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  • Learn dozens of simple, inexpensive, and natural ways to combat excessive sweat and actually improve the smell of your body odor right this minute, all free and natural.

    30 Natural Ways to Sweat Less

    30 Natural Ways to Sweat Less

    by TedCharles97

  • Rebounding on a personal mini trampoline is an alternative health technique for eliminating toxins. A few minutes a day will expel poisons by jostling the lymph nodes and squeezing the toxins out.

    How to Unleash Lymphatic Toxins Through Rebounding

    How to Unleash Lymphatic Toxins Through Rebounding

    by CaliGirlsCorner32

  • Improve your vision with eye exercises. Learn palming, focusing, and how to speed train your eyes for better performance. Soon, you won't need your glasses.

    Better Eyesight Without Glasses

    Better Eyesight Without Glasses

    by Juliette Kando FI Chor52

  • After a pretty severe sports injury, I took up yoga and swimming. Much to my surprise, I grew an inch in height in my mid-20s naturally just by engaging in activities that stretched out my body. See if you can benefit.

    How to Grow Taller by Increasing Your Height Naturally

    How to Grow Taller by Increasing Your Height Naturally

    by Layne Holmes0

  • If you have chronic tinnitus (ringing of the ears), then I'm sure you know how it can adversely affect your quality of life. In some cases, it can affect your very sanity. How are we to cope?

    How to Cope With Having Tinnitus

    How to Cope With Having Tinnitus

    by Michael Kismet4

  • Are you looking forward to playing your VR games without the nuisance of feeling sick or dizzy? VR sickness sure is an inconvenience, but here are some tips you can employ to combat it.

    10 Ways to Cure or Prevent VR Sickness

    10 Ways to Cure or Prevent VR Sickness

    by Cheeky Kid1

  • Tired of freezing in winter? Sick of feeling cold for hours after venturing out? Here are my favorite tricks for keeping warm in the cold weather.

    How to Keep Your Body Warm in Winter

    How to Keep Your Body Warm in Winter

    by Athlyn Green4

  • How can you reduce over-sweating? Well, it depends on what caused it in the first place, but remedies include Botox treatment, medication to disable sweat glands, or using an electric current to damage the nerves that trigger over-sweating. There are also natural ways to stop over-sweating.

    How to Stop Excessive Sweating

    How to Stop Excessive Sweating

    by Bruce0

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