Posts From Amélie

Protection during alcohol withdrawal

Chronic alcohol consumption generates high levels of oxidative stress which cause severe damage to the liver. Alcohol withdrawal means complete abstinence from alcohol consumption by a person who is alcohol-dependent. It is a difficult time, all the more so because

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The negative effects of alcohol

It should be a surprise to no one that drinking too much alcohol can be bad for you — of course, the definition of “too much” can vary. Excessive and uncontrolled consumption of alcohol can lead to dependence and abuse.

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Protect Yourself From Air Pollution

Nine in every 10 people in the world breathe air that violates World Health Organization guidelines. Inhaling polluted air can cause multiple health problems including respiratory conditions, lung cancer, heart disease and stroke. While you can’t change the state of

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Hypersensitivity to electromagnetic waves

Hypersensitivity to electromagnetic waves is an extreme reaction of varying duration to electromagnetic fields emitted by wireless telecommunications technologies: mobile phones and laptops, Internet, Wi-Fi, relay masts, radios, microwaves, 3G, 4G, and connected objects. Under the effect of electromagnetic fields,

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How to Protect Yourself from EMF Radiation

In the modern age, electronic devices like laptops, tablets and cell phones all emit Electromagnetic Radiation (EMF), and to avoid it would be impossible. When you think of radiation, you might just think about nuclear fallout. However, there are small

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Protection in Chronic Liver Diseases

  The liver is one of the organs most sensitive to oxidative stress and its inflammatory consequences. The imbalance between high levels of oxidative stress and insufficient antioxidant defenses is the cause of a variety of liver diseases. The two

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Protect your liver

The liver is a large organ that sits on the right side of the belly. Along with the gall bladder, pancreas, and intestines. Not only is it responsible for filtering all sorts of harmful toxins out of your blood, it also

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Stress on the job?

  Stress related to your job is called ‘Occupational stress‘ or ‘Burn-out’. It’s your body’s response when it is subjected to chronic stressful overload linked to your working conditions over an extended period. This stress leads to both physical and

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Immun’Âge® & Sporting Activity

When you practice sport intensively, you need much more oxygen than normal to produce the energy required for exertion. The greater your physical activity, the more energy you need. During this energy production, free radicals are created. If your antioxidant

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