This improves blood flow and embiggens a man “down there”

Doctor in hospital looking at ct scan

Results in bigger, thicker, more engorged rockiness

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This boosts blood flow and boosts size “down there”

You may or may not know that the male unit is made up of three chambers or columns of tissue:

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The blood flow to these three chambers is often blocked. This restricts blood flow.

Not good if you want to get great erections as a man.

And it also affects size: the size of the male unit is dictated by how much blood the two big chambers can hold.

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The untold story about preventing strokes

I was at a family picnic when one of my uncles became, for lack of a better word, kind of weird…

He had to sit down. His wife hovered around him.

He had just had a stroke, right then, at the family picnic.

Strokes can happen just like that. And ischemia is the most common cause of stroke. 

It happens when an artery that supplies oxygen rich blood to the brain becomes narrowed or blocked.

This deprivation of oxygen can kill brain cells and cause neurological problems. 

Stroke also increases inflammatory markers.

The brains of stroke sufferers do show signs of regeneration – but that regeneration is often limited by an unknown factor.

New research shows that a treatment intended to block inflammatory proteins can protect against stroke and allow greater recovery post stroke. 

This treatment is already approved for rheumatoid arthritis.

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These animal experiments were conducted at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom. The journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity published the results.

Scientists observed that human and animal stroke victims had increased levels of an inflammatory protein. 

This protein is called interleukin-1 (IL-1). And IL-1 is also high in rheumatoid arthritis.

“Stroke and co-morbidities are associated with raised levels of the pro-inflammatory cytokine interleukin-1 (IL-1).”

Treatments that block IL-1 have already been used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. 

So scientists decided to experiment with these treatments in animals with stroke.

A previous experiment had shown that the treatment can be somewhat protective from damage to the brain after stroke.

“Administration of the IL-1 blocker has shown to be neuroprotective after experimental stroke.”

In addition to that, scientists have observed strong regenerative signals after a stroke…. 

In other words, the brain tries to repair itself but is often unsuccessful.

“Stroke can trigger a robust neuro-reparative response following injury, yet many of these neurons fail to survive or integrate into pre-existing circuits.”

This study was designed to see if IL-1-blocking treatments could allow the brain to repair itself.

“We explore here effects of an IL-1 blocker on post-stroke neurogenesis in young, aged, and obese rats.”

The study looked at numerous markers of brain health in the animals. 

And it turned out that animals given the anti-inflammatory treatment had a more robust protective blood-brain barrier

They also had less damage to the cortex region of the brain and less fluid on the brain.

“Our results show that administration of an IL-1 blocker improves stroke outcome in rats.”

The treatment increased the amount of stem cells in the brain. 

Stem cells create the other cells that make up the brain – and they are key for regeneration after stroke.

“The interleukin-1 blocker increases stem cell proliferation.”

This treatment also increased nerve cells and neurons after stroke.

“The IL-1 blocker also significantly enhances neuroblast migration and the number of newly born neurons after cerebral ischemia.”

It seems that the inflammatory protein IL-1 prevents the brain from repairing itself fully after a stroke. 

And this study shows that blocking IL-1 with this treatment allows for natural recovery from stroke.

“Systemic administration of an IL-1 blocker improves outcome and promotes neurogenesis after experimental stroke.”

Stroke is one of those areas of medical research where enormous funds have been channeled, but progress has been slow. 

“Neuroprotective strategies for ischemic stroke have failed to translate from bench to bedside.”

One of the bottlenecks in the creation of a new treatment is getting the treatment past the regulatory hurdles.

But this treatment is already in use for rheumatoid arthritis… 

This means that many of the regulatory hurdles have been taken out of the way.

“The treatment promotes neurogenesis after experimental stroke, highlighting the therapeutic potential of this clinically approved drug.”

This treatment will need to undergo some more testing before it becomes widely used for the treatment of stroke. 

But the fact that it is already clinically approved for arthritis means that it can progress to clinical practice quite rapidly.

Older age and obesity are often complicating factors in the treatment of stroke. 

But this treatment is effective in older and obese animals.

“Our results show that administration of an IL-1 blocker improves stroke outcome in both young and aged or obese rats.”

You should always get professional medical advice about dealing with the complications of ischemic stroke.

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This “manly element” reduces arthritis and joint pain by 80%

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Reparative effects of interleukin-1 receptor antagonist in young and aged/comorbid rodents after cerebral ischemia