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As a young adult, I took sleep for granted. But as I enter middle age, I find that I need sleep more than anything else. Unfortunately, the sleep I get isn't enough to keep me going during the day. I generally spend my waking days exhausted and fatigued. I decided to see a doctor about my baffling problem. After asking me numerous questions about my life, the doctor diagnosed me with chronic fatigue syndrome. The condition wreaks havoc on your life, even if you sleep throughout the night. Although I require ongoing treatment to manage my condition, I'm on my way to feeling like me again. I started this blog in hopes of reaching out to other people who suffer from unexplained health problems. I really hope you find the guidance you need to overcome your hidden health problem. Thanks for reading.

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3 Signs That Doctor Owned And Operated Hospitals Offer A Higher Standard Of Care

18 November 2014
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Health & Medical , Articles

It's almost impossible to escape the debate on the state of healthcare in the United States, and yes, there are important points to be made on all sides. But if you're a patient in need of treatment or surgery, your biggest concern isn't the ins and outs of healthcare law or insurance law. Your biggest concern is how to get the highest possible standard of care so that you come out healthy and whole.
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Eye Dryness Won’t Do Away? Consider These Possible Causes

17 November 2014
 Categories: Health & Medical , Articles

Almost everyone suffers from occasional eye dryness after a long day of staring at a screen or walking in the wind. When dry eyes become a constant annoyance, however, there is generally an underlying medical cause to blame. Some causes of chronic dry eye are rather harmless, while others require specialized care. Look over this list of possible causes, and then make an appointment with your ophthalmologist or physician to confirm your diagnosis and make sure you receive your proper treatment.
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Recognizing And Treating Anemia

17 November 2014
 Categories: Health & Medical , Articles

Anemia is a relatively common disorder, with more than 3.5 million people in the United States suffering from it. While anemia can cause serious problems with your body, many people do not even realize they have it because the symptoms can start out as subtle. By learning the signs and symptoms of anemia, you can recognize it and receive treatment more quickly. Causes of Anemia Your body needs red blood cells to carry oxygen from the lungs to the rest of your body and to carry carbon dioxide back to the lungs.
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Nip Allergies In The Bud: Tips For Preventing Allergic Rhinitis

17 November 2014
 Categories: Health & Medical , Articles

Allergic rhinitis is an inflammation of the nasal membranes most commonly characterized by nasal itching, nasal congestion, and rhinorrhea (runny nose). Often referred to as hay fever, allergic rhinitis symptoms develop when you breathe in allergen particles in which you are allergic—such as dander, dust, or pollen—in the air. An estimated 7.8 percent of people in the U.S. over 18 years old have hay fever, according to the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology.
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4 PCOS Symptoms Treated With Natural Bioidentical Hormones

14 November 2014
 Categories: Health & Medical , Articles

If you were recently diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS, you might be pondering the best way to control the symptoms. PCOS is caused by a hormone imbalance that disrupts your endocrine system. As a result, your entire body remains in a state of imbalance that causes symptoms ranging from mood swings and infertility to acne and weight gain. Luckily, you can receive hormone replacement therapy treatment that makes up for the abnormalities caused by this condition.
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Learning to Overcome Your Hidden Health Problems

As a young adult, I took sleep for granted. But as I enter middle age, I find that I need sleep more than anything else. Unfortunately, the sleep I get isn't enough to keep me going during the day. I generally spend my waking days exhausted and fatigued. I decided to see a doctor about my baffling problem. After asking me numerous questions about my life, the doctor diagnosed me with chronic fatigue syndrome. The condition wreaks havoc on your life, even if you sleep throughout the night. Although I require ongoing treatment to manage my condition, I'm on my way to feeling like me again. I started this blog in hopes of reaching out to other people who suffer from unexplained health problems. I really hope you find the guidance you need to overcome your hidden health problem. Thanks for reading.

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