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Category: Lifestyles

Can A Good Night’s Sleep Kill Cancer Cells? Part 2 How Melatonin Boosts Cancer Therapy

Here’s a very interesting new study conducted at Tulane University that with very interesting findings study that led me to revisit the health benefits of melatonin. The researchers found melatonin offers particularly strong protection against reproductive cancers. In particular, it determined that Tamoixfen, a breast cancer drug when given to animals who slept well and had normal melatonin levels killed the cancer cells while those who didn’t do.

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Study Finds A Healthy Diet, Sleep and Exercise Disrupts the Negative Impacts of Stress

Are you taking good care of your health? Here’s a new study that once again confirms the that a healthy diet, a good night’s sleep and exercise can protect your body against the damages caused by stress.

A new study from UC San Francisco is the first to show that while the impact of life’s stressors accumulate overtime and accelerate cellular aging, these negative effects may be reduced by maintaining a healthy diet, exercising and sleeping well.

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Can A Good Night’s Sleep Kill Cancer Cells, Prevent Diabetes and Heart Disease? Part 1

What a silly question, you might logically conclude, but research indicates the significant role sleep plays and how a fascinating study now indicates the role sleep plays. Did you know that reading yourself to sleep or texting into the wee hours of the morning raise your risk of cancer? You bet it can. Exposing yourself to artificial light at night shuts down your body’s production of an important hormone called melatonin.

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Two Critical Keys to Having a Healthier Heart

During my own medical school education, there was a lot of buzz about the type A personality. This personality style describes people who are obsessed with time management and are high-achieving workaholics, rigidly organized, and status-conscious.

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Does Stress Trigger the Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease?

In 2013, Argentinean researchers presented evidence suggesting that stress may be a trigger for the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. The study found that 72 percent—nearly three out of four—Alzheimer’s patients had experienced severe emotional stress during the two years preceding their diagnosis.

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How to Transform Stress and Protect Your Body

I am very surprised, in one regard, despite having written about and talked to thousands of people about stress, that it seems to be getting worse instead of better. It seems like the pace of life is accelerating, and our minds aren’t keeping up with the challenges in a healthy way.

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