There are dozens of different types of headaches. But most are caused primarily by excess pressure in the tiny capillaries that feed the brain. And this pressure is caused by impurities in the blood-stream,
which not only block the tiny capillaries, but also deprive the brain of oxygen and glucose. Oriental
medicine can effectively reduce these kinds of headaches. The following anecdote illustrates just how
well it works.
I saw them beaten and bruised. One cradled a broken arm and
the other had a black eye. You might think that I am describing two boxers who just went 12 rounds.
But no, they are two women in their 90’s who have fallen recently in their seniors' residence.
Unfortunately, these ladies are not alone. In fact, many thousands of seniors fall and are
injured—some quite severely—everyday in Canada. This shocked me.
Q:What suggestions can you offer to improve a low sperm count or poor-quality sperm?
A: In addition to herbal remedies, there are some practical approaches to consider. First and foremost, a balanced diet containing ample amounts of protein and nutrients should be maintained. Avoid smoking, coffee, and alcohol.
If you are overweight, loose at least 20 pounds. Do not consume fatty, fried, and greasy foots, and
lower your intake of sugar and dairy products. Get plenty of rest.
The following supplements have shown positive effects on sperm production and count: vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, and L-arginine. Vitamin C counteracts the clumping or
sticking together of the ejaculated sperm. Vitamin E helps correct the functioning of the endocrine
glands. Zinc increases both sperm count and sperm motility.
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