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How To Get Your Panic Attacks Under Control

13th August 2012
Well, you've decided to tackle your panic attacks. That's great news! However, there is so much to research that you may not know where to begin. Don't stress, because you have come across some great tips for easing your panic attacks! Here are some tips ... Read >
Author: Leigh

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

3 Useful Features Of Portable Home EKG Machines

17th May 2011
If you are experiencing frequent ectopic beats, or small variations of an otherwise normal heart beat, or if you occassionally experience heart palpitations, which are uncomfortable feelings associated with abnormally fast and forceful heart beats, you ma... Read >
Author: Jon Tark

Arjuna - The Cardiotonic Herb

21st March 2011
Terminalia Arjuna, a medicinal plant widely used in traditional Indian medicine for its multiple healing properties, belongs to the genus of Terminalia. Known for its effectiveness in counteracting a number of functional cardiovascular disorders, Arjuna e... Read >
Author: Mayukhi Chakravarty

Effective Methods to Handle Anxiety Utilizing Bach Flower Remedy

14th February 2011
Some simple solutions to deal with stress and anxiety, today!Are you currently experiencing heart palpitations, sweaty palms and frightening thoughts because of anxiousness? There are various methods to cope with anxiety and this post will take on five ba... Read >
Author: Zara Stace

Fast Way to Hydrate

30th March 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Justin Hoopes What do trees, dogs, and us have in common? Give up? We all need water to survive, whether they get it from a water fountain, a rain cloud, or a water bowl. Without water our bodies do not function properly. Water makes... Read >
Author: J D Hoopes

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

Cherry Angiomas and Stress: Can Stress Really Cause Cherry Angiomas?

11th June 2009
Cherry angiomas are small red-purple splotches on your skin that usually manifest after you've turned 40 years old. They are quite harmless actually and do not have to be removed at all. Nobody really knows what causes these small spots to appear, but the... Read >
Author: Michael Lee

Anxiety Attacks and Perimenopause

03rd March 2009
Perimenopause worsen existing anxiety disorders and bring it to the surface. In fact, a woman who frequently experience anxiety and depression in her perimenopause period will likely to suffer worse cases of anxiety during menopause stage. In other words,... Read >
Author: Susie H.

Herbal treatment of Hyperthyroidism and Graves’ Disease

08th October 2008
Herbal remedies are a type of alternative medicine that originates from plants and plant extracts.Treating Hyperthyroidism and Graves' Disease with conventional methods is not always effective and safe. Herbs work directly on the organs of the body and ca... Read >
Author: mythyroid

Postnatal 'confinement' food Part 2

27th February 2007
Everybody will ask you to eat only ' heaty' food and avoid cold or cooling food as your body is cold after childbirth. This applies to the 3 main races in Malaysia but sometimes, what is considered 'heaty' may be 'cooling' for another which increases our ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Changes in Your Appearance During Menopause

20th October 2006
Changes in Your Appearance During Menopause Changes in your appearance will gradually become obvious to you, including body shape changes, skin that is drier and begins to wrinkle, and fingernails that break more easily. Body shape changes and redis... Read >
Author: Annabel Cruz

Salt vs Sodium Chloride

20th March 2006
If there were a top-10 list of minerals that have gotten a bad rap, sodium would be close to the top of that list. There are numerous reports and articles that malign this mineral to the point that people try desperately to rid it completely from their di... Read >
Author: John Gibb
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