Healthy Way Issue 50
Luckily, nowadays, age is just a number. Everyone wants to be fit and healthy and no one wants to grow old. So it is important to seek help early so that health issues can be detected in good time.
“You have to eat anyway, so you might as well eat things that are good for your health in general and your prostate in particular.”
Ever felt that the extra inch you can feel testing the seams of your best suit is truly unfair? Sometimes the extra weight or expanded silhouette is due to fluid retention. Or in other words, water that your body is storing instead of letting go. Find out why?.
It is common to find mobility of the neck and shoulders to be less than ideal. This increasing stiffness may be due to age or a sedentary lifestyle, perhaps hunched, in front of the computer screen. Arnica can help.
With tinnitus your auditory system creates sounds such as ringing, buzzing or swooshing in your ears that are not actually there. In other words you hear noises that are not audible to anyone else. Tinnitus may occur in either or both ears, and may come and go at varying levels.
Raynaud’s affects more women than men, and causes the blood supply to the hands and feet (and sometimes other areas such as the nose) to be interrupted, causing those areas to turn white then blue as oxygen runs out, then red as the blood supply resumes.
Echinacea preparations are widely used herbal medicines for the prevention and treatment of common colds and infections of the respiratory and lower urinary tract
Do you sometimes feel listless? Are you often tired, forgetful or lacking in concentration? Particularly if you’re a premenopausal woman the risk of iron deficiency anaemia is between 5% to 12%; therefore it makes sense to look at identifying and easing this situation.
This lost paradise is the Hunza—a beautiful valley high up on the Silk Route amidst the mountains of north-east Pakistan where the great Karakorums meet the Hindu Kush and the Himalayas.
With their large size, furry, colourful bodies and slow, buzzing, slightly clumsy flight, bumblebees are among the most endearing and welcome of insect visitors to the garden
Alison Cullen answers readers' questions.