Archive | November, 2017

iliopsoas bursitis

Remedies for iliopsoas bursitis

Iliopsoas bursitis is an inflammatory condition that affects the muscles and bursa in the hip/groin areas. It is usually caused by repetitive flexion of the hip or bending in activities such as dancing, running, gymnastics and track and field. Pain can be felt in the front area of the hip and groin area that spreads […]

bunions

Ways of treating bunions

Bunions are a bony developments on the interior of the foot, at the bottom of the big toe. It is due to arthritic deviations in the foot or abnormal structure of the bone. Bunions are chronic sprains on the joint that pushes the big toe towards the 2nd toe, and result to crowding and deformity […]

endometriosis

Dealing with endometriosis

Endometriosis is the abnormal growth of endometrial tissue on the outside of the uterus. Endometrial tissue is shed every month during the monthly period. Endometriosis occurs when the endometrium grows on the bowel, ovaries and the tissues that line the pelvis. The hormonal change of the menstrual cycle affects the endometrial tissue that will result […]

baker’s cyst

How to treat baker’s cyst

A baker’s cyst is cysts filled with fluid that causes a bulge and a feeling tightness at the back of the knee. The pain becomes worse when fully flexing or extending the knee during activities. This condition is also called a popliteal cyst due to problems of the joints of the knee such as arthritis […]

heart palpitations

Remedies for heart palpitations

Heart palpitations are sensations that the heart has skipped a beat or added an extra beating. Generally, there is a feeling that the heart is pounding, racing or fluttering. These sensations can be felt in the throat, neck, or chest. Heart rhythm can change during palpitations. Symptoms of heart palpitations At first, fluttering Skipping beats […]

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