Do you take Anticholinergics regularly? You may be increasing your risk for developing Dementia, according to this study. What are anticholinergics? These are medications used to relieve asthma attacks and reduce spasm of smooth muscle tissue - like the muscles that make up your airways, digestive tract or urinary system. Asthmatics regularly use anticholinergics like... Continue Reading →
South Africans love to Barbecue. We've even sealed this love with a National Holiday devoted to the practice, and celebrate the act of cooking food on an open fire as a cultural pastime that most of us share. And we are not alone. In almost every part of the world, there is something 'romantic' about... Continue Reading →
The post copied below from an online forum is a typical response of parents and others who think that their health issues have nothing to do with their breathing pattern. This is an almost knee jerk reaction, and many parents do not realize the aim is not to criticize but to educate them about the... Continue Reading →
Buteyko seeks to address breathing patterns and bring them to "Normal". Thus, Buteyko is a practice, not a prescription. This is because breathing patterns are behaviour patterns, and sometimes, behaviour patterns can cause big challenges in life. To correct any behaviour, you first have to: 1. recognize the issue exists; 2. have awareness of why... Continue Reading →
How Your Tongue Is Responsible For Your Face...