These days, a growing number of people who suffer from chronic pain are seeking out a holistic approach to managing their discomfort. There are a lot of holistic pain relief methods without relying on non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, narcotics, tranquilizers, or anti-depressants.
Feels Like Rubberband Around Toes
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These days we hear a lot about a new term bio-identical hormone replacement therapy BHRT which is somewhat similar to conventional hormone replacement therapy (HRT), but with fewer unwanted risks. People are a bit confused about these two hormone treatments and make no major difference between these two hormone treatments. Both are used as a [...]
Americans fear Alzheimer’s disease more than any illness other than cancer-and for older people, concerns about Alzheimer’s outrank even cancer. More than a third of all Americans know a family member or friend who has Alzheimer’s, and nearly two-thirds of Americans believe they will have to provide care someday for someone with Alzheimer’s.