Chronic Headache

The Key to Solving a Thousand Problems

…growth of undesirable bacteria like salmonella (causes food poisoning), shigella (causes diarrhea) and E. coli (which can cause intestinal disease and chronic kidney failure). These bacteria also produce a volatile fatty acid which, along with the acids, make it difficult for fungus and yeast (like candida…

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Understand the Cause of Depression

…hormonal imbalances may be the culprit Everyone at one time or another experiences feelings of guilt, irritability or sadness—this is normal. Severe chronic depression for no reason is another matter. If you suffer from bouts of depression, the standard medical treatment involves hours of psychoanalysis…

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Health Q&As

…What’s the connection between migraine headaches and breast cancer? * Which is better, fish oil or plant oil? * Why am I always tired? Healthy Skin * How can I get rid of plantar warts naturally? * What can I do for dry, itchy winter skin? * What causes chronically cracked lips? * What is the best way…

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Detox Naturally With Cilantro and Clay

…The problems that can arise can vary, depending on when and where neurotoxins disrupt nerve transmission. Some of the most common symptoms include chronic fatigue, insomnia, depression, “brain fog,” numbness, burning or tingling sensations, poor memory, muscle spasms, and migrating pains. One of the…

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How to Manipulate Your Ileocecal Valve for Better Health

…-like pain in the shoulders and hip joints * Low back pain for no reason * Recurrent sinus infections * Dizziness * Chest pain * Heart fluttering * Headaches * Fever What and Where Is This Valve? The ileocecal valve is located between the small and large intestine. Basically, it is located in the same area…

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Dangers of an Underactive Thyroid

…organs. But circulation problems also cause some of the less dramatic complaints of hypothyroid sufferers, including dry, flaky, or cracked skin and chronically cold hands and feet. In cases of hypothyroidism, the skin may receive as little as 20 to 40 percent of its normal blood supply. This shortfall interferes…

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