Chronic back pain? It has a very high prevalence rate, especially among those 40 and older. Quite a few of those who suffer from it, are not aware of how best to treat their back pain even for temporary relief, let alone permanently cure it. This is a very complex topic and depends on your body build and a lot more, but the following article provides tips, treatments and methods for effectively treating your back pain naturally.
Dealing with the frustration of sleepless nights? If this happens every once in a while it may be par for the course of our stress filled lives these days, but if those sleepless nights persist, then you may be dealing with insomnia. This can lead to serious health problems and fatigue, but luckily the tips presented here can help. Banish insomnia by taking action so that you can enjoy pleasant dreams with these Cureology insomnia busting tips.
Sexuality can be fickle. Often, lack of sex drive can be due to the usual things we all face in life: stress, fatigue and those “little” relationship issues. On the other hand, if you notice prolonged periods of little to no interest in intimacy it may be a hormonal or medical issue. We know that sex is good for health, and it is usually good for relationships, so paying attention to libido is a natural health booster at all levels. What can you do about boosting sex drive naturally on your own and when do you need help?
Many of us enjoy the outdoors and the sun. The heat? Not so much… especially when it gets overbearing and sweltering. Heat leads to sweating and that leads to dehydration. Other than creating an uncomfortable feeling, this can have serious consequences including heat stroke. So, to avoid the discomfort or emergency room visits, here are some reasons to stay hydrated and Cureology tips for keeping your body’s water stores continuously replenished.
The purported health benefits of wine are most often, but not completely, attributed to resveratrol. It may be largely responsible for answering the “French Paradox” and is certainly advertised heavily as such. You see, the French enjoy a high saturated fat diet which is linked to heart disease and some cancers. Yet their heart disease rate is fairly low. But they also consume red wine liberally. In fact they have one of the higher per capita consumptions on Earth. But is it that simple? Is there enough resveratrol in wine to cause this health benefit? Furthermore, is Dr.Oz and others right in promoting resveratrol supplements, which are at much higher doses, as much as they do?