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Abdominal pain, unexplained exhaustion, weakness, nausea, diarrhea, loss of appetite, and red spidery skin from visible blood vessels are warning signs of liver disease. Hepatitis B or C, excessive alcoholism, or certain diseases (Wilson's) can impact liver function. A complete blood count, CT scan, ulstrasound, liver function test, or even a liver biopsy can help diagnose and treat it early.
Lower body pain (legs, hips, lower back), characteristic of peripheral arterial disease, can be mistaken for diseases like arthritis. Watch out for weakness in legs, intermittent claudication (cramps after walking or climbing stairs), slow-healing sores on your toes or feet, nocturnal leg pain, temperature differences in feet, poor growth of nails and leg hair, and weak pulse in legs.
Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is an essential vitamin involved in the metabolism of every cell of the body. It has special function...
Magnesium deficiency is a widespread problem. Low magnesium is often over looked, especially by doctors who rarely consider the role of nutrition and vitamins. Are...
As you age, you become wiser and make better decisions based on your experiences. You start to listen to your inner voice, start knowing and doing the things you love and value the power of silence and gratitude. You accept that nothing stays forever and start living in the present moment. As you lose people around you, you treasure life and look at it as a blessing.
When you start something new, remember that success is not an overnight occurrence. It requires constant practice. Understand that you’re going to fail a lot. Don't be afraid to ask for help as it is not a sign of weakness. Finally, you really can’t have a timeline for your success. Success comes when it has to come. So patience and perseverance are the key.
TCM believes that our body’s strongest defense is from free flowing Qi (energy) within and among five important organs: heart, liver, spleen, lung and kidney. To prevent a "pro cancer body" try Chinese food therapy: lung energy deficiency - spring rice and wild yam; spleen organ weakness - dry ginger and tangerine peel; Liver organ imbalance - mushroom date soup.
Aloe vera has been used since time immemorial to treat skin infections and boost immunity. It is also known to lower cholesterol, speed up the healing process of wounds, and reduce stress. It might even boost memory, treat neurodegenerative disorders, and lower blood sugar levels. However, studies have found that prolonged use could lead to diarrhea, dehydration, kidney diseases, or liver failure.
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