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Haemochromatosis is a common genetic disorder leading to the accumulation of excess iron in the body. Symptoms vary and include fatigue, joint pain, erectile dysfunction, and a darkening or bronzing of the skin. A doctor’s consultation to discuss symptoms and family history, and blood tests are the first steps in screening for haemochromatosis.
An Athlone-based PhD candidate is using augmented reality (AR) to help cure people of walking abnormalities which, if left untreated, can lead to “wear and tear” arthritis and serious injuries.
During stressful times it is easy to reach for treats like crisps and chocolate to feel good and self soothe. But don’t be tempted to fill your body with only comfort food. In the long term, it causes more harm than good. Eating lots of fried food such as chips, sugary food such as biscuits, bread and pasta in large amounts, or drinking alcohol in excess will damage the liver and slow the metabolism, leading to weight gain, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and even diabetes and osteoporosis.
Are you looking forward to spring and feeling more energetic? Most people feel tired and sluggish after the winter; it is time to get your mental, physical, and emotional health balanced with Plexus Bio Energy
Sulphur is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body and it play’s a very important role in the body’s organs and systems.
Frequency therapy is an approach to healing that differs from conventional medicine. It is free from side-effects and, in fact, all that is involved in the therapy is that the client lies on a special mat for a period of 15 minutes.
Frequency Relaxation Therapy is an approach to healing that differs from conventional medicine. It is free from side-effects and, in fact, all that is involved in the therapy is that the client lies on a special mat for a period of 15 minutes.
Normally, once you have been diagnosed with rheumatic disorders such as arthritis, neck/back pains from disc problems, fibromyalgia, etc, you will be told to “live with” these diseases, take drugs that may risk some unexpected, even dangerous, side effects, change your lifestyle, and even accept loss of mobility. In addition, the long-term pain may also cause related psychiatric symptoms including anxiety and depression, which are recognised as chronic pain syndrome.