Normal blood pressure levels range between 100/60 and 139/89. When blood pressure levels are too low, this condition is called hypotension. On the other hand, when blood pressure levels are too high, this is called hypertension. There are a variety of underlying causes that can contribute to unhealthy blood pressure levels.
Fortunately, integrative physicians and research study groups have found some very effective and safe natural healing approaches to getting blood pressure levels back in balance. These normalize blood pressure levels by addressing the underlying causes to blood pressure problem. Thus, your body can benefit from these natural healing strategies without negative side effects. These Blood Pressure articles will give you a snapshot of those key steps to prevent blood pressure issues with a natural approach.
Cholesterol is our friend! It is not evil or dangerous. In fact it is essential to life. It is used by our body for many important functions. But when our cholesterol level becomes too high or out of balance, trouble can be on the horizon - but not for the reasons we have been led to believe. And medications used by conventional doctors to control cholesterol levels – namely statin drugs – have some potentially debilitating side effects - muscle pain, cognitive problems and pain or numbness in the extremities (fingers and toes) being the most widely reported ones.
Fortunately, integrative physicians and research study groups have found some very effective and safe natural healing approaches to getting cholesterol levels back in balance. These will not only bring the bad cholesterol down but will reduce inflammation and thus will benefit your body in multiple ways without negative side effects. These Cholesterol Control articles will give you a snapshot of those approaches.
Almost nothing is more embarrassing or frustrating than to not be able to remember things you know you should. But the good news is that although dementia can have many different causes, many of them are reversible! These Cognitive Decline and Memory Issues articles will identify some of the major underlying causes and help you evaluate which ones might apply to you. Is it a low functioning thyroid or a symptom of depression or a Vitamin B12 deficiency or a drug side effect... or any of a number of other possible causes?
And once you and your doctor identify which of these possible causes to work on, these articles will reveal a snapshot of the healing suggestions of integrative physicians and research study groups to correct the underlying root cause.
Depression affects one in ten people in varying degrees of hopelessness, sadness, worthlessness, excessive guilt or just plain apathy. Depression is much more than being only "in your head”; that is, it has actual chemical and biological causes that your body itself can correct if given the correct raw materials to do so. You may need an advocate – your spouse, your friend – to help you through these complex issues, but the good news is that many people can overcome this disabling disorder without having to resort to pharmaceutical drugs. Are you one of those?
These Depression articles are written to give you a snapshot of some of the possible underlying causes of depression and the corresponding corrective healing strategies that have been recommended by leading integrative physicians and research study groups.
Are you sick and tired of being tired? You know, just dragging around having to jolt yourself with caffeine or sugar products just to stay awake. One leading doctor estimates that 31% of adults suffer from fatigue that is chronic in nature – not just the occasional stay up late, next day kind of fatigue. The challenge in your effort to get back that natural energy that lasts all day is that the cause of your current fatigue and exhaustion can come from any one of many possible underlying causes. But these Fatigue, Lack of Energy articles will give you a snapshot of most of the major underlying causes so you can evaluate them for yourself in order to get back on track.
Many people do not think about their health until it’s in jeopardy. To consider changing health habits, most people wait until they’ve been diagnosed with a disease. But, the best treatment for any disease is to not get it at all! On the other hand, if you already have a problem, it’s never too late to reclaim your health. Whether you’re in top-notch shape or trying to reverse your symptoms, our Natural Health 101 topics will teach you the top alternative medicine strategies for living a healthy lifestyle.
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Osteoporosis is an insidious and debilitating condition that produces at first no pain and few if any symptoms and thus may go undetected or ignored - that is, until the time of the first broken bone. At that point, your osteoporosis condition may become a major determining factor in your quality of life. It is a major cause of disability in older women and men. But the best time to start dealing with it is not after the first broken bone; it’s earlier when there is time to improve your bone health and prevent the disease altogether. But even conventional doctors are now saying the pharmaceutical drugs available to treat osteoporosis or osteopenia are challenging at best. They have significant adverse side effects and there is some evidence they may only make the bones more brittle, not stronger.
The good news is that safe and effective ways to improve your bone health have been identified by leading integrative physicians and research study groups. These Osteoporosis Prevention and Treatment articles will give you a snapshot of those key steps to treat or prevent osteoporosis naturally.
If your recent lab test came back showing higher than normal triglyceride levels (above 150 mg/dL), you should consider this as the flashing light on your dashboard. Something “under the hood” needs some adjustment. And tragically you might be tempted to just ignore it – especially so since some doctors concentrate more on “total cholesterol” and don’t worry as much about high triglycerides. That is a big mistake because studies show having high triglycerides is a much more significant predictor of possible cardiovascular disease than is total cholesterol.
If you are wondering how to lower triglycerides naturally, here is some great news! Fortunately, integrative physicians and research study groups have found some very effective and safe natural healing approaches to achieving normal triglyceride levels without the use of the side-effect prone statin drugs. These strategies normalize triglyceride levels by addressing the underlying root causes of the problem. Thus, your body can benefit from these natural healing strategies without negative side effects. These Triglyceride articles will give you a snapshot of the key steps to reduce triglycerides safe and naturally.