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Candida Infections and Natural Treatments Part 1

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

LIVER GALLBLADDER CLEANSE | MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITIES

CANDIDA FUNGUS TREATMENT | PROSTATE NATURAL REMEDY

HEAVY METAL DETOXIFICATION | HYPERBARIC CHAMBERS

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Candida Infections Treatments

A candida infection or overgrowth usually occurs when the skin is damaged in warm, moist body areas. It can also happen when a person has a weakened immune system, or sometimes as a result of an unhealthy diet. When there is an overgrowth of yeast, other parts of the body become infected.

Candida overgrowth tends to occur as a result of antibiotic use, hormonal changes during pregnancy or menopause, illness, or stress. Areas of the body that are often affected include the mouth, vagina, groin, nail beds, or skin folds. However, candidiasis may become systemic if left untreated and will then affect a wide range of body functions.

Andorra Andorra la Vella
Pueblo Colorado USA
Argentina, Buenos Aires City
Lichtenstein Vaduz
Grand Rapids Michigan USA
Greece, Athens
Iceland Rekyavik
City of Fairfield, Australia
Morocco Rabat
St. Petersburg Florida USA

Candida Infections and Natural Treatments Part 3

Friday, April 30th, 2010

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ELLAGICA | ENDOSTEROLMEDICARDIUM | HYPERBARIC CHAMBERS

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Diagnosing Candidiasis

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Symptoms of these fungal infections can be recognized by skin rashes or pimples, a thick, whitish vaginal discharge accompanied by itching and burning, or a painful rash and redness on the underside of the penis. Sores or cuts may even surface on the lips, cheeks or tongue. Individuals may be more prone to problems like Athletes’ Foot or Jock Itch. For a more complete list of possible physical symptoms, see tab above.

When the condition is severe, symptoms such as fatigue, depression, anxiety, headaches, digestive problems, and frequent infections may also occur, therefore conventional or natural treatment of vaginal thrush or candida is necessary.

Treatments for Candidiasis (Vaginal Thrush)

Most episodes of localized candidiasis are treatable with medicated ointments, suppositories, or mouthwash. More severe infections may be treated with oral anti-fungal medications, especially where the person may have a more serious condition such as HIV or diabetes. There are also many natural treatments for vaginal thrush, candidiasis, and other fungal infections, which include the use of herbal and homeopathic remedies.

Chattanooga Tennessee USA
Las Vegas, Nevada
West Jordan Utah USA
Norman, Oklahoma
Gambia Banjul
Madison, Wisconsin
Guatemala Guatemala City
Maldives, Male
Syria, Damascus
Brunei, Darussalam Bandar Seri Begawan

Geriatric Patients Treatment and Assessment

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

LIVER CLEANSE | GALL BLADDER FLUSH

CANDIDA CLEANSE TREATMENT | PROSTATE ENLARGEMENT

HYPERBARIC THERAPY | HYPERBARIC CHAMBER

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Treatment & Assessment of Geriatric Patients

Geriatric Treatment Patients

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If you are looking for quality senior care, you can find exactly what you want on the Internet. There are numerous websites that offer you a fast, easy, and free guide to health care resources and senior care providers for the elderly. While there may be some that have less than adequate services, most offer comprehensive senior care that is the best way to find and plan for your quality senior living.

These elder care guides help with financial and legal planning for seniors, can help you choose the most helpful senior services and products, and show you the right type of senior health care. Many allow you to get help from others and have a place for you to save your findings in a free online workspace.

These websites are dedicated to helping you find a comprehensive easy, and fast source of health care for yourself or an aging loved one. They make sure that you are able to efficiently and quickly find all the care resources you may need when either planning for the care of a loved one or for your own care.

They work continuously with experts in the fields financial planning for seniors, elder law, geriatric care, and more, to provide you with the resources and tools that are reliable, credible, and as helpful as possible.

Benefits of the Vibraboard:
• Decrease pain
• Increase bone density
• Accelerate wound repair
• Move lymphatic fluids
• Increase strength
• Increase coordination
• Accelerate detoxification
• Stimulate nerve growth
• Stimulate release of growth hormones
• Lower cortisol
• Improve metabolism
• Increase flexibility
• Generate endorphins

Independence, Missouri
Irving, Texas
Tunisia Tunis
Victor Harbor South Australia
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Belmont, Victoria
Cory R. New Jersey
Kenya Nairobi
Athens, Georgia
Lansing Michigan USA

BONE DENSITY | FEMALE HEALTH | GALLSTONES

FUNGI AND YEAST | TOXIC METALS

Treatment and Assessment of Geriatric Patients , BMS , The Vibraboard

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

LIVER CLEANSE | GALL BLADDER FLUSH

CANDIDA CLEANSE TREATMENT | PROSTATE ENLARGEMENT

HYPERBARIC THERAPY | HYPERBARIC CHAMBER

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Treatment & Assessment of Geriatric Patients

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The percentage of elderly people in the United States in increasing. They are remaining active and independent and are experiencing injury at the same rate as the rest of the population. Although the elderly are subject to the same mechanisms of injury as other age groups, geriatric patients are unique in their responses to injury. The physiologic, metabolic, and biomechanical changes that occur with aging can affect the ability to withstand major stress, can increase the incidence of complications, and can decrease the chance for survival.

Trauma care providers should be aware of the many changes that occur with aging and how to modify care to assist this group of patients to maximum recovery.

Geriatric Treatment Patients

Mount Isa Queensland Australia
Antioch, California
Richardson Texas USA
Sterling Heights Michigan USA
Lexington Kentucky USA
Azerbaijan Baku
Gosnells, Victoria
Killeen, Texas
Estonia Tallin
Allentown, Pennsylvania

Lymplex Lymph Node Cleansing Part 2

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

LIVER CLEANSE | GALL BLADDER FLUSH

CANDIDA CLEANSE TREATMENT | PROSTATE ENLARGEMENT

HYPERBARIC THERAPY | HYPERBARIC CHAMBER

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“The transformation of primitive or immature lymphocytes into T-lymphocytes and their proliferation in the lymph nodes is promoted by a thymic hormone called thymosin. Ocassionally the thymus persists and may become cancerous after puberty and and the continued secretion of thymosin and the production of abnormal T-cells may contribute to some autoimmune disorders.

Conversely, lack of thymosin may also allow inadequate immunologic surveillance and thymosin has been used experimentally to stimulate T-lymphocyte proliferation to fight lymphoma and other cancers.

4. The spleen: The spleen filters the blood and reacts immunologically to blood-borne antigens. This is both a morphologic (physical) and physiologic process. In addition to large numbers of lymphocytes the spleen contains specialized vascular spaces, a meshwork of reticular cells and fibers, and a rich supply of macrophages which monitor the blood. Connective tissue forms a capsule and trabeculae which contain myofibroblasts, which are contractile.

The human spleen holds relatively little blood compared to other mammals, but it has the capacity for contraction to release this blood into the circulation during anoxic stress. White pulp in the spleen contains lymphocytes and is equivalent to other lymph tissue, while red pulp contains large numbers of red blood cells that it filters and degrades.

The spleen functions in both immune and hematopoietic systems. Immune functions include: proliferation of lymphocytes, production of antibodies, removal of antigens from the blood. Hematopoietic functions include: formation of blood cells during fetal life, removal and destruction of aged, damaged and abnormal red cells and platelets, retrieval of iron from hemoglobin degradation, storage of red blood cells.

Joondalup Victoria Australia
Ethiopia, Addis Ababa
Phoenix Arizona USA
Fremont, California
Argentina Buenos Aires City
Dodoma
Atlanta Georgia USA
Murfreesboro Tennessee USA
Swan Hill Victoria Australia
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo

Lymplex Lymphatic System Cleansing Part 2

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

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ELLAGICA | ENDOSTEROL MEDICARDIUM | HYPERBARIC CHAMBERS

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Lymphokinetic motion (flow of the lymph) due to:

1) Lymph flows down the pressure gradient.
2) Muscular and respiratory pumps push lymph forward due to function of the semilunar valves.

Other lymphoid tissue:

1. Lymph nodes: Lymph nodes are small encapsulated organs located along the pathway of lymphatic vessels. They vary from about 1 mm to 1 to 2 cm in diameter and are widely distributed throughout the body, with large concentrations occurring in the areas of convergence of lymph vessels. They serve as filters through which lymph percolates on its way to the blood. Antigen-activated lymphocytes differentiate and proliferate by cloning in the lymph nodes.

2. Diffuse Lymphatic Tissue and Lymphatic nodules: The alimentary canal, respiratory passages, and genitourinary tract are guarded by accumulations of lymphatic tissue that are not enclosed by a capsule (i.e. they are diffuse) and are found in connective tissue beneath the epithelial mucosa. These cells intercept foreign antigens and then travel to lymph nodes to undergo differentiation and proliferation.

Local concentrations of lymphocytes in these systems and other areas are called lymphatic nodules. In general these are single and random but are more concentrated in the GI tract in the ileum, appendix, cecum, and tonsils. These are collectively called the Gut Associated Lymphatic Tissue (GALT). MALT (Mucosa Associated Lymphatic Tissue) includes these plus the diffuse lymph tissue in the respiratory tract.

3. The thymus: The thymus is where immature lymphocytes differentiate into T-lymphocytes. The thymus is fully formed and functional at birth. Characteristic features of thymic structure persist until about puberty, when lymphocyte processing and proliferation are dramatically reduced and eventually eliminated and the thymic tissue is largely replaced by adipose tissue.

The lymphocytes released by the thymus are carried to lymph nodes, spleen, and other lymphatic tissue where they form colonies. These colonies form the basis of T-lymphocyte proliferation in the specific immune response. T-lymphocytes survive for long periods and recirculate through lymphatic tissues.

Lithgow, Australia
Guinea-Bissau Bissau
Richardson, Texas
Tallahassee Florida USA
City of Griffith, Australia
Portsmouth, Virginia
Rockford, Illinois
El Salvador San Salvador
Bathurst, Australia
Ash Sha’m, United Arab Emirates,Ash Sha’m, UAE

Lymplex Lymph Node Cleansing Part 1

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

GLYTAMINS | XENEPLEX | VIBRABOARD

ELLAGICA | ENDOSTEROL MEDICARDIUM | HYPERBARIC CHAMBERS

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“What very few patients seem to realize is that the immune system does not fight cancer so long as there is infection in the body. Isn’t this one of Nature’s ironies? People are more afraid of cancer than infection, but the body tries to eliminate infection before turning its resources towards cancer control.

The lymphatic system in many people is overwhelmed by infection, often stemming from dental problems, as well as toxic substances (mercury, aluminum, chemicals from antiperspirants, dry cleaning, and so forth.) Lending a hand to the lymphatic system will usually relieve some of the pressure on other parts of the body.

Functions of the lymphatic system:
1) to maintain the pressure and volume of the extracellular fluid by returning excess water and dissolved substances from the interstitial fluid to the circulation.
2) lymph nodes and other lymphoid tissues are the site of clonal production of immunocompetent lymphocytes and macrophages in the specific immune response.

Filtration forces water and dissolved substances from the capillaries into the interstitial fluid. Not all of this water is returned to the blood by osmosis, and excess fluid is picked up by lymph capillaries to become lymph. From lymph capillaries fluid flows into lymph veins (lymphatic vessels) which virtually parallel the circulatory veins and are structurally very similar to them, including the presence of semilunar valves.

The lymphatic veins flow into one of two lymph ducts. The right lymph duct drains the right arm, shoulder area, and the right side of the head and neck. The left lymph duct, or thoracic duct, drains everything else, including the legs, GI tract and other abdominal organs, thoracic organs, and the left side of the head and neck and left arm and shoulder.

These ducts then drain into the subclavian veins on each side where they join the internal jugular veins to form the brachiocephalic veins.

Lymph nodes lie along the lymph veins successively filtering lymph. Afferent lymph veins enter each node, efferent veins lead to the next node becoming afferent veins upon reaching it.

UK, London
Korea (North), Pyongyang
Ruwais, United Arab Emirates, Ruwais, UAE
Wichita, Kansas
Chesapeake, Virginia
Orlando, Florida
Ethiopia, Addis Ababa
Japan, Tokyo City
Djibouti, Djibouti
Richmond, California

Lymplex Lymphatic System Cleansing Part 1

Monday, April 19th, 2010

LIVER CLEANSE | GALL BLADDER FLUSH | VIBRABOARD

CANDIDA CLEANSE TREATMENT | PROSTATE ENLARGEMENT

HYPERBARIC THERAPY | HYPERBARIC CHAMBER

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Lymphatic System Cleansing

As all patients who have had lymph nodes removed know, circulation is generally worse after the loss of nodes: swelling, serious edema, and the need for medical procedures to remove fluids are all part of the aftermath of these procedures.

I am not in a position to evaluate the merits of the surgical measures. I merely sympathize with the suffering of the patients. They often have reddish swelling, intense itching, rashes, and loss of motion.
There are specialists in manual lymphatic drainage, a very delicate massage technique taught in Austria (called the Vodder method) who are trained to help reroute lymph flow so as to by-pass the normal channels, the ones that have been removed.

Though people who are specialists in this method are reluctant to state opinions, many have theorized that when malignancy is found in the lymph that the lymph nodes are doing exactly what they are supposed to be doing. In other words, it is not 100% clear to them that the cancer has metastasized, merely that it has accumulated in the lymph.

Given that we do not understand these fine points well enough to be certain, it would seem appropriate that patients who have not yet had surgery try to move as much lymph through the body as possible to see if the swelling subsides. For those who feel they are at risk for cancer, periodic lymphatic stimulation and/or drainage may be a healthy preventative measure. Once, however, the nodes are gone, it is more uphill.

One very simple but probably only minimally helpful exercise is to hold the affected (swollen) area upwards to see if gravity will permit some of the lymph to descend into areas that still have adequate drainage.

Ghana, Accra
Peoria, Arizona
San Marino, San Marino
Egypt, Cairo: city limits
South Africa
Moreno Valley, California
Orange, Australia
Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, Al Ain, UAE
City of Griffith, Australia
Maldives, Male

BONE DENSITY | FEMALE HEALTH | GALLSTONES

FUNGI AND YEAST | TOXIC METALS

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Health Treatment Part 2

Saturday, April 17th, 2010

GLYTAMINS | XENEPLEX | VIBRABOARD

ELLAGICA | ENDOSTEROLMEDICARDIUM | HYPERBARIC CHAMBERS

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Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Treatment

Public Health Issues in Medical Evaluation and Care of MCS Patients

Many physicians are uncertain how to approach the evaluation and care of persons who have multiple symptoms that attribute to low-level chemical exposure. Although medical approaches and therapies differ considerably because of differing beliefs about MCS by physicians, all individuals who report suffering from chemical sensitivities should receive a competent, complete medical evaluation and compassionate, understanding care. The goal of this care should be to promote health without causing additional harm. Individuals should not be subjected to ineffective, costly, or potentially dangerous treatments. Appropriate care for well-characterized medical and psychological illnesses should not be withheld or delayed. The ramifications of recommending functional changes in workplace or home settings should be carefully considered.

Medical Evaluation

The identification of MCS is based largely on the patient’s description of the symptoms and the relationship of these symptoms to environmental exposures. The evaluation of an individual for MCS should, therefore, begin a complete and detailed history, including a comprehensive exposure history. The ATSDR/NIOSH Case Study in Environmental Medicine—Taking An Exposure History (ATSDR, 1992) is a useful guide for physicians unfamiliar with taking an environmental exposure history.

Burundi, Bujumbura
Yonkers, New York
Cory R. New Jersey
Ethiopia, Addis Ababa
Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou
Holland, Amsterdam
Yonkers, New York
Guatemala, Guatemala City
Palestinian State
High Point, North Carolina

MCS Treatment Naturally Part 2

Friday, April 16th, 2010

LIVER CLEANSE | GALL BLADDER FLUSH

CANDIDA CLEANSE TREATMENT | PROSTATE ENLARGEMENT

HYPERBARIC THERAPY | HYPERBARIC CHAMBER

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MCS Treatment Naturally

While you cannot control factors outside your home, you can always make your home MCS safe. Here are some tips:

1. Remove or seal off the fireplace in your home.
2. Eliminate tobacco smoke.
3. Keep your environment clean.
4. Use area rugs that are made out of natural material and do not have a stain resistant finish.
5. Remove all of the carpeting in your home.
6. Install an air filter or seal off ductwork.
7. Use an air exchanger to filter the air in your home.
8. Use furniture that is made out of solid wood.
9. Remove any man-made textiles in your home.
10. Remove any natural textiles that have chemical finishes on them.

While you are outside, these are some exposure areas that you should avoid:
1. New buildings
2. Clothing that has to be dry clean
3. Stores that sell leather products
4. People who are wearing perfume or cologne
5. Stores that sell seasonal merchandise
6. Moist or damp areas

Sila, United Arab Emirates, Sila, UAE
Springfield, Massachusetts
Cockburn, Victoria
Caloundra, Queensland
Al Ghashban, United Arab Emirates, Al Ghashban, UAE
Haiti, Port-au-Prince
Lewisville, Texas
Joliet, Illinois
Independence, Missouri
San Marino, San Marino