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Get Your Cortisol (Stress Hormone) Levels Under Control

Do you find yourself overly stressed and tired despite not changing your diet and workout routine? Your cortisol (the stress hormone) levels may be too high. Chronic stress can lead to an raised cortisol level resulting in mental, emotional, and other physical health issues. Cortisol is a major stress hormone contributing to mental health disorders. […]
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Fainting – 3 Possible Causes

Syncope is a temporary loss of consciousness usually related to insufficient blood flow to the brain. It’s also called fainting or “passing out.” It most often occurs when blood pressure is too low (hypotension) and the heart doesn’t pump enough blood to the brain. It can be benign or a symptom of an underlying medical […]
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Understanding Migraine, the mighty headache

Migraine Means:   It is a primary headache disorder defined as recurrent episodes of headache that are moderate to severe, throbbing or pulsating in nature and typically affect the one half of the head and last from four to 72 hours. Headache may be associated with vomiting, nausea, sensitivity to sound, light or smell. The pain […]
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What cures and prevents Migraine

Treatment / Prevention of Migraine Migraine treatment helps to stop symptoms and prevent future attacks. Mainly two types of medications used for migraine. Pain-relieving medications (Pain killers): Help in immediately relief of pain symptoms.Take safe prescribed pain-relieving drugs as soon as you experience signs or symptoms of a migraine for the best results. It may help […]
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Could Diet Help to Prevent Alzheimer’s?

  There is no such special diet for the persons with Alzheimer’s disease, but the good nutrition can ease in some symptoms and help them for good feel. Research says that low fat and low glycemic (low sugar) diet always help the general health and wellbeing, which may lower the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. […]