Approximately 210,000 people in the United States end up in the hospital each year with acute pancreatitis, with another 56,000 ending up in the hospital with chronic pancreatitis. Both are serious conditions that need to be addressed quickly and properly to avoid further complications, including death. Fortunately, there are many natural treatments and steps you can take to help manage your symptoms, boost your pancreatic health and prevent potential problems.
Living with Crohn’s disease can present many challenges that greatly impact your life on a physical and emotional level. From daily pain, cramping and unpredictable symptoms that can disrupt your routine at any given time to increased anxiety and stress due to the random flare-ups, it can be difficult to stick to a routine or do activities that you enjoy. The good news: there are several ways to significantly improve your condition, reduce your symptoms and get back to living the life you deserve.
Hypnotherapy may seem ‘woo-woo’ to some, but it’s a therapeutic practice that has been proven to be effective for managing and treating a vast array of health concerns and conditions. Whether you’re looking to quit smoking, build self-confidence, lose weight or address a health concern, entering this deep trance-like state can be the answer you’ve been looking for.
If you’re struggling with the effects of celiac disease, you can thank your ancestry line for that as this autoimmune disorder is inherited. But just because someone in your family has celiac disease doesn’t mean you will too. Even if you have the gene, you may still be in the clear as only 1% of people with the gene actually develop celiac disease. Unfortunately, if you do happen to have this autoimmune disorder, it’s imperative to start treating it as it can lead to serious complications. The good news: a few simple changes in your diet and lifestyle can make a world of a difference.
Anxiety disorders are becoming more and more common, with approximately 40 million adults experiencing some form of anxiety disorder in the United States. Children and teenagers are also suffering immensely from this debilitating mental illness. The good news: there are many treatments out there and simple changes you can make to significantly improve your mental health and start tackling those dreadful symptoms and get back to living the life you want, without having all of the “what if’s” take over.
Arteriosclerosis is the hardening of your arteries and it affects approximately 50% of people between the ages of 45 and 84. Unfortunately, many of these people have no idea that their heart health is at risk as arteriosclerosis is a condition that often goes undetected until it’s too late and a medical emergency, such as a heart attack or stroke has occurred. But there’s some good news: there are steps you can take to prevent further harm to your arteries and reduce the risks associated with this condition to keep your arteries and heart healthy and strong.
From mouth and ear infections to gastrointestinal and vaginal issues, candida symptoms can wreak havoc on various parts of your body. It’s a fairly common problem that affects millions of people, with approximately 1 in 3 people suffering from it. The good news: a few simple dietary changes for a short period of time can eradicate excess yeast at the source while also restoring your gut flora to prevent candida overgrowth long-term.
No one is exempt from potential aches, pains and injuries. Whether it’s a one-time experience or a chronic condition, we can all relate to getting a few bumps and bruises – and sometimes worse. The good news: you don’t always have to empty your savings account to see a physician therapist or undergo another form of therapy. Heat and cold therapy is an affordable and effective solution that can reduce and even prevent inflammation, alleviate pain and promote healing and you can do it right from the comfort of your own home.
Breathing exercises are a simple yet powerful way to improve your physical and mental health. From stress and anxiety relief to lower blood pressure, increased energy levels, improved heart and lung health and so much more, taking a few conscious breaths each day can have a significant impact on your overall health and wellness.