Make Me Heal is the number one online portal for consumers seeking services, products, and information on all things plastic surgery, anti-aging, and beauty. Think Myspace meets Yahoo of the anti-aging and plastic surgery world and you have Make Me Heal. We hope that you will consider this important, focused medium that boasts over 1,500,000 members and has attracted over 18 million people to our website with an average of 900,000 monthly unique visitors. Due to the wealth of information, services, and resources that Make Me Heal offers, Makemeheal  is consistently ranked in the in the top 75 most visited beauty and wellness websites on the web and in the top 10,000 overall most visited websites on the entire world wide web.

Make Me Heal is the leading one-stop gateway to all the plastic surgery, anti-aging, and beauty products, services, and information resources. Serving all major countries in the world, Make Me Heal's shopping division is comprised of over 35,000 products, including the leading brands of recovery and preparation products for every type of plastic surgery and non-surgical cosmetic procedure. Many of our products are applicable not only to cosmetic procedures, but also to healing from any general surgery or injury. Beyond plastic surgery products and services, we offer one of the largest selections of science-based antiaging skin care and cosmeceutical brands and doctor-recommended beauty products that can benefit a person in their everyday beauty maintenance and antiaging plan. Make Me Heal also has specialized boutiques in other areas including anti-aging nutrition, maternity, breast cancer, and numerous other departments.

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Make Me Heal is also one of the web's largest social networking hubs (like myspace.com), hosting over 55 message boards which make for one of the web's most popular people communities for patient-to-patient information sharing and support. Additionally, Make Me Heal hosts tens of thousands of blogs of people and chat rooms. Further, Make Me Heal has the web's largest library of before and after plastic surgery photos & videos of women and men who have had every type of plastic surgery and non-surgical cosmetic procedure. Also, Make Me Heal has the web's largest and only patient-reviewed plastic surgeon directory of leading doctors, dermatologists, and medical and beauty professionals and includes real patient reviews and ratings of the doctors they used.

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Can-C eye drops

Can-C Is An Eye-Drop That Can Reverse Cataracts

Discovered  in the East and studied  particularly heavily in Russia,  research into a special analogue of the di-peptide carnosine for aging eyes. The eye drops contain an anti aging supplement known as N-acetylcarnosine and it has been proven to be highly effective in the treatment of cataracts.

In addition to help with  cataracts, N-acetylcarnosine may have other benefits. Although the information is not yet published, the unique N-acetylcarnosine formula with its added and synergistic lubricants, could also provide beneficial results with the following eye-disorders:

  • Presbyopia.
  • Open-angle primary glaucoma (in combination with beta-blockers).
  • Corneal disorders.
  • Computer vision syndrome.
  • Eye strain.
  • Ocular inflammation.
  • Blurred vision.
  • Dry eye syndrome.
  • Retinal diseases.
  • Vitreous opacities and lesions.
  • Complications of diabetes mellitus and other systemic diseases.
  • Contact lens difficulties, particularly with soft contact lenses. (Not only do the lubricants in the Can-C N-acetylcarnosine eye-drop help to make wearing contact lenses more comfortable, but n-acetylcarnosine is also believed to reduce the build up of lactic acid in the eye, thus enabling the lens to be left safely in the eye for longer).

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What Every Woman Needs To Know About Menopause

If there is one stage of a woman's life that is hard to cope up with that would be her menopausal years. Menopause is defined as the stage wherein a woman's monthly period has stopped. Veering away from the common conception that menopause is a "disease," people in the medical world says that menopause is nothing but a normal and expected change in any woman's body. Menopause is a traumatic time that has to be faced by every female. It causes a host of changes in your body, and the more you know about it, the better fit you will be to get through it smoothly.
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Now before any of our readers get nervous about "resistance exercise" let's be clear that we not talking about pumping heavy iron or stripping your body fat until your showing off your sixpack abs. In a ground-breaking research study, participants achieved almost magic results even though their average age exceeded 87 years. More on Benefits of Resistance Exercise It Antiaging

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In a recent study at The Yale University School of Medicine, researchers compared the effects of aerobic exercise on insulin resistance in two groups of adults. Participants in the first group had one or both parents with non–insulin dependent diabetes and in the second group neither parent of the participant had diabetes.
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Cancer cells have now been found to have insulin receptors, and we know that insulin and (IGFs) or insulin-like growth factors regulate the energy metabolism and growth essential to the growth and survival of a tumor. Pharmaceutical companies see a potential gold mine in the development of anti-cancer drugs that address this mechanism. This is further proof of the great importance of changing our eating habits, especially to help control our blood sugar levels.
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Our brains are affected by the same processes that contribute to overall aging, so how well we have taken care of ourselves throughout our lives affects not only our general health, but also our mental function. The brain is a ravenous consumer of glucose and oxygen, both of which are supplied by the blood. If your heart is weakened by years of inactivity or if your arteries are clogged with cholesterol, then your memory and mental functioning will be impaired. To counteract aging of the brain, I recommend supplementing with the herb Ginkgo biloba.

Ginkgo biloba contains flavonoids, potent antioxidants that help protect your brain cells from free-radical damage. Ginkgo biloba improves circulation and delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the brain and has been shown to be helpful in combating memory loss, improving mental function, and alleviating depression, dizziness, ringing in the ears and headaches. The recommended dosage is 120-160 mg per day to be taken in three divided doses. You will probably need to give Ginkgo biloba at least six months to start seeing results.

Another herb to use to improve mental function is ginseng. Ginseng is an adaptogen, which improves the body's ability to adapt to a broad range of physical and biochemical conditions and stressors. Ginseng normalizes a wide range of body functions, improves immune response, and increases physical and mental energy and stamina. The recommended dose of ginseng is 500 – 600 mg of a liquid extract or 1 to 2 grams of the dried root. After you've taken it daily for two or three weeks, take a two-week break before starting up again.

Heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, senility, and Alzheimer's disease all share a single hormonal deficiency: low blood levels of DHEA, or dehydroepiandrosterone, a hormone that is produced by your adrenal glands. DHEA, often called the "mother hormone," is considered a precursor hormone, because the body uses it to make other hormones such as testosterone and estrogen.

DHEA has been shown in double-blind, placebo-controlled studies to have restorative and revitalizing effects. Unfortunately, natural DHEA levels decline dramatically with age. By age 70, your DHEA levels will likely be less than 30% of what they were at their peak in your 20s. And low blood levels of DHEA have been associated with many degenerative conditions.

DHEA is available without a prescription. I recommend that both men and women take between 25 and 50 mg of U.S. pharmaceutical-grade DHEA daily.

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We know that aging isn't caused by one factor, Denham Harman, M.D., of the University of Nebraska College of Medicine, has collected data in support of his theory that aging is caused by free radicals. Free radicals are highly unstable molecules that seek out and attack other molecules in your body, such as fats, proteins, and the genetic material in your cells.

The key element in the production of free radicals is oxygen. As your body performs its millions of chemical interactions in the presence of oxygen, free radicals are generated as a byproduct. The environment also contains numerous substances that give us free radicals directly or cause us to create them as a byproduct of fighting off toxins. Each time your body defends itself against a free radical, a new free radical is produced, unleashing a chain reaction that can severely damage or destroy your tissues.

Dr. Harman found that free radicals are implicated in such diseases as atherosclerosis, hypertension, Alzheimer's disease, arthritis, late-onset diabetes, and Parkinson's disease. You can see that free radicals have a far-reaching effect on our bodies — if we let them.

Since oxidation causes free radicals, the solution is an antioxidant. Your body has built-in antioxidant defenses composed of enzymes, vitamins A, C, E, and beta-carotene, and trace minerals such as selenium and zinc. Each plays a different role in your health.

* Beta-carotene (which your body converts to vitamin A) protects the lipid (fat) portion of cells, such as cell membranes, from free-radical damage.

* Vitamin C protects the body's watery components, such as the fluid of the blood, against free-radical attacks. It also restores oxidized vitamin E to its active state.

* Vitamin E prevents cholesterol from being oxidized, or converted into its artery-damaging form. Like beta-carotene, it also protects cell membranes from free-radical damage.

* Selenium is a powerful antioxidant in its own right but is also an essential component of the antioxidant enzyme glutathione peroxidase, which protects against free-radical damage to cell membranes.

* Zinc plays a critical role in immune function, and is involved in more enzymatic reactions than any other mineral.

As we age, our levels of naturally produced antioxidants decline. At middle age, we experience a particularly steep drop in the body's primary antioxidant, glutathione. From that point on, we live in a state of chronic antioxidant deficiency, which continues as we age.

To slow the rate at which we age and reverse much of the damage that aging has already inflicted, we should use antioxidants to counteract the deficiency in our bodies. Antioxidants will put out the "free-radical fire" by interrupting the damaging chain reaction started by free radicals and neutralize free radicals before they have a chance to do damage.

You must give your body ample amounts of antioxidants every day in two ways: by eating antioxidant-rich foods, such as carrots, oranges, leafy greens, nuts, brown rice, and beans, to list only a few, and by taking nutritional supplements. Remember, it's virtually impossible to eat the quantities of food you'd need to get optimal levels of each antioxidant. It's not enough just to consume the Food and Drug Administration's recommended dietary allowance (RDA).

The government's RDAs are of little value in preventing age-related deterioration. My advice is to ignore them. Instead, I recommend that you take enough antioxidants at doses that research has shown to be effective at neutralizing free radicals, which, in some cases, is many times the RDA level.

Here's an overview of the antioxidant doses you should be getting in your multivitamin:
Vitamin A: 5,000 mg
Vitamin C: 2,650 mg
Beta-carotene: 15,000 IU
Vitamin E: 800 IU
Selenium: 200 mcg
Zinc: 30 mg

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