The Doctor's Book of Home Remedies -Thousands of Tips and Techniques Anyone Can
Use to Heal Everyday Health Problems by the Editors of Prevention Magazine
is a wonderful book on classic inexpensive home remedies covering some of the most
difficult and elusive medical problems to treat successfully.
For instance, the editors cite numerous ways to handle allergies. Examples include
air conditioning the house, use of a dehumidifier, wiping down humid areas with clorox,
isolating pets from the bedroom, sealing the bedding with plastic, using throw
rugs, washing mattrerss pads in hot water and using synthetic pillows.
The editors cite numerous home remedies to alleviate angina, although you
should consult with the cardiologist often on this matter. The editors recommend
taking an aspirin a day, tilting the head of the bed up 3-4 inches, smoking
cessation, eating a diet with 10% of calories from fat and finally taking a stress
test by the cardiologist in order to determine the types of exercises most
suitable to oxygenate the body and reduce angina. In actuality, exercise
trained muscles can pull more oxygen out of arterial blood helping to alleviate
The editors cite numerous ways to combat sinusitis including the use of
steam, bathing the nostrils daily in a saline solution with baking soda,
sipping herbal teas like fenugreek, anise and sage, as well as
utilizing garlic, horseradish and cajun spice on foods.
The Doctor's Book of Home Remedies -Thousands of Tips and Techniques Anyone
Can Use to Heal Everyday Health Problems by the Editors of Prevention Magazine
is an excellent resource when used in conjunction with your professional medical
providers. Each chapter contains an exhaustive list of medical advisers from
prestigious colleges, universities and noted private practitioners.
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