Causes and Treatment of Common Fungus Symptoms

Recurring Common Fungus Symptoms: The Basics and Treatment Certain infections are triggered by the onset of an overgrowth of fungus, such as taking antibiotics and high blood sugar levels. Very often it is difficult to identify a fungus infection. Knowing the symptoms and causes can pinpoint the infection early so you can treat it. A…

Depression, Anxiety and Hypertension Treatment

Dream treatment is ideal for all types of mental illnesses and conditions, and will certainly help you overcome your depression, anxiety and hypertension once you learn how to decipher the hidden messages contained in your own dreams, giving you information about you and the world where you are. Depression is always following you if you…

The Psychology Behind the Fear of Commitment

Fear of commitment refers to the fear of forming long-lasting relationships. The term commitment phobia was first coined in 1987 by Steven Carter in his book, Men Who Can’t Love. Commitment phobia is common in men, but recently, studies show that both men and women have an equal tendency to experience commitment phobia. Commitment phobia…

Depression and Anxiety – What Can Be Done About It?

Many of us have experienced those times in our lives when we’ve felt depressed or anxious. For some these feelings are a daily part of life. For others these feelings may be more common during the holiday season or on special occasions. Life’s many circumstances can lead to long periods of depression. There are many…

Allergies, Insomnia, and Constipation Are the Leading Symptoms of the Exhausted Nervous System

When these electricity bundles or pathways become jangled, clogged, under stimulated or blocked in anyway, the body loses its dynamic and ever changing balance – this balance effects and includes everything especially the nervous system, digestion, and circulatory system muscles and joints. Body pollution accumulates. Allergies are one of the many health imbalances that occur.…

Causes, Symptoms and Care of an Ingrown Fingernail

An ingrown fingernail is a condition where the nail grows into the peripheral nail bed. The peripheral soft tissues or the paronychium gets inflamed and becomes painful due to the inward growth of the nail and leads to pain. The inflammation further leads to hyper granulation of the tissues and this makes the nail bury…

Ankle Sprains – A Physical Therapists Perspective

Introduction Sprained ankles are one of the leading causes of athletes to miss games during the season. Many times they are taped up & rushed back to the field without proper rehabilitation. More often than not, the ankle gets re-injured or worse, they end up with a knee, hip or low back injury. These injuries…

Bruised, Battered And Inflamed? This Will Help!

Bruises and bumps are an all-too-common occurrence in life. They usually are the result of blood from damaged blood vessels deep beneath your skin collecting near the surface, which results in a black and blue discoloration. A bruise is cosmetic, so perhaps (?!) less of a concern. But under the bruise the cells are damaged…

Ball of Foot Pain – Causes and Treatments

Ball of foot pain is classically know as metatarsalgia (MET – tuh   tar – SAL – juh). The term metatarsalgia is used as a catch-all term used to describe a number of medical conditions which cause pain under the ball of the foot. The long bones in the foot are called metatarsals and the…

Acid Alkaline Balance and Chronic Pancreatitis

What is the relationship between acid alkaline balance and pancreatitis? There is a direct link between these conditions. To say more, whole body acidity can cause pancreatitis. Everything what we eat goes to the stomach and then semi-digested food moves into the duodenum; first part of the small intestine. Here, pancreatic enzymes digest most of…