Antihistamines raise risk of Alheimer’s – What can we do if we take antihistamines?

by | Mar 04, 2020 | Inflammation, Science, Uncategorized, Vagus Nerve

Antihistamines raise risk of Alheimer’s – What can we do if we take antihistamines? By Dr. Diana Driscoll Acetylcholine Acetylcholine is the neurotransmitter used by the brain for cognition and short-term memory. Boosting acetylcholine levels is an effective (and FDA approved) method of treating dementia/Alzheimer’s. We must have optimal levels of acetylcholine to maximize our brain health. Some of us need antihistamines, and...

What is Inflammaging?

by | Mar 04, 2020 | Uncategorized

What is Inflammaging? By Dr. Diana Driscoll The aging process involves many changes in your body! Some changes are good — wisdom, maturity, and increased spirituality are only a few of the possible positive shifts that can occur over time Some are less exciting — the changes we can see in the...

Athletes and the Vagus Nerve

by | Aug 08, 2019 | Inflammation, Low Acetylcholine, Science, Uncategorized, Vagus Nerve

Athletes and the Vagus Nerve By Dr. Diana Driscoll Exercise is so good for us! It promotes circulation, improves cardiovascular health, helps muscle, bone and joint disease, helps with metabolic disorders and weight control, and even improves psychological well-being. Studies show that regular exercise dramatically decreases the risk of mortality and can improve symptoms...