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I need to ask a question to dentist regarding bad smell in mouth.After taking food,the taste of food is remaining in mouth.After some time some smell is coming.I consulted dentist,he suggested cleaning.After cleaning also same problem is repeating.If any one suggest good solution,I feel very happy
With many technological advances, our attention span has decreased drastically from what it used to be. We spend significantly more time glued to our screens and have an increased amount of stimuli from the environment. This results in our focus constantly shifting.
Your memory capacity on the other hand is limitless. The human brain has the ability to store more than 1 quadrillion pieces of data. This is only the average amount of data being recorded throughout our lives and 99% of the information from our environment gets discarded.
Here are some ways in which you can improve your memory and attention:
Regular exercise helps supply oxygen to the brain which can help reduce the risk of memory loss and other related problems.
Getting enough sleep:
It is said that the average adult needs 7-8 hours of sleep every night. Even one hour less can reduce problem solving skills, memory and creativity.
The phrase “laughter is the best medicine” doesn’t only hold true for physical ailments but also helps in improving memory. It helps people think more broadly and connect ideas more freely.
The power of music:
Numerous studies show that listening to music without lyrics helps increase your ability to focus. Music has proven to be very calming and soothing for people. This very quality is what helps boost your concentration and focus.
Stressors act as a magnet and pulls away our concentration. A way to rectify this is to “clean up” your mind. Get rid of all the stressors by taking a few deep breaths before you start your work. This will help you concentrate and focus on your desired task for longer periods of time.
Test your attention span:
Cut out newspaper articles with three paragraphs. Cross out the any one vowel in the article.
If you have skipped letters in the first paragraph – attention span dips at the beginning.
If you skip letters in the second paragraph (and not in first or third) – attention is lost halfway and returns slowly.
If you skip letters in the second paragraph and in the third – you have a short attention span and other activities along with this must be conducted regularly to increase it.
If you skip letters in the third paragraph – attention span decreases towards the end.
This activity can be done often to check improvement in attention span.
I am a 23-year-old and have begun to experience some hair loss. So I decided to do a little research on the topic to find possible causes and solutions. In my research, I found that one of the leading causes is DHT, which is a byproduct of testosterone. Is this true?
Staying hydrated during exercise is one of the most important things you can do for your body. Not only do you have more energy when you're hydrated, your performance improves and your workouts feel better. If your body is short on fluids, performance suffers, you get tired faster and, in some circumstances, you can end up with cramps, heat exhaustion or other problems that may sideline you from exercise.
Exercise and Fluid Replacement Guidelines
The guidelines for fluid replacement have changed over the years as we've learned more about the body and how important water is to our health.
Each of us will have individual requirements when it comes to fluid replacement. We exercise differently, sweat differently and workout in different climates and environments but, guidelines, set out by the American College of Sports Medicine, can help you figure out how to stay hydrated:
Hydration Tips For Runners
Drink about 17 ounces of fluid 2 to 3 hours before exercise.
Drink about 8 to 10 ounces of water 10 to 20 minutes before exercise.
Drink about 8 to 10 ounces of water every 15 minutes or so during your workout. You may find sipping water throughout your workout works as well.
If you exercise for more than an hour, consider a sports drink. Learn more about the the best sports drinks
Continue drinking water after your workout to replace any fluids lost.
The Symptoms of Dehydration
Dehydration can lead to a number of problems when you're exercising including dizziness, fatigue, diarrhea, vomiting, heat exhaustion or, extreme cases, heat stroke. These symptoms may be a sign you're dehydrated:
Feeling dizzy or lightheaded
Very dark urine (when you're properly hydrated, your urine is light or clear)
An inability to urinate
If you do experience these symptoms, stop what you're doing and consider drinking a sports drink to help balance out your electrolytes.
The Symptoms of Hyponatremia
Some of us get so worried about dehydration, we end up drinking a little too much water, which can lead to water intoxication.
This happens when you lose too much salt through sweating, and, though you're replacing your fluids with water, you're not replacing the salt you've lost. While this is rare, it can be serious, leading to seizures, a coma or, in extreme cases, death. Some symptoms to watch out for include:
Confusion and slurred speech
You can treat hyponatremia by eating salty foods or drinking a sports drink that contains sodium.
Hello Dr. my mother aged 63 yrs is suffering from rheumatic pains right now she is under physiotherapy from the past 12 days along with rhus tox but still in vain so please suggest as of she is not overweight also. Thanks
I have black spots as well as pimples on mu face, I used scar removal for 3 months but didn't see any changes, whst should I do.
Sir I am having digestive problems for the past 10 years. (2009 colonoscopy -multiple erosions over the rectal ampulla, evidence of colitis in entire sigmoid colon. 2009 endoscopy-incompetent oesophageal sphincter without gastro-oesophageal reflux. Acute erosive gastritis & hpylori) I have taken medicines for hpylori. Later in 2010 found multiple stones in gall bladder (big stone measuring 8 mm). I got pains symptoms in 2014 and took medicines. There after no pains. Now presently the the gall stone bigger one is 5.7 mm. I am frequently disturbed with indigestion disorders. Presently I am suffering from back pain (pain above the anal hole). I have not passed motions for last 3 days and having bloating in stomach. Please note that I have problems like gastritis & colon erosions. There is no guarantee that these problems will cure even if remove gall bladder. Kindly advise me.
I have cough since 2 months and some times have fever, cold, head pain and body pain, can you please tell me the medicine or tips what I do?
I am 29 years old unmarried. I am a regular cigarette smoker from last 8-9 yrs. From last 30-40 days I am feeling heaviness in my chest with little pain. I feel that something has been filled in my chest. I am also feeling weakness also.
I am 31 yrs old unmarried female I want 2 knw how to maintain a balance of hormones naturally without medicines. Is a 2 day period normal or is a matter of concern. Also advice hw often shld visit doctor for routine chk up.
What kind of food I have to take for gain my weight in a healthy form. And make muscles and be healthy.
I want to loose my weight. I feel little flab now a days. My height is 5'10" and weight is 86 kgs. Kindly suggest.
I am a engineering student and the food I eat in the hostel mess is not very good and less in nutrient so because of this my health has gone down so what should I do and how should I maintain my diet to improve my health?
My mother in law always has 97 temperature but today she is having 98.6 temperature. Is everything alright. Which medicine should we have to take?
Hi have female pattern hairloss. Does applying conditioner on the scalp cause more hair fall generally? Pls suggest a daily cleanser and a good conditioner for hairloss.
I m a 21 year old girl and I very fat I m weight is 78. But my most of d fates store at my belly. How to loose my weight.
I have dark skin. I want to increase my skin tone .i all do all home remedy .please suggest me homeopathy.
Scarlet fever is a kind of bacterial illness that commonly develops in children who are suffering from a strep throat (scratchy and sore throat caused by a bacterial infection). The bacteria streptococcus produces a poison or toxin that causes rashes, colored a bright red, all over the body. The name “scarlet fever” is derived from these red rashes. Scarlet fever is common among children aged between 5 and 15. Previously, it used to be a serious and common childhood illness, but is relatively rare today.
Factors behind it
The main cause of scarlet fever is the bacteria streptococcus, which thrive in your nasal passages and mouth. The bacterial infection is transmitted when an infected person coughs or sneezes; later the airborne droplets end up affecting a healthy person in the vicinity. Scarlet fever is extremely contagious. Coming in contact with an infected person, and drinking or eating from an infected person’s glass or plate, can spread the infection.
Signs and symptoms
The bright red rash is the most obvious sign of this disease. The other common scarlet fever symptoms include:
- Fever that measures above 101 degree Fahrenheit
- A sore, red throat with yellow and white patches
- Swollen tonsils
- Flushed face
- Vomiting and nausea
- Enlarged glands on the back of your neck
- Skin around the lips turns pale
- Strawberry tongue (a white tongue with red spots dotting its surface)
The usual treatment for scarlet fever is antibiotics. The antibiotics assist your immune system fight the infection-causing bacteria. If your child is infected, make sure he/she finishes the entire antibiotics course. This will prevent a relapse of the infection. You can also use over-the-counter medicines such as ibuprofen or aspirin to treat the fever. Medication to treat a sore throat can also be prescribed by the doctor. Other easy remedies include:
- Gargling with salted water
- Drinking lots of water to prevent dehydration
- Consuming plenty of warm soup, ice cream or popsicles
- Using an air humidifier to reduce the pain and severity of a sore throat
Scarlet fever should be treated immediately. If you leave it untreated it might cause the following complications in the long run: