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  • Linda Flynn's photo avatar
    Linda Flynn — 10.09.2019 07:27
    prone to chest infections. whats the best supplement to take to build up resistance

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      Earle — 10.09.2019 08:26
      Hi Linda, there is a great deal of research backing the use of Echinacea not just for avoiding respiratory tract infections, but also for avoiding secondary bacterial infections that often plague those with weak chests. It would also be useful to ensure you have a good, steady intake of vitamin C throughout the winter months, as this supports healthy lung tissue. Other nutrients that can be supportive are vitamin D (your doctor can check your blood levels to see if you are deficient), and zinc. Green, leafy vegetables, nuts and seeds, eggs and dark red/ purple-skinned fruit and veg are excellent sources of the nutrients that will help you to a healthy winter.

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    Anne — 21.02.2019 08:02
    My 13 year old has chronic headaches (over 4 months) and has a diagnosis from ct scan of sinusitis. How can I help him?

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    Bridgett — 31.10.2018 02:38
    I am 55 years old I have suffered a lot of joint pains, stiff neck, and painful back pain. Thank you very much for your online advice now I know what to do to ease all the pains.

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    Julie Allen — 23.08.2017 08:16
    i developed a mental block about going out on my own since my peri menopause caused severe iron deficiency in my late 40s how can i over come this any ideas thank you.

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      Earle — 23.08.2017 12:17
      Hi Julie Please consider finding a local Cognitive Behavioural Therapist. They can work wonders helping reset the thoughts in anxiety.

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    Roselyn — 19.08.2017 21:39
    Hi Emma, I am 48 years old and I have lost my hair at the top of my head. Is this caused by the menopause?I am not on any medication apart from menopause support and calcium.

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    Vicky — 09.06.2017 06:16
    I had a anxiety a thing heart racing couldn't breathe properly is it anxiety ? What can I do about it

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      Emma — 06.07.2017 12:29
      Hi Vicky, did this happen whilst you were exercising? Depending on how much activity you were doing at the time it could be related to this or it could have been the result of anxiety or a panic attack. If you experience repeat episodes we would recommend you go to your doctor so they can help you identify what might be going on.

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