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Wheezing from allergies? Asthma?

Hi, for a approximate two week period in the Spring (end of April to early May) I wheeze and have horrible runny nose and itchy eyes. The wheeze is often low, and I feel like I have mucus in my lungs. The thing is, I can still run the same, exercise the same etc. Does this mean I have asthma? I never needed an inhaler before EVER. NEVER needed it. NEVER used it. I just let it run its course and move on. When I was a little kid (like 5 years old), I was diagnosed with exercised induced asthma because I was a fat little kid. I never wheezed then. Again, the only time I wheeze is that two week stretch. I just went for a run in the freezing cold, ran 1.5 miles in 13 minutes, and besides being tired and cold I have no problems.

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get off wheat gluten. It can be related to asthma and allergies. To cut allergy response, take vitamins, cut inflammatory foods sugar, fried, wheat, processed junk. eat dark leafy greens, eggs, raw frutis and veges, non processed food in a box or can.

I need a lot of skin help?

I’ve been wanting to post this question for a while but I haven’t because I was just to lazy. I first started wearing makeup when I was in sixth grade because my mom finally went along with it. I wasn’t aloud to wear certain things but eventually I sneaked around with it and when she realized she just went along with it. I kind of wish I didn’t do that because now I’m having problems and I’m only in Seventh grade, almost eighth. So I’ve been spending tons of money on makeup and things for oily skin. My skin is EXTREMELY oily it’s so gross. After about two hours of the school day my skin feels greasy. I’ve tried almost every single idea and remedy out there even if it didn’t make since. When I was in sixth grade I got blackheads around my nose and on my skin, THEY NEVER GO AWAY. So I’ve done some stupid things to them that just caused acne scaring and made them worse. So now it’s even harder to stop wearing makeup because my scars look horrible under the sunlight. I’ve been wearing a lot of makeup and re applying a lot but now I have on a vitamin E skin cream to repair my skin at the moment and I’m going to try to not wear makeup tomorrow but I look so horrible without it. My skin has also lost it’s natural glow!!! My skin is all dull and ugly!! Any advice? Help me please, thanks! Another thing I also think my skin is really oily because I’ve dried it out to much. Sometimes when I put on my makeup in the morning it looks flaky but eventually that goes away when my skin gets oily. I’ve used face masks that dry out my skin and alcohol which is horrible I know. My skin feels tight when I’m done washing it so I think my skin is dehydrated how can I bring my skin back to life?? Sorry for any spelling mistakes

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Listen to your mom.

How safe are anti depressant meds?

I have been in a blue funk for years but am leery of anti depressants I was on them before and quit them and did not do it gradually and I had the worst feeling can’t even explain it just it scared me as I felt out of control.went on them again and went off them gradually and that was better but I am now leery of them but am sick of feeling so down all the time.What to do to cheer myself up?

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Anxiety, depression, nervousness, worry or stress can cause over 100 symptoms or health problems as as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A0oGkmYCx0ZQ5CUA.T4L5gt.?p=%22over+100+anxiety+symptoms%22&fr2=sb-top&fr=ush-ans&type_param=&rd=r1 Prescription medication for anxiety, stress, nervousness, depression and worry can give you bad side effects so natural remedies are often much better. Natural remedies for anxiety, stress, nervousness, worry and depression include exercise, Yoga, Melatonin, 5-HTP, Valerian Root, other herbs, vitamin B complex and other remedies as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22natural+anxiety+remedies%22&fr=ush-ans

Why do I have really bad anxiety?& will it go away ?

I am 19 and have been on atenolol (25mg) for about almost a year now & I recently had an anxiety/panic attack that hasn’t gone away since. I got it after a run . idk if I was running too fast or I’m not sure what happened I just thought I was dying after I stopped . It’s now been maybe 3 weeks after and I still feel really bad. The anxiety I have drives me crazy I can’t concentrate, have a hard time breathing have a heavy head, not really eating , fear fear fear FEAR of mostly everything !!! Afraid that it won’t go away. I just want it gone desperately . Some ppl have spoken to me about them having it for a day than going away or them getting it due to someone passing away or a job. I just find it difficult to understand because I’ve had nothing going on that could be my reason to have it and this bad .

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Anxiety, depression, nervousness, worry or stress can cause over 100 symptoms or health problems as as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A0oGkmYCx0ZQ5CUA.T4L5gt.?p=%22over+100+anxiety+symptoms%22&fr2=sb-top&fr=ush-ans&type_param=&rd=r1 Prescription medication for anxiety, stress, nervousness, depression and worry can give you bad side effects so natural remedies are often much better. Natural remedies for anxiety, stress, nervousness, worry and depression include exercise, Yoga, Melatonin, 5-HTP, Valerian Root, other herbs, vitamin B complex and other remedies as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22natural+anxiety+remedies%22&fr=ush-ans

can you tell me how to find an article on yahoo yesterday about taking vitamin supplements and fat loss?

I read an article yesterday on yahoo about 7 vitamin supplements that may help with fat loss like vitaming D, etc…. And now I can’t find it?? help!!

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Can’t find it either. But the trick to these postings you are talking about is the scrolling they make you do to read the article….and post more ads. A basic multivitamin, a healthy diet of whole foods, moderate exercise, plenty of water and sleep are what work. Try lifestyles. http://health.yahoo.net/healthyliving/weight-loss

How to reduce the risk of breast cancer? Someone please help me advise !?

How to reduce the risk of breast cancer? Someone please help me advise !

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Spend 30 minutes a day doing housework , or breastfeeding can also help women reduce the risk of breast cancer . Breast cancer is one of the common cancer in women and the disease caused the highest mortality risk among cancer . To bengj breast cancer prevention , women should perform the following simple things . 1 . Doing housework Experts suggest that regular physical activity is one way to help reduce the risk of breast cancer for women . Exercise form is the simplest exercise or do housework every day . Advocacy reduce the number of fat cells . These cells are responsible for producing hormones like estrogen , testosterone and is believed to have a stimulating effect on tumor growth . So if campaigning hard to reduce fat cells , the risk of developing tumors also decreased. Women should spend 30 minutes per day for moderate physical activity , such as cleaning the house . This will reduce the risk of breast cancer by at least 20 % . So the work is quite effective way for you to reduce the risk of breast cancer for her . 2 . Breastfeeding A recent study of the Cancer Research Society World said women breastfeeding within one year without a sustained , can be reduced by 5 % risk of breast cancer compared with women who did not breastfeeding . For women to breastfeed longer , the lower the risk . Health experts believe that breastfeeding reduces the level of hormone related cancer in the mother’s blood . When to stop breastfeeding , your body will remove the damaged cells can change into cancer thu.3 . Drinking less alcohol Regular consumption of stimulants will increase the risk of breast cancer , and of course the more you drink , the higher the risk . That’s because alcohol interfere with estrogen metabolism and impact in many ways , affect hormone levels and estrogen receptors . The amount of alcohol you consume may be inversely proportional relationship with folate ( folic acid or vitamin B9 is also called ) , which have the effect of folate to prevent cancer cells . Therefore, the amount of alcohol you consume increases, the effect of folate decreases the risk of breast cancer is higher. If the people like to drink alcohol , try to find ways to decrease gradually , from not drinking to drink less to avoid getting sick. 4 . Limiting working the night shift The Danish researchers said that women who work night shifts every 3 weeks for 6 years is likely to be breast cancer twice with women who did not work night shifts . However, this conclusion needs to be studied further . However, the Danish study also said that working at night would not be good for your health because it can cause poor diet , moderation does not work – it could be the cause hormone disorders change the balance of estrogen , thereby leading to breast cancer – not job itself . So , if not necessarily the night shift sisters should be restricted to work night and staying up late .

I don’t know what to do anymore my depression is getting worse and I’m having abnormal thoughts?

I’m so mentally and physically tired of living. I always think about hurting myself and it’s not just when I’m feeling really depressed. I’ve tried medicine after medicine and nothing works. I’ve even tried taking vitamins that are supposed to help but nothing works. I’ve changed my sleep schedule to a normal one and changed my diet. I don’t know what to do. Even though I think about hurting myself I never do but the thought is always there and I’m scared one day if I get depressed enough I might. I know I need help and I’m trying my hardest and they always say admitting the problem is the first step. Does anyone have any advice about what I should do? I didn’t add some of my abnormal thoughts because I was scared to but I know admitting them will help. I sometimes think about how it will feel while I’m dying or how it would feel to cut myself or someone else. I just get these random horrible thoughts all of the time and can’t get rid of them. I don’t know what it is.

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yes i know what your battling through i felt the same way you felt along time ago . i may able to help you get through this. if u need someone to talk to click on my profile there should be my email . am be more then happy to chat with you to help you out. best of luck

I think I’m anemic help :/?

Okay so lately I have been feeling extremely tired but can’t sleep, my body constantly aches and I feel out of breath (tired version) all the time. I have tried donating blood and they always say my iron is too low so what do you think? I have also had random pain all over.

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Both anemia and insufficient sleep are common causes of fatigue. You seem to have a fatigue problem. Perhaps the energy vitamin B12 can help or a vitamin B complex. Coenzyme Q10 can also help to boost your energy level as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22coenzyme+q10+for+energy%22&fr=ush-ans The super food Spirulina is another good energy booster. One of the most common fatigue causes is anxiety, which is known to effect 40 million U.S. adults each year. Anxiety is a state of fear of real or imagined danger, which is manifested as increased heart rate, trembling, panic, weakness, extreme fatigue and stomach or intestinal discomfort. Anxiety disorders make up the largest mental illness diagnosis in the U.S. Besides anxiety there are many other common fatigue causes such as insufficient sleep, too much sleep, under eating, thyroid problems or other illnesses (such as anemia, mononucleosis, CFS, glandular fever and many others), side effects from medication, dehydration, overexertion, an unhealthy diet and other causes as discussed in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22common+fatigue+causes%22&fr=ush-ans