Saunas and sweat baths have been used by various cultures throughout history to flush out toxins and disease and maintain optimal physical and mental health. Saunas, and particularly infrared saunas, can also play a big role in preventing or reversing cancer.
As the cold and flu season descend upon us, everyone is worried about sinus infections....Sinus infections, or sinusitis as it is technically called, are caused by a viral or bacterial infection (i.e. a cold, virus or flu).
Varicose Veins…say bye bye! If you suffer from varicose veins, you may believe the only way to eliminate them is through painful surgery. You’d be wrong. Varicose veins can be extremely painful and leave you embarrassed to wear any clothing that reveals your legs.
Aging. It’s kind of a dirty word. If we are lucky, we get to grow older. And as many older people will tell you— it’s a heck of a lot better than the alternative.
Acne isn’t fun. The skin condition affects roughly 80 percent of adolescents and can persist well into adulthood. The psychological and social impacts of acne are especially serious because it affects adolescents at a crucial period when they are developing their personalities. Peer acceptance is very important for this age group and research shows that there are strong links between physical appearance and peer status.
Selena Gomez recently made headlines by ending her world tour early due to side effects from Lupus. Lupus is a chronic auto-immune disease which causes the immune system to erroneously attack health connective tissue throughout the body. Lupus causes skin rashes, muscle and bone issues, gastrointestinal problems, depression, heart and lung impairment and issues with reproduction, blood circulation and mental health. Selena Gomez revealed a year ago that she had undergone chemotherapy to treat the chronic autoimmune disease—chemotherapy drugs can reduce immune system activity but do have severe side effects.
Cryotherapy and Vaccines: They Work on the Same Science. Vaccination is a familiar concept—a tiny prick from a needle provides us with years, even a lifetime, of immunity to a host of lethal diseases. At first glance, the idea of exposing our bodies to potentially toxic agents seems ludicrous—how could being injected with chicken pox, diphtheria or hepatitis ever make us healthier?
Alzheimer's disease is a neurological disorder in which the death of brain cells causes memory loss and cognitive decline. A neurodegenerative type of dementia, the disease starts mild and gets progressively worse.