Perimenopause or pre-menopause is a relatively new term coined in the last twenty years by the medical community to describe symptoms caused by normal hormonal fluctuations that occur as a woman moves closer to her menopause. These symptoms can be broad-ranging and diffuse and differ for every woman, causing a lot of confusion and anxiety. And the younger you are, the more confused and worried you may be. The most common include irregular and/or heavy bleeding, insomnia, night sweats and/or hot flashes, worsening PMS, migraine, vaginal dryness and abdominal weight gain on the physical front. On the emotional front, changing hormones are linked to increased bouts of anxiety, depression, irritability and intense mood swings. Many women have experienced chest pain or palpitations from their hormonal imbalance. It’s also true that not every woman experiences symptoms (about 40%). A woman may go in and out of a perimenopausal state for as many as 10-13 years before she arrives at true menopause (the average age of which is 52 in the US). This means that it is perfectly normal, in fact natural, for a woman as young as 40 to begin feeling foreign and seemingly inexplicable changes in her body and emotions. … Continue reading What is perimenopause? →
When the amount of fat or sugar intake does not get used or converted into energy, it leads to an increase in weight or obesity. The area around your abdomen or belly area is the first body part to get affected. If you are wondering about the different reasons for obesity, here are the five major ones. The Great Genes It’s all right there in your genes. If you are from a background where obesity runs in the family, then there are high chances of your getting affected with it. Our genes have a strong effect on our health and obesity is one of the things that can be inherited through our genes. Poor Diet When a person is unable to get his diet under control or mismanages his diet, it leads to obesity. If you are someone who doesn’t eat at proper intervals or eats frequently then you are sure to get affected with this lifestyle disorder. Sleep Deprived If you are someone who loves watching late night movies or spends the night on the internet, then your health is at threat. People who sleep less or deprive themselves of sleep tend to put on weight faster and are … Continue reading 5 main causes leading to obesity →
Detoxification is your body’s best friend when it comes to weight loss! It will clean your system and prevent sickness. The best thing about a detox diet is that in addition to flushing toxins out your body and helping in weight loss, it will help you get that glowing skin that you’ve always dreamt of. This is because you’ve not just gone in for weight loss, it is Healthy Weight Loss, which will reflect in the glow on your face. Related: Home Remedies For Glowing Skin Below are some interesting tips to detox naturally: Eat your Greens Water A Natural Detoxifier Fiber – the detoxifier Fish for detox Stay away from saturated fats Control your drinks Minimize refined foods Check the way you cook Go natural for detox Eat your Greens Fruits and veggies are the best way forward for detoxifying your body. Therefore, you must eat lots of seasonal fruits and vegetables every day. This will flush the toxins from your body, give you the right vitamins, and make you lose weight the healthy way. Water – A natural detoxifier Water is one of the best gifts of Mother Nature to us. It is indeed a very natural detoxifier. To … Continue reading Daily Detox Tips For Women To Lose Weight →
Detox is a process, which involves flushing out of toxins that have accumulated in our body.
Following are some of the most common causes of flatulence: Wipe-out of good bacteria Excessive flatulence, constipation, diarrhea, and other digestive problems can happen due to lack of good bacteria in the guts. This could be due to years of taking anti biotic, eating excessive amount of sugar and refined flour, eating cakes and pastries, and non-vegetarian food, which could wipe-out colonic flora. Allergy and Intolerance Lactose intolerance and allergic reactions to milk also increase gas output. Foods containing high fructose corn syrup and yeast when poorly tolerated by individuals are fermented by intestinal bacteria and cause a lot of stomach cramps and gas formation. Beans A complex carbohydrate called oligosaccharide present in beans is hard to digest. Generally, beans of smaller size like moong cause less flatulence as compared to larger beans like rajma. Soaking the beans overnight, discarding the soaked water and cooking beans well can reduce the flatulence. Hi-fiber and carbohydrate diet Usually a diet with lots of starchy foods like potato, wheat and pasta can cause flatulence. A sudden switch to high fiber diet, especially when a person is not used to it. Flatulence can cause lot of discomfort and belching. Few vegetables Onions, turnips, cabbage, … Continue reading Common causes of flatulence →
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