5 natural remedies for Kratom withdrawal

The Kratom withdrawal, or the withdrawal of the active substance, can be a challenge, no one who has already experienced such a thing doubts. Obviously, it is not a physical withdrawal, but from a mental withdrawal. Nevertheless, one should not underestimate the addiction and the withdrawal the Kratom with longer

Exercise Wardrobe Essentials for Men

Whether you’re a committed gym rat or you show up begrudgingly every so often, you’re going to need the right gear to get the best workout possible. If you’re dressed properly, that can motivate you to stick with a regimen and see the most results from your efforts. But what

New treatment for incurable brain cancer

According to Cancer Research UK, there are approximately 11,000 new cases of primary brain cancer diagnosed in the UK every year. With just 14 per cent of these patients surviving for 10 years or more, it is imperative that we find a cure or new treatments for this cruel disease.

How to have teeth that shine

Your teeth are such an important part of your body and it pays to take good care of them for looking and feeling great. You need them to smile, chew and talk so how do we keep them in tip top condition? Here are some handy hints: The White Teeth

The Different Kinds of Kratom

Anxiety Disorder

It was in the 19th century when people first started using Kratom. It all began by chewing the leaves of a plant that comes from the coffee family and is native to a number of countries in Southeast Asia. In traditional medicine, Kratom has been used for treating a wide

How To Attain Corporeal And Cognitive Well-Being This Year

It’s safe to say that many if not most people want to maintain their mental and physical equilibrium. Yet things like fast-paced living, the consumption of junk food, and a refusal to exercise consistently can preclude people from attaining the cognitive and corporeal well-being they desire. If this is one

Published results for ME-CFS trial called into question

Following a number of FOI (freedom of information) requests, the results of a trial into chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), sometimes known as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), have been called into question. Image Credit The initial results of a PACE trial carried out at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) suggested that