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Child with cough, vomiting of undigested food, fever with rapid breathing by Dr. Rakesh Kumar Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 9:14am This 1-year-old boy who was treated successfully for bronchiolitis earlier got fever and asked for homoeopathic treatment by her mother. According to her post “her 1-year-old son was playing outside while there was sudden cold weather. After dinner he started coughing a lot and vomited once for undigested food taken in afternoon. During night ... Read on »
Follow-up On 1-year-old boy with fever and rapid breathing by Dr. Rakesh Kumar Posted Sun 12 Apr 2009 12:31am This online case is from Florida. Mother posted request at night locally and I reply soon the above three options namely Puls, Chamomila, and Nux Vomica., but mother saw that in morning and found Chammomila and gave accordingly, but she noticed no improvement. So taken her child to his PCP who diagnosed him child with "bilateral ear infecti ... Read on »
Health Tip: When Breathing Is Rapid and Shallow by HealthFinder Posted Thu 25 Nov 2010 12:00pm healthnewslink Here are possible causes (HealthDay News) -- Tachypnea is the medical term for breathin ... Read on »
Dr Liz Miller's Ten Quick Tips for Anxiety by Dr. Liz Miller Medical Doctor Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 6:25pm Dr Liz Miller’s Ten Quick Tips for Dealing with Anxiety 1) Recognise the symptoms of anxiety 2) Find the cause and start on the problems 3) Exercise 4) Breathing and relaxation therapies 5) Eat a healthy diet 6) Avoid food and chemicals that are bad for you 7) Talk to people 8) Talk to yourself as you would your best ... Read on »
How Deep Breathing Can Help Reduce Anxiety, Stress and Panic by Matt A. Posted Wed 27 Aug 2008 6:39am [Image courtesy of Miya Ziyang ] Along with food and water, giving your body a supply of air is essential for maintaining your heath and well being. If you’re not breathing properly then this can cause imbalances in your blood and affect the way your body behaves. Poor breathing can cause dizziness, shortness of breath and shaking, ... Read on »
How Deep Breathing Can Help Reduce Anxiety, Stress and Panic by Matt A. Posted Wed 27 Aug 2008 8:07am [Image courtesy of Stoker Studios ] Along with food and water, giving your body a supply of air is essential for maintaining your heath and well being. If you’re not breathing properly then this can cause imbalances in your blood and affect the way your body behaves. Poor breathing can cause dizziness, shortness of breath and shaking, w ... Read on »
The Essential 4 Series: Breathe Better Methods II by Drea D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:05pm Greetings Everyone! Let's see...I've been using the Neti pot for the past week. At first, I was a little creeped out because I'm so used to breathing through my nose that I thought that I couldn't breathe out of my mouth while doing this thing. But it's so easy, it's not even funny! The Neti pot is safe enough to use daily (only once per d ... Read on »
Chiropractic can help with breathing problems. by Carol Grant Posted Wed 20 Jan 2010 3:31am You might not think that Chiropractic can help with breathing problems but consider this story.  A patient brought in their daughter for me to find out why she had chest pain. She had been to her pediatrician already who didn’t think there was any thing wrong. I examined her and decided there was a problem in her mid back area, probably bec ... Read on »
Running, Breathing and the Nose by irunnerblog Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 10:16am Let me start off by reminding everyone that I am the “average Joe” runner.  I am not a coach or trying to pass myself off as some sort of expert.  I am just a living experiment.  So, with that out of the way I wanted to tackle something that I have been thinking about for the past few weeks, breathing and running.  My reason for thinking about ... Read on »
Unlock Your Lungs-Breathing for Beginning Runners by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 19 Feb 2011 6:08pm Breathing. Air in. Air out. It's a simple thing. Right? Many beginning runners would disagree. My beginning runners often tell me, "My legs are fine, but I just can't seem to control my breathing." So what's the deal? Because we don't have to focus on our breathing in our everyday moving around, it seems like a no-brainer that we wouldn't have ... Read on »