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Fitness / 09.01.2019

[ad_1] People who often take a nap during the day are more at risk of developing dementia, scientists believe.Those who like a daytime snooze tended to have more tau proteins that form tangles in the brain, causing dementia.And a lack of deep sleep fuels rogue proteins in the brain that destroy neurons, say scientists.A study of more than 100 older people found those not getting enough 'quality' shut-eye also had more tau, leading to memory loss and confusion. ...

Fitness / 09.01.2019

[ad_1] A heart attack is a medical emergency that requires immediate treatment, according to the NHS. The condition, which is also known as a myocardial infarction, is caused by the heart’s blood supply becoming blocked. It’s extremely important to be aware of the symptoms of a heart attack, so you know when to call for an ambulance. You could lower your chances of a heart attack by regularly going for a brisk walk, it’s been claimed.Brisk walking is a type of aerobic physical activity, which is ideal for lowering your risk...

Fitness / 09.01.2019

[ad_1] Women are up to 15 per cent more likely to become pregnant if they orgasm, a fertility expert has revealed. Dr Robert King, who has written a book about the science behind the big 'O', says sperm gets 'sucked' towards her dominant ovary when she climaxes.This is thought to be due to the release of the 'love hormone' oxytocin, which stimulates muscles in the uterus to contract, 'pushing' sperm towards where it needs to go to maximise the chance of conception. Dr King, a lecturer in applied psychology at University...