Chances are at least one person in your life—a family member, someone you work with, or a good friend—has high blood pressure and takes one or more pills a day to bring it under control. Why so likely? Because high blood pressure—what doctors call hypertension
Elevated blood pressure, which increases the risk of stroke, heart failure, and kidney disease, is often described as a “silent killer.” Recognizable symptoms do exist—fatigue, nosebleeds, nervous tension, ringing in the ears, dizziness, bursts of anger, headaches—but not generally until blood pressure is dangerously high.
Yoga, when performed mindfully, can reduce stress-induced hypertension, while addressing its [...]
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Use dental floss to carefully remove any food particles lodged between two teeth in the pained area of your mouth.After flossing, rinse your mouth thoroughly. Rapidly swish warm water around in your mouth to loosen any food particles. Spit the water out when done.Avoid chewing on the [...]
Sore throat is very common and one of the most irritating ailment. A sore throat can be the first sign of acold,a side effect of strained vocal cords, oran indication of something more serious (like strep throat).
Here are some ways to soothe your throat:
NSAIDs can help you
One of the most effective treatments for sore throat is probably already in your medicine cabinet: an over-the-counter, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) such as Advil or Aleve.
“These medicines are combination pain relievers and anti-inflammatories, so they’ll make you feel better and they’ll also reduce some of the swelling associated with a sore [...]
If you are vulnerable to headache, you most likely know a number of the triggers: Stress, lack of sleep, starvation, allergy symptoms, sinus issues or eye pressure.
If your complications come up from pressure, you then would possibly need to contemplate yoga.
Yoga helps ease stress complications by enjoyable muscular tissues in your head, again, and neck, boosting circulation to your mind and higher physique, and bettering your posture.
The greatest time to deal with a headache is on the first signal of the ache, earlier than the muscle tissues go into spasm. To cut back the quantity of complications you expertise, incorporate the next yoga poses into your each [...]
Sometimes you might experience indigestion, acid reflux, bloating, pain, constipation or diarrhea. A regular practice of yoga can help prevent these kind of problems or aid in healing many types of chronic digestive complaints. There are certain simple, basic postures that you can easily incorporate into a regular practice. Putting them together in short sequences can be very effective and work within your time constraints. Let’s take a look at three separate sequences that you can practice at home, or you can link them altogether for a longer more thorough routine.
Begin by sitting on your heals with knees [...]
Nose Bleeds are very common entity… specially among the children because of habit of pricking their nose
It is also known as Epistaxis. Underlying causes are not serious always
Most of the cases are not very serious but if prolonged can be Serious.
Here are some tips to handle nose bleed:
Sit up straight and tip your head slightly forward. Note: Do not tilt your head back. This may cause blood to run down the back of your throat, and you may swallow it. Swallowed blood can irritate your stomach and cause vomiting. And vomiting may make the bleeding worse or cause it to start again. Spit out any blood that gathers in [...]
Here are five COPD stress-management techniques you can adopt right away to ease stress and, in turn, your COPD symptoms:
Step 1. Treat COPD to Reduce Stress
The best way to reduce COPD stress is to get a handle on your COPD. “Use your medications on a regular basis to keep your airways dilated so you can breathe better,” says Hatipoglu. Bronchodilators help treat COPD by relaxing the muscles around the airways to keep them open.
Also, don’t forget to get flu and pneumonia vaccinations, because both illnesses can cause a COPD exacerbation and stress.
Step 2. Learn to Breathe [...]