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Tourettes Syndrome Facts

Tourette’s syndrome is an inherited and genetic neurological disorder that causes abnormal electrical and neurotransmitter activity to occur in the brain, resulting in what are known as tics. Tics are involuntary movements, sounds, and actions performed by someone with Tourette’s. Tics are classified as either simple or complex. Those with …

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How to Improve Yogic Flying

These tips are for meditator sidhas who as trained yogic flyers want to enhance their yogic flying experience. With rare exception, today’s yogic flying is in an initial stage, which appears less as flying and more as hopping. However, the two actions differ from each other. So that we are …

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Day Blindness

What is hemeralopia? Hemeralopia is commonly known as “day blindness”. More specifically, it is characterized by decreased visual acuity (sharpness of vision) when in the presence of bright light. If severe enough, some people will exhibit the tendency to avoid brightly lit areas. This behavior is known as photoaversion. As …

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The Benefits of doing Pullups

It’s true that certain exercises have magically benefits that can have a rapid impact on your performance, shape and fitness level. Pull ups are one of those magical exercises that you should incorporate into your regular exercise routine. Pull ups are one of the hardest exercises available, and that’s what …

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Keeping Weight under Control

Would it not be fabulous if you could pop in a pill in the morning and then spend the whole day on the couch in front of TV (with a book) eating potato chips (donuts) and drinking beer (soda) and not gain an ounce? Unfortunately, there is no magic pill. …

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Bones and Weight Lifting

There is more to taking care of your bones than making sure you get enough vitamins for your bones. Bones must be used or they will lose their strength and density. Bones are living tissue and respond to use similar to the way muscles do. Muscles get stronger and bigger …

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Symptoms of Vitamin b Deficiency

Vitamin B deficiency is usually caused from poor diet or from a genetic condition when the body cannot absorb B12 vitamins. Vitamin B deficiency can cause serious complications if it is left untreated such as irreparable harm to the body’s nervous system. Surprisingly, Vitamin B deficiency is a lot more …

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