Temporo-Mandibular Joint (TMJ)

What is TMJ? The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects your jaw to the rest of your skull.  You can feel this joint on both sides of your face, just in front of your ears.  Disorders relating to the TMJ joint are called TMJDs.  Common TMJD symptoms include having pain in your jaw or face and having trouble …

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What is Vertigo? Vertigo is a type of dizziness, in which you experience a sensation that your surroundings are moving or spinning.  Vertigo may be caused by different factors (like migraines or head injuries) and may last for different durations depending on the cause.  However, most people with vertigo experience intense but brief episodes of symptoms.  Read on to find …

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Weight Loss – Five Easy Tips to Lose Weight Naturally

How Can I Lose Weight? Losing weight can be hard at times, especially if you’ve tried so many ways without success.  However, it’s important to maintain an ideal body weight to stay fit and healthy.  When trying to lose weight, bear in mind that the fashionable trend of dieting for some time then bouncing back to your usual lifestyle habits …

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What is Whiplash? When your head moves backwards then forwards very suddenly, whiplash can occur.  This forceful movement of the head usually occurs in car crashes but can also occur in theme park rides or due to sports injuries.  The rapid head movement damages the soft tissues in your neck, causing pain and other symptoms.  Read on to find out …

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Wrist Tendonitis (wrist pain)

What is Wrist Tendonitis? Tendons are the thick cords that bind our muscles to our bones.  Inside our wrists, there are several tendons that are responsible for helping us make many varied and subtle movements with our hands and fingers.  Wrist tendonitis (or tendinitis) is when there is inflammation in one of the tendons in your wrist.  Keep reading to …

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Bell’s Palsy

The condition occurs when the facial nerve is damaged and may cause one side of your face to become stiff, droopy, or even paralyzed.  Luckily, Bell’s Palsy usually goes away after a few weeks or months. 

person suffering from insomnia


nsomnia is a sleep disorder where you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep.  If you have insomnia, you may not be able to get enough good quality sleep consistently.  This could affect your ability to function properly during the day, due to tiredness and lack of focus. 

Tennis Elbow

What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow, (technically called lateral epicondylitis), is when your elbow joint gets inflamed. If you have a tennis elbow, you will probably feel the pain coming from the outer side of your elbow, which may get worse when you straighten your arm.  In this article, we’ll explore the causes, symptoms, and prevention of tennis elbow.  We’ll …

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Diabetes is a disease that causes high blood sugar.  In a healthy person, the hormone insulin transports sugar from the blood into the body’s cells to use as energy. 

Hay Fever

Hay fever, (technically called allergic rhinitis), is a common condition that typically causes a runny nose, sneezing, or itchy/watery eyes.  Hay fever may be seasonal, occupational, or may last all year round