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Cluster headaches are belonging to the Primary type of headaches. This is one of the most painful afflictions which are known to people. People who suffer from it are describing the cluster headache as a hot dagger which is being poked through their eye into their brain. Women have said that this pain is equivalent to the labor pain while men are describing it as the worst pain that they have felt in their lives.

This type of headaches is involving relentless and intense pain in or around one eye on one side of your head. The symptoms of this condition in some cases can be confused with a migraine but there is one big difference between them. It is known that the cluster headaches are happening in pattern and they arise in cluster periods or outbursts of frequent attacks that generally last from 6 – 12 weeks. A cluster period in the most cases ends in remission when there are not symptoms for months or in some cases even with years there are not symptoms of this condition. The pain of the cluster headache can be intense but this condition is rare and they symptoms of it can be relieved or reduced with a mix of natural and conventional headache remedies.

What are cataracts?

While the cloudiness may be due to ageing (the fancy word for that is nuclear sclerosis), the cloudiness could also be due to cataracts. Unlike nuclear sclerosis, cataracts don’t allow any light to pass through the lens of the eye, causing blindness in dogs and cats.

The lens usually consists of perfectly arranged fibres. The alignment is so perfect, it allows the lens to remain clear enough for light from the outside to pass through. Cataracts occur when these fibres are disrupted either because of:

  • Developmental issues (seen with congenital cataracts and dietary deficiencies)

  • Inflammation due to trauma or infection

  • Toxin exposure

  • Age

  • Systemic disease, like diabetes mellitus
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When you think of melon, you probably think of long summer days spent on the beach or porch chewing on sweet, crisp fruit.

However, if you’re from the Caribbean or Asia, bitter melon may also come to mind.
The strange fruit may look like a lumpy cucumber or a sad gourd, but it’s one of the healthiest foods on the planet.

Traditional Uses

Bitter melon is typically used for to treat various stomach and intestinal disorders.

These include:
– Upset stomach
– Ulcers
– Colitis
– Constipation
– Intestinal worms

It can also be used for kidney stones, fever, psoriasis, liver disease, menstrual pain and as a supportive treatment for HIV/AIDS.

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