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What makes your skin dull? We have all entered this world with a flawless complexion. Glowing skin is the hallmark of beauty. This article provides natural tips for getting a glowing skin. As we grow older our skin is bound to age but time is not your skins greatest enemy. Sun Exposure, smoking, poor diet, environmental toxins, excess alcohol consumption, stress, harsh foods, lack of sleep & little or no exercise also pushes your skin to age faster and form wrinkles. All these factors produce an excess of free radicals that damage the collagen (a Protein) in your skin. Collagen is responsible in giving your skin its youthful and supple look. Once it is damage the skin begins to look stiff and wrinkles set in. Beauty-boosting foods The most important thing to remember is that beautiful skin starts from the inside, so eating right can do wonders for your skin. By correcting your lifestyle, diet and nutrition one can reduce dependency on artificial cosmetics. Here are few guidelines to improve your nutrition and food habits and bring that inner glow onto your face! Protein Most vegetarians do not get adequate proteins due to which they experience hair loss. Sulphur rich … Continue reading 10 tips for glowing skin and good health →
The acid alkaline balance in the body can be defined as the fine line between good health and the verge of illness. The human body feels good at a pH of 7.0 to 7.4. Any value below or above this range causes an imbalance in its functioning and sets the ground for disease. Acidosis This is a condition when the body chemistry becomes overly acidic. The PH values of saliva may go down to 6.0 and below. This can be easily tested by using a litmus paper. Test your saliva on an empty stomach preferably on waking up. You can also test saliva one hour after meals. All you have to do is just spit into a bowl and dip the pH strip in it. Check the colour of the paper after one minute. If it corresponds to values of 7.0 to 7.3 it is considered healthy. A reading of 4.5 to 6.0 indicates acidosis and this state is likely to promote disease conditions in the body. In addition to the litmus test, there are certain frank symptoms that reflect acidosis. Bodyache, headaches, strong acid perspiration, foul smelling stools, hard stools, alternating with diarrhoea, sunken eyes, water retention, insomnia are … Continue reading Acidity and your body →
Bladder Infections, also known as Cystitis or Urinary Tract Infections, plague women more often than men. In fact, 50% of women are likely to be afflicted by this disease at some point of time in their lives. This is because of the structural makeup of the female urinary tract. Bacteria swim up the urethra (a tube, which connects the bladder to help pass the urine into the urinary bladder easily, since their urethra is too short and close to the rectum. Beside bacterial infections, stress, eating on the run, and forgetting to drink enough water too can increase your risk of bladder infections. When you get a burning sensation while passing urine, feel the urge to urinate frequently, see blood in the urine, or see cloudy urine, you can be sure that you have a urinary infection. It could also be accompanied with fever and nausea. Bladder infections can be miserable but not dangerous. However, you must consult your doctor immediately. Traditionally, bladder infections were treated through antibiotics. However, the problem is that these antibiotics destroy the friendly bacteria in the intestines that help the body manufacture its own B-vitamins. If the infection is in the initial stages and does … Continue reading What are bladder infections →
PCOD is a common health problem which causes an imbalance of hormones. Women who suffer from this disorder experience an imbalance in their hormones, unwanted alterations to their menstrual cycle, and pregnancy problems. While many turn to medications to treat PCOD, the best way to treat it is through natural home remedies. So here are 5 simple home remedies to effectively treat PCOD. Cinnamon Powder Add one teaspoon of cinnamon powder to a glass of hot water and stir well. Drink this drink daily. You can also include this spice into your diet by sprinkling cinnamon powder on your cereal, oatmeal, yogurt, smoothies, and other foods. Flaxseeds & Water Mix one or two tablespoons of freshly ground flaxseed powder in a glass of water. Drink it daily. Also include ground flaxseeds into your diet regularly by adding it to soups and salads. Soaked Fenugreek Soak three teaspoons of fenugreek seeds in water for six to eight hours. Take one teaspoon of the soaked seeds along with some honey in the morning on an empty stomach. Also, take one teaspoon of the seeds 10 minutes before lunch and one teaspoon 10 minutes before dinner. Continue this treatment daily. You can also include fenugreek seeds and leaves … Continue reading 5 simple home remedies for PCOD →
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