Back pian, neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, RSI, leg pain, knee pain, sciaitca, tension myosistis syndrome, numbness, tingling,
Back pian, neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, RSI, leg pain, knee pain, sciaitca, tension myosistis syndrome, numbness, tingling,
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Four Steps to Stop Acid Reflux

Stress and tension can affect the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and lead to various symptoms, including acid reflux, gastritis, and irritable bowel syndrome. When I was going through my ordeal with chronic pain and disability, I also suffered from a severe case of gastritis. I attributed it to my use of prescription and over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications. My gastritis was so severe that if I looked at a glass of orange juice or thought of foods with tomatoes in them, like spaghetti sauce, my stomach would hurt. However, it appears that tension myositis syndrome (TMS) could have been the real cause of my gastritis because just a few days into my rapid recovery from back pain, sciati

Relief From A Toothache in Two Steps.

It was Friday evening when one of my front teeth (tooth #7) began to ache. It was a throbbing pain. It was 8 out of 10 level pain. Here I was right before a long 4th of July weekend and my tooth hurts a lot. Knowing my dentist was most likely away until Wednesday, the last thing I wanted to do was to see a different dentist. For that matter, as much as I like my dentists, to see a dentist at all! Was it TMS or something else? I had been eating a lot of summer fruits: figs, watermelons, even dried apricots. This was much more carbs that I usually eat. Could this be why? So, the first thing I did was to eliminate all fruits and carbs out of my diet. Additionally, I placed ½ teaspoon of colloid

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