White coat hypertension is the term used for when some individuals show high blood pressure readings in the Doctors surgery but their blood pressure returns to normal at home. The issue is that their Doctor may have diagnosed them incorrectly as hypertensive and possibly prescribed an anti-hypertensive medicine. The research was conducted at Barcelona University…

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blocked arteries

What happens if you take Chelation therapy and your chest pain disappears, you are able to walk up a mountain and you feel wonderful, as far as you’re concerned, you’re cured (NOT) So what will happens if you do nothing after Chelation therapy? Well, surely and slowly the disease process will return. Understand that Chelation…

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heavy metal poisoning and chelation therapy

Mercury is a poisonous neurotoxin commonly found in everyday sources from drinking water to bleached flour and cosmetics. Behind lead, mercury is the second most common metal toxin and both can pose great physical and mental health problems. Learning problems, developmental delays and behavioral problems are linked to lead, mercury and other heavy metal exposure.…

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When contemplating becoming more physically active, don’t psyche yourself out by assuming you need to be training for a marathon in order for the effort to be worthwhile. This mind set will no doubt leave you thinking, “I can’t do it, It’s too hard, so what’s the use?” Instead think, “Something is better than nothing…

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Diabetic neuropathy is a common complication of diabetes, which may cause temporary or permanent damage to nerve tissue. Nerve injuries are caused by decreased blood flow and high sugar levels in the blood. This damage makes it hard for the nerves to carry messages to the brain and other parts of the body. It can…

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