It’s annoying, uncomfortable, and just plain unpleasant. Itchy skin, or pruritus, is one of the ways our body tells us that something isn’t quite right, but how do we know what that “something” is? And what can we do about it? Here are 11 reasons why you might be suffering
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The migraine headache is one of the top 20 most debilitating disorders in developed countries. It is caused by a complicated interplay between predisposing genetic variants and environmental factors. How to overcome migraines? There are all kinds of treatments that can help, including natural remedies discussed below.
First, consider that migraines
We all lose about 100 hairs a day without noticing any obvious hair loss. If you have been noticing more “loose” hair than usual in your hairbrush or on your pillow when you wake in the morning, or your hair feels thinner when you wash and style it, genetics could
A flash of lights and shapes seem to appear before your eyes. Soon, the unmistakable throbbing pain of a migraine headache takes over. You look for relief, but what can help you now? What can help you avoid these disabling attacks down the road?
If you’re one of the 40 million or
Brain neurotransmitters are the chemical messengers that act as communication agents between different brain cells. In chronic depression, these brain chemicals get out of balance. Fortunately, there are some safe and effective natural health options available to balance brain chemicals.
Of the 30 or so neurotransmitters that have been identified, researchers
Q: I recently found out a friend was diagnosed with bipolar disorder? She said she has periods of hypomania, along with depressive episodes. What’s the difference between mania and hypomania?
A: Someone with bipolar disorder has abnormal shifts in mood, energy and activity levels. They are often described as episodes of
Brain-training games and exercises, studies show, may help stave off dementia. Spend just a few hours engaging in exercises that teach the aging brain to increase processing speed, new research suggests, and you could dramatically reduce an older adult’s vulnerability to dementia. A slowing of processing speed—the ability to attend
Just a few hours spent engaging in exercises that teach the aging brain to increase processing speed—the ability to attend to and respond to incoming information—appear to dramatically reduce an older adult’s vulnerability to dementia, new research suggests. A slowing of processing speed often accounts for age-related brain decline.
Truly valuable high blood pressure remedies will heal the blood vessels themselves as well as lower blood pressure readings. Learn how to test the condition of your blood vessels using two innovative “biomarker” tests.