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Scars. According to the German research papers, a list of some of the complaints that have been shown to be created or contributed to by scars includes: Headaches, Migraines, Allergies, Confusion, Vertigo, Hay Fever, Optic Neuritis, Asthma, Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue, Tonsillitis, Liver Disease, Menstrual Pain, Sinusitis, Chronic Infections, Back Pain, Menstrual Irregularity, Gallbladder Disease, Eczema, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Arthritis, Emphysema, Arteriosclerosis, circulatory disorders, Bladder dysfunction, prostate disorders, kidney disease, Gallbladder disease, heart disease, skin diseases, ulcers, Colitis, menstrual cramps, hemorrhoids, Depression, dizziness, Ear problems, glaucoma, inflammatory eye disease, Hormonal imbalances, thyroid disease…and many other chronic degenerative conditions.


How can this possibly be? How could a scar cause the legion of complaints listed above? There are around 30,000 million nerve cells in the body. Important. Look What Happens In Your Body When You Sleep On Your Left Side. In our time, life moves fast.

Important. Look What Happens In Your Body When You Sleep On Your Left Side

Despite the demands of modern adults, we are the guilty ones for making bad decisions in our life, like eating junk food or not doing enough exercise. But perhaps the most damaging thing, however is not having a good rest. When you are asleep, your body performs important repairing functions, which means that a lack of sleep can lead to serious problems such as fatigue, loss of mental clarity and other health problems. Important. Look What Happens In Your Body When You Sleep On Your Left Side Most of us are probably already aware of the importance of sleep, but did you know that the position during the sleep has a big impact on your health? Sleeping on the left side provides relief in the reflux of the heartburn. If you are prone to sleep apnea and / or snoring in general, try sleeping on your left side. Sleeping on your left side also works with gravity to help improve the digestion of food by encouraging progression into the intestinal tract. This is what happens to your lungs, brain and mood when you get a Himalayan salt lamp : The Hearty Soul.

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This is what happens to your lungs, brain and mood when you get a Himalayan salt lamp : The Hearty Soul

You don’t know what you’re missing if you’ve never owned a Himalayan Pink Salt Lamp. It’s like having an open window – a softly glowing natural source of fresh, clean air – on your desk, in your living room, next to the bed, or anywhere you choose to put it. Want to own your own Himalayan salt lamps? You can purchase a variety of sizes from this page on Amazon. Before we dive into the health benefits of using Himalayan pink salt lamps in your home, it may be helpful to first have a brief chemistry lesson: How Salt Lamps Work All matter (the human body, air, water, etc) is made up of molecules which are made up of atoms which are made up of three types of particles: protons (positive charge), electrons (negative charge), and neutrons (no charge).

Occasionally an electron flies off and when it does, it leaves behind a positively-charged ion whose sole purpose in life becomes to fill the void left by its little lost electron. 1. 2. 3. What Causes Cancer and What Is it Really? Through the ages, many have attempted to explain both what cancer is and what causes cancer.

What Causes Cancer and What Is it Really?

Explanations that are frequently given for what cancer is or is caused by include: a fungus, a bacterial infection, a virus or viruses, parasiteslow oxygenacidic pH and emotional stress, and/or unresolved emotional issues While virtually all of those things may indeed contribute to cancer, none of them accurately describe what cancer actually is or what the primary cause of cancer is. The True Primary Cause of Cancer In order to understand what cancer is and what causes cancer, you must first recognize that cancer is largely a disease created by man. Viruses, funguses, bacteria, parasites… you name it and they have always been present. So what is it that has changed from the time when the rate of cancer was almost non-existent to where it has grown at a steep and largely steady rate? Certainly there are other contributing factors, but there is simply no other sensible explanation.

Article Summary. Irritable Bladder Syndrome or Allergic Bladder. Irritable Bladder Syndrome or Allergic Bladder may progress to Interstitial Cystitis Any part of the body can react allergically.

Irritable Bladder Syndrome or Allergic Bladder

Irritable bladder syndrome can be caused by allergies to foods, micro-organisms, or chemicals and in these cases I refer to it as allergic bladder. The commonest problem is with yeast or bacteria that live in the gut. Interstitial cystitis is a nasty painful chronic bladder inflammation which starts with allergic bladder. Symptoms The symptoms of the allergic bladder are exactly the same as those of a bladder infection ie constant desire to pee (strangury), frequency of peeing, pain on peeing (cystitis) and possibly passing blood.

Diagnosis The only difference between allergy and infection is the number of organisms present. However, I have also seen cases of severe interstitial cystitis triggered by chemical exposures, typically to solvents from the carpet and printing industry. Treatment Prevent bacteria or yeast sticking to the lining of the urinary tract. The Myth of Frequent Urination and Food Allergies. Is frequent urination tied to food allergies?

The Myth of Frequent Urination and Food Allergies

Though there are a few articles online advancing this theory, the truth is that no connection has been made in the world of medical studies. This doesn’t necessarily mean that the connection will not someday be established but it is important to look at all the known causes for frequent urination before assuming there is a cause between your frequent urination and food allergies. It isn’t hard to see how the jump can be made in associating this problem with food allergies since food allergy symptoms do include stomach related upset like diarrhea and abdominal pain. The theory is that wheat allergy and gluten allergy are specific suspects in the correlation between food allergies and frequent urination.

Celiac disease sufferers are of specific interest here since their problems with the digestion of gluten products cause a variety of intestinal issues. Other culprits that have been tagged as suspects are foods high in acid.