Physical exercise can improve both your mental and physical health. Medical experts have proven that exercise positively affects the levels of certain mood-enhancing neurotransmitters in the brain. Exercise not only gives you a healthy heart or lowers your blood pressure, exercise is also one of the best depression treatments. Continue reading “Move yourself up to beat depression!”
Insomnia can be a pain to your daily life and having a good night’s sleep can be very difficult. Here are 10 methods you can use today to fight insomnia and sleep great every night, including a reflexology technique. Continue reading “10 Methods You Can Use Today to Fight Insomnia”
If you’re looking for ways to stop blushing, you could spend a lifetime trying to find the next temporary solution, the latest green tinted make-up or some kind of foul home remedy that ends up gathering dust in the cupboard. Continue reading “Ways To Stop Blushing”
All of us need to deal with pain from time to time but the pain of a headache can be something that can really set us on edge. Some of us may experience headaches on a regular basis and they can be approaching what would be considered chronic pain. That doesn’t always need to be the case and there are three exercises that can be done regularly which will help in many cases to be able to overcome most headaches. Continue reading “Three Exercises That Help with Headaches”
Can menopause symptoms be safely comforted with bioidentical hormones?
Recent research suggests that menopause can be treated with bioidentical hormones, a natural replacement for a woman`s body, with no reported side effects.
In the past, menopause has been treated like a disease – primarily with Hormone Replacement Therapy or HRT (including Premarin, which is made from pregnant mares urine, Prempro and Provera), which meant ingesting synthetic chemicals on a regular basis. Now we know that these drugs are causing the very problems they were supposed to be preventing including breast cancer and heart attacks. Continue reading “Menopause and Bioidentical Hormones”
During Perimenopause, in the transitional period before menopause, women experience a number of emotional problems and mood swings, including anger, in addition to physical changes. According to experts, perimenopause does not cause anger and other mood swings, but fluctuations in hormone production during perimenopause trigger anger, depression and other mood swings that are already pre-existing. Continue reading “Perimenopause,Menopause and Anger”
One of the most important and common symptoms of candida overgrowth – chronic fatigue and tiredness are caused by candida albicans induced nutritional deficency. Fatty acids, vitamin b6 and magnesium defficiences created by yeast are known to be responsible for long lasting lack of energy. Extremely serious and energy-draining it is often accompanied by headaches, trouble with concentration and difficulties with memory. Even providing your body with the neccesary elements and nutrients can mean nothing if they are not properly absorbed. Balancing stress, diet, and sleep should be number one on your list, if you’re trying to regain normal energy levels throughout the day.
Brain fog, poor concentration and difficulties with memory are also one of the most common symptoms of candida overgroth. Caused by acetaldehyde – a chemical produced by candida – lack of focus along with mood changes are just the ‘tip of the iceberg’ of this condition. A balanced diet limiting sugars, preservatives and additives can get rid of the excess of acetaldehyde in your bloodstream, balancing the amount of vitamin b1 and oxygen in your blood – blood, which is responsible for bringing the oxygen to your brain – helping with preventing mental fatigue and brain fog.
Continue reading “Candida Diet Solution – 60-Day Long Anti-Candida Strategy”
Completely eliminate the feelings of hopelessness, depression and even suicidal thoughts that can incapacitate you during PMDD!
Continue reading “The PMDD Treatment Miracle – Cure Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Naturally! By Jane Pritchard”
PMS, or premenstrual syndrome, is experienced by an estimated 85 percent of all women at some point during their lives. PMS is an umbrella term used to describe a number of physical and emotional changes that women undergo in the days between ovulation and the onset of the monthly period. These changes are attributed to changing hormone levels in the body. Continue reading “PMS”
Normally, women experience the first symptoms of menopause during their late thirties and early forties. Menopause is a natural occurrence and a gradual transition occurring in every woman. Menopause is not any disease or illness but a total cessation of menstrual cycles for twelve months or more. Some women experience first symptoms of menopause earlier than other women do. Continue reading “First Symptoms Of Menopause”