Health Blog - Part 5

Health Blog - Part 5

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Monday, December 13th, 2010 Leave your comment

When the weather turns cool there seem to be more incidents of sinus problems. Blocked sinuses can be a pain to deal with, especially if you are a busy person. Before you drive to the nearest pharmacy, the answer to your situation may be in your kitchen.

We as a society have lost touch with the “old ways” of healing. Before there was modern medicine there were its precursors: herbs, plants and other medicinal tools. Many of them you have in your home right now.

You are not sure? Well here are some treatment options you can use at home to unblock those sinuses;Read the rest of this entry

In winter we look for fare that will stick to the ribs and keep us full throughout the day. Instead of reaching for processed or fast food items, take a look at the winter garden. There are tons of good items there that will not only satisfy your tummy but keep you healthy as well.

Vegetables are a healthy source of carbohydrates and vitamins and minerals. During the winter, you can get crafty with these vegetables in foods like soups and chowders. But before you do that you need to know which vegetables you are going to be working with.

Cruciferous vegetables are indeed winter veggies. You can enjoy an abundance of broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and cabbage. All of the crunch helps you to chew more and eat less. They also make good substitutes in certain recipes.Read the rest of this entry

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010 Leave your comment

The skin is the largest organ in the body. Usually when there is a problem elsewhere in the body it shows up in on the skin. This winter, help your entire family to maintain a radiant outer covering.

One of the biggest threats to skin is dryness. This is more of a problem in the winter (when the air is dryer and colder) than at other times of the year. Because there is not much sun, we don’t think about our skin. But, by the time that you notice the signs of dryness, it has often been going on for some time.

Most of us don’t think about our skin until it comes time to show it. In the winter, most of the skin is covered up (or at least it should be). But, this is when we need to be paying more attention to it so that when we reveal our covered areas, we show off a moisturized outer layer.Read the rest of this entry

Winter and exercise can be difficult to combine. In the summer you were so glad to be outdoors but in the winter, not so much. Here are a few tips for helping you beat that winter fitness slump.

When the weather gets cold, we want to be like bears and hibernate. Unfortunately, if we sleep for 3 months there will be a major problem. So, instead of sleeping the winter away, how about we continue to get moving?

It can be hard to motivate yourself to exercise when all you want to do is cozy up, but you can do it. Exercise is just as important to the body in the winter months. In fact, because the body tends to lose heat in the winter, working out reaps that much more of a benefit to you. Your body has to work harder to stay warm, burning up more calories.Read the rest of this entry

How to Beat the Winter Blues

Thursday, November 18th, 2010 Leave your comment

As the weather changes from warm and inviting to cold and distant, some people are affected by bouts of sadness, typically referred to as seasonal affective disorder. If you or someone you know seems to have the blues when the weather changes, here are some ways that you can work to overcome it.

Sometimes seasonal affective disorder is equated with depression but they are two very different things. For one, seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, occurs at certain times of the year, normally when there is limited amounts of sunlight. Sunlight assists in increasing the levels of serotonin in the brain. It is a neurotransmitter that affects mood. When levels drop, it can result in changes in your behavior and feelings.

The blues can jump the gap and enter into the realm of depression. If your family have a history of depression, you are more at risk to bridge that gap. Also, not addressing the reason for the blues or if it lasts longer than the season, that could reflect some sort of further chemical imbalance in the brain at work.Read the rest of this entry

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Get rid of stuffed or running nose without drugs - Parapsychology articles and blogWhat do you do when sinus medicine does not work?Sinus Problems? Just Flush ‘em!Yeast Infection ( blank ) Would it be Becoming Induced By Your Sinus Infection?Herbal Remedies For Sinus InfectionHome Remedies and Symptoms for BronchitisCool mist or warm mist humidifiers, which do you choose?Beeswax Benefits – Beat Nagging Allergies and Sinus ProblemsSinusitis CureOhio PC Tech

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