Get Rid Of Gas

By Joseph Brady | My Blog

Food digestive problems such as Gas, Constipation and Belching do not have to rule your life. In this article I will tell you how to avoid and get rid of these problems forever.
In order to understand how food affects your digestive problems, it is important to understand that your whole digestive system, from entrance to exit, is loaded with bacteria. Most of these bacteria should be “friendly bacteria,” however; every digestive system also consists of unfriendly bacterial that is usually held in check by a healthy digestive system.
Considering the amount of bacteria in your digestive tract, it is no wonder that your body can experience more than enough digestive disorders, infections, and inflammations.
Therefore it is important to avoid foods that create digestive tract problems, which in turn result in stomach gas, constipation and belching.

One of the most predominant digestive problem in our society today is called irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which is the result of all kinds of digestive abuse and stress. IBS causes a huge range of symptoms and can be hard to diagnose, however, it is actually easy to resolve.

Some Of The Most Common Symptoms And Causes Of Food Digestive Problems

Gas can be painful and embarrassing. Of course, everyone has gas, but some people have more than normal because of their food digestive eat the wrong foods.
Gas can be caused by eating:
Too much fiber

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Preventing And Controlling Candida

By Joseph Brady | Internal Organs

Whilst treating Candida also known as Candida Albicans, Yeast Infection, Candidiasis, Monila or Thrush, it is important to stop the risk of recurrent yeast infections through re-infection or cross infection. There are a number of simple measures you can put in place to ensure this, whilst undertaking a natural yeast infection cure for the symptoms of Candida.

Tips To Control Candida

Your natural yeast infection cure will kill the Candida infection and support your immune system as you kill the Candida fungi. It is also important to stop recurring yeast infections caused by re-infection or cross infection of yourself or your loved ones, by improving one’s hygiene.

Firstly in eliminating recurring yeast infections, one should also ensure that one’s sexual partner and any children living with the affected person or any other person coming into daily close contact with the affected person such as a carer, is also included in the natural yeast infection cure treatment program. As the Candida fungi can easily be spread and reoccurring yeast overgrowth can continue through cross infections from a loved one or carer who has not also been treated.

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Food Poisoning Remedies

By Joseph Brady | Internal Organs

Food poisoning is a common illness. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 1 in 6 people in the US get sick from bad food or drink. In 2001, they reported about 48 million illnesses, resulting in 128,000 Americans hospitalized, and over 3,000 deaths each year from food poisoning. Food poisoning is also common in the summer because of picnic foods being left out too long in the sun. Before looking at food poisoning cures, we should become familiar with symptoms and causes.

Infectious Agents- viruses, bacteria, and parasites are the most common of these agents
Toxic Agents- poisonous mushrooms, improperly prepared exotic foods (for example, barracuda), pesticides on fruits and vegetables, also poor sanitation in food preparation or poorly packaged or food stored at wrong temperatures can promote contamination.
Salmonella is the most common type of food poisoning. It is seldom fatal; however, it is contagious, quickly leading to multiple cases (outbreak).

Typical symptoms of food poisoning are:
Abdominal pain and cramping
Diarrhea quickly developing within 48 hours of eating or drinking contaminated food or beverages.
If food poisoning is not treated early, further complications can become very serious and life-threatening:
Bloody Stools
Nervous system damage

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Indian Gooseberry For Liver Enlargement

By Joseph Brady | Health and Fitness

The liver is known as the master organ of the body. No other organ of the body does such varied functions as the liver. The liver is a pretty tough organ and able to regenerate any damaged parts to a great extent and it is has an amazing capacity to recover from alcohol if given time to rest.

If the liver is damaged and unable to function properly, it leads to other problems, and most of the organs in the body are affected. These problems can be seemingly simple ones like constipation, chronic gastritis, morning sickness, etc. or it could be severe disorders like jaundice, hepatitis, cirrhosis, and Hepatomegaly, all of which are potentially serious and even fatal.

A fully grown adult liver is about the size of football. Sometimes due to some causes the liver becomes enlarged, and it is known as Hepatomegaly. Liver enlargement could be due to many factors such as alcoholism, hepatitis, cancer, Amoebiasis, etc. The symptoms are mild in the beginning and hard to detect unless investigation like Sonography or CAT scan is done

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Hiatal Hernia Surgery Alternatives

By Joseph Brady | Health and Fitness

Hernia Types

There are two types of hiatal hernias. The first is a ‘sliding’ hiatal hernia. This is the most common type. It occurs when the lower part of the esophagus and the top part of the stomach slide up and protrude from the abdomen, through the hiatus in the diaphragm muscle (which is why this is also know as a hiatus hernia), into the chest cavity.

The second type is a ‘para-esophageal’ hiatal hernia. This is a less common but more serious hernia which involves part of the stomach pushing up through the diaphragm next to the esophagus.The risk with this type of hernia is that blood flow to part of the stomach can be restricted, meaning people with this type are more likely to be recommended for hiatal hernia surgery.

Hiatal hernias can happen naturally if you are born with a large hiatus (the hole in the diaphragm). They can also be caused by injury or accident which involves damage to the abdominal and chest area. In some cases it can be caused by too much pressure resulting from pregnancy or obesity. Hiatal hernias are also commonly found in 5-15% of those that have GERD.

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Preventing Knee Sprains

By Joseph Brady | Bone And Muscle

A sprained knee is an injury that no one wants to experience, however, sports and daily physical activity sometimes contribute to such an injury. If we take the proper precautions necessary we can limit our chances of experiencing a sprained knee. We will explore some of the methods used to help prevent such an injury and ensure that when you play sports or are involved in a physical activity you try to limit your chances of getting injured.

One of the most productive exercises that one can perform to prevent a sprained knee is to make sure an individual stretches before engaging in sports or physical activity. Stretching your legs and body enables you to get accustomed to certain positions which contribute to flexibility of your legs and knees. This flexibility will help in avoiding injuries especially when the knee is subjected to certain unorthodox positions.

It is also important that when playing sports, you have the proper footwear and attire. Certain activities such as football and soccer require special footwear and shoes. These shoes and attire assist in ensuring you have strong placement of your feet in the turf or grass that you are playing in. It helps to prevent injuries by ensuring that your footwear is designed to handle the terrain of the environment that you are playing in. Another important factor is ensuring that the body weight on your knees does not bear a heavy load.

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