Thyroid Disorders (Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism)

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Symptoms

 Hypothyroidism can cause fatigue, weight gain, headaches, anemia, acne, eczema, chronic infection, psoriasis, menstrual disorders (including pain during menstruation), depression, poor circulation, and sensitivity to cold.

Hyperthyroidism (also known as Grave’s disease) causes insomnia, weakness, sweating, hyperactivity, weight loss, sensitivity to heat, tremor, bulging of the eyes, and frozen expression. The thyroid gland, found at the base […]

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Kidney Disease

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Symptoms

Chills, fever, low back pain, bladder irritation, pain on urination (dysuria), frequency, and possible edema. Each acute episode causes some permanent kidney damage.

What is Kidney Disease?

From Modern Western Medicine

There are many disorders that affect the kidneys. High blood pressure damages the nephrons, or the functional unit of the kidneys, but nephritic damage can also result from […]

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Heart Disease

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Symptoms

Heart disease is known as the silent killer because it is very often presents no external symptoms before a heart attack strikes that could be fatal. When symptoms do appear, they can include angina (gripping pain around the heart), difficulty breathing, cold hands and feet (from poor circulation), fatigue, dizziness, inability to think clearly, pain in […]

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Dizziness

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Symptoms

Loss of equilibrium, with light-headedness, a sensation of spinning, often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, sweating, or fainting.

 

What is Dizziness?

From Modern Western Medicine

Harmless in most cases, dizziness usually is caused by a momentary decline in the blood pressure of the brain brought on when one gets up quickly from a sitting or lying position. Such sudden drops […]

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Circulation

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Symptoms

Poor circulation can manifest as cold fingers and toes, frequent bruising, infection, numbness in the joints and digits, and pain. In the extreme, it can lead to claudication, gangrene, amputation, blindness, senility, heart attack, and stroke.

 

What is Poor Circulation?

From Modern Western Medicine

Poor circulation—or insufficient blood to the organs, tissues, and cells—can be caused from a high-fat […]

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Blood Pressure

By |2018-04-03T19:35:31+00:00March 1st, 2011|Categories: Natural Healing Encyclopedia|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Symptoms

High blood pressure is referred to as the silent killer because very often there are no symptoms associated with the disorder. Severe high blood pressure, also called malignant hypertension, can cause hemorrhages of the small blood vessels, headaches, vomiting, visual impairment, blindness, convulsions, paralysis, and coma. However, even mild to moderate high blood pressure is associated […]

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