Rising light pollution increases the risk of illness - what can be done about it, especially in the dark winter months, most cities are brightly lit by artificial light. The lighting has a negative effect on the natural day-night rhythm and increases the risk of sleep disorders, infections and also cardiovascular diseases.
New harmful effects discovered by soybean oil Soybean oil is the second most used oil in the world, although it is not particularly recommended for health reasons. New research results reveal that soybean oil consumption not only contributes to obesity and diabetes, but could also favor neurological diseases such as autism, Alzheimer's, anxiety disorders and depression.
Increased and too low intraocular pressure The correct pressure conditions in the eye are essential for trouble-free vision. It can be all the more dangerous if the intraocular pressure (tensio) is impaired by health problems. This is usually due to pathological changes in the eye that prevent the proper drainage of the eye's own aqueous humor.
Refined carbohydrates can trigger insomniaMillions of people suffer from insomnia. You have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, wake up early, or have poor sleep quality. A new study from the United States now indicates that certain foods can lead to insomnia.
Calories: How much energy does each person need? If you want to lose weight and want to, you have to exercise enough and reduce your daily calorie intake. But eating too little can harm your health. How much energy does every person need? It depends on age, among other things, and the human body constantly burns energy - even at night.
Exercise increases excretion of vitamins and minerals Regular exercise is healthy, but those who exercise should also pay attention to proper nutrition. For example, athletes should consume enough vitamins and minerals. Dietary supplements are not necessary for this.