Wednesday, 10 September 2014

More natural new cures

I would love to hear from you if you know of any new natural cures. It is vital that we share this information with as many people as possible, so that people with long term illness have the opportunity to choose what treatment they have. So if you know of anything new please share it with us.

Thank you very much.

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Let your heart tell you.

Friday, 29 August 2014

What to do after taking anti-biotics

Saturday, 16 August 2014

Want to live to 100, follow these 7 lifestyle changes.

The Daily Mail has reported that if you follow the following seven steps you could live to 100.

1. GET ACTIVE: Inactivity can shave almost four years off a person's expected lifespan. People who are physically inactive are twice as likely to be at risk for heart disease or stroke.
2. KNOW AND CONTROL CHOLESTEROL LEVELS: High blood cholesterol can lead to the build up of fatty deposits in your arteries - increasing your risk for heart disease and stroke.
3. FOLLOW A HEALTHY DIET: Eating a healthy diet including plenty of fruit and vegetables is one of the most important things you can do to improve your health.
4. KNOW AND CONTROL BLOOD PRESSURE: High blood pressure is often called a 'silent killer' because it has no warning signs or symptoms. By knowing and controlling your blood pressure, you can cut your risk of stroke by up to 40 per cent and the risk of heart attack by up to 25 per cent.
5. ACHIEVE AND MAINTAIN A HEALTHY WEIGHT: Almost two thirds of Britons are either overweight or obese − major risk factors for heart disease and stroke. Being obese can reduce your life span by almost four years.
6. MANAGE DIABETES: Diabetes increases the risk of high blood pressure, atherosclerosis (narrowing of the arteries), coronary artery disease, and stroke, particularly if your blood sugar levels are poorly controlled.
7. BE TOBACCO FREE: Half of all long-term smokers die early from smoking-related diseases, including heart disease, lung cancer and chronic bronchitis. As soon as you become smoke-free, your risk of heart disease and stroke begins to decrease. After 15 years, your risk will be nearly that of a non-smoker. 


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2051814/Want-live-100-How-seven-simple-lifestyle-steps-help--free-disease.html#ixzz3AYEHudF9
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Sunday, 10 August 2014

Natural remedy for toothache

I have been suffering from toothache and I have found two natural remedies for the condition.

Tilt Head Backwards

Tilting your head backwards causes the pressure to decrease in the facial area, which, in turn, reduces pressure on the painful tooth. Aggravating pain can be put down for a while with this method. This can prove to be a very helpful remedy if one does not have anything at hand.

Pressure point

The web and surrounding area of your right hand (between thumb and index finger) is the pressure point that controls and sends sensations towards teeth. Rubbing the web and surrounding area can help alleviate the toothache to a substantial degree. Rubbing the pressure point triggers the body to send natural pain relievers towards the affected area, which, in turn, results in relieving the pain.

Natural healing

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Bitter kola