An overactive bladder and nighttime trips to the bathroom not only keep you up all night, but make your days more difficult, too. Thankfully, there’s a clinically studied botanical that can strengthen your bladder muscles and increase your bladder capacity to improve your overall quality of life—day and night!
Q. Dear Terry, “I’m interested in trying melatonin as I’ve been reading about its health benefits. I don’t really have sleep troubles, but it seems like melatonin could be helpful for whole body health. What dosage of melatonin should I take?”– Tristan R., Ontario, Canada
Q. Dear Terry, “I’ve been struggling with driving at night as my vision has been declining. I’m to the point where I don’t even want to drive past sunset. Things get blurry and I have difficulty reading signs. Is there anything I can take to improve my vision? I’m in my 80s and really enjoy the independence that driving gives me.” – Shirley W., Mesa, AZ
Q. Dear Terry, “My teenage daughter has low red blood cells. Her doctor thinks it’s the reason why she is so fatigued and is likely from her heavy menstrual periods. She doesn’t really like red meat. What type of iron supplement should she take?” – Holly B., Lansing, MI
A new study has found that T cells can only efficiently eliminate abnormal or infected cells in a magnesium-rich environment and that magnesium is necessary for the function of T cell surface protein, LFA-1.
Conducted by researchers from the University of Basel and the University of Cambridge, the study was published in Cell.
LFA-1 acts as a docking site, which plays a key role in the activation of T cells, according to the study.
Help for Leaky Bladders, Heart Attacks in Young People are Increasing, Get Stronger, Live Longer, Are You at Risk for Magnesium Deficiency, Melatonin Increases Sleep Time for Older Adults, A Closer Look at: Mitochondria.
One night the teenage son of a couple we know was killed in a car accident. You can imagine how devastated and heartbroken they were. Many couples would get angry and let the tragedy sour the rest of their lives. They went through a dark time, but they came through it and explained how: “We made the decision that we weren’t going to exchange what we do know for what we don’t know. We know that God is good, that He’s loving, that He’s for us. We would not let one situation that we don’t understand cancel all that out.”
If you’re always trying to figure out why something happened, you’re going to get frustrated and bitter. If God wants you to know why, He’ll tell you why. But there are some things God doesn’t want us to know yet. If you’re going to trust God, you have to be mature enough to drop it and say, “God, I don’t have to have all the answers. You’re God. Your ways are better than mine.”
by: Joel Osteen
“Father, thank You that no matter what I go through, You are good and You love me. I leave the things I don’t understand in Your hands and know that You will reveal or conceal things according to what’s best for me. I trust that Your ways are better than mine. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”
by: Joel Osteen
It is God’s privilege to conceal things…
Proverbs 25:2, NLT
"That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons of history." — Aldous Huxley
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