Headaches

The Best Sleep Position

…results can be quite dramatic. Most people begin to feel a noticeable improvement within five to seven minutes. More stubborn problems, like severe headaches, may take as long as 15 minutes. Now it’s your turn: What’s your favorite position to sleep in? You May Also Be Interested In: * The Power of…

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Monitoring Your Vision

…that wouldn’t have been even thought of 40 years ago: computer vision syndrome. Symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS) include eyestrain, headaches, redness, double vision, and blurred vision (loss of visual acuity). Some users also begin to lose contrast sensitivity, meaning that it becomes harder…

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The Truth About the Lyme Disease Epidemic

…-eye rash at the site of the bite (in half of the cases); fever; chills; headache; muscle and/or joint pain; fatigue. * From days to weeks afterward: multiple rashes; facial paralysis (Bell’s palsy); stiff neck; fever; headache; weakness, numbness, or pain in the arms or legs; irregular heartbeat; weakness…

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7 Best Anti-aging Herbs: Ginger

…sickness and nausea, and I'm sure many of you have used it for this purpose. I've also reported at length on its effectiveness in preventing migraine headaches, healing burns, and alleviating the pain and inflammation of rheumatoid arthritis. A great everyday tea is a freshly made ginger tea. Simply steep…

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Olive Oil Eases Inflammation

…be equivalent to only about 10 percent of the adult recommended dosage of ibuprofen for pain relief—not nearly enough to treat, for example, a headache. On the other hand, regular consumption of extra-virgin olive oil would provide a continuous dose of this anti-inflammatory compound, which could…

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Relieve Joint Pain with Good Old-Fashioned Water

Dehydration is one of the most common underlying causes of countless health issues—everything from headaches and constipation to blood pressure problems. But most people don’t associate dehydration with joint pain and stiffness. Many of the fluids we consume nowadays--soft drinks, tea, coffee, alcohol…

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Detoxify Naturally With Cilantro and Clay

…are more toxic may need to start off slowly, using smaller doses of cilantro but the same amount of Pascalite. Signs of increased toxicity include headaches, nervousness, flu-like symptoms, or fever. Those who have taken drugs much of their lives could experience the normal effects associated with those…

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Treat Poison Ivy with This Oil Blend

…the natural oils of eucalyptus, peppermint, lavender, wintergreen, and camphor. While claims have been made that it is good for everything from headaches and flu to motion sickness and pimples, I have found it most useful for treating poison ivy and poison oak. From the strong smell, it becomes obvious…

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