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Constantine Marakhov
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Stairway to heaven. Would you climb? :-)
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Beautiful capture +Constantine Marakhov ^_^
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Yes, I probably would :-)
 
 Would you consider to freeze your body
 in order to boost endorphins, hormones and general health..?!
                      Cryotherapy offers a solution, :)

#Cryotherapy is a hyper-cooling process that lowers a person's skin temperature to approximately 30˚ F / -1 C for a period of up to 2-3 minutes. This is achieved by enveloping the body with extremely cold air at temperatures ranging from -150˚ F/ -100 C to -320˚ F/ -195 C.

Health benefit:
#Metabolic Boost
#AntiAging and Skin Rejuvination
#Accelerates the body's ability to restore and recover as well as pre-workout benefits
#Injury therapy, #rehabilitation and #performance enhancement
#Treatment of #rheumatoid diseases
#Weight loss boost and #detox stimulation
#Cryotherapy to prevent cervical #cancer
Cryotherapy is used to treat fibromyalgia
#Mitigate headache-related pain
#Release of #endorphins, reduces #stress, #mood enhancer

Lately it has been used in advance veterinary medicine as well.

Read more: http://www.globalhealthlab.com/blogs/news/13762485-cryotherapy-would-you-try

#Elite #sportsmen have used it for long time for performance enhancement and #trauma recovery, also it being popular in #Japan, #Russia, #Germany and the #US

The #medical community has taken increasing interest in the use of therapeutic #hypothermia after significant medical emergencies. Research has included studies on #newborns experiencing #asphyxia at birth and in adults with #cardiac arrest.

#cryotherapy , #cooling , #freezing , #freez#health, #healthy , #healthyliving , #healthcare , #cryosaunas ,
  #TherapeuticHypothermia, #Hypothermia , #headache , #headacherelief , #headachesandmigraines , #headacheremedies #antiaging , #skincare , #cardiaccare , #cardiacarrest , #cardiaccelltherapy , #asphyxia , #veterinary , #cryoveteranery  

Watch the video: http://vimeo.com/82850582

Information and image credit: arabianbusiness, cryousa
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I always feel energized going from the house to the barn with no coat.
Our climate controlled lives aren't good for us.
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Cheval Blanc looks like the most popular name for the restaurant in France :-)
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..cheval noir aussi ;-)   +Constantine Marakhov danke fürs "circlen" !
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Back side of Hofbrauhaus, Munich
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Gorgeous,congratulations Constantine.!
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Another "tool" to get fat...
 
                Antibiotics link to Obesity - new study shows

#Antibiotics, recently linked to skyrocketing mental illness rates, are now being identified as a player in the soaring #obesity the rates around the globe.

What farmers know for decade, finally start to be recognized by official medicine…. 

Since 1940s, #scientists discovered that regular low doses of antibiotics increased "feed efficiency"— that is, they caused animals to put on more weight per pound of feed. No one understood why, but farmers seized on this unexpected benefit and today, 80% of all antibiotics sold in the United States are used in #animal agriculture.  

... and it turns out that antibiotics help with the fattening process in human as well.

Read more: http://www.globalhealthlab.com/blogs/news/13593141-antibiotics-make-you-gain-weight

Dr. Blaser explores the long-term consequences of heavy #antibiotic use on individuals and society, and draws clear (and disturbing) links between overuse of antibiotics and modern plagues including #diabetes, #obesity, IBS/ulcerative #colitis, #asthma, and escalating food #allergies

Recent European study showed that tiny levels of antibiotics could have an effect on #microorganisms. The researchers took some meat, subjected it to antibiotic residues near the US limit, and used a traditional technique to turn it into sausage, inoculating it with lactic-acid-producing bacteria.

In normal sausage making, the lactic acid from the starter bacteria spreads through the meat and kills pathogens like E. coli. The researchers found, though, that the antibiotic traces were strong enough to impede the starter bacteria, while still letting the E. coli flourish. In other words, even at very low levels, antibiotics can blast "good" bacteria—and promote deadly germs.


#health   #healthyliving   #drugs     #mentalillness , #mentalhealth  

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+Ted Rice  agree
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Grotto in Ferrette, Alcase. For coming Easter...
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this little shrine is most beautiful....be well....
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To drink or not to drink :-)
 
           Coffee and Health

Summary:
#Drinking up to 6 cups a day of coffee is not associated with increased risk of death from any cause, or death from cancer or cardiovascular disease.

#Some people may still want to consider avoiding coffee or switching to decaf, especially women who are #pregnant, or people who have a hard time controlling their blood #pressure or blood #sugar.

#It’s best to brew coffee with a paper filter, to remove a substance that causes increases in #LDL #cholesterol.

#Coffee may have potential health benefits, but more research needs to be done.

Drinking several cups of coffee daily appears to reduce the risk of #suicide in men and women by about 50%, according to a new study.

#Caffeine not only stimulates the central nervous system but may act as a mild #antidepressant by boosting production of certain #neurotransmitters in the #brain, including #serotonin, #dopamine, and #noradrenaline.

This could explain the lower risk of depression among coffee drinkers that had been found in past epidemiological studies, the researchers reported.

Do #tea and #coffee have similar beneficial effects?

A #study in #China has found that drinking large quantities of #Oolongtea — a liter a day—is beneficial for #glycemic control in people with #diabetes.
But research on tea in the U.S. has not shown the type of beneficial effect we see for #coffee, probably because people in the U.S.tend to drink tea that is weaker in strength and tend to drink less of it.

Information credit: Harvard School of Public Health, Jason Tham
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Alscace skies
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Ach du meine Liebe... the hills only a few clicks from an ancestral village.  Almost can hear the ancient voices calling... (Slick pic Mr. Marakhov).
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Chairs in Minsk airport. Just curious - what are the holes in the middle for? ;-)))
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Ease of silenced fart deployment
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I was always curious, who is drawing and approving airlines' safety booklets? Really some of the pictures look quite strange :-)))
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Men first ???
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