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I am 33 and have a back problem had an accident in 2006 had injured my back but now some time have a tremendous pain near hip and backbone joint the pain is unbearable. When I sleep saliva comes out of mouth while sleeping. I had some infection problem with my appendix which after being admit was taken care but sometime I have pain at the same point in my stomach which is unbareable. Kindly suggest.
Drink a glass of water or a cup of herbal tea before each meal or two just in case.
Count calories. Dieting for weight loss comes down to simple addition — you have to burn more calories than you're taking in. Figure out the calories in the items you regularly eat, and add it up at the end of each day; or, download a food tracking app and be sure to enter what you've eaten after each meal
Eat foods that take a while to digest. Eating items that take longer to break down will help you feel full for longer, as well as keeping your metabolism busy. Focus on foods that are high in fiber, such as
Certain fruits (including raspberries, pears and apples)
Vegetables (including peas, artichokes and broccoli)
Nuts and legumes (such as beans, almonds and lentils)
Grains (like whole-wheat spaghetti, bran flakes and barley)
4)Take smaller bites. When you're eating, try to avoid putting large bites into your mouth. Instead, divide your meal into more morsels. This forces you to eat more slowly, which in turn can stretch out your meal and make it easier for you to identify when you're full.
Contrary to a popular misconception, you won't lose more weight if you skip this meal. In fact, studies indicate that eating breakfast jump starts your metabolism and gets it working for the day.Giving your metabolism something to do first thing in the morning gets it burning calories. When you don't eat for long periods of time, your body functions as if you're fasting because food is scarce, and accordingly burns less energy.
Eat something that contains fiber or protein. It takes longer to break down these foods than it takes to burn sugary foods with lots of carbohydrates. Try foods like fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, and peanut butter.
Eat at regular intervals.
If you can, try to have your meals around the same time each day. Eating on a regular schedule helps your body settle into a pattern that allows it to burn the right amount of calories. If your eating habits are unpredictable or you're prone to skipping meals, your body will tend to hang onto calories for an emergency.
A regular food schedule can also help you mentally control your eating. If you have a set mealtime to look forward to, you can give yourself an exact timetable for delaying gratification.
Don't eat in front of the TV or computer.
If eating while you watch television or computer, you might find that you're not mentally engaged in eating. Instead, turn off the tube and try to savor each bite as you take it. When you're hungry later, you'll be able to remember eating more clearly.
Control stress eating. Stress and anxiety can lead cause weight gain because often people will eat their feelings. Eating when you're not actually hungry adds a ton of unnecessary calories to your diet that can easily be cut out by relieving stress
Find another outlet. Instead of eating for comfort, do something like meditating, exercising, playing a musical instrument, or reading.
Get enough sleep. Sleep deprivation can lead to feeling more stressed and, accordingly, hungrier during the day. Aim for at least seven hours a night.
Clear your mind before you eat. Take a few deep breaths and slow your heart rate before you eat. Chew slowly, and and take a few breaths between bites.
Avoid eating late at night.
Because your body doesn't burn a lot of calories while you're asleep, you're more likely to hang onto whatever you eat before bed. Try these tips for fighting off the nighttime munchies:
Set a deadline. It should be at least two hours before you go to bed, if not three. Once you've settled on it, consider it the point of no return — if you want a snack, it has to be before 8:00.
Drink herbal tea instead. If you can't get by without doing something, brew a cup of herbal tea and sip it slowly before you go to bed. It should have very few calories (if any), and it will help your stomach feel full.
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I am 26 year male,My problem is I am not able to sleep properly during night. I usually try to sleep late in the night but I don't get to sleep properly. There is something always running in my mind whether it is about money or work or about the family or the environment. I need some good solution to sleep. Thanks
I am 43 years female. My monthly periods occurs 1's in 2 months and bleeding will continue for 15 days. I have a tinny fibroid in my uterus and I does my scanning 1's in 6 month to know whether it is growing. My doctor told me that now the size of fibroid is too small to see with the eyes and no problem with it. My periods start when I was 12 yrs old. Is the delay in my period is due to any problem. I have 1 daughter who is 15 yrs. Pls respond. Thanks.
Hi, I'm 26 years old. Mere last periods may last me hue to jo k June first tak the uske baad se meri dates nhi aayi. maine pregnancy test bhi kiya. Its negative or ek meprate naam ki dwa bhi li last five days tak but nothing happened. Kindly help me with this.
Sir I am suffering from pigmentation since 4 years and before this my face is spotless. If I exposed to sun my face will become dark on cheeks where the pigmentation marks. Now I am using sunscreen lotion. About my pigmentation marks I am using tuvarakalepana n curd. Now it became lighter. But I want my face back spotless. Is it possible in ayurveda. Give solution. thanks.
I am 26 years old. I have skin itches, rashes among hand fingers, it look like black. My body very heat how would I become normal. Thanking you sir.
Eating well is one of the secrets to a long and healthy life. To be able to sustain yourself in the long run, without falling prey to life threatening diseases and degeneration of the body and its functionality, one must invest well in nutrition. So how can you eat to live forever and sustain a healthy eating habit? Here are a few elements that you should add to your diet - pronto!
- Omega-3: Fish and nuts have the maximum omega three fatty acids, which are known as an anti-aging ingredient that everyone must add to their daily diet. Have a helping of baked or grilled fish for dinner with a smattering of green vegetables and carry dry fruit or nuts wherever you go to get a dose of omega three every time you are hungry for a quick snack. Raisins, walnuts and flaxseed are also great sources of this element.
- Fibre: Get a good dose of digestive fibres with each meal and every time you snack. These fibres collect all the toxins and flush them out of the system which can prevent a host of disease from GERD to acidity and even cancer. It is also a well-known ingredient that helps you maintain a steady blood sugar level. Lentils, legumes, barley, fruits and berries, in particular, are all great sources of fibre.
- Go Slow: Doing it in slow motion is the key to longevity - chewing, swallowing and savouring, that is. Studies have shown that many centenarians are in the habit of eating a low calorie diet really slowly so that they feel full faster. This practice is especially prevalent in the Far East. So, take time out for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Learn how to enjoy your own company and get used to eating slowly.
- Healthy Fats: Did you even know that there is such a thing as healthy fats? Well, now you do. So get a load of healthy fats that can be found in pistachios, almonds, olive oil and other such ingredients which can actually help in combating the build-up of excessive blood lipids which can lead to high cholesterol and even diabetes.
- Protein: Take in a serving of protein every single day. Not only will it give you energy, but it will also help in building good bone and muscle strength which will keep you active longer. This ingredient can also ensure that there is less cellular damage as you grow older, which eliminates pesky problems like weak knees and fractures. Eggs, fat free milk and other such ingredients contain good protein.
So pile the above ingredients high to enjoy a long and healthy life!