Author: Joe Fleming

  • Managing Diabetes At Home With Massage Therapy

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    How Massage Benefits Diabetes Care While massage therapy is reputable for its effectiveness with pain management, injury recovery, and stress reduction, did you know that is may also benefit discomforting and dangerous symptoms associated with diabetes? Over 30 million people in the U.S. have diabetes according to the American Diabetes Association, with over 80 million […]

  • Smart Ways to Limit Salt Intake to Fight Hypertension

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    When it comes to tackling hypertension, millions of Americans are recommended to modify their diet (in addition to increasing their physical activity). Why does diet play such an important role in lowering risk for high blood pressure and even reversing it altogether? Much of the culinary equation comes down to sodium, or as many Americans […]

  • Natural Home Remedies for Arthritis Pain : Turmeric | Ginger | Omega-3 Fatty Acids

    Looking for a cure for arthritis pain and joint inflammation? You’re not alone. An estimated 1 out of 5 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with some form of arthritis (there are over 100 different types of arthritis), from children to older adults. What causes arthritis? For some, it is a breakdown in the cartilage […]

  • 10 Natural Remedies to Improve Blood Circulation

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    This article will help you in improving blood circulation with the use of natural remedies and cure. Did you know that every minute of every day your body has about 6 quarts of blood circulating through it? And that over the average lifetime, the human heart will beat more than 2.5 BILLION times helping to […]

  • Drinks That Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

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    Hypertension, or high blood pressure, puts millions of people around the world at risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and other complicated diseases everyday. How exactly? Begin with the understanding that a good blood pressure range is roughly 120/80 – the top ‘systolic’ pressure being the force at which your heart pumps blood through your […]

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