Increase Penis Exercise: Corpora Cavernosa Exercises
Blog / 05/17/2012

Increase Penis Exercise: Corpora Cavernosa Exercises   When people talk about increasing penis exercise they usually mean exercising the corpora cavernosa. The corpora cavernosa consists of 2 chambers that run the length of your penis. It is filled with soft, spongy tissue. These chambers are responsible for your erection. When you are aroused, penile muscles respond, allowing blood to rush in and fill these 2 chambers, creating an erection. It then goes without saying that the total length and thickness of your penis when it is erect is dependent on the maximum size of your corpora cavernosa when it fills with blood. Working with the corpora cavernosa to increase penis size is not just done through exercises. You might be interested to note that there is a surgical procedure where the corpora cavernosa is removed and replaced with balloon implants that mimic the function of the corpora cavernosa. Instead of balloons that match the size of your corpora cavernosa, larger ones can be implanted into your penis, making it longer and bigger. This surgery however, is not recommended for cosmetic purposes and is primarily intended for men who suffer from impotence. When increasing penis size, doing exercises are still the…

What Is the Connection Between Proper Nutrition and Asthma?
Blog / 05/14/2012

What Is the Connection Between Proper Nutrition and Asthma? Even though asthma is not associated with one certain diet and theoretically there are no restrictions to the foods and drinks you can ingest, nutrition plays a high important part in asthma evolution, just as it influences any other chronic diseases. A proper nutrition will not only have a positive effect upon your aspect, but it will also diminish the attacks if you are an asthmatic. This is mainly due to the fact that proper diets, which include fresh fruits and vegetables and foods which contain high amounts of Omega 3, keep the body in good function and make the lungs work perfectly in any conditions. Thus, the breathing problems will be significantly reduced and the asthmatic will be able to breathe normally or at least have longer periods in which it does not have to use the inhaler. In contrast, people eating foods which have a high concentration of Omega 6, like margarine or processed foods, have higher risks of developing serious and more often attacks as trans fats have a negative effect upon the entire body, thus on the way your lungs function, too. Another aspect related to nutrition…

Which is the Best Program for Better Vision?
Blog / 05/06/2012

Which is the Best Program for Better Vision?   There are a number of programs available today which purport to be able to correct your eyesight without the use of glasses, and give your better vision. We believe that one of the best programs for better vision is the Bates Program. The Bates Program is in effect a series of exercises which were formulated by the pioneering ophthalmologist William Bates. He rebelled against orthodox ophthalmology when after years of research he discovered that vision could be corrected by undertaking eye exercises rather than wearing glasses. His program involved undertaking daily eye exercises. One of the many advantages of his exercise program is that the exercises are easy to follow. Furthermore they are safe and do not involve any expenditure other than the purchase of a book which explains the exercises in full. Thousands of people who have followed these exercises have experienced such a remarkable improvement in their vision that they have been able to throw away their glasses for good. Bates believed that the great majority of eye conditions, including serious ones are actually caused by eye strain rather than a fundamental problem with the eyes. The aim of…

Natural Cure For Ovarian Cysts
Blog / 05/04/2012

Natural Cure For Ovarian Cysts   Ovarian cyst disease is a chronic condition that can take a toll on the physical, mental and emotional well being of a woman. The conventional medical approach cannot really help the individual cure and prevent the condition, as the root causes of this condition as well as the manifold complications associated with this condition are not addressed by the common conventional treatments. Hence, today there is a growing trend to revert back to the natural approach to handling disorders in all their aspects. The importance of the natural approach: First, the natural approach to curing them involves the use of natural safe and gentle remedies. The use of natural remedies often results is much fewer side effects compared to those inflicted by conventional drugs. Secondly, the natural approach targets the root causes of a condition rather than focusing on the symptoms. Thirdly, by tackling the root causes the natural approach aims at long term healing and prevention of your condition. Side effects of conventional medication: Conventional medical treatment can give rise to many side effects. Women who have to lose their ovaries can obviously never have children again. These women also often experience change…

Sciatica Relief Information
Blog / 04/18/2012

Sciatica Relief Information By Nancy Dickey, Author of Stop Sciatica Now!   Sciatica is a common condition where pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness originates from the lower back, travels down through the buttock, and then down the back of the leg. Most people who experience sciatica pain and symptoms get better within a few weeks or months through simple non-surgical treatments. Others feel symptoms and pain so strongly that they are debilitated and incapable of performing everyday activities. Sciatica sufferers experience a wide range of symptoms The sciatica nerve runs through many muscles from the lower back and into the leg, causing a wide range of possible symptoms. You might notice that you have pain on one side of your buttock or in one leg that is worse when sitting. The sciatica nerve splits in two and runs down each leg at the tail bone, so symptoms are not always mirrored on both sides of the body. Some people feel a burning or tingling down one or both legs. There might also be weakness, numbness, or difficulty moving a leg or foot. Symptoms might also be as severe as feeling a constant pain on one side of the rear, or…

What Is Cold Sores and How We Can Cure It
Blog / 04/18/2012

What Is Cold Sores and How We Can Cure It   The herpes simplex virus is one of the most common types of disease found in North America, Europe and Australia. This virus is very contagious and appears as a blister on the sensitive parts of human body. Type 1 virus occurs on the body parts above the waistline and type 2 virus occurs on the body parts below the waistline. Blisters are known to occur on the face, nostrils, lips, neck, ear, etc. This visible occurrence of blisters presents an emotional problem to many individuals. These blisters may reoccur at any time before it becomes dormant. Once a person is infected by this virus then there is no permanent cure available on the market. One can only make the virus dormant and hope for the best. A cold sore takes 9-12 days before entering into the remission phase where the virus becomes dormant. These blisters are known to create emotional problems because of its constant reappearance and its visibility. There are cures which make the visible blisters dormant. If you are affected right now it is important that you seek medical advice and get treated. It is very important…

Surgical Cure for Hyperhdrosis
Blog / 04/17/2012

Surgical Cure for Hyperhdrosis   A lot of people suffer from excessive sweating and when nothing seems to be working for them a lot of them consider surgery as an option. But before surgery can really be considered as fool-proof option, the pros and cons of a surgical intervention for hyperhidrosis should be considered. The name of the surgery which is to be considered for this disorder is called ETS. Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy or ETS as it is commonly referred to as is basically a procedure through which the surgeon disrupts the neural messages that are sent to the body so that the body cannot blush. This surgery is common procedure to treat sweaty palms, hyperhidrosis and even headaches. So idea is simple – the body is unable to send neural messages to the brain and hence the body does not try to adapt to the environment and thus does not sweat! The procedure involves either dissecting part of the sympathetic nerve trunk or clamping it so that signals are not sent anymore. The cost of this surgery varies to anything between $4,000 and $20,000 depending upon where and from whom you are getting this done. There are some other…

What is Hidradenitis Suppurativa?
Blog / 04/16/2012

What is Hidradenitis Suppurativa?   Hidradenitis Suppurativa is a non-contagious skin disease that is also known as Acne Inversa. This condition affects areas of the body where there is skin to skin contact and where sweat or oil glands are present; common areas are the underarms, breasts, buttocks, anal region, and groin. It affects between 1 to 4% of the world’s population, and is more likely to occur in females. Symptoms Hidradenitis Suppurativa is characterized by persistent abscesses, cysts (epidermoid, sebaceous, and pilonidal) and infections. The condition is chronic and often goes through alternating periods of remission and flare-ups. During flare-ups, the inflammation tends to be severe and patients may develop fever and be very fatigued. The pain can be unbearable and the person’s movements will be very limited. The abscesses often drain pus and leave open wounds that may not heal. Eventually, abscesses may become interconnected through tunnels under skin and this makes the condition harder to treat. Causes Its immediate cause is clogging of the apocrine glands, due to dead skin cells become trapped in the gland, over production of oil, or bacterial accumulation. This will cause the plug to swell with pus formation. What causes this simple…

Do I Have Nasal Polyps?
Blog / 04/16/2012

Do I Have Nasal Polyps?   Do you suffer from recurrent colds and flu? If yes, you may have nasal polyps. Nasal Polyps, also known as Sinus Polyps, are non-cancerous growths in the nose or in the sinuses (the canal behind your cheekbone). The cause symptoms similar to those of cold and flu; however, the symptoms caused by nasal polyps will never get better. You may therefore have a persistently blocked or stuffy nose, and you may experience mucus running down the back of your throat. In addition, large polyps interfere with breathing and this can cause chronic headaches due to lack of oxygen. You may also find yourself yawning a lot, and experience daytime fatigue, even after a proper night’s sleep. You will notice that you don’t smell or taste as good as you used to. Nasal polyps in the nasal passage can be visible to others and be very embarrassing, especially if you get asked what’s wrong in your nose! They have a teardrop shape, and may be pink, yellowish or grey in color. They are soft to touch and have a jelly-like texture. Polyps can occur singly, or more often in clusters, a condition called polyposis. Often…

How to Obtain Vision Correction without Wearing Glasses
Blog / 04/14/2012

How to Obtain Vision Correction without Wearing Glasses   Orthodox ophthalmology has lead all of those who have vision problems to believe that the only way to obtain vision correction is by wearing glasses or contact lenses. However this is simply not the case. Research has shown that glasses can in fact worsen your eyesight rather than improve it! In fact an effective and safe way of correcting your vision without glasses is to undertake eye exercises such as the Bates Eye Exercise Method. William Horatio Bates was a respected ophthalmologist who after years of research began to question the teachings and opinions of orthodox ophthalmology and dared to say that there was another way to improve your vision other than by wearing glasses. Thousands of testimonials by those who have followed the Bates exercise methods have shown that in fact these exercises are beneficial for a number of eye conditions such as Myopia, Presbyopia, Cataracts and Glaucoma. Bates showed that eyesight often deteriorates due to eye strain and that the key to improving vision and achieving vision correction is to actually relax your eyes. He devised a series of exercises which involved exercises such as palming the eyes in…