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Best Pulse Oximeters for Overnight Monitoring 2021

Pulse oximeters, which simply clip onto your fingertip, are non-invasive devices that can measure blood oxygen saturation as well as pulse (heart rate). They are relatively inexpensive (about $20) and can be purchased for home ("non-medical") use. An overnight pulse oximeter test is a good initial screening tool to test for signs of sleep apnea. If the percentage of oxygen in the blood is always above 94% during sleep, then your brain is getting enough oxygen. If the brain does not get consistent oxygen during sleep, you might have signs of sleep apnea, which include morning headache, excessive daytime tiredness, insomnia, snoring, gasping for air during sleep, dry mouth, etc. How Do You Monitor Oxygen Levels While Sleeping? If you want to discover your blood oxygen levels during your sleep, you could go to a sleep lab to have an overnight sleep study, or you can use a pulse oximeter to monitor sleep at home. The pulse oximeter can be a very useful medical device for sleep ap

Difference Between NAD+ and NADH?

What's the difference between NAD and NADH ? Due to the small alphabetical difference, these nutrients are often mixed up and confused by most consumers.  NAD+, or nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, is a coenzyme found in every single living cell. But sometimes it’s referred to, colloquially, as just NAD (no plus). That plus sign matters, though, because the term NAD is used to collectively refer to the different forms of NAD: the molecules NAD+ and NADH. We will cover the essentials and explain about each of these nutrients below. NAD NAD or nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide is derived from Nicotinamide Riboside (NR). NR is one of the 3 main forms of Niacin (vitamin B3). NAD+ is a substrate for a number of important enzymes, including poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP) and sirtuin 1 (SIRT1), which is known as a classic longevity protein. NAD+ is also essential in metabolic processes such as creating ATP in your mitochondria. It accepts and donates electrons and is used in oxidatio

Best Natural Antihistamines 2021

How can I Reduce Histamine Naturally? Incorporating low-histamine foods into your diet can help reduce your histamine. Which Foods are Natural AntiHistamines? 1. Foods rich in Vitamin C - Bell peppers - Broccoli  - Cauliflower - Citrus fruits - Strawberries - Tomatoes 2. Pineapples, which contain Bromelain 3. Foods rich in Quercetin - Apples, berries, grapes, - Black tea, buckwheat tea, green tea - Broccoli - Red onions, red wine Best Natural AntiHistamines 1. Vitamin C Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, making it a possible treatment for allergies. 2. Butterbur Butterbur has antihistamine effects and is commonly used to treat migraines and hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis. However, raw butterbur extracts contain alkaloids that can cause liver damage and cancer. Butterbur extract can also cause allergic reactions in people with sensitivities to ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, and daisies. 3. Bromelain Bromelain is a good natural antihistamine for a


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