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I am 35 years old. I have schizophrenia for last 18 years. I am on medicine arpizol 10 mg. For the past 1 year I am having more hair fall. What tests should I get done? I am on folic acid tablets at present due to low levels.
In this beauty-conscious world we live in,
many people, young women especially, try to do everything they can to improve their looks.
All of us are born with different skin tones. That’s a fact. This is because of the melanin presence in the epidermis, or top layer, of the skin. If there’s more melanin in the skin, the darker the skin tone will be.
Turmeric, or “haldi,” is a deep orange root from India, where it’s one of the country’s most widely used spices in food and on faces. Fun Fact: At Indian weddings, a turmeric paste is ritually applied to the bride from head-to-toe for a radiant glow.
But what is it about turmeric that makes it so amazing for your skin?Simply put, it’s an anti-oxidant as well as anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory.
For those with sensitive skin conditions like rosacea or eczema, its anti-inflammatory properties are a godsend to help soothe flare-ups. If you suffer from acne, it contains curcumin, which works to fight the bacteria that plays a critical role in its formation. As if that’s not enough, turmeric might be, basically, the fountain of youth.
“As an antioxidant, it helps fight off free radicals, which add signs to skin aging.” explains Dr R K Aggarwal.
“Studies have also shown that ingestion of turmeric helps protect against the aging effects of sun-damage UV radiation and the formation of wrinkles and dark spots.”
Since giving turmeric a shot is a no-brainer at this point, the real question is how best to do it.
“It adds a great warm color and has a subtle depth of flavor that enhances most food.
Additionally, turmeric supplements can be taken, but then you’d miss out on the great flavor.”