Insomnia Remedy: Drink Coffee

Insomnia Remedy: Nescafe Relax
Okay, I know that by drinking coffee, your brain is stimulated and you'd feel more alive. But drinking decaffeinated coffee with chamomile will soothe your nerves helping you fall asleep. Tea or coffee containing chamomile is said to be effective insomnia remedy.

You can try the Nescafe Relax. It has chamomile extract. One sachet makes two servings. But words of caution though: Do not attempt to drink it while you are at work. You might get caught sleeping. This is good for insomnia remedy.

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PSA: Prostate Specific Antigen

PSA: Prostate Cancer
Enlargement of the prostate gland, if left untreated will lead to prostate cancer. Prostate specific antigen or PSA is one of the requested laboratory tests used to determine the condition of this gland-producing prostatic fluid. This is also used as a screening test for prostate cancer.

If the PSA result is high (normal 4 nanograms/mL), it would indicate enlargement of the prostate or prostate cancer.

They say that benign prostate hyperplasia and prostate cancer are common disorders among older men. According to doctors, you need to undergo tests for prostate gland, like PSA, when you reach the age of 40.

However, most Filipinos will not consult a physician, until symptoms become worse. Just like my father, he did not visit a urologist or undergo laboratory examination (PSA), even though he's already experiencing urinary discomfort. The result: prostate cancer + complications.

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The Venom Of Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer Colorectal cancer is a cancer of the colon and rectum, and it's the same cancer that tortured my maternal grandmother, as well as President Corazon Aquino and other Filipinos. It's the third lethal disease in the Philippines.

There are several contributing factors to colorectal cancer. Smoking and alcohol are just among the few known culprits of this cancer. Furthermore, eating high-protein diet, as well as consuming processed foods, can make yourself at risk of developing such cancer. In addition, living a sedentary lifestyle can also lead to colorectal cancer.

But the most horrifying thing about this cancer is its ability to be passed on from generation to generation. In other words, it is hereditary. As mentioned earlier, my grandmother, who died almost 10 years ago, was one of the sufferers of colorectal cancer.

However, there are still things we can do to fight against this colorectal cancer. Lifestyle change is one. And then followed by eating a well-balanced diet, especially foods high in fiber. Avoiding eating processed foods. Increase consumption of fruit and vegetables.

It is advisable for people who are at high risk of developing colorectal cancer to undergo colonoscopy when they reach the age of 50. Occult blood test is also necessary. The earlier the diagnosis is the better chances of survival.

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