Candida Diet Solution – 60-Day Long Anti-Candida Strategy

Candida Diet Solution - 60-Day Long Anti-Candida StrategyBeauty InfoOne 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 serius and energy-draining is often accompanied by headaches, trouble with concentration and difficulties with memory. Even providing your body 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.
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The PMDD Treatment Miracle – Cure Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Naturally! By Jane Pritchard

The PMDD Treatment Miracle - Cure Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Naturally! By Jane PritchardBeauty InfoNormalize your moods and temper during this period so that you never feel out of control again, and never end up saying or doing things that hurt the ones you love any more!

Completely eliminate the feelings of hopelessness, depression and even suicidal thoughts that can incapacitate you during PMDD!
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PMS

PMS, PMS remedy, PMS symptoms, PMS treatment
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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”

First Symptoms Of Menopause

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”

Sleep Patterns And Female Health

 
According to recent surveys, around 35% of the female population is suffering from insomnia and disturbed sleep. Night sweating, headaches, fatigue, tiredness are slowly becoming a daily feature of a woman’s life. Are you one of them, who have started loosing their sound sleep and is lying awake even longer than before? If this type of sleeping disorder persists, then its time you should consult your doctor. Continue reading “Sleep Patterns And Female Health”

Everything Midlife Women Would Like to Know about Sleep (if they werent too tired to ask)

Everything Midlife Women Would Like to Know about Sleep
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A good nights sleep may be elusive once women reach their 40s and beyond. Fluctuating hormone levels, a mind that doesn’t turn off when you turn in, and getting up to use the bathroom all contribute to sleepless nights and yawn-filled days. If you’re tired of counting sheep when you should be snoozing, the following answers to sleep questions can help: Continue reading “Everything Midlife Women Would Like to Know about Sleep (if they werent too tired to ask)”

4 Self-Care Rituals You Can Work Into Your Day

4 Self-Care Rituals You Can Work Into Your Day

Juggling work and family leaves us with little time for ourselves. Traditionally we have been taught to put others before ourselves, particularly so because we are women. However, if we are to care for others it is absolutely imperative that we care for ourselves first.
We must maintain our own health and well-being if we are to care adequately for those around us, not to mention maintain responsible positions at work. Here are four simple, self-care rituals that you can work into your day, without having to take too much time away from your never-ending “To do” list. Continue reading “4 Self-Care Rituals You Can Work Into Your Day”

Music to alleviate symptoms of stress and help you to relax

Music to alleviate symptoms of stress

Listening to music does wonders to alleviate the symptoms of stress. Everyone has different tastes in music.

We should listen to the kind of music that makes us feel comfortable.

Sitting down and forcing yourself to listen to relaxation music that you don’t like may create stress, not alleviate it. Music is a significant mood-changer and reliever of stress, working on many levels at once. Continue reading “Music to alleviate symptoms of stress and help you to relax”

Menopause info – Cessation Menopause

Menopause info - Cessation Menopause

Menopause refers to the physiological stopping of menstrual cycles that is associated with advancing age in species that experience such cycles. More specifically menopause occurs as the ovaries of the species stop producing estrogen, which in turn causes the entire reproductive system to slowly come to a halt. Continue reading “Menopause info – Cessation Menopause”

How to Get to Sleep When You’re Feeling Very Stressed

 

If you’ve ever been very stressed, then you’ll know that this can make it very difficult to get to sleep. It’s common when we’re stressed to lie awake listening to our hearts thudding in our chest and getting even more stressed that we’re not able to drift off and thus re-energize for the days ahead.

This is what makes the situation so bad: we know that the less we sleep, the worse the stress is going to seem tomorrow. Ironically, we’ll experience more of the very same stress that is keeping us awake!

So what can you do to overcome that stress and just drift off? Continue reading “How to Get to Sleep When You’re Feeling Very Stressed”