Melatonin and its potential help for Ebola sufferers

IAS News 21 January 2015 | 0 Comments

Melatonin has long been linked to helping with sleep patterns, by keeping the circadian rhythm in check. However it does have several other beneficial uses that are rarely thought about. This particular blog will take a look at how it may help those who have been infected with the Ebola virus. It is thought that…
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The link between Melatonin levels and type 2 diabetes

IAS News 9 May 2013 | 0 Comments

Melatonin is perhaps better known to many of you reading this as a hormone that aids with sleeping patterns. However did you know that low levels of melatonin could lead to a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes? A quick review of Melatonin will show that levels usually peak about 3-5 hours after we…
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Age-related Macular Degeneration and Grapes?

IAS News 29 March 2013 | 0 Comments

Age-related macular degeneration affects millions of people worldwide, these are mainly over the age of 75, of which over a third are affected. The two forms, wet and dry, affect people in different ways. Dry occurs in almost 90% of the cases, and is difficult to recognize due to its slow development. Wet happens much…
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Sleep quality is directly linked to diet

IAS News 22 March 2013 | 0 Comments

Everyone knows that not getting enough zzzzz’s can impact on many aspects of daily life: including eating habits, appetite, weight gain and several other metabolic functions, but any connection between diet and how well someone sleeps is a relative unknown. 4,500 people were evaluated, and many links were found between dietary pattern and the amount…
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Melatonin and Exercise key combination for helping with Alzheimer’s

IAS News 28 November 2012 | 0 Comments

Alzheimer’s disease affects many millions of people and finding way that may improve the outlook or help those who are suffering is a big project. By combining melatonin and exercise researchers at Barcelona Biomedical Research Institute (IIBB), in collaboration with the University of Granada and the Autonomous University of Barcelona have found that they have…
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The Dark Truth behind a Good Night’s Sleep with Daily Sleeping Pills

IAS News 28 June 2012 | 3 Comments

In startling new research on the dangers of sleeping pills led by Daniel Kripke from the Scripps Clinic Viterbi Family Sleep Centre in La Jolla, CA, it was found that the daily consumption of hypnotics or sleeping pills in the night can cost a person’s life! Read the full news report. So why endanger your life…
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Sleep Disorders and dependence on synthetic sleep aides on the Rise

IAS News,Videos 9 June 2012 | 1 Comment

Sleep Disorders and dependence on synthetic sleep aides on the Rise

Although it’s no surprise that our modern 24 hour lifestyles plus recession, rising stress, junk food diets and light pollution to name but a few are causing disruption to our sleeping patterns and many more of us are suffering from insomnia. It was with deep frustration that we read that the National Health Service in…
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Hydrogen in Water May Hold the Key to Many Health Problems and Concerns

IAS News,Videos 18 May 2012 | 1 Comment

According to new research conducted by scientists from across the globe especially those in China and Japan, the answer to many health problems prevalent in our society today may lie in the hydrogen present in the water that we drink. While we all are well aware of the benefits of drinking water for stronger health…
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