A recent study published in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research is the first to show that correction of upper neck injuries is capable of reversing the progression of both Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's disease. "According to medical research, head and neck injuries have long been considered a contributing factor for the onset of both Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's disease, " said Dr. Erin Elster, the lead researcher. "But this is the first research to show that correction of those injuries can have a dramatic effect on improving and reversing Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's disease." Positive Effects of Chiropractic Wellness Care The diagnosis of all included an initial MRI on each patient as well as a series of follow up MRI studies four months, one year and two years after beginning Chiropractic wellness care.
If you perspire heavily, all you want to know is how to stop excessive underarm sweating. You are tired of the embarrassment, the stained clothes, and most of all the wetness under your arms. Maybe you have tried everything you can possibly think of to stop the problem; still, it persists no matter what you do. I have been there myself, and sweaty armpits are definitely something you do not want to live with for the rest of your life. Is there anything that can be done? There are many solutions, some natural and some medical. You know that you perspire much more heavily than others do. Doesn't matter if it's cool, where you are or what you are doing.
When it comes to excessive sweating, most people try to find a solution or treatment as soon as possible. By treatment they look into lotions, anti-perspirants, pills and even surgery or botox injections. Unfortunately other treatments don't even cross their minds. What all the treatments have in common above are that they may appear to cure the problem of excessive sweating but all they do is hide it. Surgery is the only thing that "cures" it but this is at the expense of having nerve endings severed from the sweat glands. There are 2 very important aspects to consider before any of these treatments. If you want to overcome it for good, you need to look at causes and for many these causes lay in what we eat and how we think.
Many people suffer from exhaustion, find they are sick too often or are always taking different medications for a variety of ailments. People don't often question if having an ache or pain is really a normal part of life. Most of us assume that pain is a result of growing old. What about allergies; why are they becoming more and more prevalent? Is it inevitable to lose our healthy, glow and vitality? Holistic and Positive Change None of these things need to be accepted as normal life. Believe it or not, all of these ailments are influenced by our nutrition and how our nervous system directs these nutrients. With a holistic approach to nutrition that takes into account all aspects of our health, we can see positive changes with our mind, body and spirit.
If you suffer from heartburn then it is more than likely that you follow the conventional way and take one of the huge range of prescribed or over-the-counter medications that the pharmaceutical industry churns out on a regular basis. Well that is the best remedy isn't it?... Maybe not. Like many people, you may be increasingly concerned about the adverse side effects, associated with drug based medications, that we hear about on a regular basis. You will probably be interested to know, therefore, that this concern has generated a sharp rise in interest in natural treatments and remedies for heartburn and that some of the most highly effective natural remedies for heartburn are homeopathic remedies.
Only about half of American children and teenagers who have certain mental disorders receive professional services, according to a nationally representative survey funded in part by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). The survey also provides a comprehensive look at the prevalence of common mental disorders. The results are part of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), a collaboration between NIMH and the National Center for Health Statistics of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The survey conducted from 2001 to 2004 had 3, 042 participants. These most recent results include data from children and adolescents ages 8 to 15, and were published online ahead of print December 14, 2009, in the journal Pediatrics.