Hydrogen peroxide therapy side effects could consists of stomach irritation, and ulcers. The food grade hydrogen peroxide as had severe side effects, this includes acute hemolytic crisis, embolism and even death.
A Remarkable Herb
The milk thistle benefits have been known for years. With so many new research studies being done, only confirms the remarkable ability and benefits of milk thistle in therapy:
- Treats mushroom poisoning
- Cirrhosis or the liver
- Lower cholesterol levels
- Helps prevent Alzheimer disease
It is one of the most common medicinal in the world and has been used as the number one herb used for liver health. The United States National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health have cataloged over 400 scientific studies of milk thistle and its active compounds in their medicine database. Even though milk thistle has been here over 2000 years as a herbal treatment for liver disorders, it continues to be used in the modern world. It’s other names are: milk thistle, Holy thistle, Lady’s thistle and St. Mary thistle. It can grow to be about ten feet tall with flowers that are red and purple in color. It has a milky white fluid that comes from the plant leaves when broken. It is found in North and South America, Europe, Russia, Asia Minor and parts of North Africa.
Positive Feedback For You
There is a type of therapy called neurofeedback therapy in which a type of biofeedback that will produce a signal that can be used as feedback to teach self-regulation of brain function. With a neurofeedback session, EEG sensors are put on the scalp. When specific brainwave activity is detected and recorded, the information is sent to a therapists and client on the screen. The client is then trained on how to control the brain activity so it responds appropriately. This therapy continues until the desired results are achieved. When negative response is detected, it is noted and the client can recognize the difference and return to the positive side of the therapy. It takes several alternative therapy sessions to train the clients brain to master control of the frontal lobe of the brain. The therapist helps the client to achieve this by reinforcement of the positive and negative responses.