home remedies for migraines

Self-Inflicted Brain Freeze May Offer Migraine Relief

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Migraines are tricky; once they begin, it can be near impossible to get them to stop or go away. Many people have learned tricks, however, that help them to control their migraines. Using essential oils, placing an ice pack on the head or back of the neck, and massaging the … Read More
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Use Cast Iron Cookware as an Iron Deficiency Treatment

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Iron deficiency is alarmingly common and can cause dangerous conditions like anemia if untreated. About a quarter of the world’s population is anemic and many others are iron deficient.[1] While many iron deficiency treatment options involve iron supplementation or dietary changes to include more iron-rich foods, an easy, effective way … Read More
osteoporosis exercises

Exercises To Help Osteopenia and Osteoporosis

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We all know that exercise is on any short list of “essential actions” to treat or even reverse osteopenia or osteoporosis. But why is that the case? And what kind of osteopenia and osteoporosis exercises are best? Some recent research is beginning to answer those questions. Bone is made mostly of … Read More
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Matcha Tea Benefits: 7 Tips for How to Use Matcha Powder

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Green tea may be one of the healthiest beverages you can drink, except, perhaps, for matcha tea. The healthy compounds found in green tea are even more highly concentrated in matcha, a bright green powder made from green tea leaves. Learn how to use matcha powder in everything from your … Read More
Ashwagandha benefits

Ashwagandha Benefits May Include Easing Stress and Anxiety

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Are you feeling so worn out or keyed up from chronic stress that you could use a little extra help? Ashwagandha benefits are perfect for those beaten down by stress. There are also other ashwagandha health benefits. It may be beneficial to use ashwagandha for depression and anxiety. What Is … Read More

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