Results show that the intensity of self-reported craving for carbohydrates increased in a linear relationship with the severity of subjective daytime sleepiness. The odds of having a strong craving for carbs were 50 percent higher among high school seniors with excessive daytime sleepiness. The rate of depression also was higher among students who had a strong craving for carbohydrates (34 percent) than among students who had little or no craving for carbs (22 percent). Students experiencing strong depression were almost three times more likely to have a strong craving for carbohydrates.
Daytime Sleepiness Is Associated With an Increased Craving for Carbs Among Teens
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Proud to announce that my paper reviewing the basic components of The Nemechek Protocol for autism and developmental disorders has been accepted for peer-reviewed publication
Transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation holds potential to suppress COVID-19 cytokine storm
Dr. Nemechek has published another peer-reviewed article discussing the potential of vagus nerve stimulation as treatment for active COVID-19 infection. Here is the abstract (summary)
Read this short communication piece I wrote that was just published in the Journal of Emerging Diseases and Virology. Vagus nerve stimulation holds the potential
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