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Women and men are treated very differently by the allopathic, conventional medicine system when it comes to diagnosing and treating pain, as this recent piece by Laurie Edwards so brilliantly conveys in the New York Times (dot com, online version, links included and encouraged to go read at the source for all the fun images, etc.). read more »
I had headaches/migraines as a child that continued into my adult life. I finally got rid of them at the same time as I got rid of my back pain over a decade ago. At the time that I got rid of my pain, I had had a contracting business with a few employees. I enjoyed my work, but most mornings woke up with a headache and some back pain. read more »
Questionnaire to Identify if TMJ Dysfunction is Contributing to Health Problems:
For YOU, the Patient/Consumer AND for Providers to Use with Consumers/Patients/Clients
Make a mark next to, highlight, or if you did not print this, make a list of which of the following apply:
PAIN SYMPTOMS read more »
As women who are enjoying the body's natural state of wellness approach midlife, the body produces less estrogen, progesterone, thyroid, and other vital hormones, leaving her with a wide variety of complaints: hot flashes, mood swings, low sex drive, depression, decreased memory, poor sleep, dry skin, and vaginal dryness.
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How common is fibromyalgia (FM)? read more »
How common is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / CFS? read more »
The Insomniac's 3 a.m. Yoga Routine, which has a great deal about breathing and mind/body connection, is a topic that I really like from Oprah.com. The link is: www.oprah.com/health/Yoga-for-Insomnia-Yoga-to-Help-You-Sleep. I have forgotten the exact time that Oprah said she woke up every night, back when she had her network television show, it was 3:something. read more »
Operation Warrior Wellness.org is GRATE for Veterans and All with Trauma in Past, Present AND FUTURE!
I was pleased to see on CNN this morning, that it is mediTation instead of mediCation -- or in addition to but with the potential to do medication changes -- for our veterans now, thanks to the David Lynch Foundation's program titled "Operation Warrior Wellness". read more »
Source: “You’re Not Sick You’re Thirsty” by F Batmanghelidj M.D. – p 32-35 read more »
Lewy Body Dementia is the second most common form of dementia in people in the US, next to Alzheimer's, yet is frequently undiagnosed, misdiagnosed ... 'missed'. There are medications which are commonly given to people for some of the symptoms which are helpful for other conditions, which wreak havoc if a person has LBD, so it's VERY important people are aware of LBD. read more »