The Meaning of Your Blood Sugar Numbers

Measuring your blood sugar is now a super simple test you can do at home on your own. It is the single most important test to know when you have diabetes, when you don’t (because you have reversed it, or didn’t have it in the first place), and when you are at risk. As well…

How to Cure Depersonalization/Derealization

In short, depersonalization and derealization are forms of dissociation that can turn your life into a frustrating struggle. Equally frustrating sensations such as panic attacks, shortness of breath, brain fog, confusion, migraines, obsessive thoughts, depression, and similar difficulties frequently accompany depersonalization/derealization – like if the dissociation on its own wasn’t enough. The cause of all…

The Potential Risks of Gymnema Sylvestre Side Effects

It’s astonishing to see the rise of cases of diabetes and obesity. Way too much sugar intake is to be blamed for this. To fight these common health problems, the most practical answer is still eating properly and exercising regularly. Adhering to a diet plan, however, can be challenging for most people. You’ll often have…

Rhinoplasty – the Emotional Effects of a Nose Job

If you are considering undergoing plastic surgery to improve the appearance of your nose, it is likely that you have spent a great deal time researching the procedure. This probably includes locating a good surgeon, finding out how surgery is performed and preparing yourself for the potential risks and physical after effects of surgery. But…

Cure Anxiety With Natural Herbs

Anxiety is a complex disorder which has been described as a feeling of uneasiness in varying degrees. It is a condition with many facets and can be mild to extreme in intensity. Some medical conditions induce anxiety by their own nature whereas just living life can be anxiety producing for some people. In fact, anxiety…

5 Tips to Control Blood Sugar Without Medicine

To control blood sugar means to establish control of your life- something that many diabetics have only done by regularly taking their medicine. But did you know that there are means and ways that you would be able to control your spiraling blood sugar without relying solely on your diabetes medication, such as your insulin.…

A Bipolar Disorder Lesson From a Bipolar Patient’s Point-Of-View

When acquiring knowledge it is best to define terms either before or as they are being used. Let us begin by defining: Bipolar (Affective) Disorder (manic-depression): a “mental disorder” exhibiting oscillating periods of elation and “clinical depression.” It is essentially a psychiatric diagnosis of elevated and depressive cognition, moods, behaviors and energy levels. The clinical…

Mental Anguish Is Psychological Suffering

Anguish, is the psychological suffering that is caused by any one of a number of events, which may naturally occur during a person’s life span. These occurrences, can also be brought about by one, or a number of other party’s regular activities, or intentional actions. The word anguish, when spoken, conjures up thoughts of a…

Anxiety Neurosis Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Anxiety neurosis is a very common form of psychoneurosis. There are a wide variety of different symptoms experienced by patients which can be quite debilitating for the sufferer. Causes of Anxiety Neurosis: This form of anxiety can be caused by a variety of different factors. Researchers and scientists are still trying to find the exact…

High Blood Sugar Symptoms

High blood sugar levels, known as hyperglycemia, typically occur when the body stops making insulin or the insulin does not work properly. For those with diabetes this means that the blood sugar does not enter the cells properly and instead stays in the blood, thereby causing high blood sugar levels (B/S Levels). Ideal B/S levels…

Bipolar Disorder – Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

Bipolar disorder, also known as Manic-Depression or Manic-Depressive-Illness, is a mental illness characterized by an alternating pattern of emotional highs (mania) and lows (depression). This condition is divided into two main sub-types: Bipolar I disorder, with the presence of at least one manic episode; and Bipolar II disorder, with at least one episode of depression…