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Saturday, 17 September 2011 11:02

Irritating Knee pain!!Is it sign of Arthritis?

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Arthritis can affect any joint, but weight-bearing joints such as the knee are particularly vulnerable.

knee painThe American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons mentions these common symptoms of knee arthritis:

Swelling and stiffness.
Trouble straightening or bending the knee.
Pain that tends to worsen in the morning, after resting, or after activities such as climbing stairs, kneeling or walking.
Pain and stiffness that seem to coincide with changes in weather.

Thursday, 15 September 2011 12:06

Are you in stress? Effective Tips to manage it!

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The first task toward keeping stress under control is recognizing the early symptoms of stress, such as

stressMuscle tension
Headache or
Anxiety.

The American Academy of Family Physicians says managing stress depends on how you react to it. Recognizing that you're under stress may be easy, compared to changing your response.

Here are the academy's suggestions:

  • Don't fret about things over which you have no control, such as the weather.
  • Solve little issues or conflicts first -- this may help you tackle bigger ones.
  • Think of change in a positive way.
  • Discuss your stress with a trusted friend or family member.
  • Avoid tackling too much at once.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Eat a healthy diet, and get enough rest.
  • Engage in activities that tend to ease your stress.
  • Prepare yourself for activities that you know will lead to stress.
Wednesday, 14 September 2011 12:07

Know the common causes for Hair loss

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Most men and many women eventually have noticeable hair loss..

featured-hair-lossThe U.S. National Library of Medicine says hair loss is related to aging, heredity and hormonal changes.

Sudden hair loss may stem from different causes, including physical and emotionalstress. The agency mentions these potential triggers:

  • Having a serious infection or running a high fever.
  • Delivering a baby.
  • Undergoing major surgery, having a serious illness or suddenly losing a lot of blood.
  • Undergoing significant emotional stress.
  • Following a crash diet, particularly one that is low in protein.
  • Taking certain medications, including antidepressants, some heart medications or birth control pills, and painkillers known as NSAIDs.
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 12:16

10 PRINCIPLES OF GOOD PARENTING-

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Your relationship with your child is the foundation for her relationships with others."


parent-child-communicationHere are Dr. Steinberg's 10 principles of good parenting:
 

1. What you do matters.Whether it's your own health behaviors or the way you treat other people, your children are learning from what you do. "This is one of the most important principles," Steinberg explains. "What you do makes a difference...Don't just react on the spur of the moment. Ask yourself, What do I want to accomplish, and is this likely to produce that result?"

2. You cannot be too loving. "It is simply not possible to spoil a child with love," Steinberg writes. "What we often think of as the product of spoiling a child is never the result of showing a child too much love. It is usually the consequence of giving a child things in place of love -- things like leniency, lowered expectations, or material possessions."

Monday, 12 September 2011 16:37

Laughing - Best Heart remedy....

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Laughing - Best Heart remedy....

heartlaughWe have been born with the gift of laughter; it’s being serious that we learn. 

A doctor said to his car mechanic, "Your debit is several times more per hour then we get paid for medical care."
"Yeah, but you see, doc, you have always the same model, it hasn't changed since Adam; but we have to keep up to date with new models coming every year."

Did you smile, giggle or do belly laughter after reading this?  I make you laugh to save you from heart disease!!!! Yes, it is said laughter is best medicine, and now the researchers had confirmed that the laughter, along with an active sense of humor, may help protect you against a heart attack and heart diseases.

Friday, 09 September 2011 15:09

Signs to recognize Asthma in children

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childasthma_hAsthma can develop in children of any age, but symptoms typically begin by age 5, the Cleveland Clinic says.
The clinic says parents should watch for:

Frequent coughing spells that occur during playtime, laughing or at night.
Lack of energy during playtime.
Breathing rapidly, shortness of breath or wheezing.
Discomfort or pain in the chest.
A perceived tightness of the neck or chest muscles.
Feeling tired often.

http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=149159

Tuesday, 06 September 2011 08:50

THE FUNCTION WHEEL OF THE CHAKRAS

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Written by Mamta Singh

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THE FUNCTION WHEEL OF THE CHAKRAS

Chakra is a term that has gained popularity worldwide with the new focus and faith in complimentary alternative medicine. As more conventional research-backed studies indicate the supportive role of sciences such as yoga, reiki, acupuncture, meridian therapy etc in healing chronic ailments and health conditions, chakra as a relevant and real concept has gained more meaning. Let us take a brief look at what chakras are so that we may have a preliminary understanding of the concept.

4 Reasons for higher cholesterol that can be easily preventable…

High cholesterol may be triggered by a number of factors, many of which you can control.

The U.S. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute cites these risk factors:

  • Eating foods that contain too much fat and cholesterol.
  • Being overweight or obese.
  • Getting insufficient exercise.
  • Having a genetic condition called familial hypercholesterolemia.
Start doing exercise from now on and change you dietary habits to have healthy heart and long productive life...
Friday, 26 August 2011 10:15

Tips to maintain flawless skin in Monsoon

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skin_treatments_in_rains_206x150 Long summers in any tropical country are usually a drag, but as soon as the monsoon approaches it brings with it a sigh of relief. The weather sure does cool down but brings with it, a lot of challenges; which includes, infections, allergies, water borne diseases and skin irritations. In monsoon adjusting to the weather and keeping our skin healthy is very important.
Here are some tips to keep your skin looking flawless.
Dietary Care:
  • Depending on your skin type, skin can either become, oily or dry in the monsoon; constant wetting and drying can cause dehydration. To avoid dehydration drink ample amounts of fluids especially water. Have a nutritious, healthy diet, which includes a lot of fruits as they help maintain the glow on your skin.
Beware!
Wednesday, 24 August 2011 13:39

'Why You Should Eat What You Should - Heart Health'

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So much has been written about workouts and fitness regimes that go in to make a healthy heart. A good amount of internet literature also covers foods that should be avoided to keep you away from the cardiology section of the hospitals, yet little is said about what can be had to sport a robust heart. In this post, I have put together a rudimentary list of some foods (list not in order of merit) that do great favours for the heart. You could have recipes involving these foods as ingredients. Here goes:

1. Salmon: This pink-fleshed fish is loaded with nutritional value - it delivers 87.1% RDA completeness on omega 3 fatty acids for a single 113 gm (approx.) intake.* For the heart, it reduces erratic heart rhythms (ischemic arrhythmia), prevents clots (that blocks arteries and cause strokes), promotes good cholesterol to bad cholesterol ratio and prevents damage of cholesterols. Try to include Salmon twice a week in your diet to maximize heart benefits. You could also use Mackerel or Sardines, which have similar heart benefits.

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