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18 July, 2008

How To-57: "How to Analyze a Health Problem"

How to Analyze a Health Problem

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This article will help you analyze your health and body functions. Ususally you will only analyze your health if your are feeling ill. Hopefully this page will help you start feeling better.


  1. You will need to find out what part of your body of system is not working correctly.
  2. Your body is made of many different complex parts, so it's best to try and narrow down where the problem is happening. Example: Digestive, Intestinal, Circulatory, Nervous, Immune, Respiratory, Urinary, Glandular, and Structural.
  3. Once you have figured out where the issue is occuring you can start to zero in on the problem.
  4. Use common since to figure out what kind of attention you need (emergency or at home remedies).
  5. Most common illnesses (cold or influenza) can be take care of with at home remedies such as good amount of sleep, healthy eating, positive attitude, and vitamins and herbs.


  • It's always good to talk to a doctor if you feel extremely ill or have been immobilized due to your sickness.
  • Do not hesitate to call 911 if you have no one to help you.
  • Be proactive by drinking lots of water, take vitamins, and excercise at least 20 minutes per day so you don't get sick.

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