CLE Holistic Health Blog

Keeping Depressed College Students From Committing Suicide 

Posted December 14, 2015 Mood Effex Suicide text

For some youths, College is not a time of joyously spreading their wings; but, rather, it becomes for them a time of coping with serious Depression, from feeling lost, lonely, confused, anxious, inadequate, and stressed. Too many of them seriously consider Suicide as one way out of their misery; and too many of those actually … Continue reading Keeping Depressed College Students From Committing Suicide 

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Smoking Is Slow-Motion Suicide

Posted December 10, 2015 Smoke

Even if you smoke just because you Enjoy The Taste of Fine Tobacco, and you don’t believe that you’re actually hooked on a lethal unhealthy habit, you still should be aware that Lung Cancer isn’t the only way that your Enjoyment Of Fine Tobacco can make you croak. What are the health risks of smoking? … Continue reading Smoking Is Slow-Motion Suicide

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What Do Your Blood-Pressure Numbers Mean?

Posted December 5, 2015 Manometer for Blood Pressure Measurement

In order to manage your blood pressure and thereby to stay alive longer, you don’t have to become a doctor or a nurse. But you do have to wrap your mind around how your blood pressure is measured, and what the measurement numbers mean. How Is Your Blood Pressure Measured? First of all, ‘blood pressure’ … Continue reading What Do Your Blood-Pressure Numbers Mean?

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Yes, Your Mood Does Affect Your Blood Pressure

Posted December 4, 2015 Two Kids playing at the beach

Anecdotally, peoples’ blood-pressure readings — especially those for systolic blood pressure — can bounce around quite a lot according to their moods, by as much as 25 mm/Hg or even 50 mm/Hg. Readings for diastolic blood pressure are, anecdotally, a lot less volatile. Recent research seems to bear these hypotheses out. Differences Between Systolic and … Continue reading Yes, Your Mood Does Affect Your Blood Pressure

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Winter’s Coming in North America. How’s Your Vitamin D3 Doing?

Posted December 2, 2015 Vitamin D written On The Sand

Thanksgiving and Daylight Savings Time are over and done with for 2015 here in North America, and apparently also in the United Kingdom. But your body still needs healthy amounts of Vitamin-D-complex Vitamins, particularly of Vitamin D3, to function as it should. Vitamin D Deficit A little Review: The further North you live, the less … Continue reading Winter’s Coming in North America. How’s Your Vitamin D3 Doing?

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Pets’ Lifespan: As Your Pet Grows Older

Posted November 24, 2015 Dogs' Lifespan

Household companion pets — dogs, cats, and ferrets — often seem to respond to human emotions, and can become like family members for their owners. Alas, their lifespans are a lot shorter than human lifespans. They age in many of the same ways as we humans do, but at a much faster rate. As is … Continue reading Pets’ Lifespan: As Your Pet Grows Older

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Try Some Home Cooking

Posted November 20, 2015 Reduce Type II Diabetes with healthy food

Do Eating Habits Affect the Risk of Developing Type II Diabetes? Do you usually eat your midday meal and evening meal at home? Or are you constantly in a rush, gobbling fast-food meals on the run? A new large-scale Harvard University study, by Geng Zong and some of his colleagues at Harvard’s T. H. Chan … Continue reading Try Some Home Cooking

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Your Body Needs Zinc

Posted November 17, 2015 Zinc Benefits

Zinc is probably not thought of by most people as an important nutrient — although it certainly is. Elderly Americans may remember handling the grey ‘zinc pennies’ during the time of the Second World War, but they may not realize that these WW II ‘zinc pennies’ were actually zinc-plated steel and weren’t mostly zinc by … Continue reading Your Body Needs Zinc

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A New Lower Goal for Your Blood Pressure?

Posted November 9, 2015 Lower Blood pressure

Every so often, medical conventional wisdom changes just a bit, often because some new study gets published that seems to have been well done. That seems to be happening currently with respect to ‘optimal’ human blood pressure. Blood Pressure Measurement For quite a few years, medical conventional wisdom held that ‘perfect’ blood pressure for a … Continue reading A New Lower Goal for Your Blood Pressure?

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Depressed? Help is On the Way!

Posted November 5, 2015 Depressed? Help is On the Way!

A depressing factoid: An estimated one out of twenty Americans suffers from depression — about fifteen million folks. Because of the many sociological similarities between the United States and Canada, it’s probably fair to add one out of twenty Canadians to that estimate. Types of Depression There are many types of depression, and not all … Continue reading Depressed? Help is On the Way!

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