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7 Ways to Get Natural Headache Relief

…soon as you suspect a headache is coming on. It works by stabilizing the vascular reactivity that causes the intense throbbing in your head, giving you natural headache relief. 2. Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10): Taking 100 to 200 mg of CoQ10 daily can help to ward of migraine headaches. In fact the most powerful…

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Summer Hazard #1: Tick-Borne Illnesses

…scalp his mother checks religiously. Day one, my grandson’s symptoms were insidious: a low-grade temperature with no known cause along with a dull headache and fatigue. His immune system rallied that first day, and he was back to normal by dinnertime. His mom double-checked his body for ticks, and found…

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Dangers of Mobile Phone Radiation

…phone use had any impact on their health. Both children and adolescents who were regular cell phone users reported more health problems—especially headaches and asthma—than those who didn’t user them regularly. They also admitted to more problems with concentration and scored lower on measures of well…

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For EMF Protection, Use Video Game Systems with Caution

…banning Wi-Fi in our schools. There is no evidence that the frequencies emitted by Wi-Fi are safe, and plenty of data on sensitive kids getting headaches, cardiac arrhythmias, and more while at school. These symptoms wane when they are out of the school buildings for weekends and vacations. But while…

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Calcium Channel Blockers 101

…preventing spasms and helping them dilate. Unfortunately, there are many side effects of calcium channel blockers. These include: * Ankle swelling * Headaches * Dizziness * Weakness * Fatigue * Lung congestion * Nausea * Heart palpitations * Abdominal cramps * Diarrhea or constipation Talk with your physician…

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Aftermath of Japan: How to Protect Against Radiation

…baking soda and 2 C. salt. Soak for about 20 minutes or until the water cools. If you are feeling unusually tired, have more than your share of headaches, and are very achy with nausea, keep in mind that these are also signs of radiation sickness. So, if your usual good health measures don’t resolve…

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The Pros and Cons of Statin Drugs

…drugs are complicated. For one thing, they have several severe side effects, including the following: * Muscle weakness and pain, * Dizziness, * Headaches, * Extreme fatigue and flu-like symptoms, * Swelling of the ankles, * Liver dysfunction with elevation of the liver enzymes, * Neurological problems…

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Treat Heart Disease With a Heart Healthy Diet Plan

…pressure lowering foods. And that’s just the beginning! Did you know that the right heart healthy diet plan can help alleviate your migraines headaches, or that non-inflammatory foods can heal your arthritis? Foods can also protect women from menopausal symptoms, as well as heal and protect us from…

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Could a Power Outage Actually Be Good For Your Health?

…from electromagnetic frequencies in our high tech environment, many of us do have symptoms—from agitation to sleeplessness, irritability, and headaches. Yet, we don't connect them to our technology exposure. Maybe a power outage is a forced vacation from our high-tech world? I'd never thought of it…

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Dr. Sinatra Against WiFi in Schools

…invisible wavelengths can impact your health, from cardiovascular problems like irregular heartbeats and disturbed heart rate variability (HRV) to headaches and other neurological issues in adults and children alike. This past September, I posted blogs on Dr. Sinatra's trip to Vancouver, Canada, where…

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Control High Blood Pressure

…have smaller arteries than men. There are often no symptoms—which is why hypertension is called the “silent killer.” However, unexplained headaches can be one noticeable sign. Flushing—when you feel heat in the face, or get red in the face when angry—is another. Obviously, it’s better to…

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Wi-Fi Radiation Prevention Tips

…introduced me to many people whose childrenrld developed health issues in schools since Wi-Fi had been installed. Meanwhile, their symptoms (commonly headaches, lightheadedness, and palpitations), were alleviated on the weekends and during school vacations. This is anecdotal evidence so far, but more research…

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Could Alzheimer's Begin in Your Mid-40s?

We tend to think of memory loss as something that happens in our 70s and 80s, but a new study shows memory loss can begin as early as age 45. This new study, which was published in the British Medical Journal, studied 7,000 adults in London between the ages of 45 and 70. As they expected, they…

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Heartbreak’s Emotional Stress Can Affect You Physically

…your body remains in this alarm mode for any length of time, you become prone to stress-producing conditions, ranging from aching neck muscles and headaches to ulcers, allergies, diminished sexual desire and heart disease. Protect Your Health From Emotional Stress The good news is that if heartbreak touches…

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The Stress-Induced Heart Attack

…your body remains in this alarm mode for any length of time, you become prone to stress-producing conditions, ranging from aching neck muscles and headaches to ulcers, allergies, diminished sexual desire and heart risk factors. However, if the adrenaline rush is intense enough, it could lead to a heart…

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How to Protect Children’s Health—and Yours— in a Wireless World

…surfaced several years back in Canada when several schools were equipped with Wi-Fi. Parents and educators discovered that many children experienced headaches, dizziness, heart palpitations, fatigue, and nervous system issues while in school—symptoms that “mysteriously disappeared” on weekends and…

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Stroke Symptoms for Women

…including: * Weakness in arm or leg or both on the same side, * Weakness in facial muscles with progression to one-sided facial droop, * Sudden headache, * Leg weakness or instability, or a gait stagger, * Imbalance in coordination: stumbling, difficult walking or picking up objects, * Difficulty speaking…

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Menopause and High Blood Pressure

…lifespan by 10 to 20 years. What’s even scarier is that high blood pressure levels often give you no visible symptoms, except perhaps a vague headache. This is why it’s often referred to as the “silent killer.” Protecting Yourself From Menopause-Caused High Blood Pressure * The most important…

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Lp(a) and Risk Factors of Heart Disease

…alter?native approach. Recommendations for Lp(a) Cholesterol * Take 100 mg of niacin, twice a day. If you experience side effects like flushing, headache and diarrhea, follow the diet and stop the niacin. You can try a lower dosage at a later date and you can increase the dose to 500 mg a day, twice…

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Reducing Cholesterol With Statin Drugs

…Lescol (fluvastatin). These drugs can be dangerous if taken with high levels of long-acting niacin (vitamin B3). Side effects also include dizziness, headache, extreme fatigue, swelling of the ankles, muscle weakness, and liver toxicity. In both men and women, statins may weaken the heart muscle because…

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Statin Medications Will Not Reduce Lp(a)

…additional details on my Pan-Asian Modified Medietrranean diet.) * Take 100 mg of niacin, twice a day. If you experience side effects like flushing, headache and diarrhea, follow the diet and stop the niacin. You can try a lower dosage at a later date, then slowly increase the dose to 500 mg a day, twice…

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Healthy Blood Pressure Secrets for Women

…! What’s even scarier is that high blood pressure often has no visible symptoms. In most cases you’ll feel just fine, except perhaps a vague headache. That’s why high blood pressure is often referred to as the “silent killer.” Tomorrow, I’ll give you secrets for how you can protect yourself—so…

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Is Your Cell Phone Causing Heart Problems?

…About Radiation and The Heart: * Thirty-four percent reported pain in the heart region. * Thirty-six percent experienced autonomic vascular crisis: headache, tremor, syncope, brief loss of consciousness (LOC) and had tachycardia (abrupt, rapid heartbeat). * Two people had a heart attack. * One person developed…

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