Profile overview for ougNaHadNepVed.
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35 submissions to research

33 submissions to Health

31 submissions to psychology

23 submissions to Society

4 submissions to selfhelp

This user has so far shared a total of 133 links, started a total of 3 discussions and submitted a total of 218 comments.

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Young men are getting more out of 'bromances' than romances, submitted: 10/12/2017 7:43:20 PM, -3 points (+1|-4)

Flights worldwide face increased risk of severe turbulence due to climate change, submitted: 10/4/2017 7:47:34 PM, -2 points (+1|-3)

To kickstart creativity, offer money, not plaudits, study finds, submitted: 10/5/2017 10:29:27 PM, -1 points (+1|-2)

For $1,000, anyone can purchase online ads to track your location and app use, submitted: 10/19/2017 1:40:00 AM, 0 points (+1|-1)

Free aura seeing fest - web presentations to train yourself to see auras, submitted: 4/17/2017 7:35:59 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)

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Belgium just banned kosher and halal slaughter in its biggest territory submitted by SirDigbyChikenCaesar to news

ougNaHadNepVed 5 points 66 points (+71|-5) ago

It's only right. Animal cruelty in the name of religion is still animal cruelty. At the time these religions were founded, cruelty was commonplace for people, so no one thought about animals. But we are more civilized now, and should consider such things.

Account Deleted By User submitted by Spike_From_Chat to news

ougNaHadNepVed 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago

A mass murderer as a goodwill ambassador. What next?

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The NIH is going all out to find the roots of chronic fatigue syndrome submitted by LemonCookie24 to Health

ougNaHadNepVed 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

That's terrible! Have there been no people who recover? If there have been, what were they doing at the time of their recovery?

I would try physical interventions, such as ice water baths, or heat rooms, or steam saunas. Also high altitude, or extreme pressure. Have you ever done a 3 day water fast? The video implies that this is a switch in the body that has been flipped. Perhaps such extreme conditions would flip it back.

I would also try brainwave entrainment. Even if it doesn't cure the syndrome, it feels really great, and if you have this disease, you probably need some feel good in your life.

How about diet? I've been listening to a free series that is being broadcast right now, and medical researcher after medical researcher has been citing evidence that many chronic health problems could be resolved by simply changing our diet. link to the sign up page One of the presenters there spoke about what are called 'spontaneous' remissions from cancer. And she said that her research showed that they weren't spontaneous at all, that the people who had them drastically changed their lifestyle in order to fight and overcome their disease.

These are links to unconventional psychology resources. If you are scientifically trained they will seem 'woo woo', but they work, and much better than CBT.

The NIH is going all out to find the roots of chronic fatigue syndrome submitted by LemonCookie24 to Health

ougNaHadNepVed 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Another possibility. Evidence is mounting that our biome, the ecology in our gut, is critical to our health. It affects brain function and immune system and food craving. If you took antibiotics for your mono, it is likely that you did major damage to your biome. You could repair the makeup of your biome. The best way to do this is to eat fermented / sour vegetables. They are easy to make; it takes about a week. Use reverse osmosis water and non iodized / pickling salt so the bacteria don't get killed by chlorine in the water or iodine in the salt. Make sure that the vegetables are under the water so that the bacteria can reach them and the reaction is anaerobic. Watch some of these videos for more info.

I'm a lot more casual about it than most of the videos I've seen, and it works just fine. Just cut some vegetables up into chunks, put them in a container with an airtight lid, cover them with slightly salted water, and put a plate on them to keep them under the water. Let it sit, bleeding the pressure off a few times a day. A week later, done, put them in the fridge, and they keep for weeks. Add them to your meals, and even cook them to get pre-biotics instead of pro-biotics.

If you do this it is important to feed them once they are established in your gut. Eating the vegetables that you used in your sour mix is a good way to do that. Also, oats are a great food to feed the biome, since they have lots of soluble and insoluble fibre. As are beans and other whole grains.

My favorite fermented vegetable is cauliflower. But broccoli and carrots and onions and garlic and cabbage and beets work great too. I like to add turmeric, and spices like oregano, basil, parsley, rosemary, thyme, sage, and a touch of cayenne too. I don't like fermented potato or sweet potato.

Anyway, something else for you to try that has no downside, only upside.

Virginia: 43 Muslims indicted in $30M cigarette trafficking, bank fraud, and money laundering op submitted by bdmthrfkr to news

ougNaHadNepVed 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Mohammed ran a protection racket (the cult of Islam), so it is no surprise that Muslims who consider him the 'perfect' man would emulate his criminal example.