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Amare mental wellness business incentive trip to Riviera Maya

Help those with metabolic health issues and build a business on the side in the area of mental health with Amare. Join here Text Connie 408-854-1883 to start with a stronger wellness business. Call about the trip incentive with Amare , 408-854-1883 , as business owner in this wellness business (in the USA and Mexico,Continue reading “Amare mental wellness business incentive trip to Riviera Maya”

Mycobacteria,  schizophrenic, epileptic and Osteomyelitis

Immunoelectrophoresis – Semantic Scholar https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/55eb/2fccdb6b1d46a72224a21b6d939204e7d84c.pdf by DB ROBERTS – ‎Cited by 43 – ‎Related articles Cell extracts from four species of mycobacteria, Mycobacterium tuberculosis (four strains), M. bovis strain BCG, M. scrofulaceum, and M. phlei, were assayed by 2D-IEPwith four …… alized chronic schizophrenic and epileptic patients. J. Neurol. Species Identification of Mycobacteria by PCR-Restriction Fragment … https://jcm.asm.org/content/38/8/2966 by H Lee –Continue reading “Mycobacteria,  schizophrenic, epileptic and Osteomyelitis”

Music therapy for all health issues

MUSIC THERAPY IN ACTION Music has shown positive effects in a variety of patient populations for improving symptoms related to different diseases and disorders. Here’s a sampling of some of the more common uses of music therapy. PATIENT POPULATION NONMUSIC BEHAVIORS Autism spectrum disorder Movement, communication, speech and language, social skills, attention, cognition, activities ofContinue reading “Music therapy for all health issues”

How the digestive tract communicates with the brain

SOME GUT FEELINGS ARE A RED FLAG NEUROSCIENCE NEWSMARCH 21, 2018 Researchers report gut-to-brain signals can influence emotions, mood and decision making, prompting people to avoid situations that make them feel uneasy.… READ MORE… FEATUREDNEUROSCIENCEPSYCHOLOGY4 MIN READ TOP 20 NEUROSCIENCE NEWS STORIES OF 2017 NEUROSCIENCE NEWSJANUARY 2, 2018 2018 is almost upon us. We thought itContinue reading “How the digestive tract communicates with the brain”

MS and Sphingomyelin in blood for early detection

As a result of the autoimmune disease multiple sclerosis (MS), the myelin sheath of neuronal cells in the brain and spinal cord is degraded, resulting in loss of signal transduction capability. MS patients exhibit upregulation of certain cytokines in the cerebrospinal fluid, particularly tumor necrosis factor alpha. This activates sphingomyelinase, an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of sphingomyelin to ceramide; sphingomyelinase activity has been observed in conjunction with cellular apoptosis.

Reduce stress to slow aging and Alzheimer’s – Dementia

TIA1 is a 3’UTR mRNA binding protein that can bind the 5’TOP sequence of 5’TOP mRNAs. It is associated with programmed cell death (apoptosis) and regulates alternative splicing of the gene encoding the Fas receptor, an apoptosis-promoting protein.[1] Under stress conditions, TIA1 localizes to cellular RNA-protein conglomerations called stress granules.

Calm worries and increase cognitive flexibility with exercise and nutrition

The Anterior Cingulate Gyrus (ACG)  affects you when it works too hard and you are over 50 years old with chronic stress and poor nutrition. Nutrition, sunshine, volunteering, whole foods, massage, caregivers and physical exercise can help calm worries and cognitive flexibility. It increases your energy and can distract you from thoughts that loop around your mind.

Genetic Factors in Depression

Genetic factors involved in depression have been difficult to identify. In 2003 Science published an influential[1] study of Avshalom Caspi et al. who found that a gene-environment interaction (GxE) may explain why life stress is a predictor for depressive episodes in some individuals, but not in others, depending on an allelic variation of the serotonin-transporter-linked promoter region (5-HTTLPR).[2] Soon after, the results wereContinue reading “Genetic Factors in Depression”

Aging in Place in Gentrifying Neighborhoods, mental health

Aging in Place in Gentrifying Neighborhoods: Implications for Physical and Mental Health Richard J Smith, MSW, PhD Amanda J Lehning, MSW, PhD Kyeongmo Kim, MSW, PhD Gerontologist gnx105. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/geront/gnx105 Published: Abstract Background and Objectives In the United States, the older adult population and the proportion of neighborhoods experiencing gentrification are both growing. However, thereContinue reading “Aging in Place in Gentrifying Neighborhoods, mental health”