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Treatment of Headaches can be very challenging as there are more than 150 types of headaches and Migraine and cluster headaches are among the most painful. Our specially formulated Homeopathy treatment for headaches in general and migraine, in particular, can be very effective if diagnosed early.

Imagine waking up with a slight headache and finding that it lasts for decades. Or driving to work one day and instead of seeing traffic ahead, you see wavy lines, flashing lights and stars where the cars should be.

An even harsher reality for some is developing a headache that is so excruciating, they start banging their head against a wall, simply to provide some form of relief.
These are all real — and harrowing — forms of headaches felt by many people around the world, where the occurrence is much more than a bout of pain soon fixed with a painkiller.
Instead, these headaches can become a stressful, disabling health problem, and they come in more than 150 forms, from the unusual, like the “alarm clock” headache — named after the fact that it wakes people up during the night — to more well-known pains in the head, like a monthly migraine.
A migraine may change your brain
Headaches are among the most common disorders of the nervous system, with almost half of the adult population experiencing a headache in 2015, according to the World Health Organization. They are started by an irritation of nerve fibers in the linings of the brain, causing pain.
But the exact cause or trigger of many headaches is often hard to pinpoint, connected to such factors as diet, emotions, genes or hormones.
Here’s a rundown of some of the most common, most painful and most disabling headaches people face today.
A new level of pain
Cluster headaches are considered by many experts to be the most painful type of headache a person could ever experience, affecting an estimated one in 1,000 people.
The headache targets one side of the head, with excruciating pain building in a matter of minutes, occasionally causing a stuffy or runny nose as well as redness and swelling of the eye.
The cause of an attack is unclear, but they can run in the family and are sometimes triggered by alcohol or strong smells such as perfume or petrol.
Cluster Headaches.
Many who experience cluster headaches believe they never truly understood pain until these episodes began, The 0-10 scale that’s often used to quantify pain has to be rewritten for cluster headache patients.
Though some patients have them one to three times a year, some live with them for 11 months of the year, while others experience them for years on end, with little recovery time in between.
The treatment of a cluster headache is more complicated than a simple pill.

There’s also a recently FDA-approved noninvasive treatment called VNS — vagus nerve stimulation — that applies an electric current to the neck, activating the vagus nerve. The VNS device is about the size of a cell phone and is placed on the neck, with the aim to provide relief from pain. It’s had some success in clinical trials, but more research on the procedure is needed, according to the US National Institutes for Health.

The Two Classes of Migraine: More than just a headache

Migraines are by far the most common type of headaches. Globally, 30% of people reported having a migraine in 2015, according to the WHO.

A classic migraine is the throbbing, pounding headache; it’s got the lights in front of your eyes; it’s got nausea and vomiting.
How your mouth is linked to your migraine?

The classic migraines might come with auras, which can affect language, movement, and visual perception. Auras can occur separately from head pain but are triggered by the same factors that cause the pain of migraines, such as stress, bright lights or a lack of sleep.
The most common presentation of migraine with aura is a visual disturbance. At times, patients can see flashing lights or stars in their visual field. They can see wiggly and wavy lines. There can be a hole in their visual field. There can be colors, spots in their visual field. This can last minutes to an hour (or more).
I’ve had patients that have been terrified of the visual loss, more so than the actual head pain.
Monteith described how some migraines can mimic the symptoms of a stroke: The afflicted can go numb on one side of the body and/or lose the ability to speak coherently. But with regular migraine treatment such as prescription painkillers or another class of drugs known as triptan medications, they can be back to normal in hours.
It’s in the family
Whatever the migraine, it’s highly likely you’ll only experience them if you have a family history, because migraines are connected to your genes.
We’re not sure what gene it is yet, adding that this genetic variation makes migraine patients more susceptible to pain in their head, but it also makes them more likely to suffer from motion sickness, nausea and vomiting, and vertigo.

Their (gastrointestinal) tract is different, (and) their skin tends to react differently, the genetic variation behind migraines also affects other parts of the body. As genes are an important tool for diagnosing migraines, Lyden said, he always makes sure to ask his patients for their family histories.

Decade-long pain

Migraines may come and go, but some headaches just won’t go away.
A rare form of headache with the ability to last months or even years on end is known as new daily persistent headaches.
These are a rare type of a headache that happen one day and then persist. Patients with that headache can tell you the day and what they were doing when it started because it’s so unusual. It could persist for decades, or it could go away in three months or six months.
The exact cause of these headaches is unknown, but for some people, a very traumatic or emotional experience has marked the onset of the headache.

Daily painkillers are avoided, as they can result in medication-overuse headaches.

Medication-overuse headaches

This type is one of the most common chronic headache disorders, affecting 1% to 2% of people worldwide.
The headaches are caused by overusing acute pain relief medicine, such as paracetamol, codeine and triptans. They can be set off if people use the medicine more than two or three times a week or for more than 10 days a month.
When a dose of medicine wears off, the pain reappears, leading people to take more. Overuse then causes the medicine to stop helping the pain and start causing headaches instead.
The only way to stop medication-overuse headaches is to stop taking medication. This can be done either abruptly or gradually over time.

Complete Recovery from Migraine

Headaches come in all shapes and sizes, from sharp, stabbing pain to prolonged dull aches.
To steer clear of the more average kinds, it’s best to sleep well, avoid caffeine and get plenty of aerobic exercise.
For any more unusual symptoms, make sure to meet and talk to our doctors, who could help bring complete recovery from Headaches.

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Originally published at http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/03/health/migraines-cluster-headaches-most-painful/index.html

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Alzheimer’s disease can be prevented with right steps taken early on. Even the progress of disease further, can be stopped with our specially formulated Homeopathy treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. But reversal of symptoms can take longer and needs a lot of patience from the patient’s family. We have helped a lot of patients of Alzheimer’s disease with our CUREplus treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. Visit one of our Welling clinics or talk to our specialist for detailed assessment.

Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia but is not necessarily caused by the same factors which cause other forms of dementia. However, despite a considerable amount of research, the actual cause of the disease remains unknown. There is no single test to determine whether someone has Alzheimer’s disease.

People with memory loss or other possible warning signs of Alzheimer’s may find it hard to recognize they have a problem and may resist following up on their symptoms. Signs of dementia may be more obvious to family members or friends.

There is no single test that shows a person has Alzheimer’s. While physicians can almost always determine if a person has dementia, it may be difficult to determine the exact cause. Diagnosing Alzheimer’s requires careful medical evaluation, including:

  • A thorough medical history
  • Mental status and mood testing
  • A physical and neurological exam
  • Tests (such as blood tests and brain imaging) to rule out other causes of dementia-like symptoms
  • Having trouble with memory does not mean you have Alzheimer’s. Many health issues can cause problems with memory and thinking. When dementia-like symptoms are caused by treatable conditions — such as depression, drug interactions, thyroid problems, excess use of alcohol or certain vitamin deficiencies — they may be reversed.

Early Diagnosis & Treatment

What is most important is getting it diagnosed early from a specialist and getting started with the Welling Homeopathy treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.  We strongly believe, Homeopathy treatment is the only answer for long-term relief of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Is Migraine Curable? https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/is-migraine-curable/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/is-migraine-curable/#respond Mon, 04 Dec 2017 09:12:04 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/?p=15883 At Welling Clinics, we consult more than 10 patients daily with a migraine. In this year itself, we have managed more than 3200 patients. This shows the growing incidences of migraine and these are just that thought of Welling Homeopathy as their partner in the treatment of Migraine If you’ve never had a migraine, I have …

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At Welling Clinics, we consult more than 10 patients daily with a migraine. In this year itself, we have managed more than 3200 patients. This shows the growing incidences of migraine and these are just that thought of Welling Homeopathy as their partner in the treatment of Migraine
If you’ve never had a migraine, I have two things to say to you:

1) You’re damn lucky.
2) You can’t begin to imagine how awful they are.

Migraines are intense, debilitating headaches. The most common categories of migraine are those without aura (previously known as common migraines) and those with aura (previously known as classic migraines).

Migraines can begin in childhood or may not occur until early adulthood. Women are more likely than men to have migraines. Family history is one of the most common risk factors for having migraines.

Despite being the seventh leading cause of time spent disabled worldwide, migraine “has received relatively little attention as a major public health issue,” Dr. Andrew Charles, a California neurologist, wrote recently in The New England Journal of Medicine. It can begin in childhood, becoming more common in adolescence and peaking in prevalence at ages 35 to 39. It afflicts two to three times more women than men, and one woman in 25 has chronic migraines on more than 15 days a month.

What is the difference between a migraine and a headache?

A migraine is not just a headache, and attacks can include a variety of debilitating neurological symptoms. Head pain associated with a migraine is typically throbbing in nature and located on one side of the head. It is common to experience nausea and vomiting during migraine attacks, in addition to a wide variety of other symptoms.

Migraine triggers

People who experience migraines report various factors that are associated with them. These are called migraine triggers and may include:

  • emotional anxiety
  • contraceptives
  • alcohol
  • hormonal changes
  • menopause

Is Migraine Curable?

Yeah, migraine is completely curable with right Homeopathy treatment. We have developed a specially formulated Homeopathy treatment for a migraine that starts by reducing the episodes of headaches and gradually, the treatment helps you recover completely from Migraine attacks. Usually it takes 18-24 months but it can be earlier too. You can talk to our specialist to know more about our specially formulated treatment for a Migraine.

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pregnant photoIt’s probable that you may get pregnant almost instantly and bring in your bundle of joy home in a couple of months. From time to time, you don’t become pregnant almost instantly and will have to keep striving and wait patiently. Instead of stressing out yourself by waiting and always striving, you have the ability to do a couple of things that would raise your chances of becoming pregnant. Starting from modifications to your diet, lifestyle, natural remedies to routines you follow in maintaining physical relationship, there are plenty of things which you may do to improve your likelihood of becoming pregnant.
Below are a few techniques to increase chances of becoming pregnant.
Ways to increase chances of getting pregnant are: 

1.Do not wait for too long to start a family: A woman’s chances of becoming pregnant and her fertility rate declines because she gets older. Possessing a profession and some money in the bank before you’ve got a baby may seem very tempting but you also need to be worried about your biological clock ticking away. Attempt to get a strategy to support yourself and your baby and don’t set off having a baby or becoming pregnant because of want of money or safety.

2.Avoid stress: Don’t worry a lot about becoming pregnant. Give your body and mind time to adjust and relax as far as you can. Anxiety is a significant factor which can result in abortions or just not allow you to get pregnant. Don’t fall prey to family or social pressure to have a baby immediately. This will only cause you and your spouse a great deal of undue stress. Try meditation, yoga and other relaxation methods to de-stress and then attempt to become pregnant.

3.Have a pregnancy-friendly diet: There are lot of fruits and veggies like lettuce, pumpkinseeds, tomatoes, greens, pomegranates, apples, oranges and kiwi which may be immensely helpful to your health and also help you get pregnant. Whenever you’re attempting to become pregnant, steer clear of foods which may be detrimental to your body and pressure out you like extremely oily and fatty foods.

4.Have lots of sex: It’s by far the clearest thing which you’ll need to do. Rather than placing aside certain dates at which you’ll be ovulating and having sex just on these days, try having sex regular or whenever you two get the moment. It doesn’t need to be elaborate. A quickie here and you also ought to enough to help you get pregnant.

5.Change your lifestyle: If you’re attempting to become pregnant, then you’ll need to a great change in the way you live. If you’re a heavy smoker or a drinker, then you’ll need to prevent it completely as drinking and smoking may lessen your chances and also damage the fetus at the subsequent stages of pregnancy.

6.Start with HART™ Homeopathy treatment from Welling Clinics for faster natural conception. Meet our specialist today for a detailed assessment.

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6 Proven Ways In Our Patients To Fight Migraines Before and During Attacks https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/6-ways-to-fight-migraines-before-and-during-attacks/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/6-ways-to-fight-migraines-before-and-during-attacks/#respond Mon, 20 Nov 2017 08:18:55 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/?p=15614 We know, that breaking the cycle of stress, anxiety and migraine is not easy if you get frequent attacks. Just follow the steps below to manage your migraine pains temporarily and consult our specialist for a complete cure of Migraine. The anticipation of another attack can be stressful, especially when some of the warning symptoms …

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We know, that breaking the cycle of stress, anxiety and migraine is not easy if you get frequent attacks. Just follow the steps below to manage your migraine pains temporarily and consult our specialist for a complete cure of Migraine.

The anticipation of another attack can be stressful, especially when some of the warning symptoms (yawning, neck pain and more) begin. Stress is commonly regarded as a migraine trigger. If you can keep calm during an attack, you just might be able to make your pain less severe.

Stress can be a deceptive trigger. When you’re really stressed, you may get a migraine and assume that stress was the trigger to blame.  Sometimes it is, sometimes it isn’t the only trigger at play. If you’ve ever lost sleep, skipped a meal, tightened your muscles, clenched your teeth or even cried, those triggers could also be contributing to your migraine. All of these behaviours and symptoms can occur when you’re stressed. Because triggers are additive, it’s often hard to discern what’s really triggering your attack.

Maybe it’s ALL the ways your body reacts to stress that’s the problem. Try to tune into what’s happening, and consider these preventative ways to retrain your brain and body to react differently.

6 Ways to Keep Calm and Fight Migraines

1 – Stay Relaxed When Attacks Come

Remember, you are strong enough to endure another migraine, even if nothing seems to bring relief. You have survived migraines before and you can make it through this one. Try to stay calm and stop fighting what your body is demanding.  Let it go. Breathing exercises may help.

2 – Practice Patience

Patience is a requirement when coping with a chronic illness but it is definitely not easy to be patient when you are suffering and in pain. It takes time to accept that this is part of your life and learn to manage it. Accepting that perfection is not possible and embracing your life with a migraine takes time.

3 – Make Plans, But Differently

Walking away from school, work, plans and other obligations is difficult for planners. We feel that we are letting others down and also missing out on yet another thing. No one wants to cancel plans, but when Migraine forces us to do so at the last minute, it’s hard to keep calm. Here’s a better way to make plans.

4  – Develop Consistent Routines

Migraine brains crave consistency. Although it is hard to be regimented due to the unpredictable nature of our migraines, it’s essential. Stick to a consistent sleep, diet, exercise, hydration, and medication routine.

First, try to regulate your sleep.  It’s challenging because of medications and fatigue but it is helpful if your body has a “clock.” Next, make sure to keep water with you always, staying well hydrated — especially when you’re demanding more of your body or on hot days! Keep meals regular – do not skip, since this is a common migraine trigger. Pack a snack wherever you go.  Set alarms to make sure you don’t miss your medications. Finally, get some form of exercise every day that you’re able. Even a 10-minute walk or yoga is helpful. When I follow a consistent schedule, my migraines are less frequent and intense.

Don’t panic if life gets hectic and your routine gets disrupted. That’s life. Do your best and don’t punish yourself if you miss something. You don’t receive extra credit for needless suffering, you do enough suffering to last a lifetime.

5 – Plan Relaxation

Sounds like an oxymoron – which may be why so many of us suffer from attacks on the weekends. Try to relax, in whatever way work best for you. Make a date with yourself and plan it. Sing and dance, write, create, do yoga, workout, walk, play with your fur baby, get out with your loved ones, enjoy nature, get dressed up and feel pretty, cook…whatever floats YOUR boat. Let yourself enjoy your pain-free or low pain days to the best of your ability. Don’t give a second thought about the judgment of others. Those that truly love and support you will be happy to see you enjoying your good days.

6 – Embrace Your Awesomeness

Sometimes you have to look at the bigger picture. Yes, Chronic Migraine is a disability. However, having the brain of a migraine sufferer is both a curse and a blessing. A migraine sufferer’s brain is unique. We see the world in a rare way and have incredibly heightened senses, which leads to rare talents.

Explore those unique talents. In many ways, a migraine can be limiting, but if you learn to play to your strengths your migraine disability can become your ability. I truly believe everyone has a purpose, and everything in life happens for a reason. So ask yourself, why me? Why are migraines a part of my life journey? Learn to embrace this difficult time in your life. Because even this pain will be useful to you one day.

Further Reading Resources: Originally published at https://migraineagain.com/keep-calm-fight-migraine/

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12 Common Signs You May Have an Anxiety Disorder https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/12-signs-may-anxiety-disorder/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/12-signs-may-anxiety-disorder/#respond Sat, 18 Nov 2017 04:48:30 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/?p=15611 You might get nervous or anxious from time to time— when talking in public, for instance, or when going through stress in life. But for some people, however, anxiety becomes so frequent, or so forceful, that it begins to take over their lives. How can you tell if your everyday anxiety has crossed the line …

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You might get nervous or anxious from time to time— when talking in public, for instance, or when going through stress in life. But for some people, however, anxiety becomes so frequent, or so forceful, that it begins to take over their lives.

How can you tell if your everyday anxiety has crossed the line into a problematic disorder? We know, it’s not easy. Anxiety comes in many different forms—such as panic attacks, phobia, and social anxiety—and the distinction between an official diagnosis and “normal” anxiety isn’t always clear.

Here’s a start: If you experience any of the following symptoms on a regular basis, you may want to talk to our doctors for a detailed assessment and our specially formulated Homeopathy treatment for Anxiety Disorders.

Excessive worry

The hallmark of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)—the broadest type of anxiety—is worrying too much about everyday things, large and small. But what constitutes “too much”?

In the case of GAD, it means having persistent anxious thoughts on most days of the week, for six months. Also, the anxiety must be so bad that it interferes with daily life and is accompanied by noticeable symptoms, such as fatigue.

“The distinction between an anxiety disorder and just having normal anxiety is whether your emotions are causing a lot of suffering and dysfunction,” says Sally Winston, PsyD, co-director of the Anxiety and Stress Disorder Institute of Maryland in Towson.

Sleep problems

Trouble falling asleep or staying asleep is associated with a wide range of health conditions, both physical and psychological. And, of course, it’s not unusual to toss and turn with anticipation on the night before a big speech or job interview.

But if you chronically find yourself lying awake, worried or agitated—about specific problems (like money), or nothing in particular—it might be a sign of an anxiety disorder. By some estimates, fully half of all people with GAD experience sleep problems.

Another tip-off that anxiety might be involved? You wake up feeling wired, your mind is racing, and you’re unable to calm yourself down.

Irrational Fears

Some anxiety isn’t generalized at all; on the contrary, it’s attached to a specific situation or thing—like flying, animals, or crowds. If the fear becomes overwhelming, disruptive, and way out of proportion to the actual risk involved, it’s a telltale sign of phobia, a type of anxiety disorder.

Although phobias can be crippling, they’re not obvious at all times. In fact, they may not surface until you confront a specific situation and discover you’re incapable of overcoming your fear. “A person who’s afraid of snakes can go for years without having a problem,” Winston says. “But then suddenly their kid wants to go camping, and they realize they need treatment.”

Muscle Tension

Near-constant muscle tension—whether it consists of clenching your jaw, balling your fists, or flexing muscles throughout your body—often accompanies anxiety disorders. This symptom can be so persistent and pervasive that people who have lived with it for a long time may stop noticing it after a while.

Regular exercise can help keep muscle tension under control, but the tension may flare up if an injury or other unforeseen event disrupts a person’s workout habits, Winston says. “Suddenly they’re a wreck, because they can’t handle their anxiety in that way and now they’re incredibly restless and irritable.”

Chronic Indigestion

Anxiety may start in the mind, but it often manifests itself in the body through physical symptoms, like chronic digestive problems. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a condition characterized by stomachaches, cramping, bloating, gas, constipation, and/or diarrhea, “is basically an anxiety in the digestive tract,” Winston says.

IBS isn’t always related to anxiety, but the two often occur together and can make each other worse. The gut is very sensitive to psychological stress—and, vice versa, the physical and social discomfort of chronic digestive problems can make a person feel more anxious.

Stage Fright

Most people get at least a few butterflies before addressing a group of people or otherwise being in the spotlight. But if the fear is so strong that no amount of coaching or practice will alleviate it, or if you spend a lot of time thinking and worrying about it, you may have a form of social anxiety disorder (also known as social phobia).

People with social anxiety tend to worry for days or weeks leading up to a particular event or situation. And if they do manage to go through with it, they tend to be deeply uncomfortable and may dwell on it for a long time afterward, wondering how they were judged.

Self-consciousness

Social anxiety disorder doesn’t always involve speaking to a crowd or being the center of attention. In most cases, the anxiety is provoked by everyday situations such as making one-on-one conversation at a party, or eating and drinking in front of even a small number of people.

In these situations, people with social anxiety disorder tend to feel like all eyes are on them, and they often experience blushing, trembling, nausea, profuse sweating, or difficulty talking. These symptoms can be so disruptive that they make it hard to meet new people, maintain relationships, and advance at work or in school.

Panic

Panic attacks can be terrifying: Picture a sudden, gripping feeling of fear and helplessness that can last for several minutes, accompanied by scary physical symptoms such as breathing problems, a pounding or racing heart, tingling or numb hands, sweating, weakness or dizziness, chest pain, stomach pain, and feeling hot or cold.

Not everyone who has a panic attack has an anxiety disorder, but people who experience them repeatedly may be diagnosed with panic disorder. People with panic disorder live in fear about when, where, and why their next attack might happen, and they tend to avoid places where attacks have occurred in the past.

Flashbacks

Reliving a disturbing or traumatic event—a violent encounter, the sudden death of a loved one—is a hallmark of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which shares some features with anxiety disorders. (Until very recently, in fact, PTSD was seen as a type of anxiety disorder rather than a stand-alone condition.)

But flashbacks may occur with other types of anxiety as well. Some research, including a 2006 study in the Journal of Anxiety Disorders, suggests that some people with social anxiety have PTSD-like flashbacks of experiences that might not seem obviously traumatic, such as being publicly ridiculed. These people may even avoid reminders of the experience—another symptom reminiscent of PTSD.

Perfectionism

The finicky and obsessive mindset known as perfectionism “goes hand in hand with anxiety disorders,” Winston says. “If you are constantly judging yourself or you have a lot of anticipatory anxiety about making mistakes or falling short of your standards, then you probably have an anxiety disorder.”

Perfectionism is especially common in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), which, like PTSD, has long been viewed as an anxiety disorder. “OCD can happen subtly, like in the case of somebody who can’t get out of the house for three hours because their makeup has to be absolutely just right and they have to keep starting over,” Winston says.

Compulsive Behaviors

In order to be diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, a person’s obsessiveness and intrusive thoughts must be accompanied by compulsive behavior, whether it’s mental (telling yourself It’ll be all right over and over again) or physical (hand-washing, straightening items).

Obsessive thinking and compulsive behavior become a full-blown disorder when the need to complete the behaviors—also known as “rituals”—begins to drive your life, Winston says. “If you like your radio at volume level 3, for example, and it breaks and gets stuck on 4, would you be in a total panic until you could get it fixed?”

Self-doubt

Persistent self-doubt and second-guessing is a common feature of anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder and OCD. In some cases, the doubt may revolve around a question that’s central to a person’s identity, like “What if I’m gay?” or “Do I love my husband as much as he loves me?”
In OCD, Winston says, these “doubt attacks” are especially common when a question is unanswerable. People with OCD “think, ‘If only I would know 100% for sure whether I was gay or straight, either one would be fine,’ but they have this intolerance for uncertainty that turns the question into an obsession,” she says.

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Foods You Must Avoid If You Have IBS https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/foods-you-must-avoid-if-you-have-ibs/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/foods-you-must-avoid-if-you-have-ibs/#respond Fri, 17 Nov 2017 09:58:22 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/?p=15603 IBS can be really troubling health issue. Anyone who suffers from IBS will understand how annoying it is, heavy bloating and discomfort after almost every damn meal. If you are one of them the you should meet our experts at Welling Clinics for a detailed assessment and for our specially formulated Homeopathy treatment for IBS. …

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IBS can be really troubling health issue. Anyone who suffers from IBS will understand how annoying it is, heavy bloating and discomfort after almost every damn meal.

If you are one of them the you should meet our experts at Welling Clinics for a detailed assessment and for our specially formulated Homeopathy treatment for IBS.

We’ve heard before that cutting certain foods out of your diet won’t necessarily help to stop IBS. It’s important to understand that IBS can cause different symptoms for different people. Sufferers can react to different foods so there is no one-size-fits-all diet when it comes to IBS.

If you’ve got a sensitive gut, the chances are you’ll react to most foods, but keeping a food diary is the best way to work out by process of elimination which ones might flare up your IBS more than others. Not everyone will react to every food on the list below advising people not to cut out everything because that could leave you eating a very restrictive diet.

Here are some of the worst offending foods (and drinks) when it comes to flaring up IBS:

1. Onions

Onions have been singled out because of how gassy they are, but they aren’t the only veg that’s guilty of that – cauliflower and Brussels sprouts are too. The issues arise because some IBS sufferers have difficulty fully digesting these foods, meaning they pass into the large bowel where they are digested by the bacteria that we all have living in bowel. A by- product of this digestion is gas, which can cause bloating and pain.

2. Spicy foods

This one’s probably kind of obvious. It’s well known that chilli can irritate the lining of the gut, but it also speeds up gut transit time, increasing the risk of diarrhoea and pain.

3. Fizzy Drinks

Fizzy drinks = gas. Gas = an increased risk of bloating. That’s just how it is, unfortunately.

4. High fibre foods

High fibre foods are notorious for getting your bowels moving, which is good in most instances, but not always if you’ve got IBS. Lentils, baked beans, wholemeal bread and wholegrain cereals are all examples of high fibre foods, for some IBS sufferers, a high fibre diet can help ease symptoms like constipation, but for others high fibre foods can be a trigger because they can irritate the gut lining and can be difficult to digest. For this reason, the nutritionist advises to introduce more fibrous foods into your diet gradually if you’re currently eating a relatively low fibre diet – it’ll give your body time to adapt.

5. Sugar free sweets and gum

It might feel harmless, chewing a bit of sugar-free gum, but this can be one of the worst culprits for causing someone to bloat and experience IBS symptoms. This is because sugar-free sweets and gum often contain sorbitol or other sugar substitutes which people with IBS find hard to digest.

6. Alcohol

Alcohol can irritate the lining of the gut and affect motility (an organism’s ability to move food through its digestive tract) as well as the permeability of the gut lining. She advised sufferers to avoid alcohol if possible, or to limit your intake to no more than 2 units a day, while ensuring you have at least 2 alcohol free days a week.

7. Fatty foods

They might be the tastiest, but high fat meals (think cheesy goodness, basically) can slow down gut motility and reduce the body’s ability to get rid of gas. That means it builds up in the digestive tract, causing bloating and pain.

8. Caffeine

You might rely on your daily coffee like it’s oxygen, but caffeine can be a no-no for some IBS sufferers. The reason being, caffeine causes increase in gastric acid secretion, which can have a laxative effect. If you’re affected in this way, the nutritionist advises limiting your intake of caffeinated drinks to no more than 3 cups (or 2 mugs) day, and reminds us that caffeine can also be found in plain chocolate, energy drinks and cold remedies.

9. Lactose /dairy products

Milk and dairy products contain a type of sugar called lactose which needs to be broken down by the enzyme lactase before it can be absorbed. But when a person’s gut lining is damaged, it’s common to lose the ability to produce lactase which means that the body can’t digest or absorb lactose. This, in turn, means it passes into the large bowel – much like what happens with veg like onions and cauliflower – where the bacteria digesting it produces gas.

10. Foods containing FODMAPs

If you’re none-the-wiser about what FODMAPs are, they’re “foods which contain fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols”. Still no clue? They include garlic, bananas, wheat, apples and more.

Remember, just because a particular food or food group might cause your IBS to flare up, doesn’t mean you have an allergy to it – that’s a different thing entirely. But eliminating or reducing certain foods your gut is sensitive to could be one way to reduce the effects of IBS in your everyday life.

And how best to manage your IBS:

  • Eat regularly: Have three small meals with a couple of healthy snacks between. Skipping meals and leaving long gaps between meals can affect gut mobility, making it sluggish and increasing the risk of constipation. One study found that subjects with irregular eating habits were 3.2 times more likely to suffer from IBS than those with regular eating habits.
  • Avoid large/heavy meals: This can overload the gut, increasing the risk of bloating and diarrhoea. IBS is between 2-4 times more common in binge eaters.

Originally published at http://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/body/diet-nutrition/a13057878/foods-to-avoid-ibs/

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Back pain: YOU could be suffering from THESE diseases. https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/back-pain-you-could-be-suffering-from-these-diseases/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/back-pain-you-could-be-suffering-from-these-diseases/#respond Tue, 14 Nov 2017 07:35:22 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/?p=14864 Back pain and neck pain are some of the pains that can easily disturb our daily working. Knowing the cause is the first step in getting rid of the pain. Further, whatever the root cause of your pain, the specially formulated homeopathy treatment for you can help you recover from any type of back pain …

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Back pain and neck pain are some of the pains that can easily disturb our daily working. Knowing the cause is the first step in getting rid of the pain. Further, whatever the root cause of your pain, the specially formulated homeopathy treatment for you can help you recover from any type of back pain at the earliest. Visit one of our clinics for a detailed assessment and complete cure.

Back pain: A slipped disc can affect the sciatic nerve

Pain in the lower back – also known as lumbago – is particularly common, although it can be felt anywhere along the spine – from the neck down to the hips.

In most cases the pain isn’t caused by anything serious and will usually get better over time – it could be caused by a pulled muscle or as a result of having slept in a more unusual position.

Most back pain does not have an obvious causes or originate from joints, bones or soft tissue around the spine.

This tends to get better or worse depending on position – can develop suddenly or gradually and can be as a result of poor posture or lifting something awkwardly.

However it may be due to a minor injury such as sprain caused by a strained ligament or strain, pulled muscle.

Back pain: Breast, neck and muscle problems are very common

There are five key medical conditions which can cause back pain.
These include:

A slipped disc

A slipped disc of cartilage in the spine pressing on a nerve can cause back pain and numbness, tingling and weakness in other parts of the body.

The sciatic nerve is often affected in cases of slipped disc.

Sciatica
Sciatica is caused by irritation of the sciatic nerve – the longest nerve in the body which runs from the back of the pelvis through the buttocks and down each leg to the feet.(

This can cause pain, numbness, tingling and weakness in the lower back, buttocks, legs and feet.

It usually happens when one of the shock-absorbing discs that sits between the bones of the spine bulges – or ‘slips’ – and then presses on the nerve.

Ankylosing spondylitis

Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a chronic condition in which the spine and other areas of the body become inflamed – or swollen.

The condition causes pain and stiffness that’s usually worse in the morning and improves with movement,

Spondylolisthesis

Spondylolisthesis is where a bone in the spine (vertebra) slips out of position, either forwards or backwards.

It’s most common in the lower back (lumbar spine), but it can also occur in the mid to upper back (thoracic spine) or the neck (cervical spine).

Back pain: Sciatica is caused by an irritation of the sciatic nerve

The condition can cause lower back pain and stiffness, as well as numbness and tingling.

Very rarely, back pain can be a sign of a serious problem such as a broken bone in the spine, an infection, cauda equina syndrome (where the nerves in the lower back become severely compressed) or cancer.

Back, neck and muscle problems led to a staggering 31 million days of work being lost last year, according to one study.

The condition is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide and is commonly managed temporarily by prescribing medicines such as anti-inflammatories.

Whatever the root cause of your pain, the specially formulated homeopathy treatment for you can help you recover from any type of back pain at the earliest. Visit one of our clinics for a detailed assessment and complete cure.

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8 Early Signs Of Lung Cancer All Woman Should Know https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/8-early-signs-of-lung-cancer-all-woman-should-know/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/8-early-signs-of-lung-cancer-all-woman-should-know/#respond Mon, 13 Nov 2017 10:46:26 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/?p=15567 Lung cancer is one of the most common cancer in India in both men and women, but get very less importance for awareness as compared to other cancers. To know more about our cancer speciality homeopathy treatment for lung cancer visit one of our clinics in Mumbai. Lung cancer can be extremely serious and even …

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Lung cancer is one of the most common cancer in India in both men and women, but get very less importance for awareness as compared to other cancers.

To know more about our cancer speciality homeopathy treatment for lung cancer visit one of our clinics in Mumbai.

Lung cancer can be extremely serious and even fatal, but knowing the signs and symptoms is vital to catching it early enough to be treated.

Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women.  Men have a 1 in 14 chance of developing lung cancer. But did you know that a woman’s risk is 1 in 17. While smoking greatly increases the risk of developing lung cancer, these statistics include both smokers and non-smokers.

1. A Cough That Won’t Subside
Coughing is usually associated with a cold or respiratory infection, these illnesses usually go away within a week or two. A persistent cough that won’t go away may be a sign of lung cancer, especially if a cough continues to get worse.

2. Changes in Cough

If you’re coughing more often and your cough feels deeper or has a hoarse sound, it’s time to visit a doctor. Other cough symptoms that may be associated with lung cancer are coughing up blood or more mucus than usual.

3. Breathing Difficulty
If lung cancer blocks or narrows an airway, or if fluid from a lung tumor begins to build up in the chest, you’ll experience shortness of breath. If you become winded by carrying groceries, walking short distances or performing normal household tasks, make an appointment with a healthcare professional.

4. Chest Pain
Lung cancer can lead to pain in the chest, shoulders or back. Whether the pain is sharp and consistent or dull and off-and-on, be sure to tell your doctor right away. Chest pain can be indicative of many health problems, including lung cancer.

5. Wheezing
When airways become blocked, restricted or inflamed, you’ll notice a wheezing or whistling sound when breathing. Wheezing can also be a sign of asthma or allergies, but it’s best to have a health care professional find out for sure.

6. Raspy, Hoarse Voice
If you begin to notice a change in your voice — a deeper, raspier or more hoarse tone — make an appointment with a doctor. Hoarseness can be caused by a cold, but if this symptom is persistent, it can be related to lung cancer.

7. Unexplained Weight Loss
Most of us gain and lose here and there, but an unexplained weight loss of ten pounds or more may be associated with health problems, including lung cancer. Cancer cells can use up energy in the body and even shift the way the body uses food for energy. If you haven’t done anything to lose weight and you’ve dropped a significant amount, there might be a problem.

8. Bone Pain
Lung cancer may 
not present many symptoms until it has spread. Cancer that has spread to the bones may produce pain in the back or in other areas of the body. It may also worsen at night. Lung cancer is also associated with shoulder, arm or neck pain. If you’re experiencing something more than minor aches, it’s time to consult a professional.

Learn more about the signs of lung cancer in the video below!

Originally published at http://goodfullness.com/8-early-warning-signs-lung-cancer-woman-know/

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Is Your Leg Pain Really Sciatica — or Something Else? https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/leg-pain-really-sciatica-something-else/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/blog/leg-pain-really-sciatica-something-else/#respond Sat, 11 Nov 2017 08:31:16 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/?p=15547 When pain radiating down your leg makes walking, sitting or standing up a challenge, you may have sciatica. You will need the specially formulated Homeopathy treatment for Sciatica for complete recovery. Or you may have a problem that mimics sciatica. Many different problems cause pain and weakness or numbness in the hip, leg and ankle. …

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When pain radiating down your leg makes walking, sitting or standing up a challenge, you may have sciatica. You will need the specially formulated Homeopathy treatment for Sciatica for complete recovery.

Or you may have a problem that mimics sciatica.

Many different problems cause pain and weakness or numbness in the hip, leg and ankle.

6 Common Causes of Sciatica

The following conditions can put pressure on your sciatic nerve:

1. Herniated disk. When a disk (often described as the shock absorber) between the bones of the lower spine bulges inward or outward, it can press on one of the nerves making up the sciatic nerve

This is one of the most common causes of sciatica and occurs more often in younger patients. However, herniated disks are not a concern unless they compress a nerve and cause symptoms.

2. Lumbar spinal stenosis. A collapsing disc and/or buckling of ligaments that support the spine can narrow the canal through which the nerves pass.

Degenerative changes in the spine sometimes cause bony outgrowths that can irritate or compress the nerve(s).

3. Spondylolisthesis. Here, the spinal vertebrae slip out of alignment. Degenerative disk disease, previous spine injuries, prior spine surgery and physical stress to the spine are common causes.

Young gymnasts, divers and other athletes who hyperextend their backs are at risk of spondylolisthesis. Lifting weights also stresses the spine, as does obesity because extra weight pulls on the spine.

4. Trauma. Car accidents, falls and sports injuries that cause tissue damage can compress the sciatic nerve.

5. Piriformis syndrome. About 15 to 25 percent of sciatica patients have this syndrome. Injury, stress or tightness in the buttock’s piriformis muscle compress the sciatic nerve, causing symptoms. Piriformis syndrome is a similar, but different, problem that is treated differently.

6. Spinal tumors. These can compress one of the nerves exiting the spine or the sciatic nerve, producing pain in the thigh, hip and groin. But spinal tumors aren’t that common and rarely cause symptoms below the knee.

3 Problems Mistaken For Sciatica

These conditions create leg and foot pain and may be mistaken for sciatica. But they are not caused by sciatic nerve compression: 

1.Peripheral vascular disease. Narrowing of the leg’s blood vessels restricts blood flow and may cause pain and muscle cramps.

As with sciatica, vascular disease can make walking distances difficult.

2. Peripheral neuropathy. Diabetes, alcoholism and other medical conditions can damage small nerves in the extremities.

Like sciatica, peripheral neuropathy can cause burning, jabbing pain, tingling and numbness in the lower leg and foot.

3. Peroneal neuropathy. Injury to the common peroneal nerve, which runs below the knee on the outside of the leg, may cause the weakness and foot drop sometimes seen with sciatica.

When we see this, we have to determine whether it comes from a peripheral or a spinal nerve.

How to find out if leg pain is sciatica

If you’re unsure about whether your leg pain is sciatica, talk to our specialists at Welling Clinic through the chat below.

We will review your health history and if you can visit us personally at one of our clinics, we would do a physical exam. Imaging studies, and in some cases, electromyography (EMG) can help to pinpoint the source of your pain.

Surgery is rarely considered unless bowel or bladder problems develop, pain worsens or weakness becomes prominent.

Resources: Originally published at https://health.clevelandclinic.org/2017/10/is-your-leg-pain-caused-by-sciatica-or-something-else/

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