Best Natural Tips to Reduce Stress and Anxiety

stress-and-anxiety

Life is full of stress and sorts of anxiety. This may be the cause to reduce your confidence level. Stress fattens you up, stress hormones also ramp up fat storage. Stress and anxiety also can reduce your growth level in growing age. It may effects digestive system, skin and beauty in all ages and both sex. So you have fewer cravings to produce good chemicals to cure yourself from stress and anxiety. Avoid junk foods it can be the cause to increase stress hormones. Lack of activity can also tighten our muscles which may be tension in our shoulders and neck. We feel trouble in sleeping too. Here we have some natural tips and remedies to feel free from stress and anxiety.

Best Natural Tips to Reduce Stress and Anxiety (more…)

Best Natural Tips to Treat Goiter

goiter

Goiter or Enlarged thyroid gland occurs when the thyroid gland on the neck becomes visibly swollen. It manifests itself as a small lump which sometimes presses on the trachea. There are several factors which can cause an enlargement of the thyroid gland. The most common cause of goiter is Iodine and Selenium deficiency. Selenium and iodine are two minerals required to make thyroid hormones.

Natural causes are the onset of puberty or pregnancy although the condition may be induced as a side effect of taking the oral contraceptive pill. However, in many parts of the world, particularly in the Third World, goiter is a result of a diet which is lacking in sufficient iodine and selenium. The condition also used to be common in those countries which are a long way from the sea and the geology is such that there is no iodine in the underlying rock.

The thyroid gland needs iodine and selenium to create to hormone thyroxine and without this hormone the thyroid begins to swell.

Goiter/Enlarged Thyroid Gland Symptoms

  • Speach problem
  • Hoarseness of voice
  • Sudden reduction in weight
  • Itchy and dry skin
  • Twitch in muscles
  • Muscles weakness
  • Swollen eyes
  • Depression

It may be possible to aid recovery with a diet which contains an increased amount of fish and specially iodized salt. Here we also recommend you some best natural tips and home remedies to treat and cure this problem fast without any side effect.

Best Natural Tips and Remedies to Treat Goiter

(more…)

Best Natural Tips to Treat Swollen Gums (Gingivitis)

swollen gums

Gingivitis is the term given to inflammation of the gums. Gingivitis may be chronic or acute. Chronic gingivitis may be present for many years, and mostly affects adults. Acute Gingivitis condition is much rear. It is commonest in young adults, especially smokers or those with weakened resistance. The bacteria causing acute gingivitis actually invade the gum, so the damage is much quicker. The disorder occurs as a result of poor dental hygiene, and may be coupled with a throat infection or emotional stress.

Chronic causes and symptoms

Chronic gingivitis is caused by the germs that live on dental plaque. The bacteria, and there are may different sorts, do not invade the gums, but cause damage by the release of toxins.

If chronic gingivitis is left unchecked, it will cause a breakdown or the structures that hold the teeth in place. After the age of 40, as dental decay becomes less of a problem, the complications of gingivitis are the most common of tooth loss.

The symptoms of gingivitis may be so mild to go unnoticed. It may, however, cause painful teeth and gums, loose teeth and bleeding. These symptoms tend to be more of a problem during eating.

The lack of severe symptoms may mean that the disease progresses to an irreversible condition before help is sought. This is one of the reasons why it is necessary to visit the dentist regularly at least once every three months for children and once a year for adults.

The symptoms of acute gingivitis are sudden onset of pain, bleeding gums and foul breath. The temperature may rise as high as 39°C and the patient feels ill. An examination of mouth reveals indented pus-filled ulcers and sore, red areas on the gums. Treatment is with penicillin and mouth washes.

Some natural treatments can also help and prevent you from this painful condition effectively. Within few days you can get rid of gingivitis (swollen gums) positively without any side effect.

Best Natural Tips to Treat Gingivitis (Swollen Gums) (more…)

Best Natural Tips to Treat Slipped Disc

Herniated-Disc

Usually slipped disc is used for it to describe a wide range of back aches. But, in actual fact, the discs cannot slip. The discs in the spine are thick pieces of cartilage which join the bones, acting as shock absorbers. The center of the disc is like a very tough jelly, and it is surrounded by a thick bibrous capsule.

It occurs when one of the discs of cartilage between the vertebrae in the spine rapture. The disc is fused with the bones above and below it, and it is impossible for it to just slip out, like a slice of cucumber from a sandwich. Indeed, if a disc could slip out, it could equally be pushed back again.

Causes of  Slipped Disc

What actually happens

  • The fibrous shell bursts, letting the gelatinous center seep out or prolapse. The prolapse and fibrous debris press on the surrounding nerves, causing considerable pain.
  • A prolapsed disc can occur in any part of the spine, but it is most common between the bottom two joints, where the spine takes the stresses of tilting forwards.
  • Prolapsed discs can occur at any age, but are most common between 20 and 50, and are slightly more common in men than women.
  • Research has shown that in normal spines the bones will crumble before the disc bursts.
  • Usually through a natural process of degeneration with age, which results in the discs becoming dehydrated and weakened.
  • A disc may also have been weakened in some other way causing it to prolapse; this can occasionally result from a sudden movement.
  • Strenuous exercise, such as unaccustomed lifting of heavy weight.
  • It is also more likely to occur in people who spend large amounts of time in a sitting position.

Symptoms of Slipped Disc

  • Often, there is a day or two of vague aches and pains in the back before a disc prolapsed.
  • The actual injury may be slight, but after prolapse the pain becomes so severe that the victim can not straighten up.
  • After an hour or two the pain may affect the buttocks or legs, as the prolapse presses on more and more nerves.
  • In some rare cases the nerves affecting the bowel or bladder may be damaged, leading to incontinence or difficulty in passing water.
  • Full diagnosis is carried out with medical tests, including xrays, scans, and electrical activity test to measure damage.

Here we suggest you some tips and topical homemade massage oils mixtures to treat and heal prolapsed disc problem naturally. Because excessive use of painkiller may damage your stomach wall and may lead to ulcers. Its better to take external treatment to cure this problem.

Best Natural Tips to Treat Slipped Disc

(more…)

How to Cure Appendicitis Naturally

appendicitis

Appendicitis is acute inflammation of the appendix and it can strike at any age. The appendix is a small, worm like structure leading off the large intestine which has no known function. The cause of appendicitis is usually not known, but it’s sometimes the result of a small, hard pellet of feces (stool) or pus blocking the drainage tube.

With luck, the inflammation will settle but if not the infection can spread. If the appendix bursts it causes peritonitis, which is a potentially fatal infection of the abdomen. Peritonitis is very painful and the sufferer will obviously be very ill.

Symptoms of Appendicitis

  • Pain – starts in the middle, shifts to the right after a few hours. Made worse by pressure
  • Fever – low grade temperature, rarely above 38 degrees centigrade unless peritonitis
  • Loss of appetite
  • Constipation
  • Painful urination
  • Inability in passing farts (Gas)
  • Vomiting
  • The patient often has a coated tongue and bad breath
  • Diagnosis for a Appendicitis

The average GP will see several hundred cases of abdominal pain each year, but only four of these will be due to acute appendicitis.

Appendicitis is difficult to diagnose and dangerous if the GP misses it. If someone have been suffering with abdominal pain for an hour or two and are concerned about it, see your GP without wasting time.

In acute appendicitis an incision is made in the abdominal wall, the appendix is located and snipped off. The wound is then closed and the patient is usually well enough to to home in three or four days. Some surgeons have even started removing the appendix using a laparoscopy. It is inserted through a small incision in the navel so you’ll only get a tiny scar.

However, appendicitis is difficult to treat but some best natural tips can be very helpful to reduce the symptoms and inflammation of this condition. But in sever pain you should consult your GP immediately.

Best Natural Tips to Cure Appendicitis (Appendix Inflammation)

(more…)

How to Prevent Colon Cancer Naturally

colon_cancer

Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in the world. Risk factors include a family history of colon cancer, the presence of polyps in the bowel. Recurring chronic inflammatory infections, inherited gene mutations and, possibly, a diet that is high in fat and low in fiber. It has been recently discovered that a common herpes virus may be linked to colon cancer.

Many growths in the colon are benign, but if they are not removed then there is a possibility of them becoming cancerous at a later stage.

Colon Cancer is usually a disease of middle or old age but occasionally those aged under 50 can also be affected. Men are more likely to be affected by this cancer than women.

Symptoms of colon cancer depend on the part of the colon affected. Tumors in the rectum often show themselves early by causing constipation or obvious bleeding. Cancer of the first part of the colon may not be discovered until late on; the faeces in this part of the bowel are too soft to be easily obstructed and any blood loss is hidden in the faeces. Abdominal pain is a common symptom of all sorts of bowel cancer as is a change in a person’s bowel habits (usually increasing constipation) or weight loss. Chronic blood loss may cause anemia.

Although these are all signs of cancer of the colon, they are also features of some commoner and less serious conditions. Do not assume , therefore, that one, two or even all of them mean you have cancer, especially if you are under 40.

If colon cancer is detected in the early stages, then you can think for natural tips that will help in treating colon cancer. This will help in preventing the individuals from undergoing complicated surgeries and other painful treatments.

Best Tips to Prevent Colon Cancer Naturally (more…)

Best Natural Tips for Tinnitus

tinnitus

Tinnitus is the subjective sensation of sound in the ear. The sufferer hears a noise that has its origin inside, rather than outside the head. Tinnitus is a sign of irritation of the inner ear, or the auditory nerve, in just the same way as pain is sign of irritation of the pain receptors.

Tinnitus is a very frequent complaint and affects almost everybody at some time. The sound heard may be continuous, intermittent, or it may pulsate with the heart. Tinnitus may take the form of whistling, rushing, ringing, and so on. It may continue 24 hours a day, and may be so loud as to interfere with sleep. Not surprisingly, tinnitus sufferers are often profoundly depressed. Pulsating sounds are often a sign of infection but frequently no abnormality can be demonstrated.

Main Causes of Tinnitus

  • Vitamin and Minerals Deficiencies,
  • Noise Pollution,
  • Earwax Blockage,
  • Ear Infection,
  • ENT Infections,
  • Ear Injury,
  • Poor Blood Circulation in Ear Area,
  • High Blood Pressure,
  • Diabetes,
  • Overage Hearing Loss,

Here we suggest you some best natural tips that are much effective to reduce the symptoms and causes of ringing in the ear or Tinnitus.

Best Natural Tips for Tinnitus (Ear Ringing) (more…)

Best Natural Tips to Treat Lymph Nodes

lymph nodes

Lymph nodes causes swollen glands and are a common symptom of many disorders. Although commonly known as glands, it is the lymph nodes which become swollen in this condition. The function of the lymph nodes is to release white blood cells, which are important in fighting infections.

Swollen glands near the surface of the skin (at the top of the armpit and in the groin) can usually be felt as tender lumps, but elsewhere in the body you may not be aware of them.

Causes of Lymph Nodes

The lymph nodes may become swollen for a number of reasons.

  • They may be overloaded with white blood cells when fighting infections, particularly in children.
  • If the infection is localized, the swelling may also be localized. For example, a throat infection is likely to cause swollen glands in the neck, and an infection of the breast is likely to cause swollen glands in the armpit. But some types of infection in the pelvic cavity, cause swollen glands in other parts of the body, away from the site of the infection.
  • Generalized swelling of lymph nodes may be caused by glandular fever. Some secondary infection following allergies also causes swollen glands.
  • In the most cases, it is clear what is causing the glands to swell, and treatment of the infection will relieve the condition.

Mostly natural tips and home remedies work effectively. Here we have some tropical natural tips to treat and cure Lymph Nodes at home without any side effect.

Best Natural Tips to Treat Lymph Nodes (more…)