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Experience the many wonderful healing benefits of massage therapy — an ancient art of natural medicine practised for thousands of years — with Helen Momo at Indigo Holistic Healing Centre.
Does spring bring with it the miseries of hay fever? If you have the yearly running nose, watering eyes, and sneezing problems, it can spoil anything from football to a walk in the local park. You can control these symptoms with conventional medicine but as soon as it wears off, the problem returns, often year after year.
The exact cause of asthma is not known. According to the 2002 AIRI report, 470,000 people have asthma in Ireland, meaning approximately one in eight suffer from it. Ireland has the fourth highest prevalence of asthma in the world after Australia, New Zealand, and the UK.
Over the coming weeks Lynda McFarland from Athlone Nutrition Clinic will offer quick and easy recipes and advice to incorporate into your daily regime to help you feel and look great.
What do food intolerances, allergies, IBS, cancer, asthma, hayfever, coeliac disease, behavioural issues, and countless other increasingly common conditions all have in common? They are all symptoms of immune system dysfunction. Not many people realise this but approximately 70 per cent of our immune system resides in the gut, which is why probiotics — ‘good’ bacteria — has become such a buzzword in recent times, and need to be replaced after taking a course of antibiotics. Many people develop food intolerances or are even diagnosed with coeliac disease after suffering from viruses or similar immune dysfunction. This is because the good flora in the gut, which is so important for healthy digestion, has often been affected by the illness or even the medication for treating it.
The summer months are fast approaching and for many thousands of people this signals the return of hayfever season. Hayfever, also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis, is a common condition that affects approximately one in five people and arises from an allergy to airborne substances such as grass or hay pollen.
Connie Menezes, a registered homeopath will this week explain to Mayo Advertiser readers how homeopathic medicine works.