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Details for Dr. Juturu Rambabu
Institute of Alternative Medicines, UK
REIKI 1, II, III Levels
Open International Alternative Medicina, Sri Lanka
Diploma in Acupuncture
Open International Institute of Alternative Medicina, Colombo,Sri Lanka
MD in Acupuncture
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Open International University for Alternativa Medicina, Sri Lanka
P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka
ORION Academy,India
Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure
Naturals Unisex Spa and Academy
Diploma in Body Spa
Professional Memberships
ATAMA Acupuncture Association
8th International Conference on Acupuncture & Alternative Medicines 2015
Past Experience
Acupuncturist at Steiner Transocean,USA
Acupuncturist at Sant Nirankari Mission, CHENNAI,INDIA
Acupuncturist at CanyanRanch,USA
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  • REIKI 1, II, III Levels, Diploma in Acupuncture, MD in Acupuncture, P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka, Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure, Diploma in Body Spa
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  • Diploma in Body Spa, P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka, Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure, MD in Acupuncture, Diploma in Acupuncture, REIKI 1, II, III Levels
    Obesity is a condition where a person has accumulated so much body fat that it might have a negative effect on their health. If your body mass index (BMI) is between 25 and 29.9 you are considered overweight.

    1. Heart disease and stroke

    As your body mass index rises, so does your risk for coronary heart disease (CHD). Chd is a condition in which a waxy substance called plaque (plak) builds up inside the coronary arteries. These arteries supply oxygen-rich blood to your heart.

    Obesity also can lead to heart failure. This is a serious condition in which your heart can't pump enough blood to meet your body's needs.

    If you are overweight, try to lose some pounds, especially around your waist, to protect yourself from a heart attack or stroke.

    2. High cholesterol

    Researchers concluded that public health measures should be directed at the prevention of obesity in young adults since it increases the risk of excess cholesterol in the bloodstream.

    People who are overweight or obese are more likely to have high cholesterol. High cholesterol is a risk factor for stroke and heart disease, as well as diabetes.

    3. Type 2 diabetes

    People with type 2 diabetes make insulin, but their cells don't use it as well as they should. Doctors call this insulin resistance.

    People who are overweight or have obesity have added pressure on their body's ability to use insulin to properly control blood sugar levels and are therefore more likely to develop diabetes.

    4. High blood pressure

    Every time the heart beats, it pumps blood through the arteries to the rest of your body. A blood pressure of 120/80 mm hg is considered normal.

    If the top figure is consistently 140 or higher and the bottom figure is 90 or higher, then you suffer from high blood pressure.

    Being overweight and/or obese can cause high blood pressure in a variety of ways. When there is increased weight it takes more pressure to move the blood around the body.

    5. Sleep apnea

    The problem is no less serious for adults. An estimated 18 million Americans have sleep apnea, which is often associated with people who are overweight as the person gains weight, especially in the trunk and neck

    Being overweight or obese is one of the main risk factors for obstructive sleep apnea, but the connection doesn't stop there. Most sleep apnea patients carry at least a few extra pounds, and doctors stress diet and exercise as part of their treatment, but getting back to a healthy weight can be difficult.
  • Diploma in Body Spa, P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka, Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure, MD in Acupuncture, Diploma in Acupuncture, REIKI 1, II, III Levels
    Mostly pressure on the feet will affect the ankles. Pain in the ankles is sometimes unbearable. To relieve the stress and pain in the feet and the ankles try these simple pressure point techniques.

    Acupressure points at the wrist

    You will find this pressure point right in the middle of the wrist line. Place your thumb in the center of your wrist and apply pressure continuously for two minutes. This point will help in the reduction of ankle pain and other kinds of ankle problems. You need to follow this procedure every day and make sure you don't press this point too hard.

    Acupressure points on the inner side of the ankle

    This pressure point can be found on the inner side of the ankle. It will help to relieve swollen ankles, stiffness around the ankle and other kinds of ankle pain. Place your thumbs 1cm away from the ankle. You need to apply pressure with both the thumbs on both the pressure points simultaneously. Do this for 2 minutes every day for better results.

    Acupressure point at the outer ankle bone and Achilles tendon

    This pressure point will help to relieve thigh pain, lower back pain, rheumatism in the foot joints, swollen feet, and ankle pains. You need to place your thumb between the outer ankle bone and the Achilles tendon. Press this point for 5 minutes by releasing the pressure after 30 seconds. You will experience great relief by following this procedure at night every day. You can even try this twice or thrice every day to experience faster relief. Pressing this point with pressure will cause your muscles to relax. It will increase the blood flow in your feet. You need to repeat the same procedure with the other leg as well.

    Note: please view the images and practice acupressure point to get the maximum benefit.
  • Diploma in Body Spa, P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka, Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure, MD in Acupuncture, Diploma in Acupuncture, REIKI 1, II, III Levels
    Acupuncture is massively used in north America to treat a wide range of ailments, including pain conditions, headaches, infertility, digestive problems and arthritis. Usually, it can also help boost results from your day to day routine exercise.

    How does it work? acupuncture is a natural method to get to the root of the injury in the body by reducing inflammation locally.

    Acupuncture helps muscle and joint pain

    An interior designer who couldn't lift her arm above her shoulder six years ago. Now she has a full range of motion, she works out with a trainer and loves to cycle. 'it's like a miracle. I feel physically great all the time,' she says, 'i'm ripped.'

    'nobody likes needles, but they don't hurt at all. It's very relaxing,' she says. 'acupuncture does work, especially in combination with everything else.'

    2. Acupuncture brings muscle relaxation

    Positive results usually begin following the first acupuncture treatment, where muscles feel relaxed and movement tends to be less effortful and restricted. However, there may be some local muscle soreness for 24 to 48 hours.

    3. Acupuncture boosts speedy recovery of sports injuries

    Simple rest and relaxation will help you recoup from injury, but acupuncture will improve and speed the body's natural healing ability, low and high-frequency electrical stimulation often is applied to some or all of the needles to further boost treatment benefits.

    4. Acupuncture improves the results of training programs

    Au recommends having an acupuncture treatment right after a workout or other type of physical activity to promote your body's natural ability to recover.

    One of au's patients had acute knee pain following a weekend with golfing and jogging. Post acupuncture treatment, he was pain-free and immediately able to return to his regular daily activities, including jogging.

    5. Acupuncture boosts psychological well-being

    The needle point on the top of the head is known as gv-20, 'governing vessel 20,' au says. Many people call this point a 'happy point,' so it's a common location for acupuncture needle application. There are multiple other acupuncture points throughout the body that promote psychological well-being, feelings of calm and restoration and reduce anxiety and stress.

    A sense of wellbeing may also be attributed to other effects of acupuncture a more balanced nervous system, decreased blood pressure, stress relief, reduced mental fatigue and improved sleep' all good things to help you improve your fitness.
  • Diploma in Body Spa, P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka, Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure, MD in Acupuncture, Diploma in Acupuncture, REIKI 1, II, III Levels
    What is acupuncture?

    The theory of acupuncture is based on qi (pronounced chee), the vital force or energy of the human body. According to tcm, qi is circulated in all parts of the body via energy channels or pathways called meridians. This energy flow is more or less similar to the circulatory system and nervous system. In case, there is an interruption or blockage or imbalance in the flow of qi in the meridians, it causes pain and illness; correction of this flow restores the body to balance.

    What conditions acupuncture will help:

    Below is a list of disorders for which acupuncture is effective (according to the nih):

    Muscle, bone and nerve pain
    And diseases sprains / strains back pain leg pain foot pain stiff shoulders and neck lumbago sciatica tennis elbow carpal tunnel syndrome and painful joint TMJ; a toothache headache and migraines rheumatism; arthritis facial paralysis; bell's palsy fibromyalgia.

    Overall, the Chinese have mapped the presence of 361 acupoints in the major meridians. Below is a list of conditions and circumstances for which people commonly find acupuncture treatment to be effective.

    General: allergies, asthma, sinusitis, headaches, tmj, back pain, sciatica, musculoskeletal problems, insomnia, anxiety, dizziness, depression, high blood pressure, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, addictions, indigestion, constipation, sexual dysfunction, post-operative recovery, palliative care.
  • Diploma in Body Spa, P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka, Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure, MD in Acupuncture, Diploma in Acupuncture, REIKI 1, II, III Levels
    Why is acupuncture becoming more popular!

    Acupuncture is becoming more popular and economical treatment for various ailments because of no side effects?

    Objective of acupuncture

    The goal is to improve energy flow in the body, thus relieving pain and other symptoms, allowing people to sleep better and improve their quality of life.

    How it works:

    There are 12 principle meridians within the body, containing almost 400 acupuncture points.

    Patients rarely have any discomfort and uneasiness with needle insertion. Needles will remain in place for 15 to 45 minutes.

    While during a treatment, the acupuncturist may gently stimulate the needles manually, apply heat with a ceramic lamp at a safe distance, or attach low-frequency electrical stimulation.

    Conditions to be treated

    Acupuncture is presently used successfully for pain management, postoperative nausea, anxiety relief, drug addiction, insomnia and headaches, to name a few.

    Treatment cost:

    In USA and other countries, one treatment can cost from $100 to $200, and most insurance companies do not cover acupuncture. Coverage is slowly becoming more common in us and European countries.

    Whereas in India it is very cheap and affordable, one treatment cost from inr 200 to inr500 depending on the condition of the treatment,

    Acupuncture's effectiveness

    There is also a lack of definitive research on the effectiveness of acupuncture treatments. A recent NCCAM-funded study, for example, reported that acupuncture outperformed conventional medicine in relieving chronic back pain, but the same study also found that simulated acupuncture was just as effective as the real thing.

    Still, more than 3, 000 u. S. Physicians integrate acupuncture into their clinical practice, including James Gordon, MD, founder of the center for mind-body medicine and author of unstuck: your guide to the seven-stage journey out of depression. When he began studying acupuncture 40 years ago' acupuncture was considered at best a superstition 'Gordon recalls' now, it's increasingly being accepted as part of mainstream medicine'


    A 2007 survey by the federal government found that more than one-third of adults and nearly 12 percent of children in U. S. used alternative therapies, including acupuncture, chiropractic, homeopathy and herbal supplements
  • Diploma in Body Spa, P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka, Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure, MD in Acupuncture, Diploma in Acupuncture, REIKI 1, II, III Levels
    Can acupuncture really help sleep disorder and depression???


    In the area of sleep disorders, some complementary and alternative therapies used include supplements, relaxation and meditation,acupuncture, and exercise.

    Acupuncture may be of value in treating both of these conditions.


    Acupuncture is commonly used in treating insomnia and depression in China, and clinical studies have shown that acupuncture may have a beneficial effect on insomnia AND depression compared with Western medication.


    If someone is suffering from insomnia and depression it is highly likely that these are just a part of a much wider picture which probably contains a number of physical symptoms or dysfunctions, as well as mental and emotional components.

    A practitioner who practices Acupuncture will want to spend time looking at all aspects of the way someone is functioning to make the most accurate assessment of what is happening in the individual patient, and to gain a better understanding of how the problems have arisen.



    Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders, with a prevalence of 40% in adults. It is generally believed that 10%–15% of the adult population suffers from chronic insomnia, and an additional 25%–35% have transient or occasional insomnia.

    The symptoms of insomnia may be difficult falling asleep, sleep latency more than 30 minutes, or sleep efficiency less than 85%, which usually happened more than 4 nights a week and occurred at least 3 weeks. Patients with insomnia may feel tired, tense, lazy, or have delayed reactions, distraction, or headache. The serious consequence of insomnia can be mental illness, and the worst mental illness is schizophrenia.




    Depression is a state of low mood and aversion to activity that can affect a person's thoughts, behavior, feelings and sense of well-being.[1][2] People with a depressed mood can feel sad, anxious, empty, hopeless, helpless,worthless, guilty, irritable, ashamed or restless. They may lose interest in activities that were once pleasurable, experience loss of appetite or overeating, have problems concentrating, remembering details or making decisions, and may contemplate, attempt or commit suicide. Insomnia, excessive sleeping, fatigue, aches, pains, digestive problems or reduced energy may also be present.[3] Depressed mood is a feature of some psychiatric syndromes such as major depressive disorder,[2] but it may also be a normal reaction to life events such as bereavement, a symptom of some bodily ailments or a side effect of some drugs and medical treatments.

    Acupuncture has been around since 5000 years for a simple reason "it simply works" and always works on cumulative basis.  If you would like to discuss more, you can line up a private consultation, so that we discuss in length and I can be of more help to you.




  • Diploma in Body Spa, P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka, Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure, MD in Acupuncture, Diploma in Acupuncture, REIKI 1, II, III Levels
    Acupuncture is a complementary medical practice that entails stimulating certain points on the body, most often with a needle penetrating the skin, to alleviate pain or to help treat various health conditions.

    Modern Views

    Modern studies have revealed that acupuncture stimulates one or more of the signaling systems, which can, under certain circumstances, increase the rate of healing response. This may be sufficient to cure a disease, or it might only reduce its impact (alleviate some symptoms). These findings can explain most of the clinical effects of acupuncture therapy.

    Eastern Explanation:

    The Eastern Explanation for how Acupunctures works is that the life energy flowing through the body which is termed Qi (pronounced chee) can be influenced and balanced by stimulating specific points on the body. These points are located along channels of energy known as meridians that connect all of our major organs. According to Chinese medical theory, illness arises when the cyclical flow of Qi in the meridians becomes unbalanced or is blocked. 
    Western Explanation: 
    Definition of Acupuncture

    Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific points located near or on the surface of the skin which have the ability to alter various biochemical and physiological conditions in order to achieve the desired effect. 


    In ancient times, the number of acupuncture points was established to be the same as the number of days in the year: 365. These points were mapped to 14 major meridian lines, one meridian for each of the 12 inner organs, one meridian along the spine (called the governing vessel), and another along the midline of the abdomen (called the conception vessel). More recently, the number of points identified by acupuncturists has exploded. There are extra meridians (some of them outlined in ancient times, others modern) with their own sets of points, there are special points (off meridians), and there are complete mappings of body structures and functions by points along the outer ears, on the nose, in the scalp, on the hands, on the feet, and at the wrists and ankles. Despite the growing number of treatment zones, most acupuncturists still utilize the traditionally-identified points on the 14 main meridians. On each meridian there are a small number of points used repeatedly, because of their versatility, for a wide variety of patients and diseases. One such point on each major meridian is mentioned below, sometimes with a second point also briefly described, for a total of 21. It is important to recognize that although a list of disorders and diseases treated by each point can be given, sometimes the points are selected entirely or primarily on the basis of the Chinese theory of balancing the flow in the meridians, so that the point might be used for other kinds of disorders, aside from those listed, because of its usefulness in this balancing process. For points not on the central line of the body, each point has a left and right side reflected location (the point is counted only once for enumeration purposes). For each point in this presentation, the name of the meridian, the number of the point, the number of standard points on the meridian, its designation by one of the number-based classification systems (two letters and the point number), and the Chinese name are given.

    Large Intestine Meridian, point #4 of 20: LI4, Hegu

    This point is located on the back side of the hand between the thumb and first finger. The dominant uses are to relieve pain and to treat constipation or other bowel disorders. However, this point is also utilized in the treatment of inflammatory and feverish diseases which have symptoms in the throat and head, because the large intestine meridian runs from the hand to the face. Another key point on this meridian is LI11 (Quchi), located at the elbow. It is used for many upper body disorders, such as sore throat, eye pain, lymphatic swellings, rashes, and difficulty moving the arms, and for intestinal disorders, such as diarrhea and intestinal cramping.

    Lung Meridian, point #7 of 11: LU7, Lieque

    This point is located above the wrist on the inside of the arm. It is used to treat several disorders of the upper body, including headache, neck stiffness, cough, asthma, sore throat, facial paralysis, and wrist problems.

    Stomach Meridian, point #36 of 45: ST36, Zusanli

    This point is located on the front of the leg, just below the knee. It is helpful for digestive disorders, including nausea, vomiting, gastralgia, and abdominal distention, and also for general weakness. Recently, numerous clinical trials have been conducted with treatment of this point alone, demonstrating positive effects in treating anemia, immune deficiency, fatigue, and numerous diseases.

    Spleen Meridian, point #6 of 21: SP6, Sanyinjiao

    This point is located on the inner side of the leg just above the ankle. Although it is on the spleen meridian, which generally influences the digestive system, this point is also valuable for treating hormonal disorders (irregular menstruation, impotence) and immune disorders. Another key point on this meridian is SP9 (Yinlingquan), located just below the knee. It is used in the treatment of urinary diseases, especially with fluid retention, abdominal and back pain, and female reproductive system disorders.

    Gallbladder Meridian, point #20 of 44: GB20, Fengchi

    This point is located at the base of the skull where it joins the neck in back. It used in the treatment of acute disorders, such as common cold, influenza, headache, neck pain, and fever. In addition, it lowers blood pressure and relaxes tension in the area of the eyes. Another key point on this meridian is GB34 (Yanglingquan), located on the outer side of the knee, and used for treating a wide range of injuries and disorders of the muscles and tendons.

    Liver Meridian, point #3 of 14: LV3, Taichong

    The point is located on the top of the foot, between the first and second toes. It is used to balance emotional energy, to regulate menstruation, to reduce tension and pain in the chest, treat eye disorders, alleviate headaches, and reduce high blood pressure. The adjacent point in the meridian, LV2 (Xingjian), at the webbing between the toes, is also considered quite important and is frequently needled along with LV3; it has similar uses, but is also incorporated into the treatment of lower abdominal disorders, such as urinary problems.

    Pericardium Meridian, point #6 of 9: PC6, Neiguan

    This point is located on the inner arm, just above the wrist. Like other points on this meridian, it is useful for cardiac disorders, such as heart palpitation and angina pectoris. It is also useful for nausea, vomiting, spasms, and convulsions.

    Heart Meridian, point #7 of 9: HT7, Shenmen

    This point is located on the outer side of the wrist. It is used in the treatment of a variety of mental disorders, such as absent mindedness, insomnia, disturbing dreams, hysteria, depression, agitation, and mental illness. It is also used in the treatment of heart disease and fatigue.

    Urinary Bladder Meridian, point #40 of 67: BL40, Weizhong

    This point is located at the back of the knee. It is utilized in the treatment of back pain, hip impairment, muscular atrophy, leg pain and immobility, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and a host of other symptoms. Another important point on the bladder meridian is BL23 (Shenshu), in the lumbar area (hip level) near the spine; it is used in treatment of a wide range of disorders, including urinary problems, impotence, menstrual disorders, low back pain, knee weakness, dizziness, ringing in the ears, blurred vision, edema, asthma, and diarrhea. A large section of the bladder meridian is of importance because, as it flows along either side of the spine (in two parallel lines on each side), it associates with the internal organs in the vicinity.

    Kidney Meridian, point #3 of 27: KI3, Taixi

    This point is located just behind the inner ankle. It is used for disorders in several areas of the body, including sore throat and toothache, deafness and tinnitus, dizziness, asthma, thirst, insomnia, impotence, frequency urination, pain in the lower back, and menstrual irregularities.

    Triple Burner Meridian, point #5 of 23: TB5, Waiguan

    The triple burner is considered to be a special type of organ system that spans the entire torso. This point on the meridian is located on the outer side of the arm, above the wrist. It is mainly used in treatment of disorders along the pathway of this meridian, that is, of the fingers, hand, arms, neck, ears, cheek, and top of the head.

    Small Intestine Meridian, point #3 of 19: SI3, Houxi

    This point is located on the side of the hand, below the little finger. It is used for treating mental disorders, stiffness and pain in the neck, chest, and lumbar region, seizures, night sweats, and fevers.

    Governing Vessel, point #20 of 28: GV20, Baihui

    This point is located at the top of the head. It is traditionally applied in the treatment of various mental disorders, and for problems that occur in the head: headache, vertigo, ringing in the ears, nasal obstruction, difficulty with speech, etc. It is also used to treat prolapse, such as that of the rectum and uterus. Another key point on this meridian is GV14 (Dazhui), located just below the seventh cervical vertebrae (shoulder level); it is used for treating neck and upper back problems, feverish diseases, convulsions, cough, asthma, and common cold.

    Conception Vessel, point #4 of 24: CV4, Guanyuan

    This point is located a little below the navel. It is used for all types of lower abdominal disorders, including urination problems, hernia, menstrual disorders, gynecological infections, postpartum bleeding, diarrhea, rectal prolapse, etc. Another important point on this vessel is CV6 (Qihai), half way between CV4 and the navel. The applications are similar, but it is especially used in cases of accompanying fatigue.

    Some of the physiological effects observed throughout the body include increased circulation, decreased inflammation, relief from pain, relief of muscle spasms and increased T-cell count which stimulates the immune system. 

    What problems are commonly treated with Acupuncture?
    The most common ailments presented to an acupuncturist tend to be pain related conditions. For example; arthritis, back, neck, knee and shoulder pain, carpal tunnel syndrome and sciatica. 

    Traditional Chinese Medicine is a complete medical system that is capable of diagnosing and successfully treating a wide range of conditions including:

    (This is by no means a complete list of what Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine can treat.)
    Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat Disorders

    Sore Throat
    Hay Fever
    Nerve Deafness
    Ringing in the Ears
    Poor Eyesight

    Circulatory Disorders

    High Blood Pressure
    Angina Pectoris

    Gastrointestinal Disorders

    Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    Spastic colon
    Food Allergies
    Abdominal Bloating

    Gynecological / Genitourinary Disorders

    Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
    Irregular, Heavy or Painful Menstruation
    Chronic Bladder Infection
    Complications in Pregnancy
    Morning Sickness
    Kidney Stones
    Infertility in Men and Women
    Sexual Dysfunction

    Immune Disorders

    Chronic Fatigue
    HIV and AIDS
    Epstein Barr Virus


    Smoking Cessation

    Emotional and Psychological Disorders


    Musculoskeletal and Neurological Disorders

    Back Pain
    Stiff Neck
    Bell's Palsy
    Trigeminal Neuralgia
    Headaches and Migraines
    Cerebral Palsy
    Muscle Spasms

    Respiratory Disorders

    Colds and Flus

    Acupuncture Also Treats

    Chemotherapy/Radiation Side Effects
    Dermatological Disorders
    Weight Control

  • Diploma in Body Spa, P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka, Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure, MD in Acupuncture, Diploma in Acupuncture, REIKI 1, II, III Levels
    Please don't drink water before meals. As this can fill your stomach and make it harder to get in enough calories.
    Eat more often. Like intervals.
    Drink milk. As a daily practice.
    Try weight gainer shakes. Etc
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    Add cream to your coffee.
    Take creatine.
    Get quality sleep. At least 8 hours is a must.
    Work out your entire body.
    Last but not the least believe in yourself.
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    hello please take acupuncture which is no side effects theraphy
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    Hello Meena, Here is the tip for your problem... Deep Treatment with Coconut Oil Massage organic unrefined coconut oil through your dry hair. ... Wash your hair with warm water, then wrap your hair in a shower cap or towel to help contain it. Keep it like that for at least thirty minutes. Rinse your hair, then shampoo and condition like normal.
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    Hello lybrate-user hope the following useful. Rest and protect an injured or sore area. Stop, change, or take a break from any activity that may be causing your pain or soreness. When resting, place a small pillow under your knee. Ice will reduce pain and swelling. Apply ice or cold packs immediately to prevent or minimize swelling. Apply the ice or cold pack for 10 to 20 minutes, 3 or more times a day.
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    Hello the main reason why hair gel application can be harmful to one's hair is because of the ingredients. Hair gels generally contain a lot of chemicals that can not only damage your hair but your scalp too.
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    Hello there are ere are surgical corrections and exercises to help treat and correct the bow legs, once you know why the condition exists. A blood test can be performed to rule out a blood disorder such as rickets being the cause. If it is a bone alignment issue than you may be able to correct through bow legs correction exercises. Most people assume the only way to straighten bow legs is by having surgery. We've already established that surgery is both risky and expensive to straighten your bowlegs or knock-knees. There are many serious risks posed, such as removing, breaking and straightening certain bones bone infection nerve damage metal clamps on your legs unsightly scarring.
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    answered 3 months ago
    Hi lybrate-user Here are some tips to help you stay active all year round and get rid of present ailments. Make getting fit enjoyable. Pick an activity (or range of activities) that appeals to you, since you’re more likely to keep to an exercise plan if you like it. Choose activities that suit your lifestyle. Consider your budget, physical abilities and amount of free time. Check out local exercise options. Opportunities to be active in your neighbourhood may include leisure centres, sports clubs, parks, walking trails, swimming pools or exercise classes. Make exercise a social event. Find a friend or family member to be active with so you can motivate and reward each other, or make some new friends through a class or club. Plan ahead for bad weather. Head to your local swimming pool or gym to exercise indoors. Keep some exercise equipment at home. Options include exercise DVDs, a stationary bike, skipping rope or fitness ball. Have fun getting physical. Go dancing, fly a kite, throw a frisbee or swim in the sea – you’re not limited to sports and structured exercise programs. Get active around the house. Housework, washing the dog and gardening are all physical activities that burn calories and help keep you fit. Look for incidental ways to move your body every day. For example, walk or cycle to the local shops, instead of driving the car. Use the stairs instead of the lift or escalator. Involve the whole family in keeping fit. Arrange for outings that are physically active, such as walking the dog, rowing or hiking.
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    Hello lybrate-user, Thanks for writing to Lybrate. I think you are undergoing slow metabolism, which you need to correct first. I give below tips for improving metabolism. 7 am: Get outside Wake up, sunshine! Getting exposure to light in the morning will not only help you wake up, but may help keep you slim, suggests research from Northwestern University. Happily, bright light (the sun is the best) sets your body clock, a key player in regulating every system of your body, including a speedy—or sluggish—metabolism.
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    Hello lybrate-user, thank you for writing to lybrate. Please find the clarification. It's probably better to just grab an apple. A bottle of juice can be a more portable source of vitamins than, say, a half-eaten banana. But whenever both are viable options, pick the fruit. The fiber will fill you up, the nutrients are intact, and it still tastes like nature's candy please feel free to speak to me or write to me.
  • Dr. Juturu Rambabu
    answered 4 months ago
    Hello lybrate-user Top 10 Home Remedies Home » Home Remedies » Home Remedies for Cervical Spondylosis Home Remedies for Cervical Spondylosis Prev post1 of 3Next Cervical spondylosis, also known as cervical osteoarthritis and neck arthritis, is a very common age-related condition that affects the joints in the neck. It occurs because of wear and tear of the cartilage, tissues and bones of the cervical spine. These changes may include dehydrated discs, herniated discs, bone spurs and stiff ligaments. Apart from age, other risk factors for cervical spondylosis include occupations that may cause more stress on your neck, certain neck injuries, incorrect posture while sitting or walking, smoking, being overweight, a sedentary lifestyle and genetic factors. Cervical spondylosis does not cause noticeable symptoms for most people. However, some may experience neck pain, mild and chronic pain around the shoulder blades, stiffness in the neck, muscle weakness, headaches, pain along the arms and in the fingers, and a tingling sensation on the shoulders and arms. At times, one may also have symptoms like loss of balance. Most people above age 65 suffer from some degree of cervical spondylosis. Fortunately, with the help of certain medications, simple lifestyle changes and some simple home remedies, you can control the symptoms and lead a pain-free life. Follow the remedies daily until you recover completely. Home remedies for cervical spondylosis Here are the top 10 home remedies for cervical spondylosis. 1. Regular Exercise Cervical Spondylosis exercise One of the major causes of cervical spondylosis is lack of regular exercise. Therefore, you can reduce pain and stiffness around your neck and shoulders by incorporating regular physical exercise into your lifestyle. Rotate your head in both clockwise and counter-clockwise directions, and nod the neck side to side from one shoulder to the other. Do this for 10 minutes 2 or 3 times daily. This will help the pain in your neck from getting severe. You can even rotate your arms in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions, and fold and unfold your fists at regular intervals to control pain. Also, do low-impact aerobic exercises like swimming or brisk walking for 30 minutes at least 5 times a week. You can also enjoy cycling on a regular basis. However, make sure to keep your back straight while cycling. Note: If the pain becomes severe while doing any kind of exercise, stop doing it and consult your doctor. 2. Hot and Cold Compresses Another easy way to deal with neck pain due to cervical spondylosis is alternating hot and cold compresses on the affected area. Hot compresses will improve blood circulation and relax sore muscles. Cold compresses will reduce swelling and inflammation. To make the hot compress, wrap a hot water bag in a thin towel. To make the cold compress, wrap a few ice cubes in a thin towel. Place the hot compress on the affected area for 2 to 3 minutes. Remove it and apply the cold compress for 1 minute. Repeat the process for 15 to 20 minutes. Follow this simple remedy a few times daily until you get relief. Note: Do not apply hot compresses if the affected area is red and irritated. Avoid cold compresses if you have circulatory problems. 3. Epsom Salt Bath Taking an Epsom salt bath on a regular basis is another good remedy to ease symptoms related to cervical spondylosis. The magnesium in Epsom salt regulates the pH levels in the body, in turn reducing stiffness, inflammation and pain in the neck and shoulders. Mix a little water in 1 to 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt to make a thick paste. Apply it on the affected area for 15 to 20 minutes to get soothing comfort. Do this every other day. Alternatively, add 2 cups of Epsom salt to a warm bath. Soak in it for 15 to 20 minutes. Enjoy this relaxing bath 2 or 3 times a week. Note: Those who have kidney problems, heart problems or diabetes must not use this remedy. 4. Garlic Garlic gives good results when it comes to cervical spondylosis symptoms. Its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties help treat pain, swelling and inflammation in the neck and surrounding areas. Eat a couple of raw garlic buds on an empty stomach each morning with water. You can also take garlic capsules but only after consulting your doctor. Another option is to heat 2 to 3 crushed garlic cloves in a pan with some vegetable oil. Allow it to cool, then use it to massage the painful area for 5 to 10 minutes. Follow this with a warm bath. Do this 2 times daily. Continue either of these remedies daily until you recover completely. Turmeric Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric is another popular remedy for cervical spondylosis. In addition, turmeric increases blood circulation, which helps reduce muscle stiffness and pain. Mix 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder in a glass of milk. Heat it on low heat for 5 minutes. Allow it to cool, then add a little honey. Drink it 2 times daily. Alternatively, take turmeric capsules 3 times daily. Consult your doctor for the correct dosage.
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  • Dr. Juturu Rambabu
    answered 4 months ago
    Hello lybrate-user pull your toes towards yourself and hold for 20-30 seconds. If you can't hold your toe try to reach it, and bend as much as you can. You can also use a band or piece of cloth to wrap around the toe and pull while bending. This helps stretch out the calf muscles and quads, and helps in relieve a cramp. Also please do relax for two to three days without givibg much stress to your legs. Also please do the following. Cold compresses when leg pain occurs after strenuous physical activity, you can simply apply cold compresses. This will help reduce the pain by numbing the affected area and control swelling and inflammation. Cold compress for leg pain-600 wrap a few ice cubes (or a bag of frozen peas) in a thin towel. Apply this pack on the affected area for 10 to 15 minutes, while keeping the leg (s) elevated. Do this a few times a day.
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  • Dr. Juturu Rambabu
    answered 4 months ago
    Hello lybrate-user, I give below home remedy for your issue. Make Hair Tonic with Coconut Oil-Curry Leaves Curry leaves not only grant great aroma and taste to your dishes but also brings back lost pigments to your hair. These leaves are nature’s gift having certain pigment that can retain your original hair color. So include curry leaves in your diet. Use them to temper your gravies, boil them in water and have as tea, grind them to mix with buttermilk or curd and have tasty treats. Here is one recipe to make an excellent hair tonic with curry leaves. Make it and store for daily use. You will need: • Coconut Oil- 100 ml • Curry Leaves- a handful of them; you may also increase the amount. Directions: • Mix curry leaves with coconut oil. • Boil them together. • If it’s winter, your coconut oil will be in solid state. So, first heat it to melt and then add curry leaves to boil them. • When the leaves turn black, put off the flame. • Strain the oil and store in an air tight container. Apply this oil to your hair daily at night and massage your scalp (only scalp) with fingers gently. Massage for about 15-20 minutes. Leave it overnight and wash off your hair the next morning. Use this oil for at least 3 months to get results. Interesting fact: British actress Anna Friel drinks tea made of curry leaves everyday to preserve the natural colour of her hair. She boils the leaves in water and drinks the hot beverage after she noticed two strands of gray hair post her illness recently Please follow the suggesgtion and let me know how you are doing.
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  • Dr. Juturu Rambabu
    answered 4 months ago
    Hello lybrate-user here are few tips for weight gain. How to gain weight: increase protein intake never let your protein intake go lower than 1g/lb of body weight when you are aiming to add long-term muscle. It's the building block of muscle, and your body is going to be starving for it. How to gain weight: foods that help you gain weight whole eggs: it is economical and loaded with protein, vitamins a, d, e and good cholesterol. Butter: butter is linked with long term weight gain. Intake of butter should be in moderation, as regular consumption of butter is bad for your heart. Tuna: the vital fatty acids in tuna contain a host of healthy fats, which not only aid in weight gain but also help in maintaining physical well-being. Natural fruit juice: a healthy and nutritious way to gain some pounds, sip 100-per cent fruit juice that's full of sugar and added nutrients. Whole wheat bread: you can eat healthy and pack on pounds at the same time by eating whole wheat bread which accounts for approximately 69 calories per slice. How to gain weight: food rich in good calories peanut butter - spread - soft, salty peanut butter on bread. It gives you approximately 192 calories plus it is extra high in protein.
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  • Dr. Juturu Rambabu
    answered 4 months ago
    Hello lybrate-user thank you for writing to lybrate. I give below few foods you can use. Coconut milk aloe vera neem (indian lilac) amla (indian gooseberry) greek yogurt methi (fenugreek) licorice root beetroot onion juice chinese hibiscus green tea coconut oil massage egg white mask potatoes lemon juice coriander juice I also give few tips to control hair fall. 1. Hot oil treatments: take any natural oil - olive, coconut, canola - and heat it up so that it is warm, but not too hot. Massage it gently into your scalp. Put on a shower cap and leave it on for an hour, then shampoo your hair. 2. Natural juices: you can rub your scalp with either garlic juice, onion juice or ginger juice. Leave it on overnight and wash it thoroughly in the morning. 3. Get a head massage: massaging your scalp for a few minutes daily will help stimulate circulation. Good circulation in the scalp keeps hair follicles active. Circulation may be improved through massage by using a few drops of lavender or bay essential oil in an almond or sesame oil base. 4. Antioxidants: apply warm green tea (two bags brewed in one cup of water) on your scalp and leave this mixture on for an hour and then rinse. Green tea contains antioxidants which prevent hair loss and boost hair growth. 5. Practice meditation: believe it or not, most of the times, the root cause for hair loss is stress and tension. Meditation can help in reducing that and restore hormonal balance. Hope the above informayion helps you.
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  • Dr. Juturu Rambabu
    answered 4 months ago
    Hello lybrate-user please find some tips for you. Here are 10 more tips to gain weight: don't drink water before meals. This can fill your stomach and make it harder to get in enough calories. Eat more often. Drink milk. Try weight gainer shakes. Use bigger plates. Add cream to your coffee. Take creatine.
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  • Dr. Juturu Rambabu
    answered 4 months ago
    Hello lybrate-user, Thank you for writing to Lybrate. Sometimes babys do not put weight due to various reasons. I suggest the following. Foods like potato, pumpkin, sweet potato, dal, ghee, ragi, almonds, yogurt, eggs and milk help the baby to gain weight. Please take a pediatricians’ suggestion before you start any of these foods. As always follow a 3 day test rule.
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  • Dr. Juturu Rambabu
    answered 4 months ago
    Hello, thank you for writing to lybrate. As I see your tired is because of low metabalism. If you go to gym or work out daily 20 mts. You will be out of tiredness. Regarding your frequent urination here are tips to stop frequent urination naturally drink water wisely. One of the most common reasons for urinating frequently is excessive intake of fluids. Reduce alcohol and caffeine. Eliminate artificial sweeteners. Maintain weight. Record the symptoms. Double-void before bed. Change the diet hope the above is clear yo you.
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