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Vitamin D deficiency: Symptoms warning your levels are too low include an incessant noise

Vitamin D deficiency: Symptoms warning your levels are too low include an incessant noise Known as the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D is produced by the body in response to skin being exposed to sunlight. It also occurs naturally in a few foods including some fish and egg yolks. Lacking in the vitamin, however, could cause an incessant sound in your ears. According to ...

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High blood pressure: The drink that has ‘significant’ lowering effects on hypertension

High blood pressure: The drink that has ‘significant’ lowering effects on hypertension One inevitable cause of high blood pressure is ageing, which leads to the stiffening of arteries. Graham MacGregor, a professor of cardiovascular medicine at the Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine in London, told The Times:“Generally, if you don’t have raised blood pressure now, you will have in your ...

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Parkinson’s disease symptoms: The sign that can develop ‘several years’ ahead of time

Parkinson’s disease symptoms: The sign that can develop ‘several years’ ahead of time Anosmia – i.e. a loss of sense of smell – sometimes occurs “several years” before other symptoms develop, the NHS stated. Parkinson’s is estimated to affect 127,000 people in the UK alone. Exactly why Parkinson’s occurs is still unknown, although a combination of genetic and environmental factors ...

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Blood clots: Five ‘very serious’ warning signs of a blocked blood vessel in the lungs

Blood clots: Five ‘very serious’ warning signs of a blocked blood vessel in the lungs If blood is prevented from reaching the lungs, fast medical treatment could be “life-saving”. First, however, you must know when to call for an ambulance. One of the main symptoms of a pulmonary embolism is chest pain; this may be accompanied by shortness of breath ...

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How to sleep: The 30-second rhythmic exercise that induces sleep within ‘four minutes’

How to sleep: The 30-second rhythmic exercise that induces sleep within ‘four minutes’ By using the brain tapping method, the frequency-following response is activated. Donovan explained that head-bobbing motions that are incited by listening to music are an example of the frequency-following response in action. “If the exercise doesn’t work as you hoped it would in the first go, don’t ...

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High cholesterol: The cooking oil proven to lower levels – and it’s available everywhere

High cholesterol: The cooking oil proven to lower levels – and it’s available everywhere Too much of the fatty substance called cholesterol can block your blood vessels. This can lead to heart problems and stroke. Changing your diet and getting more exercise can sometimes be enough to prevent this. One thing to try is swapping your normal oil for olive ...

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