Read up on the latest information and knowledge concerning overall health, Osteoporosis and general advice on living younger, for longer.
You have surely heard that most of us use just 10 per cent of our brain, a figure that is quickly followed by the ‘What If’ scenario in which we ponder how much better we would do if we could use, say, 50 per cent of our brain, or perhaps even more.
“A Multiple Centre, Prospective Open Labelled Study to Evaluate Safety and Efficacy of Cal20 Tablets a Nutraceutical Formulation in postmenopausal females with Osteoporosis” Proyurveda Clinical
Being a couch potato is not our natural state which is why the body needs to be reminded every day to keep our muscles strong. It is the same for the brain – daily exercise stimulates the development of new brain tissue (BDNF).
We spend around a third of our lives sleeping and, despite extensive research, this habit remains one of life’s great mysteries. Science does not quite understand how we fall asleep, and we are only starting to learn about the vital activities that take place when we are sleeping. Sleep, it turns out, is essential for re-organising what we have learned and studied during the day. It is much more than that too.
Your body needs calcium to build and maintain strong bones and to carry out many important functions. According to the National Institute of Health in Maryland USA, almost all calcium in the body is stored in your bones and teeth, resulting in their structure and hardiness.