If you’ve ever had your bronchial tube go into a spasm, you know how scary it is! Bronchospasm occurs when the breathing airways suddenly contract, making it hard to breathe and causing that high-pitched, whistling
Your body is amazingly skilled at maintaining homeostasis and equilibrium of your ‘electric’ minerals. The minerals most important to your muscle and heart function include magnesium and calcium. Today’s focus is on calcium and hypercalcemia.
What if you were taking an over-the-counter med for something simple, and it was stripping you of an important antioxidant? Would you want to know? What if I told you the antioxidant in question was glutathione, which
Many seniors experience dysphagia, which is the term for people who have difficulty swallowing their food or pills. Difficulty can be defined in many ways, but it usually means extra time and effort transferring the
Calcium channel blockers are a broad category of prescription medications used for their ability to help with cardiovascular disease. And they do help people, however, like every medication, there is a risk to benefit ratio that
Your thyroid gland sits at the base of your throat and is approximately 1.5 to 2 inches wide. Under normal circumstances it produces thyroid hormone that gets distributed throughout your body. Every cell in your
I recently introduced you to BPC 157 which originate from a protective stomach protein. The final result is considered synthetic, even though it is derived from natural stomach compounds. BPC 157 has been around since
Having an autoimmune condition, or a thyroid condition can make you more susceptible to COVID-19 complications. Think of autoimmune conditions in the same manner you would other immunosuppressive disorders (ie cancer, organ transplantation, history of