How To Reverse Diabetes The Natural Way

Diabetes reversal, do you think it’s achievable? With the right information and willpower, it can be done.

Diabetes is a lifestyle disease that has been plaguing the world and it has reached epidemic proportions especially in western and developed countries. As a matter of fact, this global health crisis has no obvious signs of slowing down. More than a hundred fifty million suffer from this disease and a staggering 20 percent of that statistic is from the UK and United States. These two countries have the fastest growing rates of Diabetes nowadays.

Diabetes is a sickness that can be avoided. Pre-disposed by genetics or not, it is mainly caused by lifestyle choices. What we eat, how we eat, how much we eat, and our physical activities dictate the future of our health. Sadly, many of us failed in that department and we are now overwhelmed by this seemingly unstoppable disease.

Diabetes opens you up to various health complications. Another epidemic, such as heart disease, is likely brought about by diabetes. Diabetics are also prone blindness, neurological diseases, kidney failure, and other infections. Every day, US doctors amputate about 150 legs because of diabetes-related infections.
If you are diabetic, your metabolism is unstable which is caused by insulin resistance/underproduction. Blood sugar levels are high and erratic. With that, you function poorly, always feeling weak and hungry, urinate and feel thirsty more often.

Ignorance and neglect of diabetes can lead to more serious health risks. At first, diabetics arrived at a condition known as pre-diabetes. If no improvements in lifestyle were made, you get to a more severe case of diabetes.

Treatment of the disease is usually done with prescription medicines. They do alleviate symptoms but don’t get your hopes up that it might reverse your condition-they won’t. Chances are, you will become entirely dependent of the drugs prescribed by your doctor. To make matter worse, these drugs can have harmful short and long term side-effects, not to mention, expensive.

Pharmaceutical companies have no intention in curing your condition. They just want to treat the symptoms and make you depend on the stuff they manufacture. The best approach in dealing with diabetes is getting the right information from unbiased scientific studies. There is a fundamental scientific proof showing that diabetes can be reversed. It is up to you if you want to know truth and apply it.

Sex Tip – Recognizing Mood Killers

If porn movies were to be believed, every man’s penis jumps to a massive erection at the slightest cause and is impervious to mood killers of any sort. Here’s a little sex tip that more women need to know: The penis is actually far more moody than one might think. True, when its owner practices sensible penis care, it’s generally in a “can do” state – but that doesn’t mean certain mood killers can’t cause his confident façade to falter.

What are some of these mood killers that turn a raging hard-on into a sleepy softy?

Infantilizing the organ.
A penis likes to be appreciated for his manliness and virility. When the luscious woman he’s about to bring pleasure to is talking about him, he wants her to use the appropriate language: “massive,” “amazing” and “awe-inspiring” are adjectives that readily come to mind that are much appreciated by a peppy member. “Cute,” “sweet” and “adorable,” on the other hand, are not. Their use leads to the quick deflating of a formerly swollen member.

Making comparisons.
Guys tend to be competitive and like to know that they have come out on top in any contest. This is especially true when talking about a man’s sexual performance and/or manhood. A sex tip to always remember: It’s never a good idea to negatively compare what a man is currently doing, or anything about his penis, with another man’s performance or endowment while engaged in sexual activity. (Talking about this another time is fair game, but not in the heat of the moment.) It’s even risky to make a positive comparison when a guy is hard at work; it may trigger a fear that he has to keep performing at this level or lose in the “who’s the better lover” contest with your past partners.

Waiting too long.
It’s a general rule of thumb: If a penis is hard, it generally would like a release. Now, guys walk around with boners all day and learn to live with it. However, if a woman is actively rubbing a guy’s crotch with the intention of generating tumescence and then disappears for 10 minutes, it creates a difficult situation: If the firmness starts to diminish, should the guy keep stroking in order to keep it ready for a return? He’s going to get nervous and anxious, worrying whether he will be able to keep it standing at attention – and that can lead to a fast fade.

Being too schedule-oriented.
It’s nice for a man to know that he’s going to have sex in the bedroom on Wednesday and Saturday at 11:15. He likes having something to look forward to. But he also likes a little surprise, the occasional quickie on an off-night or getting it on in the kitchen or the car or under the stars. Being too rigid can result in boredom and/or resentment – neither of which is good for fulfilling sex.

Odors.
Women don’t appreciate a man whose breath reeks of garlic; neither do men like this in a woman. A slight sexy musk scent can be attractive on a woman’s body, but sweat is another thing altogether – as is an excessively strong perfume. The olfactory senses can be very important to successful sexual encounters. When the nose is assaulted with unpleasant sensations, the penis reacts by losing interest.

A related sex tip: Men also need to pay attention to odors and other health issues, including penis health. Using a first-class penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) helps to offset mood killers that he may bring to the bed. For example, strong penis odor is a big complaint of many women. A crème loaded with vitamin A, which has potent anti-bacterial properties, can help significantly. And one with natural moisturizers like Shea butter and vitamin E can help take care of dry or flaky penis skin or other dermatological matters so that the equipment looks strong and appealing.

What Women Need To Know About Prostate Cancer Symptoms And Treatment

Statistics show that one in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime; 220,000 men are diagnosed every year in the United States alone. That’s why it is critical for men to be well-versed on the disease’s symptoms and treatment options.

What may be even more important is the role men’s wives play in ensuring that men are regularly screened. It is common knowledge that men aren’t always the best at taking care of and managing their health. It seems that men have every excuse in the book for ignoring regular doctor visits. But this is where a man’s wife plays a crucial role. Generally speaking, women make sure that the men in their lives go to the doctor. And that’s why it is important for them to be knowledgeable about prostate cancer, even though it is often referred to as “a man’s disease.”

What should Wives know about Prostate Cancer?
First, wives should know that prostate cancer is extremely common. Also, it is usually a slow-growing cancer, which means that symptoms oftentimes do not appear until the cancer is in more advanced stages.

Prostate cancer is also curable, and the earlier it is detected, the better the long-term chance of cure. This is why women must encourage the men in their lives to get screened annually for prostate cancer–early detection and the choice of treatment are the keys to cure of prostate cancer.

Screenings include a PSA blood test (a small amount of blood is taken and then analyzed), as well as a Digital Rectal Exam (DRE). The prostate is a gland that exists only in men, and sits below the bladder, adjacent to the rectum and the position of the prostate is why most men avoid prostate screenings like the plague–the doctor must press against the rectum to feel the prostate. It is admittedly not a very “fun” procedure; however, a few seconds of discomfort are certainly worth your husband’s life.

Many men don’t even know what the prostate is, and therefore don’t see how it could be a big problem. That’s why it is important that women learn about prostate cancer. Women who care about the welfare of their family know about this tiny gland and the big problems prostate cancer can cause.

Wives’ Guide to Prostate Cancer Symptoms:
Since the prostate sits near the bladder, symptoms of prostate cancer include many urinary difficulties, such as:
– Difficulty starting urination
– Weak urine flow
– Inability to empty the bladder completely
– Frequent nighttime urination
– Sudden urges to urinate

Recognizing these symptoms is very important for you and your husband. He may think that his frequent urination is due to “middle/old age” and may dismiss his symptoms as just that. You should know that these symptoms can be very serious.

It is much more common for a man who has been diagnosed with prostate cancer to not have any symptoms at all. In fact, if a man does have these symptoms, more likely than not, his prostate cancer has progressed. This further illustrates why it is critical for a man to be screened annually–remember, early detection and the choice of treatment are the two biggest factors in being cured of this disease.

Prostate Cancer Diagnosis:
Prostate cancer, since it is so often present in men, is usually screened for in physical exams for men age 50 and older. But men in their 40s can also get prostate cancer, so don’t think your husband’s age necessarily precludes him from developing this disease. In fact, African-American men, and men that have a family history of prostate cancer should begin their annual screenings at age 40.

The PSA blood test and the DRE will determine whether a man requires additional testing. A man is officially diagnosed with prostate cancer after a biopsy is conducted.

If your husband is diagnosed with prostate cancer, more than anything, you need to be his support and help him make an informed decision about how he should be treated for his prostate cancer. Research all the available treatment options and then go and consult with two, three, four, or more physicians who offer those different options, until you and your husband are both confident and comfortable with your decision. Do not make a snap decision about the course of treatment; many of the options out there carry risks of permanent side effects, including impotence and incontinence. A cancer diagnosis is scary for everyone, and men especially may balk at the idea of prostate cancer surgery and other treatments due to these fears of the side effects.

What you should know is that there are a variety of prostate cancer treatments available that can be very effective.

Unfortunately, the prospect of impotence and erectile dysfunction due to removal of the prostate cancer lead some men to decide to live with, and ultimately die from, prostate cancer. However, today’s treatment options are leaps and bounds more sophisticated than those your husband may remember. No longer is prostate cancer a sentence to sexual issues.

As a woman, you are more likely to pay attention to and take care of your husband’s health. With prostate cancer being such a prevalent issue for men, you should be paying special attention to your husband’s health to ensure prostate cancer will not be a devastating diagnosis.