There's a new nutrient that's gaining a lot of media attention lately. It's called laetrile or vitamin B17. You won't find vitamin B17 content listed on nutrient labels because it has not been researched well enough for government agencies to establish an RDA or adequate intake, but that does not mean that laetrile is not important. Taking laetrile supplements can be beneficial in a few different ways. Reduced Blood Pressure
Because spinal injuries often affect the nerves, they can be very serious. The severity depends upon what part of the spine received injury. The worst injuries cause a loss of movement, loss of bladder control, chronic pain, or changes in sexual function. Many people who receive an injury to the spine seek treatment at a spine injury rehabilitation center. There are many causes of spinal injuries. Here are three of the most common ones.
Once your child starts playing sports, a yearly sports physical will probably be necessary. Schools and community sports leagues often require that a physical is completed and on file before the season starts. Getting a physical from your child's pediatrician ensures your child's health will be carefully evaluated since the pediatrician knows your child's medical history and current conditions-- if any. Here are some things a sports physical entails and how to get one for your child.
Hearing loss can be tricky. Hearing loss often sneaks up on people without them even realizing it, as hearing loss is generally a gradual process. Oftentimes, social changes are the first sign that someone's hearing has changed. #1 Ringing in the Ears Remember when you would go to a loud concert and come home? Your ears would ring for hours after. Your ears ring after a loud concert happened because you were losing some of your hearing.
If you suffer from chronic lower back pain, you may have already tried making a few adjustments in the way you do things, such as lifting with your legs or getting up periodically at work after sitting for too long. However, there are other small everyday habits that you may be doing that are contributing to the pain and tightness in your lower back. 1. Climbing the Stairs Too Quickly