Some facts about green tea

Green tea is considered the most widely consumed drink in the world following water. In many Asian families Green tea serves a staple in the diets while it’s reckoned as a part of Chinese and Japanese cultures. In China green tea is the most popular drink and a large number of Green tea’s varieties are found there. The reasons behind Green tea’s popularity are its subtle taste and rich aroma. Usually, Japanese Green tea is steam-dried while Chinese Green tea is oven dried and that is the basic difference between these two. In China, the areas near the border of the Zhejiang and Fujian provinces are quite popular for their green tea production. While in Japan the best green tea is produced in Uji region. Continue reading “Some facts about green tea”

Psychotic symptoms in women can be eased with sex hormone, Australian scientists find.

According to Australian scientists’ report, women who given estrogen (sex hormone) are less likely to suffer hallucination or delusion.

The report published in the Archives of General Psychiatry Journal on Monday and it showed that sex hormone might boost blood flow to the brain.

A UK mental health charity stated that they needed funds for bigger studies in this connection.

Some amount of estrogen is found in men’s bodies while in women it produces in much greater amount and besides other functions it helps to regulate the menstrual cycle.

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Brain Hemorrhage Outcomes May Improve by Lowering Blood Pressure

According to a pilot study, Intravenous treatment to greatly lower the blood pressure of people who’ve just undergone hemorrhage in the brain may improve their prognosis.

Bleeding in skull often causes a quick climb in blood pressure, which may give further bleeding and the growth of the hematoma (a region of inner bleeding). The background information in the study suggests that it can cause the patient’s condition to get worse and enhance the risk of disability or loss of life.

To lower very high blood pressure as soon as possible in patients, with intracranial hemorrhage, is recommended but there is little support on when to start treatment or how much to lower blood pressure. This takes to wide dissimilarity in managing of high blood pressure in these patients.
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