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Hi Mujhe pata nahi ye seriously koi problem hai ya nahi pr mujhe aaj kal logo se irritation hone lagi h bhot jldi jhgde hote hai mere . Mera sir k dono sides 24 *7 pain hota h aur mujhe light se allergy jaisi hoti h kabhi kabhi . Mujhe andhere me rehna pasnd aa rha h . Aur mujhe aise time me neend bhot aati hai . Mai khush rehna bhi psnd nhi kr rhi hu kuchh dino se . Mujhe bss rone ka yaa toh jhgdne ka man krta h ?
My last periods date started from 9 oct to 16 oct, me and my boyfriend had done some stuff on 13th of November lyk he rubs his penis on vagina but not inserted by using protection but it tores and we stop nd he did not ejaculate near me but even now my periods not started and some times pain started in my stomach feels like it comes but it is not happening. Also sometimes I miss my periods earlier I am not sure if anything wrong or what, should I have to wait?
I feel pain my stomach from last 20 days. It is continuously for some time. Suddenly it gone. Suggest me what to do. I have consul doctor also but not relief.
Are you falling sick very frequently or get tired too soon? It could be most likely because your immunity is very low and your body has to fight harder to function properly. There are certain indicators which tell you that your immunity is low, and you must take quick action to avoid any major problem your body may encounter eventually.
Here are the telling pointers for lowered immunity.
1. Dehydration - Our body is made of 70% water. This goes to show how important water is, for it to function properly. Fluids help get rid of germs and other toxins from the body. It is very important to keep ourselves hydrated. At times, our body loses water, however we do not realize immediately. A good way to find this out is to keep a check on the colour of our urine. Ideally it should be transparent.
2. You are always unwell - It is a no brainer This is the clearest possible indicator that your immunity needs a boost. If every time there is a change in weather or you are around someone who has the flu/is sneezing, you get sick too then it is a clear indication that your body is unable to fight the germs.
3. Drinking water seems impure - Most parts of India doesn’t get pure drinking water and this happens to be a matter of grave concern. This doesn’t apply to only the poor and homeless; a lot of our population resides in localities where pure drinking water in not available. Therefore it is important to make sure you purify your drinking water. Always check your water purifier. In situations where one doesn’t have access to purifier, ensure that you boil and strain your drinking water.
4. You are forever stressed - Your work, family, personal and social obligations might be pulling you down and you are forever stressed or worried about something or the other. If you fall sick when already stressed, you body cannot fight the germs as it could if you are stress free. Chronic stress leads to your immunity being low and you falling sick repeatedly.
5. Your sugar cravings going up - We are all well aware that having a weakness for sweets poses a threat to your oral health and waistline. However, if it leads to a craving and you end up consuming too much, every day, it can lower your immunity by weakening the white blood cells. If the white blood cells are weak, the body loses its ability to fight the germs.
6. Your nasal passage feels dry - This is comparatively rare, but does happen to many people. While a dripping nose is bothersome, what is worrisome is a dry nasal passage. Germs linger in dry passages and one can have cold & flu frequently. Keeping a humidifier in the room might come handy.
7. You are overweight - Being overweight is never a good news. It leads to a multitude of diseases and also weakens your immunity. Once your body mass index is way above the allowed level, your body gets stuck in a vicious circle. An overweight body gives ways to health problems, which again affect your weight for instance, when hormonal imbalance happens.
8. Lack of energy - You are always tired. All you want to do is sleep, even after waking up from a good, long sleep. This is a clear indicator of low immunity. You need to regulate your diet & exercise, apart from ensuring you sleep a good eight hours in the night, instead of 8-10 hours throughout the day.
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Sir im 20 years old, male,i am having white hairs from 3 years I want to know the reason ,y these white hairs are coming in this early age.
Considering all the hard work it gets put through, it's surprising the penis doesn't experience more painful episodes. As all men know, there are any number of factors which can account for penis pain, some of which can have an impact on penis health. One of the more painful penis pain situations arises when a guy tears or otherwise damages his frenulum - so it's best to try to avoid situations that put the frenulum at risk!
What is it?
This is a not-so-secret secret: Despite all the time men spend with their penis and despite the importance they place upon it, most guys don't know what all the parts of the penis are. And many may have heard the word "frenulum" without knowing exactly what (or where) it is.
To put at ease any questions readers of this article may have in that area, the frenulum is the name given to the area of sensitive skin on the underside of the penis, right near the center of the head. In intact men, this is the part of skin that attached the foreskin to the penis. In circumcised men, there may be no frenulum; more likely, there is some remnant of the frenulum there. In many men, this area is especially sensitive, and stroking it while masturbating can be pleasurable.
In common conversation, the frenulum is often referred to as a guy's "banjo string."
- As indicated above, the penis is actually pretty resilient. Nonetheless, some things do cause penis pain, and a tear in the frenulum is one of them. Since there is a greater sensitivity in this area, a tear can lead to greater penis pain than a tear elsewhere. The frenulum is also located right "where the action is" where sex is concerned, so the pain can be significantly bothersome.
- In intact men, the most painful form of frenulum injury is when it tears and separates from the rest of the foreskin. Fortunately, this does not happen with great frequency. More common is a partial tear, and this can occur in both intact and circumcised men.
- And the most common culprit of these tears is rough, aggressive handling during sex. So if, for example, a man is increasingly using a "death grip" on his penis while masturbating - that is, he is squeezing it intensely tight while pumping up and down - he may increase the likelihood of a tear. Or if a man engages in sex which is not well-lubricated, the chances of a tear go up.
- Some researchers believe frenulum tears are becoming more common, based on a belief that sex (both partner-based and masturbatory) is becoming rougher, perhaps due to the increasing prevalence of pornography. This is based on an assumption that the "rougher" experience of sex in pornography is being replicated among everyday people. But this is based on anecdotal observations, not on any hard and fast evidence.
- If a guy does tear his frenulum, in addition to penis pain there may be some blood. Seeing a doctor is usually a good idea, although most often the tears heal on their own. However, healing requires that the penis be given a good rest for 4 to 6 weeks - which means no sex, including masturbation, during that time. In some cases, an operation may be required if the tear is severe or if it keeps recurring.
- Taking good care of the frenulum to avoid penis pain is strongly urged. One way to insure better penis health is to consistently make use of a superior penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Find one that includes L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is an amino acid that plays a role in helping penile blood vessels relax and expand. The latter is a neuroprotective ingredient that can help restore diminished sensation in the penis due to rough handling.
I am 16 year old. I am a girl. I daily brush my teeth but still my teeth are slightly yellow. So what can I do to make my teeth white fast? Please guide me advice.
Try these tips to help find the right balance in your life.*
1. Value yourself:
Treat yourself with kindness and respect, and avoid self-criticism. Make time for your hobbies and favorite projects, or broaden your horizons. Do a daily crossword puzzle, plant a garden, take dance lessons, learn to play an instrument or become fluent in another language.
2. Take care of your body:
Taking care of yourself physically can improve your mental health. Be sure to:
- Eat nutritious meals
- Avoid cigarettes
- Drink plenty of water
- Exercise, which helps decrease depression and anxiety and improve moods
- Get enough sleep. Researchers believe that lack of sleep contributes to a high rate of depression in college students.
3. Surround yourself with good people:
People with strong family or social connections are generally healthier than those who lack a support network. Make plans with supportive family members and friends, or seek out activities where you can meet new people, such as a club, class or support group.
4. Give yourself:
Volunteer your time and energy to help someone else. You'll feel good about doing something tangible to help someone in need — and it's a great way to meet new people.
5. Learn how to deal with stress:
Like it or not, stress is a part of life. Practice good coping skills: Try One-Minute Stress Strategies, do Tai Chi, exercise, take a nature walk, play with your pet or try journal writing as a stress reducer. Also, remember to smile and see the humor in life. Research shows that laughter can boost your immune system, ease pain, relax your body and reduce stress.
6. Quiet your mind:
Try meditating, Mindfulness and/or prayer. Relaxation exercises and prayer can improve your state of mind and outlook on life. In fact, research shows that meditation may help you feel calm and enhance the effects of therapy.
7. Set realistic goals:
Decide what you want to achieve academically, professionally and personally, and write down the steps you need to realize your goals. Aim high, but be realistic and don't over-schedule. You'll enjoy a tremendous sense of accomplishment and self-worth as you progress toward your goal..
8. Break up the monotony:
Although our routines make us more efficient and enhance our feelings of security and safety, a little change of pace can perk up a tedious schedule. Alter your jogging route, plan a road-trip, take a walk in a different park, hang some new pictures or try a new restaurant.
9. Avoid alcohol and other drugs:
Keep alcohol use to a minimum and avoid other drugs. Sometimes people use alcohol and other drugs to "self-medicate" but in reality, alcohol and other drugs only aggravate problems. For more information, see Alcohol and Other Drugs.
10. Get help when you need it:
Seeking help is a sign of strength — not a weakness. And it is important to remember that treatment is effective. People who get appropriate care can recover from mental illness and addiction and lead full, rewarding lives. See Resources for Stress and Mental Health for campus and community resources.