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Gout – Natural Remedies

Gout is a very painful form of arthritis that is caused by an excess of uric acid build-up in the body. An excess of uric acid occurs when the kidneys are consistently overloaded and have a hard time eliminating the excess. As a result, these uric acid deposits can become crystallized and accumulate in between the joints, damaging them. Those afflicted with gout often have uric acid deposits in their big toe joints. These uric acid deposits may appear as lumpy patches under the skin, and in the toes can make the wearing of shoes and even walking excruciatingly painful.  Gout can be so debilitating that even a bedsheet draped over the foot can cause excruciating pain.

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Antiviral Herbs

The virus is a different creature than the bacteria. One big difference between them is that antibiotics have no effect on viruses. But a great thing that many people don't know is that certain herbs do have antiviral action, and many of those helpful herbs are widely available. Here are some of them.

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Natural Nutrients That Help with PMS and PMDD Symptoms

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) may sound like harmless and unavoidable circumstances that women simply have to put up with. However, ask most women what it's like and they can easily explain the annoyance and anguish it can bring. Thankfully, the symptoms of these two conditions are manageable through diet and lifestyle modifications. Below are some of the most important nutrients that can help alleviate the symptoms of PMS and PMDD. Women should make sure they are present in their daily diet.

Natural Nutrients That Help with PMS and PMDD Symptoms

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) may sound like harmless and unavoidable circumstances that women simply have to put up with. However, ask most women what it’s like and they can easily explain the annoyance and anguish it can bring.

Thankfully, the symptoms of these two conditions are manageable through diet and lifestyle modifications. Below are some of the most important nutrients that can help alleviate the symptoms of PMS and PMDD. Women should make sure they are present in their daily diet.

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Supplements That Can Help with the Menstrual Cycle

Benefits of Using Natural Supplements
Natural supplements may fall under the same category as mainstream hormone pills, but the benefits are clear. Even though they essentially do the same job, natural supplements surpass hormone pills in many areas: Because menstrual cycle supplements are made with natural ingredients, they are safer to use and have no known side effects. Supplements also can improve a woman’s energy levels. They promote the growth of endometrium and can help reduce or eliminate the painful symptoms for women who suffer from endometriosis. By choosing the right supplement, you can go about your life with less pain or discomfort.

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Natural Treatments for Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are a painful condition often caused by excessive straining during bowel movements or by pregnancy and childbirth, and there are two types – internal and external.

Due to the personal nature of this delicate but painful problem, many people search for natural remedies to treat their hemorrhoids. Here are a few which have provided relief to others.

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A Natural Approach to Headache Relief

Headaches are an irritating inconvenience at best and debilitating at worst. They can affect work or school productivity, and a bad headache can put you out of commission, no matter what you had planned. Medications can help relieve pain, but some of these pain relievers have side effects such as stomach pain or stress on vital organs, and if taken over too long a period, pain relievers can cause a rebound effect (in the form of another headache) when you stop taking them. This article provides some natural ways to prevent or relieve headaches.

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Natural Remedies for Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are a painful condition often caused by excessive straining during bowel movement, and there are two types – internal and external.

The only difference between an external and an internal hemorrhoid is the location of the hemorrhoid. If it appears in the upper anal canal, it is an internal hemorrhoid, but if it appears in the lower anal canal near the anus and just below the pectinate line, it is termed an external hemorrhoid.

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