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Posts tagged ‘DHEA’

  • Pollen Getting You? Get Over Those Allergies

    April 7, 2011

    Here in North Carolina the pine pollen is out with a vengeance. Sneezing, bloodshot eyes, itchy skin, and asthma symptoms are the most common complaints athletes present with. Ever wonder why you suffer certain allergy-related symptoms and some people don’t? Well, there are a couple reasons you may be more allergic than you need to be. It’s hard to entirely avoid the pollen, unless you live inside and in a bubble, but taking charge of your health can help tremendously. (more…)

  • Lower Back Pain and Your Adrenal Glands – A Common Connection

    December 12, 2008

    Lower back pain is the most common cause of job-related disability and the leading contributor to missed work. It is second to headaches in the realm of neurological disorders. The lower back may be painful due to a bulging disc, an injured/pulled muscle, arthritis, or even a problem from elsewhere in the body – such as the foot or knee, referring pain to the lower back.  Just in the United States alone, low back pain suffers spend over 50 billion dollars a year diagnosing this pain via X-Ray, CT scans, MRIs, and other studies, and then treating this pain thru either natural methods such as chiropractic or acupuncture, or more extreme methods via painkillers, anti-inflammatory medications, and surgery. There are many reasons for low back pain, too many to discuss in just one article, but a very common and overlooked problem resulting in lower back pain is that of adrenal gland stress. (more…)