New Cellulite Remover

If there is one thing that all women can agree on that they do not like it would be cellulite. You know, the condition where your skin starts looking like cottage cheese. I don't know of anyone who likes having thighs with cellulite. We definitely don't show them off and in fact we go out of our way to hide our legs if we do have cellulite. I know that I've gone to the pool and felt sensitive enough to wrap my butt in a shawl to cover the dimples on my thighs and butt. This summer was one of those times when I didn't loose enough weight and even though it was a lot of cellulite it was enough to make me uncomfortable.

Anyway, I went searching for something that could help me get rid of my cellulite faster. I was walking 4 to 5 days a week for at least a mile and yes I lost a couple of pounds but as you get older it feels like to me that I have to do more to get the same results. My problem is I don't seem to have as much time as I once did so getting in a mile or so 4 days a week is challenging and that's why I started looking around for a product that could help me reduce my cellulite from my thighs so I could enjoy my summer once and for all.

I researched a lot of sites but this is the one that caught my eye, Procellix Reviews. This is a site that introduced me to Aminophylline Cream which is an active ingredient I'd never heard of before, so I found this article on Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aminophylline) to learn a little bit more about it and boy was I impressed with what I learned.

"Aminophylline is a compound of the bronchodilator theophylline with ethylenediamine in 2:1 ratio. The ethylenediamine improves solubility, and the aminophylline is usually found as a dihydrate.Aminophylline is less potent and shorter-acting than theophylline. Its most common use is in the treatment of airway obstruction from asthma or COPD. It is used off-label as a reversal agent during nuclear stress testing. Aminophylline is a nonselective adenosine receptor antagonist and phosphodiesterase inhibitor.

It is more soluble in water than theophylline. White or slightly yellowish granules or powder, having a slight ammoniacal odor and a bitter taste. Upon exposure to air, it gradually loses ethylenediamine and absorbs carbon dioxide with the liberation of free theophylline. Its solutions are alkaline. One g dissolves in 25 mL of water to give a clear solution; 1 g dissolved in 5 mL of water crystallizes upon standing, but redissolves when a small amount of ethylenediamine is added. Insoluble in alcohol and in ether.

Aminophylline causes bronchodilation, diuresis, central nervous system and cardiac stimulation, and gastric acid secretion by blocking phosphodiesterase which increases tissue concentrations of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) which in turn promotescatecholamine stimulation of lipolysis, glycogenolysis, and gluconeogenesis, and induces release of epinephrine from adrenal medulla cells

Adenosine is an endogenous extracellular messenger that can regulate myocardial oxygen needs. It acts through cellular surface receptors which effect intracellular signalling pathways to increase coronary artery blood flow, slow heart rate, block atrioventricular node conduction, suppress cardiac automaticity, and decrease β-adrenergic effects on contractility. Adenosine also antagonizes chronotropic and ionotropic effects of circulating catecholamines. Overall, adenosine decreases the heart’s rate and force of contraction, which increases blood supply to the cardiac muscle. Given specific circumstances this mechanism (which is intended to protect the heart) may cause atropine-resistant refractory bradyasystole.[2] Adenosine’s effects are concentration-dependent. Adenosine’s receptors are competitively antagonized by methylxanthines such as aminophylline. Aminophylline competitively antagonizes the cardiac actions of adenosine at the cell surface receptors. Thus, it increases heart rate and contractility."

What all this means is that it works to reduce the fat under women's skin, even if you don't exercise, so it is a product that should work for anyone. Here is a good video that describes cellulite a lot better than I ever could.


Get Rid of Hemorrhoids

How to Get Rid of Hemorrhoids Once And For All. written by: cskaranja Human body’s lower region has rich connective tissue and arteriovenous channels that controls the movement of the bowel through the rectum. While the rectal region plays a great role in waste excretion, it is highly susceptible to hemorrhoids attacks. A hemorrhoid refers to a condition in which rectal veins get swollen resulting to rectal bleeding and even pain. 

The fact that this occurs in the anal area makes many people feel embarrassed, uncomfortable even. Few people suffering from this condition seek medical attention, until it's very late. And the risk of an attack is real since half of world's population suffers from hemorrhoids once in their lives . How do you prevent yourself from such an illness? Are there treatments in case of an attack? What causes hemorrhoids even? Read on.

Gaining the right information on this condition is critical. Hemorrhoids are caused by inflammation of veins in the rectal area. The swelling is occasioned by excessive pressure resulting from situations such as strains caused by bowel movements, constipation and long durations of sitting in one position without moving. Obesity, pelvic floor dysfunction, and chronic are could also lead to this condition.

Inflammation can occur in any of the two forms; internal swelling which originates just above the dentate line. They cause a painless rectal bleeding. External inflammations common on the outer region of the anal area, occur below the pectinate line. It's not uncommon, though, for internal and external attacks to occur simultaneously in one individual. This makes the condition not only discomforting, but if left untreated, it can pose real health problems. In severe cases, vascular structures become pathological.

Symptoms that manifest the onset of a hemorrhoid attack?
On the onset of attack, the following occurrences are common:
a. Pain in the anal area. This is especially common if the attack is external.
b. Feeling of itchiness and irritation in the anal surroundings.
c. Rare but fatal rectal bleeding which could easily lead to anemia.
d. Blood release in the bowel. The bleeding isn't painful and may actually subside after sometime only to recur later.
d. A discharge that is mucous in nature.

Who are at risk of suffering hemorrhoids attacks?
Obese people are at a great risk of suffering an attack since their weight exerts massive strain on the lower region. Pregnant women, too, could suffer from a hemorrhoid. The condition, however, disappears on delivery. Individuals whose work calls for long hours of sitting in a single position without moving are equally at risk, especially as their ages advances. Lastly, elderly people are the most susceptible to experience these difficulties. As a matter of fact, 50 percent of the world's population suffers from hemorrhoids.

Rectal abnormalities can wreck havoc on individual’s confidence as well as health condition. As a precaution, using the right diet helps lower the risk by 65 percent. Especially, eating foods rich in fibers makes bowel movement to be smooth and fast. This relieves the rectal area of the need to exert unnecessary pressure to force the bowel out. Lifestyle changes such as doing simple body exercises, and alternating between tasks that calls for sitting for long hours with those that require constant movements could help a great deed.

However, it isn't always possible to prevent occurrence of hemorrhoids. When they attack, taking the earliest possible action is paramount so as to reduce pain and stop its progress. Indeed, there are medical alternatives for treating this condition , many of them. Some, such as creams, helps in reducing the pain, albeit temporary. In severe cases, though, treatment may involve surgeries to correct the condition. This is not only costly, but surgeries can be fatal risk to opt for.

This makes alternative treatments ideal. Natural treatments have been used overtime to treat mild and chronic illnesses for they've fewer side effects. Neither do they cause dependence on drugs. Venapro is one such a treatment. Its strength lies in the fact Venapros can be used to treat both forms of hemorrhoids. And since they're can used without a doctors’ prescription, they eliminate the discomforts associated with the condition.

Tip. The Reviews of Venapro shows the treatment comes in two modes: oral capsules and oral sprays. For such, they're smooth on the sensitive rectal area, and acts fast to ease off the pain and the discomfort.

While pain and swelling caused by hemorrhoids may subside with time, the condition always recurs becoming even worse than it was in preceding stages. It is, therefore, utmost vital to seek proper medical attention so as to treat the condition for good. Using the right medicine helps prevent injuries to the sensitive rectal area, as well as eliminating the discomfort that comes with the condition. For their part, Venapro treatments are effective, fairly priced and a proven hemorrhoids treatment alternative.


Cellulite Factor Book

I was just about to move on to another topic when I came across this website in relation to cellulite. Now, this is about a book that is supposed to cover everything you need to know about cellcellulite. This means, how it is formed and more importantly how to get rid of it. 

I simply couldn't stop reading this book - yes, I bought it because I have cellulite problems too. Anyway, I couldn't stop reading all the information I found in this ebook. Now, the writing isn't the best, but neither is mine so I won't hold that against Doctor Charles, although this seems to be a pretty popular book so you'd think the miscues could have been corrected... but I digress. The truth is I learned a lot from this book. I never really expected this to be such a deep subject but cellulite is very very intricate and there are some eating habits that can go a long way in preventing the cottage cheese skin so that exercise isn't as much a factor... I know I like that part.

I haven't finished the whole book but so far it really looks interesting so I would highly suggest you take a look at this overview site and then go on to the sales page if you're still interested in getting your own copy. It's called The Cellulite Factor

Update - I couldn't find out a whole lot about this book after doing some searching. Looks like it's pretty new and the word is just getting around. Regardless I'm still pretty impressed with the knowledge I'm getting from this book. Some of it looks to be a little challenging for me to do, but I'm getting into it. It so refreshing to actually have a clear understanding of what I need to be doing and not guessing anymore.