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Pins and needles-Paresthesia

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • February 13, 2007
  • 06:37 PM

Hi everyone, finding myself without insurance for the first time, I didnt know where else to turn...The internet is FULL of scary "what ifs"...for about the last month i have had pins and needles in my arms and hands. when i wake up..not during the day however..very annoying, painful etc. this just started...i know it could be due to many heart/circulation things, carpal tunnel, etc. I am 36 and becoming a yoga instructor (very vigorous) and type on a laptop often...bad news is that i smoke, drink and have slightly elevated cholesterol...am i too young to freak out and think i have spme sort of a heart disease... i dont know what to do :( any info or treatment methods are much appreciated..thanks, d in denver

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  • Acupuncture, acupuncture, acupuncture.Deficiency and toxicity are starting to eat you off.Don't worry- just stir things up in the right direction for you.You probably have some vitamin deficiencies and your Liver and Spleen might be out of balance. Inventory your diet.Reduce toxins in your system.Remember that no pill is a magic bullet and testing does not save lives.It is will to change for health that can help you get restored.Listen to your internal dialog- and trust your body.Read: "Never Be Sick Again""Your Body Many Cries for Water", and "Eat Right for your Type".Later.
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    • February 13, 2007
    • 06:45 PM
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