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How Effective Are Essential Oils For Cold Sores?

Cold sores, often referred to as fever blisters, are caused by the herpes simplex virus. They are painful and itchy. What is more, they tend to form an unsightly sore on your lip that many people find embarrassing. In most cases, treatment includes antivirals and anti-inflammatories, but a natural approach also works. This natural approach […]
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A Guide To Supplementing With Siberian Ginseng

Eating a healthy diet that’s rich in all the nutrients your body needs is the best way to be healthy and happy. But sometimes it isn’t enough, and you need a little extra help. Taking supplements like Siberian ginseng can help address underlying problems that are impacting your health and your quality of life. And […]
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What You Need to Know About How to Use Saliva Testing

Your body’s NeuroEndoMetabolic (NEM) Stress Response is your first line of defense when presented with any physical or psychological stress. Starting with the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) axis, it gives rise to a series of actions that ready your body to deal with any given situation perceived as stress. The good news is that saliva testing may […]
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Chronic Fatigue Symptoms: What To Look For

Chronic fatigue symptoms come in a wide range. The primary symptom of chronic fatigue syndrome is unexplainable fatigue that continues for six months and doesn't improve with rest. These symptoms indicate the presence of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), also called myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). This collection of symptoms is also sometimes called systemic exertional intolerance disease […]
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How to Stop Being Negative and Take Back Your Life

Thinking negatively is natural. The world can be a scary place, and our bodies are designed to focus on what is most like to be dangerous to us - the worst. While some people naturally tend to think positively, but this is often a deliberately cultivated trait. However, constant negativity can keep your body in […]
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Tips On How To Increase Pregnenolone Naturally

Your adrenal glands produce both pregnenolone and cortisol. Pregnenolone is a precursor hormone to different hormones in your body like progesterone, testosterone, estrogen, and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). But sometimes your pregnenolone levels become low. This could happen because of various reasons. Menopause is one reason. Another is adrenal fatigue and the adrenal's inability to convert cholesterol […]
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How To Deal With Stress At School And Live A Better Life

Are you a high school student or a parent of an elementary or middle schooler and looking for management of school stress? It is not surprising to know that stress at school can occur in all age groups. Stress at school has a highly deleterious effect on the health of students. It also affects the […]
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How To Overcome Caregiver Stress Syndrome

Are you taking care of an elderly, sick, or disabled person, especially full-time? Particularly when it is a family member you are caring for full time, caregiving can become an all-consuming task.  And it can put you at risk for caregiver stress syndrome. Caregiver stress syndrome can creep up on you slowly. It can start […]
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Does Stress Increase Pain Itself or the Perception of Pain?

In the stress-filled society of today, more and more people suffer from the effects of this chronic stress on their bodies. The incidence of autoimmune conditions continues to increase, more people consult their healthcare professionals for help dealing with stress. Almost 10 years ago, the estimated annual cost of the impact of chronic pain was […]
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The Close Correlation Between Stress And Inflammation

Stress, which causes a rise in your cortisol levels, is one of the main causes of adrenal fatigue. This condition may cause a set of diverse symptoms that often seem diverse, having nothing to do with stress or overworked adrenal glands. But the impact of stress goes much further, as research shows a marked association […]
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