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Some of the Best Natural Dry Cough Treatments

Some of the Best Natural Dry Cough Treatments

Some of the Best Natural Dry Cough Treatments Here are some of the best natural dry cough treatments that you can apply at the earliest.According to RD, Here are some things that you can try at home: Steep some thyme to relieve a cough. Thyme is an officially approved German treatment for coughs, upper respiratory infections, bronchitis, and whooping cough, with good reason: Those tiny leaves are packed with cough-relieving compounds. Thyme flavonoids relax tracheal and ileal muscles, which are involved in coughing, and also reduce inflammation. To make a tea, mix 2 teaspoons crushed leaves in 1 cup boiling water, cover, then steep for 10 minutes and strain. Fight a cough with flax, honey, and lemon. Boiling flaxseeds in water gives you a thick,… Read more...

Preventing Asthma Attacks in Children

Preventing Asthma Attacks in Children

Preventing Asthma Attacks in Children Every year, many people die from asthma attacks. Preventing asthma attacks is imperative for those who are at risk, or those who are predisposed to the condition. For children, this is really a must. According to NoAttacks.org, you can take the following steps to help prevent an asthma attack: Talk to a Doctor Talk to a doctor about your child’s asthma. If your child has asthma or if you think your child may have asthma, take your child to a doctor. Your doctor will work with you to keep your child from having asthma attacks. Learn what triggers your child’s asthma attacks. Identify asthma triggers in your home. Talk about ways to get rid of triggers in your home. Find out what medicine your child should… Read more...

Some Info on Arthritis Causes

Some Info on Arthritis Causes

Some Info on Arthritis Causes Arthritis is not an old persons disease only. Here, is some information about the causes of arthritis. According to HealthLine, cartilage is a flexible, connective tissue in joints that absorbs the pressure and shock created from movement like running and walking. It also protects the joints and allows for smooth movement. Some forms of arthritis are caused by a reduction in the normal amount of this cartilage tissue. Osteoarthritis, one of the most common forms of arthritis, is caused by normal wear and tear throughout life; this natural breakdown of cartilage tissue can be exacerbated by an infection or injury to the joints. The risk of developing osteoarthritis may be higher if you have a family history of the… Read more...

Hair Essentials For Hair Growth

Hair Essentials For Hair Growth

Hair Essentials For Hair Growth   Are you trying to figure out what is the best hair essentials for hair growth? Below are some of the best tips that you would need if you want to make your hair grow really fast.   According to an article from WikiHow, too much styling can hurt your hair. It probably looks fantastic on you, but it’s not the best way to grow your hair long. Certain chemical applications and cleansers may cause thinning, damage or even hair loss if used incorrectly. Styling your hair in certain manners may make hair loss even worse. It’s okay to style your hair in isolation, but repeated styling can make damage to hair even worse.   Try not to repeatedly perm, crimp, chemically or mechanically straighten,… Read more...

Best Dandruff Treatment

Best Dandruff Treatment

Best Dandruff Treatment Looking for the best dandruff treatment? If you are, then the tips below will surely help you out. The tips are all natural and truly simple to follow. Here are some tips that you can incorporate in your daily bath routine. These have been given by How Stuff Works. Check them out now. Shampoo Each Day to Keep It Away What easier way to get rid of dandruff than to wash it down the drain? Getting rid of excess oils (which may contribute to the overgrowth of malassezia in the first place) and flakes through daily shampooing may be the easiest way to tame your mane. Switch Shampoos If your regular shampoo isn’t doing the trick, even with daily washing, it’s time to switch to an anti-dandruff shampoo. Check the… Read more...

Symptoms of Kidney Stones

Symptoms of Kidney Stones

Symptoms of Kidney Stones Symptoms of kidney stones can sometimes be misinterpreted as pain in the abdomen. Since kidney stones can worsen and can actually cause you body a lot of harm, it is quite important for you to know the symptoms and to be truly vigilant about them. According to NHS, if you have a kidney stone that is very small, it is unlikely to cause many symptoms. It may even go undetected and pass out painlessly when you urinate. Symptoms usually occur if the kidney stone: gets stuck in your kidney starts to travel down the ureter (tube that attaches each kidney to the bladder) – the ureter is a narrow tube and the kidney stone causes pain as it tries to pass through causes an infection Common symptoms of kidney stones include: intense… Read more...

Some Fine Cold Remedies For You

Some Fine Cold Remedies For You

Some Fine Cold Remedies For You A cold affects people regardless of their age or gender. However, it is also something that can be cured easily.According to Mayo Clinic, if you catch a cold, you can expect to be sick for one to two weeks. But that doesn’t mean you have to be miserable. These remedies may help: Water and other fluids. Water, juice, clear broth or warm lemon water with honey helps loosen congestion and prevents dehydration. Avoid alcohol, coffee and caffeinated sodas, which can make dehydration worse. Salt water. A saltwater gargle — 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon salt dissolved in an 8-ounce glass of warm water — can temporarily relieve a sore or scratchy throat. Saline nasal drops and sprays. Over-the-counter saline nasal… Read more...

Treatment of Conjunctivitis

Treatment of Conjunctivitis

Treatment of Conjunctivitis Have you ever felt like your eyes are so itchy that tears form? You could be suffering from conjunctivitis. First, let’s check out the symptoms and causes of conjunctivitis. WebMD has provided us with a short list of causes and symptoms. According to it, pinkeye  or conjunctivitis has a number of different causes, including: Viruses Bacteria (such as gonorrhea or chlamydia) Irritants such as shampoos, dirt, smoke, and pool chlorine Allergies, like dust, pollen, or a special type of allergy that affects some contact lens wearers Pinkeye caused by some bacteria and viruses can spread easily from person to person, but is not a serious health risk if diagnosed promptly. Pinkeye in newborn babies, however, should… Read more...

Diet For Kidney Stones

Diet For Kidney Stones

Diet For Kidney Stones Everyone is prone to get kidney stones. Kidney stones can affect both men and women. Here are a few tips from Health Link BC: Aim for a healthy weight. Being overweight or obese may increase the risk of kidney stones. If you are overweight, lose weight slowly by following a balanced eating plan. High protein weight loss diets are not recommended. Have a maximum of 2-3 servings from the Meats and Alternatives group. High amounts of animal protein may increase the risk for kidney stones. One serving of cooked meat, fish, or poultry is 75 g or 2 ½ oz. Limit your intake to a maximum of 150-225 g (5-7.5 oz) per day). Think of meat, fish and poultry as a garnish to your meal rather than the centerpiece. At some meals, substitute… Read more...

How To Stop Bad Breath

How To Stop Bad Breath

How To Stop Bad Breath Bad breath aka as halitosis can be embarrassing. If you have an ongoing problem with bad breath here is some advice. Before we look for the solutions to stopping bad breath, let us first determine the different causes of bad breath. Here are some of the causes provided by Healthy Living: A dirty mouth In the mouth, this means bacteria that normally live in the mouth interact with food particles, blood, tissue, etc., to create volatile (i.e., stinky) sulfur compounds. If you don’t clean properly, the bacteria build up, and next thing you know—that’s not toothpaste on your tongue. A mouth out of balance Certain mouth conditions can exacerbate bacterial growth and odor, such as gum disease and dry mouth. Gum disease… Read more...

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