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How to Harness Help when you have Hemorrhoids

Added May 20, 2019, Under: Exercise, How To, Inflammation, Natural remedies, Nutrition

Hemorrhoids are a very common anorectal condition, affecting millions. While hemorrhoids are frequently seen in clinics, emergency wards, gastroenterology units and surgical clinics, many wonder how you know when hemorrhoids have developed, when you should seek medical help and how to cope with the pain? What are hemorrhoids? Hemorrhoids are cushions of tissue filled with blood vessels and found at the end of the rectum (that is just inside the anus).  Along with the muscle known as the anal sphincter, hemorrhoids help control ...

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Hyperpigmentation & How to Help this Condition

Added May 4, 2019, Under: How To, Inflammation, Skin Conditions

You might be asking "What is hyperpigmentation?" It is when darker or lighter areas of skin occur. These patches can vary in size and appear anywhere on the body. What causes hyperpigmentation? This condition can be caused by sun damage, inflammation or other skin injuries including those related to acne.  People with darker skin tones are more prone to hyperpigmentation, especially with excessive sun exposure. Many forms of hyperpigmentation are caused by an excess production of melanin - the  pigment that gives skin its color. Certain ...

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How Natural Sunlight Can Help Those With Psoriasis

Added March 4, 2019, Under: Diseases, Inflammation, Skin Conditions, Vitamin D

Psoriasis can be a very uncomfortable skin condition, involving lots of itching and the appearance of unwanted scabs on the skin. This autoimmune disease is one where your immune system produces too many skin cells which accumulate on the surface of the skin.  As these skin cells shed, they form red and painful welts that are thick and raised, sometimes having silvery scales. The goal for treating the condition is to stop the skin cells from growing rapidly; to reduce inflammation and ...

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How Can You Deal With Pain in a More Natural Way? Our Top Ten Tips

Added May 20, 2018, Under: Arthritis, Headaches & Migraines, Health, How To, Inflammation, Natural remedies, Top 10

We all suffer from pain at some stage.  It can be minor pain or it can be chronic. But do we always just reach for the pain meds without a second thought? It could be that we don't think enough about trying something more basic and natural. Something as simple as water! Water Water reduces body temperature which is beneficial for those working in hot climates. Water will replenish the fluids your body has lost - and help cool your body down. Drinking more water is a simple preventative measure to protect ...

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Go Barefoot If You Can for These Top Ten Health Reasons

Added May 17, 2018, Under: Environment, Exercise, Headaches & Migraines, Inflammation, Insomnia, Top 10

Do you make a habit of going barefoot when you can?  It can be very liberating but it can also be very good for you. We can share as many as ten good reasons why going barefoot is a healthy choice Earthing or grounding (as it is known) means that your bare feet draw electrons from the earth.  Different studies have found many benefits from these electrons such as changing the electrical activity in the brain to lessen pain, improving skin conductivity, ...

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Top Ten Tips for Avoiding Knee Problems

Added March 6, 2018, Under: Arthritis, Inflammation, Top 10, Vitamin D

As our knees are the largest joints in our bodies, you can understand why they might often be the first to give us pain and discomfort - especially as we grow older. But the good news is that there is a lot you can do to lessen that wear and tear as well as any pain and discomfort. And working to strengthen your knees helps with your ability to keep moving as well as walking uphill and downhill and managing stairs and ...

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Gold Dust For Acne & Other Fairy Tales!

Added December 29, 2017, Under: Inflammation, Skin Conditions, Technology

There is a new alternative for acne symptoms being publicized - with patients being asked to test it for the manufacturers. The manufacturers are planning on curing acne with the help of gold dust. How will the test work? Scientists are looking for fifty volunteers (of all ages) to be part of a trial for testing the new therapy known as Sebacia. Already approved in the USA, the treatment is a face cream containing tiny particles of gold which is massaged into the affected ...

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Going into Hospital for an Operation? How to Stay Fit & Healthy

Added October 12, 2017, Under: Health, How To, Inflammation, Vitamin D

Sometimes an operation is necessary as a result of an accident and then there is no chance to prepare. But many do have advance notice, affording them the chance to take some helpful steps in preparation. No one wants to be in hospital in the first place and everyone wants to prevent any mishaps while in there. Some points to remember Your medical team will give you a set of instructions to follow and your surgeon should outline the procedure but it does not ...

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Natural Remedies If You Are Suffering From Hand Arthritis

Added September 21, 2017, Under: Diseases, Health, Inflammation

Arthritis in the hand or hands can be painful and cause a lot of discomfort. Instead of resorting to pharmaceutical medications, have you thought of trying a more natural route? Below, we share several natural remedies which you might well find work for you and help to relieve that pain and discomfort. Honey and cinnamon remedy When you combine these two, they provide an effective natural remedy for the symptoms of arthritis in the hands, helping to control the inflammation and relaxing stiffness of ...

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Psoriasis & Getting Your Gut Health On Track

Added August 17, 2017, Under: Environment, Inflammation, Natural remedies, Skin Conditions

Nearly all skin conditions can have their roots traced to the health of the gut. And of course this includes psoriasis. What is psoriasis? There are four types of psoriasis: Plaque psoriasis is the most common with raised red patches and build up of dead skin or scales known as plaques.  These usually occur on the knees, elbows or scalp with itchy and painful symptoms that can crack and bleed. Pustular psoriasis is a rare form of psoriasis characterized by small pustules (whitehead-like lesions) that ...

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