Pineal gland cyst

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  • Effects Of Fluoride On Human Health

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    The pineal gland is the part of the brain that manages your circadian rhythm and from a spiritual perspective, allows mutli-dimensional perception. “In the 1990’s, a British scientist, Jennifer Luke, discovered that fluoride accumulates strikingly high levels in the pineal gland” (“Fluoride”1). This is not a good thing at all, and can cause more effects on females than males, although it is not good for anyone. Melatonin, which is produced in the pineal gland, maintains the body’s

  • Circadian Rhythm Quiz

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    correlated with Ultradian rhythm d. Mood is hughly correlated with Diurnal rhythm 4. ___________is a region of the brain in the hypothalamus, situated directly above the _________. a. Optic chiasm, Suprachiasmatic nucleus b. Pineal gland, optic chiasm c. Pineal gland,

  • The Discovery Of A New Science

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    The Discovery of a New Science A Brief History Physiology has piqued human curiosity for thousands of years. In the early centuries, examination and dissection of the human body was a taboo practice and consequently became mired due to ethical or religious concerns. Scientist had no choice but to undertake inconceivable acts, such as grave robbery in the name of learning and educating. They carried out dissections in secrecy. Human physical and mental health practices have greatly benefitted

  • An Article Found On Thespiritscience. Net Claims That The Pineal Gland

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    that the pineal gland is a small, pine cone-shaped part of the brain, known as the “third eye”, that is the seat which connects the real, physical world with the spiritual world. The author describes the pineal gland as “a tiny pinecone” that produces melatonin, a derivative of the neurotransmitter serotonin which modulates hormones and the circadian rhythm. The true power of this gland has been kept secret by various world governments since the time of the Soviet Union. The pineal gland is the pathway

  • The Circadian Rhythms

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    Each day, when the sun rises and sets, mammals and plants alike conform together with a celestial rhythm that instructs the activities of the day. The human body, along with nearly all other mammals, endogenously oscillates on a rhythm that coincides with these daily activities. However, when mammals are placed in an environment void of nearly all outside influences, also known as zeitgebers, these rhythms continue to run at specified intervals. Thus, the endogenous rhythm must be governed by an

  • Seasonal Affective Disorder Analysis

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    Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that’s related to changes in seasons. SAD begins and ends about the same time every year. SAD is a subtype of recurrent depression that involves a major depressive episode onset in the fall and/or winter months with full remission in spring. SAD prevalence rate increases with latitude ranging from 1.4% in Florida to 9.9% in Alaska in the U.S. 5% of the U.S. population that is 14.5 million American is affected. Surveys show that SAD affects

  • Headaches

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    Many people think of cysts as this gross infected bump that sits under the skin that a doctor has to go in consequently to remove. What they do not know is that sometimes they can get into your brain. This type of cyst can be a fluid filled sac or an air-filled sac. They are not ordinarily cancerous, but they can sometimes become cancerous depending on where it is located inside the brain. One out of four people get a cyst surrounding their pineal gland. This can be very hard to see on an MRI because

  • Pineal Gland Cell Tumors

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    Furthermore, Pineal Region tumors don't have to involve the pineal gland The different types of tumors that truly come from pineal gland cells are mixed pineal tumors, pineoblastoma, and pineocytoma. The types of tumors that can occur in the pineal region but don't necessarily have pineal gland cells are germinoma, non- germinoma, dermoid cysts, meningiomas, astrocytomas, and gangliogliomas. The pineal gland cells come from the pineal gland which is located at the back of the

  • Ependymoma Research Papers

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    hold cysts or mineral calcifications (“Ependymoma” 3). The brain is broken up between a top portion and a bottom portion. There is a membrane between them and a wide membrane that departs from the top two-thirds of the brain from the bottom third is called the tentorium (“Ependymoma” 3, 4). Now that I have given some history on ependymoma, let’s learn about the causes of

  • Naturopathic Medical Pros

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    Our society has become more accustomed to a synthetic lifestyle. Because we are losing more and more nature, more and more is becoming unnatural. By this, I mean today in our world things are not as natural as they once were on planet Earth. Our health care has even become synthetic, using pharmaceuticals to treat patient’s ailments. Health is our natural state of being, and because now less is natural on Earth, less people are emitting health. Naturopathic Medicine is a type of medical practice