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More than 100 home remedies for common conditions

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NEW – Mayo Clinic Book of Home Remedies
Mayo Clinic Book of Home Remedies, Second Edition

Use this new, second edition, at home to prevent, treat or manage more than 100 common conditions!

"There are many things you can do at home to stay healthy, relieve symptoms, improve emotional health, feel invigorated and enjoy a higher quality of life. This book provides you with an important resource in achieving this complete approach to good health."
— Martha P. Millman, M.D., M.P.H., Medical Editor

Mayo Clinic
Rochester, Minn.

Dear e-newsletter subscriber,

In the new, Mayo Clinic Book of Home Remedies, Second Edition, you will find answers to many questions and concerns about your health. The information is straightforward, easy to understand and easy to find, with topics arranged in alphabetical order. This book can help you manage common problems safely at home or at work and may even prevent a trip to the doctor or emergency room.

Each topic is introduced in a summary and may include signs and symptoms, causes, and possible outcomes. In this book, you'll learn ...

  • 3 signs that you may have bursitis, and three ways you can treat it using doctor-approved remedies.
  • Why aging can make you more prone to back injury, and steps to take when your back starts hurting. Includes three easy stretches to help prevent back problems.
  • 7 remedies for arthritis, including "the one therapy that will do the most good for managing arthritis." These same tips can help with joint stiffness and muscle spasms.
  • Knee pain can often be treated at home. Flex and straighten your leg gently every day; if it's difficult to move your knee, have someone help you.
  • Depression affects even otherwise healthy people. Lift your mood with relaxation techniques, natural supplements, and more than a dozen other do-it-yourself remedies.
  • Lifestyle changes can help you prevent or control high blood pressure – even if you're taking blood pressure medication. We list ten great options; you don't have to do them all, just find the ones that work for you.
  • Plus many more!

Take advantage of this special offer and see the full list and every remedy for yourself. Remember, it's not just about your health, but your pocketbook, too. Medicine costs money; self-treatment and home remedies save money, sometimes a lot of money. For only $29.95, order today to protect your health, your wealth, your future and your peace of mind.


Yours in good health,

The team at Mayo Clinic

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Mayo Clinic Book of Home Remedies, Second Edition

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Why Routine Parkinsons Disease Exercise Is So Important

By Patrick Hayes

If you or a loved one is currently suffering from Parkinsons disease, it is important to have a solid plan for therapy and care. This can both stave off advanced symptoms of this progressive illness and promote a higher quality of living. Following are some of the impressive benefits that aging adults can gain from various forms of Parkinsons disease exercise.

Although PD or Parkinsons disease is largely associated with the shakes and tremors that affect the hands and other extremities, it is the stiffness that ones with this ailment that makes it most debilitating. Movement helps keep stiffness as bay by keeping each of the limbs moving fluidly and in a well-coordinated fashion. People who workout often are usually able to get out and enjoy themselves without dealing with crippling dystonia.

Routine movement can additionally improve a person's overall well-being and health. People should do as much as they can to keep their body weights at a balanced and healthy level as opposed to living sedentary lives and eating large quantities of fat and sugar. Regular activity is the most effective way for elderly people to avoid problems with weight gain, particularly after their metabolisms have started to slow down.

One major benefit of these routines is being able to protect and improve balance. Having coordinated movement and good balance will allow aging adults to live independently and without any substantial amount of daily assistance for a lot longer. These are attributes that enable aging adults to safely to quite a bit for themselves.

With better balance, aging adults can avoid potentially devastating, trip and fall injuries. This is especially true in the shower, bath and kitchen. A lot of aging adults overlook the need to participate in balance exercises. Once this skill starts to abate, however, there is still much that people can do to regain it.

Some of the very best activities to engage in after having been diagnosed with this disease involve making opposite leg and arm motions. Walking is an excellent activity, as are both swimming and dancing. These ensure that the whole body is engaged so that new neural connections can be formed and existing connections can be maintained. Activities like these are excellent for both brain health and general health overall.

People who are unable to engage in routine fitness activities can try something called forced exercise. This is far better than it actually sounds. With these activities, a person is placed on a special machine that takes his or her body through the motions of specific movements. For instance, special bikes can be used to take the body through the process of cycling, without the PD sufferer ever making the conscious decision to move.

Exercise can actually alleviate a number of the motor control symptoms and stiffness that people suffer from. It is an excellent addition to a person's pain management plan. It is also great for helping seniors maintain their sense of autonomy and independence by keeping them active and engaged long after their diagnoses have been received.

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