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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Part 2

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and it primarily affects young adults and resembles a prolonged flu-like illness. By definition the symptoms must be present for at least six months before it can be labelled as chronic fatigue syndrome. It seems that about 2 to 4 in a thousand people may have CFS and approximately two thirds of people who get it, are women.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Part 1

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    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and it primarily affects young adults and resembles a prolonged flu-like illness. By definition the symptoms must be present for at least six months before it can be labelled as chronic fatigue syndrome. It seems that about 2 to 4 in a thousand people may have CFS …

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Have you lost your Libido?

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    Dr Cabot talks to Paul Makin about techniques to restore your mojo. She covers many factors that can destroy libido and shows you how to overcome them using natural bio-identical hormones. Dr Cabot has been  a pioneer in the use of natural HRT and has written a book HOW TO INCREASE YOUR SEX DRIVE NATURALLY. For more information …

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Margaret Jasinska ND Talks IBS

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  Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common condition characterized by symptoms of constipation and/or diarrhea (often alternating), abdominal pain (predominantly low down on the left side), bloating and flatulence. It is a diagnosis made when investigations and tests such as X-rays, colonoscopy and microscopic examinations of the bowel motions are normal, which means that no serious disease such as …

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Dr Sandra Cabot On Fatty Livers – Part 2

    Fatty liver occurs when excess fat accumulates inside liver cells. This means normal, healthy liver tissue becomes partly replaced with fatty tissue. The fat starts to invade the liver, gradually infiltrating the healthy liver areas, so that less and less healthy liver tissue remains. The fatty liver has a yellow greasy appearance and is often enlarged and swollen …

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Dr Sandra Cabot On Fatty Livers – Part 1

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    Fatty liver occurs when excess fat accumulates inside liver cells. This means normal, healthy liver tissue becomes partly replaced with fatty tissue. The fat starts to invade the liver, gradually infiltrating the healthy liver areas, so that less and less healthy liver tissue remains. The fatty liver has a yellow greasy appearance and is often enlarged and swollen …

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Dr Sandra Cabot On Fybromyalgia

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    Fibromyalgia is explained as a very common problem presenting itself as pain and tenderness in the muscles, ligaments, joints and connective tissues. Muscular pain is often similar to conditions which occur as a result of injury or muscle overuse. Tenderness in the muscles and tendons which are painful to touch are known as ‘trigger points’. Pain may be chronic or …

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DR Sandra Cabot Talks Headaches

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    Headaches are a common problem and are generally transient and eased by a mild analgesic such as tablets containing a combination of paracetamol or aspirin with codeine. More than 90 %of all headaches are classified as tension headaches, which occur when the muscles in the back of your neck and/or scalp tighten.  Sometimes they can be relieved by lying …

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Dr Sandra Cabot Talks About Metabolism

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    Most of us would like to lose a few kilos, and we’d like it to happen as quickly as possible.  The rate at which your body burns calories for energy is called your metabolic rate.  You want your metabolism to be as fast as possible, as this will help you lose weight faster and keep it off. For …

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Breast Cancer

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Breast Cancer & Its Risk factors Introduction to our Breast Cancer segment with Dr Sandra Cabot and Naturopath Margaret Jasinska. Breast Cancer Statistics Margaret discusses the most up to date breast cancer statistics. Hormones & Breast Cancer Margaret discusses how hormones can adversely effect the health of the breast tissue and uterus. Oestrogen dominance and its health implications are discussed. …

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