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I have severe left neck pain for years but recently I consulted a doctor, he snap my neck over all directions and preferred an oil which we use for fracture and advised some exercise. This happened before a month but still I have pain which is severe from past and I can't rotate or turn my neck left side. Do anyone suggest me a solution for this problem and please say me is this a serious problem?Thank for suggesting.
I have dry skin patches near mouth n on chin. I have tried alot of moisturiser but it is not healing the skin is dead and flaky what should I do to get rid of it?
I want to loose my wait, what should I do. Age 23 yrs, wait 65kg. Wants 2 remove extra fat from belly. please suggest me best answer.
I am very emaciated boy and I wants to get the fit health so how can I get my fit body only by my daily diets. Should I have to take supplements or medicines or can get it only by proper regular diet.
Sir, I have been suffering from skin rashes on my back since 1year. It bulges out like pimples (Red colour). It grows more during summer days. I took several medicines but still not cured. Its very irritating and looks strange with those Red spots. Please, suggest some remedy for this.
Hello. I am 19 year old, male and suffering from sleeping disorder. Last seven days I don't use to sleep at night for study purpose. After whole night of reading and writing I go to bed on 6: 00a. M. Now when I try to sleep at night, then don't know why my eyes don't go drwosy. My body pains and feel sleepy but whenever I try closing my eyes and to sleep, my eyes gets open in its own. This makes me more tired and inactive whole day. please suggest me something. Thank you.
I am facing from knee pain a lot. Makes me difficult to walk and stand up after sitting. Facing these problem from 2-3 years.
I am suffering from back bone pain so I can't sleep well so what is the treatment to take for curing it what is the best medicine for it.
I have headache before last three month's and I am suffering from fever how I can treat this disease? Please give me your valuable solution.
I am having headache from last 7 days and feeling drowsy whenever I eat some junk stuffs. My cholesterol level is also high. Suggest some ways to cure it?
I am 22. My problem is my hair loss, which is continuing about 5 years. Please give me some suggestions to prevent it?
I am loosing my hair quickly. Tried a lot of shampoos but didn't get any kind of result. What to do.
Brrrr! the season of cold winds and chilly nights is upon us. Winter has officially arrived. Along with the winter chill, this season also brings along chapped lips, a god awful flu and sudden shivers. But you don't have to surrender. Here's how to stop a cold before it takes hold.
1. Sweet potato
While sweet potatoes may not be considered a traditional cold-fighting food, they're a great source of vitamin a, which plays a key role in maintaining the health of your mucosal surfaces. This includes the inside of your nose and your gastrointestinal tract, as well as your skin. You might not think of your skin as part of your immune system but it keeps infections from entering your body. It's your first line of defense.
One of the most recent spices to be crowned a superfood, turmeric is a rich yellow powder often used in curry dishes. It's high in antioxidants and considered a natural anti-inflammatory. If you take it on a daily basis, it is known to relieve the body of toxins. It has been shown that people who consume turmeric are less susceptible to colds, coughs, and congestion.
3. Hot chocolate
Curling up with a cup of hot cocoa is one way to feel snug but adding a little dark chocolate to your diet is a great health booster too. The sweet contains flavonoids, a type of antioxidant thought to reduce the damage caused by free radicals, potential instigators of cancer and cardiovascular disease. A study in the journal of immunology research found that red blood cells were less susceptible to free radicals after people consumed a drink with flavonoid-rich cocoa.
Cinnamon, and other spices boost your metabolism which generates body heat. Include more spices in your meals, even if they are sprinkled on top, just a little bit. Cumin, coriander, turmeric, cloves, paprika, pepper, nutmeg and allspice are other good ones to incorporate as well. The hottest spices - like cayenne - will make you sweat and actually release heat from your body.
5. Coconut oil
As they metabolize, fats, in general, can help keep you warm. Besides from eating it, coconut oil is also useful as a moisturizer. Dry, cracked skin, lets heat escape more easily and is more sensitive to cold - especially when it's windy. If you keep your skin healthy and strong, it'll be better at keeping the heat in. Before heading out into the cold, try rubbing some coconut oil on your legs, arms and face.
Fresh or ground ginger is our favorite food to warm you up. Try using it in porridge, salad dressings, soups, cookies or muffins. One of our favorite ways to enjoy ginger is to put thin slices or grate some of the fresh roots into a mug of hot water. Not only does it help warm you up, but it boosts your digestive and immune systems to keep you nourished and strong in the face of any winter bugs.
My mother is having some kind of cleaning phobia and its un tolerable and I think she is also in depression.
Many new moms see noticeable hair loss a few months after having a baby. This is normal — and not true hair loss. Dermatologists refer to this condition as excessive hair shedding. The excessive shedding is caused by falling estrogen levels.
The good news is that this excessive shedding is temporary, and you do not have to do anything to remedy it. Most women see their hair return to its normal fullness by their child’s first birthday. Many women regain normal fullness even earlier.
Many women experience noticeable hair shedding after having a baby.
Dermatologists’ tips for new mothers
If the excessive hair shedding bothers you, these tips from dermatologists can help until your hair regains its normal fullness.
Use shampoo and conditioner that add volume. Here’s what dermatologists recommend using and avoiding:
Use a volumizing shampoo. These shampoos tend to contain ingredients like protein that coat the hair, making the hair appear fuller.
Avoid any shampoo labeled “conditioning shampoo.” These contain heavy conditioners that can weigh down the hair and make it look limp.
Use a conditioner formulated for fine hair. These contain lighter formulas that will not weigh down hair.
Use conditioner primarily on the ends of your hair. Applying conditioner to your scalp and all of your hair tends to weigh down hair.
Avoid conditioners labeled “intensive conditioners.” These are too heavy.
Finding the best shampoo and conditioner for thin hair is really a matter of trial and error. A single ingredient that makes a volumizing shampoo or conditioner for fine hair better than the rest does not exist.
Try a new hairstyle. Some haircuts make hair look fuller. An experienced stylist can tell you what will work for you.
Many new mothers prefer short hair. A short style can make hair look fuller. Short hair also can be easier to manage, which can save time. With a baby, anything that saves time can be a real boon.
Beware of a hair tourniquet
New mothers also should watch out for hair tourniquets. A hair tourniquet forms when a strand of hair falls out and wraps around a baby’s toe, finger, or other body part. A single strand can wrap so tightly that it cuts off circulation or causes an infection.
Don’t panic. The likelihood of your baby getting a hair tourniquet is very rare. Knowing what to do, however, can be helpful.
If you see a shed hair wrapped around your baby finger, toe, or other body part, you must remove it. Here what you should do:
Look for a loose end and gently unwind the hair.
Sometimes you will not see a loose end, so you’ll need something to gently cut the hair, such as a small knife or scissors.
If you cannot remove the hair because it is wound too tightly or enmeshed in your baby’s skin, you need to get medical help. Call your baby’s doctor or take your baby to the emergency room. Sometimes a doctor has to remove a hair tourniquet.
Hair falls out for many reasons
Many new moms experience excessive hair shedding after pregnancy. Hair shedding usually peaks about four months after giving birth. By their child’s first birthday, most women regain their normal hair growth. If your hair does not regain its normal fullness after one year, you may want to see a dermatologist. Something else may be causing your hair to fall out. People lose hair for many reasons, and an accurate diagnosis is essential for effective treatment.
Do you have hair loss or hair shedding?
If you think you may have hair loss, be sure to read this page, which explains the differences between true hair loss and temporary hair shedding.
Hair styling without damage
Making some simple changes to your hair care can help prevent hair breakage that can eventually cause hair loss.
American Academy of Dermatology, “Hair care products can deliver the goods for thinning and textured hair.” News release issued August 5, 2010.