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Salt - Know Good & Bad About It!

Salt - Know Good & Bad About It!

The salt content in food is a natural fact. People prefer salt in their food items in order to have taste, but medical research studies have suggested that excessive intake of salt leads the individuals to suffer from high blood pressure which is harmful to their wellbeing. Over the past century, medical research has become quite advanced. According to various researches, high consumption of salt in food can make the health conditions of the individuals get worse to a wide extent. Not only high blood pressure but consuming too much salt or sodium can cause heart complications for the individuals. However, the doctors have prescribed that the salt in the diet can have some health advantages which can positively impact the health conditions of the people.

Pros of containing salt in diet:

  1. Salt helps to control the blood sugar levels thereby improving insulin sensitivity
  2. Salt can act as a natural antihistamine, i.e., improving an allergic reaction or ensuring prevention from an asthma attack
  3. Salt intake helps to maintain proper stomach pH
  4. Sleep quality can also be improved through the intake of salt by suppressing stress and pressure from the individuals
  5. It also helps the body to function properly by enabling the nerves and the muscles to work appropriately
  6. Moreover, the intake of salt in the diet can also regulate blood pressure and volume

Apart from all these beneficial factors, medical science has listed certain drawbacks or cons of intake of salt that can affect the health conditions of the people. Scientists have proved and showed evidence that excess of salt in the diet can cost various innocent lives.

The negative factors of excessive salt intake have been listed below:

  1. Though salt level can regulate the blood pressure but intake of excessive salt leads to putting up the blood pressure to a considerable extent affecting their health conditions
  2. People can also suffer from hypertension and heart failures due to excessive consumption of salt in the food
  3. Stomach cancer, kidney stones and obesity can also be caused due to salty diet
  4. Intake of an excessive amount of salt leads to chronic fluid retention leading to heart failures
  5. Salt intake can cause obesity and vascular dementia
  6. Osteoporosis is also another danger that can take place in the people due to the intake of salt in their food.

Thus from the overall discussion, it can be said that medical researchers have thoroughly generated their views regarding the fact that salt or sodium intake can leave both the positive and negative impacts on the lives of the people. Hence, it is widely recommended by the doctors that people must reduce their salt consumption in their diet to reduce blood pressure and maintain a healthy living.

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Sunglasses - Essential Or Mere A Style?

Sunglasses - Essential Or Mere A Style?

Sunglasses are an important part of the accessories you use in summer or at any time of the year. They help you to look fashionable and stylish and also make a pretty good style statement. But is that the only job of sunglasses? Or do they have something more to them? Here are a few reasons why sunglasses are more than just a style statement: 

  1. The decrease in eye problems - Generally, you use sunscreen to protect your skin from the Sun. Similarly, sunglasses protect your eyes from the harmful UV rays of the sun. It is extremely important for you to protect the eyes so that the harmful UV rays cannot enter the sensitive eye tissue and harm them. If you do not use sunglasses, then you have a higher chance of damaging your eye tissue than a person who uses them regularly. Yes, it is also true that the strong UV rays can cause serious permanent damage to your eyes.
  2. Protection from other environmental components - Not only is the sun harmful to your eyes, but also the wind can be extremely dangerous for them. Dirt, sand, dust particles can fly into your eyes even when just a breeze is blowing. On a windy day, damage can be much more. If you are wearing sunglasses when out on a windy day, they act as a shield to your eyes against the wind and the particles, which might enter your eye.
  3. Helps clear vision - It's often difficult to have a clear vision when out in the Sun. The bright sunlight doesn’t give you the clarity in vision. Without protection, you will have reduced vision as the bright light of the Sun might cause you to discomfort in your eyes and limit your vision as you will have to squint in the bright light.
  4. Helps prevent ageing - Although it might sound a bit surprising, wearing sunglasses actually helps in preventing ageing. The bright rays of the sun cause you to squint and this causes the age lines to appear. So, if you wear sunglasses and your eyes are protected from the bright sunlight, then you will not be squinting anymore, and hence it will not cause the age lines to appear before time.

So now, before you think that sunglasses only make you look good, think again about how they actually do much more than that.

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Overeating - How To Administer It In Kids?

Overeating - How To Administer It In Kids?

Are you concerned about your child’s overeating? Overeating may seem like a harmless act in the beginning, but it is in this that the root of childhood obesity lies. The germ that overeating, seeds in your child’s life, will affect him/her throughout their life. It is certainly a point of concern for anyone and to keep your child healthy and active, you must take precautionary measures from beforehand.

There are some, tips that you may find helpful to rein in the overeating behavior of your child. These tips are very simple and psychology based, they motivate your child to not overstuff their stomach.

  1. Make your child enjoy and love the food they are eating. Show them how much you are “enjoying” the food rather than just “eating” it. It should be like a celebration.
  2. Teach your children how to understand the difference between being full and overeating. Tell them to listen to their stomach and feel their stomach being full of the food; and consequently stop there, rather than going on eating. Your stomach sends a signal when it is on the threshold of being full and overfull. Your child needs to understand that signal and stop eating.
  3. Try to avoid power struggles both in the case of forcing them to eat or forcing them not to eat. If your child does not want to eat the food, don’t force-feed them. That creates a lasting impression and your child develops an aversion to food items. Rather, leave the food on the table and let your child know that they have access to the food and they can eat whenever they feel like it. Ultimately a hungry stomach will give in and he/she will return to the table. If your child wants to eat more someday, then he/she wants it because they are hungry that particular day, not because they are overeating. Plan some kind of activity after dinner or lunch, such as washing the plates, cleaning the kitchen, so that the food gets digested easily and quickly.
  4. Some foods act as a trigger for overeating. Savoury items such as chips, cheese balls, pizzas, etc. and sweet items such as chocolates, ice creams, cookies, candies, etc. fall in this category. These are palatable and are attractive to the kids. It is hard to stop consuming them and in certain cases becomes addictive. You need to teach your child the harm that these foods are causing to their health. Teach them with the help of pictures and videos the effects of diabetes, obesity and other such diseases on the human body.

Your child needs to love the food that they are eating and it is there that they will form a healthy relationship with food.

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What Should You Do To Control Your Diabetes?

What Should You Do To Control Your Diabetes?
For diabetic patients, missing out on prescribed medicines is at times beneficial. True or False. Take this quiz to know now
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My mother age is 57 and she has high sugar 354 she is taking a medicine named metformin of 2000 mg. Plus her bp is also high she takes a medicine amlovas for that. Whenever she goes to the doctor they just increases the mg of the medicine. Should we change the doctor.

My mother age is 57 and she has high sugar 354 she is taking a medicine named metformin of 2000 mg. Plus her bp is al...
Hello, thanks that drug alone is not helping in achie for the query. Madam I have seen the details given. However, the information very scanty. It is necessary to specifically fasting, pp glucose levels and hba1c%. Plus lipid profile, bp readings, extent of physical activity (exercise). Metformin 2000 mg is a fairly high dose. If that is not helping in achieving desired control then there is a need to upgrade the treatment. So you may consider changing the doctor locally. Or you may send the above details on line here, so that I can give a specific guidance and if required even prescribe necessary drugs. Ideally in a well controlled diabetes patient fasting glucose should be < 100 mg or closer to 100 mg, pp should be 150 mg to 170 mg and hba1c% < 6.8% thanks.
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I have acne problem I was using ahaglow face wash the acne is reduced but my face is full of black brown spots now can I use kojivit gel to reduce the marks? I have oily sensitive skin type.

I have acne problem I was using ahaglow face wash the acne is reduced but my face is full of black brown spots now ca...
No. Treatment depends on the grade of pigment skin. Do direct online consultation for prescription by sending photo.
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How to confirm person has celiac disease or gluten allergy? Is ttg-iga is sufficient to diagnose it?

How to confirm person has celiac disease or gluten allergy?
Is ttg-iga is sufficient to diagnose it?
Two blood tests can help diagnose it: serology testing looks for antibodies in your blood. Elevated levels of certain antibody proteins indicate an immune reaction to gluten. Genetic testing for human leukocyte antigens (hla-dq2 and hla-dq8) can be used to rule out celiac disease.
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I have concern regarding mental health issues or couldn't concentrate on working things. Please suggest me.

I have concern regarding mental health issues or couldn't concentrate on working things. Please suggest me.
Need to take anxiety relieving medicines for proper treatment. Please consult with me on my private chat window for full treatment details.
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Pimples - How To Get Rid Of Them?

Pimples - How To Get Rid Of Them?

Pimples are the bane of a teenager’s life. Pimples or acne are caused when an oily substance called sebum produced by the skin clogs pores. This provides a fertile breeding ground for bacteria and before you know it, pimples pop up. Though they are not a health risk, severe acne can cause permanent scars. So it’s best to prevent pimples rather than deal with the skin blemishes and scars due to it.

Read on for hot tips for managing pimples

  1. Keep your face clean: Wash face twice to remove grime, dead skin cells, and extra oil from skin surface which can breed bacteria and cause pimples. Washing more often than twice daily can be counterproductive, though. Always use warm and not hot water as the heat can strip oils from the skin and cause premature ageing. Try also to stick to a mild facial cleanser in favour of a harsh soap. Men should avoid deodorant body soaps as these can irritate the already inflamed skin.
  2. Don't scrub: If you have pimples, don’t scrub your face with an exfoliating glove or coarse cloth. This can help spread the infection to the other parts of the skin. Use a soft cloth instead.
  3. Moisturize: If you use products to get rid of pimples, they can leave your skin dry and stretchy. Use a moisturiser to minimise dryness and skin peeling. Look for "noncomedogenic" on the label of moisturisers, which means they will not cause pimples.
  4. Use an over-the-counter acne product to tackle pimples: These can be bought without a prescription and contain ingredients such as benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, glycolic acid, or lactic acid, which curb bacteria and remove excess oil from the skin. These products can cause drying or peeling of skin so start with a small amount at first. You can also use a topical retinoid gel which prevents pimples from forming. Use this gel sparingly if you have sensitive skin.
  5. Stay off makeup during a pimple breakout: Avoid wearing foundation, powder, or blush as these are especially harmful. If you do have to wear makeup, wash it off before sleeping at night. Choose oil-free cosmetics without added dyes and chemicals and one which are labelled as "noncomedogenic". Always read the ingredients list on the product label before buying.
  6. Watch products that you use on your hair: Avoid using oils, pomades, or gels on your hair. These can irritate your skin if they get on your face. Always use a gentle shampoo and conditioner. If you have oily hair, keep them off your face as they can add more oil to your face. Wash your hair often, especially if you're breaking out.
  7. Don’t pick and squeeze pimples: This can make your pimple breakout worse.

Hi, Half of my hair fall off it used to be so thick and dry now it's thinner and not as dry. My scalp makes this paste after I shower it returns. I think my scalp is oily but my hair is dry. I do not have dandruff. I'm only 16 and do not think it's all because of school stress but I've moved to Egypt and think maybe the water is bad.

Hi, Half of my hair fall off it used to be so thick and dry now it's thinner and not as dry. My scalp makes this past...
Hair fall are due to the weak follicle cells, which with help in growth of our hair. So, when damage follicle cells then it affect on hair. If your mother or any family member had a history of hair fall then you suffering from genetic cause hair fall. If don't have any then use a good quality shampoo or better once consult with doctor.
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I have a problem of acne over face ,neck and back. What type of products should I use to reduce them?

I have a problem of acne over face ,neck and back. What type of products should I use to reduce them?
This is the normal general phenomenon regarding puberty, no need to disturb, and skin types also matters, know your skin type n then use regarding it.
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My arms are skinny as compared to my whole body ratio since many years, for this I worked out at home for a month but didn't get any result even it looses more. Since I do not have any family doctor to consult it, I want to gain some fat or thickness to my arms. People told me that it is okay, it is not a problem some people have this kind of body type. What can I do for this? Is it a problem to worry about? And second can I take horlicks protein plus or proteins with my milk for 1-2 month?

My arms are skinny as compared to my whole body ratio since many years, for this I worked out at home for a month but...
Dear user, hope you are doing well. Gaining weight by the natural way helps to keep your weight steady and healthy. If your average calorie intake is smaller than your calorie expenditure, you won’t gain weight. Weight gain needs to take care of your diet and lifestyle for the whole day. Tips never work to achieve your target, but you may do certain changes like avoid gaps in between two meals, add a healthy meal and reduce junk meal. You may add paneer, potatoes, legumes, nuts in your diet. We are having weight gain program which based on customising diet, no medicine, no herbs, no starvation along with clinic fitness so there is no side effect. You can connect us through private consult or through our website.
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Hi, I am 20 year old female. I want to loose my weight which is very much. I do lot of exercise but nothing is happening. And I have pcod. So please suggest me something so I can reduce my weight.

Hi, I am 20 year old female. I want to loose my weight which is very much. I do lot of exercise but nothing is happen...
Hey lybrate-user, happy to see you are doing good workout. But if your eating pattern or diet habits are not healthy no workout will help you. Diet and workout both go hand in hand. So when you want to lose weight for long term process you should start working on eating habits and lifestyle changes which includes mindful eating and regular activity (you do not need lot of exercise, you need consistency). Start writing a diary for your food habits so that you can understand what needs to improve. But remember your weight loss depends 80 percent on your diet and 20% on workout. And as you have a pcod you need to start making lifestyle changes. Giving you some simple habits you can start with: 1) start having frequent meal pattern with a gap of 2-3 hours. 2) include more of fibre rich foods like fruit, salads,sprouts. (can add them as mid meal) 3)maintain good water intake. More than 2 ltrs atleast. 4) be regular for activities. 5) have good sleep 6) avoid eating junk meals include more healthy meals. And I will suggest you keep a check on your inch loss as change in inches is good sign that you are losing unwanted fats. Do not lose your mind. Be patient and committed you will definitely lose weight. Best of luck.
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Brow Lifts - Know Everything About It!

Brow Lifts - Know Everything About It!

A Brow Lift, also called a Forehead Lift, is a surgical cosmetic procedure that corrects flaws in the skin above the eyes. It flattens the lines and wrinkles on the skin, tightens sagging skin that appears with advancing age and restores youthful skin. More and more people are undergoing the treatment every year with a high rate of success. 

Features that can be corrected with Brow Lifts 

  1. Sagging and horizontal eyebrows that create an expression of exhaustion 
  2. Deep horizontal folds on the skin of the forehead 
  3. Excess fatty skin that droops over the eyelids 
  4. Frown lines between the eyebrows 

Types of brow lift and the respective procedures 

  1. Traditional or Coronal Brow Lift: The patient is put under general anesthesia and an incision is made on the forehead, just below the hair line to hide the scar. The excess skin is removed and the necessary skin tissues are lifted and tightened for a smooth appearance. Finally, the incision is stitched up. 
  2. Endoscopic Brow Lift: This surgery is also done under general anesthesia but many tiny incisions are made on the scalp. An endoscope is put in through the incisions so that the area of surgery is seen on a computer screen. Other surgical instruments are used to lift the skin tissue of the forehead, re position the eyebrows and remove all the extra skin and muscle tissue. Then, the incisions are closed with stitches. Temporal 
  3. Incision Brow Lift: This procedure is done with eyelid surgery. It requires larger incisions than those of endoscopic brow lift and these cuts are made just above the temples. Then the tissues above the eyebrows are re-positioned. The extra tissues between the eyebrows are also removed to flatten the frown lines. 

Post-surgical care and recovery 
You have to stop smoking and taking anti-inflammatory or blood thinning medication for a few weeks before and after the surgery. Using a cold compress is recommended in case of post-surgical pain. Your head needs to be kept elevated when lying down for a few days. You should have gauze and clean towels in case there are minor bleeds. There may also be slight swelling and bruising on the non-operated areas of the face. The pain and itching sensations experienced during recovery are milder in case of traditional brow lift than in case of endoscopic brow lift.