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I am 23 year old female I had a problem of bleed gums and decaying of tooth and gum that to four front lower tooth .please suggest me how to cure this?
Hi I am 33 year old male, was diagnosed with anxiety an year back since then I face anxiety on and off .i am not taking any medication but sometimes I take clonazepam when the situation is worst. I just need to know I am doing right by managing it on my own like lifestyle changes exercising meditation etc or I need to get it treated with a psychiatrist. Symptoms are like heartbeat fasten up and too many thoughts sweating etc and after that o gets too many burps and get relief. M confused on the part of my burps whether these are due to stomach or anxiety but these are regular with me. Please let me know anxiety is permanently curable and suggest me a further step.
I have diabetes nd I am 33 your age I have so much dream to fulfill I want fully cured from diabetes I am depressed I need your advice and good tip for my health.
Now I am 6 month pregnant but now my period starts what shall I do ? my doctor advice me to wash but I dont want that please advise me what will better for me.
I didn't have 1 moral because of cavities I removed from doctor in earlier age 15 and one have lot of cavities what I do which teeth feeling is best dental implant is good?
Hi dear Sir madam I am suffering from stomach pain since three weeks ago as I walked into the local doctor but it's still continuing please assist me what should I do.
Hi sir\mam I am rahul I am just 18 but I found lot of hairfall and finally it became blade I have tried all the hairfall rescue shampoo but there is no result pls help me.
Hello doctor According to the BMI calculator I am normal in weight with height 5.10 inches and weight 68 kgs but will you pls guide me how to be physically fit and following the details is it normal weight or I should gain.
I have been masturbating for six months but now days it's become an addiction not able to control is masturbating daily affect my health or have any effects on my body once I do that I get tired and go off to sleep.
I am having problem in my teeth. It started paining while having meal. But it doesn't causes any pain when not used. Also I can't feel any taste in my mouth of food. So is there Amy relation between teeth problem and food not being able to taste? Thank you!
My wife has yeast infection (candida). This cause me lot of problem after intercourse. Does male also are carrier of these type of infection. I am in doubt because after 7-8 days my organ heal automatically. Is there any homeopathy medicine Avila that can cure this problem effectively.Please tell sir.
How to get relief from migraine. My sister have migraine from last 3 year. Can you tell me that it is possible to get ride from migraine. Ravi.
From 3 days I am not getting hungry. Man hi nai ho rha khane ko. Bs din bhar aise hi rah ja rha hu. Weakness ho rhi hai. Aur grmi se bs pyas lag rhi hai. Smoking se gala jal rha hai. Cigarette chor du kya? Please doctor help me.
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I eat like a normal person all day long but still my remains the same. I do not prefer to take supplements for that so please tell me what should I do for gaining weight I am a vegetarian.
Often I get anger for silly things how can I control my anger. What are the things I need to follow to control my anger can you pls help me out?
You can treat coughs due to colds, allergies, and sinus infections with a number of over-the-counter medicines. However, for those who prefer to avoid chemicals, we’ve listed a few home remedies that can help.
Honey is a time-honored remedy for a sore throat. According to a 2007 study, it can also relieve coughs more effectively than over-the-counter medicines that contain dextromethorphan (DM), a cough suppressant.
You can create your own remedy at home by mixing honey with herbal tea, or warm water and lemon. The honey does the soothing, while lemon juice can help with congestion.
Probiotics are microorganisms that can provide a host of health benefits. While they don’t relieve a cough directly, they help to balance your gastrointestinal flora (the bacteria that live in your intestines). This can support immune system function throughout the body. Some evidence also suggests that Lactobacillus, a bacterium in dairy, can reduce the likelihood of a cold or flu, and sensitivity to certain allergens like pollen.
Fortified milk is a great source of Lactobacillus.You should be cautious, however, as dairy may make phlegm thicker.
You don’t usually think of pineapple as a cough remedy, but that’s probably because you’ve never heard of Bromelain. According to a review of research on the medicinal value of pineapples, there is evidence to suggest that Bromelain — an enzyme found in the tropical fruit — can help suppress coughs as well as loosen the mucus in your throat.
There are also claims that it can help relieve sinusitis and allergy-based sinus issues, which can contribute to coughs and mucus. However, there is insufficient evidence to support this, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). It’s also sometimes used to treat inflammation and swelling.
Bromelain supplements should not be taken by children, or adults who take blood thinners. Also, be careful using this if you are also on antibiotics such as amoxicillin as it can increase the absorption of the antibiotic. Always speak to your doctor before taking new or unfamiliar supplements.
Peppermint leaves and the oil of eucalyptus are both well known for their healing properties. Menthol in peppermint soothes the throat and acts as a decongestant, helping to break down mucus. You can benefit by drinking peppermint tea, or by inhaling peppermint vapors from a steam bath. To make a steam bath, drop three to four drops of peppermint oil mixed for every 150 milliliters (mL) of hot water. Drape a towel over your head, and take deep breaths directly above the water.
With eucalyptus, you can create an ointment rub made of coconut oil, beeswax, and eucalyptus oil.
Marshmallow is made from Althaea officinalis, a perennial that flowers in summer. The leaves and roots of the herb have been used since ancient times to treat sore throats and suppress coughs. There are no well-controlled studies to support these claims, but the herb is generally considered safe.
The marshmallow herb contains mucilage, which coats the throat and soothes irritation.
Today, you can get marshmallow root in tea or as in capsule form, although it is not recommended for children.
Thyme is used by some for respiratory illnesses.One study suggests that the essence extracted from thyme leaves mixed with ivecan help relieve coughing as well as short-term bronchitis. The leaves contain compounds called flavonoids that relax the throat muscles involved in coughing, and also lessen inflammation.
You can make thyme tea at home using two teaspoons of crushed thyme leaves and one cup of boiling water. Cover the cup, steep for 10 minutes, and strain.
How to Prevent Coughing
As well as learning how to treat a cough, you might also want to learn how to prevent them in the first place. To prevent against flu, make sure you get your annual flu shot, and wash your hands as often as possible.
With allergies, you can reduce flare-ups by identifying the allergens that affect you and avoiding exposure to them. Common allergens include trees, pollen, dust mites, animal fur, mold, and insects. Allergy shots are helpful as well and can reduce your sensitivity to allergens. Talk to your doctor about what plan is right for you.