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I am 18 years old male my problem is that I am having too many pimples or acne on my forehead which are very irritative for me in washing face and all so please help me out and please tell me what to eat and what to use on it.
I have pimples on my face so how can I remove pimples from my face and I am not using any kinds of medicines so so please give me suggestion.
During Summer season my fingers become excessive dry and cuts appear on them It becomes very difficult to do household chores. Kindly suggest any cream or lotion.
Hi sir I am komal thappa. 21 year old. I am very slim I want to increase my weight please give me useful advice.
I am 16 year old. I have many pimples on my face. Since from 1 year. The doctor told me that it is infection. I do full treatment but some pimples again occurring on my face.
I have dandruff problem from last 2 years. I tried all market shampoos and basic natural ideas. Still my dandruff not gone. I have also taken topisal lotion and better shampoo based o recommendation of o e doctor that also not helped me. Please help me out.
I am suffering from very large pimples on my face can you suggest me some ways to prevent it and cure it?
I suffer hair fall last 5-6 years. Before 2 year I face small pocks which result hairfall speedily. dandruff also create itching. I am using mintop 10% with folly hair caps. Give me proper treatment suggestion & proper diet chart.
Osteoporosis is a condition characterised by the loss of normal bone density, resulting in fragile bone. It leads to the literally abnormally porous bone that is more compressible like a sponge, than dense like a brick. This disorder of the skeleton weakens the bone causing an increase in the risk of fracture. Normal bone is composed of protein, collagen, and calcium all of which give bone its strength. Bones that are affected by osteoporosis can break with a relatively minor injury that normally would not cause a bone fracture. The fracture can be either in the form of cracking or collapsing. The spine, hips, and wrist are common areas of bone fractures from osteoporosis, although osteoporosis-related fracture can also occur in almost any skeletal bone.
The prevalence of osteoporosis and osteoporotic-related fracture increases markedly with age, reflecting the age-related decline in bone mass and the increased risk of falling in elderly. Fracture-related to osteoporosis are a major public health problem.
The strength of bones can be determined by bone mass density. Generally, the higher the bone density, the stronger are the bones. Bone density is greatly influenced by genetic factors, which in turn are sometimes modified by environmental factors and medications. Normally bone density accumulates during childhood and reaches a peak by around 25. It is then maintained for about 10 yrs. After 35yrs of age, both men and women will normally lose 0.3% to 0.5% of their bone density per year as a part of the ageing process. Estrogen is important in maintaining bone density in women. When estrogen level drops after menopause bone loss accelerates. Accelerated bone loss after menopause is a major cause of osteoporosis in women. Patient with osteoporosis has no or very less sun until a bone fracture occurs.
Osteoporosis: porous bones-
Bones that have thinned from inside due to mineral loss are vulnerable to fractures. However, osteoporosis is both preventable and treatable.
What causes osteoporosis?
A diet lacking in essential nutrients, a hormone imbalance (common after menopause) and lack of regular exercise all contribute to osteoporosis.
Other causes- endocrine disorders such diabetes, thyroid over activity, excessive adrenal or parathyroid hormones, nutritional disorders such as anorexia nervosa, smoking. Certain drugs like corticosteroid, anticonvulsant drugs, sedatives, heparin, alcohol also increase the chances of secondary osteoporosis. Poor diet, low body weight and highly trained athlete.
Osteoporotic fracture- vertebral crush: bone weakness and collapses, leading to height loss. Fractures occur on the front side of the vertebra, causing hunched-over posture.
Hormone and bone growth: oestrogen replacement therapy is often recommended by doctors for post-menopausal women to prevent bone loss. Progesterone and DHEA are hormones vital to bone health.
Do men get osteoporosis?
Yes, but less often than women; 35%of us women and 10% of men age 60 and over have osteoporosis. Men have more bone mass and don't go through drastic hormonal upheavals of menopause.
Astronaut osteoporosis: Space travellers lose bone mass after a long period of weightlessness. The problem is caused by disuse. It is also seen in paralysis victims and people with severe fractures.
Colles fracture: wrist of forearm breaks when a person breaks fall with hands. The hip fracture may lead to serious complications. Up to half of elderly patients end up in nursing homes after hip fracture.
Common symptoms of osteoporosis:
Pain bones and lower back
2. Height loss (average about 1.5 inches every 10yrs after menopause)
3. Night cramps in legs and feet.
4. Dowager is a lump, a forward bending of the spine.
5. Extreme fatigue
A. A history of broken bones especially spine, hip or wrist
B. A family history of osteoporosis
C. Removal of ovaries or loss of periods before the age of 45
D. Primary hyperthyroidism
E. Low body weight, slim, less than 125 lbs
F. Use of steroids, anticonvulsant drugs
H. Age more than 50
I. Post menopause
J. Low level of physical activity
K. A heavy caffeine user, consuming more than 3 cups coffee, tea or cola per day on regular basis.
L. High levels of alcohol intake, more than 2drinks per day
Do's and dont's
The patient should expose his skin to direct sunlight as much as possible.
Food rich in calcium like skimmed milk, natural yoghurt, dried fish, almonds, broccoli etc are useful&nbsp;
Laxatives and antacids containing aluminium should be avoided.
Bone density check can determine the disease. It is similar to x-ray. The patient lies on the bed and the machine measures the density of bone in two places, the lower back and hip. This test takes 10-15 mins.
Homoeopathy and osteoporosis
Homoeopathy fits into the class of therapeutic method that augments the body's own immune system. The basis of homoeopathy called the principle of similars, suggests that the microdose of substance will heal whatever the pattern of symptoms caused by a larger dose. This principle is also observed in the use of vaccinations, allergic treatments, though homoeopathic medicines are considered both smaller and safer in doses and more individualised to the person they are being used to treat.
There are lots of homoeopathic drugs indicated for osteoporosis like calc carb, calc phos, gensing, ginkgo biloba, cimicifuga, silica, etc. But before going for any homoeopathic medicine totality of symptoms should be considered.
I have suffers from hair fall and after two years I am going from hair dandruff problem what type of shampoo can I use? What I do for this type problem?
I am 23 years old, I am suffering from hair loss, growth, break, damage and am taking good diet related to hair growth and other problems. Kindly advice me for future benefit.
I have a hair fall problem my hairs very thin and because hair fall my hairs are getting more thin I really need a help to grow my hair thick and healthy can you please me suggest me some medication.
Hello. My thighs is very thick I doing running nd gym workout. Bt my things still as usual. please tell me wat should I do to remove extra fat from thighs.
I want to gain weight. Suggest me some food to eat to gain weight other than fruits and precautions I should take.
- a person suffering from insomnia wakes up often during night and have trouble in going back to sleep again.
- or wakes up too early in morning
- or failure to maintain sleep
- or difficulty in falling asleep or the person goes late to sleep and feels very tired after waking uo.
Types of insomia- insomnia can be primary or secondary
Primary insomnia- when the sleeplessness is not associated with any kind of health problem it is termed as primary insomnia.
Secondary insomnia- when sleeplessness is associated with some health related problem like depression, asthma, arthritis, cancers it is said to be secondary insomnia.
Insomnia can be acute which is short lasting, where the problem last for one night to few weeks. Or it may be chronic which may last for 3 nights a week for a month or longer.
Some sleep disorders are caused by physical problems, the treatment of which can make sleeplessness disappear. Some are caused by medications and can be resolved by a change of prescriprion. Still others are caused by poor sleep habbits, such as too much napping which can be broken with education and efforts.
Below are some helpful hints for getting a good night rests:-
1. Maintain a regular sleep schedule. Getting up at the same time every morning synchronises the body's biological clock.
2. Keep the bedroom for sleeping. Don not read, watch tv or eat in bed.
3. If you do not fall asleep within 20 mins of going to bed, get up and read or listen to quite music untill you get sleepy.
4. Limit daytime naps.
5. Take 20-30 minutes warm bath before bed.
6. Drink a glass of milk just before bed.(warm or cold)
7. Avoid caffeinated beverages and chocolate in the afternoon and evening.
8. Don't drink alcohol before bed time. It can cause sleeplessness at night.
9. Exercise during the day but not before going to bed.
10. According to Dr. Anna wriz - justice leader of the research team at psychiatric university clinic of chronobiology ans sleep laboratory, switzerland, keeping the hands and feet warm in cold bedroom induces sleep quickly.
Bakery Bread is calorie bomb:
The starches in bread get broken down quickly in the digestive tract and enter the bloodstream as glucose.
White bread has high glycemic index because it's made from refined grains that are rapidly absorbed during digestion, causing sharp spikes in blood sugar and insulin levels and increases risk for weight gain, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol and heart disease.
Even whole wheat bread spikes blood sugar faster than many candy bars!
When blood sugar goes up rapidly, it tends to go down just as quickly. When blood sugar goes down, we become hungry.
Bread contains lots of Gluten
Wheat contains a large amount of a protein called gluten. Gluten is a troublesome protein that appears to be doing more damage to our health than we initially thought. This protein has glue-like properties (hence the name gluten) responsible for dough’s viscoelastic properties.
This is found in traces in wheat, barley, and rye — pretty much any bread or pasta product has it. (Rice and corn are absolutely free from it)
It is believed that 30-50% or more of the population is gluten sensitive, thus are deteriorating their health by eating wheat.
Side effects of gluten
Low Nutrient Absorption
The only way to really know if you’re gluten sensitive is to remove gluten from your diet for 30 days and then reintroduce it and see whether it affects you.
Bread contains anti-nutrient substances
Most bread also contains the “anti-nutrient” phytic acid.
Phytic acid is a molecule that strongly binds essential minerals like calcium, iron and zinc, preventing them from being absorbed. This aggravates vitamin D deficiency.
Bread is extremely low in essential nutrients
There is NO nutrient in bread that you can’t get from other foods in even greater amounts.
Here are some other statistics about the huge loss of nutrients when white bread is made:
About 50% of all calcium is lost
70% of phosphorus
80% of iron
98% of magnesium
75% of manganese
50% of potassium and
65% of copper is destroyed when white bread is made.
80% of thiamin, 60% of riboflavin, 75% of niacin, 50% of pantothenic acid.
About 50% of Pyridoxine is also lost.
Bread raises the bad cholestrol
What this means is that whole wheat significantly harms blood lipids and may drastically raise risk of heart disease.
Myth: whole wheat is healthy
Whole Wheat is Just “Less Bad” Than Refined Wheat
It’s like comparing unfiltered cigarettes to filtered cigarettes. Filtered cigarettes are less harmful, but that does not make them healthy.
The ‘SAID’ healthy bread is also very rich in phytic acid.
Bleaching process ads toxins to the flour which may lead to cancer
The flour that is made into white bread is bleached with benzoyl peroxide. The bleaching process does nothing to clean the flour. It has no purpose other than to make the product more visually appealing, so that consumers will be more likely to purchase it. In the process, benzoyl peroxide creates free radicals and benzoic acid. Free radical species are well known to contribute to DNA damage and aging, and benzoic acid can cause contact irritation, discomfort, weakness, and malaise. When ingested, the agent can cause headache, nervousness, nausea, and vomiting.
In addition to the health effects mentioned above, benzoic acid also contributes to the destruction of beneficial intestinal bacteria. This increases chances of colon carcinoma.
Evils together- ketchup, jam and butter
Most common companions of bread are butter, jam and sauce/ketchup
Jam – High sugarà High glycemic index à Diabetes
Butter – High in saturated fatty acid. Main cause of heart diseases.
Ketchup – High acetic acid content – causes acidity, electrolyte imbalance.
High salt à High blood pressure.
>80 % part of catch up is non-nutritious.