for last 2 or 3 months I developed really unpleasant lower back pain. I always had a problem with lower back because of deadlifting and lifting weights in general. But now I can't get rid of it.
I have tried to eliminate the problematic movements in the gym and I have reduced my...
friend has the following issue:
Lately I've had trouble with breathing when sleeping for 4 weeks, especially when I'm lying on the right side. I can't get any air like my lungs are constricting?? And since a week I have swollen fingers of the right hand. And upper back pain
My lady have been experiencing lower back pain for few years and efforts have really helped her alleviate pains in recent times.
However she still experience:
1) Pains on right thighs
2) Pains while trying to stand up after sitting for even 40 minutes
3) Whenever she stand, she hardly stand...
As some on this forum might know my mother suffers from Parkinson's disease which I have been attempting to treat with a number of serotonin blocking substances. Circumstances of the Pandemic and her own disposition have made it very difficult to get her into consistently good habits and...
5’9”, F, 34
Blurred vision with subtle headaches sometimes becoming migraines in evening, especially during middle of menstrual cycle
Feel like my blood sugar is all over, especially after high protein meal
Severe fatigue, worse after any activity...
So I remember I was a kid and I had these intense chest pain where I couldn't even walk from the pain - did the MRI and all the tests and everything was fine.
[ It's also at the opposite side of the chest - the whole back area ]
It's also some feeling of stiffness like I cannot...
After failing to find any effective treatments for the many ills that plague veterans, doctors are finally turning to older remedies successfully used back in the first half of the 20th century. Pregnenolone is one such remedy and I have been seeing more and more studies and ongoing trials with...
I do apologize for posting something from Mercola's site.
But he had an interview with a guy about this "K-Laser" gizmo,
which uses a pretty Peatish spectrum of light--about 850nm to 970nm or so.
I know we've had threads about using red light panels--not lasers--for thyroid and maybe hair and...