questions regarding taking time off work after giving birth, including the number of weeks you're entitled to, how much you can ask for, and more. There are some companies that may not offer any maternity or paternal leave, and even if they do, you may not be eligible for it. Here is everything you need to know to protect and understand your maternity and paternal leave rights.

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  5. Abortion Guide- Know The Types, Recovery and Cost

    abortion guide

    Abortion is legal in the United States and other countries during the first trimester of pregnancy. The first trimester refers to the first twelve weeks of pregnancy. Only a few states allow abortions upto the 24th week of pregnancy, while others disallow it after 20 weeks. In extreme cases, an abortion can be performed even in the third trimester - only if either the life of the baby or the mother is in danger. 

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  6. Myths About HIV AIDS To Watch Out For

    Myths About HIV AIDS To Watch Out For

    Human immunodeficiency virus ( HIV) targets the immune system and weakens people's defense against many infections and certain types of cancer. As the virus destroys and impairs the function of immune cells, infected individuals gradually become immunocompromised. Immune function is usually measured by the CD4 cell count.

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  7. What Will Happen If You Are Allergic To Alcohol

    Alcohol allergy

    After reaching the legal age of drinking one more thing adds to your list which you need to take care off. Do you know, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 86.3% or even more U.S citizen above the age of 18 years have consumed alcohol at some of the time in their life

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  8. Foods Essential For Your Heart To Remain Healthy

    Foods Essential For Your Heart To Remain Healthy

    Despite the fact that you may realize that eating certain foods can increase your heart disease risk, it is often hard to change your eating habits. Healthy eating for a healthy heart is an essential way to lower your risk of heart disease and stroke. Did you know? Heart disease is the number one cause of death for American women. On the other hand, stroke is the number third cause of death.

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    Elimination diet

    An elimination diet is the type of diet that involves removing certain food items from your diet which you suspect your body cannot tolerate well. Those food items are later re-introduced one at a time, while you search for the signs and symptoms which result in a reaction. It lasts for about 5 to 6 weeks and is used to help the ones with a sensitive gut, the ones who have lactose intolerance or food intolerance or food allergies to identify which foods are contributing to their signs and symptoms.

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