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6 Best Urologists in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor (2022)

If you are looking for the best urologists in Malaysia , you've come to the right place. Urology is the surgical specialty that focuses on the urinary tracts of males and females, and on the reproductive system of males. Some of the diseases treated by an urologist are: Erectile Dysfunction Fallen Bladder Bladder Control Problems Painful Bladder System Prostate/Bladder Cancer A testicular mass Infertility (Male) Male Circumcision Urinary or Kidney Stones Difficulty Urinating Stress Incontinence Urinary Tract Infection Here is a list of the best urologists you can find in Malaysia. Note: This list is in no particular order. 1. Dr. Kenneth Koh Beng Hock - Gleneagles (Ampang) Kuala Lumpur  Address and Contact: Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur Address: 282 and 286, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Telephone Contact Number: +603-4141 3000 Ambulance Line: +603 4141 3131 Other Urologists in Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur: Dr. Chua Chong Beng - Urologist (Surgeon) Dr. Lam Hock Shang - Urologist

Best Strategies to Promote Brain Autophagy

Brain autophagy is a process whereby the brain regenerates and replaces old and unhealthy brain cells with new and healthier cells. Unfortunately, as you age, there is an increasing risk of brain degeneration. Leading an unhealthy lifestyle and toxic environmental factors can lead to a decline in brain health and function. The good news is that making some lifestyle changes using natural brain-supporting strategies can help to enhance brain autophagy, support your brain function, and prevent brain degeneration. In this article, you will learn about the importance of brain health, the process of brain degeneration, the importance of brain autophagy, and the importance of creating resilient brain mitochondria. We will share our top strategies to promote brain autophagy and brain health. How The Brain Degenerates Most of your brain cells were formed while you were in your mother’s womb, others developed during infancy. While your brain cells are one of the longest living cells in your bod

Do NAD-boosting supplements fight aging?

The fabled “fountain of youth” has remained elusive for thousands of years. So when you see an ad for modern science’s newest incarnation of anti-aging hope in a bottle — supplements that boost the body’s levels of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, or NAD for short — it’s deeply tempting to click “Buy now.” The marketing messages on these sleek websites offer promises of not just longevity, but healthy longevity. Unfortunately, the hype is ahead of the research, and it’s unclear whether the research will ever confirm the hype. Here’s what we know: NAD — which includes NAD+ and NADH — is a molecule that supports cellular function in a number of important ways, including keeping our DNA healthy, converting food into usable energy and regulating our sleep/wake cycles. Low levels of NAD are associated with increased risk of heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease and accelerated aging. NAD levels naturally decline with age. This happens for two reasons, according to physician

Top Tips to Prevent and Relieve Constipation 2022

Estimates suggest up to 20% of the general population experience chronic constipation, 1   characterized by hard, dry and difficult to pass stools, and/or having less than three bowel movements per week. Chronic constipation also accounts for at least 8 million annual doctor's visits in the U.S. 2 While temporary constipation can be the result of simply eating poorly for a day or two, chronic constipation has been linked to a number of other, more serious health problems, including diverticulitis, kidney disease, 3  colorectal and gastric cancer, 4  ulcerative colitis 5  and Parkinson's disease. 6 So, having regular bowel movements is not just a matter of comfort, it also has important health implications. Following are several of my top tips for getting and staying regular. 1. Stay Properly Hydrated Perhaps the most basic of all recommendations is to make sure you're drinking enough water each day. While using thirst as a guide to how much water you need is an obvious way

A Mouth Guard as Effective as CPAP for Sleep Apnea?

Doctors who practice sleep medicine are finding that mandibular advancement devices (MADs) or moveable mouth guards, are an effective alternative to CPAP machines for sleep apnea. 1   Sleep apnea is a medical condition during which you intermittently stop breathing while you're asleep. The most common type of sleep apnea is obstructive sleep apnea, which often presents as snoring. Nearly 50% of the population snores. 2  However, sleep apnea is more than just snoring. The throat muscles may intermittently relax during sleep, obstructing the airway and lowering the oxygen level in the blood. As the brain registers that oxygen levels have declined, the person awakens briefly. Breathing may resume with a loud gasp or body jerk, yet the person does not remember waking during the night. 3  A person may have mild, moderate or severe sleep apnea. Those with a severe condition can wake up more than 30 times every hour. There are specific physical and c


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