Home Remedies for Stroke

An estimated 300,000 Americans suffer a stroke each year and 25% of victims will not survive. Many who live to see another day often battle the long-lasting effects of a stroke, which includes mild to severe disabilities. The road to recovery is tough and every bit of assistance can help. Home remedies for stroke can aid in the healing process, as well as help prevent a future occurrence.



A stroke is a medical emergency that takes place when the blood supply to part of your brain is disrupted or extremely reduced. As a result, brain tissue is deprived of oxygen, which causes brain cells to die within minutes. Strokes are very much treatable and preventable with fewer Americans dying as opposed to 15 years ago. Quick action is required to ensure the least amount of damage to the brain.



Anything that interrupts the flow of blood through the brain (which accounts for 90% of all strokes) can cause a stroke to occur. There are two main types of stroke to note. The most common type is called an ischemic stroke, which originates from a blockage in an artery. A hemorrhagic stroke occurs when a blood vessel leaks or bursts. Another related medical concern is called a transient ischemic attack (TIA). Often referred to as a ministroke, the blood flow to the brain is temporarily disrupted.



Narrowed or blocked arteries that reduce the flow of blood to the brain cause an ischemic stroke. Two types of this kind of stroke exist. A thrombotic stroke involves a blood clot formed in one of your arteries. This can happen when arteries become clogged with fatty deposits. An embolic stroke occurs when a blood clot or other debris gathers in a blood vessel away from the brain.



There are also two types of hemorrhagic strokes to consider.



An intracerebral hemorrhage takes place when a blood vessel in the brain bursts and affects the surrounding brain tissue. The leakage causes damage in cells. Uncontrolled high blood pressure and aneurysms can cause this type of stroke to occur.



A subarachnoid hemorrhage involves bleeding that begins in an artery that is located on or near the surface of the brain. The rupture of an aneurysm is the common culprit of the thunderous headache that follows. It is a reaction to the blood traveling into the space between the surface of the brain and your skull.



A handful of risk factors place an individual in danger of suffering a stroke, such as high blood pressure, smoking and high cholesterol levels. You should also be concerned if your family history shows a prevalence of strokes, heart attack or TIA. Other stroke risk factors include:



• Your age (55 or older)
• Exposure to secondhand smoke
• Diabetes
• Lack of physical activity
• Cardiovascular disease
• Being overweight
• Heavy drinking
• Excessive use of illegal drugs, such as cocaine
• Using birth control pills



Depending on the part of the brain that has become damaged, an individual displaying the aftereffects of a stroke may experience [1]:



• Trouble Walking: Stumbling or sudden dizziness can cause a loss of balance and/or coordination when a stroke is taking place.



• Trouble Speaking or Understanding: Strokes can cause confusion and you may slur your words or be unable to effectively express what is going on with you.



• Paralysis or Numbness: One side of your face or body may experience sudden paralysis, weakness, or numbness. If you raise both of your arms over your head at the same time, and one begins to fall – this is an indicator of a stroke.



• Droopy Smile: When trying to smile, one side of your mouth may droop.



• Vision Problems: Having trouble seeing in one or both of your eyes can occur with a stroke. Your vision could become blurry or blacken. Sometimes, you will see double.



• Headache: If you suffer an unexpected, severe “jolt” of a headache, you may be having a stroke. This sign is often accompanied by dizziness and vomiting.



Your family tree or lifestyle can place you at a greater risk for suffering a stroke. Perhaps you already survived an attack to the brain. Whatever your circumstances, it is suggested to become familiar with the signs, prevention measures, and treatment possibilities of a stroke. The following home remedies for stroke concentrate on ways to prevent the occurrence from happening, as well as deal with the aftermath of a previous experience:



If you are experiencing paralyzed limbs after a stroke, you should move all of the joints on a daily basis. Gentle massage will help bring paralyzed muscles back to life. The massage will also prepare the body for getting out of the bed and attempting to walk when you are ready.



In the early stages of recovery and movement, you may soak in an Epsom salt bath two times per week. The bath will help relax the muscles and rejuvenate the body during your recovery. Overall, you may start to feel better much quicker.



You may have already heard of the magic of products, like Cheerios, that advertise ingredients that lower cholesterol. If you have high cholesterol (a total cholesterol level above 200 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL), or 5.2 millimoles per liter (mmol/L), you are at a greater risk for suffering a stroke. Increase the amount of high-fiber foods that are low in fat and cholesterol that you eat.



Plan your meals around fruits, vegetables, and grains. Fill your dinner plate with dark-green, leafy vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds, and soybeans.



Eating whole grains will supply the body with vitamin E, which is known to improve circulation.



Researchers have found that eating a lot of fruits and vegetables can both prevent and treat a stroke. Ample consumption also helps reduce the damage of a stroke. One Cambridge University study discovered that elderly people who ate large quantities of fresh green vegetables and fresh fruits were less likely to die of strokes [2].



Thanks to a high level of beta carotene in the bloodstream, you may cut down your risk of stroke and prevent death if one does occur. It is the abundant presence of beta carotene and other vitamin A in the blood is linked to reducing brain damage and the chances of death. Eating carrots five or more times per week can cut your risk of stroke by two-thirds. Another vegetable with a reputation for preventing and treating a stroke is spinach because it contains a decent amount of beta carotene and other antioxidants. Other foods rich in beta carotene include pumpkins, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, oranges, melons, mangoes, and papayas.



Silverware with larger handles is easier to grasp if you are dealing with a weak hand after a stroke.



To keep the blood thin, many people susceptible to strokes take a low dose aspirin on a daily basis as a prevention method.



Consume apple cider vinegar on a daily basis to improve the circulation of your blood.



Protect your body against strokes by consuming foods rich in potassium. Research suggests that just one extra daily serving of a food rich in potassium can reduce the risk of stroke by 40%.



Smokers and drinkers should consider cutting back or completely dropping their bad habits in order to prevent and treat stroke symptoms.



Consider the power of acupressure, which may prevent a stroke by rejuvenating blood flow through clogged arteries. Acupressure may also stimulate muscles that have become weak due to a stroke. The practice has already been proven to increase the energy and stamina of patients who have impaired immune systems.



Some people have treated their stroke symptoms by consuming one teaspoon of flax seed oil on a daily basis.



To strengthen your body and avoid some of the deterioration associated with suffering a stroke, consider taking the following supplements:



• calcium (1500 mg) – maintains proper muscle tone in the blood vessels
• magnesium (750 mg) – balances out the calcium
• vitamin D (400 mg) – aids calcium absorption
• coenzyme (100 mg) – improves tissue oxygenation
• flaxseed oil (use as directed) – reduces blood pressure and lowers cholesterol levels
• vitamin E (start with 200 IU and increase by 200 IU each week until you reach 1000 IU daily) – helps block the first steps leading to the disease
• selenium (200 mcg) – promotes the action of vitamin E
• vitamin B complex that contains vtamins B6 (50 mg), B12 (600 mcg), and folate (200 mcg)



Resources



[1] http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/stroke/DS00150/DSECTION=symptoms
[2] http://www.healthguidance.org/



Home Remedies for Stroke

An estimated 300,000 Americans suffer a stroke each year and 25% of victims will not survive. Many who live to see another day often battle the long-lasting effects of a stroke, which includes mild to severe disabilities. The road to recovery is tough and every bit of assistance can help. Home remedies for stroke can aid in the healing process, as well as help prevent a future occurrence.



A stroke is a medical emergency that takes place when the blood supply to part of your brain is disrupted or extremely reduced. As a result, brain tissue is deprived of oxygen, which causes brain cells to die within minutes. Strokes are very much treatable and preventable with fewer Americans dying as opposed to 15 years ago. Quick action is required to ensure the least amount of damage to the brain.



Anything that interrupts the flow of blood through the brain (which accounts for 90% of all strokes) can cause a stroke to occur. There are two main types of stroke to note. The most common type is called an ischemic stroke, which originates from a blockage in an artery. A hemorrhagic stroke occurs when a blood vessel leaks or bursts. Another related medical concern is called a transient ischemic attack (TIA). Often referred to as a ministroke, the blood flow to the brain is temporarily disrupted.



Narrowed or blocked arteries that reduce the flow of blood to the brain cause an ischemic stroke. Two types of this kind of stroke exist. A thrombotic stroke involves a blood clot formed in one of your arteries. This can happen when arteries become clogged with fatty deposits. An embolic stroke occurs when a blood clot or other debris gathers in a blood vessel away from the brain.



There are also two types of hemorrhagic strokes to consider.



An intracerebral hemorrhage takes place when a blood vessel in the brain bursts and affects the surrounding brain tissue. The leakage causes damage in cells. Uncontrolled high blood pressure and aneurysms can cause this type of stroke to occur.



A subarachnoid hemorrhage involves bleeding that begins in an artery that is located on or near the surface of the brain. The rupture of an aneurysm is the common culprit of the thunderous headache that follows. It is a reaction to the blood traveling into the space between the surface of the brain and your skull.



A handful of risk factors place an individual in danger of suffering a stroke, such as high blood pressure, smoking and high cholesterol levels. You should also be concerned if your family history shows a prevalence of strokes, heart attack or TIA. Other stroke risk factors include:



• Your age (55 or older)
• Exposure to secondhand smoke
• Diabetes
• Lack of physical activity
• Cardiovascular disease
• Being overweight
• Heavy drinking
• Excessive use of illegal drugs, such as cocaine
• Using birth control pills



Depending on the part of the brain that has become damaged, an individual displaying the aftereffects of a stroke may experience [1]:



• Trouble Walking: Stumbling or sudden dizziness can cause a loss of balance and/or coordination when a stroke is taking place.



• Trouble Speaking or Understanding: Strokes can cause confusion and you may slur your words or be unable to effectively express what is going on with you.



• Paralysis or Numbness: One side of your face or body may experience sudden paralysis, weakness, or numbness. If you raise both of your arms over your head at the same time, and one begins to fall – this is an indicator of a stroke.



• Droopy Smile: When trying to smile, one side of your mouth may droop.



• Vision Problems: Having trouble seeing in one or both of your eyes can occur with a stroke. Your vision could become blurry or blacken. Sometimes, you will see double.



• Headache: If you suffer an unexpected, severe “jolt” of a headache, you may be having a stroke. This sign is often accompanied by dizziness and vomiting.



Your family tree or lifestyle can place you at a greater risk for suffering a stroke. Perhaps you already survived an attack to the brain. Whatever your circumstances, it is suggested to become familiar with the signs, prevention measures, and treatment possibilities of a stroke. The following home remedies for stroke concentrate on ways to prevent the occurrence from happening, as well as deal with the aftermath of a previous experience:



If you are experiencing paralyzed limbs after a stroke, you should move all of the joints on a daily basis. Gentle massage will help bring paralyzed muscles back to life. The massage will also prepare the body for getting out of the bed and attempting to walk when you are ready.



In the early stages of recovery and movement, you may soak in an Epsom salt bath two times per week. The bath will help relax the muscles and rejuvenate the body during your recovery. Overall, you may start to feel better much quicker.



You may have already heard of the magic of products, like Cheerios, that advertise ingredients that lower cholesterol. If you have high cholesterol (a total cholesterol level above 200 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL), or 5.2 millimoles per liter (mmol/L), you are at a greater risk for suffering a stroke. Increase the amount of high-fiber foods that are low in fat and cholesterol that you eat.



Plan your meals around fruits, vegetables, and grains. Fill your dinner plate with dark-green, leafy vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds, and soybeans.



Eating whole grains will supply the body with vitamin E, which is known to improve circulation.



Researchers have found that eating a lot of fruits and vegetables can both prevent and treat a stroke. Ample consumption also helps reduce the damage of a stroke. One Cambridge University study discovered that elderly people who ate large quantities of fresh green vegetables and fresh fruits were less likely to die of strokes [2].



Thanks to a high level of beta carotene in the bloodstream, you may cut down your risk of stroke and prevent death if one does occur. It is the abundant presence of beta carotene and other vitamin A in the blood is linked to reducing brain damage and the chances of death. Eating carrots five or more times per week can cut your risk of stroke by two-thirds. Another vegetable with a reputation for preventing and treating a stroke is spinach because it contains a decent amount of beta carotene and other antioxidants. Other foods rich in beta carotene include pumpkins, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, oranges, melons, mangoes, and papayas.



Silverware with larger handles is easier to grasp if you are dealing with a weak hand after a stroke.



To keep the blood thin, many people susceptible to strokes take a low dose aspirin on a daily basis as a prevention method.



Consume apple cider vinegar on a daily basis to improve the circulation of your blood.



Protect your body against strokes by consuming foods rich in potassium. Research suggests that just one extra daily serving of a food rich in potassium can reduce the risk of stroke by 40%.



Smokers and drinkers should consider cutting back or completely dropping their bad habits in order to prevent and treat stroke symptoms.



Consider the power of acupressure, which may prevent a stroke by rejuvenating blood flow through clogged arteries. Acupressure may also stimulate muscles that have become weak due to a stroke. The practice has already been proven to increase the energy and stamina of patients who have impaired immune systems.



Some people have treated their stroke symptoms by consuming one teaspoon of flax seed oil on a daily basis.



To strengthen your body and avoid some of the deterioration associated with suffering a stroke, consider taking the following supplements:



• calcium (1500 mg) – maintains proper muscle tone in the blood vessels
• magnesium (750 mg) – balances out the calcium
• vitamin D (400 mg) – aids calcium absorption
• coenzyme (100 mg) – improves tissue oxygenation
• flaxseed oil (use as directed) – reduces blood pressure and lowers cholesterol levels
• vitamin E (start with 200 IU and increase by 200 IU each week until you reach 1000 IU daily) – helps block the first steps leading to the disease
• selenium (200 mcg) – promotes the action of vitamin E
• vitamin B complex that contains vtamins B6 (50 mg), B12 (600 mcg), and folate (200 mcg)



Resources



[1] http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/stroke/DS00150/DSECTION=symptoms
[2] http://www.healthguidance.org/



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Ambil sebiji buah pinang, hiris nipis dan jemur sehingga kering. Selepas hirisan pinang cukup kering, tumbuk lumat sehingga menjadi serbuk. Ambil setengah sudu teh serbuk pinang tersebut dan campurkan dengan air panas. Rendam semalaman dan minum pada waktu pagi dan petang bersama serbuknya sekali. Amalkan selama dua minggu. Insya-ALLAH tubuh anda akan semakin langsing.

Home Remedies for Detoxification

From Ayurvedic medicinal practices to ancient Chinese healing, detoxification has found a place in treating ailments throughout the centuries. Detoxing the body has been associated with improving energy levels to jumpstarting a sluggish digestive system. The body has its own natural system of healing and home remedies for detoxification can contribute to the process.


Detoxification produces a clearing of toxins from the body that have come from a variety of factors, including drug use, diet, and the environment. The toxins can be neutralized or turned into a waste product that is eventually removed from your system. Oxidized fats and cholesterol, free radicals, and other chemicals also add toxins to the body. A detox program involves changes to your diet or lifestyle [1]. People consider detoxing their body because they wish to improve a specific medical concern, such as reduced liver function.


Detoxing is seen as a natural way to treat certain symptoms without relying on prescription drugs and other over-the-counter methods. Depending on the detox remedies you select, you could address common issues, such as sluggishness, skin irritations, allergies, bags under the eyes, menstrual issues, mental confusion, and slowed bowel movements.


Please note that there are circumstances and factors to consider before choosing a detoxification program. For example, nursing mothers, children, and patients with chronic degenerative diseases, cancer or tuberculosis should not use home remedies for detoxification.


There are many different ways to reduce the accumulation of toxins in the body. For example, many people draw their attention to their diet – such as avoiding or increasing certain foods. To reap the benefits of a detox, consider the following home remedies for detoxification:


Enemas are known for freeing the body of unwanted toxins and buildup. Typically water is used in an enema, but coffee enemas also show promise in cleansing the liver and relieving sluggishness. Use organic coffee for this home remedy because commercial products contain harmful additives.


A fruit fast can help remove body fats, preservatives, and other unwanted substances. Choose one type of fruit that is eaten for three days. For example, apples are often associated with cleansing effects. Your new diet may consist of organic apples, apple juice, applesauce, and water. Afterwards, you may slowly reintroduce other foods into your diet.


Since stress is known to slow down detoxification enzymes in the liver, relieve tension by learning yoga poses and how to meditate.


It is said that ancient peoples would drink only water for one day each week as a method of detoxing the body. Some people simply incorporate more glasses of water into their daily routine. Drinking at least 2 quarts of water every day comes highly suggested. This home remedy is great for heavy coffee drinkers who would like to flush out their kidneys and invigorate the body.


Add more fiber to your meals and take advantage of natural detoxifying foods, such as radishes, beets, artichokes, cabbage, and broccoli. Brown rice, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables, provide a decent source of fiber.


Drink green tea as a way to cleanse and protect the liver. ??


Whether you take a supplement or consume foods with vitamin C, the body is encouraged to produce glutathione – a liver compound that removes toxins from your system.


Learn deep breathing techniques, which helps oxygen to better circulate throughout your system.??


Get your body moving in the right direction with exercise that helps eliminate toxins from the body. Aim for one hour of daily exercise. Jump roping is an effective way to improve circulation.


When you sweat, impurities are cleansed from the body. Not only will you shed extra pounds, but the appearance of your skin will also improve. If you are unable to get moving on a regular basis, dressing in layers of clothing can encourage the body to sweat. With this home remedy, remember to stay hydrated at all times.


Parsley possesses a cleansing effect for the kidneys, urinary tract and the liver.


Add olive oil, hemp seed or flax seed oil to your cooking to take advantage of eliminating unwanted substances from the body. The oil actually lubricates the intestinal walls and encourages the absorption of toxins that are then removed from your system.


This type of vegetable contains beta-carotene and “phytochelatins,” which work towards eliminating heavy metals from the body by binding harmful substances, such as copper, mercury, and cadmium. The components in sweet potatoes also drive out toxins from the body.


Add sliced or cooked garlic to your dishes to stimulate the liver with detoxification enzymes that aid in the filtering out of toxic residues within the digestive system.


Eliminate the vices that place toxins and chemicals into the body. When detoxing, wave farewell to coffee, cigarettes, alcohol, and even refined sugars and saturated fats. All of the above can hinder the healing process.


Typical personal health care products and household cleaners contain chemicals that can hinder a process of detoxification. It is suggested to use natural substitutes for your shampoos, deodorants, toothpastes, and other cleaners.


The antioxidants found in green teas can remove toxins from your system, especially catechins, which are known to increase the function of your liver.


Some teas offer the benefits of an herbal laxative. Consume a cup of tea in the evening that contains senna and/or rhubarb root, ginger, fennel, licorice root, and coriander.


With many different kinds of grapes, you can certainly find a choice amongst the sea of green, red, white and purple to aid in your detoxification. Rich in potassium, the grape encourages a balance in the blood, cleanses the liver, stimulates the kidneys, and removes uric acid from the body.


With the power to stimulate the kidneys, add asparagus to your diet to maintain a healthy bowel system and cleanse the blood.


You probably already know that cranberry juice is effective in detoxifying the body. Quinine found in the juice turns into hippuric acid in the liver, which aids in the removal of uric acid, toxins, and a buildup of urea in the prostate gland, kidneys, testicles and bladder. Stay away from commercial cranberry juice with added preservatives.


Packed with vitamin C, citrus fruits can help turn toxins into digestible material. Start your day off with a warm glass of lemon water to jumpstart the cleansing process with beneficial enzymes.


Resources


[1] http://www.toddcaldecott.com/index.php/healing/detoxification/251-what-is-detoxification


[2] http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/foods-that-detox-the-body/





Home Remedies for Detoxification

From Ayurvedic medicinal practices to ancient Chinese healing, detoxification has found a place in treating ailments throughout the centuries. Detoxing the body has been associated with improving energy levels to jumpstarting a sluggish digestive system. The body has its own natural system of healing and home remedies for detoxification can contribute to the process.


Detoxification produces a clearing of toxins from the body that have come from a variety of factors, including drug use, diet, and the environment. The toxins can be neutralized or turned into a waste product that is eventually removed from your system. Oxidized fats and cholesterol, free radicals, and other chemicals also add toxins to the body. A detox program involves changes to your diet or lifestyle [1]. People consider detoxing their body because they wish to improve a specific medical concern, such as reduced liver function.


Detoxing is seen as a natural way to treat certain symptoms without relying on prescription drugs and other over-the-counter methods. Depending on the detox remedies you select, you could address common issues, such as sluggishness, skin irritations, allergies, bags under the eyes, menstrual issues, mental confusion, and slowed bowel movements.


Please note that there are circumstances and factors to consider before choosing a detoxification program. For example, nursing mothers, children, and patients with chronic degenerative diseases, cancer or tuberculosis should not use home remedies for detoxification.


There are many different ways to reduce the accumulation of toxins in the body. For example, many people draw their attention to their diet – such as avoiding or increasing certain foods. To reap the benefits of a detox, consider the following home remedies for detoxification:


Enemas are known for freeing the body of unwanted toxins and buildup. Typically water is used in an enema, but coffee enemas also show promise in cleansing the liver and relieving sluggishness. Use organic coffee for this home remedy because commercial products contain harmful additives.


A fruit fast can help remove body fats, preservatives, and other unwanted substances. Choose one type of fruit that is eaten for three days. For example, apples are often associated with cleansing effects. Your new diet may consist of organic apples, apple juice, applesauce, and water. Afterwards, you may slowly reintroduce other foods into your diet.


Since stress is known to slow down detoxification enzymes in the liver, relieve tension by learning yoga poses and how to meditate.


It is said that ancient peoples would drink only water for one day each week as a method of detoxing the body. Some people simply incorporate more glasses of water into their daily routine. Drinking at least 2 quarts of water every day comes highly suggested. This home remedy is great for heavy coffee drinkers who would like to flush out their kidneys and invigorate the body.


Add more fiber to your meals and take advantage of natural detoxifying foods, such as radishes, beets, artichokes, cabbage, and broccoli. Brown rice, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables, provide a decent source of fiber.


Drink green tea as a way to cleanse and protect the liver. ??


Whether you take a supplement or consume foods with vitamin C, the body is encouraged to produce glutathione – a liver compound that removes toxins from your system.


Learn deep breathing techniques, which helps oxygen to better circulate throughout your system.??


Get your body moving in the right direction with exercise that helps eliminate toxins from the body. Aim for one hour of daily exercise. Jump roping is an effective way to improve circulation.


When you sweat, impurities are cleansed from the body. Not only will you shed extra pounds, but the appearance of your skin will also improve. If you are unable to get moving on a regular basis, dressing in layers of clothing can encourage the body to sweat. With this home remedy, remember to stay hydrated at all times.


Parsley possesses a cleansing effect for the kidneys, urinary tract and the liver.


Add olive oil, hemp seed or flax seed oil to your cooking to take advantage of eliminating unwanted substances from the body. The oil actually lubricates the intestinal walls and encourages the absorption of toxins that are then removed from your system.


This type of vegetable contains beta-carotene and “phytochelatins,” which work towards eliminating heavy metals from the body by binding harmful substances, such as copper, mercury, and cadmium. The components in sweet potatoes also drive out toxins from the body.


Add sliced or cooked garlic to your dishes to stimulate the liver with detoxification enzymes that aid in the filtering out of toxic residues within the digestive system.


Eliminate the vices that place toxins and chemicals into the body. When detoxing, wave farewell to coffee, cigarettes, alcohol, and even refined sugars and saturated fats. All of the above can hinder the healing process.


Typical personal health care products and household cleaners contain chemicals that can hinder a process of detoxification. It is suggested to use natural substitutes for your shampoos, deodorants, toothpastes, and other cleaners.


The antioxidants found in green teas can remove toxins from your system, especially catechins, which are known to increase the function of your liver.


Some teas offer the benefits of an herbal laxative. Consume a cup of tea in the evening that contains senna and/or rhubarb root, ginger, fennel, licorice root, and coriander.


With many different kinds of grapes, you can certainly find a choice amongst the sea of green, red, white and purple to aid in your detoxification. Rich in potassium, the grape encourages a balance in the blood, cleanses the liver, stimulates the kidneys, and removes uric acid from the body.


With the power to stimulate the kidneys, add asparagus to your diet to maintain a healthy bowel system and cleanse the blood.


You probably already know that cranberry juice is effective in detoxifying the body. Quinine found in the juice turns into hippuric acid in the liver, which aids in the removal of uric acid, toxins, and a buildup of urea in the prostate gland, kidneys, testicles and bladder. Stay away from commercial cranberry juice with added preservatives.


Packed with vitamin C, citrus fruits can help turn toxins into digestible material. Start your day off with a warm glass of lemon water to jumpstart the cleansing process with beneficial enzymes.


Resources


[1] http://www.toddcaldecott.com/index.php/healing/detoxification/251-what-is-detoxification


[2] http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/foods-that-detox-the-body/





Home Remedies for Anal Fissures

The skin that covers your body is subject to many different rips and tears. While middle-aged people tend to suffer cuts in their anal region, fissures are also a common cause of rectal bleeding in infants. Most cases heal with self care within a few weeks, making home remedies for anal fissures a good topic to explore.


An anal fissure is a cut or tear that takes place in the opening through which stool passes out of the body – better known as the anus. Colonic and rectal surgeons see a great deal of patients with fissures. The condition is so common that 6 to 15% of their typical visits concentrate on fissures, which can affect people of all ages. Fissures are usually painful during bowel movements that have the possibility to reach severe levels.


Trauma to the anus and anal canal is the main cause of anal fissures, which typically involves a bowel movement. Hard stool or chronic diarrhea can also cause a fissure. Sometimes, an object, such as a rectal thermometer, enema tip, endoscope, or ultrasound probe for a prostate gland examination, causes the trauma associated with a fissure [1].


For women, childbirth can cause an anal fissure, as a tear can affect the skin between the posterior vagina and the anus – called the perineum. Other causes for anal fissures include Crohn’s disease, anal cancer, leukemia, and a variety of infections, such as chlamydia, herpes, tuberculosis, syphilis, gonorrhea, and the HIV virus.


The signs and symptoms of an anal fissure include [2]:


• Pain during bowel movements (can be severe)
• Pain after bowel movements (can last up to several hours)
• Bright red blood on the stool or toilet paper after going to the bathroom
• Itching or irritation around the anus
• A visible crack in the skin around the anus
• A small lump on the skin close to the anal fissure


It’s important to treat an anal fissure because a tear in the skin can extend to surrounding muscles. Untreated fissures can also bring additional symptoms and pain. The following home remedies for anal fissures are known to lessen the discomfort, treat tears, and avoid complications:


Dust yourself off with baby powder after taking a shower or going to the bathroom. This home remedy will keep your affected region dry, which reduces friction throughout the day.


If you are suffering from an anal fissure and diarrhea at the same time, seek treatments that address watery stools. The acid and consistency of the stools can soften surrounding tissues and cause burning in the anal area.


There may be the urge to scratch an anal fissure, but you will only worsen the tear.


Increase the amount of foods in your diet that contain fiber. Aim for 25 to 30 grams per day to encourage the healing of fissures, as well as keep stools soft. A few suggestions include fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, and whole grains. Make sure to add the fiber gradually to avoid bloating and gas.


Take a liquid fiber laxative that contains psyllium, such as Metamucil, to soften stools and promote less painful bowel movements.


Vaseline and other related products are good for protecting the anal canal with lubricant that makes bowel movements much easier to pass. It is suggested to insert petroleum jelly about 1/2 inch into the rectum.


If you are prone to anal fissures, it’s suggested to shed extra pounds to reduce the risk of sweating between your buttocks. The perspiration will slow down the healing process.


Your bathroom cabinet may offer a remedy for the inflammation that often accompanies anal fissures.


Encourage the healing of an anal fissure and alleviate pain by applying a compress with aloe vera to the anus.


Drinking a lot of liquids will prevent the constipation that can worsen a case of anal fissures. For example, you can drink 6 to 8 glasses of water to keep your system moving smoothly.


There are two benefits to regularly exercising for 30 minutes or more per day. Moderate physical activity not only encourages regular bowel movements, but also increases blood flow to all parts of the body, which can speed the healing of a fissure.


If you strain when going to the bathroom, you can create pressure that can cause a new tear or open a healing fissure.


A hot tub or warm bath can relax the muscles of the anal sphincter, which helps ease the discomfort of fissures.


Some foods can actually irritate fissures as they pass through the bowels. Pickled foods and hot, spicy ingredients often have this effect.


Wiping too harshly after a bowel movement will slow down the healing of anal fissures.


The type of toilet paper that you use can affect the healing process of anal fissures. Opt for white, unscented toilet paper that isn’t too rough. To further soften toilet paper, dampen a wad with a bit of water before wiping. Also, keep in mind that perfumes and colorings can cause irritation.


One of the gentlest methods of wiping an area with a fissure is to use facial tissues with moisturizing lotion. This type of paper product produces the least amount of friction.


Ease the pain of anal fissure when sitting down by placing a comfortable pillow underneath your bottom. ?

Resources


[1] http://www.medicinenet.com/anal_fissure/article.htm
[2] http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/anal-fissure/DS00762/DSECTION=symptoms


Home Remedies for Anal Fissures

The skin that covers your body is subject to many different rips and tears. While middle-aged people tend to suffer cuts in their anal region, fissures are also a common cause of rectal bleeding in infants. Most cases heal with self care within a few weeks, making home remedies for anal fissures a good topic to explore.


An anal fissure is a cut or tear that takes place in the opening through which stool passes out of the body – better known as the anus. Colonic and rectal surgeons see a great deal of patients with fissures. The condition is so common that 6 to 15% of their typical visits concentrate on fissures, which can affect people of all ages. Fissures are usually painful during bowel movements that have the possibility to reach severe levels.


Trauma to the anus and anal canal is the main cause of anal fissures, which typically involves a bowel movement. Hard stool or chronic diarrhea can also cause a fissure. Sometimes, an object, such as a rectal thermometer, enema tip, endoscope, or ultrasound probe for a prostate gland examination, causes the trauma associated with a fissure [1].


For women, childbirth can cause an anal fissure, as a tear can affect the skin between the posterior vagina and the anus – called the perineum. Other causes for anal fissures include Crohn’s disease, anal cancer, leukemia, and a variety of infections, such as chlamydia, herpes, tuberculosis, syphilis, gonorrhea, and the HIV virus.


The signs and symptoms of an anal fissure include [2]:


• Pain during bowel movements (can be severe)
• Pain after bowel movements (can last up to several hours)
• Bright red blood on the stool or toilet paper after going to the bathroom
• Itching or irritation around the anus
• A visible crack in the skin around the anus
• A small lump on the skin close to the anal fissure


It’s important to treat an anal fissure because a tear in the skin can extend to surrounding muscles. Untreated fissures can also bring additional symptoms and pain. The following home remedies for anal fissures are known to lessen the discomfort, treat tears, and avoid complications:


Dust yourself off with baby powder after taking a shower or going to the bathroom. This home remedy will keep your affected region dry, which reduces friction throughout the day.


If you are suffering from an anal fissure and diarrhea at the same time, seek treatments that address watery stools. The acid and consistency of the stools can soften surrounding tissues and cause burning in the anal area.


There may be the urge to scratch an anal fissure, but you will only worsen the tear.


Increase the amount of foods in your diet that contain fiber. Aim for 25 to 30 grams per day to encourage the healing of fissures, as well as keep stools soft. A few suggestions include fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, and whole grains. Make sure to add the fiber gradually to avoid bloating and gas.


Take a liquid fiber laxative that contains psyllium, such as Metamucil, to soften stools and promote less painful bowel movements.


Vaseline and other related products are good for protecting the anal canal with lubricant that makes bowel movements much easier to pass. It is suggested to insert petroleum jelly about 1/2 inch into the rectum.


If you are prone to anal fissures, it’s suggested to shed extra pounds to reduce the risk of sweating between your buttocks. The perspiration will slow down the healing process.


Your bathroom cabinet may offer a remedy for the inflammation that often accompanies anal fissures.


Encourage the healing of an anal fissure and alleviate pain by applying a compress with aloe vera to the anus.


Drinking a lot of liquids will prevent the constipation that can worsen a case of anal fissures. For example, you can drink 6 to 8 glasses of water to keep your system moving smoothly.


There are two benefits to regularly exercising for 30 minutes or more per day. Moderate physical activity not only encourages regular bowel movements, but also increases blood flow to all parts of the body, which can speed the healing of a fissure.


If you strain when going to the bathroom, you can create pressure that can cause a new tear or open a healing fissure.


A hot tub or warm bath can relax the muscles of the anal sphincter, which helps ease the discomfort of fissures.


Some foods can actually irritate fissures as they pass through the bowels. Pickled foods and hot, spicy ingredients often have this effect.


Wiping too harshly after a bowel movement will slow down the healing of anal fissures.


The type of toilet paper that you use can affect the healing process of anal fissures. Opt for white, unscented toilet paper that isn’t too rough. To further soften toilet paper, dampen a wad with a bit of water before wiping. Also, keep in mind that perfumes and colorings can cause irritation.


One of the gentlest methods of wiping an area with a fissure is to use facial tissues with moisturizing lotion. This type of paper product produces the least amount of friction.


Ease the pain of anal fissure when sitting down by placing a comfortable pillow underneath your bottom. ?

Resources


[1] http://www.medicinenet.com/anal_fissure/article.htm
[2] http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/anal-fissure/DS00762/DSECTION=symptoms


Home Remedies for Bad Cat Behavior

Independent and with a mind of their own, some cats can get into some real trouble…or take your patience to the limits. A naughty feline may shred your curtains, scratch your furniture, or leave behind unwanted “gifts.” Luckily for you, there are home remedies for bad cat behavior that you may want to get acquainted with.


When your pet isn’t playing nice in your household, they may exhibit one or more of the following common bad cat behaviors:


• Jumping on countertops (also known as “counter surfing”)
• Escaping out of the home
• Boredom that leads to destruction in the home
• Constant meowing
• Urinating in the home


If you own a cat, then you already know their tendency to jump, pounce, run, scatter, hide, and shred. Sometimes, the most common actions can wreak havoc in your household. To take back control and enjoy indoor spaces with your pet, consider the following home remedies for bad cat behavior:


ESCAPING the HOME


Some cats are curious about the great outdoors or have already developed a habit of bolting outside whenever the door is opened. Train your cat to avoid running out of open doors by spraying water. A spray bottle filled with cold water spritzed in their face should do the trick.


We all know that cats are typically not too fond of dogs, which is why a recording of a dog barking can come in handy. As your cat approaches a door to the outside, play the recording to discourage their curiosity.


A can of coins kept close to your exits could scare a cat away. Shake the can when your feline makes his or her way to your front door. The noise is loud and startles your pet.


Think fast with a cat trying to make a great escape by tossing a toy in the opposite direction. A cat ball makes a decent distraction, as most cats will choose to chase after the ball – giving you time to close the door.


BOREDOM


An entertained cat is a happy pet that is less likely to engage in destructive behaviors. Suggestions to provide stimulation for your cat include:


The simple pen laser or kid’s toy with a laser light is enough to send a cat into stalking and hunting mode. Felines enjoy pouncing, running after, and jumping on laser lights. Shine the lights on the wall and other safe places to provide stimulation that doesn’t take much on your part to perform. A flashlight in a dark room can also provide the same effect.


Use catnip as a stress reliever for anxious cats that need a calming outlet.


Owners often purchase expensive cat toys to keep their felines happy, but you’d be surprised just how much fun a cat can have with a simple box. Try it out and you may find your cat perfectly content with jumping in and out of a box.


DESTROYING the HOME


Aside from providing enough stimulation and buying a scratching post, you may consider the following home remedies for cats to help prevent destruction of the home:


Put your nail trimmer to good use and lessen the damage of your cat’s claws by trimming the nails. A cat with shorter nails will also feel less compelled to scratch something.


If you want to save your furniture, a simple solution is to cover up. Use sofa covers to protect your upholstery. You may also opt for wooden furniture sprayed with cat repellent to solve your problem.


Exchange your curtains for blinds if you have a cat that likes shredding the material.


JUMP ON COUNTERTOPS


The scent of dinner or something shiny can easily attract your cat to the countertop, but what they don’t know is just how dangerous a jump up can be. Oftentimes, kitchen counters are attached to the stove, which can burn paws. To discourage your cat from jumping on countertops, consider the following remedies:


A cat that climbs on the countertops may be on the prowl for crumbs and other tasty vittles. However, if you put your foods away, frequently clean the counter and don’t let the dirty dishes pile up, you can make the countertop a rather unattractive place for explore for cats. Also, keep the sink free of dirty dishes.


Place soda cans filled with coins in a place that your cat is most likely to knock down when climbing on countertops. When they knock down the can, the sound will startle them and the countertop will not seem as fun as it once was.


Arrange strips of aluminum foil along the borders of your counters. The noise that the foil makes when the cat steps on makes this part of your house less unattractive [1].


Place two-sided tape on your countertops where your cat likes to explore. The feeling on their paws is enough to send them running in a different direction.


For when you are in the vicinity as your cat jumps on a countertop, have a spray bottle handy. Spray a bit of water in their direction to deter climbing. Keep in mind to not aim for the face or drench your pet.


CONSTANT MEOWING


Although not exactly a bad behavior, constant cat meowing can quickly become a rather cumbersome sound. Sometimes, a cat is seeking attention while other times they are simply trying to tell you something. To remedy a constant meow, consider the following suggestions:


Sometimes a cat will let you know that you are not feeding them enough. Your pet may let you know with insistent meows every time you get close to the kitchen, refrigerator or location where you keep their food and/or dishes.


If you have a cat that likes to grab your attention with constant meowing, try your best to ignore the feline and only give attention when they have quieted down.


If you’ve never dealt with constant meowing before, your cat may have injured himself or herself. Thoroughly check their body for splinters in their paw, open wounds, or anything else that may seem out of the ordinary.


URINATING in the HOME


Oftentimes, the common cat practice of spraying is misidentified as a cat willfully urinating in inappropriate places. Most owners do not know the difference. Spraying takes place when a cat squirts urine on a wall or other vertical object. For example, a tom cat will walk, point its tail up, and squirt some urine on a wall as a way to communicate or mark their territory [2]. This is considered a normal behavior.


Inappropriate urination is marked when a cat pees on rugs, furniture, and blankets. Stress can cause a cat to act in this manner or a sudden life change, such as a new pet, recent move, or a newborn. A few ways to deter cats from urinating in the house include:


There are cats that look for other places to urinate if their litter box is dirty. Felines exhibit high levels of cleanliness and will find other options for urination to prevent a buildup of odor in their personal spaces.


The location of a litter box is an important part of keeping cats happy as well. If it is positioned in a place that receives a lot of traffic, your cat may seek out a quieter place to go to the bathroom.


When cleaning, opt for products that do not carry an ammonia scent, which actually encourages a cat to urinate in the same spot if they have done so before.


Resources
[1] http://www.dailypuppy.com/articles/how-to-stop-a-cat-from-jumping-on-counters/0b1dec61-a5f6-59b7-a1a0-edb610cf2b6f
[2] http://www.petco.com/caresheets/cat/Cat_Spraying.pdf


Home Remedies for Bad Cat Behavior

Independent and with a mind of their own, some cats can get into some real trouble…or take your patience to the limits. A naughty feline may shred your curtains, scratch your furniture, or leave behind unwanted “gifts.” Luckily for you, there are home remedies for bad cat behavior that you may want to get acquainted with.


When your pet isn’t playing nice in your household, they may exhibit one or more of the following common bad cat behaviors:


• Jumping on countertops (also known as “counter surfing”)
• Escaping out of the home
• Boredom that leads to destruction in the home
• Constant meowing
• Urinating in the home


If you own a cat, then you already know their tendency to jump, pounce, run, scatter, hide, and shred. Sometimes, the most common actions can wreak havoc in your household. To take back control and enjoy indoor spaces with your pet, consider the following home remedies for bad cat behavior:


ESCAPING the HOME


Some cats are curious about the great outdoors or have already developed a habit of bolting outside whenever the door is opened. Train your cat to avoid running out of open doors by spraying water. A spray bottle filled with cold water spritzed in their face should do the trick.


We all know that cats are typically not too fond of dogs, which is why a recording of a dog barking can come in handy. As your cat approaches a door to the outside, play the recording to discourage their curiosity.


A can of coins kept close to your exits could scare a cat away. Shake the can when your feline makes his or her way to your front door. The noise is loud and startles your pet.


Think fast with a cat trying to make a great escape by tossing a toy in the opposite direction. A cat ball makes a decent distraction, as most cats will choose to chase after the ball – giving you time to close the door.


BOREDOM


An entertained cat is a happy pet that is less likely to engage in destructive behaviors. Suggestions to provide stimulation for your cat include:


The simple pen laser or kid’s toy with a laser light is enough to send a cat into stalking and hunting mode. Felines enjoy pouncing, running after, and jumping on laser lights. Shine the lights on the wall and other safe places to provide stimulation that doesn’t take much on your part to perform. A flashlight in a dark room can also provide the same effect.


Use catnip as a stress reliever for anxious cats that need a calming outlet.


Owners often purchase expensive cat toys to keep their felines happy, but you’d be surprised just how much fun a cat can have with a simple box. Try it out and you may find your cat perfectly content with jumping in and out of a box.


DESTROYING the HOME


Aside from providing enough stimulation and buying a scratching post, you may consider the following home remedies for cats to help prevent destruction of the home:


Put your nail trimmer to good use and lessen the damage of your cat’s claws by trimming the nails. A cat with shorter nails will also feel less compelled to scratch something.


If you want to save your furniture, a simple solution is to cover up. Use sofa covers to protect your upholstery. You may also opt for wooden furniture sprayed with cat repellent to solve your problem.


Exchange your curtains for blinds if you have a cat that likes shredding the material.


JUMP ON COUNTERTOPS


The scent of dinner or something shiny can easily attract your cat to the countertop, but what they don’t know is just how dangerous a jump up can be. Oftentimes, kitchen counters are attached to the stove, which can burn paws. To discourage your cat from jumping on countertops, consider the following remedies:


A cat that climbs on the countertops may be on the prowl for crumbs and other tasty vittles. However, if you put your foods away, frequently clean the counter and don’t let the dirty dishes pile up, you can make the countertop a rather unattractive place for explore for cats. Also, keep the sink free of dirty dishes.


Place soda cans filled with coins in a place that your cat is most likely to knock down when climbing on countertops. When they knock down the can, the sound will startle them and the countertop will not seem as fun as it once was.


Arrange strips of aluminum foil along the borders of your counters. The noise that the foil makes when the cat steps on makes this part of your house less unattractive [1].


Place two-sided tape on your countertops where your cat likes to explore. The feeling on their paws is enough to send them running in a different direction.


For when you are in the vicinity as your cat jumps on a countertop, have a spray bottle handy. Spray a bit of water in their direction to deter climbing. Keep in mind to not aim for the face or drench your pet.


CONSTANT MEOWING


Although not exactly a bad behavior, constant cat meowing can quickly become a rather cumbersome sound. Sometimes, a cat is seeking attention while other times they are simply trying to tell you something. To remedy a constant meow, consider the following suggestions:


Sometimes a cat will let you know that you are not feeding them enough. Your pet may let you know with insistent meows every time you get close to the kitchen, refrigerator or location where you keep their food and/or dishes.


If you have a cat that likes to grab your attention with constant meowing, try your best to ignore the feline and only give attention when they have quieted down.


If you’ve never dealt with constant meowing before, your cat may have injured himself or herself. Thoroughly check their body for splinters in their paw, open wounds, or anything else that may seem out of the ordinary.


URINATING in the HOME


Oftentimes, the common cat practice of spraying is misidentified as a cat willfully urinating in inappropriate places. Most owners do not know the difference. Spraying takes place when a cat squirts urine on a wall or other vertical object. For example, a tom cat will walk, point its tail up, and squirt some urine on a wall as a way to communicate or mark their territory [2]. This is considered a normal behavior.


Inappropriate urination is marked when a cat pees on rugs, furniture, and blankets. Stress can cause a cat to act in this manner or a sudden life change, such as a new pet, recent move, or a newborn. A few ways to deter cats from urinating in the house include:


There are cats that look for other places to urinate if their litter box is dirty. Felines exhibit high levels of cleanliness and will find other options for urination to prevent a buildup of odor in their personal spaces.


The location of a litter box is an important part of keeping cats happy as well. If it is positioned in a place that receives a lot of traffic, your cat may seek out a quieter place to go to the bathroom.


When cleaning, opt for products that do not carry an ammonia scent, which actually encourages a cat to urinate in the same spot if they have done so before.


Resources
[1] http://www.dailypuppy.com/articles/how-to-stop-a-cat-from-jumping-on-counters/0b1dec61-a5f6-59b7-a1a0-edb610cf2b6f
[2] http://www.petco.com/caresheets/cat/Cat_Spraying.pdf


Petua terbaru merawat demam denggi


Petua ini diperoleh daripada seorang kawan yang pernah terkena demam denggi dan selepas diamalkan, ianya berkesan.


Caranya ialah dengan mengambil sehelai daun betik dan diblenderkan sehingga lumat/hancur. Kemudian tapiskan dan ambil air/patinya sahaja...Minum pati tersebut dengan sukatan satu sudu teh sahaja. Amalkan selalu dan Insya-Allah demam denggi tadi akan sembuh...mudah-mudahan ianya dapat membantu.


Sekiranya pembaca mempunyai sebarang petua berkaitan dengan demam denggi bolehlah berkongsi disini ataupun dengan menggunakan form yang disediakan disebelah....terima kasih dan selamat mencuba..

Petua terbaru merawat demam denggi


Petua ini diperoleh daripada seorang kawan yang pernah terkena demam denggi dan selepas diamalkan, ianya berkesan.


Caranya ialah dengan mengambil sehelai daun betik dan diblenderkan sehingga lumat/hancur. Kemudian tapiskan dan ambil air/patinya sahaja...Minum pati tersebut dengan sukatan satu sudu teh sahaja. Amalkan selalu dan Insya-Allah demam denggi tadi akan sembuh...mudah-mudahan ianya dapat membantu.


Sekiranya pembaca mempunyai sebarang petua berkaitan dengan demam denggi bolehlah berkongsi disini ataupun dengan menggunakan form yang disediakan disebelah....terima kasih dan selamat mencuba..

Home Remedies for Epilepsy/ Sawan Babi


With varying symptoms and degrees of intensity, the sight of a seizure can be quite disheartening. In a lifetime, about one in every 100 people in the United States will experience an unprovoked seizure, but for some – epilepsy is a disorder that can occur at any moment. To treat symptoms and lessen the frequency of fits, home remedies for epilepsy may help.


A patient with epilepsy suffers a disorder characterized by electrical signals inside the brain that cause recurring seizures. Having just one seizure doesn’t indicate that you have epilepsy – you will need to experience at least two unprovoked seizures before a doctor will consider a diagnosis.


In about 50% of epilepsy patients, there is no concrete cause behind their condition. For other patients, epilepsy can be linked to a range of factors. For starters, genetics is known to play a role in the condition. Researchers have actually pinpointed connections between some types of epilepsy and specific genes. An estimated 500 genes could be tied to the condition [1]. Other common factors that contribute to epilepsy includes:


Epilepsy may develop after a car accident or other traumatic physical event.


Disorders, such as strokes and heart attacks, can cause damage to the brain that can lead to epilepsy. In patients with epilepsy over the age of 65, a stroke is mostly responsible.


Amongst older adults, dementia is a leading cause of epilepsy.


People with meningitis, AIDS and viral encephalitis can experience epileptic seizures.


Autistic people and those with Down syndrome may experience epileptic seizures due to their developmental disorders.


Not everyone experiences the same symptoms when having an epileptic seizure. Since the abnormal activity of cells linked to epilepsy affect the processes associated with the brain, a seizure can cause a patient to suffer the following symptoms:


• Temporary confusion
• Staring blankly
• Convulsions and shaking of body
• Arms and legs that uncontrollably jerk
• Twitches in arms and legs
• Loss of bladder control
• Stiffened body
• Complete loss of consciousness


An epileptic seizure can strike without warning, which makes it important to follow the directions of your medication. Refrain from adjusting your dosage and do not forego your prescription altogether. To make life easier, the following home remedies for epilepsy may help calm and prevent symptoms:


A strong trigger of seizures is sleep deprivation, making it important to get enough hours of rest every night.


Some people have reported experiencing an increased frequency of seizures when consuming sugar substitutes, such as aspartame. Found in many diet and sugar-free drinks, yogurts and other food products, you may want to keep an eye on your intake.


Consume four tablespoons of coconut oil every day to combat seizures associated with epilepsy. You may also cook with the oil – using it as a substitute in your favorite recipes. Drinking coconut milk has also proven beneficial for epileptics.


Some people have benefited from the magnesium found in Epsom salts by adding ½ teaspoon to their orange juice in the morning.


Studies have shown that excessive viewing of television (especially cartoons that flash a lot of images all at once) and playing video games can lead to a seizure.


A remedy used for epilepsy calls for adding garlic cloves to one part water and one part milk, and then drinking. It is important that you crush the garlic cloves before placing in the liquid solution so that the juices are properly absorbed.


This vitamin has proven effective in treating and preventing epileptic seizures because it assists the brain in performing vital tasks. You may take a supplement (150 to 200 mg per day) or consume foods that naturally contain the vitamin, such as carrots, legumes, peanuts, rice, and green leafy vegetables.


Patients who suffer from stress-induced epilepsy could treat or prevent their condition by learning ways to deal with stress. Yoga and meditation are popular options because they encourage the release of endorphin hormones, which helps manage stress and keep patients happier.


Making changes to your lifestyle and habits can reduce the frequency of epilepsy seizures. For example, smoking tobacco can cause defects in your neurons. Excessive alcohol consumption and drug use is also linked to seizures.


It is said that you can stop a seizure by cutting a large onion in half and placing each piece under both nostrils. The sense of smell of the onion may calm the body’s reaction.


Resources



Home Remedies for Epilepsy/ Sawan Babi


With varying symptoms and degrees of intensity, the sight of a seizure can be quite disheartening. In a lifetime, about one in every 100 people in the United States will experience an unprovoked seizure, but for some – epilepsy is a disorder that can occur at any moment. To treat symptoms and lessen the frequency of fits, home remedies for epilepsy may help.


A patient with epilepsy suffers a disorder characterized by electrical signals inside the brain that cause recurring seizures. Having just one seizure doesn’t indicate that you have epilepsy – you will need to experience at least two unprovoked seizures before a doctor will consider a diagnosis.


In about 50% of epilepsy patients, there is no concrete cause behind their condition. For other patients, epilepsy can be linked to a range of factors. For starters, genetics is known to play a role in the condition. Researchers have actually pinpointed connections between some types of epilepsy and specific genes. An estimated 500 genes could be tied to the condition [1]. Other common factors that contribute to epilepsy includes:


Epilepsy may develop after a car accident or other traumatic physical event.


Disorders, such as strokes and heart attacks, can cause damage to the brain that can lead to epilepsy. In patients with epilepsy over the age of 65, a stroke is mostly responsible.


Amongst older adults, dementia is a leading cause of epilepsy.


People with meningitis, AIDS and viral encephalitis can experience epileptic seizures.


Autistic people and those with Down syndrome may experience epileptic seizures due to their developmental disorders.


Not everyone experiences the same symptoms when having an epileptic seizure. Since the abnormal activity of cells linked to epilepsy affect the processes associated with the brain, a seizure can cause a patient to suffer the following symptoms:


• Temporary confusion
• Staring blankly
• Convulsions and shaking of body
• Arms and legs that uncontrollably jerk
• Twitches in arms and legs
• Loss of bladder control
• Stiffened body
• Complete loss of consciousness


An epileptic seizure can strike without warning, which makes it important to follow the directions of your medication. Refrain from adjusting your dosage and do not forego your prescription altogether. To make life easier, the following home remedies for epilepsy may help calm and prevent symptoms:


A strong trigger of seizures is sleep deprivation, making it important to get enough hours of rest every night.


Some people have reported experiencing an increased frequency of seizures when consuming sugar substitutes, such as aspartame. Found in many diet and sugar-free drinks, yogurts and other food products, you may want to keep an eye on your intake.


Consume four tablespoons of coconut oil every day to combat seizures associated with epilepsy. You may also cook with the oil – using it as a substitute in your favorite recipes. Drinking coconut milk has also proven beneficial for epileptics.


Some people have benefited from the magnesium found in Epsom salts by adding ½ teaspoon to their orange juice in the morning.


Studies have shown that excessive viewing of television (especially cartoons that flash a lot of images all at once) and playing video games can lead to a seizure.


A remedy used for epilepsy calls for adding garlic cloves to one part water and one part milk, and then drinking. It is important that you crush the garlic cloves before placing in the liquid solution so that the juices are properly absorbed.


This vitamin has proven effective in treating and preventing epileptic seizures because it assists the brain in performing vital tasks. You may take a supplement (150 to 200 mg per day) or consume foods that naturally contain the vitamin, such as carrots, legumes, peanuts, rice, and green leafy vegetables.


Patients who suffer from stress-induced epilepsy could treat or prevent their condition by learning ways to deal with stress. Yoga and meditation are popular options because they encourage the release of endorphin hormones, which helps manage stress and keep patients happier.


Making changes to your lifestyle and habits can reduce the frequency of epilepsy seizures. For example, smoking tobacco can cause defects in your neurons. Excessive alcohol consumption and drug use is also linked to seizures.


It is said that you can stop a seizure by cutting a large onion in half and placing each piece under both nostrils. The sense of smell of the onion may calm the body’s reaction.


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Bila Anak-anak Kerap Selsema


Cuba amalkan mengambil sebiji bawang besar dan dihiris-hiris. Letakkan di dalam piring kemudian letakkan di ruang tamu atau berdekatan tempat anak-anak bermain. Tukarkan setiap hari bawang tersebut. Anda akan mendapati mereka baik dari selsama tanpa makan ubat-ubatan. Amalkan selalu bagi menghindari selsema terutama untuk seisi keluarga.

Bila Anak-anak Kerap Selsema


Cuba amalkan mengambil sebiji bawang besar dan dihiris-hiris. Letakkan di dalam piring kemudian letakkan di ruang tamu atau berdekatan tempat anak-anak bermain. Tukarkan setiap hari bawang tersebut. Anda akan mendapati mereka baik dari selsama tanpa makan ubat-ubatan. Amalkan selalu bagi menghindari selsema terutama untuk seisi keluarga.

Home Remedies for Skin Chafing


If you participate in competitive sports or carry around a little extra weight, you face an increased chance of experiencing friction against the skin. The end result is skin irritation called chafing, which can turn into quite a painful problem. To encourage healing and soothe symptoms, you should consider learning a few home remedies for chafing.


Chafing takes place when two body parts repeatedly rub against each other. As a result, the area becomes red, and pain soon follows. Although chafing can occur with nearly any body part with skin, the most common areas affected are around the groin, underarms, nipples, and inside the thighs. Excessive sweating is a factor that contributes a great deal to chafing. Therefore, the people most susceptible to the irritation are athletes and the overweight. Common symptoms of chafing are painful stinging and burning sensation.

Chafing doesn’t become a serious issue unless infection develops in broken skin. To make sure you don’t wind up worsening your condition, consider the following home remedies for chafing:

Create a healing paste with oatmeal and olive oil to treat chafing. Spread the mixture over affected areas and leave on for 20 to 30 minutes.

Talcum (or baby) powder acts as a lubricant, which encourages movement of skin with less friction.

Using cornstarch on skin susceptible to chafing has the same effect as baby powder. Skin will brush up against other skin with a decreased risk of creating irritation.

If you seem to frequently experience skin irritation caused by friction, you may need to wear undergarments made out of natural fibers, such as 100% cotton.

Women in dresses and skirts with ample thighs (and men with muscular thighs) may face chafing in the summertime when weather conditions are hot and sweaty. To prevent chafing between the legs during a workout or hot, summer day – rub anti-perspirant or a powdery deodorant between the legs at the start of each day or before a big race.

Before slipping into any new workout clothes, make sure to wash before wearing. A good wash can soften the fabric, which can decrease the amount of friction against your skin.

Ladies who do not wear the appropriate sized bra face an increased chance of chafing of the nipples. Women should avoid wearing loose bras.

Men should wear boxers if they experience frequent friction in the groin region.

If you have large thighs or are overweight, you may enjoy relief from chafing if you wrap an Ace bandage around the parts of the leg that rub together. The bandages protect against the friction of skin rubbing against skin.

Loose clothing worn during a workout increases the chances of chafing. Choose stretchy fabrics, such as Lycra cycling shorts, which are snug enough to reduce the aftermath of friction.

Apply diaper cream on chafed areas, which is considered effective for soothing the skin and enhancing the healing process.

It is suggested to treat chaffed skin like an open wound. Wash thoroughly and apply an antiseptic cream, lotion or gel to prevent infection.

Lubricate the places on your body that tend to chafe with petroleum jelly. Prime body parts include between your thighs and under the arms.

For smaller places on the skin that suffer chafing, use a Band-Aid to prevent irritation. This home remedy works wonders for runners who battle irritated nipples.

If you are participating in a sport that constantly has you reeling in pain from chafing – take a break to allow the skin to fully heal.

Having excess weight around inner thighs and arms can cause the friction associated with chafing. Losing weight can eliminate the factors that contribute to this kind of skin irritation.

If you drink a decent amount of water, it will help prevent the dehydration that makes skin more susceptible to chafing.


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