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Oxygen Treatments

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For Cancer: OXYGEN THERAPY Oxygen can help provide far less fuel for cancer cells than glucose (only 2 energy molecules instead of 36 with sugar).Thus, filling your body with more oxygen is both a smart and effective method in warding off cancer. FORMS OF OXYGEN THERAPY There are a couple of them that you may want to consider. First, there’s hyperbaric oxygen, which is a mechanism that helps increase the pressure of oxygen forcing more into the blood and tissues. This method is seldom utiolized in the treatment of cancer. Second is oxygen flooding, or increasing oxygenation through the use of peroxide and ozone. The two substances are then super-charged with oxygen and deliver a high-impact yield. Finding an alternative practitioner to perform oxygen flooding is the key for it to be successful. Though neither peroxide nor ozone is as dangerous as chemotherapy, they can still be harmful if they’re used incorrectly. They’re delivered through an intravenous line or by removing your blood, oxygenating it, and returning it to your body. The latter method is much safer – in my opinion, anyway. Other routes of administration may sound weird (as well as scary) but are valid and effective. Rectal insufflation is when ozone and peroxide are given rectally. One of the best benefits of this method that it helps prevent the coughing reflex that sometimes takes place when patients receive ozone intravenously. This method can also be used vaginally. The most important thing is to get high doses of oxygen into the body where it can cause cancer cells to wither and eventually...

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Natural Therapies – 3 Therapies and Lifestyle Changes for Headache Problems

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Natural Therapies – 3 Therapies and Lifestyle Changes for Headache Problems

Life can get incredibly busy and stressful, and the “common” headache is sometimes overlooked or masked with a painkiller such as aspirin (which, especially when overused, can sometimes cause more serious health problems). The truth is, a headache is a good sign that your body is lacking something. It could be that you need to take a breather, drink water, or change the way you eat. Or you may have a nutrient deficiency or a food sensitivity that’s causing a build-up of tension. You can see that headaches can be triggered by several factors, including stress, fatigue, allergies, alcohol, or drugs. In the same way, there are several lifestyle changes and natural therapies you can use to make the ache go away. Without delaying it any further, here are some of the remedies and lifestyle changes you can try out: Magnesium Magnesium is one of the most successful headache remedies. First, it’s much safer than taking painkillers. Second, people who suffer from serious headaches such as migraines often have low levels of magnesium. In fact, a number of studies suggest that magnesium may help lower the frequency of migraine attacks in people with low levels of this nutrient. Going on a Gluten-Free Diet When people who have a sensitivity to gluten eat foods containing it, that can lead to a headache. According to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, patients who have undiagnosed celiac disease and migraine headaches often see either complete resolution of migraine headaches, or a significant reduction in the frequency and strength of symptoms after ridding their diet of gluten. You may not have celiac disease, but a gluten sensitivity that gives you a headache. If this would be the case, you don’t have to ditch the gluten completely – instead, try to cut back on your daily intake. Staying Hydrated The dehydrating effects of coffee, sugary drinks and also alcohol can certainly leave you with an intense headache. Most people simply aren’t consuming enough water, which in itself can help relieve the pain brought about by headaches. This simple (and also free) remedy will help keep you feeling full, energized and headache-free. You also have the option to quench your thirst and stay hydrated with fruits and vegetables – some even have a water content that’s over 90%. Furthermore, you may add the following fruits and veggies to your diet in order for you to stay hydrated throughout the entire day: Cucumbers Celery Radishes Green Peppers Cabbage Zucchini Cauliflower Eggplant Spinach Watermelons Strawberries Grapefruit Studies done by the experts concluded that water that leads to a headache does exist. Studies have noted that while water deprivation is common and recognized by most people, it’s not described in medical literature. The research indicates that headaches from a lack of water include impaired concentration as well as irritability. So, there you have it. These are just some of the natural homeopathy remedies you can try out when it comes to a headache. However, when you’re dealing with a severe headache that won’t go away, it’s best to visit your doctor right...

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Tai Chi

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For Huntington’s Disease: Tai chi is a system of movements and positions believed to have developed in the 12th century of China. Tai chi techniques aim to address the body and mind as an interconnected system and are traditionally believed to have both mental and physical health benefits, improving posture, balance, flexibility and strength. Community-based fitness programs, which include tai chi classes, may help improve balance in patients with Parkinson’s disease and may motivate individuals to participate in routine exercises. Additional research is warranted in this area. Avoid the use of such if you have severe osteoporosis or joint problems, acute back pain, sprains or fractures. Avoid during active infections, right after a meal, or when you’re very tired. Some believe that visualization of energy flow below the waist during menstruation may help increase menstrual bleeding. Straining downwards or holding low postures should be avoided during pregrancy, and by people with inguinal hernias. Some tai chi practitioners believe that practicing for too long or using too much intention may direct the flow of chi (qi) inappropriately, possibly resulting in either physical or emotional illness. Tai chi should never be used as a replacement for more proven therapies for potentially serious conditions. Advancing too quickly while studying tai chi may also increase the risk of...

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Selenium

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For Huntington’s Disease: Studies have consistently shown that antioxidants may not have clinical benefits in motor neuron diseases, such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Although the research thus far doesn’t discourage the use of selenium supplementation in patients, more research is needed to help determine if selenium is an effective treatment for central nervous system disorders. Avoid this if you’re allergic to products that has selenium. Avoid if you have a history of non-melanoma skin cancer. Generally, selenium is regarded as safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women. However, animal research reports that large doses of selenium may lead to birth...

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Safflower

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For Huntington’s Disease: In clinical research, safflower help decrease deterioration caused by Friedreich’s ataxia. More high-quality studies with larger sample sizes are needed to establish safflower’s effect on neurological conditions. Avoid this if you’re allergic or hypersensitive to safflower, marigold, chrysanthemum or any other related constituents. Be cautious in using parental safflower oil emulsions for newborns. Use cautiously if taking anticoagulants (blood thinners) and anti-platelet drugs, immunodepressants or pentobarbital. Use cautiously with diabetes, low blood pressure, liver problems, bleeding disorders or skin pigmentation conditions. Use cautiously if you’re pregnant or...

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Reiki

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For Huntington’s Disease: Reiki is known as a system of laying on the hands that originated as a Buddhist practice approximately 2,500 years ago. Human studies suggest that reiki may have an effect on autonomic nervous system functions such as heart rate, blood pressure, or breathing activity, which is important in neurological disorders that may damage autonomic function, including neurological conditions. Large, well-designed studies are needed before conclusions can be drawn. Reiki is not recommended as the sole treatment approach for potentially serious medical conditions and shouldn’t delay the time it takes to consult with a healthcare professional or receive established therapies. Use cautiously with psychiatric...

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L-Carnitine

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For Huntington’s Disease: Although this is used traditionally for the support of neurological conditions, one poorly designed preliminary clinical study reported that L-acetyle-carnitine possesses neither efficacy nor toxicity for patients with Huntington disease. Further trials are needed to help determine the effectivity of L-carnatine in people with neurological disorders. Early research on the use of L-carnatine for Rett’s syndrome has produced promising results. However, additional research is needed before a firm conclusion can be made. Avoid this if you have a known allergy or hypersensitivity to carnitine. Use cautiously with peripheral vascular disease, high blood pressure, alcohol-induced liver cirrhosis, or diabetes. Use cautiously in low birth weight infants and people on hemodialysis. Use cautiously if you’re taking anticoagulants (blood thinners), beta-blockers, or calcium channel blockers. Avoid using it if you’re pregnant or if you’re...

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Acupressure

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For Huntington’s Disease: Acupressure and shiatsu are practices that involve applying finger pressure to certain acupoints (energy points) all over the body, usually along body meridians (energy lines). They can incorporate palm pressure, stretching, massaging and other manual methods. Shiatsu practitioners usally treat muscoloskeletal and psychological conditions, including neck/shoulder and lower back pain problems, arthritis, depression, and also anxiety. Acupressure may also benefit a couple of measures of severity in Parkinson’s disease. Preliminary clinical evidence from one small study with individuals with facial spasms reported improvement when using shiatsu or acupressure. Further study is needed, however, before a conclusion can be made. Acupressure appears to be safe when it’s self-administered or administered by a professional therapist. Serious, long-term complications have not been reported, according to the available scientific data. Hand nerve injury and herpes zoster (“shingles”) cases have been reported after shiatsu massage. Forceful acupressure may also cause...

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Systemic Proteolytic Enzymes

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For Herniated Disc: There are a total of 5 conditions that can be addressed with the help of systemic proteolytic enzymes. If you’re still wondering why a small substance can support these following conditions, do remember this: they all have one single thing in common — excess fibrin, which causes a decrease in blood flow. One of these conditions include herniated disc.

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Wogonin

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For Hepatitis B and C: Wogonin is a known monoflavonoid compound inside the skullcap root. It has very effective effects on both hepatitis B and C. It’s also a good treatment for fatty liver diseases. The anti-HBV activity of wogonin demonstrates its ability to help suppress hepatitis B surface antigen secretion in cell culture. Furthermore, wogonin has also been shown to be effective in treating hepatocellular carcinoma...

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