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Why Do Those Dark Circles Appear Under Our Eyes?

Added June 19, 2017, Under: Environment, How To, Insomnia, Natural remedies, Top 10

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No one wants to suffer from dark circles under their eyes. Although they can be treated, or at the very least camouflaged, wouldn't it be better to try to find the actual cause instead? While there can be several reasons for dark circles, they all start with the difference in thickness of the skin around your eyes. This is called the periorbital area. The skin in most areas of your body is between  2 and 3 mm thick (approximately .10 of an ...

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Wild Lettuce is a Natural Remedy for Headaches, Insomnia & More

Added May 31, 2017, Under: Headaches & Migraines, Insomnia, Natural remedies

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It can be almost too easy to reach for an over-the-counter or prescription medication whenever we suffer from a headache, a migraine, being unable to sleep or other conditions.  But it does not have to be that way. There are plenty of natural ways to deal with those day-to-day problems, many of which we have written about in the past. Have you ever considered using wild lettuce? Wild Lettuce was known to the Egyptians and the ancient Greeks for its ability to calm the ...

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Air Pollution Could Be Preventing You From Having A Good Night’s Sleep

Added May 29, 2017, Under: Children's Health, Diseases, Environment, Insomnia

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Researchers at the University of Washington have found that (over a period of five years) people living in an environment with high levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) - in plain words traffic-related pollutant gas - could have a sixty percent chance of poorer quality sleeping patterns than those who live in areas of lower levels of NO2. Those who live in areas of high pollution are not only at higher risk of heart disease and respiratory illness but also from being ...

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Is There Any Link Between Too Much Sleep & Alzheimer’s?

Added March 16, 2017, Under: Health, Insomnia, Vitamin D

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Many of us worry about suffering from insomnia and being sleep deprived.  But the opposite could be true.  What if we find that we, or someone we care about, is having too much sleep.  What if someone regularly sleeps for more than nine hours at night? We worry about not getting enough sleep but, with five million diagnosed with Alzheimer's in the USA alone, the thought of developing Alzheimer's is becoming of much greater concern. Could this be an early sign of ...

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The Pitfalls of Hormone Changes in All Age Groups of Women

Added March 15, 2017, Under: Exercise, Headaches & Migraines, How To, Insomnia, Skin Conditions, Women's Health

  The hormonal changes that lead to hot flushes and night sweats in menopause are often treated, by those who don't have them, as a subject for jokes but, if you do suffer from them, they can be far from funny. Hormones have always been an unpredictable force in many women's lives, impacting on their happiness. But there is no need to just grin and bear it as we are going to share some of the natural ways in which you can ...

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