ANOXIA an-(without) + -ox- (oxygen) + -ia == the state of being without oxygen> is the lack of a normal supply of oxygen<a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that makes up about 20% of the air we breathe (and at least half the weight of the entire solid crust of the earth) and which combines with most of the other elements to form oxides>. Oxygen is essential to human, animal and plant life.  The chemical symbol for the element oxygen is O. As a medicinal gas, oxygen contains not less than 99.0% by volume of O2. to body tissues or inability of the tissues to use the oxygen or sometimes used loosely as a synonym for hypoxia.  It is also called hypoxia<a subnormal concentration of oxygen. By contrast with normoxia <norm- (normal) + -ox- (oxygen) + -ia = a normal oxygen state> and anoxia <the absence or near absence of oxygen>. From hyp- (below) + -ox- (oxygen) + -ia>.  Anoxic anoxia occurs when blood flowing through the lungs does not pick up enough oxygen.  This can happen when there is a reduced amount of oxygen in the air.  The blood also can fail to pick up sufficient oxygen because of defects in the lungs or because of obstruction of the air passages involved in breathing.  Rapid, deep breathing is a common symptom of anoxic anoxia.  The condition is often accompanied by cyanosis, a bluish coloration of the skin.  Severe cases may lead to loss of consciousness and even death. 
Anaemic anoxia occurs when blood cannot carry its normal load of oxygen.  This happens when the blood has insufficient amounts of haemoglobin (the substance that transports oxygen in the blood) or when haemoglobin is altered by carbon monoxide or other poisons.  Stagnant anoxia develops when the blood flows so slowly that it loses most of its oxygen before completing its course through a tissue.  Part of the tissue thus receives little or no oxygen.  An example of stagnant anoxia occurs during cold temperatures when blood vessels under the fingernails and in the lips constrict, causing cyanosis in those body parts.  Histotoxic anoxia is caused by poisons that make the tissues incapable of using the oxygen supplied.  Cyanide is such a poison.
BUT with ACUPUNCTURE SuJok, the energy concept one may overcome the symptoms of anoxia. It is the coldness energy which is affecting. Dominant energy of coldness with oxygen controlling functional organ lungs can be tackle to over come the such problem. If looking for speedy total effectiveness, one must opt for SuJok acupuncture.  The course of treatment is definitely effective.  Acupuncture’s energy concept of treatment is only on the palm, specially chosen for overall well being with the objective of increasing circulation of the blood and vital energy.
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Our body is equipped with many aids to survival.  Reflex responses help us to escape when we sense danger; sneezing, coughing and vomiting can get rid of harmful matter; blood clotting prevents haemorrhage; and instinctive drives keep us fed, watered, and sheltered from extremes of heat and cold.  The sexual drive ensures the survival of our species. Most ingenious of all are our defences against infection.
Frontline defences ; The first barriers against invaders are healthy,unbroken skin and lining membranes.  It plays a major role in preventing disease by protecting all the organs, blood vessels, and the lymph system. Without the skin, bacteria and viruses could easily enter the blood system. The skin also houses many lymph nodes. Lymph nodes are a part of the lymph system, a network of vessels,which transport white blood cells, or phagocytes, throughout the body to combat disease.  The tough surface of skin keeps most germs out. Lining membranes are bathed by secretions such as tears and saliva, which wash away bacteria and kill some of them. Mucus coated hairs in the nose filter inhaled air, trapping microbes and dust.  Mucus in the bronchi does a similar job, and hair like projections called cilia on the surface of their lining cells sweep the mucus towards the throat to be swallowed or coughed up. Mucous membranes are cells that line all openings of the body. When dust particles enter the body, they get caught in the mucous membranes and are then digested. Nose hair is the body’s natural air filtration system. Nose hairs capture dust particles keeping them from accumulating in the lungs. A sneeze is the body’s way of ridding itself of accumulated dust particles. Mucous membranes produce a large variety of protective chemicals, which serve to either, destroy the pathogen, or to trigger a stronger immune response. The functions of the protective chemicals are, the pH of skin secretions inhibits the bacterial growth. Skin secretions produce sebum, which contains chemicals, which are toxic to bacteria. The stomach mucosa secretes hydrochloric acid (HCL) as well as other protein digesting enzymes. Both of these substances, hydrochloric acid as well as protein digesting enzymes destroy pathogens. Mucous proves to “stick” microscopic organisms, which may have entered the respiratory and digestive passageways. Lacriminal fluid and saliva contain lysozyme, a type of enzyme which is known to destroy bacteria.  Acid and enzymes in stomach secretions kill many micro organisms and the normal acidity of the vagina prevents excessive growth of unwanted bacteria.
Deeper defences ; If germs do penetrate our outer defences, a second force of defenders awaits them. Antibodies in the blood and tissues may destroy them, and white blood cells join the battle. First to arrive are the granulocytes, natural germs-killers. Then come the monocytes, which become macrophages able to gobble up bacteria and foreign matter. A macrophage that has digested disease causing agents sends fragments of their proteins to its surface membrane to act as antigens that can evoke an immune response.
The immune response ; This is the most specific defence against infection. Its two major weapons are antibody production and cell mediated immunity, tasks of B and T lymphocytes respectively. B lymphocytes develop in bone marrow where each is primed to make a specific antibody. When a germ enters the body, some B cells recognise and attach to its antigen, which makes the cell divide and produce many identical offspring cells.  After millions of copies have been made, most B cells stop dividing and become plasma cells that produce the anitbody. Some activated B cells continue to divide, to ensure a supply for maintaining long term immunity.
T lymphocytes mature in the thymus where they learn to distinguish self from non self.  Killer T cells lock with a cell that has been invaded by viruses and release chemicals that destroy it. Helper T cells attach to specific antigens and release lymphokines which travel in plasma. Some lymphokines can protect cells from virus invasion;others summon more T cells, macrophages and granulocytes to the attack.  Suppressor T cells can slow down parts of the immune response.
The immune response operates against not only microorgannisms but also other foreign non self matter within the body, such as allergens, transplanted tissues and cancer cells.  Occasionally the immune system mistenly identifies a body protein as non-self. The result is autoimmune disease in which antibodies are formed against one or more of the bodys own tissues.
The lymphatic system ;  is made up of T cells, B cells, antibodies, and platelets. When the skin is scratched, platelets travel to the wound. They then try to mend the wound, and stop the bleeding. The T cells are the cells that attack all diseases that enter the body. B cells are the cells that manufacture antibodies. Antibodies are proteins that isolate pathogens, foreign substances, so that T cells can attack and destroy it.  Lymph is watery fluid that contains dissolved substances and particles such as germs or fragments of dead cells. When lymph accumulates between cells and its pressure rises, it is pushed through valves in the walls of tiny blind-ended lymphatic capillaries and enters the lymph stream, joining larger lymphatic vessels that transport lymph to the lymph nodes, commonly called lymph glands, where it is filtered and comes into contact with lymphocytes. Further lymphatic vessels carry filtered lymph from the nodes to the thoracic and other lymph ducts that drain into large veins near the heart.  Sentinel lymph nodes, these clusters of nodes located in the neck, armpits, groins, pelvis and abdomen filter lymph from major body parts before it drains into the bloodstream.  Under the lymph nodes capsule is a fine network lined with macrophages. Within the network are strands and nodules of denser lymphoid tissue, where lymphocytes are produced and stored. Valves within lymphatic vessels prevent backflow.
The spleen ; About the size of a clenched fist, the spleen nestles under the diaphragm behind the lower left ribs. With a structure similar to that of lymph nodes, the spleen decontaminates blood by filtering it through a macrophage lined network ‘red pulp’ dotted with paler nodules of lymphoid tissue ‘white pulp’, which also surrounds the small arteries. The red pulp cleanses blood of dead organisms, worn out blood cells and other debris, and the spleen’s lymphocytes attack living microbes and other non self material.
 In today’s world there are virtually millions of diseases. Viruses or bacteria cause most diseases. Viruses are considered non-living parasites,which enter healthy cells,release their own DNA and cause the healthy cell to begin manufacturing other virus bodies. Since viruses are not alive, antibiotics cannot kill them; therefore, most viruses have no cure. When a virus enters the body, antibodies are sent to isolate the virus, then B cells arrive to infiltrate and finally kill the virus.  Bacteria on the other hand are a living parasite. It performs the same functions as a virus, but it is considered a living parasite. Since bacteria are living, antibiotics can be used to kill it. Bacteria are considered deadly due to the fact that it can reproduce very quickly.
The human body can be infected by a variety of different foreign substances. These include infections as deadly as a virus, or as common as  a bacterially infected wound.  Once a human is infected with anything foreign the immune system immediately begins fighting the foreign substance.  However the immune system cannot usually kill the entire foreign cells, a few often survive.  However this number is so few a person can hardly claim to be sick or infected.  Although that person is now a carrier.  A carrier is some one who is infected, or has some of a particular foreign substance in him, yet shows no symptoms.  That person could pass on the pathogen or virus without even realizing it.  Viral infection occurs when a virus enters a host, in this case a human host, and begins to use the host cells to replicate.  The virus will attach it self to a host cell and inject its viral DNA into it.  The viral DNA quickly takes over the healthy host DNA and virus replication begins.  If the virus is not stopped it will take over all the host cells.   Bacterial infection occurs as a pathogen enters a human.  The pathogen does not use the human cells as a host as the virus does, but it begins to kill them.  A bacterial infection is easier to treat because the bacteria can be killed.  However for a virus to be killed the host cells must be killed also.
Acupuncture<Onnuri Medicine>, itself is a powerful medicine, which aids in strengthening the immune system and serves to prevent diseases, control pain and increase both the ability to function and the quality of peoples lives.  It has been shown to promote the health and improve the bodys immune function. It has also helped many people who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine.  Several conditions can be dramatically improved or remedied in full including to enhance the immune system of the body.  The beauty of acupuncture is that each treatment is catered to the needs of an individual patient. Acupuncture, the energy concept on palm will be chosen for overall well being with the objective of increasing circulation of the blood and vital energy. One must opt for ACUPUNCTURE to have total effectivness. The course of treatment is defenietly uneventful. 
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Exercise. If time is limited, exercise for several short periods throughout the day-for example, four 5-minute sessions rather than one 30-minute session.
Eat healthy meals. Get more breakfast, but it’s worth repeating. It is the most important meal of the day. Skipping meals causes increased hunger and may lead to excessive snacking. Get more volume. Healthy eating doesn’t have to mean minuscule bites. If you love large portions, the key is to eat a lot of volume-rich foods (those that are loaded with water or fiber so they take up a lot of space on plate-and in  stomach too!
Focus on fruits, vegetables. Top off your morning cereal with sliced strawberries or bananas. Stir berries or peaches in yogurt or cottage cheese. Liven up your sandwiches with vegetables, such as tomato, lettuce, onion, peppers and cucumber.  Get more spice. Deep frying or dousing with cheese aren’t the only ways to make them taste good. Adding spice is a smarter way to treat your taste buds. Another spice worth a shake is turmeric.
Monitoring weight regularly can show a picture whether the efforts are working and can help to detect small weight gains before they become even larger.
If you tend to eat high-fat, high-calorie foods when you’re upset or depressed, don’t keep them around. Availability of food is one of the strongest factors in determining how much a person eats.  Get more fiber. If you try to eat less but hunger always gets in the way, it’s time to step up the fiber. Both types-soluble and insoluble, found in whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and each plays a role in squashing the munchies. Soluble fiber helps stabilize blood sugar, keeping hunger at bay. Insoluble fiber adds bulk to food, which signals gastrointestinal system that you’re full.
Get the family together to go for a bike ride, play disc golf or kick the ball around in the yard.
Eat foods that are healthy and low in calories first so that when it comes time to enjoy your favorites-sweets or junk food.
Serve meals already dished onto plates instead of placing serving bowls on the table. Take slightly less than what you think you’ll eat. Get more flavor. Sure, you can cut calories by switching to lower-calorie versions of everyday basics (skim milk instead of whole,reduced-calorie mayo instead of regular, etc.). That works for some people, but if you find that the light versions of your favorites aren’t cutting it, try going another route by finding new (and healthier) ways to add flavor to your dishes.
Avoid eating in front of the television. TV viewing strongly affects how much and what people eat.
Eating directly from a container gives you no sense of how much you’re eating. Seeing food on a plate or in a bowl keeps you aware of how much you’re eating.  Get more protein of right kind. Body uses more calories when it digests protein than when it processes fat or carbs, and it increases the metabolism by helping to build and maintain lean muscle mass.
Do some activities. Wash your car at home instead of going to the car wash. Bike or walk to the store. Participate in your kid’s activities at the playground or park. Regularly change your activity routine to avoid exercise burnout. Walk a couple of days, swim another and go for a bike ride on the weekend. Seek out new activities.
Stress can cause you to eat more. Develop strategies that can help you relax when you find yourself becoming stressed. Exercise, deep breathing, muscle relaxation techniques and even a good laugh can ease stress.
People eat more food in restaurants than at home. Limit how often you eat at restaurants. If you do eat out, decide what and how much you’re going to eat before you start and have the rest boxed to go.
The best snacks include fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy products. Fruit smoothies, sliced fresh fruit and yogurt, whole-grain crackers, and carrot and celery sticks with peanut butter are all good choices.
Start your day with a high-fiber breakfast cereal, such as bran flakes, shredded wheat or oatmeal. Opt for cereals with “bran” or “fiber” in the name. Or add a few tablespoons of unprocessed wheat bran to your favorite cereal.
Walk for 10 minutes over your lunch hour or get up a few minutes earlier in the morning and go for a short walk.
Get more sleep. Scientists are uncovering more evidence that lack of sleep triggers hormonal shifts that boost hunger and appetite (in particular, they make you crave fat and calorie bombs like doughnuts and fries). 
Get more plates. Downsizing from a 12-inch dinner plate to a 10-inch one may help you eat 22% less (and you won’t feel hungrier!). The reason: Most of us use external cues (like how much is left on our plate) rather than internal ones (like how hungry or full we feel) to decide when to stop eating.
Get more satisfaction. Ever polished off a whole plate of food without really tasting it? If you eat too quickly and/or while you’re distracted by other things (like TV), you usually end up eating more and feeling less satisfied afterward. Try to eat more “mindfully” by taking time to savor every bite.
Get more support.
Reward yourself. Losing weight and keeping the pounds off is a major accomplishment. Celebrate your success with nonfood rewards, such as new clothes or an outing with friends.
If you’re prone to binge eating or just love snacks, limiting your alcohol intake might help. Drinking can lead to bad decision-making, so cutting out your after-dinner spirits might help you avoid a calorie-laden pitfall.
Drink responsibly.
WATER ; It doesn’t fend off germs in itself, but all vitamins, minerals and nutrients require water to be properly absorbed.  Taking in sufficient fluids is an important part of maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle.  Water is a major component of every body cell, tissue and organ. It plays an important role in almost every body function, including : Temperature regulation, Transportation of oxygen and nutrients through the blood, Acting as a necessary component of chemical reactions, Aid in elimination of waste through urine and feces, Lubrication of joints, Acting as a major component of body fluids such as mucus and tears, Giving the cells their shape and stability. Hence the original shape!
Besides, the SuJok ACUPUNCTURE a powerful medicine to control over weight.  Needless to say, if the over weight in your life is throwing you off-balance, consider coming in for a treatment through SuJok Acupuncture to regain peace of mind and stay healthy.  It’s possible to eat your way to better health! The beauty of acupuncture is that each treatment is catered to the needs of an individual patient. SuJok’s energy concept of treatment is only on the palm, that will be chosen for overall well-being with the objective of increasing circulation of the blood and vital energy and reducing the excess lipids. Lipids actually full of water that is why over weigh person is having humidity energy excess, if humidity energy is stagnated it will make pressure on the tissues,and feeling of heaviness <body, legs, heart> means too much humidity. Excess of lipids can be controlled either through the stomach meridian or through the spleen meridian. If one is aware of SuJok’s energy concept may focus through unified energy concept. If one gain overweight after operation its coldness energy and one should not tackle humidity energy, even in the case of extreme stress, remove coldness instead humidity from the body. But if lipids are excess because of thyroid glands weight gain is usual thing, in this case one should rather tonify the Hetero polarity.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) has determined that the H1N1(swine flu) virus that has been causing illness in people is contagious and is spreading from human to human.  Severe illness (pneumonia and respiratory failure) and deaths have been reported with swine flu (H1N1) infection in people.  Swine flu is a new influenza virus causing illness in people. Human-to-human infection with the H1N1 flu virus likely occurs the same way as seasonal flu, when an infected person coughs or sneezes into air that others breathe in.
 Symptoms ;
 Swine flu is generally mild to moderate in its severity in humans, and is commonly characterized by ;
 Fatigue, lethargy,
 Lack of appetite,
 Sore throat,
 Runny nose,
 Muscle aches,
 Stomach ache, and diarrhea may also occur. 
 One should get urgent medical attention if having fast breathing or trouble breathing or shortness of breath, bluish or gray skin color, are not drinking enough fluid.
 One should limit the contact with others to avoid spreading infections (including influenza and other respiratory illnesses).
 Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth normally germs spread that way.
 Try to avoid close contact with sick people.
 Besides, the absolute vapour pressure in the air is related to the ability of the virus to survive and be transmitted between people. So the drier the air the easier it is for the virus to survive and be transmitted.”  Low humidity also tends to dry out and irritate your nose, which can make you more susceptible to infections transferred via fingers and inanimate objects.
 One may follow the ways to prevent the spread of illness by taking everyday actions to stay healthy. 
 Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
 Throw the tissue in the trash after you use it.
 Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze.
 Alcohol-based hands cleaners are also effective.
 Avoid touching your face. Touching your mouth, nose and eyes; can introduce flu virus into your system. Germs spread that way.
 Stay home if you get sick.
 Follow public health advice regarding school closures, avoiding crowds and other social distancing measures. These measures will continue to be important after a novel H1N1 vaccine is available because they can prevent the spread of other viruses that cause respiratory infections.  The “H” stands for haemaglutinin and the ‘N” stands for neuraminidase. These are changeable structures in the virus that interact with the immune system. In any case if IMMUNITY is week, there are more chances to attack the virus.
 It is aimed and observations at the clinical efficacy of non-invasive methods of SuJok particularly Acupuncture therapy in treatment, rehabilitation and enhancement of resistance of frequently ill person, with chronic internal foci of infection and recurrent respiratory diseases, to external infections. When evaluating the energy state common characteristics were found that allowed to apply some universal approaches to treatment of a group of frequently ill person, in most of the people the general energy state was low and affected organs were characterized by energy deficiency. The greatest imbalance was found in the corporal Yin meridian system and most often the dominating energy was coldness (fear).
 Acupuncture (SuJok), itself is a powerful medicine, which aids in strengthening the immune system and serves to prevent diseases, control pain and increase both the ability to function and the quality of peoples lives.  Acupuncture has been shown to promote the health and improve the body’s immune function. It has also helped many people who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine.  Several conditions can be dramatically improved or remedied in full including the existing.
 I personally feels if one has a strong IMMUNITY, it can not affect the person. AND, Acupuncture may enhance the immunity in a effective way including the other symptoms. The treatment concept is only on the palms.
 Treatment ;
 Enhance immunity. It can be through marking red color with permanent marker pen on the palm at the mount below thumb, as per picture.
 Index finger middle joint to mark with red color horizontally<in circle>. 
 According to energy concept of SuJok, Heat chakra is projected, its centre is in the middle of the thumb’s proximal phalanx’s.  It will also keep the immunity stronger. One should mark with red color permanent marker pen as shown in picture.
 Enhancement of body’s resistance to infections(stimulate of the thymus, adrenal glands and the pituitary gland),
 Elimination of symptoms of inflammation through spleen,
 Improvement of microcirculation and oxidation process in tissues,
 Normalisation of cortico subcortical links,
 Increase of the general tonus and recovery of impaired psycho emotional state.
 THIS TOOL DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. It is intended for general informational purposes only and does not address an individual circumstances. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and should not be relied on to make decisions about the health. Never ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment because of something you have read on the BLOG. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call the doctor.  It has been highlighted for the benefits of mankind, human being. If any body require more details may ask. Though, no medicine is recommended, hence no side effect. If applied properly, one may get the positive results. THOUGH, the information provided here is for educational and informational purposes only. In no way one should it be considered as offering medical advice, but a natural one.
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Anemia is a condition in which the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood is reduced, that develops when blood lacks enough healthy red blood cells. Oxygen is transported around the body by the iron-containing pigment haemoglobin in the bloods erythrocytes(red blood cells), these cells are the main transporters of oxygen to organs. If red blood cells are also deficient in hemoglobin, then the body is not getting enough iron.  Anaemia can result from insufficient or abnormal haemoglobin in the red cell or inadequate or abnormal red cells in the circulating blood.
 Symptoms of anemia, like fatigue occur because organs aren’t getting enough oxygen. 
 Frequent headache.
 Cold feet and hands.
 Pale body.
 Tired body. 
 One may be able to fight off anemia by diet itself that includes beans and dark leafy greens(foods rich in iron, vitamin B12; Calcium can interfere with absorption of iron, so if one has to take iron and calcium supplements,take iron in morning and calcium in evening; most of the pregnant women develop anemia.
 Anemia is a condition in which you don’t make enough red blood cells or those cells don’t have enough hemoglobin,a protein that carries oxygen from lungs to rest of body. Iron deficiency is the most common cause,but some people with anemia get plenty of iron and don’t absorb it properly. A lack of folic acid or vitamin B12 can also prevent the body from making enough red blood cells and lead to anemia. In sickle-cell anemia,an inherited condition,red blood cells are misshapen and unable to move through the body.
 Certain forms of anemia are hereditary and infants may be affected from the time of birth.
 Women in the childbearing years are particularly susceptible to a form of anemia called iron-deficiency anemia because of the blood loss from menstruation and the increased blood supply demands during pregnancy.
 Seniors also may have a greater risk of developing anemia because of poor diet and other medical conditions.
  Iron-deficiency anemia, the most common type, is very treatable with diet changes. Some forms of anemia  like the anemia that develops during pregnancy-are even considered normal.
 Who’s at risk?  If one don’t eat enough iron-rich foods or have heavy periods, ulcers, are pregnant or recently had surgery, there are chances to develop it. People who are undergoing radiation or chemotherapy or battling an infection are also at risk.
 Why is it dangerous? As body is not getting enough oxygen and if left untreated, this can damage heart and other organs. Anemia can also cause fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness, pale skin and concentration problems.  It may not have noticeable symptoms,that is why it is often observed unexpectedly during blood tests looking for other conditions. It’s diagnosed with a simple blood test called a complete blood count, or CBC.  Some rare forms of anemia may be best treated with a bone marrow transplant.
 Causes ;  
 The blood loss – red blood cells can be lost through bleeding, which can occur slowly over a long period of time, and can often go undetected. This kind of chronic bleeding commonly results from the following : Gastrointestinal conditions such as peptic ulcers, hemorrhoids, gastritis (inflammation of the stomach) and cancer.  Use of non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) such as aspirin.
 It is caused by decreased or faulty red blood cell production — The body may produce too few blood cells or the blood cells may not work properly. In either case, anemia can result. Red blood cells may be faulty or decreased due to abnormal red blood cells or the lack of minerals and vitamins needed for red blood cells to work properly. Conditions associated with these causes of anemia include the following: Sickle cell anemia – is an inherited disorder. Red blood cells become crescent-shaped because of a genetic defect. They break down rapidly, so oxygen does not get to the body’s organs, causing anemia. The crescent-shaped red blood cells also get stuck in tiny blood vessels, causing pain. 
 Iron deficiency anemia-occurs because of a lack of the mineral iron in the body.  Bone marrow in the center of the bone needs iron to make hemoglobin, the part of the red blood cell that transports oxygen to the body’s organs. Without adequate iron, the body cannot produce enough hemoglobin for red blood cells. The result is iron deficiency anemia. Iron deficiency anemia can be caused by the following: An iron-poor diet, especially in infants, children, teens and vegetarians. The metabolic demands of pregnancy and breastfeeding that deplete a woman’s iron stores. Menstruation. Frequent blood donation. Endurance training. Digestive conditions such as Crohn’s disease or surgical removal of part of the stomach or small intestine. Certain drugs, foods, and caffeinated drinks.
 Vitamin deficiency when vitamin B-12 and folate are deficient. These two vitamins are needed to make red blood cells. Conditions leading to anemia caused by vitamin deficiency include the following: Megaloblastic anemia: Vitamin B-12 or folate or both are deficient. Pernicious anemia:  Poor vitamin B-12 absorption caused by conditions such as Crohn’s disease, an intestinal parasite infection, surgical removal of part of the stomach or intestine, or infection with HIV.  Dietary deficiency: Eating little or no may cause a lack vitamin B12, while overcooking or eating too few vegetables may cause a folate deficiency. Other causes of vitamin deficiency: pregnancy, certain medications, alcohol abuse, intestinal diseases such as tropical sprue and gluten-sensitive enteropathy (celiac disease). During early pregnancy, sufficient folic acid can prevent the fetus from developing neural tube defects such as spina bifida. Bone marrow and stem cell problems may prevent the body from producing enough red blood cells. Some of the stem cells found in bone marrow develop into red blood cells. If stem cells are too few, defective, or replaced by other cells such as metastatic cancer cells, anemia may result. Anemia resulting from bone marrow or stem cell problems include the following: Aplastic anemia occurs when there’s a marked reduction in the number of stem cells or absence of these cells. Aplastic anemia can be inherited, can occur without apparent cause, or can occur when the bone marrow is injured by medications, radiation, chemotherapy, or infection.
 Thalassemia occurs when the red cells can’t mature and grow properly. It is an inherited condition. This condition can range in severity from mild to life-threatening; the most severe form is called Cooley’s anemia. Lead exposure is toxic to the bone marrow, leading to fewer red blood cells. Lead poisoning occurs in adults from work-related exposure and in children who eat paint chips. Improperly glazed pottery can also taint food and liquids with lead.
 Conditions causing this type of anemia include the following: Advanced kidney disease. Hypothyroidism. Other chronic diseases include cancer, infection, and autoimmune disorders such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. Anemia Caused by Destruction of Red Blood Cells  When red blood cells are fragile and cannot withstand the routine stress of the circulatory system, they may rupture prematurely, causing hemolytic anemia. Hemolytic anemia is usually associated with jaundice, yellow discoloration of skin and other tissues. Sometimes there is no known cause (spontaneous). Known causes of hemolytic anemia may include any of the following: Inherited conditions, such as sickle cell anemia and thalassemia. Stressors such as infections, drugs, spider venom, or certain foods. Toxins from advanced liver or kidney disease. Inappropriate attack by the immune system(called hemolytic disease of the newborn when it occurs in the fetus of a pregnant woman). Vascular grafts, prosthetic heart valves, tumors, severe burns, chemical exposure, severe hypertension, and clotting disorders.  In rare cases, an enlarged spleen can trap red blood cells and destroy them before their circulating time is up.
 Acupuncture SuJok, itself is a powerful medicine, which aids in strengthening the immune system and serves to prevent diseases, control pain and increase both the ability to function and the quality of peoples lives.  Acupuncture has been shown to promote the health and improve the body’s immune function. It has also helped many people who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine.  Several conditions can be dramatically improved or remedied in full including Anemia.  It is a traditionally accomplished through insertion of very fine needles at the certain energy gates, joints of affected organs or energy flow therapy of SuJok located in miniature form of hands and feet’s.   Its energy concept of treatment on the palm will be chosen for overall well being with the objective of increasing circulation of the blood and vital energy. The course of treatment is definitely uneventful!
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Also called; Acid indigestion, a painful burning feeling in chest or throat. It happens when stomach acid backs up into esophagus, the tube that carries food from mouth to stomach. If experiencing frequent heartburn or more than twice a week, one should consider having gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), food sticking, blood or weight loss may be associated with a more severe problem, such as esophagus and Barrett’s esophagus.  With GERD, the muscles at the end of esophagus do not close tightly enough, this allows contents of the stomach to back up, or reflux, into the esophagus which irritate it.  The condition has been linked to unhealthy living and a poor diet and one of the most common digestive disorders.  The condition is caused by small amounts of acid from the stomach rising up into the gullet. The gullet,unlike the stomach, does not have a protective lining therefore when it is exposed to the acid, it can become inflamed and painful-leading to the sensation of heartburn. Though heartburn is the most common symptom of acid reflux,it is not the only problem. If you have other symptoms such as crushing chest pain, it could be a heart attack. 
One should try-natural remedies for heartburn ;
Avoid Heartburn trigger foods,beverages that most commonly trigger heartburn include: Citrus fruits,juices, chocolate,peppermint, excessive alcohol consumption,particularly red wine, tomatoes and tomato-based products, greasy or spicy foods, fatty or acidic foods, caffeinated beverages such as coffee, carbonated beverages,such as colas.
Eat smaller, more frequent meals.  Large meals expand stomach and can increase upward pressure against esophageal sphincter.  Wait at least 2 to 3 hours after eating to head to bed, not eating close to bedtime.
Gravity helps keep the stomach juices from backing up into esophagus and assists flow of food and digestive juices from the stomach to the intestines – why if having heart burn may feel better standing up right after eating than laying down. 
Elevate your head while sleeping.  Laying down flat presses the stomach’s contents against the lower esophageal sphincter(LES), which is the connection between esophagus and stomach. With head higher than the stomach, gravity helps reduce this pressure. One can elevate the head a few inches in a couple of ways. You can place blocks or anything that’s sturdy securely under legs of your bed at head. You can also use an extra pillow, or a wedge-shaped pillow, to elevate your head. 
Don’t Smoke.  Nicotine relaxes esophageal sphincter. Smoking also stimulates production of stomach acid.
Relax-while stress hasn’t been linked directly to heartburn, it is known that it can lead to behaviors that can trigger heartburn. Follow these relaxation tips to alleviate stress, and thus make stress-related heartburn less likely.
Losing weight if obesity contributes to the problem.
Wearing loose-fitting clothes.
Symptoms are much worse if to put yourself in a horizontal position with a stomach full of food and fluid so the best way to treat it is not to go to bed after you have eaten. 
Try ; Baking Soda, a natural antacid. If you dissolve a teaspoon of baking soda in 8 ounces of water, it can neutralize acid and temporarily alleviate heartburn caused by acid reflux. There are some drawbacks, however, to this. When you add baking soda to water,it releases carbon dioxide. That’s what causes fizz. This fizz can open LES to enable you to burp,and help relieve pressure from bloating. Unfortunately, though, opening LES can also allow stomach contents to reflux up into the esophagus. 
Bananas, act as natural antacid in body,can eat either fresh,dried bananas.
Chamomile Tea, used to help neutralize stomach acid, can also be used as a stress reliever.
Apple Cider Vinegar.
Ginger, is one of the oldest remedies for heartburn, also used to help treat nausea. 
Turmeric,helps stimulate digestion and prevent acid build-up.
Symptoms also suggest that somehow damage have already occurred include: Dysphagia: difficulty swallowing or a feeling that food is trapped behind the breast bone.
Bleeding: vomiting blood, or having tarry, black bowel movements.
Choking: sensation of acid refluxed into the windpipe causing shortness of breath, coughing, or hoarseness of the voice.
Weight Loss.
GERD sufferer and are taking the right steps  to treat it.
•Do you frequently have one or more of the following:
 a-an uncomfortable feeling behind the breastbone that seems to be moving upward from the stomach?
 b-a burning sensation in the back of throat?
 c-a bitter acid taste in mouth?
 •Do you often experience these problems after meals?
 •Do you experience heartburn or acid indigestion two or more times per week?
 •Do you find that antacids only provide temporary relief from your symptoms?
 •Are you taking prescription medication to treat heartburn, but still having symptoms?
 If you said yes to two or more of the above, you may have GERD. To know for sure, see a gastrointestinal.  
 Or ACUPUNCTURE SuJok energy and color therapy, may overcome the symptoms. Acupuncture, itself is a powerful medicine, which aids in strengthening the immune system and serves to prevent diseases, control pain and increase both the ability to function and the quality of peoples lives. It has also helped many people who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine.  Several conditions can be dramatically improved or remedied in full including Heart Burn.  The beauty of acupuncture is that each treatment is catered to the needs of an individual patient. Its energy concept on the palm will be chosen for overall well being with the objective of increasing circulation of the blood and vital energy.

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 Oriental medicine has a long history when it comes to enhancing fertility for both men and women. In fact,evidence that acupuncture has been used to aid fertility can be found in early medical literature dating back to 3AD.
 According to principles of energy, person’s health is determined by quality of Qi, the vital life energy, and the blood circulating through body. When Qi and blood are circulating properly, body is properly nourished and functioning optimally which, in turn, enhances fertility.
 Researchers have confirmed ACUPUNCTURES benefit in the following areas: Regulate menstrual cycle.  Improve sperm count and motility.  Reduce stress and anxiety associated with infertility.  Normalize hormone and endocrine systems.  Improve blood flow in uterus.  Decrease chance of miscarriage.  Increase the chance of pregnancy for women undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF).  Fertility treatments vary from person to person, but are usually scheduled for at least three consecutive cycles (twelve weeks).
 Acupuncture Increases IVF success – Acupuncture was delivered either just before or just after embryo transfer – a step in the process of in vitro fertilization (IVF) whereby one or several embryos are placed into the uterus. It is thought that acupuncture stimulates the neurotransmitters that trigger the production of gonadotrophin-releasing hormone, which controls menstrual cycle and a woman’s ovulation. It is also thought to stimulate blood flow to the uterus and boost the production of endogenous opioids, inducing body to relax.  Acupuncture Improves Sperm Quality.
 The ability to reproduce. Female fertility depends on normal ovulation and normal internal reproductive organs <ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervic and vagina>. Most women are fertile soon after their first mentrual period until their periods cease at the menopause, though conception may be less likely in the early teens and after the age of 40 <contraception will still be necessary at these times if pregenancy is not desired>. The most fertile part of te reproductive cycle is the few days that lead up to ovulation, which usually occurs about 14 days before a menstrual period. A healthy woman has more chance of conceiving from regular sexual intercourse during any menstrual cycle. In women problem may be failure to ovulate, blockage of the fallopian tubes, hormonal disturbances or defects in the uterus.
 Male fertility depends on the production of normal numbers of healthy sperm by the testes an unobstructed passage through the vas difference<sperm carrying tube>, seminal vesicle ,organ that contributes liquid to semen and stores sperm and urethra through which semen is ejaculated, normal production of other constituents of semen by the seminal vesicles and prostate, and the ability to achieve sexual penetration and ejaculate semen into the vagina.  Men become fertile during puberity and generally remain fertile as long as they are able to obtain a natural erection of the penis and climax with an ejaculation. In men, causes include defective sperm production, blocakage of the ejaculatory ducts or inability to ejaculate. There may be disorders of the seminal fluid or the cervical mucus that prevent sperm reaching the ovum,egg in the tube.
 Anovulation : When the body fails to ovulate, or release a mature egg. This normally occurs around 14 days before the next period. Failure to ovulate results in irregular periods, missed periods, infertility and abnormal bleeding. It can be sometimes difficult to track anovulation as some women still have monthly cycles. However, if you are having regular monthly periods, it is most likely that you are ovulating. It can be determine for sure if ovulation has occurred through bloodwork or transvaginal ultrasound.
 Oligoovulation : Ovulating infrequently or irregularly. Usually, a woman ovulates, or releases a mature egg once a month, about halfway through her cycle. Oligoovulation is seen in women with irregular cycles, or very long cycles (more then 50 days). This may make it difficult to track your fertile days if trying to conceive.
 Besides this, if pituitary gland is to stimulate or enhance its vital energy, as it produce more gonadeotrophins so that ova eggs mature in and are released from the ovaries.  
 Acupuncture SuJok is a traditionally accomplished through insertion of the very fine micro needles at the certain energy meridians, energy gates, joints of affected organs, or energy flow therapy of SuJok located in miniature form on hands and feets.  Thus, the  energy concept is one such treatment, which is effective at all the three levels – •BODY •MIND •EMOTIONS and provide positive effective results to have fertility,conception problems. The remission of the disease can be achieved in a effective way.  The course of treatment could defenietly be uneventful.  High effect – on pricking 1mm small micro tiny needles only on the hand to adjust the energy flow system of the body or can be done with small magnets similar to pulse size to put on fingers only. ONE MUST OPT IT as this system is powerful and safe with no side effect as medicine is ever given. If it does not give positive results, it will not harm in any way.
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