Cure For the Flu

The majority of people make a full recovery from flu without needing treatment, by just letting it run its course with the help of an analgesic such as Aspirin (children should not be given Aspirin as it can cause damage to the brain) or Ibuprofen if it is felt necessary. But there are exceptions. Flu…

Stroke Rehab

In the US around 70,000 people suffer a Stroke each year. Rehab is crucial to help the victims of Strokes cope with the effects of a Stroke and recover to a normal and healthy life. How well a patient recovers from a Stroke depends on many factors. Minimizing brain damage during the Stroke will make…

Depression Medications Explained

Depression is more than a gloomy and terrifying disorder; it can be lethal. Therefore, anyone with moderate to severe depression requires vivid treatment immediately. There are many different depression medications. These same antidepressants can also help treat panic disorder, other anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and attention deficit disorder. Depression has been linked to a shortage…

Hair Regrowth in Alopecia Areata

One of the many causes of hair loss is alopecia areata. This is an autoimmune disorder. This causes the immune system to attack the hair follicles, making the hair fall out. This can be quite troubling for many people. There are various treatments that can be made to help with hair regrowth in alopecia areata.…

Aquatic Physical Therapy As an Add-On to Stroke Recovery

Water is life and can restore life. It has many therapeutic properties, which includes reviving the use of bodily functions lost due to a stroke. Commonly known as hydrotherapy, water has been used as far back as ancient Egyptian civilization to relieve pain and treat diseases by improving circulation. Water therapy is known to treat…

Treating Epilepsy With Natural Remedies

Epilepsy is a nerve related physical disorder. In epilepsy the brain's normal electrical activity is disrupted and the patient experiences seizures as a result of that. In an Epilepsy attack patients may lose consciousness or his / her vision can turn blank for a few seconds. Patients lose control over their senses and start making…

Effects of Myopia on Our Lives

Some years ago, my friends and I were sitting in a lecture when out of the blues one of them noticed how much I was squinting just to read the PowerPoint slides. I brushed her comment as thought thoughtlessly and carried on paying attention to the lecture. It was not until recently that I got…

Kill Your Stutter – Stop Stammering Today

Although it isn’t usually an issue that affects every body – stuttering is a horrible problem for school children, teenagers and grown ups today. A stammer can cause even the most confident person to avoid conversations with colleagues and family as well as interactions with other people they know due to a fear of being…

Display Homes

The days are gone when you used to listen to plans and designs, or tried to understand them through some lines put down on a large sheet of paper. Times have changed and the technologies once limited to corporates only are now available for individual use. If you have a dream house in mind or…

Toenail Fungus Treatments – How to Cure

Toenail fungal infection is a relatively common condition. It is becoming more and more common for several reasons. If someone has a toenail fungus they know just how disgusting toenails can become. If left untreated the condition usually worsens. It makes sense then to get rid of the fungus as soon as you can. Even…

Facts About Sinusitis

Paranasal sinuses are air-filled spaces within bone. There are four named sinuses and these are the maxillary, frontal, ethmoidal, and sphenoidal sinuses. These sinuses are named after the bones in which they are located. The paranasal sinuses open into the nasal cavity and are lined with a mucus membrane. There are three primary functions of…