Maybe you've heard the use of leeches as a healing wound or disease on modern health technologies. Or other strange things. Here are five things at once is unusual uniquely beneficial to your health, at least according to Christopher Wanjek, author of Bad Medicine and Food At Work.
1. Vibration exercise
This exercise was initially considered a myth. However, the opposite has been a lot of exercise equipment that uses vibration in the training system. Induced vibration is believed to increase your mobility in the move. Machine vibration can accelerate the healing of muscle and bone density in patients with established osteoporosis. The drawback, no studies that address the levels of vibration and how much time a safe practice.
2. Running in bare feet
Maybe this time a strange thing if you run or jog barefoot. However, running with bare feet is very beneficial to the shins, knees, hips, and back. According to a study published in the journal Nature (2010), running shoes which appeared in the 60's can change the posture and the way humans walk.
3. Cleaning the tongue
Ritual scrape dirt on the tongue has been run since time immemorial by the Indians they called ayurveda. This is rarely done because you will feel choking, pain, or disgust smell a bad odor. However, dozens of studies conducted in western proves this is the most effective way to cope with bad breath, prevent dental caries, gum disease, and even colds.
4. Healing with the use of parasitic
For those of you who have allergy or asthma symptoms are usually more frequent use of eye drops, pills, or inhalants. However, the researchers gave the idea of healing with the use of something that might be considered dirty and disgusting. They said the protection of a particular type of parasitic infection (hookworm) can cure allergies or Crohn's disease and multiple sclerosis.
5. Fecal transplant
This may sound very strange. On a stool or a transplant procedure is also called the faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT), the doctor injects the feces of healthy people into the intestine of a patient through a tube-like instrument. This treatment is effective for patients with Clostridium difficile infection (CDI), an infection causing severe diarrhea or other illness-causing bacteria-induced diarrhea. Prosedut FMT also known as bacteriotherapy, fecal transplants, fecal transfusion, or human probiotic infusion (HPI), by transferring bekteri "healthy" with probiotics into the intestines.
FMT in principle is an effort to restore the flora colony by introducing healthy bacteria flora through an infusion or injection of feces from a healthy donor. This procedure can also address other diseases, such as colitis, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, and some neurological diseases.