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  1. Hans

    Perfect health trilogy for reducing stress, lowering cortisol and improving health

    Hi guys, I haven't been writing a lot of articles lately since I've got a lot on my plate atm. Soon I'll start writing more again, but in the meanwhile, I'm relatively active on my YT channel. I thought I'd share this vid about stress management since keeping stress at bay is one of the most...
  2. haidut

    Stress (cortisol) causes pre-term birth by blocking progesterone

    If you ask a gynecologist what causes premature birth, the answer will usually be something along the lines of "insufficient progesterone" often accompanied by mumbling about "genetic predispositions". Yet, how exactly is insufficient progesterone responsible for premature birth has remained a...
  3. haidut

    Serotonin (5-HT) is a key driver of asthma

    Yet another blow to the status of the so-called "happiness hormone". While histamine, acetylcholine, and estrogen have long been known as key drivers of asthma the link between the mast cells and the nervous system's production of the vasoconstrictor acetylcholine has remained unknown. The study...
  4. haidut

    Childhood stress causes mental illness in adults by blunting androgens

    Yet another great study solidifying the evidence on just how detrimental early childhood stress is. It has been known for decades that childhood stress leads to early puberty, and that the latter is associated with greatly increased risk of chronic diseases later in life, as well as early death...
  5. haidut

    Stress (cortisol) as the driver of hyperglycemia in type II diabetes

    To most of my readers, the title of the post may seem like something completely obvious and not deserving explanation of clarification. However, according to mainstream medicine (until now, at least) cortisol does not really have a causative role either in the development of diabetes type II or...
  6. haidut

    Sugar (sucrose) lowers stress-induced cortisol

    Just a quick post to give some props to the much-vilified sucrose. The study below demonstrates that sucrose consumption for just 3 days prior, blunted most of the negative effects of stress, and especially the rise in plasma cortisol. The HED of sucrose was about 4g/kg, which matches closely...
  7. Mauritio

    What you can do about quarantine induced social isolation and depression : Allopregnanolone!

    This is just a heads up to everyone strugglin with depression by itself and especially depression caused by social isolation and a hopeless situation, that many people find them selves in . Social isolation does have an effect on the human body and especially brain ! There's a few studies...
  8. ScurveDream

    Differences between begging and working -- a comprehensive outlook of livelihood.

    I've heard that you should find a job so you don't fall in to the ranks of begging. After all, begging is just something asking for money and does not make any themselves, right? I wonder what percent of people would want or expect something from someone else who has to give it to them, ignoring...
  9. Mr Joe

    Combo High Dose (B1 + Cypro + B3) + T3 for recovery

    2 Years ago Symptoms : All day Anxiety, Depression Emergency state. Any bad thought would cause belly contraction and a cycle of stress diffucult to calm. Sleepness, GERD intense headaches when doing mental effort. I am understanding now that all of these could be symptoms of very low metabolism...
  10. U

    Effects of nofap on women?

    I’m a young female and I have sex once or twice a week, but I stopped masturbation and sometimes even withhold my orgasms. I am aware that the negative hormonal effects of masturbation is worse in men, but I am curious the effect it has on women. I have noticed that my body hair grows slower...
  11. haidut

    Heart attack survivors have high stress (cortisol/adrenaline) hypersensitivity, low androgens

    A very interesting study that highlights yet again the connection between chronic stress and ill systemic health, especially cardiovascular disease (CVD). The study demonstrates that people who had experienced a heart attack have dramatically higher higher cortisol and adrenaline/noradrenaline...
  12. haidut

    Stress-driven lipid peroxidation, inflammation re-awakens dormant cancer cells

    Yet another study demonstrating that stress is anything but benign or irrelevant for chronic diseases, especially for cancer. The study below demonstrates that stress-induced increases of epinephrine and norepinephrine results in increased lipolysis and a cascade of pro-carcinogenic downstream...
  13. haidut

    Sexual activity and stress levels (HPA activity) may determine longevity

    The study below tried to tease out the main factors affecting the longevity of the legendary naked mole rat - the animal with longest lifespan in its genus, and the sole mammal known to be virtually immune to developing cancer. Most of the biological/biochemical findings in regards to naked mole...
  14. deliciousfruit

    sick from birth and recently disabled - slighlty improving with peating

    Hi, thought I'd introduce myself since I've been lurking on this forum for the past few weeks. Big thanks for all the content by the way, amazing stuff. Quick summary of health: Overweight/fat, Asperger's like social interaction difficulty, very bad anxiety (not the panic kind, more the...
  15. haidut

    More Japanese Suicides In October, Than COVID-19 Deaths In Entire 2020

    I know Japan is not the best comparison to the West due to their unique cultural attitude/tolerance towards suicides, especially in regards to people perceived to be "dishonored" due to falling on hard luck. However, it is still a stark reminded of what the lockdowns lead to and I suspect we may...
  16. M

    PERFECT PEAT OFFICE SETTING FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS

    Hi guys can someone help me out, I want to research about an ideal workplace that can retain talent and signal cares for workers health. Also that can benefit from investing in office design as would decrease burn out and health care costs fo example and increase productivity. This is for...
  17. U

    How To Lower Stress Impact From Surgery?

    I have a surgery soon that I cannot opt out of, I was wondering what I could eat, drink or do to mitigate the stress it will put on my body. I will not take opiates or any of that nonsense afterwards. I was thinking green tea, carrots, raw cheese to absorb toxins, mushrooms, heavy whipping cream...
  18. haidut

    Childhood Stress / Deprivation Leads To Early Puberty / Aging

    The evidence that adult health problems have their roots in childhood or even prenatally continues to accumulate. The study below demonstrates that children who have experienced violence, trauma, deprivation or have had generally stressful childhoods not only enter puberty much earlier but are...
  19. haidut

    Lab Animals Kept Under Stressful Conditions, Thus Affecting Study Results

    Several months ago, I did a post on just how stressful the IP administration method is for lab animals. That method is considered the de-facto standard for steroid studies, yet it appears it is so stressful that it can easily produce invalid results due to the its strong effects on the HPA axis...
  20. ScurveDream

    Muscles & Health: Overview, Theories, Development, Etc

    So it seems some here have attacked Peat's general ideologies in respect to "muscle gainz" in a way -- i.e. some here discredit him because "his diet" doesn't necessarily encourage significant muscle growth in all (although I'd say here that almost no "diet" per se does this magically for...
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