Pets affect our health in many subtle yet substantial ways. When you come home to a purr or wagging tail at the end of a stressful day, the sudden wave of calm you feel isn’t just your imagination. Have you ever noticed you feel better when you’re around your pet? It’s true. Spending quality time with a dog, cat or other animal can have a positive impact on your mood and your health. Pets can be calming stress-fighters.
Research suggests your fluffy friend truly is good for your physical and mental health. Pets give unconditional acceptance and love and they’re always there for you. There is a bond and companionship that makes a big difference in our overall health. Researchers found that pet owners, on average, were better off than non-owners, especially when they have a higher-quality relationship with their pets.
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What is Syndrome X? You may not have heard of Syndrome X, but have you heard of Insulin Resistance? Or how about Pre-Diabetes? They are all the same condition and the common denominator is it’s the precursor to diabetes. The body becomes overwhelmed by insulin fluctuations and the cells become resistant to it. Blood sugar levels soar out of control, setting off damaging free radicals, Inflammation, and metabolic problems. The symptoms of Syndrome X usually go undetected by doctors for years, because the symptoms are so varied.
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Those who already suffer with fibromyalgia pain also suffer from myofasciale pain syndrome. The myofasciale pain syndrome is another form of chronic pain that can affect the entire body, including the face and jaw. Pain myofasciale can be added to the already uncomfortable symptoms of fibromyalgia, and can contribute to disability and poor quality of life if not properly diagnosed. If you think you may suffer from myofascial dysfunction, ask your health care provider to discuss treatment options.
Myofascial pain syndrome facts:
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Alcoholism, which is also known as alcohol use disorder, is one of the most common problems in the UK. In fact, it’s not something that’s only common in the UK, but it affects people all over the world. It’s a mental condition that changes the way your brain functions.
Since drinking is a socially accepted activity in most of the countries across the globe, it’s hard for a person to identify when alcohol use becomes alcohol abuse.
Consumption of this addictive beverage is quite common during festivals, family get-togethers, corporate events, and social gatherings. But no matter how common it is, it doesn’t change the fact that regular consumption of alcohol can lead to alcoholism.
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NEW BOOK BY: Elizabeth M. Clamon
What is Chronic Illness? A chronic illnesses can be any condition from cancer, to Lupus, Fibromyalgia , Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Depression, Anxiety , and scores of other conditions. We know that there are certain things that can trigger chronic illness and there is a good probability there is a genetic predisposition for one, but it’s never the same for two people, even two with the same illnesses. This book explains twenty chronic illnesses and natural ways to treat them and possibly even reverse them. In this book you will find suggestions for dietary changes, herbal supplements, alternative therapies, and many other suggestions to help you cope and heal chronic illness.
Paperback can be ordered here’s: Amazon