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I am a 33 years old having diabetes for past 4 years. For some time I am having some pain in my legs usually at night which results is not so good sleep.
I underwent an ACL operation on 8th December 2015. Then Physiotherapy for 2 months. I am still unable to run and sometimes I feel pain in the knee when I bend it completely or use stairs or do fast walking. I want to ask that after how much time, I could run or walk fastly or swim without pain. I am doing regular exercise of my knee for 15 mins like cardio, half Squats etc.
My head is aching from last week I get the medicine but it gave only temporary relief what should I do.
I am losing hair and I am so much tired? I olso tried medicines but am not getting any type of improvement please help me?
I am 6 fit long tall and slim guy and I want gain my weight and I run 2km daily in the morning. Can I keep exercise or not. I eat enough. Now you see that what would we do.
I want to gain weight at few years age I had taken weight gain supplemt which is not ayurvedic and have steriods in it. Due to which I have hormonal imbalance and have lots of acne and facial hairs on my face. I have heard about nutrigain is natural product but I am afraid because I think it too had steroids which will causes acne. I just want to know that should I try this or not or is it safe or not and please don't suggest me any diet just tell me is it worth to try or not?
Hello your tip was really useful. But I would like to know how to lose belly fat and thighs fat? I am working as hr so my job consist of sitting for long hours and I really do not get enough time to work out in that case what should I do? Can you help me with it?
I am 18 years old male having addiction of Internet. Its effect on my health please gove suggestions for it.
Sir, I had stone problem in my kidney. I had plenty of pain many times. So please suggest me want I do for this big problem. Last month I took a USG and that report found stone. Sir please guide me.
Hi this is sandeep I am getting lots of stress and I don't have mind stability is there any solution for this problem.
My wife 27 years old and recently she gave birth to baby 28 days back. She is suffering from piles and after motion she is getting more pain than labor pain She is saying. Which treatment would be better Ayurvedic, homeo or surgery? If she goes with any treatment will baby and mother will have side effects? please plz suggest me which treatment is better for permanent solution without having any side effects for baby as she will be feeding milk to baby.
If a person is suffering from depression. How can he get rid of poor sleeping habits and constant rumination. What about exercises and proper diet.
He same some sexual problem with his girl friend he can't do sex continuously as well as penis is getting loose while having sex with his girl friend.
Hello I'm an 18 y/o male. I hv very few facial hair and it seems that they are not going to grow more. I have bought a pack of Dr. Reddy's minoxidil without prescription. So should I continue using it. And please tell me if there is any side effects of using it.
I'm 19. I used to masturbate daily but now I have reduced it to twice a week but I feel week. How to overcome this problem and gain strength?
Infertility, a condition of the reproductive system that prevents the conception of children after regular intercourse for a period of one year without the use of any contraceptive, may arise from different health conditions which can make getting pregnant difficult.
Semen is a rite of passage for men. It is a tell-tale sign of being very virile and masculine. It marks the climax of a very happy sexual encounter. The man has a powerful orgasm and the woman is there to witness the power of that orgasm. Semen is needed in both of these examples and without the right amount and quality, everything falls apart. The man is not able to impregnate his wife or have the powerful orgasm that both he and his partner want him to experience.
Studies show that the semen of the average man today has half the normal sperm, and is of poorer quality, than 50 years ago. This is believed to be caused by exposure to xenoestrogens (pcbs, ddt, dioxin, other pesticides, plastics and industrial pollutants) that mimic the effects of oestrogen.
Research shows that there are plenty of men who are having a hard time impregnating their wives because their sperm count is too low. Although it is often blamed on the female when a couple is not able to conceive, men can also have fertility problems if their sperm count is too low, according to the journal complete source for natural health and wellness (alive).
Heat can reduce sperm production; sitting for long periods of time and wearing of tight-fitting underwear that constricts the testes can also elevate temperatures long enough to suppress sperm production.
Wearing of nylon or tight underwear can cause heat for the scrotum, thereby pressing the testes and causing an increase in the temperature which affects the sperm quality. The impact of xenoestrogens can be prevented or minimised by doing the following:
- reduce chemical exposure;
- use office paper products whitened without chlorine.
- use only non-bleached coffee filters, paper, napkins and toilet tissue to reduce dioxin exposure.
- eat organic food as much as possible to avoid pesticides and herbicides.
- avoid synthetic deodorants and cosmetics; use only organic products whenever possible.
- avoid animal products with a high fat content that contain hormones, especially conventional milk and dairy products.
- avoid alcohol and caffeine.
- avoid fried, charcoal-broiled or barbecued forms of cooking.
- eat lots of foods high in antioxidants (carotenes, vitamins a, c, e and selenium) such as green leafy vegetables, kale, carrots, citrus, broccoli, cauliflower and yams.
Vitamin e enhances the production of good quality spermatozoa and improving the diet by consuming more vegetables and fruits will also boost good quality sperm production.
- getting plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes can help boost fertility.
- avoid tobacco, refined carbohydrates, coffee, tea, alcohol and foods with artificial additives.
- maintain an ideal weight. Food deprivation in men leads to loss of sex drive and structural changes to reproductive tissue leading to infertility.
Obesity, on the other hand, can be associated with a low sperm count and impotence, possibly because of higher temperatures caused by excess fat near the testes.
Regular exercise (five times a week for at least 45 minutes) and a healthy diet enhance fertility by keeping body weight at normal levels and relieving stress and anxiety.
Take nutritional supplements
For men, the most important supplemental nutrients to enhance fertility are vitamin c and zinc. Vitamin c helps prevent sperm from clumping or sticking together, thus improving the chances for fertility.
Zinc supplementation has been shown to increase testosterone levels, sperm count and sperm motility. High zinc sources include oysters, organ meats, lean beef, turkey, lamb, herring, wheat germ, legumes and nuts.
Banana: another sexual super food is a rich source of magnesium, vitamin b1, vitamin a, vitamin c, and protein, which are required to improve and stimulate the production of more sperm. This fruit is also rich in vitamin b and bromelain, which are powerful sexual hormone regulators that can help to enhance sexual virility. Try to include banana in your daily diet. You can also prepare banana shake and smoothie to enjoy its benefits.
Expert says sometimes, female infertility is related to a hormonal imbalance. In this case, symptoms can also include skin changes, including more frequent acne; changes in sex drive and desire; dark hair growth in man-like places (hirsutism), such as on the lips, chest and chin; loss of hair or thinning hair; weight gain. Other symptoms that may result from disorders linked to infertility include insulin resistance, milky white discharge from nipples unrelated to breastfeeding, pain during sexual intercourse, structural problem in the reproductive organs which is found during a pelvic exam or imaging test. Infertility symptoms in men can be vague; they may go unnoticed until pregnancy is attempted. Symptoms depend on what is causing infertility. They may include changes in hair growth, changes in sexual desire, low sperm count, pain, lump, or swelling in the testicles, problems with sexual function (erection and ejaculation), small firm testes.
Following some of the suggestions were given below can help in boosting sperm count and thereby the chances of conception. They are:
Cut down on unhealthy habits: it has been medically proven that alcohol and smoking are the main causes of male infertility. Nicotine as well as alcohol inhibits the production of healthy sperms. Men who consume drugs along with alcohol and smoke are at a higher risk of infertility. It is advised to seek professional help to fight such problems.
Take control of stress levels: stress, depression and other heart ailments are some of the other causes of male infertility and low sperm count. Heredity could be another reason. Tensions at the workplace and other personal problems may cause depression which can also lead to male infertility.
He, therefore, advised that men take a break from work to stretch and move around for air and also avoid long distance drive.
Therefore, simple and practical changes introduced in the lifestyle can go a long way to fight the problems of infertility.