Understanding "Foot-Drop" and Peroneal Neuropathy

A “foot-drop” is a medical term which–thankfully–does not mean that the foot suddenly disconnects from the leg. Rather, it means that when the leg is lifted from the ground, the foot droops downward at the ankle. The muscles that are supposed to prop up the foot have become so weakened that they cannot overcome gravity’s…

Beyond Morning Sickness: Battling Hyperemesis Gravidarum

An Excerpt from the book Beyond Morning Sickness: Battling Hyperemesis Gravidarum: Effects of Hyperemesis Gravidarum A hyperemetic mother can vomit between four and twenty (or more) times a day for months. If, starting at six weeks, a particular woman vomits an average of fifteen times a day she will have endured several hundred emetic episodes…

My Womb Healing

An Introduction to Womb Healings BIOLOGICAL CHANGES AND HEALING OF THE WOMB In the Fourth Spiral of the Womb, the womb accelerates into a deeper physical and biological shift. Awakening is a physical and neurobiological phenomenon, as brain, spine, chakras and organs change their frequency and cellular geometries. The same occurs to a womb. New cells…

What is a Sinus Cyst?

Having a sinus cyst is fairly common. They are present in as many as 10 percent of healthy individuals. Most of sinus cysts are benign. On rare occasions, the cyst may become infected. For some people with cysts, they might not feel any symptoms at all, while others may feel facial pain or difficulty in…

An Untreated Yeast Infection Can Be Dangerous

No one likes to get a yeast infection. But aside from the uncomfortable symptoms you experience, there are more serious dangers that may arise from an untreated yeast infection. So while most yeast infections usually clear up on their own, it may be wise to err on the side of caution and seek proper diagnosis…

Stop Panic Attacks – 3 Practical Strategies

This article will offer three practical strategies to stop panic attacks when they begin. Remember – there is a moment when "normal" levels of worry and stress begin to escalate to something more acute and dangerous. As you notice this escalation beginning, using one (or more) of these techniques to stop panic attacks may help…

Alcoholic Cirrhosis of the Liver

Alcoholic Cirrhosis of the Liver The abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting will be making you to feel too tired. You may be suffering from nosebleeds or swelling of the legs. Your liver slowly degenerates, deteriorating in function, due to a chronic injury. Consequently you have loss of interest in sex and breast development (gynecomastia) in…

Hair Weave – The Real Cost of a Hair Weave

The cost of a hair weave can range from $100 for a quick weave up to $2,000 for a celebrity quality weave. There are several variables that make up the price, such as full head or partial weave, sewn in or bonded, human hair or synthetic hair. Not only is there a cost for the…

Gel Nail or Acrylic Nail, What You Should Select

If your natural pins are not worth flaunting and you need a small help to achieving the perfect manicure, then the perfect solution is selecting between gel nail or acrylic nails. Actually, both are great options for your nails. Especially, these two nail design processes are ideal for those women who find it hard to…

Treatment Regarding Kidney Stones

Kidney stones form when there is a decrease in urine volume or an excess of stone-forming substances in the urine. The most common type of kidney stone contains calcium in combination with either oxalate or phosphate. Other chemical compounds that can form stones in the urinary tract include uric acid and the amino acid cystine.…

Dog Urinary Tract Infection – 7 Early Warning Signs

Dogs can be prone to urinary tract infection. Early detection and treatment help to keep the infection at bay. If a urinary tract infection in dogs isn’t detected quickly, it can be harder to treat and may potentially lead to more serious problems. The key effective treatment is to recognise the 7 early warning signs…

Are we poisoning our kids: A synopsis on children health?

Take a look at this scenario- Parents promise their child that if he/she gets good grades, they will reward him/her with a ‘Large Hamburger’ or an extra-large pizza. Let us be honest. How often do we parents feed our children with Colas, burgers and pizzas? Since generations we have been poisoning our children with these…