Hydrogen water therapy, NASA, radiation, spaceflight, DNA damage

The matter that exists in space is full of cosmic dust and radiation. These cosmic rays are high energy thermonuclear protons and electrons that not only fill intergalactic space but also regularly collide with the Earth's atmosphere. When they do the impact is released as not just heat that warms our atmosphere but radiation as [...]

Hydrogen History

Hydrogen is a gas whose importance to life began billions of years ago. Modern guestimates put hydrogen (H2) in the fourteen billion year old range. Not possessing any color or aroma it is also the lightest element on the periodical chart with a weight of 1.00794 u. Its density at 0 degrees centigrade is 0.09099 [...]

H2—Diatomic hydrogen—is a selective anti-oxidant

Important research based in Department of Neurosurgery and the Institute of Brain Medicine based at the Hangzhou University in China and published in The Journal of International Medical Research has found that oxidative stress, stress brought on by errant free radical molecules is an underlying cause of many diseases. Unfortunately, many of the current antioxidants [...]

Health benefits of Fortizel™ for older people: not just athletes

Older individuals require as many of the fundamental building blocks their bodies can get into them. One of the fundamental components of Fortizel is that it commences the healing process by supporting gut repair. Fortizel™ has a profound influence on ageing guts. It starts by rejuvenating microvilli—finger-like projections tasked with nutrient absorption. Among other things, [...]

Improved athletic exercise with Fortizel

Athletes interested in accelerating recovery after great physical stress can improve their blood buffering ability with Fortizel™. In one study female rowers increased their blood buffering ability by 21 percent over nine weeks. In another study of hockey players sprinting performance improved ninety three percent over an eight week period. Another study of twenty cyclists [...]

National Depression Screening Day

Depression isn’t simple. When we are truly depressed our friends usually can’t reach us—because we don’t want friends around. And the phone, texts, and door goes unanswered. Basically, such people are becoming their own worst enemy and are more attracted to self-persecution rather than comfort. Finding your way out of the unique prison of your own depression must begin with accepting and valuing yourself.

  We know this is much more easily said than done which is why we offer so many alternatives to support your way out of the bell jar (Sylvia Plath described her depression as being trapped under a bell jar) or that dark alleyway that seems to stretch into infinity, but here is a fundamental idea for a way out.

  Accept and value yourself. Accepting yourself means no longer having to live in the past, feeling guilty about your wickedness, or in the future, fearing what is to come. Instead, you can live in the present and be, if not happy, than not unhappy, in the here and now. Treat yourself as your own best friend. Never think of yourself as not good enough. Never say anything against yourself that can potentially bring you down. As you become your own best friend by doing for yourself what you always wanted in a best friend, the universe will start to answer you in like and kind.

Depressed Smokers more likely to Quit then Non-Depressed Smokers

Washington: A new study reviewed in the Cochrane Library finds that depressed smokers are more likely to successfully quit than their non-depressed counterparts. Moreover, they stop smoking longer and benefit overall from mood management interventions after they quit smoking. The lead researcher Regina van der Meer, at the Dutch Expert Centre on Tobacco Control studied 49 randomized controlled trials, including 33 trials that focused on smoking cessation. The way we look at it, it is all about anticipation. By not smoking and exercising discipline smokers are able to release more dopamine than if they were to smoke. Dopamine is the anticipation neurotransmitter. Nicotine triggers dopamine release. This is why cigarettes are so addictive. Cocaine also triggers dopamine release. Gambling releases dopamine release. Now you can raise your dopamine naturally and quit smoking with ,NeuroPlex: a dopamine, oxytocin, brain endorphin sublingual formulation.

Piracetam and its Effects on the Brain


Piracetam reverses the effects of aging in the brain. Piracetam also appears to be effective in treating cognitive impairment in alcoholism. Piracetam is useful as a long-term treatment for clotting, coagulation, and vasospastic disorders such as deep-vein thrombosis as it operates through the novel mechanism of inhibiting platelet aggregation and enhances blood-cell deformability. Some research suggests that piracetam’s overall effect on lowering depression and anxiety is even higher than memory improvement. Piracetam has become a popular supplement in the subculture of lucid dreaming. Its use has been largely made popular by a book published by Thomas Yuschak titled Advanced Lucid Dreaming The Power of Supplements. A daily dose of 4.8 grams is considered optimal.

Depressed? Six points to think About

Feeling sad every now and then is a fundamental part of the human experience, especially during difficult or trying times. But, persistent feelings of sadness, anxiety, hopelessness, disinterest . . . in people and activities once enjoyed may be symptoms of depression. Depression is not something that a person can ignore or simply will away. It should be taken seriously with an experienced medical professional. In the meantime here are some fundamental points to consider if you feel you are depressed.

Do not keep your emotions to yourself. Vent them. An experienced medical professional is best but in the absence of one, talking to someone close can help address your depression. Talk to a friend (s), family members or anyone else you consider to be trustworthy. It will facilitate the releases of stress. Here is a list of several protocols that are designed to support depression and anxiety. If you are having difficulty talking to and experiencing empathy with others you might consider oxytocin, the bonding, anti-anxiety hormone. Click here to read more.

Environment: Physically move around. Changes in the surroundings can provide a nice lift. Open the drapes and let the sunshine in. Well lit and ventilated rooms are quite assistive in reducing the harmful effects of depression.

Exercise: Regular exercises also help to reduce the effects of depression to a large extent. Exercises help to release endorphins or ‘good feeling’ hormones and thereby reduce the effects of depression. Endorphins trigger a positive feeling in the body, similar to that of morphine. Runners often described their runs as “euphoric.” They run for the “runner’s high” and its concomitantly positive outlook on life.

Endorphins are also analgesics which mean they diminish the perception of pain. They also have a calming effect without the addiction or dependence of exogenous morphine treatment.
Regular exercise has been proven to:

  • Reduce stress
  • Ward off anxiety and feelings of depression
  • Boost self-esteem
  • Improve sleep

Yoga and other meditative techniques also help to reduce depression to a large extent. Both yoga and meditation help to strengthen the mind and the body. It helps to enhance the health of the body and the mind. Don’t have the energy to commence an exercise program? Here are some homeopathic HGH formulations that will kick start energy through the endocrine system. They are also powerful antidepressants. Learn more .

Consider your thoughts: Shakespeare once wrote, “There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” Think about that. Depression is fueled by pessimistic beliefs and thoughts. If at all possible, it would be helpful to try to alter your mindset and thinking patterns to see the brighter side of something. If you believe the world has so much to offer and it is filled with opportunities and life then you can make a baby step.

Sufficient sleep: Insomnia is very common among depressed patients. Too much sleep is a symptom of depression. Not enough sleep is a symptom of depression. With proper treatment the body will balance itself out. Research suggests that the risk of developing depression is highest among people with both sleep onset and sleep maintenance insomnia.

Depression and sleep is a complicated issue. Some people actually show significant improvements in depression symptoms following a night of light sleep. Even sleep deprivation, leading physicians to sometimes consider using sleep deprivation as an intervention. But, such improvements are uneven and can be reversed after a night of normal sleep, rendering sleep deprivation an impractical therapeutic choice. Moreover, sleep deprivation carries the potential for extreme sleepiness, cognitive impairment and an increased risk of injury or traffic accidents. Not sleeping enough? Here are some natural protocols that address both depression and sleep.

Balanced diet: It is no secret that a balanced diet of amino’ s, vitamins, electrolytes, and minerals can support the body, viscerally, to feel its best. They also feed the endocrine system (the hormonal system) that helps it to deal with the stresses and anxieties of everyday life in the modern world. Here is the most complete supplement derived from natural food sources for complete vitamin, mineral, electrolyte, mushroom, and antioxidant supplementation. Learn more.