Horsetail, the herb also known as Equisetum, is a useful tool in maintaining strong bones, but it is important to use the right form of the herb as part of a comprehensive treatment plan.
If you have COPD, you will know how it feels to be out of breath. Luckily for you, there are breathing exercises which can help you breathe more easily. For instance, you could try diaphragmatic breathing and pursed-lip breathing.
While some dismiss the idea of occupational therapy in favor of other treatment options like physical therapy, the truth is that a lot of multiple sclerosis patients benefit more from OT.
Strontium offers real reduction in the risk of new fractures for people who have osteoporosis. It reduces the bone pain that occurs with metastatic cancer. But it’s not for everyone.
Viral hepatitis is an inflamation of the liver caused by viruses. Although many different viruses can cause the disease, the majority of infections are caused one of five hepatitis viruses: A, B, C, D, and E. What should you know about them?
Because multiple sclerosis attacks the central nervous system, and some of the earliest and most severe symptoms are physical ailments and complications that lead to disability, physical therapy is one of the most touted treatment choices.
"A little but not a lot" is the rule for alcohol and bone health. A little alcohol on a regular basis improves bone density, but heavy drinking accelerates osteoporosis. Even if you can’t control drinking, there are measures that help preserve your bones.
Changes to speech, difficulty with speaking, and issues swallowing when related to multiple sclerosis should not be ignored, especially since these typical appear or worsen during a relapse and could lead to other significant health issues.
Enteropathic arthritis is a subtype of arthritis that develops in people with inflammatory bowel disease. This article outlines the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of enteropathic arthritis.
Testosterone replacement therapy slows down the progress of osteoporosis in men, but the way testosterone is administered makes a huge difference in results.