Help Me Sleep

How do you know you have insomnia? If you ever wished before going to bed, "Help me Sleep," you have insomnia. When you are overjoyed to have nightmares because at least you know you got some sleep, you have insomnia! Before going to bed, I would begin to worry about having another sleepless night and…

Pediatric Bronchitis – Parents’ Guide To Dealing With It

athing problems. If the parents or grandparents can stop smoking, this would be beneficial for the children too. Both types of infections have similar symptoms: * Tires easily * Wheezing * Difficulty breathing worsened by physical exertion * Mucus filled cough (if there is any blood in the mucus, then consult in the child’s physician.…

Acute Bronchitis

Acute bronchitis is very common among people with respiratory conditions. This type of bronchitis can occur in anyone, at any age. Acute bronchitis usually accompanies flu or cold and in most cases it doesn’t need medical treatment. When acute bronchitis is caused by viruses, the illness can clear on itself within a few days. However,…

Chronic Bronchitis – Simple Tips To Avoid It

When a physician uses the term “chronic”, he often means persistent suffering on a long-term basis from a certain disease. One of these can be chronic bronchitis. Chronic bronchitis is the swelling of the airways. These bronchial tubes allow air to pass through. When irritation occurs, a formation of thick mucus will begin. These tubes…

Knee Replacement Surgery: an Overview

Knee injury is a common problem amongst all age groups. A severe damage to it due to an injury or disorders like arthritis can take a heavy toll on a person daily life. Bones need good blood flow to be healthy. Any limit to the normal blood flow leads to stiffness, pain and swelling in…

Pancreatitis Abdominal Pain After Gallbladder Operation

10-15 percent of individuals experience upper abdominal pain after gallbladder removal. This pain can happen either in two weeks or appear a few decades after gallbladder removal surgery. This stomach pain can irradiate to left ribs cage, back, and be accompanied with gas, bloating, nausea, fullness, little appetite, heartburn, diarrhea, etc. LUQ pain can vary…

Shoulder Fracture? Try Physiotherapy

Fractures of the humerus are common and make up about 5% of all fractures, with 80% of them either undisplaced or just minimally displaced. More common in people suffering from osteoporosis, it is common to have a forearm fracture on the same side. Damage to the nerves or circulatory system is possible from these fractures…

The Magic in Food: LOVE

Remember the old adage, you are what you eat? The simplest magical ritual that you can do is to cut open a fruit or vegetable and eat it while thinking of your magical intention. Below is a compilation of common foods and their metaphysical associations. Apple: Draws a lover, erotic experiences to you. Increases attraction.…

What is Therapy?

First we should understand the word therapy not what therapy is about. Mostly medical terms are derived from Greek language so is the case with the word therapy. In this the problem of the patient is tried to be solved. Simply therapy means treatment. Depending on the treatment a patient can be treated by giving…

Straightening Adult Teeth – Invisalign®

When needed, orthodontic treatment not only enhances your smile, it also prevents existing problems from worsening. Besides correcting a less-than-perfect grin, orthodontics: • Helps to prevent tooth decay, periodontal (gum) disease and tooth loss by easing apart crowded, hard-to-clean teeth • Alleviates a bad bite (malocclusion) that can lead to abnormal wearing of tooth surfaces,…

A Heart-Healthy Diet

To lower your risk of heart disease, follow these recommendations: Balance calories with physical activity to manage weight Consume more of certain foods and nutrients such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fat-free and low-fat dairy products, and seafood. Consume fewer foods with sodium (salt), saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol, added sugars, and refined grains. If…

How Fasting Helps For Body Healing

Fasting is a scientific method of curing disease, by causing the patient to abstain for a longer or shorter period of time, from all solid and liquid food, with the singular exception of water. Fasting is as old as the human race. It is an entirely natural method of rejuvenating the body, and is one…