Scientists estimate that humans get 30 to 100 million times the amount of electromagnetic radiation than just 100 years ago, so it’s no surprise to see research piling up about the potentially negative effects of EMF exposure. And with the rollout of new 5G wireless technology in the US, health seekers are rushing to find the best EMF protection for themselves and their families.
Dry mouth or xerostomia affects 1 in 5 adults. It can cripple your quality of life when you’re not salivating enough, with symptoms including mouth sores, dry or tingly tongue and throat, cracked lips, burning sensations and lack of taste. Read on for more details about dry mouth, how you can alleviate it, and how your nutrition plays a pivotal part.
If you’ve done any research on the root of aging, you’ve learned about the connection between telomere length, longevity, a lower risk of disease and health issues. Commonly referred to as the "caps on our shoelaces" for our DNA or genes, telomeres protect these strands at the end of our DNA from shortening and fraying. It’s now believed these internal time-keepers (and their length) control how quickly we age or how early we see signs of aging.