Home Remedies

Home remedies have become an increasingly popular alternative to traditional medicine. Find home remedies for common medical problems you can use to treat everything from minor ailments to diseases like asthma and diabetes.

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Seasonal affective disorder can trigger mild or severe depression during the darker, shorter days of winter. Learn several basic home remedies you can employ to battle the SAD blues.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

An upset stomach is a common but often painful experience. Learn how to avoid indigestion with smart food choices and planning -- and how to treat mild stomachaches with home remedies when they do occur.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

First-degree burns affect the outer layer of skin. Learn some home remedies for minor burns like household burns and sunburns. Most often, these minor burns can easily be treated at home.

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A cough can result from flu, pneumonia, or even dryness in the air. If it's persistent, try some of these home remedies. When you need to quiet a cough, you'll be glad you had these tips.

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Denture pain can be a real discomfort without the stability of permanent teeth. Learn more about the reasons for denture pain, and what home remedies you can utilize to help ease your troubles.

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There are many times in the course of life that you may feel overwhelmed and distraught. It's actually very healthy to get down from time to time. But lasting depressing can be dangerous. Learn home remedies for depression.

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Diverticular disease commonly develops over time, as pouches develop in the colon. When these pouches become inflamed, they can cause more serious conditions. Learn about home remedies that can ease the pain of diverticular disease.

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If your body isn't getting enough water, you could end up with dry mouth. There are several home remedies to get you re-hydrated. Learn what you can do to get the saliva flowing again.

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Dry skin can leave you feeling itchy. Learn about what causes dry skin and how to treat it with simple home remedies. Items from your kitchen could put some moisture back into that skin.

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Puffy eyes are a symptom of modern life. Lack of sleep, anxiety, stress, and dehydration can all contribute to swelling around the eyes. Learn about the home remedies you can use to treat puffy eyes.

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Fatigue can steal your drive to complete tasks. Learn more about home remedies to treat fatigue. Examine changes to your diet and relaxation techniques that can get you back on your feet again and energized.

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A sore throat can be soothed with a number of simple at-home treatments, including inhaling steam, using throat spray and drinking tea. Learn how to treat a sore throat with home remedies.

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Although many cases of food poisoning happen in restaurants, the most common place for food borne illnesses to strike is your kitchen. Learn about home remedies you can use to recover from and prevent food poisoning.

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With the high-pressure lives that many of us lead, it's no wonder we sometimes feel stressed. Fortunately, home remedies can help you gain control of your life and curb stress. Learn how in this article.

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We mistreat our feet terribly -- it's no wonder that four out of five adults eventually suffer from foot problems. Learn about the home remedies you can use to keep your feet free of pain.

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Foot odor can be traced to bacteria that find your moist and warm feet, socks, and shoes the perfect place to breed and multiply. Use these home remedies for keeping your feet sweeter smelling.

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Millions suffer from incontinence, or loss of bladder control. It can affect anyone, at any age. Learn how home remedies, including dietary changes, can help you manage your bladder and your life.

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Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an incurable digestive disorder marked by a host of symptoms, including diarrhea, constipation, bloating, and cramping. Learn what triggers IBS symptoms, and how to control IBS with home remedies.

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When a kidney stone becomes large enough, it can cause severe pain and other symptoms. Learn how home remedies and changes in your diet can prevent a bout with a kidney stone.

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For those with lactose intolerance, eating dairy products causes uncomfortable symptoms like gas, bloating, and cramping. Discover some helpful at-home remedies -- and dietary adjustments -- that can prevent the symptoms of lactose intolerance.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Nobody likes to be constipated. Read about tried and true home remedies that stimulate digestion. Find out how to adjust your lifestyle to improve regularity in the long term.

By Linnea Lundgren & Betsy Hornick

Intestinal gas is more than annoying: it's downright embarrassing. Find out how you can use natural home remedies to reduce or prevent flatulence. Feel more confident when you use these tried-and-true remedies.

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Premenstrual syndrome can cause fatigue, anger, anxiety and physical ailments such as bloating and tenderness. However, you can relieve some of the symptoms. Learn home remedies to ease the discomfort of premenstrual syndrome.

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According to legend, Einstein came up with some of his best ideas while shaving. But for many men, shaving is a frustrating endeavor. Learn 13 home remedies to make shaving a more pleasant experience.

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During flu season, it's almost impossible to avoid getting sick. Unless you know the following safe, effective home remedies for the flu -- everything from simple tricks to remedies from you very own kitchen.

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