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Holistic Approach to Depression Treatment

Posted September 15, 2013

Depression is a state when a person tends to feel low and sad. This state of mind might make an individual feel anxious, worried, helpless, guilty, hurt or even restless. A depressed person might lose interest in regular daily activities and in some severe cases; he/she might lose appetite and have problems in making decisions and remembering certain details etc. Depression may not necessarily be a psychiatric disorder but may even be a reaction of a person to an event or an occurrence in life.

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Advantages of Holistic Approach

Posted August 5, 2013

Holistic approach is one in which an overall improvement in the physical, psychological and spiritual issues is aimed at. This approach to overall well-being has many advantages as it is more realistic in providing complete cure to the people suffering with different kinds of ailments. The process of holistic approach brings down the negative aspects of a person and enhances the feelings of positivity to get benefited form any form of treatment for the health ailment.

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Natural and Effective – Holistic Remedies for Headaches

Posted September 10, 2012

There are many types of headaches – tension headaches, cluster headaches and migraine headaches. We look briefly at holistic remedies for headaches that can work depending upon the sort of headache you have. Best of all these are natural remedies that have no harmful side effects.

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Stay Healthy This Summer: 5 Top Remedies for Warm-Weather Colds and Ailments

Posted August 23, 2012

Natural remedy expert Dr Andrew Weil shares which holistic treatments and non-prescription medications will set you back on a healthy track.

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B Vitamins Dramatically Lower Risk of Alzheimers Disease

Posted April 30, 2012

Alzheimers disease cases are growing at an unprecedented rate with new cases expected to double by the year 2030. A news release from Alzheimers Disease International considers this the single most significant health and social crisis of the 21st century. There is much confusion about the factors that lead to Alzheimers and what can be done to prevent and reduce the risk of developing this insidious affliction.

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B vitamins reduce homocysteine and help improve memory

Posted April 30, 2012

Most people know that ginkgo, vinpocetine, Eleuthero and Acetyl L-carnitine support memory function but they don’t usually consider the B vitamins brain food like I do. The best Bs to support memory are vitamin B6, B9 (folate), B2 (riboflavin) and B12. The reason these serve your memory is because they reduce homocysteine, an amino acid that you create as you break down protein.

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Polymorphisms and the Homocysteine Lowering Efficacy of Different Doses of Folic Acid in Hypertensive Chinese Adults

Posted April 30, 2012

This study aimed to investigate if the homocysteine-lowering efficacy of two commonly used physiological doses (0.4mg/d and 0.8mg/d) of folic acid (FA) can be modified by individual methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) C677T and/or methionine synthase (MTR) A2756G polymorphisms in hypertensive Chinese adults.

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Step to the beet

Posted April 30, 2012

Many medical experts now believe that elevated levels of homocysteine–not high cholesterol–are the main cause of cardiovascular disease in Western society. Some say it’s good to eat beets because they contain betaine, an important source of a molecule that accelerates the detoxification of homocysteine and transforms it into cysteine, a safe amino acid.

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