Fibromyalgia And Thyroid Level

Correcting the level of thyroid in the body is one of the most effective means of treating fibromyalgia. Dr. John Lowe estimates that about 90% of the people with fibromyalgia have a problem with low thyroid. If your doctor relies only on the usual thyroid blood tests, he may miss your hypothyroidism. more...

Fibromyalgia and Serotonin

In the case in fibromyalgia a mishandling of serotonin plays a part in creating the insomnia, fatigue, fibro-fog, pain and depression of fibromyalgia. Serotonin is important for initiating sleep and adapting to stressful situations. It also gives us an ability to cope with depression. However, sometimes serotonin does just the opposite to us. more...

About Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is characterized by insomnia, fatigue and generalized joint or muscle pain. The disorder is diagnosed by noting the number of painful “tender points” on neck, shoulders, back, legs, elbows, and knees. Headaches, migraines, depression, chemical sensitivity, intestinal irritation, numbness, tingling and a heightened sensitivity to stimuli are very common. more...

About Taurine

I started taking taurine and my hands returned to normal within a few days. I never did figure out what was bothering me. I ran out of taurine recently and the joint pain came back full force. I wouldn’ t be without my taurine. more...

How to Test Your Stomach Acid Level

What is the test for low stomach acid? I suspect this may be one of my problems and want to check it out. One of my doctors suggested that I just try a little hydrochloric acid (HCL) and see if it made me feel better after a meal. more...

About Hyperthyroidism

I’ve heard of doctors giving patients just enough thyroid so that the test results barely creep into the “normal” range, even though the patient is still exhibiting many hypothyroid symptoms. That is unacceptable treatment. A person deserves to feel well. more...

Introduction to PaidaLajin

Intorduction to PaidaLajin by Donald Wong

PaidaLajin means Paida (patting and slapping body areas) & stretching (Lajing). It is used successfully for many diseases and helps improve health naturally and holistically. PaidaLajincan helps you relieve or even self-heal pains and diseases without the worry of side effects and you can also enhance your energy. more...

Hypothyroid Symptoms

The manifestations of hypothyroidism in children are a little different than in adults. Sometimes the problems are not apparent until they are teenagers, where there is the greatest demand for thyroid. Eg, PMS, school problems, mood swings, and drug or alcohol abuse may appear at puberty. more...

Soy Foods and the Impact on your Thyroid

Dr. Fitzpatrick makes it clear that soy products can have a detrimental affect on both adults and infants. He firmly believes that soy formula manufacturers should remove the isoflavones (that part of the soy products that act as anti-thyroid agents) from their products. more...

Liver-Gallbladder Flush

It is very important that the flow of bile from the liver to the gallbladder and then to the intestines is not obstructed. There are several liver flushes that can clean out the liver ducts and gallbladder. Most use lemon juice and olive oil taken just before bedtime. more...

About Liver Health

If your liver is not removing toxins fast enough, then the toxins will accumulate in the body and this may result in fatigue, aches and pains, difficulty concentrating, and other neurological complaints, skin problems, headaches, autoimmune disorders and overall poor health. more...

Intestinal Health and MSG

Reactions to MSG include rapid heartbeat, depression, migraine headaches, nausea and vomiting, hives, rashes, asthma, and seizures, panic attacks, vision problems, rapid changes in blood pressure, partial paralysis, extreme dryness of the mouth, loss of balance, joint pain, swelling of prostate, bedwetting, behavioral problems in children, Attention Deficit Disorders, lethargy, sleepiness, insomnia. more...