Archive for July, 2014

Make your skin glow in a minutes

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Beautiful fair skin is skin that’s supple, smooth and light in its color tone. Since it looks beautiful and pretty too, rarely will you find anyone not hankering for such a skin. Fair skin is not difficult to obtain. A number of natural remedies and skin care tips are available that help you attain that light beautiful skin tone. Sandalwood mixed with rose water is an effective mixture that brings a fair glow to your skin. Apply it daily for effective results.

Some Basic Remedies Are :

1. Cut and squeeze a tomato into a bowl of lemon juice. Mix well and then apply the resulting mixture on the face, neck, hands, and legs. Tomato juice cleans the skin resulting in skin glow.

2. Apply banana with milk on your face, hands and neck. Try this home remedy as a beauty tip to get fair, smooth and glowing skin naturally.

3. Mixture of buttermilk with a bit of oats proves to be effective to lighten skin color. Oats have exfoliating capacity and the butter milk is an excellent skin soother.

Migraine cause, symptoms and home remedies

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

Migraine is a debilitating and recurrent neurological disorder, characterized by a throbbing headache that is usually made worse by movement and is often associated with nausea, vomiting, photophobia and phonophobia. It is increasingly recognized as a disorder that seriously undermines patients’ ability to work, study and have a normal family life. Pain of a migraine headache is generally moderate to severe and is usually located on one side of the head.
Migraine pain differentiates from other types of headache, it has specific symptoms. These symptoms appear different from person to person in intensity, character, frequency and duration. Migraine attacks can appear as infrequently as a couple of times a year or almost every day. There are two main types of migraine: Classical Migraine – migraine with aura- and Common Migraine – migraine without no warning or aura.
A minority of migraine patients experience aura, which is the term for the sign of the pain to come. The sign can be described as bright spots or zigzag lines before the eyes and blurred vision or temporary visual loss. In rare cases numbness or tingling of the face and lips can be observed. These symptoms usually go away within one hour and replaced by a headache. But it also possible to have the aura and not the pain that comes after.
Most migraineurs can deal with mild-to-moderate migraine attacks at home. The following measures may help relieve migraine headache pain:

  • Using a cold compress to the area of pain
  • Resting with pillows comfortably supporting the head or neck
  • Resting in a dark, quiet place
  • Avoiding odors
  • Withdrawing from stressful surroundings
  • Sleeping
  • Drinking a moderate amount of caffeine

Great dental care tips for all

Monday, July 21st, 2014

Use a soft bristled brush, preferably one with rounded, synthetic bristles. Look for the American Dental Association seal of approval. Replace your toothbrush approximately every two to three months or as soon as the bristles are worn or bent. A worn-out toothbrush does not clean your teeth properly, and may actually injure your gums. You should also replace your toothbrush after you’ve had a cold.

Be sure your brush is the right size (in general, smaller is better than larger).
Place the bristles at a 45 degree angle to the gum line, and slide the tips of the brush under the gums.

Gently jiggle the bristles or move it in small circles over the tooth and gums.

Brush the outside, the inside, and the chewing surfaces of your teeth. For chewing surfaces, use a light back and forth motion.

For the front teeth, brush the inside surfaces of the upper and lower jaws: Tilt your brush vertically and make several strokes up and down with the front part of the brush over the teeth and gum tissues.

Brushing your tongue will help freshen your breath. Debris and bacteria can collect on your tongue and cause bad breath.

Since your toothbrush will only clean one or two teeth at a time, change its position to clean each tooth properly.

Brush at least once every day, preferably at bedtime. Adding a brush time after breakfast increases your chances of thorough daily plaque removal.

Take your time: A thorough brushing should take at least 3 minutes.

Don’t brush your teeth too vigorously, and don’t use a hard bristled toothbrush, since it causes the gums to recede and exposes root surfaces. It also wears down the tooth structure. Both of these conditions can lead to tooth sensitivity.

A pea-sized amount of fluoridated toothpaste is sufficient.

Replace your brush when the bristles begin to spread, as a worn out toothbrush will not properly clean your teeth.

Healthy diet lowers dementia risk later in life

Saturday, July 19th, 2014

A new study suggests that healthy dietary choices in midlife may prevent dementia in later years.

The results showed that those who ate the healthiest diet at the average age of 50 had an almost 90 percent lower risk of dementia in a 14-year follow-up study than those whose diet was the least healthy.

The study was the first in the world to investigate the relationship between a healthy diet as early as in midlife and the risk of developing dementia later on.

The researchers assessed the link between diet and dementia using a healthy diet index based on the consumption of a variety of foods. Vegetables, berries and fruits, fish and unsaturated fats from milk products and spreads were some of the healthy components, whereas sausages, eggs, sweets, sugary drinks, salty fish and saturated fats from milk products and spreads were indicated as unhealthy.

Previous studies on diet and dementia have mainly focused on the impact of single dietary components.

“But nobody’s diet is based on one single food, and there may be interactions between nutrients, so it makes more sense to look at the entire dietary pattern

Diarrhea and its quick treatment

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

Diarrhea is an increase in the frequency of bowel movements or a decrease in the form of stool (greater looseness of stool).
Diarrhea can be defined in absolute or relative terms based on either the frequency of bowel movements or the consistency (looseness) of stools.
With diarrhea, stools usually are looser whether or not the frequency of bowel movements is increased. This looseness of stool–which can vary all the way from slightly soft to watery–is caused by increased water in the stool. During normal digestion, food is kept liquid by the secretion of large amounts of water by the stomach, upper small intestine, pancreas, and gallbladder.
Acute diarrhea lasts from a few days up to a week.
Chronic diarrhea can be defined in several ways but almost always lasts more than three weeks.
Absorbents are compounds that absorb water. Absorbents that are taken orally bind water in the small intestine and colon and make diarrheal stools less watery. They also may bind toxic chemicals produced by bacteria that cause the small intestine to secrete fluid; however, the importance of toxin binding in reducing diarrhea is unclear. The two main absorbents are attapulgite and polycarbophil, and they are both available without prescriptions.

Increase your height

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

Forget about growth hormone injection or limb lengthening operation. They are way to expensive and dangerous for you. What you need is a safe, effective and affordable way to grow taller naturally and easily by using homoeopathic medicine

It is seen that short heighten people are always tensed because of their height. There are many ways to increase height one is Scientific treatment due to which one can gain height and other is Homeopathic treatment which can give you height .Now you all can take a deep breath as now your height problem will be solved by Homeopathic treatment.

First of all its necessary to now that why our body growth stops. The growth is not only dependent on genetic but hormones equally plays important role in body’s growth. Cartilage is the joint which is present in between the hormones bones. Now it is proved that cartilage plays an important role in the growth of the body. Cartilage is like sponge or cushion present between the joints of the bones. Cartilage can be kept fit & fine by supplying good required amount of energetic food to the hormones because the development of the cartilage is the reflection of the growth of height.

Pituitary gland also gives may hormones who affect the upper bodies 26 bones and lower bodies 62 bones whose cartilage is affected.

But now Homeopathic had discovered the reasons of Short heighten ,why growth is stopped ?

Due to this treatment the cartilage can be made strong and healthy ,so the height can be increased. and you can gain your actual height get tension free from your height problem.

The development of the 26 skeletal bones and the cartilageneous portions of the 62 bones of the lower body. The stimulation of the pituitary gland would increase hormonal production, which would then spur the growth of the cartilageneous portions of the bones of the lower body, ultimately leading to height increase.

Tips for Dry Hair

Monday, July 7th, 2014

Feel free to shampoo dry hair as often as necessary. Use a gentle conditioning product. If it is protein-rich, it should be gentle and nourishing for your hair. A variety of these products is available in most stores.

Condition your hair after every shampoo. Use a product with ingredients to strengthen dry, fragile hair. If it has protein and conditioners, it should leave your hair with a youthfully glossy shine.

If your hair and skin are extremely dry, buy a humidifier for your bedroom and always use it in cold weather. It will protect your hair and skin from the drying effects of indoor heat. The reason most British women have beautiful hair and youthful skin is that the mists and fogs of the British Isles provide the natural moisture they need to avoid dryness.

Twice a week rub olive or castor oil into your scalp at bedtime. Wear a plastic cap to avoid getting oil on your pillowcase while you sleep. Shampoo it out the next morning.

How to control your cholesterol – The best way

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

Cholesterol is a building block of our body’s cells. The liver makes cholesterol. Cholesterol travels to the body’s cells in the blood. We all need some cholesterol, but our bodies can make all the cholesterol we need. Certain foods are an added source of cholesterol.

If you’ve been diagnosed with high cholesterol, you will at first be advised to make changes to your diet and increase your level of exercise. After a few months, if your cholesterol level has not dropped, you will usually be advised to take cholesterol-lowering medication.

When you have too much bad (LDL) cholesterol in your blood, it can build up on the walls of your arteries. This build-up is called plaque (pronounced “plak”). Plaque can narrow your arteries and make it harder for blood to flow. Plaque can lead to heart attacks and strokes. Keeping bad cholesterol at a low level can help avoid these problems.

For many people, making changes to their lifestyle — eating better, losing weight, and exercising — will be enough to lower cholesterol. Others may benefit from medicines. Often, a combination of these approaches is the right choice.