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Exercise is excellent for lowering high blood pressure levels because it helps reverse hypertension. You do have to be careful though, so always check with your doctor so they can monitor your heart health.

To get started, walking is still helpful, however aerobic activity that gets your heart rate up is beneficial...just don't overdo it. Don't go from no exercise to strenuous activities overnight. Again, check with your doctor for your own monitoring and progress.

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If you have high blood pressure, here are 5 diet tips to help lower your high blood pressure starting right now! This article covers salt, water, vitamins and minerals and more. Don't you love knowing you can help yourself naturally.

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Natural remedies for headaches...tension, migraine and cluster headaches. I give my own solution for getting rid of my migraines. I suffered with them most of my life, but haven't had one now for a few years. I am so relieved I found a way to stop them! I hope I can help you too.

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12 Different Types of Diabetes

Most of us have heard of type 1 and type 11 diabetes, however there are actually eleven different types of diabetes. Whether you have diabetes, or someone in your family does, diabetes awareness is important.

The more you know, the more tools and resources you will have to help you in your quest to avoid getting this condition if you don’t have it and if you do, then you’ll be better able to reverse and manage it.

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Men often experience depression, but are often unaware of the causes or symptoms. There is also the cultural and social idea that men should be in control of their emotions and that crying or having ‘sad feelings’ is not being masculine.
Check out some of the causes and symptoms associated with depression in men.

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Many so-called healthy diets today, leave gaps in specific vitamin and mineral nutrition for the body to function properly. This could lead to nutritional and vitamin deficiencies which harm your health, both mentally and physically.

7 Nutritional Deficiencies and Foods To Add To Your Diet

The following 7 nutritional deficiencies and their symptoms are the most common. Accompanying each deficiency is a list of the foods you can target for replacing the missing nutrient, mineral or vitamin. Remember that in most cases a balanced diet including fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meat, fish like salmon or mackerel, and whole grains can deliver a complete nutritional profile.

Medicines Naturally

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If you suffer with varicose veins you'll love these natural remedies to try. They include horse chestnut extract, butcher's broom, grape seed, pine bark extracts, hydrotherapy, reflexology, nutritional therapy and a homeopathic topical formula.

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It is estimated that 87% of people who die of coronary heart disease are 60 years or older. The good news is that this leading cause of death can be prevented. So learn the signs and reduce your risk for developing heart disease.

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Common aches and pains during pregnancy are often par-for-the-course. Some of the problems are carpal tunnel syndrome, mid-back and rib pain, headaches, low back pain and sciatica.

Approximately 50% of all mothers suffer from at least one of these issues while pregnant, and chiropractic care can help to alleviate the pain and provide natural relief.

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For many people medication proves to be either a short-term solution for depression or part of a long-term treatment program.

A few decades ago there were limited medications to treat these issues, but now there are many choices when it comes to medications. They fall into some general categories.

- Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs)
- Serotonin and Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors (SNRIs)
- Tricyclic Antidepressants (TCAs)
- Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)
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