THE TRUTH ABOUT STEM CELL INJECTIONS
WHAT, WHERE, AND WHY?
WHERE SHOULD YOU GO TO RECEIVE INJECTIONS? While this kind of treatment is extremely beneficial, the phrase “too much of a good thing” exists
While the use of stem cells for regenerative treatment still remains a hot topic in various circles throughout the world, stem cells themselves are not a new discovery. In fact, they have existed for exactly as long as the human body! Researchers spent years studying the healing properties of these specific types of cells, and eventually started trials to test their ability to serve as an effective form of treatment. Now stem cells are transforming the way doctors heal the human body, for everything from sports injuries to treatments for heart disease and cancer. WHAT ARE STEM CELLS? Stem cells reside primarily in fat and bone marrow, and their most amazing characteristic is that they are capable of transforming into different types of cells to heal organs, tissues, and joints throughout your body. They are the only type of cell in the body that has the ability to turn into a brand-new cell with a completely different function! This ability gives them powerful healing properties. WHY ARE STEM CELLS USED IN THERAPY? Stem cells work to maximize the body’s own natural healing system by transforming into new cells that replace the damaged cells and repair the injured tissue at the site. In this way, stem cells allow you to heal your own body. Doctors today are successfully using stem cells to promote tissue healing and repair for several conditions, such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, leukemia, spine, shoulder, or knee injuries, and even erectile dysfunction. There are few things in life that feel better than crawling into a comfy bed after a long day. Sleep is an essential part of human health. After a mere 24 hours of sleep deprivation, bodily functions and mental faculties start to go haywire, and 11 days seems to be the longest a person can live without sleep. While people acknowledge that sleep has always been a necessary part of human existence, very few know how drastically nightly routines have changed over time. Here are three significantly different historical approaches to sleep. BRAIN FLOODS For centuries, theorists associated sleep with blood loss and other health problems. But by the 1800s, notable physicians blamed sleep on a process known as congestion theory. In this theory, sleep was thought to be brought on by an overwhelming flow of blood to the brain, effectively flooding it and sending sleepers into a dreamlike state. SLEEP GAPS While many modern sleep experts support the consecutive eight-hour sleep regimen, historically, people had completely different sleep schedules. Medieval society actually had two sleep sessions a night — known as biphasic sleep — with a gap of wakefulness in between to eat, pray, talk, read, or write by candlelight. But by the 1920s, this practice of having two sleep sessions each night entirely receded from
for a reason. Nowadays, loads of chiropractic providers are offering stem cell injections at their establishments, but unfortunately, many of them don’t have the proper training to provide these services. If you think that you might be a good candidate for regenerative stem cell treatment, make sure you are consulting with a licensed medical doctor with specialty training in spinal and joint
injections. There are many benefits you can experience from stem cell therapy, but you still need to make sure you are working with an expert.
HOW THE ART OF SLEEP HAS CHANGED OVER TIME THE HISTORY OF SNOOZING
the social consciousness. Historians attribute this shift to innovations in artificial lighting and work schedules during the Industrial Revolution that required workers to stay up longer and sleep less. COZY BLANKETS Most people find it difficult to sleep without some kind of covering, like a blanket, over their bodies. While researchers of the past entertained the idea that blankets offer some kind of primal protection for sleepers, they now believe the coverings help with temperature regulation, as maintaining a comfortable body temperature is necessary for good sleep. However, according to a recent study conducted in Sweden, weighted blankets help with much more than just temperature. Due to the added pressure, weighted blankets provide deep pressure touch (DPT), which increases the body’s amount of serotonin — a chemical that helps decrease blood pressure and rapid heart rate. Because of the effects of increased serotonin, weighted blankets are believed to help with anxiety and insomnia. While sleep patterns may change over time, the human need for sleep will not. As you crawl into your bed tonight, take some time to think about the way your ancestors approached their nightly snooze sessions. It’ll put you to sleep faster than counting sheep.
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