Medical researchers have developed new techniques to help heal your body naturally.
Thermal therapy can assist to speed the natural healing process in cellular tissues and damaged areas of muscle, safely relieve joint soreness to help reduce your need for drugs!
Do your fingers and toes feel numb and cold whenever it's cold outside? Do you suffer with Raynaud's?
While it can affect the quality of your life, for most people, Raynaud's disease isn't disabling. Generally, the treatment you choose to help control your Raynaud's symptoms will depend upon the severity of the attacks and if you suffer with any other health conditions.
As consumers, we are becoming increasingly concerned about the risks that many everyday household chemicals could be causing to our family and loved ones.
In fact, you've probably noticed there is more and more worrying news being reported nearly every day about the dangers caused to our health by toxic chemicals, such asbisphenol A (BPA).
And, central to our concern is that, of an estimated 50,000 chemicals in use today, very few have ever been tested for endocrine effects. Even of the 800 or more chemicals suspected to be endocrine disruptors, only a tiny proportion of these have been tested.
Alternative medicine, those therapies that aren't typically used in conventional medicine, are generally thought of as being used as an alternative to conventional medicine.
The good news is that, increasingly, studies show that use of alternative therapies, such as wearing a low-level heat wrap may significantly reduce acute joint pain and related discomfort, while helping to improve the occupational performance of employees in physically demanding jobs.
Further, Paracetamol may be no better than a placebo at speeding recovery from acute episodes of joint pain or improving pain levels, function, sleep, or quality of life, according to recent trials from the US.
Is There Research About The Risks Of Taking Glucosamine?
Following their research, the Mayo Clinic advises the following information about taking glucosamine supplements: “Allergic reactions, such as worsened asthma and swelling under the skin, have been reported with glucosamine use.
Avoid in people with asthma.
Drowsiness or sedation may occur. Glucosamine may also cause insomnia. Use caution if driving or operating heavy machinery."