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Burning Tongue and its Treatment

01st July 2009
The appearance of the tongue is generally unaffected but severe pain is experienced, expecially when the tongue comes into contact with spicy or hot food, citrus, or toothpaste. Post-menopausal women are most at risk of developing this condition. Potentia... Read >
Author: jerry

Head Sweating – Keeping Facial Hyperhidrosis Under Control

29th April 2009
Normally, when you start running or jogging, eating spicy foods or are exposed to direct heat, you begin to sweat. Some people do not sweat as much as others, and this all has to do with the activity levels of your sweat glands. Yet there are some people ... Read >
Author: jeffykk

How to get rid of Heartburn, Remedies and Methods

10th April 2009
For the most part you can prevent heartburn by making changes to your lifestyle and staying away from the wrong foods. Some of the worst foods you can eat are greasy ones, spicy foods, peppers, onions, dairy products, and chocolate. However, heartburn cou... Read >
Author: John Adison

Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms: Detect Pregnancy by yourself.

09th February 2009
Many women question what will be the first pregnancy sign or symptom that she can detect after conceiving. Most woman are well-advised to detect all early pregnancy sign and symptoms, prior to she approaches the doctor. These pregnancy signs and symptoms ... Read >
Author: Narisa R.

Tips on how to overcome gastritis

05th November 2008
Gastritis is not a disease on its own but a symptom of abnormal digestion. It is characterized by inflammation or irritation of the lining of the stomach. It affects millions of people worldwide. It can be divided into 3 categories: (1) erosive and hemorr... Read >
Author: mohamad ali

Tips on What to Eat When You Have Gerd Acid Reflux Disease

15th October 2008
Tips On What To Eat When You Have GERD When you have a medical condition like GERD, what you eat is going to be important. What you eat when you have gerd and when you eat is possible the two most important first step in your road to recovery. In... Read >
Author: yes

Constipated? Run and get Run Chang Wan

23rd September 2008
This is a classic constipation formula recorded in 1249 CE by the herbalist Lee Tung-yuan in his medical treatise Discussion of the Spleen and Stomach. Run Chang Wan, also called Moisten Bowel Pills, is designed to treat constipation associated with dr... Read >
Author: herbalspan

TEA TASTER: How to Become a Tea Taster?

09th September 2008
TEA TASTER: How to Become a Tea Taster? Who is a tea taster? Tea taster is a specialized professional in the tea industry. The job of a tea taster is one among the most gifted careers in the world today. Tea tasting is totally an art, but needs th... Read >
Author: P.N.K. GURU

All about Capsaicin – A Hot Spicy Additive, Repellent, Deterrent

08th September 2008
Capsaicin comes in two forms - natural, which is made from hot peppers, and synthetic, which is produced in a laboratory. The efficacy of the two forms appears to be identical. Animal Deterrent Capsaicin can also be used to deter animals, but not bir... Read >
Author: aversiontech

Ways to Get Rid of Hiccups

25th July 2008
Remember the day, when you just had to leave for an urgent meeting for delivering an important office reportand hiccups started to irritate you. Or it may happen that when you decided to start your speech, hiccups starts up leaving you feeling humiliated ... Read >
Author: Rick Hutch

What To Eat To Prevent Heartburn

21st July 2008
Heartburn does not just affect those who are high stressed or love their spicy foods. Pregnant women suffer from heartburn too. You will find as your pregnancy progresses that antacids tend to become your best friend. Heartburn has nothing to do with your... Read >
Author: efoartticle

Hiccups - Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

16th July 2008
Hiccups are sudden, involuntary contractions of the diaphragm muscle. As the muscle contracts repeatedly, the opening between your vocal cords snaps shut to check the inflow of air and makes the hiccup sound. Irritation of the nerves that extend from the ... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Home Remedies for Acidity

13th June 2008
AcidityAcidity and heartburn are due to occurrence of too a lot acid in the stomach that causes irritation of the gastrointestinal casing. This causes a burning soreness. When this too much acid leaks back into the throat this inflames and the reaction of... Read >
Author: jenny

Aerophagia Explained - Causes And Aerophagia Treatment

06th November 2007
Aerophagia (var. aerophagy) is a condition that occurs when a person swallows too much air, which goes to the stomach. It causes gas bloating of the abdomen and frequent belching. It may cause pain, too, which sometimes is difficult to diagnose. Actually,... Read >
Author: Alien

Home Remedies For Liver-Cleansing

21st April 2007
Our liver is responsible for many important functions in the body. The liver produces bile and because bile helps in breaking down fats it is important for normal digestion and for the delivery of nutrients from intestines into the blood. The liver regula... Read >
Author: Alien
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