Do you find yourself spacing out often? Are you distracted or confused often? Do you feel like you are constantly moving through fog? If you are answering these questions with "yes," this article is for you. Though brain fog, also known as brain fatigue is not a disorder worth a doctor's visit, it is disorienting and difficult to deal with. It is also a warning that your brain is aging too quickly and you should take action .
Osteoporosis is beginning to become an epidemic, leading to 1.5 million bone fractures per year. Your bone health has a significant impact on the quality of your life. It is crucial that you take steps to improve your health. The traditional way of evaluating Osteoporosis is the standard bone density test. Although important to have completed, this test is static and only provides information on the amount of bone already lost. It does not provide data on the rate of your bone loss. Wouldn't it be useful to know how fast you are losing bone? Or how about if the treatment you are doing is slowing that bone loss rate down?
One hundred years ago, a Nobel Prize winner made the discovery of the thin barrier that covers and protects the brain. Since the discovery, we have learned this mesh of tightly joined cells, blood brain barrier, is highly particular in a healthy person. This barrier systematically transports the compounds back and forth through a very intricate system while keeping out most everything in the blood stream that can damage the brain. This including the pathogens, red and white blood cells, toxic proteins and heavy metals. "Leaky Brain" is going to be classified as accelerated aging and inflammation, below we are going to break down just what may be leading to Dementia.