The Five Reasons So Many People are Getting Sick

The Five Reasons So Many People are Getting SickMore than 95 per cent of the world’s population is ill, an analysis based on the 2013 Global Burden of Disease Study found. In 2013, two conditions — musculoskeletal problems (like low back pain, neck pain and arthritis) and mental health disorders (mainly depression, anxiety, and drug and alcohol abuse) accounted for nearly half of all loss... Read More »

Antibiotics may not be Suitable Treatment for UTIs

Antibiotics may not be Suitable Treatment for UTIsAntibiotics may not be the appropriate treatment for some urinary tract infections or UTIs, a recent study has suggested. UTI is a vague, overused diagnosis that may be applied to older adults who have no symptoms but may have bacteria in the urine and also may be experiencing confusion, falls, or other vague signs (including... Read More »

Complete Management Of An Underactive Thyroid

Complete Management Of An Underactive ThyroidThe thyroid gland regulates metabolism, heart, muscle, and brain functions. When you have low levels of thyroid hormones, you can have major consequences. Your body can run into problems with heart failure, osteoporosis, low heart rate, dementia, muscle pain, joint pain and more. Hypothyroidism can be a serious condition if not managed properly. Complete management... Read More »

Green Tea May Be a Whole-Body Health Tonic

Green Tea May Be a Whole-Body Health TonicAlthough tea drinking has been associated with health benefits for centuries, only in recent years have its medicinal properties been investigated scientifically. Research shows holistic benefits from green tea consumption, including lower blood pressure, dementia, oxidative stress, and chronic inflammation. Tea’s health benefits are largely due to its high content of flavonoids — plant-derived compounds... Read More »

Muscle and Joint Pain With Hypothyroidism

Muscle and Joint Pain With HypothyroidismHypothyroidism can cause several muscle or joint-related problems. Most commonly, these symptoms are fluid retention, which results in the swelling of muscles, or swollen muscles that are pressing on your nerves. Some of the problems seen include: 1. General muscular weakness and pain, including cramps and muscle stiffness 2. General joint pain, achiness, and morning... Read More »

Natural Herbal Nootropics – Do They Work?

Natural Herbal Nootropics – Do They Work?If you want to increase your productivity, alertness, and ability to learn and remember, you may be considering giving cognitive enhancers a try. But which ones are both effective and safe? Your brain is your most valuable asset. Know all the facts before using any cognitive enhancer. Some people think herbal or natural supplements don’t... Read More »

What’s Wrong When People Take Healthy Diet but Still Suffer from Health Problems?

What’s Wrong When People Take Healthy Diet but Still Suffer from Health Problems?What’s wrong when people follow dietary principles but still suffer from significant health problems? Why do so many people try to eat good fats but find they cannot digest them? What is the reason for digestive distress and dysbiosis despite taking high-quality probiotics and consuming cultured foods and broth? The answer may be toxic metals.... Read More »

4 Signs of Systemic Inflammation, See If You’re At Risk

4 Signs of Systemic Inflammation, See If You’re At RiskIf you think that inflammation is something that only happens when you’re injured, or is only a minor annoyance —you’re making a big mistake. Many experts now believe “silent inflammation” is the root cause of many of the common signs of aging, from diminished brain and heart function to painful joints, low energy levels and... Read More »

Three Ways Inflammation Causes A Sluggish Thyroid

Three Ways Inflammation Causes A Sluggish ThyroidYour thyroid gland controls a number of processes in your body including energy, weight, and hormone balance as well as being a key component of the endocrine system. The ultimate effect of hypothyroidism, whether it’s caused by iodine deficiency or autoimmunity, is to decrease the amount of thyroid hormone available to the body. The conventional... Read More »

The Link Between Vitamin D Deficiency and Thyroid Disease

The Link Between Vitamin D Deficiency and Thyroid DiseaseNot too long ago, 400 IUs of vitamin D was considered enough for your daily requirements. This particular vitamin wasn’t really on the radar. But now, it’s been discovered that more than a billion people lack sufficient vitamin D around the world, according to National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine website.... Read More »

What to do if you have symptoms of dementia?

What to do if you have symptoms of dementia?Because dementia symptoms can be caused by any number of conditions, obtaining an accurate diagnosis is critical for management and treatment. The sooner you address the problem, the better, so make an appointment with your doctor right away. Your doctor can assess your personal risk factors, evaluate your symptoms, offer tips on healthy lifestyle adjustments,... Read More »