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Natural Therapies for Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

…conventional treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome, natural therapies are a much better way to relieve carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms. Some of the most effective include: * Chiropractic Adjustments * Vitamin B6 and Manganese * Low-Level Reactive Light Therapy * Lecithin * Proper Bracing * Wrist-Strengthening…

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Eliminate Cataracts Without Surgery

…opaque. This loss of transparency makes it difficult for light to pass through the eye to the retina, and vision becomes cloudy or hazy. Cataracts often form first around the outside of the lens. This can cause halos to appear around lights or a blurring effect of the peripheral vision. If these initial…

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Q&A: How to Put an End to Low Energy in the Afternoon

…circadian clock. Our circadian clocks are set with light. For thousands of years, the only bright light humans were exposed to was sunlight. Our biological clocks were set when the sun came up each morning. Since the invention of artificial lighting, we’ve been haphazardly and indiscriminately toying…

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Brighten Your Day, Brighten Your Mood

…depression with natural light and Vitamin D Some important factors linked to depression include light exposure and vitamin D levels, which make it unsurprising that that depression cases increase during the winter months. A study from the Netherlands tested the effects of bright lights and melatonin, a natural…

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What Causes Ulcers?

…, if ever, hear mentioned is low melatonin levels. The trigger for melatonin production in the pineal gland is low light levels. As our society stays up later, uses artificial lighting far into the night, and gets less sleep, our bodies obviously produce less melatonin. Decreased melatonin production…

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Why Mood Disorder Treatment Should Begin With Gut Bacteria

…and 5 in France. From all indications, it does appear that the US has one of the highest rates in the world. And one other glaring fact has come to light: When compared to non-autistic children, autistic children have lower levels of three critical bacteria in their gut. (PLoS One 13;8(7):e68322) One…

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