Today’s Treatments For Conditions and Illnesses
A site devoted to discussion, information, symptoms, treatment options and available cures today for a number of illnesses and diseases. Included are:
Allergies - there are many factors and agents effecting allergies such as indoor and outside environment, foods, and medicines.
Asthma – a disease affecting the lungs, making breathing difficult. Characterized by “wheezing”, it can be triggered by any number of things found ordinarily in the environment. It is important for asthma sufferers to know what causes their attacks so these things can be avoided.
Cholesterol – Cholesterol is a waxy, fat like substance found in all tissues in humans as well as other animals. Most of the cholesterol in your blood is manufactured in your body, primarily in the liver. The body produces different amounts of cholesterol daily from the foods you eat. The cholesterol your ingest is from animal sources, such as meat, chicken, and dairy products. The main health concern lies in lowering high Cholesterol — especially the LDL, otherwise known as the “bad” cholesterol, levels
Depression – this can be a severe and debilitating mental disease if not treated properly. It is certainly not just feeling down or feeling blue. It is important that it be corrected diagnosed and treated.
Hair Loss – Hair loss is something that happens to everyone, even healthy people, every day. Normally, the rate of fallout is balanced by the rate of growth so the loss of hair is not noticeable and causes no concern. But, there are many other aspects to hair loss.
High Blood Pressure – a disease that can effect anybody at any age. If not treated properly, it can be fatal. Widely known as the “silent killer” because it gives no symptoms of its presence, it is the number one cause of stroke, heart failure and kidney failure. Proper treatment of high blood pressure would stop its progression to other organs of the body.
Bad Breath – bad breath or halitosis can affect any one at any time. It is caused by bacteria and is can be treated successfully. For more information about bad breath, see