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Is Acupuncture Good for Treating Fibromyalgia?

There have been many research studies carried out and which support the use of acupuncture for treating various pain and fatigue disorders and certainly it seems that acupuncture has a lot to offer to those who suffer from fibromyalgia. Unfortunately because of the difference in an acupuncturist’s diagnosis and then treatment of disorders the studies that are carried out can be quite challenging. Where as with a normal western doctor they will usually prescribe the same treatment for everyone with the same disorder, whilst an acupuncturist will assess each patient in terms of their specific imbalance. For example, if say 10 people with fibromyalgia who are treated by an acupuncturist will more than likely give a different diagnosis for each one, and therefore will end up receiving their own customized treatment.

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Diet and Excercise for a Mesothelioma Patient

It is easy for someone who is diagnosed with mesothelioma to lose interest in proper diet and exercise because how can they stay healthy when they already have cancer? The answer is simple. There are diets and fitness plans designed for cancer patients that you can follow to stay healthy. Nutrition and exercise are important in helping your body fight the cancer, increase your sense of well-being, and heighten your energy levels. This is important especially during treatments of chemotherapy or radiation therapy because they can significantly decrease your appetite and drive to do much of anything.

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Does Natural Pain Relief Really Exist?

Everyone will suffer pain at some point in their lives. Grim as this may sound, some pain is necessary – it’s a signal from our brain that something is wrong in our body, something we need to address to protect our health and well-being. It can be caused by anything from a dental cavity to a broken bone to a disease. Once we determine where the pain is coming from, we can diagnose and address the health problem, thus alleviating the pain.

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Pre-menopause Symptoms: What Every Woman Should Know

Pre-menopause symptoms are actually just a preview of what menopause brings for a woman. Hence, many or all the symptoms experienced during menopause can randomly occur and are included in pre-menopause symptoms.

Menopause is the period is a woman’s life when her menstrual cycle stops and her ovaries start lowering their estrogen and progesterone production thus ending her fertile period .

Pre-menopause symptoms can be perceived as merely unusual to all the way down being debilitating. A woman’s ability to cope with any pre-menopause symptom is generally a reflect of her ability to cope with changes in her life in general.

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Male Libido – 3 Natural Herbs for Stronger Libido Part 2

In part 1 we looked at the basic nutrients in a diet you need for a stronger sex drive and increased libido.

Here we are going to look at three herbs you can use to make male libido stronger.

Let’s look at these herbs and why you should include them in your diet for sexual wellness.

They have been working for thousands of years

Unlike many herbs sold these have been favourites for thousands of years and have been used by literally hundreds of millions of people to ignite sex drive and increase male libido and combat erectile dysfunction.

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Diabetes Symptoms: The Various Kinds Of Symptoms To Deal With

Diagnosing diabetes symptoms can be difficult in identifying at first, as manifestation of the disease is gradual. Sometimes, because symptoms can also be common to other illnesses, the real illness may be overlooked. Diabetes symptoms may vary, the list may go on and on but not everybody (diabetes patients) has them. There are even some cases that no symptoms may show on some patients.

Diabetes occurs when the body’s ability to react to insulin gets affected. The insulin is your body hormone that allows your blood sugar (glucose) to enter body cells. When too much glucose enters the blood, this leads to the elevated amount of blood glucose, which it can cause glucose spillage towards the urine. This is the primary reason why one of the most classic diabetes symptoms, frequent urination, plagues the patient.

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For Depression Treatment, There is a Helping Hand in Yoga

Depression is a mental ailment affecting several people in spite of the side effects of most depression medications. Consequently, it may be best to seek alternative methods of depression treatment. One stand-out is Yoga and it has gotten my vote.

Friends, research has shown that some form of depression treatment medication is offered to over 20 million Americans annually.

Nonetheless, effective as they may be for a while, it’s been noted that these depression drugs have several side effects which may include nausea, fatigue, insomnia and some sexual dysfunctions.

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Normalizing Low Body Temperatures Often Critical to Restoring Good Health

Are you suffering from fatigue, migraines, PMS, hair loss, depression, inability to lose weight, muscle and joint aches, heat and/or cold intolerance, or other baffling symptoms that your doctor can’t explain? Fixing a low body temperature might quickly and easily solve your health problems.

Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome (WTS) is a condition that causes symptoms characteristic of decreased thyroid system function. It is best identified by its reproducible and predictable response to a special thyroid hormone treatment protocol developed by E. Denis Wilson, MD. It is the cluster of often debilitating symptoms especially brought on by significant physical or emotional stress that can persist even after the stress has passed (due to a maladaptive slowing of the metabolism). It is characterized by a body temperature that runs, on average, below normal and routine thyroid blood tests are often in the “normal range.”

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The Truth About Diet Plans

Let’s get right down to it….!

You want to lose weight so you go on what is called “A DIET” or “DIET PLAN”. This diet plan is a special limited selection of foods and drinks chosen for health and weight loss. On the surface, this sounds good. So you go on this diet plan and follow it to the best of your ability. You start eating salads, more fruit, yogurt, and so on and so on. But you can’t, maintain it or you lose a few pounds and pick it right back up. Next you try another new ‘fad’ diet that just came on the scene. Yet you get the same inconsistent results and FRUSTRATION.

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Depression Treatment and Changing Your Diet – Results Could Beat Using Drugs

I had stated in a previous article how Yoga could work as a natural depression treatment based on my own experiences. To add to that information-being a very important limb of Yoga into itself- what you eat also has an effect on your mental health. Consequently, if you’re interested in a drug-free treatment of depression, without the side-effects common to most depression medications, a crucial step will be to make some dietetic changes amongst other factors.

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