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Why can coping with Crohn’s be so difficult?

Coping with Crohn's can be difficult  because it’s not only the physical symptoms of Crohn’s, such as: diarroea, unexplained weight loss, fever, abdominal pain and cramping, fatigue, low energy and reduced appetite, that are a challenge, it’s also the emotional...

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CROHN’S: THE MIND/BODY CONNECTION

There is a connection between the mind and the GI tract – the fact is, the brain isn’t creating or imagining the digestive troubles of the Crohn’s sufferer but it is involved in triggering them. There is a view that two mental states commonly associated with...

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Crohn’s & Ulcerative Colitis – what treatment is best?

Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis affect sufferers physically and emotionally, so what kind of treatment should you seek to get results? Whatever kind of treatment you choose, the following are 10 benefits you should look for: Treatments that gives you physical and...

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Does sleep deprivation make you fat? Reflexology can help.

What’s happening? If you’re putting on weight, the reason may be because you’re not getting enough quality sleep. Research shows that most people are not getting enough sleep and following a night of poor sleep, they have increased appetite, particularly for fat or...

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Are you suffering from “sitting disease” ?

What’s Happening? Are you suffering from “sitting disease”? Studies connect prolonged sitting to poor health, including mushy abdominals, tight hips, leg pain, weak and stiff spine, neck and shoulder pain, excess body fat around the waist, heart disease, diabetes,...

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“Suffering from lack of energy?”

What’s happening? Many people are suffering from lack of energy and they don’t know why. What causes it? Poor gut health is one of the major causes of lack of energy. What’s the solution? Here are 7 easy ways to optimize your gut health so you can improve your energy...

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“Is your medication curing your anxiety and depression?”

What’s happening? The World Health Organization predicts that depression will become the second most wide-spread disease worldwide by the year 2020. The typical treatment? antidepressant medications, which come with a heap of side effects and doesn’t address the root...

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