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In almost all cases, tinnitus is caused by the brain’s reaction to a loss of hearing. This reduces the auditory or sound input to the brain. The brain doesn’t like that and will create a new sensation to take the place of what it had been expecting.   TINNITUS & RINGING CAUSE: The Age, hair cells damage, inflammation, Loud Noises, Earwax, Changes To Ear Structure, Meniere’s Disease, Head or Neck Injuries, Acoustic Neuroma, Atherosclerosis, High Blood Pressure, Drugs and Medications, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Hearing Loss, Otosclerosis, Tumors, Smoking, Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome, Meniere’s Disease, The ear hairs are actually tiny, sensory hair cells in our...

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Guide to essential oils More corporations than ever are trying to find ways to “go green” and cut potentially dangerous chemicals out of their lives. Kessab Herbs one of those corporations in U S A which working to developing such products that maybe are chemicals to go green where essential oils step in. What are essential oils? Essential oils, which are obtained through mechanical pressing or distillation, are concentrated plant extracts that retain the natural smell and flavor of their source. Each essential oil has a unique composition of chemicals, and this variation affects the smell, absorption, and effects on...

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What is molluscum contagiosum? Molluscum contagiosum is a common skin disease that is caused by a virus. The disease is generally mild and should not be a reason for concern or worry. Molluscum infection causes small white, pink, or flesh-colored bumps or growths with a dimple or pit in the center. The bumps are usually smooth and firm and can appear anywhere on the body. They may become sore, red, and swollen but are usually painless. The bumps normally disappear within six months to twelve months without treatment and without leaving scars. In people with weakened immune systems, molluscum growths...

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Few large-scale studies involving humans have determined the effects of aromatherapy on RA exclusively. However, essential oils and aromatherapy are considered safe to use for RA, alongside conventional treatments. How Aromatherapy May Help Arthritis Pain Ongoing, persistent joint pain can cause daily discomfort. Everyday tasks can become frustrating and painful, severely reducing your ability to live life at its fullest. Arthritis, the all-encompassing term for joint pain and joint disease, inflamed joints, swelling, pain, stiffness, and a decrease in range of motion are often associated with arthritis. Thankfully, essential oils are concentrated compounds with the ability to help maintain comfort...

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You’ve probably had the experience of encountering a smell that instantly evokes a strong memory or feeling. Maybe a waft of perfume reminds you of your grandmother, or the scent of motor oil takes you back to hanging out with your dad in the garage while he worked on his car.Our sense of smell is directly wired to the brain’s centers of memory and emotion. Cells inside the nose detect smells in our environment, and send information to the brain, via the olfactory nerve. (We also have a cluster of cells the top of the throat that detects scents from...

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