Ever dream you are flying? I remember the soaring feeling in my dreams as a young child. The freedom…the release…the hope…the sense that I was made for more in this life….
Don’t think you dream at night? Science has proven that we all dream. Early thought was that dreams occur in our rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, but dream states can happen during various stages of sleep. We all dream about 4-5 times a night, but you probably just don’t remember them.
Science is still trying to figure this one out. One theory is our short term memory isn’t functioning. Others suspect if you don’t have an association to recall the dream, it will remain hidden from your conscious mind. Read more
The prostate gland sits below the bladder and is an important part of a male body. Most men don’t give any importance to maintaining prostate health which leads to a number of prostate related problems in men. Incorporating some simple exercise into your daily routine will help keep the prostate healthier and also prevent many problems associated with the gland such as involuntary urination and prostate cancer.
Lunges works out your glutes, hamstrings, prostate, quads and calf muscles. They are more effective when combined with exercises like squats. The routine starts with you standing straight with one leg forward and the other backward. Holding a comfortable weight, slowly move the front knee downwards to a 90 degree position. Keep your back straight and look straight forward. Hold this position for at least 10 seconds, ease your weight back on your heels and push yourself slowly back to the position you started in. repeat 12 to 16 times and then switch legs. This exercise should be done just once or twice every week and you will need to do 2-3 set per leg. Read more
It’s hard to tell when your life will take a drastic turn and suddenly change everything for you one day. The worst part is, you never would have seen it coming. Medical problems lie in this category of unforeseeable issues. One would think, “So I’ve been eating healthy, I exercise regularly, I don’t smoke or drink… That should be sufficient for a comfortable, healthy life.” Unfortunately, one can never tell when a medical condition will spring up, and that’s when you realize that you never even saw it coming. Nervous disorders are part of the same list, and one such nervous disorder in particular is Parkinson’s disease. We’ll get ourselves acquainted with Parkinson’s disease some more before moving on to possible treatment such as Ayurvedic treatment, which could possibly help stay away from this disease.
What is Parkinson’s Disease
Parkinson’s disease, which is a progressive neurological disorder, is said to affect one in every 500 people. This condition normally occurs when a person has an inadequate amount of dopamine producing brain-cells. This disease acquires its name from Dr. James Parkinson, who first identified this neurological condition as “the shaking palsy”, way back in 1817. It is after his identification of this disorder that the disease assumed his name, and came to be known as Parkinson’s disease. When a person is affected by Parkinson’s disease, 80% or more of those dopamine producing cells are either dead, damaged, or degenerated, thus, bringing about instability, and a lack of control in their movement. There are 4 basal symptoms, and 5 stages of Parkinson’s disease. The symptoms of this disease are: Read more
Excessive feet sweating may not be a disease, but those living with this condition may develop other complications like fungal skin infections. It happens because bacteria are able to breed as a result of the excessive sweat being trapped in your socks and shoes. The bacteria caused by excessive feet sweat can also cause athlete’s foot as well as smelly feet.
Excessive sweating of the feet itself can happen because of various reasons, such as inherited genes, anxiety, overactive thyroid, etc. To able to stop (instead of just to prevent) excessive feet sweating, basically you can apply the tips that have been discussed on this blog previously. Read more
Your kidneys are vital organs that perform several necessary functions. Keeping kidneys healthy is an important part of overall health and well-being. They are responsible for removing waste products, extra water and flush out the toxins from your system. They are also essential to maintain blood pressure, red blood cell formation and the metabolism of vitamin D. hat’s why it is important to know how to properly take care of them so that they will be able to sustain your needs for your entire lifetime.
A healthy diet is one way you can prevent or treat kidney disease. Try to fill up on foods that boost kidney function and avoid those that promote disease. Read more
As we get older the skin began to sag and lose elasticity and its texture became crepe-like. Sadly, skin elasticity is one of the most important factors in good skin care.
The skin around the neck is extra thin and is more susceptible to developing aging and wrinkle. Some of the common cause of neck wrinkles is harmful affects of ultraviolet sun rays, aging, smoking, drinking alcohol and other harmful lifestyle habits. You can get rid of wrinkles and slow the skin aging by making home remedies to treat sagging skin, and by making some lifestyle changes.
Here are some things that you can do to prevent neck wrinkles. You can incorporate some of these techniques into your daily regimen to to avoid wrinkles on neck. Read more
Strep throat is the infection of pharynx, tonsils, esophagus that is caused by the bacteria A Streptococcus. The throat becomes inflamed, red and sore. Some of the symptoms of strep throat may include difficulty in swallowing, headache, feeling weak, rash, loss of appetite, excessive sweating, stomach pain, fever, sore throat, red, and white patches on the tonsils and throat. The symptoms of strep throat generally improved for 3 to 5 day. If you have developed a sore throat for more than a week, it is typically caused by something else and not strep.
Strep throat is a contagious disease that can easily spread infection from one person to another through direct touch or contamination of inanimate object. In order to reduce your risk of getting strep throat, it is important to maintain good personal hygiene and to avoid close contact with a person who already has the infection. People who suffer from strep throat should also take proper measures to help reduce the spread of bacterial infection. Read morekeep looking »