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July 2017


Losing your memory?  Alzheimer's link to even just one night of poor sleep.

Washington University School of Medicine have discovered that even one night of disrupted sleep is enough to raise levels of the brain protein amyloid beta, which is linked with Alzheimer's disease.  When this clumps together it can stop neuronal brain cells talking with each other, which can destroy neurons and erase memory.  

In Australia, more than 1 in 3 adults complain of significant sleep issues, with even more saying they "don't feel refreshed when they wake in the morning".  "Lack of sleep impacts your concentration; you become forgetful and also display irritation.  Your cognition deteriorates, and even a mild cognitive impairment can be a warning sign for Alzheimer's disease"- Dr Justin Lim

What is JUVEBRAIN?  It is a Medical (Non-invasive) Brain Restoration Program.

Alzheimer's and Dementia are mentally crippling conditions where memory is lost, and loved ones cannot even recognize family and friends.  JUVEBRAIN restoration program works on the principle of increased blood flow to the cerebral hemispheres of the brain, and stimulating mitochondrial activity, potentially reducing the risk and severity by using our Australian designed and developed JUVBRAIN machine.  Beneficial in the reduction of risk and rehabilitation after certain CerebroVascular Accidents (CVA) (Strokes)- without drugs, without side effects.  It is used in conjunction with BRMC Brain Tonic.

Overuse of Antibiotics

When was the last time you had antibiotics? Was it really necessary?

A new study published by the Medical Journal of Australia describes the overuse of antibiotics. "New measures are needed to curb antibiotic prescribing" with GPs prescribing for "acute respiratory infections at 4 to 9 times the recommended rate."

There are nearly 6 million respiratory infection cases in general practice annually, but this "far exceeded the 0.65-1.36 million prescriptions recommended by the Australian Therapeutic Guidelines".

What are the options to stay healthy?

There are complementary medicine available for such cases, including Professor Yoland Lim Health Care's LU8936, HYP4631 and LYMP986 for the immune system.

Osteoporosis Drug Banned

The osteoporosis drug strontium ranelate (Protos) has been withdrawn from the market due to its risk of increasing the risk of cardiovascular events (eg heart attacks and strokes).  The manufacturer (Servier) stated from "August 2017 (will be) permanently discontinued". 

Even a few years ago, in 2014, the TGA stated Protos was contraindicated (ie. not to be used at all) for patients already at cardiovascular risk and for immobile patients.

At peak usage in 2012 there were greater than 330,000  prescriptions for the drug but usage thereafter has decreased.  With this amount of use it is a timely reminder that we should all be aware of potential side effects from prescription medications.  If you are unsure please discuss with your GP.

What's a natural option, without side effects?  Professor Yoland Lim Health Care's AMX808, MUS123, AOIL99 for orthopaedic and arthritic problems. 

June 2017

#MedicalJournalMonday #VitaminD

Why are you taking Vitamin D? Is it really beneficial or are you just wasting your money, and making very expensive urine?

Patients ask "Dr should I be taking Vitamin D?" Professor Yoland Lim Health Care has an ethos that if you are relatively healthy, and can obtain nutrition from what you eat daily, then supplements are not absolutely required. Now a recent medical study of over 5000 patients from New Zealand has confirmed this. It concluded that Vitamin D does NOT reduce fractures and falls in patients. It went on to say:

"Vitamin D do not confer overall benefit either in frail elderly people or in a healthy, ambulatory, general population".

Brisbane Associate Professor Rachel Neale also stated "Some GPs are pushing people to take fairly high supplements to get their (patient's) levels up to 75 or 100nnm/L, and that is actually not supported by what our guidelines suggest should happen".

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