If you think Muscles when you think Magnesium, then think Tendons and Manganese. Have you ever found you are stiff initially, getting out of bed or from sitting too long – in a chair, in the car, wherever? Does it take a while to get moving again? No – it is NOT just because youContinue reading “Manganese”
Could one of the symptoms of magnesium deficiency be anxiety? Magnesium is also an impressive infection fighter. It is needed for our cells to synthesise proteins, enable nerve impulses, and efficient muscle function. Magnesium intake is at a low amongst Americans and Australians and it’s believed that this is, in part, due to a major shift fromContinue reading “Magnesium”
It may be more important to ensure a good balance between calcium and magnesium to protect your bone strength. There is good data to suggest that eliminating dairy products from the diet does reduce the pain and stiffness for many people with arthritis. Here is a deeper look at the biochemistry of muscle action whichContinue reading “Pain vs Cheese”
You can eat celery stalks, leaves and seeds, and this versatile vegetables can have antibacterial, anti fungal properties, but it may also help reduce inflammation, blood pressure, cholesterol, swollen feet, muscle cramps and digestive ulcers. It can improve digestive function and kidney function.
Susan Perlman MD This article is reprinted from “Polio Network News”, Winter 1999, Vol. 15, No. 1, with permission of Gazette International Networking Institute (GINI), 4207 Lindell Blvd., #110, Saint Louis, Missouri 63108-2915, USA. Permission to reproduce the article must be sought from GINI. I have tried to find the source so that it couldContinue reading “Medications after Polio”
This is a page of links to several diverse alerts which have been saved as PDFs, on topics ranging from anaesthetics, cardiac medications, and a medical alert card. Anaesthetics and polio. Anesthesia Concerns for the Polio Survivor. Beta-blockers and Carnitine – post polio. Bruno on Cholesterol. Deadly Pain medications. Dental and anaesthetic cautions – Bruno.Continue reading “Alerts”
High Blood Pressure: why does it matter? Very high blood pressure can give you headaches, and put you at risk of a stroke, but a moderately high blood pressure over many years puts strain on your heart and increases the risk of heart attack or heart failure. If you need to know more about theContinue reading “Blood pressure”