Giant Cell Arteritis – Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

Giant cell arteritis, also known as temporal arteritis or cranial arteritis is an inflammation of the lining of the arteries, most commonly in the temporal scalp. Common symptoms include persistent head pain and tenderness, usually in the temple area; decreased vision; scalp tenderness; jaw pain; pain and stiffness in the neck, arms or hips; sudden,…

Difference Between Inferiority and Superiority Complex

Inferiority and superiority complexes are both psychological phenomenon with long-lasting feelings of unworthiness and noteworthiness which resulted from early lack of social adaptation and emotional adjustment. These feelings cannot be detected during the early stage but are usually apparent in one’s character, gestures, posture and thinking. In fact, superiority complex is a psychological defense mechanism…

LG 26LH20-26 Inch LCD TV

Packaged with the “Smart Energy Saving” technology, the 26 inch LCD Television of LG has now been released into the digital market to emphasize on the proverb – “Simple living, higher thinking”. This simple looking TV has got 720 pixel resolutions that offer a good picture. It conserves a considerable amount of energy through the…

Speaking at School Assemblies Is Frightening

Have you ever considered speaking at a middle school or high school assembly? You may not have but rest assured that some people are speaking to teenagers at schools across America for a profession. They are getting paid a decent amount for every speech they give at a school. What is a school assembly? Throughout…

Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment for Costochondritis

Costochondritis is a medical condition in which there is severe or moderate type of pain which is localised to the chest and usually seen on the rib joints. The pain is aggravated by movement and deep breathing. Costochondritis is usually caused due to repeated, minor trauma or unaccustomed heavy activity. The affected costo-chondral joints are…

Yoga for Brain Injury

For people recovering from traumatic brain injury (TBI), concussion or head trauma, yoga offers gentle exercise with therapeutic benefits. Many survivors find themselves unable to pursue former ways of staying in shape. Balance difficulties, loss of motor control, vertigo, and neck injuries limit physical activity, further restricting an already curtailed lifestyle. Fortunately, a yoga practice…

Nutrition Teamwork – How Vitamins and Minerals Work Together

Nutrition teamwork between vitamins and minerals Vitamins and minerals are team players, so if you want the most nutritional value from each meal, consider which foods work best together. Iron and Vitamin C are the best known nutritional “team” as they work together to increase each other’s absorption. So eating salad with your steak ensures…

Your Natural Vision Correction Alternative To Glasses

One of the most preferred methods of vision correction for a large percentage of the American population is the use of glasses to correct eyesight problems and vision conditions. If you are suffering from vision conditions such as nearsightedness and farsightedness then chances are you have been prescribed glasses to correct your eye conditions. While…

Comparing Professional Coaching and Therapy

Professional Coaching is very different from therapy and any other helping profession. To promote your understanding of professional coaching here are some similarities and differences between coaching, therapy and other helping professions. Please note that these are generalities and are not meant to definitively cover every iteration and variation of coaching or therapy. Let’s start…