All you need to know about psoriasis

All you need to know about psoriasis

Armony in health Jan 19, 2018 0

Psoriasis is a condition that affects 2% of the world’s population, and still very little is known about it....
To your bone health: Calcium and vitamin D

To your bone health: Calcium and vitamin D

Armony in health Jan 6, 2018 0

To keep the bones strong, a diet that includes the proper amounts of calcium, vitamin D and proteins is...
Dizziness or vertigo, what is the difference?

Dizziness or vertigo, what is the difference?

Armony in health Jan 5, 2018 0

While other causes and symptoms are very different, both conditions can be confused with one another. Learn how to...
All you need to know about psoriasis

All you need to know about psoriasis

Armony in health 19 January, 2018 0

Psoriasis is a condition that affects 2% of the world’s population, and still very little is known about it. Understanding it is a fundamental part of not isolating those who suffer from it.

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To your bone health: Calcium and vitamin D

To your bone health: Calcium and vitamin D

Armony in health 6 January, 2018 0

To keep the bones strong, a diet that includes the proper amounts of calcium, vitamin D and proteins is fundamental.

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Dizziness or vertigo, what is the difference?

Dizziness or vertigo, what is the difference?

Armony in health 5 January, 2018 0

While other causes and symptoms are very different, both conditions can be confused with one another. Learn how to identify them and what to do when they occur.

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How to detect heart arrhythmias

How to detect heart arrhythmias

Armony in health 1 January, 2018 0

Arrhythmias are problems with your heart rate that may be related with having other diseases. The key is in prevention.

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Folate: Essential for humans

Folate: Essential for humans

All natural 3 December, 2017 0

Folate and folic acid are different forms of Vitamin B.  The first is found naturally in food.  The second is the synthetic form, which is usually found in supplements.

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Processed and  ultra-processed foods: knowing how to choose

Choosing the right foods and learning how to include them in your diet is the secret to preventing them from harming the body.

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Parents and children: parents, not friends!

Parents and children: parents, not friends!

Armony in health 1 December, 2017 0

When it comes to raising children with rules and values, having authority and being able to teach are non-negotiable aspects, and are things that friends cannot provide.

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Treat hoarseness to prevent even bigger problems

Treat hoarseness to prevent even bigger problems

Armony in health 1 December, 2017 0

Hoarseness happens when you have challenges producing sound when speaking.

According to the MedlinePlus webpage, this condition is most often caused by a problem in the vocal cords, which are located in the throat and are part of the larynx. While it also may be the symptom of a cold or sinus infection, it usually disappears on its own within a couple of weeks.

If the discomfort does not go away by then, the patient should visit a doctor to rule out other potential conditions, including laryngeal cancer. Additionally, if a person has difficulty breathing or swallowing or if hoarseness is accompanied by drooling, particularly in a small child, a specialist should be seen. You can also be interesting:Allergies an overreaction in your system.

Some measures to help relieve this problem include:

  • Talk only when you need to until the hoarseness disappears.
  •    Drink plenty of liquids to help keep your airways moist.
  •    Use a vaporizer to increase the humidity in the air you breathe.
  •    Avoid actions that strain the vocal chords such as whispering, shouting, crying, and singing.
  •  Take medications to reduce stomach acid if hoarseness is related to gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
  •    Do not use decongestants that may dry the vocal cords.
  •    If you smoke, reduce or stop this practice, at least until the hoarseness disappears.
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Sleep apnea may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s

Sleep apnea may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s

Armony in health 28 November, 2017 0

If your sleep is constantly interrupted by a condition called sleep apnea, you are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s.

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Proper riding posture

Proper riding posture

All natural 25 November, 2017 0

There are many health benefits to riding a bike, but it can be a risky activity if it is not done appropriately.

The following video show the best ways to avoid injury and improve your performance.

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