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Natural Fiber Therapy Editor's Pick

Natural Fiber Therapy is a bulk-forming fiber laxative. This medicine works by absorbing liquid and swelling in the intestines to create a softer, bulky stool that is easier to pass. Natural Fiber Therapy is used to treat occasional constipation or bowel irregularity. This medicine may also help lower...

Acne Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

sticky cells block the skin's hair follicles, trapping the sebum. The blocked, oil-filled follicle then causes the bacteria normally in the hair follicles to multiply. This leads to inflammation, redness and pimples (pustules). In adolescents, acne flare-ups probably are related to a natural increase in...

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Insomnia Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

to treat some patients with insomnia. These therapies include: Relaxation therapy — Special techniques to quiet the mind and relax the muscles Sleep restriction — A program that at first permits only a few hours of sleep per night, then gradually increases the nightly sleeping time Reconditioning — A...

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Seizure Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

operate a motor vehicle or other dangerous machinery until seizures are well controlled. In general, this means waiting for at least six months after the most recent seizure. Treatment The primary goal of epilepsy therapy is to prevent seizures as much as possible and minimize side effects. When seizures...

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Constipation and Impaction Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

constipation in adults include: A diet low in fiber —You need about 25 grams to 30 grams of fiber every day to soften the stool and encourage proper bowel function. Most American diets contain less than half that amount. Inadequate fluid intake — To help prevent stools from becoming dry and hard, your daily...

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Natural Fiber Therapy Natural Laxative Natural Laxative OTC Brands - Drugs.com Natural Fiber Therapy Natural Laxative Natural Laxative Brands We have 2 labels with the same name. Please choose the one you want: Major Pharmaceuticals Name: Natural Fiber Therapy Natural Laxative Natural Laxative...

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Pain Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

nerve stimulation (TENS), which uses electrical impulses to stimulate the nerve endings at or near the site of pain Non-drug treatments may be especially useful for people with chronic pain. In some cases, these treatments may stimulate natural painkillers, called endorphins, which are created within...

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Osteoarthritis Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

Another approved treatment for osteoarthritis of the knee is hyaluronate injections. Hyaluronate is a natural substance in joints that provides lubrication.   The injectable hyaluronate drugs are synthesized forms that can be injected one time or weekly for three to five weeks. Some studies suggest that...

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High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

need to start medication to lower your blood pressure. That doesn’t mean you will always need drug therapy. Losing weight, decreasing stress, eating healthier, and exercising daily can potentially bring your readings into the normal range. But even if you still need medication, your lifestyle efforts...

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Vertigo Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

of vestibular rehabilitation, also called balance rehabilitation. The types of exercises prescribed depend upon the underlying cause of dizziness and what movements provoke the symptoms. Your doctor may refer you to an audiologist and / or a physical therapist to help design and instruct your therapy....

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

generalized anxiety disorder. However, it is used much less frequently than the drugs listed above. Like antidepressants, it usually takes two to three weeks to begin working. Psychotherapy A number of psychotherapy techniques may be helpful. Here are some examples: Cognitive behavioral therapy helps you...

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