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I am 24years old girl and having a problem of vigorous hair fall. Please suggest me the solutions to stop it. As my scalp is oily and has dandruff problem and split ends are at the tip. I used to have healthy hair once.
Hi, I am 24 years old, but my weight is only 41 kg, please tell me how to improve my weight? Thanks.
I hav got allergy from face cream and yesterday I get redness on bleached area. On face and its burning badly I have taken livocetrigine and applied globate GM but no results are there and my face get wrinkled. So please guide me and tell what should I do?
I am 23 years old guy, Actually I have a hairfall and dandruff problem, Its coming white scalp from hair, so please refer me a shampoo or cream.
Sir I have a problem jab bhi me thoda teekha ya masala dar khana kha leta hu usse next day mere stool me jalan hoti h aur ye har bar hota h aur teekha chahe norml se thoda jada hta h tabhi ho jati h. 2 year phle mere jaundice hua tha kya ye uski wajh agar ha to muje dwae btae ya pls kuch aur answer de. Thanku.
I am underweight and look to skinny. My friends laugh to me . Please provide me a good diet that help me to gain my body weight fast. I am tired of my figure.Please.
I have been suffering a problem of backpain. Not usually bt sometimes. Is it normal at the age of 18?
I'm fed up with my mouth ulser (chala). It caught very frequently and would be very difficult for me eat anything. In summers, it's like hell, throughout summer I would be fighting with this curse. I did have consultation with many local doctors but no benefit. Please advise me please.
My age 36 year, weight 57 kg. From last 1 month l am Suffering with knee pain left leg (I feel this pain only when I seat for at latrine (Indian style), when I stand up after 5-10 minutes I feel more pain intensity which goes after some time. However I feel no pain during walking/running/seating on chair/playing badminton etc. X ray done, doctor saw x-ray and said that cartilage has been decreased b/w bones. I want to know the following: Why cartilage decreased. I am only 36 years. I drink 2 glass milk daily. What activities (walking/running/push up/ badminton etc.) I should stopped. Whether cartilage recover naturally or I will face this problem long life. Should I discontinue Indian style latrine. What steps I should follow to reduce further pain and wear-tear.
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I am working shift wise duty in my routine work. For last 3 months I lose my weight without no reason. Generally I took one time food and snacks.
1. Sleep well For Seven hours in Night time in regular duration
2. Restrict Salt intake
3. Exercise for 15 to 20 minutes duration everyday in same timing
4.Meditation for at least 15 minutes every day to relieve the Stress
5.Consume More Fruits and Vegetables in daily diet
6.Maintain Ideal and Healthy Body Weight
My LMP is on 14 june. Now I missed my period. My lower abdomen had bloated. I want to know, on what date I should do UPT. And what is the early pregnancy symptoms.
If you are looking to lose some flab, here are some simple tips to do that:
1. Eat slowly: Check your watch. Start eating. When you're done, check your watch again. How long did it take you? Our guess: not long enough. Your goal is at least 15 to 20 minutes per meal. You need that long in order to taste your food properly, and to let your body tell your brain that you're full. Put your utensils down between bites. Chew properly. Savour what you're eating. Enjoy it. Spend time with it. You'll enjoy food more, and get leaner.
2. Eat until you're '80% full': You eat until you're just satisfied. Until you're no longer physically hungry. Instead of 'stuffed' or 'full'. Don't get hung up on exactly what '80% full' is, or whether you're getting to '75%' or '88%'. Shoot for the general idea. Remember: eat s-l-o-w-l-y. Be patient with '80% full'. It takes practice. But once you get the hang of learning your physical (rather than your social or psychological) hunger cues, fat loss will be a cakewalk.
3. Get your 5 hours: Make them count. Sure, you could drill yourself into the ground with long, gut-busting workouts. But why? As we've proven, you can get great results with about 5 hours of exercise per week. The trick? Make those hours count. My suggestion:
1. 3 days a week, weight train for about 45 minutes.
2. 2 days a week any cardiovascular activity.
3. Do about 10 minutes of warm up and mobility work every day.
4. Fill in the rest of the time with 'active recovery': gentle, moderate movement such as walking, swimming, yoga, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, and just plain old 'stay moving'.
4. Sleep. Sleep changes your hormone balance and your recovery ability. This changes how your body responds to nutrients, exercise, and stress. The more sleep you get, the leaner you are. The less sleep you get, the fatter, weaker, and sicker you're eventually likely to be. At least 1-2 hours before bed, turn off the TV, computer, and cell phone. Darken the room. And get ready to sleep yourself lean.
5. Pay attention. If you're struggling to change bad habits, start by becoming aware of what you're doing, thinking, and feeling (both physically and emotionally). We call this noticing and naming. You can't change something if you're clueless. So tune in. Paying attention also makes your performance better. For example:
1. If you eat slowly and mindfully, conscious of every bite, you'll probably eat less but enjoy your food more.
2. If you train carefully, with a plan, you'll probably do your exercises correctly, with a clear focus, and stay uninjured.
3. If you notice what 'triggers' you into unwanted behaviours, you can 'break the chain' and choose a different path.
6. Forget 'willpower': Change your environment and your systems. And get social support. Willpower is a very limited and unreliable bank account. Never count on it. Instead, built an environment, a system, and a support network that helps you get to your goals.
1. If food is in your house, you'll eat it. So don't have that food in your house.
2. If your gym is horribly inconvenient, you won't go. So make it convenient, or buy some weights for home.
3. If you wait till you feel full of energy to work out, you'll never do it. So schedule it like an appointment.
7. Take action. But do ONE small thing at a time. Sure, we all love for the moment to 'change everything'. But it is not reality. Stop 'thinking' about change. Stop 'reading' about change. 'Do' change. Act Now. The only way to succeed at anything is to take action now - ONE small step at a time. Today, what is ONE, very, very small action you can do to move towards the change you want? What could you do in the next three minutes? Today? Do that one small thing. Check in each day and make sure you're doing it. Then, next week, do another very small thing. Only one. It's just that simple!
In today’s stressful environment, more and more people are being diagnosed with psychological disorders such as insomnia and depression. Neither of the two are things which people feel lucky to possess. However, it is interesting to note that there is a link between the two conditions. Also, the problems are a lot more common than a person is likely to first think; 80% of depressed people suffer from chronic insomnia!
For a long time until recently, many people were of the opinion that most depressed people were insomniac. But that is not really correct. The two issues do overlap to a large extent, but they are different from each other. Again, that does not mean one cannot affect the other.
When a person has depression, one of the main things that he or she can experience is a lack of pleasure from the activities and happenings which occur in his or her daily life. Similarly, when a person does not get enough sleep or even just cannot sleep, he or she is quite likely to display a tendency to worry. Often, worrying sets the stage for depression to develop in the person. In fact, doctors have observed that people who do not sleep enough are more likely to undergo treatment for depression than the others.
Recent findings have concluded that when a person sleeps better, the case of depression also shows an uptick. In addition to this, the habit of sleeping well can also go quite a long way to make sure that a person does not relapse into depression. According to some sleep therapies, people who suffer from lack of sleep are advised to follow a systematic routine of getting to bed and getting out of bed. Activities including reading in bed or watching TV after going to bed must be avoided. While there are various means to help a person sleep better, the choice as to which one would suit a person in the best possible way is only best decided by the person’s personal doctor. What is for sure is the fact that a person can effectively sleep to a better life!
So, it can be said that if a person wants to cure his/her depression and enjoy life being peppy, napping away is not such a bad idea after all. Having said that, everything is good only up to a certain limit! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychologist.
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