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Tuesday, 16 August 2011 10:29

I am a software professional and i am suffering from back pain. What should I do ?

Ans: Hello, since you are software professional I assume that your work involves sitting on the desk in front  of computer for long hours. Continues sitting position leads to stiffness of back muscles causing backache. You are advised to do back muscles stretching exercises regularly with regular walk for about 20- 25 minutes/day for at least 5 days a week. for time being you can take pain killer medicine or NSAIDs.

Saturday, 13 August 2011 10:23

childasthma_hDon’t allow asthma to control your freedom

Instead of asthma controlling ones life, one can enjoy an asthma free (better) life, by adopting certain lifestyle changes, that will help in preventing episodes of asthma and controlling the complications of the disease says mayoclinic.com staff. Although many people with asthma rely on medications to relieve symptoms and control inflammation, one can do several things on their own to maintain overall health and lessen the possibility of attacks. Asthma is a chronic disease and obviously does affect the quality of life of sufferers; that impact on life can reduced by lifestyle changes. According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI), over twenty million children and adults live with asthma all over the U.S., that makes asthma one of the most common and costly diseases. The rise in the number of children suffering from asthma is a clear sign of prevalent environmental pollution. The time has come to stop both environmental pollution and asthma.
The asthma can be prevented by adopting certain lifestyle changes as described below in detail.

1, Avoid environmental triggers
2, Food
3, Exercise, yoga and meditation to control stress

Avoid Environmental triggers

The environmental triggers are main contributing causation of the allergic asthma, and most of them can be prevented by avoiding or minimizing the exposure to environmental triggers. Whenever possible, it's a better to take steps to prevent asthma from developing, or at least to prevent asthma symptoms from flaring up and getting worse. 
Friday, 12 August 2011 12:00

A derivative of the Indian curry spice turmeric could offer a new treatment hope for sufferers of the painful condition tendonitis

Curcumin, which gives the curry spice turmeric its bright yellow colour, could be helpful in treating painful inflammatory conditions, such as tendonitis and arthritis, according to researchers at the University of Nottingham in the UK and Ludwig-Maxmillians University in Munich in Germany. Their studies show that curcumin can be used to suppress biological mechanisms that spark inflammation in tendon diseases.

Thursday, 11 August 2011 09:09

Physical Activity Aids Recovery and long-Term Health of Cancer Survivors, Report Shows

 Cancer patients can reduce the risks of side effects and cancer recurrence by exercising regularly, a new report shows.

The report, "Move More: Physical activity the underrated 'wonder drug,'" from Macmillan Cancer Support in the U.K., says that 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity per week, the amount recommended by the U.K.'s four chief medical officers, is the minimum amount required to see the benefits.

Moderate intensity activity includes exercise such as cycling and very brisk walking, but also household tasks such as heavy cleaning and mowing the lawn.

Tuesday, 09 August 2011 09:15

Ingredients

  • 1 medium sized orange separated and segmented
  • Cut pieces of ¼ of medium sized papaya
  • Cut pieces of 1 medicum size banana
  • Ice crushed for serving

Preparation

Blend all the ingredients in the mixer, can add some water if requiredTake a muslin cloth or strainer to strain the prepared juice.Now, take 2 serving glasses put some crushed ice in it, pour juice over the ice. your cholesterol controling shake is ready to serve.

Thank you  Pearl Shah for  providing recipe 

 

 

 

 

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