One natural remedy that is generating a great deal of excitement among scientists for its remarkable pain-relieving properties is capsaicin - the fiery active ingredient in chilli peppers.
It has been found to alleviate the pain of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, sciatica, diabetic neuropathy (numbness/ tingling pain in hands or feet), and shingles when used in the form of a cream for ... ››› more
My phone hasn't stopped - there's a constant stream of questions and suggestions about the Cornovirus - it's easy to get caught up in the panic...
But don't - additional stress won't help your system.
Just like when you expect a downturn in the economy, you tighten your belt (spend less where you can) and save as much as you can... So you must prepare your body for a situation like this.
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I'm sure you've seen the news footage on this latest virus that's killed over 170 and infected more than 7700 people...
A vaccine against the Coronavirus is still months away - and it's already spreading to other countries.
The good news is there is a herb available right now that can help to boost your immune system to protect against this virus and other strains of the flu.
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If you're an asthmatic, you've probably wondered why it is that when you get the flu, your symptoms are so bad. Well, a University of Southampton has the answer...
According to the study, which was published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, people with asthma are likely to suffer worse symptoms when they get the flu because they have weaker immune systems. For more on this stu... ››› more
Traditional soup may be considered the epitome of comfort food, but we've made a few changes that take chicken soup to the next level!
If you're on the sick list, this soothing chicken soup made with immune-boosting ingredients like lemongrass and ginger is perfect for you. It's nourishing, healing, fights congestion and keeps you hydrated.
And the best part? It only takes 30 minutes to whi... ››› more
You went for your annual flu shot this year but have ended up with the flu. Now, you're drinking orange juice like it's going out of fashion, sucking on zinc lozenges like they're candy and wondering if vitamin D and echinacea really work.
Can you relate to this? If so, you're probably very frustrated! But here's a little secret: When it comes to kicking the flu, it's all in the details. If you... ››› more
Prevention is better than cure, but sometimes the inevitable happens. When you're tired and run down and the flu epidemic is doing its round, it can take you down with it!
If you've caught the flu, don't worry - there are a few steps you can take to deal with it straight away. First, you must surrender - call in sick, climb into bed and get ready to rest up. Then, you must do the following...
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If you're like most of the adult population - around 25%, to be exact - you find yourself counting sheep or staring at the clock in the wee hours of the night more often than you'd like.
It may not make any sense to you at all if your days are usually long and busy. Shouldn't you be collapsing into your bed and sleeping soundly every night then? Well, not necessarily...
Truth is, unless you'... ››› more
You've been sneezing one too many times, your throat is sore and scratchy and you feel a headache coming on. Yup, you're coming up against a potentially debilitating cold!
Luckily, you don't have to give in to your illness - there are steps you can take to prevent the common cold as best you can. Read on for four science-backed ways to fight off that cold - or at least reduce the pesky symptom... ››› more
When you're low on sleep and your to-do list seems never-ending, there's always one thing you can count on: Getting sick!
If you've ever wondered why your immune system gets weaker when you're sleep deprived, read on...
New study sheds light on why your immune system suffers when you’re sleep deprived
To reach their findings, researchers from the University of Washington Medicine Sleep... ››› more
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