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Minor Heartburn Treatment

25th September 2008
Heartburn can come in many different levels of severity. It can range from mild to severe. It also has a number of different causes, with the most common being diet and obesity. There are also a number of heartburn treatment options available. For mild ... Read >
Author: Krishan Bakhru

Swami Ram Dev Yoga Cd / DVD/ Book

19th September 2008
Yog Science (Pranayama & Yog Assan) 2 VCDs in English This VCDs Part 1 contains Pranayams performed by Swami Ramdev Ji including Bhastrika, Kapalbhati, Bahya,Anulom - Vilom, Bhramri, Udgeeth and Ujjayee.This VCDs Part 2 contains Yoga aasans for getting... Read >
Author: jainish

Rogaine or Generic Minoxidil, Which One Is More Helpful?

15th September 2008
Rogaine was the first medicinal drug in history approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treating hereditary hair loss. By now it has been approved and is available as a cure for baldness in many other countries of the world. Its only act... Read >
Author: Dody

Natural Vasolidators and High Blood Pressure (HBP), Hypertension

15th September 2008
Now what a vasolidator does it increase the flow of blood to the tissue or even within the vein. The blood flow is increased to the various organs as well. Vasolidators are used as the treatment for many problems and ailments. In low blood pressure or in ... Read >
Author: Samuel

Why Your Blood Pressure Raise at Night - What You Should Know

15th September 2008
The heart pumps blood to all parts of the body and this blood is carried throughout the body via the arteries. The force with which the heart pumps the blood into the arteries is known as blood pressure. While there is no particular cause of blood pressur... Read >
Author: Samuel

Natural Substitutesfor Beta Blockers

15th September 2008
Beta-Adrenergic Blockers are medicines that are used for patients with high blood pressure. But like any other medicine even these have various adverse effects and that is why people as well the doctors and scientists are now looking for natural replace... Read >
Author: Samuel

High Blood Pressure is Curable!

09th September 2008
Lower Your High Blood Pressure Fast - No Meds? Here's an inexpensive $49 program that combines HANDGRIP ISOMETRICS and PACED NATURAL BREATHING exercises for fastest results. There is now a preponderance of evidence that Isometric Handgrip Exercise and Pac... Read >
Author: bpdown

Why Are Some People More Successful Than Others?

09th September 2008
Why Are Some People More Successful Than Others? What is it that makes certain people successful while others are not? Only 5% of all people are really successful. What do they do that that differs from the rest? In this article you will discover the s... Read >
Author: personalcoaching

Stop Binge Drinking: How You Can Overcome Alcohol Abuse

17th August 2008
When it is time to stop binge drinking, it's time to deal with the physical and emotional issues that lead to the alcohol abuse. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism reports that binge drinking is not just a college student problem. Over... Read >
Author: Mark C Roberts

Stop Overeating: Self Hypnosis For Compulsive Overeating

15th August 2008
Overeating is a habit that many people develop early in life. It is also a habit that can cause serious medical implications. Overeating is defined as eating beyond the point of satiety and when not prompted by hunger. In our society, where food is plente... Read >
Author: Mark C Roberts

Stop Overeating – Stop A Growing Problem

15th August 2008
Many people are faced with the task of how to stop overeating. Overeating is defined as eating when not hungry or past satiety. As a nation, we are facing an obesity epidemic. Although some cases of obesity are caused by other factors, eating this way acc... Read >
Author: Mark C Roberts

Symptoms Of Stress

14th August 2008
We know that stress is present in the body because of symptoms and you will find very many symptoms of stress. Symptoms are not unique and they are easily mistaken for other conditions. One thing that is for sure, people react very differently when it com... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

Moringa - The Natural Health Supplement for Menopause

12th August 2008
Menopause is the complete shutting down of the female reproductive system. The normal age range for the occurrence of menopause is somewhere between the age of 45 and 55. After menopause, women are more likely to have heart disease, osteoporosis, high blo... Read >
Author: Avon

Do You have Symptoms of Fatigue, Shortness of Breath, or a Rapid Heart Beat?

22nd July 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Charles Carter Let me know if this sounds like you? You experience frequent bouts of quick onset of sweating, a sudden rapid heart rate, or all of a sudden a shortness of breath. You may think that you are having a heart attack, thou... Read >
Author: liveleantoday

Is junk food really so bad for you?

03rd July 2008
We've all heard about junk food and its supposed dangers. Is what we've heard true though? What is junk food exactly, and is it as bad for us as it's supposed to be?The coining of the term is commonly attributed to American microbiologist Michael Jacobson... Read >
Author: Stephanie Lee
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