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I have unwanted hair on my nose and near eyes please suggest me something permanent solution of this.
I have got a partial tear in Anterior Cruciate Ligament. I want to know whether running or skipping or any gym exercises effect my leg or what?
I am having leg pain for many days. And also having headache from that I cant sleep well. Please help me to get rid of this?
I am 19 years old. I have pain in my arms. I had tried a lot of medicines but nothing could have cured. What should I do?
I have swelling in my legs but I have no disease at all. Because of swelling I have pain in my legs.Please help sir .
I am losing my hair please tell a solution to resolve it and white hair is also cmng in hair growth please tell a solution to resolve it.
Hi I'm sumesh, 28yr old. I'm suffering from premature hair loss and baldness. Right now I'm using minoxidil tropical solution usp 5 %and trichoz vitamin tablets. Please advice if I could have any option to maintain my balance hair and possible way for hair regrowth.
My skin over the upper lip has become white due to hair dye on the mustache. How to get back to the normal skin colour. I have applied various medicines including ayurveda. Please help.
Sir. I Am suffering from pain that is under my knee from last six months! This is not joint pain! I have took treatment from an orthopadics . After xray there was no problem found. He suggested me to do exercise but I m already a hockey player. Suggest me Properly . Thanks
While walking in a hurry in home, I bang my legs smallest finger with wooden sofa leg. This incident has happened twice in a week. If movement of finger is done mild pain is there from past week. Their is a small swelling on the finger which is still not going. I have applied cipla omnigel. Please suggest medicine.
From few weeks I have body pains I feel weakness all time please suggest what can I do for permanent relief.
I am 23 years old and I have been facing hair problem last 2 years and have damaged badly past 6 or 7 month. I have be a like a taal in front part of my head. Please help me what I should do?
Dear Doctor, I am suffering from burning feet for last one year. I am taking some medicines after going through the some examination /investigations. Please advise me what to do? I have no sugar, no diabetes, no athletics feet, no gestro, but I am vegetarian. And I have performed my duty in Indian Army 26 years continuously.
Human hair, - while they're not a living part of your body, most people spend a good amount of time caring for their hair. The next time you're heading in for a haircut, think of these facts.
1. Facial hair grows faster than any other hair on the body. If you've ever had a covering of stubble on your face as you're clocking out at 5 o'clock you're probably pretty familiar with this. In fact, if the average man never shaved his beard it would grow to over 30 feet during his lifetime, longer than a killer whale.
2. Every day the average person loses 60-100 strands of hair. Unless you're already bald, chances are good that you're shedding pretty heavily on a daily basis. Your hair loss will vary in accordance with the season, pregnancy, illness, diet and age.
3. Women's hair is about half the diameter of men's hair. While it might sound strange, it shouldn't come as too much of a surprise that men's hair should be coarser than that of women. Hair diameter also varies on average between races, making hair plugs on some men look especially obvious.
4. One human hair can support 3.5 ounces. That's about the weight of two full size candy bars, and with hundreds of thousands of hairs on the human head, makes the tale of rapunzel much more plausible.
5. There are as many hairs per square inch on your body as a chimpanzee. Humans are not quite the naked apes that we're made out to be. We have lots of hair, but on most of us it's not obvious as a majority of the hairs are too fine or light to be seen.
6. Blondes have more hair. They're said to have more fun, and they definitely have more hair. Hair color determines how dense the hair on your head is. The average human has 100, 000 hair follicles, each of which is capable of producing 20 individual hairs during a person's lifetime. Blondes average 146, 000 follicles while people with black hair tend to have about 110, 000 follicles. Those with brown hair fit the average with 100, 000 follicles and redheads have the least dense hair, with about 86, 000 follicles.
7. The lifespan of a human hair is 3 to 7 years on average. While you quite a few hairs each day, your hairs actually have a pretty long life providing they aren't subject to any trauma. Your hairs will likely get to see several different haircuts, styles, and even possibly decades before they fall out on their own.
8. You must lose over 50% of your scalp hairs before it is apparent to anyone. You lose hundreds of hairs a day but you'll have to lose a lot more before you or anyone else will notice. Half of the hairs on your pretty little head will have to disappear before your impending baldness will become obvious to all those around you.
9. Human hair is virtually indestructible. Aside from it's flammability, human hair decays at such a slow rate that it is practically non-dis-integrative. If you've ever wondered how your how clogs up your pipes so quick consider this: hair cannot be destroyed by cold, change of climate, water, or other natural forces and it is resistant to many kinds of acids and corrosive chemicals.
If you ask people what the ideal sitting posture is, most if not all will reflexively offer some variation of 'sit up straight at 90. Or keep your back straight.' but the ideal sitting posture is a variable one or constanly changing one.
Frequent changes in sitting position: leaning the seat back while keeping feet flat on the floor, sitting back and propping your legs up on the desk, or crossing your legs. The real goal then should be to prevent any given structure or tissue from bearing the load of sitting for too long, that can be accomplished by regularly shifting position. If you are sitting so rigidly upright that it's effortful, you will be in an unnatural position that will increase the pressure on back and fatigue your back structures.
Finally, do not forget to take some relief from sitting altogether. Roughly once per hour, it is helpful to stand up, gently stretch your arms towards the ceiling, and take a deep breath.