Oxygen Treatments

For Cancer: OXYGEN THERAPY Oxygen can help provide far less fuel for cancer cells than glucose (only 2 energy molecules instead of 36 with sugar).Thus, filling your body with more oxygen is both a smart and effective method in warding off cancer. FORMS OF OXYGEN THERAPY There are a couple of them that you may want to consider. First, there’s hyperbaric oxygen, which is a mechanism that helps increase the pressure of oxygen...

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Tai Chi

For Huntington’s Disease: Tai chi is a system of movements and positions believed to have developed in the 12th century of China. Tai chi techniques aim to address the body and mind as an interconnected system and are traditionally believed to have both mental and physical health benefits, improving posture, balance, flexibility and strength. Community-based fitness programs, which include tai chi classes, may help improve...

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Selenium

For Huntington’s Disease: Studies have consistently shown that antioxidants may not have clinical benefits in motor neuron diseases, such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Although the research thus far doesn’t discourage the use of selenium supplementation in patients, more research is needed to help determine if selenium is an effective treatment for central nervous system disorders. Avoid this if you’re...

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Safflower

For Huntington’s Disease: In clinical research, safflower help decrease deterioration caused by Friedreich’s ataxia. More high-quality studies with larger sample sizes are needed to establish safflower’s effect on neurological conditions. Avoid this if you’re allergic or hypersensitive to safflower, marigold, chrysanthemum or any other related constituents. Be cautious in using parental safflower oil emulsions...

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Reiki

For Huntington’s Disease: Reiki is known as a system of laying on the hands that originated as a Buddhist practice approximately 2,500 years ago. Human studies suggest that reiki may have an effect on autonomic nervous system functions such as heart rate, blood pressure, or breathing activity, which is important in neurological disorders that may damage autonomic function, including neurological conditions. Large, well-designed...

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L-Carnitine

For Huntington’s Disease: Although this is used traditionally for the support of neurological conditions, one poorly designed preliminary clinical study reported that L-acetyle-carnitine possesses neither efficacy nor toxicity for patients with Huntington disease. Further trials are needed to help determine the effectivity of L-carnatine in people with neurological disorders. Early research on the use of L-carnatine for Rett’s...

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