* Take it with liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra). Certain flavonoids in liquorice extract are called ‘DGL’ (deglycyrrhizinated liquorice). These can help to avoid the usual irritating effect of NSAIDs on the stomach and intestines. According to one...
I have recently been diagnosed as having Parkinson's disease, so I am naturally very interested in anything that may help keep it under control, especially since I resisted all attempts to enlist me for clinical trials of a new drug combination
* Myopia may be linked to an increased intake of refined carbohydrates, according to a study carried out on hunter-gatherer societies and on recently Westernised hunter-gatherer groups (Acta Ophthalmol Scand, 2002; 80: 125-35).
WDDTY vol 14 no 4 arrived a few days ago and, wonderful surprise, some great help about glaucoma drops! I have been taking for two years a prescription eyedrop called Lumigan (bimatoprost 0.03 per cent), and the pressure has stayed down
Preliminary research suggests that the herb Ginkgo biloba can help halt the disorder and repigment the skin. The herb is a powerful antioxidant and immune-system modulator, and it may be these qualities that help it to work.
Getting optimal levels of several nutrients should also be a part of your prevention programme. The most important of these are:
So compelling is the evidence for a nutritional approach to bipolar disorder that it’s a wonder why more physicians and psychiatrists aren’t flocking to learn more. But there’s strong official resistance to the idea that simple nutrients can help.
Along with nutrient imbalances, the Pfeiffer Center has found that an overload of copper and toxic substances also contributes to mental problems such as bipolar disorder. Depressives with high copper levels usually have a history of hyperactivity,
Anyone who has experienced the pain of a migraine knows how debilitating it can be. These vise-like headaches can come without warning and may be accompanied by bright lights, nausea, anxiety, and disturbed thinking. They can last for hours or days...