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What is postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS)?

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) is often a puzzling condition, the causes of which can be extremely difficult to pinpoint, and it can significantly incapacitate individuals. So, what is POTS? During a POTS crisis, a person may feel as though their heart starts beating harder and faster than usual when they suddenly change positions. They may experience dizziness or even loss of balance as if their legs are not obeying them. Often, there's a sense of weakness or fatigu...
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Biofilm In The Body May Impact Mental Health

In the first article, "Unlock the Mystery of Microbial Biofilms in Chronic and Recurrent Infections" we extensively explored information beneficial for those seeking to understand what biofilms are. The biofilms in the human body serve as protection for the habitats of various microorganisms. Recent studies have shown that the composition of these biofilms can have a significant impact on mental health. It has been found that biofilms can affect the nervous system through complex mechani...
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Thyroid Dysfunction and Diagnostic Challenges

There are cases where patients experiencing symptoms potentially related to thyroid dysfunction undergo standard testing for TSH hormone levels, and the results fall within the normal range. This often concludes the examination. It is possible that, for this reason, many individuals in the Canadian province of BC remain undiagnosed for many years. They exhibit symptoms of thyroid dysfunction, yet specialists assure them that everything is fine, relying on the fact that thyroid-stimulatin...
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Helicobacter Or Something Else? The Most Common Causes of Gastritis

Before the discovery of Helicobacter pylori, many cases of gastritis were considered chronic but relatively harmless conditions. For a long time, it was believed that gastritis was caused by an excess level of stomach acid, and treatment was aimed at reducing acidity. Other theories included the role of stress, improper diet, and an unhealthy lifestyle in the development of gastritis. With the emergence of new data, it became clear that the presence of this bacterium in the stomach is no...
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Gluten-Related Problems are not Limited to Celiac Disease

In recent years, issues related to gluten-free diets have been gaining increasing attention. Some people encounter problems associated with its consumption, undergo tests, identify celiac disease, and eliminate gluten from their diets. Meanwhile, for others, the celiac test comes back negative, and gluten remains an integral part of their diet. But are they right? Let's delve into this topic; in this article, we will explore various issues related to gluten. You've got it right; it's not ju...
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What is the Most Effective Approach to Treating Chronic Lyme Disease?

You can find an article with information about Lyme disease at this link: "Chronic Lyme can look like a lot of illnesses." Once I first heard this phrase from Dr. Klinghardt: Lyme doesn't create specific problems on its own, Lyme simply opens the doors to all other issues. These can include toxins, various infections, allergic reactions, and other problems. Now, I often repeat this phrase myself. This article is dedicated to describing the approach to treating chronic Lyme disease. Ho...
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Medicinal and Anabolic Steroids: What You Need to Know

Rapid changes in the fields of physical activity, sports, and medicine over the past decades have led to an increased interest in medicinal and anabolic steroids. Chemical compounds originally developed for medical purposes have become in demand to increase muscle mass. However, behind this popularity, there are numerous questions: How do steroids affect the body? What are the medical indications and contraindications for their use? What are the risks associated with their usage? In t...
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Menopause Symptoms and the Best Solutions to Relieve Them

Menopause is a natural physiological process in a woman's life, characterized by the definitive cessation of menstrual cycles and reproductive function. This is a period when the ovaries stop producing eggs, and hormone levels such as estrogen and progesterone decrease. Menopause officially occurs after a woman has missed menstrual cycles for 12 consecutive months. This usually happens between the ages of 45 and 55, although the individual onset of menopause can vary. If menstrual period...
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Lupus: Everything You Need to Know, Part 1

Today, I want to talk about an important and sometimes insufficiently illuminated topic - lupus. This is a disease that can affect various parts of the body and seriously impact your health and well-being. What is lupus? Lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE) is a chronic autoimmune disease of the connective tissue that can affect the skin, joints, kidneys, heart, intestines, lungs, and nervous system. The cause of lupus is the attack of the body's immune system on its own organ...
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Glutathione: Your Ultimate Body’s Defense Against Infections and Toxins

Glutathione is an important antioxidant that performs several vital functions in the body. It protects cells from oxidative stress, helps detoxify harmful substances, and supports the immune system. Maintaining a normal level of glutathione is crucial for overall health and organ function. In some cases, additional support for glutathione may be necessary through diet or specialized supplements. In certain situations, introducing additional glutathione into the body can help address many...
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