How to Improve your Eyesight
Blog / 07/10/2013

How to Improve your Eyesight   If you are looking for a method of how to improve your eyesight, you may have already considered laser surgery. It is true that on the face of it, laser surgery can seem like a miracle solution to a number of eyesight problems. However laser surgery is expensive and as with all surgical procedures carries a number risks. Why choose expensive and risky laser surgery when there are alternative risk free and inexpensive methods available. These other methods include the Bates Exercise Method which simply involves purchasing the appropriate literature to enable you to follow the exercises. There is also the Pinhole Glasses Exercise method which entails the purchase of pinhole glasses. Research has shown that either one of these methods is an effective way of correcting vision. In fact if you use both of these methods in conjunction with one another the process is actually speeded up. They both work on the founding principle that when eye muscles are stressed and strained this has a direct effect on the health of our eyes. This should come as no surprise to those reading this as we know for a fact that stress has a…

Most Common Causes of Sweating and Steps to Tackle It
Blog / 07/07/2013

Most Common Causes of Sweating and Steps to Tackle It   What makes us sweat? To start with, sweating is normal as everyone have sweat glands that secrete salty fluid|Let me tell you, sweating is a natural phenomena as everyone has sweat glands which secrete the salty liquid, otherwise called sweat. It’s an important phenomena that keeps our body cool depending on the number of sweat glads, each one of us have more than a million of sweat glands. As a matter of fact, the number of sweat glands seem to be an important deciding factor on the intensity of sweat, while each person has more than a million. It’s a common assumption that men sweat more as they are often seen to be seating profusely. In reality it’s vice-versa – women have more sweat glands yet man’s glands are more active. On what occasion do we sweat or sweat more? Usually people sweat when they are hot, or excited, nervous and anxious. While sweating is normal, at times precaution is needed, sometimes it needs attention. It’s when excessive sweating is accompanied by weight loss, fever, shortness of breath etc, you would need to consult a doctor immediately. Excessive sweating…

Eczema Flare-Ups: What They Are and How To Avoid Them
Blog / 06/22/2013

Eczema Flare-Ups: What They Are and How To Avoid Them   Eczema is a chronic skin condition, also commonly known as atopic dermatitis. Sufferers often feel the constant need to itch the skin. This itching can lead to red rashes, blister-like sores that ooze, and scaly, rough patches of skin. The phrase “eczema flare-ups,” is used to describe outbreaks or episodes where the condition gets worse. Those who suffer from this disease are often plagued with the skin condition for life, but there are ways to seek relief. Unfortunately, this relief can be short-term. Some individuals can go months without an eczema rash and wake up one morning to have a significant outbreak. Although there is no way to cure this disease, there are steps you can take to avoid regular flare-ups. Find Your Trigger Factor The phrase “trigger factor,” is often used to describe the onset of an outbreak. Something triggers the skin. It is irritated and produces a reaction. There are different causes for flare-ups and outbreaks, but medical professional have developed a list of common factors. They include dairy products, chemical irritants, allergies, the weather, and stress. Eliminate Your Trigger Factors Once you believe you found the…

What Is Hyperhidrosis?
Blog / 06/21/2013

What Is Hyperhidrosis?   The condition which causes excessive sweating is defined as Hyperhidrosis. Research shows that about 4% of the population has symptoms which are typical to the disorder. The symptoms which include sweaty face, hands, feet and palms can be a reason of embarrassment and social issues. Everyday existence can be challenging for a person suffering from this condition and physical proximity could be challenging. Yet, this condition can be cured and all these issues can be easily avoided. What causes It? It is a medical condition that needs serious and focused handling and it will not go away if you think that it is something that can be ignored. The hypothalamus – a part of the brain – is responsible for all sweat related functions. The sweat glands, which are responsible for producing sweat, are triggered by the hypothalamus which sends signals to it via nerves. In normal circumstances, a person would sweat when there is warmth or when the person undergoes any physical activity. As opposed to this, the sweat glands of a person suffering from this disorder produces surplus of sweat always. Types There are two main categories into which it can be divided into…

Plantar Fasciitis: Ball Of Foot Pain
Blog / 06/20/2013

Plantar Fasciitis: Ball Of Foot Pain   It is not uncommon to have painful feet. Human foot has to go through a lot of physical stress and sessions. Hence it is bound to show signs of pain and aches with the passage of time. However, heel pain or foot pain should not be ignored if it follows a consistent pattern or continues for a long period of time. It is advisable to seek medical help during such circumstances. Heel of the foot is protected through a layer of fat deposits near your fascia. This can be damaged due to some wrong exercises and practice and can in turn cause painful heels. Painful heels or ball of foot pain can be cured provided that it is properly diagnosed. You should go for check-ups, tests, scans and physical examinations to complete the diagnosis process. Causes of Ball of Foot Pain: Heel fissures: These are nothing but similar to a skin deep and are one of the less severe cause of ball of foot pain. However, if ignored, heel fissures can cause a lot of discomfort and trouble. Hence, it is important to cure the problem of heel fissures before the problem aggravates….

Eat Stop Eat: Weight Loss Plan – Review
Blog / 06/19/2013

Eat Stop Eat: Weight Loss Plan – Review   Brought to you by Brad Pilon, the Eat Stop Eat: Weight Loss Plan is one of the most popular programs on the web and has been sweeping the nation with it’s easy to follow steps and super results. It’s also featured on TV and in popular magazines around the world and is fast becoming one of the leading weight-loss programs. But let’s see what you get and whether or not it’s worth the price tag of $37 (with a $9.99 trial option). If you’re looking to lose-weight fast then this is probably one of the best options you can go for. There are hundreds of weight-loss programs online but this system is one of the only ones that has actually been proven with clinical research. That makes this system one of the best on the market before even looking at what you get when you buy. Weight-loss is hard – a lot of people tend to think that it is all about calories in versus calories burned and while this is true, that’s not the full picture. There are a lot of other things that effect it and what we like…

Categories of People Prone to Angular Cheilitis
Blog / 06/18/2013

Categories of People Prone to Angular Cheilitis   Each and every year, thousands or even millions of people are searching for an effective treatment that will get them rid of their Angular Cheilitis as soon as possible. In order to see what are the people with high risk of suffering from this disease, it is absolutely necessary to understand what it is and how it develops. It is a skin condition which affects the corners of the mouth and the skin from above and below them. In time, the condition can spread so that it can affect the entire area from above and below the lips. In most cases, this condition is due to the fact that saliva and sweat are retained too much time inside some skin folds. This is mainly possible when people are wearing dentures that do not fit well, thus deforming the face and causing folds at the level of the mouth or when one or more teeth are missing and the mouth closes more than necessary. These cases are more common in older people, as they are the one who have most teeth extracted and have to wear dentures. Also, because this condition is also…

How to Improve Eyesight Exercises
Blog / 06/18/2013

How to Improve Eyesight Exercises   The society we are living in means that we often want instant results in all areas of our lives, health included. So it is no surprise that those who undertake eye exercises to improve their vision, often seek ways to improve their eyesight exercises so that they get quicker and better results. Thousands of people every year carry out the Bates Eye Exercise Method in order to correct their vision. The Bates Eye Exercise method is based on the premise that eye problems are caused by eye muscle strain. If all of the steps in the exercise program are followed, and the exercises are done regularly, then more often than not productive and positive results are achieved. Those that have used the Bates Exercise Program in conjunction with the Pinhole Glasses exercise program have commented that they have noticed speedier results. The Pinhole Glasses exercise program is also based on the premise that stress to the eye muscles leads to vision problems. Both the Bates Exercise Program and the Pinhole Glasses Exercise can be carried out in the comfort of your own home. Once your have purchased your Pinhole glasses, they can be used…

What Are The Symptoms of TMJ?
Blog / 06/17/2013

What Are The Symptoms of TMJ?   The temporomandibular joint disorder is an affliction of the hinge joint (TMJ) that connects the jaw to the skull. The TM joint facilitates all movements of the jaw and therefore, a TMJ disorder might interfere with the most basic functions like eating and talking. To get timely help for this condition, it is essential to get it diagnosed at an early stage. Thus, recognizing its symptoms is the first step towards healing it. Most of the symptoms are likely to occur on or around the jaw area. If you are suffering from it, there are chances that you will feel discomfort in your head, face, mouth, eyes, ears and even back. Contrary to popular belief, toothache is often a symptom rather than its cause. The most common symptoms are clicking or grating noises on opening and closing the mouth. These noises occur when there is a slight dislocation of the jaw bones. They herald its onset and must be paid attention to immediately. For convenience of understanding, the symptoms can be divided into categories, based on which area they are exhibited. These categories are as follows: 1. Symptoms of the face and neck:…

Physical Movement Can Make Wonders for Asthma Sufferers
Blog / 06/16/2013

Physical Movement Can Make Wonders for Asthma Sufferers   Physical activity is one of the main factors which can keep the body in good shape and maintain the organism’s health. There are many benefits associated with physical exercises, yet for asthmatics making exercises on a regular basis has become similar to torture. Many people suffering of asthma are afraid of making any type of movement for fear of not having an asthma attack. Yet, in spite of their fear, physical exercises are highly recommended in asthma treatment, as it decreases the amount of fat deposits (where it is necessary) and it increases the cardio-respiratory fitness, which contributes to a better breathing. Thus, all sufferers which want to become independent of their inhalers must start making physical movement. Those people who have not done any type of physical exercise before, should start by making only moderate movement, for a short period of time. They can start by exercising only 20 minutes per day, three days a week and gradually increase the time they dedicate to this activity to 30 or even 50 minutes every day for 3 up to five days per week. Ideally, each asthmatic should do at least half…