Put Your Hands Up! Triggers for Meniere’s

I think I hit a triggerHold your horses, cowboy! We’re not talking about guns here now. We’ll be talking about what makes Meniere’s Disease (MD) rear its ugly head up when you least expect it. Once it says hello, you’ll be experiencing most if not all of these symptoms: More


Pros and Cons of the Paleo Diet

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Obesity is an increasing health concern all over the world. Everyone is looking for ways to lose weight, and the Paleo diet has increased in popularity over the years due to reported success.

Paleo diet (a.k.a. Paleolithic or hunter-gatherer diet) was created by Dr. Loren Cordain in 2002. The principle is simple: you go back to the way food was prepared during the caveman years. Everything was wild and naturally growing, which is why all the nutrients were pure and locked in. In essence, you’ll be eliminating food items such as: More

Battling Against Ménière’s

I once was what I would call a “super mom” way back 2009. I would write for my clients in Upwork, and take care of my family at the same time. My work day starts at 7am and ends up at 2am most of the time. 11pm is already early for me. I can write non-stop and finish tasks fast with a high batting average for accuracy. That all ended when I got struck by Ménière’s in 2011.


Protect Your Eyes from Digital Strain

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We all love our digital devices. In fact, most of us touch our phones and gadgets first before even saying good morning to the person sleeping next to us. These wonderful inventions have grown thinner due to advancing LED technology, and they are lighter and brighter than they were before. However, these devices give off harmful blue light which can lead to digital eye strain. More

5 Natural Ways to Manage Your High Blood Pressure At Home

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High blood pressure (hypertension) is when your blood flow is stronger than normal. Blood pressure reading should be between 120/80mmHg-130/90mmHg. It’s known as a silent killer because you don’t feel anything until you get complications. In fact, most people don’t even know they have high blood pressure until they undergo routine medical checkup.

Preventing complications from high blood pressure means managing taking your prescribed medication, as well as taking care of yourself. Here are 5 natural ways that can help you keep your blood pressure down at home. More