Manage Psoriasis Using Zinc Supplements

The skin ailment called psoriasis is derived from the word Psora which means fine bran like scaling in Greek. Approximately 1% to 4% of the population is affected by psoriasis. It can be defined as a unremitting skin condition with itchy red scales or white patches and flakes commonly not noticed in scalp, forearms, elbows,…

Control Dandruff Naturally

Dandruff, or a flaky scalp problem, is probably one of the topics that I get asked about the most. First thing I do is ask them what they are currently using to combat the problem. The answer is almost always a dandruff shampoo. If you are a member of this group, you are taking the…

3 Little-Known Facts You Need To Know About Antidepressants

It is widely believed that antidepressant drugs are the best treatment for stress, depression and anxiety. After consulting with their health professional, many sufferers will be put on a course of antidepressants, but how effective are these drugs? Not very, in fact they can not provide a permanent cure and here are the reasons why.…

Having a Bashful Bladder

A bashful bladder, also known as paruresis, is a phobia in which the individual can not urinate in the presence of others. Both males and females suffer from this phobia and it can also affect bowel movements, called parcopresis. Almost everyone will have a shy bladder at least one time in his or her lives.…

Sleep Disorders – Insomnia

Sleep loss has increased with the situation of American's facing economic issues and possible pandemic issues that are traversing countries and hitting home. One can not help but be affected if they have any type of social life or listen or read any news. Many have had their sleep affected by these things, worries, stress,…

Drugs or Vitamins for Heart Health?

Would you be surprised to learn that you can protect your heart more effectively through taking high-quality nutritional supplements than through taking cholesterol-lowering drugs? This is the message of a book entitled "Cholesterol Conspiracy" written by Ladd McNamara, MD, a board-certified physician and expert in nutritional medicine. In his 85-page book with 167 references Dr.…

Children and Diabetes

Children, like adults, are often diagnosed with diabetes. Most children have type 1 or juvenile diabetes that will require insulin on a regular basis to sustain proper body functions. There are growing numbers of children that are now being diagnoses with type 2 diabetes that has historically only been found in adult populations. Some facts…