Are there any natural ways to reduce shingles? Yes. Shingles is the reoccurrence of the chickenpox virus (herpes zoster). While shingles becomes more likely the older we get, it can also occur in younger people too. But, whatever age you are, you can help yourself to reduce your risk. In this episode of my podcast, I share 3 science proven ways to help strengthen your immune system that have been also shown to help shingles. None of them are supplements. All this and the myth of the week. This is episode 41 of Joe Cannon Health podcast, available on Apple and Google Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, Sticher, or wherever else you get your podcasts.
Myth of the week: carbonated water vs. regular water: what's better for hydration?
- My smoothie recipe
- Video: Make Amazon Alexa a white noise machine
- Fluid Replacement after Dehydration: Influence of Beverage Carbonation and Carbohydrate Content
- Nutritional Factors in Herpes Zoster, Postherpetic Neuralgia, and Zoster Vaccination
- The Incidence and Risk of Herpes Zoster in Patients With Sleep Disorders: A Population-Based Cohort Study
- Herpes zoster epidemiology, management, and disease and economic burden in Europe: a multidisciplinary perspective
- Shingles Immunity and Health Functioning in the Elderly: Tai Chi Chih as a Behavioral Treatment
- Micronutrient Intake and the Risk of Herpes Zoster: A Case-Control Study
- Psychological Stress as a Trigger for Herpes Zoster: Might the Conventional Wisdom Be Wrong?
- Potential Role of Flavonoids in Treating Chronic Inflammatory Diseases with a Special Focus on the Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Apigenin