Nasal congestion

Nasal congestion

Nasal congestion or “stuffy nose” occurs when nasal and adjacent tissues and blood vessels become swollen with excess fluid, causing a “stuffy” feeling. Nasal congestion may or may not be accompanied by a nasal discharge or “runny nose.” Nasal congestion usually is just an annoyance for older children and adults. But nasal congestion can be…

Head ache

How to Get Rid of a Headache Fast

Headaches are a very common problem. People of all ages get headaches from time to time. They can cause unbearable pain along with nausea and, at times, vomiting. Common causes of headaches include stress, tension, restlessness, sinus problems, migraines, lack of sleep and dehydration. Many people reach for over-the-counter medicines to get rid of their…

Erectile dysfunction

How to Cure Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse at least 25 percent of the time, according to the Mayo Clinic. ED becomes more common as men age but is not actually a normal function of aging. ED has several causes, some physical and some psychological, and often,…

Diaper Rash

How to Prevent Diaper Rash

Prevent Diaper Rash Step-by-Step To prevent diaper rash, you should know what causes it. Diaper rash appears most often when babies are not kept clean and dry, have ill-fitting diapers that rub the skin, are sensitive or allergic to the brand of baby wipes you use, start to eat solid foods, or have diarrhea. Keep…

Menopause and depression

Menopause and Depression

Depression is a common yet potentially serious symptom of menopause. It entails more than the occasional bout of sadness and, if not treated, can lead to more severe mental disorders and a lessened quality of life. Women are especially susceptible to depression and when approaching menopause are even more so. Women ages 45 to 55…

Digestion, Autism & ADHD

Digestion, Autism & ADHD

“SURVEYS PUBLISHED IN THE GASTROENTEROLOGY LITERATURE HAVE STATED THAT GASTROINTESTINAL PROBLEMS, SUCH AS CHRONIC CONSTIPATION OR DIARRHEA, OCCUR IN 46% TO 85% OF CHILDREN WITH ASDS.”  Journal of Pediatrics – Scott M. Myers, MD The digestive tract is the heart of the innate immune system.  The innate immune system is a barrier defence against microbes. …