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Living with Lyme disease

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Ben Smyth who lives in Kinvara had always been healthy and rarely visited his doctor. However, everything was to change at the end of August 2006 when the father of three adult children became ill. He initially began to complain of a “pinch-like feeling” on the instep of his right foot.

Improving circulation

We have 100,000 miles of blood vessels in a complex network throughout our body. Pharmacist Eamonn Brady from Whelehans Pharmacy explains that symptoms of poor circulation can include cold hands, pins and needles in hands and feet, numbness, varicose veins, leg cramps, heavy feeling in the limbs, and swollen ankles

Foods that improve your circulation

Do you suffer from any of the following conditions: cold hands, pins and needles in hands and feet, numbness, varicose veins, leg cramps, heavy feeling in the limbs, or swollen ankles?

Do you suffer from poor circulation?

Pharmacist Eamonn Brady from Whelehans Pharmacy in Mullingar explains that there is no specific condition called ‘poor circulation’. There are many different causes of poor circulation. Symptoms of these conditions vary from ‘cold hands’, pins and needles in hands and feet, numbness, varicose veins, leg cramps, a heavy feeling in the limbs, and swollen ankles, right up to very serious conditions such as leg ulcers, gangrene, kidney failure, and brain aneurisms.

Do you suffer with circulation problems?

Did you know? We have 100,000 miles of blood vessels in a complex network throughout our body. Vascular disease includes any condition that affects your circulatory system including diseases of arteries, veins, and lymph vessels, as well as blood disorders that affect circulation. These include: peripheral artery disease, renal artery disease, varicose veins, venous blood clots, aneurism, Raynaud’s disease, peripheral venous disease, and erectile dysfunction.

Living with fibromyalgia

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Cindy Park was aged 31 when she was diagnosed with a condition which she says today has robbed her of four years of her life.

Back and neck pain

The increased sedentary nature of our lifestyle has led to a marked increase in the incidence of spinal pain. With a neck problem you could experience pain in your neck, shoulder, mid-back, arm or headaches. Likewise with a back problem you could experience pain in your back, groin, hip or leg. These symptoms may be caused by an injury to any of the following:

Back pain linked to financial stress

During this period of financial and economic uncertainty, symptoms such as lower back pain can be quite common. The reason for this is that when we are under a certain amount of stress we tend to hold our posture in a slouched or abnormal position. The constant worry and the mere uncertainty of not knowing what the future may bring manifests itself in the body, and particularly the lower back.

Corofin will have it all to do to defeat Crokes

We all remember different defeats with more emotion than others. Some leave a very raw scar that takes a long time to heal.

All Ireland club championship tops the list this weekend

We all remember different defeats with more emotion than others. Some leave a very raw scar that takes a long time to heal. It may be from a game that annoyed you intensely, or 60 minutes you would love to have re-lived again.

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