Proper Breathing for Posture Correction pt1

Posture correction and breathing for balance is a serious part to being on this world for all life. Our muscles, brain chemistry, hormones, joint alignment, physical body, emotions and spirit all need a certain balance for top-quality function. Regrettably, as we boldly enter the new millennium, balance in these arenas eludes many of us. Thus,…

What you Should Ask About Shingles Disease

An estimate of about a million people in America suffer from shingles disease every year. If you haven’t heard of the disease, its time you get yourself informed. You or a loved one could be at risk of suffering from shingles disease. What causes shingles? This disease is closely associated with chicken pox. This is…

Help I Am Allergic To Soy

If you are allergic to soy then you suffer from Allergies Type 1, also called Contact Allergies. Scientists have found at least 16 different allergenic proteins in Soy and they are not certain which of the protein is more dangerous than the others for anyone who has a soy allergy. Stuart Berger, MD, in the…

Physiotherapy Can Help Cervical Nerve Root Neck Pain

Cervical Nerve Root Neck Pain Treatment by Physiotherapyby Jonathan Blood-Smyth Cervical radiculopathy is a pain syndrome involving one of the cervical nerve roots, with the C7 root (60%) and the C6 root (25%) being the most commonly involved. In younger persons this is due a direct injury which compromises the nerve exit or due to…

Ten Tips for Dealing With Anxiety Attacks

These are some of the best ways to deal with anxiety and panic attacks. 1. Medication People often turn to our medical system and expect a “magic bullet” to reduce or eliminate their anxiety attacks. Today’s drugs get quite close to that ideal, although some people can experience side effects. Various types of benzodiazepines are…

What You Need to Know about ENT Disorders

Perhaps one of the most discomforting health conditions affecting many people would be ENT problems. These are diseases of the interconnected passageways of the ears, nose, and throat. Some of the most common ENT disorders include ear infection, sinusitis, strep throat, tonsillitis, and sleep apnea. When bothered with these conditions, it is best to see…

How to Solve Insomnia – Treating Insomnia

In the seemingly never ending quest to find out how to solve insomnia problems which plague us every night, we tend to first gravitate toward the obvious … drugs. Now, the problem with this is fairly well known, as many have gone through the dependencies that these addictive medications are prone to cause. Of course,…

Tips on Treating Pesky Ingrown Toenails

Don’t delay ingrown toenail treatment, you don’t have to live with the pain. There are answers, and they are simple, when the toenail is first aggravated, and becomes more complex the nastier the infection. In diabetics and those patients with poor circulation, an ingrown toenail can lead to a toe amputation. Seek treatment when it…

Cut High Fructose Corn Syrup to Lose Weight

As Americans continue to fight a losing battle in the war against abdominal fat, newly emerging information from the Endocrine Society implicates high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) with the metabolic disorder which leads to diabetes and storage of fat around the waist. HFCS is found in virtually every processed food and drink available on grocery…

Nail Fungus – What Causes It and How to Prevent It

Nail Fungus, or onychomycosis affects over 30 million Americans alone. This disfiguring and sometimes painful nail infection can be very difficult to get rid of. It will not heal itself and even when treated it may take up to a year to fully restore your nails to a normal, healthy state! Knowing that, you can…