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Have you ever had the agonizing pain of hemorrhoids?
You will be amazed by these wonderful, natural, easy to use tips, that can completely remove hemorrhoid pain.
These hemorrhoid pain relief tips, have been passed down the generations by word of mouth. It was originally given as advice from an osteopath, who incorporated natural ideas in his practice.
Peel a medium size potato, and cut it into pieces the size of your little finger.
Trim the sides smooth so there are no sharp edges, and carve both ends to smooth rounded points.
Place all these potato ‘peccaries’, into the fridge in a container of good water that completely submerses them. This stops them going brown.
Then, after your next bowel motion, you get one chilled potato portion from the fridge, and cover it with a little fresh olive oil, or any safe lubricant, to enable you to insert it gently into your rectum. Do this slowly as you will, in the process, be repositioning the pain filled hemorrhoids to their original position. They will be held firmly against the bowel wall, until your next bowel movement.
This piece of potato will be easily evacuated, of its own accord, when your bowels open next, and you can then just replace it with a new ‘cold’ one, until your symptoms are gone.
The potato allows the swelling to subside and often the blood filled hemorrhoids lose their contents very quickly.
This can bring about instant relief, and many report a huge difference well within three days.
Medical Disclaimer: This tip is for you to use at your own discretion, and at your own risk, in the unlikely event that you are allergic to potato, and if you are in any doubt about using this, feel free to ask your Doctor first, but many have used this tip with confidence over the years, saving them on medical fees and medication costs, and healing faster.
When you get up in the morning, drink at least two large glasses of top quality, health inducing water, to flush your system. This puts a good ‘rinse’ through your body, softening bowel contents, and often inducing a regular, guaranteed, morning clean out. Some health advisers suggest drinking 650 mls. in a reasonably short time, to do this.
Now, what if the water you could drink was bio photonic, restructured, energized, and had life giving properties? How much better would that be?
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Do your body a favor the next time you have a headache, leave the Tylenol on the shelf and seek out a more natural remedy in the form of aromatherapy. Studies have indicated that our bodies can respond favorably to certain aromas that are pleasing to our sense of smell.
Physical, psychological and environmental factors all play a role in headache pain, and we do have some control over them. There are obvious things you can do to help manage the onset of headaches like exercise, eat right, drink plenty of water and get adequate rest to name a just a few. These measures, along with relaxation techniques and aromatherapy can help you safely reduce the occurrence of, and in some cases even prevent a headache.
Many researchers believe that a tension headache can result when the head, neck or facial muscles contract but do not relax. Keeping your muscles contracted can lead to reduced blood supply in these areas. As a result, the pain you experience like a squeezing, aching pressure at the temples, across the upper forehead, or in the back of the neck can cause extreme discomfort that will likely send you running to the medicine cabinet for relief.
The truth is there are several underlying factors that contribute to tension headaches. The most common include, physical, psychological and environmental. So what is the first step to reducing the pain is to recognize the triggers that bring on your headaches.
Many people don’t give their posture much thought, however, slouching can force the body out of alignment. When the head is too far forward it causes extra pressure on the neck muscles which tend to contract in order to hold the head up in an improper position. One move to correct your posture is to sit up straight with your feet flat on the ground. Keep your shoulders back and the head directly over your body rather than too far forward or back. It sounds simple but it can take some practice and awareness to get it right.
.The exact cause of headaches and migraines are not yet fully understood by doctors, however there are certain factors that can contribute to a headache. These include, stress, lack of sleep or fatigue, hormonal changes, hunger and/or changes in barometric pressure or altitude. In addition to these factors, certain foods can also contribute such as: Alcohol, particularly red wine, chocolate, food additives such as nitrates, nitrites or MSG and caffeine Read the rest of this entry »