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Finding Relief for Sciatic Nerve Pain

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Pain along the sciatic nerve can range from being constant or acutely related to certain movements. The general experience is radiating pain from the low back to the gluteus muscles, hamstrings and even to the calves, due to pressure placed on the sciatic nerve. Unfortunately,...
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Natural Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis Inflammation

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There are a quarter million US citizens who suffer from multiple sclerosis (MS). This neurological disease is one of the more common conditions that affects young adults, primarily affecting young women. MS is a progressive disease in which damage occurs to the nervous system. As...
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Vertigo: Is There a Link to Osteoporosis?

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Vertigo is the feeling that you or the things around you are spinning when there is, in fact, no movement at all. The most common type of vertigo is called BPPV or benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. If you have this condition, when you move your head quickly, you experience a...
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Is there hope for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers?

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Yes, there is hope, and it is centered around recent research that may be the answer to the incapacitating fatigue and other symptoms associated with Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). If you are suffering, you may also be experiencing: Pain in the muscles Problems with...
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Is Your Neck Pain Being Caused by Text Neck?

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Neck pain is a common complaint around the globe. It is possible that your neck pain is coming from an ever increasing epidemic called text neck. This is due to the abundant usage of mobile devices in today’s busy world. This is where the term, text neck, comes from. Text neck is...
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Headache Types and How to Cope with the Pain

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Headaches are one of the most common health complaints worldwide and there are many headache types. In the United States alone, as many as 14 percent of the population (around 45 million people) have chronic headache conditions, according to the National Headache Foundation....
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Headaches and Accidents — How Are They Related?

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Headaches seem to follow traumatic events. Is it just a coincidence or is there a reason for it? If you have recently gone through some sort of trauma — a car accident, a sporting injury, a serious fall, a blow to the head or neck, or a similar event — you may find...
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Fibromyalgia and Migraines — What’s the Connection?

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Fibromyalgia and migraines often go hand in hand. This has to do with the way the body is functioning behind the scenes. Along with migraines, those with fibromyalgia also experience moodiness, sleeplessness, and other similar issues. Why do migraines and fibromyalgia occur...
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Post-Concussion Syndrome: What Is It? What Do You Do for It?

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Post-concussion syndrome follows a concussion. Concussions happen every day and not just to athletes. You can get a concussion by being in a car accident or having some type of blow to the head. You may have no visible bruises or cuts. This is because a concussion happens to the...
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Back Pain: Who Is at Greatest Risk and Can Anything Help?

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Back pain. Almost everyone has had some type of experience with it. It can be excruciating and chronic for some sufferers, while others only have back pain occasionally and are able to carry on their normal daily routines. Back pain may come about after lifting something heavy or...
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