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Hello mam I have dark brown spots on my cheeks bone but after applying hydroquinone cream prescribed by dermatologist it's spreading all over my face. please suggest. Help me please to fade and stop spreading.
Recently, I had a back pain. Doctor said I have a slip disc, but my age is just 30, moreover I hit the gym regularly. Maintained a healthy weights. Just because of this slip disc, I have stopped everything as because having a good and healthy body but a painful life is not a worthy thing. Doc had suggested a few exercise and not to bend forward. How could it be? Is it curable? please suggest me.
Follow these steps to remove the belly fat fast:
1. Work up a sweat
If your not a gym rat then go for basic exercises like run marathons. Running will burn lots of calories and increase the metabolism. Set up a certain limit like around 2 – 3 km’s and start the practice to run or run in the open spaces around 10 – 20 rounds.
Besides running, the cardiovascular exercises like swimming, cycling, skipping, dancing, jogging are the whole body exercises. 1 mc burger equals to 350 calories. So, to burn that you need to cycle for 5.0 miles.
Go for simple and primary exercises like squats, pushups, crunches, calf raises, burpees, running planks. You need not necessarily hit a gym if you practice doing these exercises at home.
People who cannot do all the above exercises can simply go for strolls or brisk walks.
Furthermore, don’t follow a sedentary lifestyle. Indulge in doing the household chores, household jobs like gardening, not using the elevator.
2. Don’t be a night owl
A good sleep is between 8 pm – 5 am. But it’s impossible for us to set such sleeping hours. Although try to have a good sleep and be an early bird. Sleep at least for 8 hours. More importantly, follow the same timings while hitting the bed and waking up. Ensure to maintain a gap of 2 hrs between dinner and hitting the hay. Do yoga before going to bed. It soothes the body. Don’t go for big meals at night.
3. Manage stress
Believe me, stress is your biggest enemy. It may be anxiety or worry. Everyone has a common tendency to stress out over teensy weensy things to the great problems of life. When you flunk a test, if you haven’t prepared for the exam, when you look unappealing with a big tummy, you didn’t ace something, have loads of work to do in the office, when the company is at a huge loss, the first dish you try is a big flop, at times of hardships, when you want to buy a big car like your neighbor, having unsatisfied cravings, when your girlfriend/boyfriend ditched you, all these lead to the hideous feeling “worry”.
When the stress increases also the stress hormone cortisol increases. This will result in several symptoms like depression, exhaustion, insomnia, no glowing face, weight gain. Well, this is the time when you need to think street-smart.
4. Excessive carbohydrate intake
Carbohydrates are two kinds simple (bad) carbs and complex (good) carbs. Now, why the simple carbs are bad and complex carbs are good? this is because the simple carbs have a tendency to break easily in the body and release so much energy which the body doesn’t know where to store and converts it into fat. This fat is stored as belly fat. But the complex carbs do not break easily so they do not release much energy.
5. Consuming too many calories? make a count of calories
Of course, the foods which we consume on the daily basis will contain some proportion of calories. What we need to ensure is that whatever food we take should have fewer calories. Make a calorie count on how many calories you’re taking per day. If the calorie count is high you will gain fat, if it’s low you will lose fat. A woman should eat 2000 calories per day and a man needs 2500 calories intake.
6. Good protein intake
Proteins greatly burn the fat. They build & repair the muscles, skin, bones, blood. We need to maintain a ratio of more proteins and a fewer carbohydrate in our everyday diet. Devour proteins thrice a day. The protein rich foods are eggs, low-fat milk, whey proteins, high protein meat & seafood, peanut butter, nuts, smoothie drinks. Also, gulp down more protein shakes.
7. Drink more water
Drinking much water not only keeps you hydrated but also burn the calories intake instantly as its calorie free. Water contains a lot of proteins. It uplifts the muscles. A human body has up to 60% of water which means they are ample amounts of nutrients. So, drink at least 2l a day.
Many people are counterproductive about the hydration levels in our body. Actually, the pee must be clear and have a tinge of yellow which indicates that you are well hydrated. And a pee which is deep yellow indicates dehydration.
8. Love the rush
The adrenaline rush is the only superpower human beings have. –
Occasionally, go for the adventure activities like bungee jumps, trekking, rappeling (descending a mountain or a rock), plunge into the water (coasteering, scuba diving), walk the ropes. These activities will boost your blood pressure and metabolism.
9. Proper diet
Foods to must include in your everyday diet