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    Autism is defined as a neurobiological pervasive development disorder that includes lack of social skills and inability to reciprocate to social interactions. The patient may also have intellectual and cognitive deficits and problems in communication (verbal as well as non-verbal).

    Conventional medicine is mostly used to treat some of the symptoms but is never used to cure or provide remedies for autism. A proper professional homeopath will be able to guide you to get the best results for your child and reduce all the problems of autism, if not outright cure it.

    Some of the medications that could be used to treat autism are as follows:

    1. Cuprum Metallicum - This works wonders when the child is being very obsessive, angry and is inflexible, tense and is very aggressive towards their parents. Some of these children may even exhibit malicious behaviors and are usually averse to touch or being approached.

    2. Androctonus - A child or a patient who tends to swing wildly from a stable good mood to a destructive mode can be calmed down or evened out by Androctonus. These children also exhibit behaviors of suspiciousness and quickness to act on their compulsion.

    3. Carcinosin - This is very helpful in children affected by autism who are talented, but are obsessive, compulsive, stubborn and also have sleep related issues. These children may also have addictive disorders.

    4. Agaricus - This medication is very good for children who may be mentally and physically awkward and show symptoms like indifference, muttering, talking, shouting or singing but not answering to direct calls or questions. Agaricus is very effective for children who suffer from involuntary jerking when they are awake.

    5. Helleborus - This is a very effective medication when the child is slow and under active and seems to be depressed most of the time. Some of these children may also have muscular weakness and helleborus is very effective in treating them. These are only a few examples of how homeopathy can provide remedies for your autistic child and thus is an effective solution.
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    Social Anxiety Disorder also called social phobia, is an anxiety disorder in which a person has an excessive and unreasonable fear of social situations.
    Anxiety (intense nervousness) and self-consciousness arise from a fear of being closely watched, judged, and criticized by others.

    A person with social anxiety disorder is afraid that he or she will make mistakes, look bad, and be embarrassed or humiliated in front of others. The fear may be made worse by a lack of social skills or experience in social situations. The anxiety can build into a panic attack. As a result of the fear,the person endures certain social situations in extreme distress or may avoid them altogether. In addition, people with social anxiety disorder often
    suffer "anticipatory" anxiety -- the fear of a situation before it even happens -- for days or weeks before the event. In many cases, the person is aware that the fear is unreasonable, yet is unable to overcome it.

    People with social anxiety disorder suffer from distorted thinking, including false beliefs about social situations and the negative opinions of others.
    Without treatment, social anxiety disorder can negatively interfere with the person's normal daily routine, including school, work, social activities,and relationships.

    People with social anxiety disorder may be afraid of a specific situation, such as speaking in public. However, most people with social anxiety disorder fear more than one social situation. Other situations that commonly provoke anxiety include:

    Eating or drinking in front of others
    Writing or working in front of others
    Being the center of attention
    Interacting with people, including dating or going to parties
    Asking questions or giving reports in groups
    Using public toilets
    Talking on the telephone
    Social anxiety disorder may be linked to other mental illnesses, such as panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and depression. In fact, many
    people with social anxiety disorder initially see the doctor with complaints related to these disorders, not because of social anxiety symptoms.

    Symptoms of Social Anxiety Disorder:
    Many people with social anxiety disorder feel that there is "something wrong," but don't recognize their feeling as a sign of illness. Symptoms of social anxiety disorder can include:

    Intense anxiety in social situations
    Avoidance of social situations
    Physical symptoms of anxiety, including confusion, pounding heart, sweating, shaking, blushing, muscle tension, upset stomach, and diarrhea
    Children with this disorder may express their anxiety by crying, clinging to a parent, or throwing a tantrum.

    Causes Social Anxiety Disorder:
    There is no single known cause of social anxiety disorder, but research suggests that biological, psychological, and environmental factors may play a role in its development.

    Biological: Social anxiety disorder is currently thought to be related to abnormal functioning of brain circuits that regulate emotion and the "fight or flight" response center in the brain. Genetic factors may also contribute because social anxiety may be somewhat more likely to occur when it is
    also present in a first-degree relative (parent, sibling, or child).
    Psychological: The development of social anxiety disorder may stem from embarrassing or humiliating social experiences in the past, such as being bullied or neglected by peers.
    Environmental: People with social anxiety disorder may develop their fear from observing the behavior of others or seeing what happened to someone else as the result of their behavior (such as being laughed at or made fun of). Further, children who are sheltered or overprotected by their
    parents may not learn good social skills as part of their normal development.

    Diagnosis of Social Anxiety Disorder:
    If symptoms of social anxiety disorder are present, the doctor will begin an evaluation by asking questions about your medical history and performing a physical exam. Although there are no lab tests to specifically diagnose social anxiety disorder, the doctor may use various tests to make sure that
    a physical illness isn't the cause of the symptoms.

    If no physical illness is found, you may be referred to a psychiatrist, psychologist, or other mental health professionals who are specially trained to diagnose and treat mental illnesses. Psychiatrists and psychologists use specially designed interview and assessment tools to evaluate a person for
    an anxiety disorder. The doctor bases his or her diagnosis of social anxiety disorder on reports of the intensity and duration of symptoms, including any problems with functioning caused by the symptoms. The doctor then determines if the symptoms and degree of dysfunction indicate a social anxiety disorder.

    For social anxiety disorder, the most effective treatment currently available is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Medication may also be used to help ease the symptoms of social anxiety disorder so that CBT is more effective. Drugs may also be used alone.

    Medicines like Aconite/Argentum Nitricum/Ignatia can be used Homeopathically.

    Unfortunately, social anxiety disorder cannot be prevented, but seeking help as soon as symptoms surface can help make treatment more effective.

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    An IUD is a small, T-shaped plastic device that is wrapped in copper or contains hormones. The IUD is inserted into your uterus camera.gif by your doctor. A plastic string tied to the end of the IUD hangs down through the cervix into the vagina. You can check that the IUD is in place by feeling for this string. The string is also used by your doctor to remove the IUD.

    Types of IUDs

    Hormonal IUD. The hormonal IUD, such as Mirena or Skyla, releases levonorgestrel, which is a form of the hormone progestin. The hormonal IUD appears to be slightly more effective at preventing pregnancy than the copper IUD. There are two hormonal IUDs one works for 5 years, and the other works for 3 years.

    Copper IUD. The most commonly used IUD is the copper IUD (such as Paragard). Copper wire is wound around the stem of the T-shaped IUD. The copper IUD can stay in place for up to 10 years and is a highly effective form of contraception.

    How it works

    Both types of IUD prevent fertilization of the egg by damaging or killing sperm. The IUD also affects the uterine lining (where a fertilized egg would implant and grow).


    You can have an IUD inserted at any time, as long as you are not pregnant and you don't have a pelvic infection. An IUD is inserted into your uterus by your doctor. The insertion procedure takes only a few minutes and can be done in a doctor's office. Sometimes a local anesthetic is injected into the area around the cervix, but this is not always needed.

    IUD insertion is easiest in women who have had a vaginal childbirth in the past.

    Your doctor may have you feel for the IUD string right after insertion; to be sure you know what it feels like.

    Your doctor may want to see you 4 to 6 weeks after the IUD insertion, to make sure it is in place.

    How Well It Works

    The IUD is a highly effective method of birth control.

    When using the hormonal or copper IUD, less than 1 woman out of 100 becomes pregnant in the first year.

    Advantages of IUDs include cost-effectiveness over time, ease of use, lower risk of ectopic pregnancy, and no interruption of foreplay or intercourse.

    Other advantages of the hormonal IUD

    Also, the hormonal IUD:

    Reduces heavy menstrual bleeding by an average of 90% after the first few months of use. Reduces menstrual bleeding and cramps and, in many women, eventually causes menstrual periods to stop altogether. In this case, not menstruating is not harmful.

    May prevent endometrial hyperplasia or endometrial cancer.

    May effectively relieve endometriosis and is less likely to cause side effects than high-dose progestin.

    Reduces the risk of ectopic pregnancy.

    Does not cause weight gain.

    Risks of using an intrauterine device (IUD) include:

    Menstrual problems. The copper IUD may increase menstrual bleeding or cramps. Women may also experience spotting between periods. The hormonal IUD may reduce menstrual cramps and bleeding.

    Perforation. In 1 out of 1,000 women, the IUD will get stuck in or puncture (perforate) the uterus. Although perforation is rare, it almost always occurs during insertion. The IUD should be removed if the uterus has been perforated.

    Expulsion. About 2 to 10 out of 100 IUDs are pushed out (expelled) from the uterus into the vagina during the first year. This usually happens in the first few months of use. Expulsion is more likely when the IUD is inserted right after childbirth or in a woman who has not carried a pregnancy.

    When an IUD has been expelled, you are no longer protected against pregnancy.

    Disadvantages of IUDs include the high cost of insertion, no protection against STIs, and the need to be removed by a doctor.

    Disadvantages of the hormonal IUD

    The hormonal IUD may cause noncancerous (benign) growths called ovarian cysts, which usually go away on their own.

    The hormonal IUD can cause hormonal side effects similar to those caused by oral contraceptives, such as breast tenderness, mood swings, headaches, and acne. This is rare. When side effects do happen, they usually go away after the first few months.

    IUD use and medical conditions

    An IUD can be a safe birth control choice for women who:

    Have a history of ectopic pregnancy. Both the copper IUD and hormonal IUD are appropriate.

    Have a history of irregular menstrual bleeding and pain. The hormonal IUD may be appropriate for these women and for women who have a bleeding disorder or those who take blood thinners (anticoagulants).

    Have diabetes.

    Are breast-feeding.

    Have a history of endometriosis. The hormonal IUD is a good choice for women who have endometriosis.
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    Age group 20's:

    It is NEVER too early to start sunscreening your face, neck, chest and hands every morning. Start in your teens or 20s if you can. That 30 seconds
    you invest once in the morning will save your skin years of aging.
    Establish (and stick to) a solid basic skincare routine a good antioxidant under your sunscreen in the morning followed by a good moisturizer. At
    night, use a vitamin A cream like retinol (non-prescription) or Renova/tretinoin (prescription).
    Don't fix problems you don't have. If you are 25, and have no frown lines, starting Botox/Dysport just wastes your time and money. Start only
    when you see problems developing; and who knows, you may get lucky and never have need.

    Age group 30's:

    By their mid-30's, most women and men are starting to show signs of frown lines, crow's feet, or upper lip lines. This is usually a good time to start
    preventive treatments with small doses of Botox/Dysport 2-3 times a yearbut only if you actually have these problems.
    Almost everyone can benefit from photorejuvenation/IPL starting in their 30's. There is a big difference in the power and results with different IPLs
    so please see the information on on this laser cousin. It clears up small brown spots, dilated blood vessels, and generates a little
    collagen which improves skin texture.

    Age group Over 40:

    Fillers can help with early signs of volume loss (sagging), which affects most women/men by the age of 40-50. Starting with a syringe or two of
    hyaluronic acid filler 1-2 twice a year retards the sagging. Everyone is very individual on this, so consult your doctor for an individualized plan for
    correction of existing sagging and then maintenance.
    Laser treatments need to be customized at this age. You might be someone who can benefit from skin tightening like Thermage/Ultherapy, etc. or
    you might need more intense laser skin improvement like the Fraxel Dual or fractionated carbon dioxide laser it really varies by the individual, so
    you will need a consult.

    Age group Over 60?
    Your skin can still be noticeably and safely improved with these technologies, it just takes a little more time, more treatments and more expense.

    And, some good advice for all ages:

    Don't believe everything you hear from marketers or friends. Talk to your doctor, but also take into account your own skin and its reactions. We are
    all different, so what works for others might not work for you.
    Don't start more than one new skincare product at a time.
    Remember it often takes 1-3 months to see a beneficial effect of a new skincare product.
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    By the time you sign up for back surgery, your doctor will probably have tried a number of treatments to ease your back pain. While there are no guarantees the operation will provide relief, there are lots of options. Learn as much as you can about back surgery ahead of time. The more you know, the better the choice you'll make.


    Often, the result is more than just a drop in pain. You may find:

    You can move around better.
    You're more physically fit.
    Your mood improves.
    You don't need to take as much pain medicine.
    You can go back to work.
    You're more productive at work.

    Most people who get back surgery have no complications.

    That said, any operation will have some degree of risk, including:

    Reaction to anesthesia or other drugs
    Blood clots, for instance in your legs or lungs
    Heart attack
    Herniated disk
    Nerve damage, which can lead to weakness, paralysis, pain, sexual dysfunction, or loss of bowel or bladder control
    The odds that something could go wrong go up for people with certain health conditions. They also vary by type of surgery. Part of your surgeon's job is to identify potential problems. So talk it over before you head.

    Back Surgery Pros and Cons

    Each type comes with its own risks and benefits.

    Spinal fusion:This is the most common surgery for back pain. The doctor will join spinal bones, called vertebrae, together. This limits the motion between them and how far your nerves can stretch. But it probably won't limit your activity. It's rare, but the bones don't always fuse completely. Smoking can make this more likely. If it happens, you may need another operation to fix it.

    Laminectomy:In this procedure, a surgeon removes parts of the bone, bone spurs, or ligaments in your back. This relieves pressure on spinal nerves and can ease pain or weakness. It can make your spine less stable. If that happens, you'll probably need a spinal fusion. Doctors sometimes do the two procedures together.

    Foraminotomy:The surgeon cuts away bone at the sides of your vertebrae to widen the space where nerves exit your spine. The extra room may relieve pressure on the nerves and ease your pain. Like a laminectomy, this procedure can also make your spine less stable. So the surgeon may do a spinal fusion at the same time. That'll increase the amount of time you need for recovery.

    Diskectomy: Sometimes a disk, the cushion that separates your vertebrae, can slip out of place, press on a spinal nerve, and cause back pain. In a diskectomy, the surgeon removes all or part of the disk. He may have to make a big cut in your back, or he may be able to do it through a small one. Sometimes it's part of a larger surgery that includes laminectomy, foraminotomy, or spinal fusion.

    Disk replacement:A surgeon removes the damaged spinal disk and inserts an artificial one between your vertebrae. Unlike fusion, this lets you continue to move your spine. Recovery time may be shorter than for a spinal fusion, too. But there is a slight chance the new disk could slip or fall out of place and require repair.

    Interlaminar implant:The surgeon implants a U-shaped device between two vertebrae in your lower back. It helps keep the space between them open and eases pressure on your spinal nerves. It can be done at the same time as a laminectomy. Unlike spinal fusion, the implant provides stability and lets you move your back almost like normal. You may not be able to bend backward as easily in that area.

    The biggest risk of back surgery: not knowing for sure if it's going to help with your pain. The best thing you can do is talk openly with your surgeon so he knows what's going on with your health and you know what to expect.
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    Your temporomandibular joint is a hinge that connects your jaw to the temporal bones of your skull, which are in front of each ear. It lets you move your jaw up and down and side to side, so you can talk, chew, and yawn.

    Problems with your jaw and the muscles in your face that control it are known astemporomandibular disorders(TMD). But you may hear it wrongly called TMJ, after the joint.

    Causes of TMD:

    We don't know what causes TMD. Dentists believe symptoms arise from problems with the muscles of your jaw or with the parts of the joint itself.

    Injury to your jaw, the joint, or the muscles of your head and neck -- like from a heavy blow or whiplash-- can lead to TMD. Other causes include: Grinding or clenching your teeth, which puts a lot of pressure on the joint

    Movement of the soft cushion or disc between the ball and socket of the joint
    Arthritis in the joint
    Stress, which can cause you to tighten facial and jaw muscles or clench the teeth
    Symptoms include:

    TMD often causes severe pain and discomfort. It can be temporary or last many years. It might affect one or both sides of your face. More women than men have it, and it's most common among people between the ages of 20 and 40.

    Common symptoms include:

    Pain or tenderness in your face, jaw joint area, neck and shoulders, and in or around the ear when you chew, speak, or open your mouth wide
    Problems when you try to open your mouth wide
    Jaws that get "stuck" or "lock" in the open- or closed-mouth position
    Clicking, popping, or grating sounds in the jaw joint when you open or close your mouth or chew. This may or may not be painful.
    A tired feeling in your face
    Trouble chewing or a sudden uncomfortable bite -- as if the upper and lower teeth are not fitting together properly
    Swelling on the side of your face
    You may also have toothaches,headaches, neck aches,dizziness, earaches, hearing problems, upper shoulder pain, and ringing in the ears(tinnitus).

    How to Diagnose:

    Many other conditions cause similar symptoms -- like tooth decay,sinus problems,arthritis, or gum disease. To figure out what's causing yours, the dentist will ask about your health history and conduct a physical exam.

    Your dentist may take full face X-rays so he can view your jaws, temporomandibular joints, and teeth to rule out other problems. He may need to do other tests, like magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) or computer tomography (CT). The MRI can show if the TMJ disc is in the proper position as your jaw moves. ACT scan shows the bony detail of the joint.

    Home Treatments for TMD

    There are things you can do on your own to help relieve TMD symptoms. Your doctor may suggest you try some of these remedies together.

    Take over-the-counter medications:Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), likenaproxenoribuprofen, can relieve muscle pain and swelling.

    Use moist heat or cold packs:Apply an ice pack to the side of your face and temple area for about 10 minutes. Do a few simple jaw stretches (if your dentist or physical therapist OKs them). When you're done, hold a warm towel or washcloth to the side of your face for about 5 minutes. Perform this routine a few times each day.

    Eat soft foods:Add yogurt, mashed potatoes, cottage cheese, soup, scrambled eggs, fish, cooked fruits and vegetables, beans, and grains to your menu. Cut foods into small pieces so you chew less.

    Avoid extreme jaw movements:Keep yawning and chewing (especially gum or ice) to a minimum and don't yell, sing, or do anything that forces you to open wide.

    Don't rest your chin on your hand. Don't hold the phone between your shoulder and ear. Practice good posture to reduce neck and facial pain.

    Keep your teeth slightly apart as often as you can. This will relieve pressure on your jaw. Put your tongue between your teeth to control clenching or grinding during the day.

    Learn relaxation techniques to help loosens up your jaw.
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    Kids' ages 8 to 18 now spend anaverageof 10 hours and 45 minutes a day, seven days a week with media. That translates into 75 hours and 15 minutes per week, nearly twice as many hours as their parents put into full-time jobs.

    Whether compulsive internet use fits into the formal category of addiction or not, there is clear evidence demonstrating that some users develop a compulsive need to be online that interferes with their daily activities, their relationships, and their health. Though researchers are far from fully understanding the cause and effect relationship between internet use and maladaptive behavior (and to the extent these relationships may run both ways), evidence suggest that the risk to youth for developing these issues is much greater than it is for older users.

    Symptoms/Warning Signs to be noted:

    Increasing preoccupation with, and investment ofresources (e.g., time, money, energy) onInternet-related activities
    Loses track of time while online, Sacrifices needed hours of sleep to spend time online
    Unpleasant feelings (e.g., depression, anxiety, loneliness, emptiness) when not online
    Negative impact on work/school performance,Spends time online in place of homework or chores
    Problems develop in existing relationships
    Difficulty in forming new offline relationships
    Prefers to spend time online rather than with friends or family
    Becomes agitated or angry when online time is interrupted
    Becomes irritable if not allowed access to the Internet
    Lies about amount of time spent online or "sneaks" online when no one is around
    Seems preoccupied with getting back online when away from the computer
    Loses interest in activities that were enjoyable before he or she had online access
    Escapes into the internet to avoid responsibilities, escape painful feelings or troubling situations
    Psychological impact

    Like addiction to drugs and alcohol, the Internet offers children and adolescents a way to escape painful feelings or troubling situations. They sacrifice needed hours of sleep to spend time online and withdraw from family and friends to escape into a comfortable online world that they have created and shaped.

    Children who lack rewarding or nurturing relationships or who suffer from poor social and coping skills are at greater risk to developing inappropriate or excessive online habits. Because they feel alone, alienated, and have problems making new friends, they turn to invisible strangers in online chat rooms looking for the attention and companionship missing in their real lives. They may come from families with significant problems, and they cope with their problems by spending time online. The skill to develop face to face relationship is lost. Those addicted to Internet have high incidence of anxiety disorders and depression.

    What parents can do

    Technology will continue to advance and is not going away, so we'd better learn to ride the wave.Parents shouldwork with their child to establish clear boundaries for limited Internet usage. Allow perhaps an hour per night after homework, with a few extra weekend hours. Stick to your rules and remember that you're not simply trying to control him/her - you are working to free them of a psychological dependence.It is important for every parent to learn the terms (both technical and popular) and be comfortable with the computer, at least enough to know what your child is doing online. They should also reassure their children that they are not criticizing him or hampering his privacy but are concerned with the consequences of pathological internet use.
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    Most commonly, trauma to the nose triggers a nosebleed. Trauma to the outside of the nose, such as a blow to the face, or trauma inside the nose, such as nose picking or repeated irritation from a cold, can cause a nosebleed.

    Less commonly, an underlying disease process, such as an inability of thebloodto clot, may contribute to the bleeding. Inability of the blood to clot is most often due to blood-thinning drugs such aswarfarin (Coumadin) oraspirin.Liverdisease can also interfere with blood clotting. Abnormal blood vessels or cancers in the nose are rare causes of nosebleeds.High blood pressuremay contribute to bleeding but is almost never the only reason for a nosebleed.

    What to do ----

    1. Pinch the Nose

    The easiest way to stop a nosebleed is the time-honored pinch cure. Pinching the nose sends pressure to the bleeding point in the nasal septum, which helps stop the flow of blood immediately.

    Sit up straight with your head tilted slightly forward.
    Using your thumb and index finger, pinch the soft part of your nose below the bony bridge.
    Do this for 5 to 10 minutes. During this time, breathe through your mouth.
    Release the pressure gently and sit quietly for 5 minutes.
    Repeat as necessary until the bleeding stops.
    Note: Do not lay flat, tilt your head back or put your head between your legs. Also, do not blow your nose.

    2. Cold Compress

    A cold compress is another common remedy to stop a bleeding nose. The cold temperature causes the blood vessels to constrictfaster and slows down the blood flow. This will stop the bleeding within a few minutes.

    Wrap a few ice cubes in a thin towel.
    Sit in an upright position and tilt your head back.
    Apply the ice pack across the bridge of your nose for 5 to 10 minutes.
    Repeat as needed.
    Note:Do not apply ice directly on your nose.
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    Homeopathy is a medical science, which is used to cure diseases and is based on the principle of "like cures like". It was developed by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann who was a general physician by profession in Germany. The concept, "like cures like" may sound a bit weird, but it is proved to be successful and homeopathy treatment for any ailment is preferred worldwide. Depression is a kind of mental ailment or disease, which could make a person lose hope of living life and results in hopelessness and sadness.

    There seems no cure to your problems. But in homeopathy we have all the answers to your problems. First we need the signs and symptoms to identify depression. Homeopathy medicines are totally natural and have fewer side effects than allopathic versions.

    Types of depression:
    - Depression due to stress
    - Depression due to menopause
    - Depression due to workload
    - Depression in teenagers
    - Depression in old people
    - Major depression
    - Atypical depression
    - Dysthymia
    - Seasonal Affective Disorder

    Symptoms of depression are:
    - Feeling hopeless and sad: The first signal or symptom is the feeling of hopelessness. In this, the patient loses the hope in everything. They feel like being trapped in some kind of cage, from which they are not able to come out.

    - Lack of interest in anything: Everything seems to be of no use or interest, even your daily work. You don't want to do anything; even the things, which you loved to do like your hobbies and passions, which you no longer find interesting.

    - Sleep irregularity: Insomnia or oversleeping. Either you sleep too much or do not sleep at all. This could be because of work or other stress in your personal or professional life.

    - Irritation or unnecessarily getting angry: You start losing your temper easily and that too for silly reasons. You think you are losing control.

    - Appetite problems: You either stress eat too much or too less or sometimes not at all. You are not willing to even eat your favourite dish is a sign of depression.
    - Concentration problems: You can't focus or concentrate on a particular thing for a long time.

    - Frustration: You start feeling worthless and might even think of ending your life and getting out of this problem. Your behaviour changes and you can't think properly on one topic.

    No need to get disheartened if the above symptoms are plaguing you, because the solution of your problem is in homeopathy. Homeopathy medicines do not have side effects and they remove the ailment from the roots. Medicines like Arsenicum Album, Ignatia, Natrum Muriaticum, Sepia help in various kinds of depressions. These should be taken in proper quantity as directed by the physician to get cured properly.
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    1.Mittelshmerz: Wondering why you're experiencing cramps mid-month? The culprit could be mittelshmerz German for "middle pain" a symptom of ovulation. The discomfort can range from mild to severe but usually only lasts a few hours.

    2.Increased Sex Drive: On the brighter side, some women experience increased sex drive when they're ovulating presumably nature's way of encouraging conception at the optimal time.

    3.Breast Tenderness:Women may detect swelling in their breasts right before or right after ovulation, so if you're reaping the bounty of your increased sex drive, you might want to tell your partner to go easy on the girls.

    4.Increase in Basal Body Temperature: Is it hot in here or is it just you? Your basal, or lowest, body temperature typically rises a few tenths of a degree during ovulation. To track your BBT, use the same thermometer every morning upon waking andchart the resultsas you go.

    5.Changes in Cervical Mucus:It may not be pretty, but checking your cervical mucus is one of the most useful ovulation symptoms, because the changes occur as ovulation is approaching, giving you more time to take advantage of peak fertility. Look for mucus that feels thin, slippery and stretchy, like the consistency of egg whites. Then it's game on.

    6.Changes in Cervical Position:As ovulation approaches, a woman's cervix will move higher up and become softer and more open. Detecting cervical changes takes some practice (and requires very clean hands), but they're a reliable predictor of ovulation.

    Paying attentions to these signals, as well as the calendar, is a great way to clue into your body cycle and find your fertile window. If playing doctor doesn't appeal to you, or you'd like some outside confirmation, there's always the option of purchasing a digital ovulation monitor. They're pricey but easy to use, accurate and typically give you several days warning before ovulation occurs, increasing your chances of conception.
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    When you have a lot of weight to lose, it means playing the long game. And during that time, you'll face challenges. Weight loss experts and people who have done it offer you their ideas to cut calories, fight the" hangry" make exercise easier, stay on track, and more. Some are tried-and-true, and others may surprise you.
    People who eat more in the morning and less at night tend to lose more weight. Some studies suggest that starting your day with a high-protein meal -- especially warm, solid food -- helps you feel fuller and less hungry later. Shoot for 350-400 calories with at least 25 grams of protein.
    Save your food photos in a daily file. Before your next snack or meal, review them. They'll remind you what you've already eaten. And that may help you decide to downsize or choose something else.
    Under a licensed professional's care, you'll eat one regular meal per day and swap the others for special shakes, soups, or bars" if you can stick to it, you'll see big results in 6 months to a year.
    Out of sight, out of mind -- and mouth. After you purge your home of those treats you can't resist, albers recommends taking the idea a step further: assign shelves in the pantry and the fridge so your healthy food becomes easy to see and reach. Put fresh veggies and fruit at eye level instead of inside a drawer, and you're more likely to grab them when you open the door.
    Don't leave your meals to chance. Have ingredients on hand so you aren't tempted to resort to take-out. Think about menus that work for the household: maybe your veggie stir-fry can be their side dish, too. Make a grocery list together, even if you're cooking separately.
    Support from a group can help you lose more weight than going it alone. You'll gain perspective, encouragement, tips -- even a little competition, if that's the kind of thing that gets you motivated. 
    When (let's be honest, there's no" if" about it) you get off-track, it can be hard to forgive yourself. So pretend it's a friend who slipped up and is upset. Write a note to them. Then read it out loud -- to yourself. It will likely be kinder and more encouraging than anything the little voice in your head would say.
    A physical therapist is trained to work with people who have medical issues and trouble moving in their daily lives. Think of them as someone who'll get you ready for the personal trainer. Your therapist will design a program, tailored for you, to improve your balance, strength, and range of motion. Pt can often help ease joint pain you may have, too.
    You may not realize it, but you've built them up just by moving your extra weight around. And as you lose body fat, you want to keep those muscles. They burn fat and calories! but if you don't use them, you'll lose them. Physiologist, likes wall squats, with the help of an exercise ball for body alignment. These work most of the major muscles below your waist at once.
    Swimming is a whole-body, non-impact workout with a fantastic calorie burn. The water helps hold you up, so there's no pressure on your joints. Plus, it saves time by combining cardio and muscle-building in a single activity.
    If exercise is hard for you, try doing it in chest-deep water, which can reduce swelling, enhance circulation, and help relieve pain from inflammation.
    Regardless of what the scale says, your body may still be changing in a good way" remind yourself what you've gained by losing the weight" are your clothes getting looser? are you losing inches? is your blood pressure better? if you have diabetes, have your sugar levels improved? can you handle more exercise? celebrate those non-scale victories, too!
    You may not be resting as well as you think you are. This condition, which interrupts your breathing while you sleep, often affects people who are overweight. It can disrupt your slumber and you won't know it. Studies show that a lack of sleep alters hormones that control hunger.
    Once you've lost 5% to 10% of your weight, your body makes adjustments to fight losing any more. Hormones that signal you've had enough to eat don't get sent to your brain, and you're still hungry" we use medications to give that feeling of being full" he says. When that point comes, talk to your doctor about whether a prescription drug or over-the-counter product could help you keep going.

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    It's no secret that certain foods can help you lower your LDL bad cholesterol, which causes a buildup of plaque in the arteries that leads to heart disease, heart attacks, and stroke. But what may surprise you is that many of these foods are delicious and easy to incorporate into your everyday meals without sacrificing flavor or fun.

    Dark chocolate contains flavonoids, antioxidants that help lower LDL levels. Just make sure to eat in moderation, as chocolate is also high in saturated fat and sugar. You can also use dark, unsweetened cocoa powder in your cooking to get similar heart-healthy effects.

    There's more to avocados than just guacamole. They give you oleic acid, which helps lower the bad cholesterol in your bloodstream. Try putting a few slices on your turkey sandwich, or add them to a salad. Avocado oil, which has a subtle, sweet flavor, can also be used in place of other oils in cooking.

    Red wine contains resveratrol, a substance found in the red grape skin, which may prevent damage to blood vessels by reducing the risk of blood clots and lowering LDL. Drinking too much alcohol can cause a host of other health issues, however; so while a glass of red wine at dinner is fine, don't overdo it.

    Both black and green teas contain powerful antioxidants that may reduce cholesterol levels. Green tea typically contains more of these antioxidant powerhouses, as it is made from unfermented leaves and is less processed. Just go easy on the cream and sugar.

    Nuts are high in polyunsaturated fatty acids, so almonds, walnuts, or pistachios can help reduce your LDL levels. Try sprinkling them on your salad, or eat them right out of hand as a snack. Just be sure to choose the low-salt option, and keep it to about 1.5 ounces a day -- nuts are also high in calories. For almonds, that's about 30 almonds or 1/3 cup.

    Barley, oatmeal and brown rice have lots of soluble fiber, which has been proven to lower LDL cholesterol by reducing the absorption of cholesterol into your bloodstream. Try switching out your regular pasta for the whole-grain version, or use brown rice instead of white. To give an added cholesterol-busting kick, top your morning oatmeal with high-fiber fruit like bananas or apples.

    Fish like salmon, albacore tuna, sardines, and halibut are all rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which reduce triglycerides in the blood. Aim for 8 ounces of fish a week, and bake or grill the fish -- don't fry it -- to keep it healthy.

    Olive oil is a plant-based fat, so it's a better choice when you're trying to lower your "bad" cholesterol than fats that come from animals. It's great mixed with red wine vinegar, a minced garlic clove, and a little ground pepper for a salad dressing. For something different, try braising vegetables like carrots or leeks. Just drizzle 3 tablespoons of oil over vegetables in a snug baking dish, scatter some herbs, cover with foil, and put in a 375-degree oven for about 45 minutes.

    Edamame, soy milk, and tofu are high in protein, and eating just 25 grams a day can reduce your cholesterol by 5 to 6 percent. Snack on edamame, top off your bowl of cereal with soy milk, or sub tofu for meat in your stir-fries.

    Black beans, kidney beans, lentils, oh my! All are rich in soluble fiber, which binds to cholesterol in the blood and moves it out of the body. Recent studies show eating 4.5 ounces of beans a day can reduce LDL levels by 5 percent. Try black bean burritos, or dip some veggies in hummus, which is made with chickpeas, for an afternoon snack
    Pears and apples have a lot of pectin, which is a type of fiber that can lower cholesterol. So do citrus fruits like oranges and lemons. Berries are also high in fiber.

    Most vegetables are high in fiber and low in calories. Eggplant and okra contain high amounts of soluble fiber. Eggplants are also high in antioxidants. But any kind of vegetables will give you fiber and nutrients that are good for you.

    Natural chemicals called sterols, which you get from plant foods, help your body absorb less cholesterol. Now, many foods from granola bars and yogurt to orange juice are fortified with plant sterols, which can help reduce cholesterol levels by 6% to 15%. Just check the label to make sure you're not getting too many calories.
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    The problem of excessive underarm sweating is also known as Axillary Hyperhidorosis. Excessive sweating is a common problem. Individuals suffering from this problem may feel embarrassed.

    Common causes of excessive underarm sweating include hyperthyroidism, obesity, infection, stress and so on. An individual should maintain good hygiene to treat the problem of excessive sweat. Consumption of food items containing caffeine should be avoided to reduce the sweating. Home remedies to deal with the problem of excessive underarm sweating are mentioned below.

    You can apply aloe vera gel on the underarm area as a cleanser 2 to 3 times in a day to deal with the problem of excessive sweating.Intake of aloe vera juice (1/2 cup) on a daily basis may also help in the treatment of excessive underarm sweating.

    Intake of a glass of tomato juice several times in a day can help in curing the problem of excessive underarm sweating. You can also rub a mixture of tomato and cucumber juice beneath your arms to reduce the odour resulting from excessive sweating.

    You can consume wheatgrass juice on a daily basis for a period of 8 to 10 days to reduce excessive underarm sweating. It is interesting to note that wheatgrass juice can also be directly applied beneath the arms to obtain the desired results

    Homemade Deodorant for Sweating

    Commercially available deodorants are loaded with chemicals that may harm your skin. And they are not meant for people who perspire a lot making them ineffective most of the time. The solution lies in making your own deodorant at home with baking soda as the main ingredient. You have known in the previous remedy how effective baking soda is in controlling sweat. When mixed with a fragrant essential oil, they may also keep you refreshing for the whole day.

    Get this:

    Baking Soda- 1 tsp
    Any essential oil (like lavender/lemon/vanilla etc.)- 3-4 drops
    Water- few drops
    Do this:

    Mix water with baking soda to get a thick paste like consistency.
    Add your choice of essential oil to this.
    Apply this to your armpits.
    You may or may not wash it off after 15-20 minutes.
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    Men who have frequent wet dreams should have yogurt twice or thrice in a day. Yogurt is good for health and it lowers the chances of getting wet dreams. If you include yogurt in your diet, you will see the difference in few day’s time. It is advisable that you should have a big bowl of yogurt thrice in a day. This will help you for sure!

    Take A Bath

    Take a bath before you sleep. This is not just any regular bath as you need to put a few drops of essential oils in it. This is an effective home remedy and has worked for many men.You can use essential oils such as rose, jasmine or lavender oil in your bath. This will help in preventing nightfall and you will get good sleep too. Taking a bath with essential oils will relax your mind and you will be able to sleep without thinking too much.

    Avoid Watching Porn

    The biggest reason for getting wet dreams is because men watch too much of porn. When it is time to sleep, do not watch anything which arouses you sexually. It is best to pray to god before sleeping because that will help you to sleep peacefully.The best home remedy is to avoid watching porn before sleeping. If you want to get rid of the problem, you will have to say goodbye to porn or titillating images. Pray to god and think of pure things.

    Read A Book

    Reading a book before sleeping can help you to get rid of wet dreams. However do not read a book which sexually arouses you. Try some book which talks about god, friends, college life or love. Avoid reading books which have sexual images or have a sexual plot. Read books which are inspirational and good. A spooky book will do too! If you read a good book, you will be able to sleep in peace without getting wet dreams.

    You can try other foods such as celery juice, avocados and watermelon to treat the problem. Do not lose hope because these remedies will work for you. You do not have to go to a doctor for this as the above mentioned home remedies are excellent. A little tip from us would be to not think too much about sex. Sex is a need and we all know that! However you should try and think about other things too. Hangout with your friends and watch a comedy show before sleeping. Follow the home remedies and make little changes in your lifestyle. You will be fine soon! Take care!
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    Natural Ways to Get Healthy Hair

    1. Olive Oil

    Olive oil will also add body to your hair. Plus, it will help soften and strengthen your

    Massage your hair and scalp with warm oil and leave it on for at least 30-45 minutes. Risen it out thoroughly and wash your hair overnight and then shampoo your hair the next morning.

    Another option is to mix olive oil with some honey and apply the mixture on your hair. Leave it on for at least 30 minutes and then wash your hair.

    Use either of these remedies once or twice a week.

    2. Fenugreek Seeds

    Fenugreek seeds can also be used to prevent hair loss and enjoy better hair growth.

    Soak two to three tablespoon of fenugreek seeds in water for eight to 10 hours. Grind the soaked seeds to make a fine paste. You can also mix two teaspoon of coconut milk in it. Apply the paste on your hair and scalp and allow it to sit for about 30 minutes before washing your hair with lukewarm water. When done weekly on a regular basis this remedy will prevent dry scalp and help you enjoy thicker hair.

    3. Indian Gooseberry

    The anti-inflammatory,antioxidant, antibacterial and exfoliating properties present in Indian gooseberry can help a lot in maintaining a healthy scalp and better hair growth rate.

    Mix one tablespoon of Indian gooseberry or amla powder in two tablespoon of coconut oil and heat until boiling. Strain the oil and massage it onto your scalp before going to bed. The next morning, shampoo your hair as usual. DO this on weekly basis.

    4. Aloe Vera

    Another very popular ingredient that can be used to enjoy thicker hair is aloe vera, thanks to its moisturizing quality. It will also help restore the pH balance of the scalp.

    Extract the gel from one or two aloe vera leaves and rub the gel onto your scalp. Allow it to sit for 30 minutes before rinsing your hair with lukewarm water. Do this once or twice a week on regular basis.

    5. Henna Leaves

    Another easy way to get thicker hair naturally is to apply henna. Henna leaves will give your hair a rich natural color and make it thicker, softer and less prone to breakage.

    Grind a handful of fresh henna leaves with a little water to make a fine paste. Let it sit for two hours and then apply it to your hair. Cover your hair with a shower cap. After a few hours, wash your hair thoroughly and shampoo your hair.

    Another option is to mix sufficient water in henna powder to make a paste with a yogurt-like consistency. Instead of plain water, you can also use green tea for better conditioning. Keep the henna paste aside overnight. The next day, add one raw egg and two teaspoons of lemon juice to this mixture. Apply it to your hair and leave it on until it dries completely. Finally, wash it off and shampoo your hair.

    Note: Make sure to wear your gloves when using henna and apply the paste using a hair brush to avoid staining.
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    e traditional Thanksgiving bird has the protein building-block tryptophan, which your body uses to make serotonin. That's a brain chemical that plays a key role in depression, researchers say. In fact, some antidepressant drugs work by targeting the way your brain uses serotonin. You can get the same mood-boosting effect from chicken and soybeans.

    Brazil Nuts

    This snack is rich in selenium, which helps protect your body from tiny, damaging particles called free radicals. One study found that young people who didn't have enough of this nutrient in their diets were more likely to be depressed. The researchers couldn't say that low selenium caused depression, though. Just one Brazil nut has almost half your daily requirement of the mineral so be careful to limit how many you eat. Other foods with this mineral include brown rice, lean beef, sunflower seeds, and seafood.


    They're full of beta-carotene, which you can also get from pumpkin, spinach, sweet potatoes, and cantaloupe. Studies have linked this nutrient to lower levels of depression. There's not enough evidence to say that it can prevent the disorder, but it can't hurt to get more in your diet.


    A jolt of caffeine can be a pick-me-up that helps you feel more motivated. But if you have postpartum depression or panic disorder, some studies suggest that it might make your symptoms worse. Other researchers say a cup of joe can lower your risk of getting depression, though they're not sure why.

    Leafy Greens

    They're packed with folate, which your brain cells need to work well and which may help protect against depression. Food manufacturers in the U.S. add this vitamin, also known as B9, to enriched grains like pasta and rice. You can also get it from lentils, lima beans, and asparagus.


    It's a good source of vitamin D. If you have very low levels of this nutrient in your body, that can sometimes cause depression. One Norwegian study found that people who took a vitamin D supplement were less depressed a year later than those who didn't. Don't like milk? Boost the D in your diet with enriched cereals and juices, and canned fish.

    Caution: Alcohol

    It might seem like just the thing to take the edge off your worries or make you feel more social. But most of the time, it's best if you drink wine, beer, and mixed drinks only in moderation. You might feel better in the moment, but heavy drinking can make depression symptoms worse over time, because alcohol makes your brain less active. It also can make antidepressant medications less effective.

    Caution: Junk Food

    It may be fast and filling, but these processed foods can be bad news for your mood. Scientists have studied how diets high in sugar, simple carbohydrates, and fatty foods affect how you feel. Many found some link between these unhealthy eats and depression. Your best bet: a well-balanced diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein.
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    Ice cream

    You do get some calcium from ice cream. But you also get 230 calories per half-cup, and that's just for plain vanilla, no toppings.

    Better look for the slow-churned kind. It's lower in fat, and many flavors have only 100 calories per half-cup.


    A serving of 15 chips has 160 calories. But who stops at 15? add just 2 tablespoons of french onion dip and you've piled on 60 more calories and 5 grams of fat.

    Better Bet - fat-free popcorn. Six cups have just 100 calories.


    The average 12-ounce can of beer has about 150 calories. Those calories add up, just like anything else you eat or drink.

    Better Bet - light beer cuts your intake to about 100 calories a can.

    Fatty red meat

    If you're the meat and potatoes type, you'd love a big, juicy steak that covers your plate. But a 16-ounce prime rib can have more than 1, 000 calories and 37 grams of" bad" fat. That's without any sides or appetizers.

    Better Bet - lean meat, such as sirloin, tenderloin, or flank steak. The piece should be the size of your fist, not your plate.

    Meat-topped pizza

    Pizza can be healthy. But if you like toppings such as pepperoni, sausage, ham, and beef, you could get more than 300 calories in one slice.

    Better Bet - instead, top pizza with veggies. You get extra fiber and nutrients, and up to 100 fewer calories per slice.

    Giant burgers

    If it looks big and loaded, it will bloat your calorie budget, too. Some have more than 1, 000 calories and up to 75 grams of fat.

    Better Bet - stick to a single grilled burger made with lean ground beef or lean turkey, or a veggie burger.

    Super-size fries

    Want some fries with that? most of us do, not knowing that a large order of fries can have as many calories as a burger.

    Better Bet - order a side salad or fruit cup.

    Too much soda

    Do you know how many calories are in a serving? or how many servings are in a bottle? one 20-ounce bottle of regular soda packs 250 calories.

    Better Bet - water. If you're seeking caffeine, try black coffee. A 20-ounce cup has almost no calories. Like milk? make it nonfat to stay under 100 calories.

    Buffalo wings

    An order of chicken wings packs about 700 calories. If you choose the boneless buffalo-style, that's 1, 160 calories, not counting dips! blue cheese sauce adds another 240 calories and 26 grams of fat.

    Better Bet - grilled chicken strips. Make wings a rare treat.

    Huge frozen dinners

    There's nothing wrong with convenience, but watch the size. Some dishes are very high in calories, sodium, and trans fats.

    Better Bet - read labels for lean frozen dinners made with whole grains.

    All-you-can-eat buffet

    If you can't resist piling your plate, try to make smart choices. Load up on steamed vegetables and salad. Skip the fatty dressings and sauces.

    Better Bet - steer clear of buffets if you have trouble setting limits.

    Help yourself to yogurt

    Not everything tasty pads your belly. In one study, yogurt (along with veggies, whole grains, fruits, and nuts) was among the foods not linked to weight gain. Another study linked eating dairy foods like yogurt to lower body fat and belly fat.

    Bonus - Low-fat or nonfat yogurt boosts calcium. Look for those fortified with vitamin d. Most adults don't get enough of either of these nutrients.

    Go for blueberries

    There is no magic food that burns fat. But eating more of any fruit, in place of fattier or high-calorie fare, can help you lose weight. Blueberries, and other fruits, are rich in nutrients that are good for you and are naturally sweet.

    Fill up on fiber foods

    They may be your best friend against belly fat. One study found that people who eat more soluble fiber gain less belly fat than others over 5 years. Just 10 grams a day of soluble fiber made the difference. That's the amount in two small apples, a cup of green peas, and 1/2 cup of pinto beans.

    Get some exercise

    Regular exercise can help you lose weight. Though you can't do exercises to spot-reduce, being more active will help your whole body, including your belly. If you're already overweight, shedding just 10% of your weight will improve your odds of staying healthy.
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    When you have this disease, your body does a poor job turning the carbohydrates in food into energy. This causes sugar to build up in your blood. Over time it raises your risk for heart disease, blindness, nerve and organ damage, and other serious conditions. It strikes people of all ages, and early symptoms are mild. About 1 out of 3 people with type 2 diabetes don't know they have it.

    People with type 2 diabetes often have no symptoms. When they do appear, one of the first may be being thirsty a lot. Others include dry mouth, bigger appetite, peeing a lot -- sometimes as often as every hour -- and unusual weight loss or gain.

    As your blood sugar levels get higher, you may have other problems like headaches, blurred vision, and fatigue.

    Signs of serious problems
    In many cases, type 2 diabetes isn't discovered until it takes a serious toll on your health. Some red flags include:

    Cuts or sores that are slow to heal
    Frequent yeast infections or urinary tract infections
    Itchy skin, especially in the groin area

    It can affect your sex life
    Diabetes can damage blood vessels and nerves in your genitals. This could lead to a loss of feeling and make it hard to have an orgasm. Women are also prone to vaginal dryness. About 1 in 3 who have diabetes will have some form of sexual trouble. Between 35% and 70% of men who have the disease will have at least some degree of impotence in their lifetime.

    Risk factors you can control
    Some health habits and medical conditions related to your lifestyle can raise your odds of having type 2 diabetes, including:

    Being overweight, especially at the waist
    A couch potato lifestyle
    Eating a lot of red meat, processed meat, high-fat dairy products, and sweets
    Unhealthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels

    Risk factors for women

    You're more likely to get type 2 diabetes later on if you:

    Had gestational diabetes when you were pregnant
    Delivered a baby that weighed over 9 pounds
    Had polycystic ovary syndrome

    In type 2 diabetes, your cells can't use sugar properly. That means there's a lot of it in your blood. If you have a condition called insulin resistance, your body makes the hormone, but your cells don't use it or respond to it like they should. If you've had type 2 diabetes for a while but haven't treated it, your pancreas will make less insulin.

    How is it diagnosed?

    Your doctor will take some blood and do an a1c test. It shows your average blood sugar level over the past 2-3 months. If you already have symptoms, he might give you a random blood glucose test, which shows what your current level is.

    Your diet makes a difference

    You can control blood sugar levels by changing your diet and losing extra weight. That will also cut your risk of complications. Carefully track the carbs in your diet. Keep amounts the same at every meal, watch how much fat and protein you eat, and cut calories. Ask your doctor to refer you to a dietitian to help you make healthy choices and an eating plan.

    Exercise is important

    Regular exercise, like strength training or walking, improves your body's use of insulin and can lower blood sugar levels. Being active also helps get rid of body fat, lower blood pressure, and protect you from heart disease. Try to get 30 minutes of moderate activity on most days of the week.

    Heart and artery troubles

    If you don't treat diabetes with a healthy diet and exercise, you're more likely to get plaque in your arteries than people who don't have it. This sticky substance slows blood flow and increases your risk of clots. It leads to hardening of the arteries (called atherosclerosis), which makes you more likely to have a heart attack or stroke. About 2 of 3 people with diabetes die of heart disease.

    Can it be prevented?

    One of the most surprising things about type 2 diabetes is that you can avoid it. To lower your risk, follow the same guidelines for warding off heart disease:

    Eat a healthy diet.
    Exercise for 30 minutes, 5 days a week.
    Stay at a healthy weight.
    Talk to your doctor about being tested for prediabetes.

    People with prediabetes can avoid getting diabetes with lifestyle changes and medication.
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    Planned Parenthood believes that parents and guardians should be the primary sex educators of their children. As with other complex issues, many parents may need support, resources, and expertise from schools and other organizations. It is important that young people receive age-appropriate sexual health information and develop practical skills for keeping healthy. Educators can help families by providing culturally meaningful learning opportunities in safe and non-judgmental environments so that young people can learn about sexuality in a healthy and positive context.

    Sometimes, people mistakenly believe that sex ed refers only to sexual behavior (e.g., sexual intercourse) and not the full array of topics that comprise sexuality. These include information and concerns about abstinence, body image, contraception, gender, human growth and development, human reproduction, pregnancy, relationships, safer sex (prevention of sexually transmitted infections), sexual attitudes and values, sexual anatomy and physiology, sexual behavior, sexual health, sexual orientation, and sexual pleasure.

    Comprehensive sex education covers the wide array of topics that affect sexuality and sexual health. It is grounded in evidence-based, peer-reviewed science. Its goal is to promote health and well-being in a way that is developmentally appropriate. It includes information and communication skills building as well as values exploration.

    Sexuality is an integral part of each person's identity. Learning about our sexuality and achieving sexual health and well-being are lifelong processes that begin at birth and continue throughout our lives. Although parents and guardians are the primary sex educators of their children, children also receive messages about sexuality from many other sources. Some of them may have more negative than positive impact. Schools and other community-based organizations can be important partners with parents to provide young people accurate and developmentally appropriate sex education.

    The goals of comprehensive sex education are to help young people gain a positive view of sexuality and to provide them with developmentally appropriate knowledge and skills so that they can make healthy decisions about their sex lives now and in the future. Medically accurate sex education is an investment in our children's future, their well-being. Our return on investment could be a generation of young people who have heard more helpful messages about sexuality than the provocative media images and/or silences they currently witness. It could be a generation of women and men comfortable in their own skin; able to make well-informed, responsible decisions; form healthy relationships; and take care of their bodies.

    It can be normal to feel overwhelmed by the task of developing and implementing comprehensive sex education in your school or program. Some educators find it helpful to talk with other professionals mentors and/or supervisors who have already implemented comprehensive sex education. It is important to get support from your school or organization.

    While this may feel like a huge undertaking, break it down into discrete steps such as:

    Assessing the needs
    Researching solutions
    Garnering support
    Developing a plan
    Developing or selecting a curriculum
    Creating lesson plans
    Gathering resources
    Having fun!
    It may help to keep in mind that you may be the only adult who will ever talk to a young person about sexuality in an honest, accurate, and nonjudgmental way. Your good intentions, your positive, healthy attitude, your nonjudgmental tone, and the information you offer may be more than appreciated it may save a young person's life.

    Armed with knowledge about comprehensive sex education, you now need to jump in! Talk with a mentor or colleague, browse your local library, or surf online to become acquainted with the breadth and scope of resources available.

    Contact Planned Parenthood educators near you to talk with and learn more about this important topic. Many Planned Parenthood affiliates provide consultation and training to assist with implementing sexuality education programs.
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    1. Do the things you did the first year you were dating.

    As the months and years roll on, we tend to slink into our proverbial sweatpants and get lazy in our relationship. We lose our patience, gentleness, thoughtfulness, understanding and the general effort we once made toward our mate. Think back to the first year of your relationship and write down all the things you used to do for your partner. Now start doing them again.

    2. Ask for what you want.

    Over time, we assume that our partner knows us so well that we don't need to ask for what we want. What happens when we make this assumption? expectations are set and just as quickly, they get deflated. Those unmet expectations can leave us questioning the viability of our partnership and connection. Keep in mind that 'asking for what you want' extends to everything from emotional to sexual wants.

    3. Become an expert on your partner.

    Think about who your mate really is and what excites him or her (both physically and emotionally). We can become consumed by what we think he/she wants, as opposed to tuning in to what truly resonates with the other person. Remember that if it's important to your partner, it doesn't have to make sense to you. You just have to do it.

    4. Don't ask 'how was your day'

    At the end of a long day, we tend to mentally check out of our lives and consequently, our relationship. We rely on the standard question, 'how was your day?' generally, that boring question will yield a boring answer such as, 'fine, how was yours?' this does nothing to improve your connection and instead, can actually damage it because you're losing the opportunity to regularly connect in a small way.

    Instead, try asking things like, 'what made you smile today?' or 'what was the most challenging part of your day?' you'll be amazed at the answers you'll get, with the added benefit of gaining greater insight into your significant other.

    5. Create a weekly ritual to check in with one another.

    It can be short or long but it begins with asking each other what worked and didn't work about the previous week and what can be done to improve things this coming week. Additionally, use this opportunity to get on the same page with your schedules, plan a date night and talk about what you would like to see happen in the coming days, weeks, and months in your relationship. Without an intentional appointment to do a temperature check, unmet needs and resentments can build.

    6. Keep it sexy.

    What might change in your relationship if both you and your partner committed to increasing the behaviors you each find sexy and limiting those that aren't? think about this in the broadest form. 'sexy' can certainly refer to bedroom preferences, but it also represents what excites us about our mate in our day-to-day lives. Do you find it sexy if he/she helps with the housework? do you find it 'unsexy' when he/she uses the restroom with the door wide open? talk about what it specifically means to 'keep it sexy' in your relationship. Be amazed, be humored, be inspired!

    7. Get it o

    Unless you have committed to an asexual partnership, sex, sexual contact and touching (kissing, holding hands, cuddling etc.) are vital components of a romantic relationship. The frequency is of course, up to you and it's imperative that you discuss your ideas about it in order to prevent resentment. Rare are the moments when both partners are 'in the mood' at the exact same second, but that doesn't mean that you have to decline their advances. Remind yourself that you will almost always 'get there' after the first few minutes and that an intimate interaction of any kind builds connection and elevates your mood and health. Bear in mind that you are never required to say 'yes.' if you truly don't feel it, the best thing you can do is to postpone. Just make sure that you initiate or accept within a reasonable amount of time thereafter.

    8. Make your apology count.

    It's well understood that apologizing is a good thing but it only makes a real impact when you mean it. Saying things like 'i'm sorry you feel that way' or 'i'm sorry you see it that way' are a waste of time and breath. Even if you don't agree that your action was wrong, you will never successfully argue a feeling.

    Accept that your mate feels hurt and from this place, a real apology can have a significant impact. When you love your partner and hurt them (intentionally or not) you can always legitimately apologize for the pain you caused regardless of your perspective on what you did or didn't do.

    You are now, officially armed with the comprehensive exercise routine to fully reshape your relationship. Trim the fat and build your hottest relationship for life!
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