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Moscow Psychiatric Institute- fasting can treat various mental disorders

Any natural treatment which can help to treat a mental illness will also prevent mental diseases in normal persons. so fasting will prevent mental problems like memory loss etc. which occurs in old age to a large number of people to some extent. But we have to avoid excessive eating before fasting. A) Although psychological drugs only temporarily alter the mental states by affecting the brain, fasting may free the brain forever (Bragg & Bragg, 1999).
The useful book on immense health benefits of fasting- The Miracle Of Fasting, 51th Edition: Proven Throughout History For Physical, Mental, & Spiritual Rejuvenation by Paul C. Bragg, Patricia Bragg B) Since the last 50 years therapeutic fasting has been found to be the most effective treatment for schizophrenia in Russia.Beginning in the 1970s, researchers recorded success treating some psychiatric conditions with therapeutic fasting, most notably schizophrenia (Cott, 1974).Fasting Helped in Schizophrenia In the field of psychia…

Connection of the wealth Lord Padmanabha temple and Taxes On Breast feeding & Moustache

A Tax On Breast feeding & MoustacheLord Padmanabha temple got its wealth from royal donations and brutal taxes, such as the ''Breast Tax.''
Securitymen near Sree Ananta Padmanabha Swamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. PTI The Lord Padmanabha temple got its wealth not just from royal donations but also from brutal taxes, such as the 'breast tax', levied by the Travancore kings
Thiruvnanthapuram: The recovery of treasure worth over Rs 5 trillion from the vaults of Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram has stunned the nation. Thanks to it, in Kerala's libraries, sections devoted to Travancore history are seeing some action after decades. Interestingly enough, there are plenty of records on the wealth that was unearthed.
The story of how so much wealth flowed into the temple vault begins in the 15th century, when the temple administration was controlled by a closed group, recorded as "ettara yogam" (the council of eight and a half) w…