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Beware Not to Have Bath under Several Situations

24th August 2011
Bath could clean our bodies and make us relaxed, so it is good for our health. But in some cases, the bath would hurt you health if you do not pay attention. Do not take bath before going to sleep. Many people are used to sleep immediately after a hot ... Read >
Author: Codeblue

Exercising with Reactive Hypoglycemia: Diet is Key!

14th June 2011
If you have just recently been diagnosed with Reactive Hypoglycemia, or Idiopathic Postprandial Syndrome, I am sure your lifestyle has changed or is changing dramatically. For those of you that have always exercised, you may be frustrated with your workou... Read >
Author: Eclipse Marketing Systems

Simple Facts about Micro Sized Puppies

25th February 2011
Teacup Yorkshire terriers are very little, that have a weight of only about five lbs at the most. There is quite a bit of knowledge to know about yorkiepoos though if you are contemplating such a very tiny breed of dog as a furry addition to your family. ... Read >
Author: desiree williams

Knowledge on facial hyperhidrosis

04th February 2011
In many research being carried out doctors saw peculiar cases of excessive sweating. Lets today for example elaborate one unusual case and related aspects of sweating. A young lad who was a speaker suffered from severe face sweating. According to him t... Read >
Author: cochran105

5 Food that Can Cause Increased Anxiety and Panic Attacks

09th August 2010
Anxiety, panic attacks and food are linked in a number of ways. What we put in our body can actually be fueling your anxiety. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to prevent panic attacks by virtue of controlling, avoiding, or reducing the foods ... Read >
Author: Medical Zones

How To Stop Dizziness Naturally

22nd February 2010
Ever felt as if the world were spinning around you? Or that the darkness is sucking you in? Dizziness can range from lightheadedness to nausea, vomiting to blackouts. Depending on how it manifests itself, there are different kinds of dizziness. Vertigo is... Read >
Author: Winston Jenkins

Why Do Dogs Shake and Shiver?

18th February 2010
Dogs shake and shiver but there is not a big difference between them. A shaking dog can mean more than pain or minor irritation and a shivering dog evidently feels cold. While a shaking dog may tremble from too much weight and fun but in most situations, ... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Explosive Anger Disorder (EAD)-New label in the lexicon of the psychologists & psychiatrists

27th October 2009
Explosive Anger Disorder! (EAD) This is a "new" label in the lexicon of the psychologists and psychiatrists. (You should know that most such labels are made up in order to get paid by insurance companies, and have no relation to real diagnosis.) It's for ... Read >
Author: amit017

Control Your Sugar Cravings With Gymnema Leaf Extract

28th September 2009
Gymnema has been used for centuries throughout the world for medical purposes. Only recently has it gained popularity in the Western world. The herb grows naturally in Africa and India. It is traded all over the world. Generally, the leaves are the part u... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Adrenal Fatigue - Symptoms and Treatment

28th July 2009
Adrenal Fatigue should not be confused with Addison's disease, which is a condition where the Adrenal Glands simply shut down. Addison's is often caused by autoimmune dysfunction, while Adrenal Fatigue is typically brought on by stress. The History And Fu... Read >
Author: HealthRemedies

Hypoglycemia - The Condition and Ways to Fight Hypoglycemia

23rd June 2009
Hypoglycemia is a condition in which pancreas create excess amount of insulin in response to high and repeated intake of sugar. Excess insulin lowers blood sugar levels drastically causing problems like nausea, blurred vision, headaches, fatigue and irrit... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Explosive Anger Disorder/Intermittent Rage Disorder

05th June 2009
Explosive Anger Disorder/Intermittent Rage Disorder Explosive Anger Disorder! (EAD). Or, Intermittent Rage Disorder (IRD). Take your pick of labels and/or abbreviations. These are "new" labels in the lexicon of the psychologists and psychiatrist... Read >
Author: Philip Bate PhD

Tips on Dining Out when You Have Hypoglycemia

16th January 2009
People with hypoglycemic symptoms very often think that they cannot go out to dine because restaurants won't cater to them. In fact restaurants, especially since the 'credit crunch', will go out of their way to accommodate hypoglycemics. Don't only thi... Read >
Author: Noel Glass

Hypoglycemia - How to Overcome 'Brain Fog' and Mood Swings

13th January 2009
To understand "brain fog", one of hypoglycemia's symptoms, you need an understanding of the basics of your body's low blood sugar levels.To get the required energy for 24 hours, most people only eat three times a day. Any breakdown in the system of provid... Read >
Author: Noel Glass

Weight Loss and Low Blood Sugar Levels (Hypoglycemia) - The Connection

18th December 2008
There is a hidden connection between weight loss and low blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia) which few people are aware of. Your blood sugar needs to enter your cells from the bloodstream where it is used immediately or stored. But if your cells do not r... Read >
Author: Noel Glass
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