March 1, 2013

Female Hormonal Imbalance

Posted in ENDOCTRINE DISORDER, NATURAL WELL BEING, PARASITES, PCOS tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 5:20 pm by PCOSLady

YEAST and PARASITES
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PCOS Lady:
Ladies, these symptoms are what many of us experience! Many doctors treat the disease in us not us in disease… Which means we are always sick, not feeling our best! Homeopath treats “YOU” naturally! Dr Tien says to treat yeast and parasites together to rid them from you… I have read you have to treat the whole “YOU” at one time since parasites scurry to other areas in your body…
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Natural Remedies for Female Hormonal Imbalance
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By Dr. Juliet Tien (Dr. J), D.N. Sc.
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There are more than 250,000 species of yeasts and parasites. I can not describe them all. The above are most commonly seen among the people in Northern America. In other words, you have been feeding an “extended family” involuntarily. Not only do yeasts and parasites suck your energy, they also deposit toxins after they have a rock ‘n roll party in your body. That’s why you feel fatigued, and also suffer allergy symptoms.
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This article addresses female hormonal imbalance. Let me ask you a few questions, and please answer honestly.
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* ~ Have you been plagued with itchy, foul-smelling, yellowish vaginal discharge?
* ~ Do you experience pain during sexual intercourse?
* ~ Are you avoiding sex because you are always tired?
* ~ Are you lethargic no matter how much time you’ve stayed in bed?
* ~ Are your menstrual cycles irregular and painful?
* ~ Are you bothered by menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, sugar craving, weight gain, and loss of libido?
* ~ Are you troubled by mood swings?
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If any of the above symptoms apply to you, then you suffer from hormonal imbalance knowingly or unknowingly. In order to regain the long-lasting balance, the following are essential natural remedies for you to consider:
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Yeast-Free Nutritional Program:
All human beings, regardless of gender and age, should adopt a yeast-free nutritional program to regain health and balance. A yeast-free nutritional program contains no sugar, no dairy, no wheat, no yeasts, no alcohol, no caffeine, no nicotine, nor chemicals.
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You might ask, “What can I eat then?” To learn about the details in terms of what you can eat, and what you should avoid, read my two books, Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing and Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking. These books may be available in your local libraries in the U.S.
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You may deviate from the principles of a yeast-free nutritional program from time to time. As long as you go for moderation, occasional deviation will not spoil your yeast-free nutritional program completely. Do whatever you can. If you could do 50%, you will get 50% of the benefits. If you could do 70%, you will get 70% of the benefits. Don’t wait for the perfect time to start this life-changing nutritional program, because a perfect time may never come!
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Yeast and parasites are like “Siamese Twins.” They go hand in hand. However, in the herbal market today, you will find herbal formulas for removing yeasts or parasites, but not for both. This is because of the manufacturers’ lack of understanding about how the overgrowth of yeast and parasites occur. In order to enjoy long-lasting health benefits, you must control the overgrowth of yeasts and parasites simultaneously.
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In addition to a yeast-free nutritional program, if your body is too toxic, you need to consider herbal therapy as well. The following types of herbal formulas are proven to be most effective in helping thousands of my clients regain their hormonal balance.
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Followed by:
Herbal Detox .. Yeast Debris .. Eggs of Parasites .. Worms .. Hormonal Regeneration
~ Read the rest on her site…
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SITE
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http://www.awarenessmag.com/january-febuary-2012/january-febuary-2012-page16.html
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FB: https://www.facebook.com/drjsbest
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GOOGLE:
yeast
parasites
yeast parasites
female hormonal imbalance
PCOS
Menopause
thyroid disorders

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March 29, 2012

MS: Mimic Lupus, PCOS

Posted in LUPUS, MS tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 1:06 am by PCOSLady

PCOS Lady: I was prompted to post MS symptoms since some overlap Lupus and PCOS … Doctors are misdiagnosing all three, causing conditions to possibly progress worse at times!
~ Symptoms matter! Your symptom history plays a huge roll with diagnosing!
~ Read info in all the sites, each has abit more…
~ Montel Williams has MS…
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MS
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Multiple sclerosis has a probability of affecting 2-150 women out of every 100000. MS, attacks the central nervous system, wherein the immune system starts damaging nerve covering in the brain. The disease usually starts appearing in young adults with a varied level of symptoms. It impacts each individual differently. It is seldom fatal, but in most cases causes disability.
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One of the most common symptoms of MS in women is the difficulty with vision. One can face blurry eyesight, double vision, blindness in one or both eyes, involuntary movement of the eyes, etc.
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Early Signs of MS
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~ balance,m walking and dizziness
~ bladder
~ bowel
~ eyes and sight
~ fatigue
~ memory and thinking
~ mental health
~ pain
~ sexual problems
~ spasms and stiffness
~ speech
~ swallowing
~ tremor
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Causes and Triggers
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Muscles are involved in every movement you make. They get longer and shorter to move and hold the body.
If MS causes nerve damage that affects muscle movements, they can cause a range of problems.
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Recognizing Trigger Factors
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Investigating potential trigger factors that cause or make your spasms or stiffness worse is a vital step in finding solutions. If identified and addressed, these may reduce or relieve the problem.
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For example, something as simple as loosening tight clothing might provide some relief.
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The following are some of the more common trigger factors that you and your doctor or MS nurse might consider:
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~ an increase in your body temperature (perhaps because of a fever or exercise)
~ infections (for example, bladder or chest infections)
~ if you are experiencing a relapse
~ skin irritation (including pressure sores)
~ a full bladder
~ constipation, causing a full bowel
~ overly tight strapping or clothes
~ a fractured bone (perhaps caused by a fall)
~ problems with posture
~ emotional stress
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Only a neurologist can diagnose MS…
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Sites
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http://www.livestrong.com/article/187800-ms-symptoms-in-women/
~ Live Strong… Extensive symptoms by category and information…
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http://symptomsofmsinwomen.com/
~ Symptoms of MS in Women…
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http://www.ihealthdirectory.com/symptoms-of-multiple-sclerosis-in-women
~ Health Care Directory…
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http://www.mssociety.org.uk/what-is-ms/signs-and-symptoms/early-signs-of-ms
~ MS Society of the UK .. Good information to consider…
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Google:
MS symptoms
early MS symptoms
ms symptoms in women
ms symptoms in men
ms lupus pcos

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