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Avoid foods with high fat and salt content, and avoid the wine just for now.  Foods high in potassium can counteract sodium since both work...
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Coffee neither helps or hinders a cold, although warm or hot liquids do seem to help a stuffy nose drain. Drink coffee if you want....
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Had you aspirated a sufficient amount of orange juice or any liquid for that matter, into your lungs, I can assure you that you would have...
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Hi I used to do that and my jaws ached, never as bad as yours, if this happens why you sleep, get your self a sports gum shield this should help stop...
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Don't worry about these carbonated "splashes" in your nose. This will never result in drowning, so RELAX and don't worry about it.
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Hi No doubt you have read this below. Peel off a strip that starts with your starting day, eg, if you start the tablets on a Wednesday, use a...
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Why are you so worried about "water intoxication"? Again, based on your very brief posting, I don't think the water in the three pizzas...
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Humans are composed primarily of water (salt water, actually). Based on what you have shared, your fluid intake is far from the "water...
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Your over-indulgence in drinking soda would not cause you to drown from carbonated droplets in your nose.
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Hi 8 pints is a good goal to aim for, but also think of all the other drinks you may have during the day, tea, coffee, canned drinks and even fruit...
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Hi This is from the www.britishlivertrust.org.uk should answer your question with nothing held back.Cirrhosis is the result of long-term...
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Hi Yes your right it could be your wine its given you Candida albicans or a yeast infection So this could help, its from tandurust.com Home Remedies...
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Hi This is from Yacon syrup, Also women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should at least consult with a doctor prior to using this syrup in larger...
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Hi I would see your doctor, I think it sounds like you have an ulcer, well done its all this good life you have been having its now caught up with...
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Hi Greg, Well for one thing the pair of you may not be drinking enough of it, or it could be from the tannins, maybe a side effect of them...
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