Posts Tagged ‘depression’

Causes of Memory Loss

March 21st, 2010

How To Reverse Memory Loss Toxic Chemicals, Alcohol, Marijuana, Microwaves, Toxic Dentures, And Some Medications Can Cause Candida Candida Can Cause Memory Loss:  Too often people say that the cause of memory loss is a genetic thing, especially when it is related to Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia.  But while we accept that some people have a propensity for afflictions of the brain, and memory loss, as with cancer and other degenerative diseases, much can be done, in my experience, to avoid or avert these conditions in most people, even when there is a genetic weakness. Candida Infection A weakened immune system ...

Complete List of Gluten Free Foods for People with Wheat Sensitivity

March 10th, 2010

This is a complete list of gluten free foods for people with wheat sensitivity. Thanks to Lok for this awesome pic of gluten-free stuffed peppers with rice. If you have problems with your digestion, with  diarrhea or constipation or both these conditions,  then you could be sensitive to the gluten found in wheat, rye flour and barley. Note: Do see a health practitioner if you have these problems, in case there is some other disease present. You might have been diagnosed with coeliac disease:  Both the coeliac condition and allergy or sensitivity to gluten respond well to wheat products, barley and rye all being eliminated from the ...

What Happens When Your Vitamin D Levels are Low

February 2nd, 2010

Dramatic Photo By Lachlan So - What happens when your vitamin D levels are low? Vitamin D Deficiency can result in diarrhoea, insomnia, anxiety, nervousness and muscle twitches. If Vitamin D levels are low over a long period of time, then you could risk becoming alcoholic, or drug-dependent, or suffer hypothyroidism or seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Your Vitamin D can come from the sun's rays, or from the food you eat. Supplements may be necessary in some cases. Too Much Vitamin D Is Harmful. Be aware that too much Vitamin D can result in the same problems as those related to Vitamin D deficiency. You won't get too much ...

Risk of Using Rat Poison

December 16th, 2009

Read merrilyn's  'Organic Rat Poison' for a homemade rat poison idea.  This post gives some organic solutions to  the problem of rats and mice. About a week ago I saw a commercial pest eradication van leaving our hotel grounds in Glenfield. I hadn't seen the driver at work, so I wasn't sure what he was up to. Was it going to be a fumigation of our rooms, or was he here to lay poison for rats. Either way, I thought it would mean trouble. After a few days I could taste poison  around the hotel. My vision was affected. For days it was blurred and my ...

Giving Up Smoking

November 24th, 2009

Why You Should  Quit Smoking: Of course smoking is very bad for the health. You might get less colds and flu and enjoy a socially more active life while you are a smoker, but giving up smoking will give you benefits to your health which will far outweigh any positives for remaining a smoker. For a start, your life-span will surely be extended. Smoking damages your eyesight. All that smoke drifting up past the delicate eye membranes actually causes damage to the nerves and the lens of the eye. The sinuses and ears are affected, and you lose your sense of ...
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