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Pooping shouldn’t be a long-stretched and lingering process. You should try to keep your washroom time way too less than 10 to 15 minutes, recommends Gregory Thorkelson, M.D., a psychiatrist in the branch of gastroenterology, haematology, and nutrition at the University of Pittsburgh.
In fact, you should only make your way to the toilet when the urgent nature’s call. If the impulse to poop isn’t there, habitually you may be tempted to push yourself or stress to try to get the thing done.
The development of hemorrhoids
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The American Institute for Cancer states on their website, “Research has shown that most cancers can be prevented. Scientists now estimate that 60 percent to 70 percent of
cancers are all preventable through currently available information and simple changes in diet and lifestyle.” With that encouraging statement in mind, this article addresses changes you can make in your day to day dietary lifestyle that will not only improve your health, but help you to avoid toxins that can increase your chance of cancer
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To take better care
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 33% of pregnancies in the country are unwanted. If you are looking out for you to avoid pregnancy, knows the truth behind some common myths about contraception and pregnancy prevention, and protect yourself better.
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The size, shape and structure of your nose reveal a lot about your personality. Read below to find it.
The Turned Up Nose
If you have a Long, curved and upward tip nose, you are optimistic, positive and a passionate person. You share a strong bond with family and friends. Victoria Beckham is one such person.
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Even though you can’t completely prevent the development of plaque on your teeth, you can reduce the accumulation of residues in your mouth and prevent the further progress of this disease by certain home procedures. At smokers, nicotine is accumulated in the teeth, and due to this their plates are dark yellow. The same is with people who drink a lot of coffee. Plaque can be the reason for tooth decay or even a tooth loss. It is recommended to go to dentist every 6 months to do deep prophylaxis. But, however most people forget, or they just feel fear and avoid going to their dentist.
So we will present homemade remedies which will help you to remove plaque!
Home remedy 1
- 1/2 liter of water
- 60gr of flour nutshell
Boil water and 60 grams of flour nutshell on a low heat, until it starts bubbling then let it stand on low heat for another 10 minutes. The mixture will be similar as toothpaste. Brush your teeth with this mixture for 5 minutes, twice a month.
Home remedy 2
- 2 tablespoons of lime juice
- 2 tablespoons sunflower seed
- ½ liter of water
This will prevent tartar and plaque. It is of great importance to maintain our oral hygiene in order to stay away for the bad breath and damaged black/yellow teeth.
- It is very important to have a good dental hygiene on a daily basis
- We should brush our teeth after every meal
- It is recommended to use a natural and ecological toothpaste
- To remove food debris between teeth, use dental floss or thread every night
- Also, make sure to use a mouthwash
- You can go to your dentist for a dental cleaning, but it is very important not to be performed too frequently in order not to damage the enamel.
the ingredients on a low heat for 1 hour. Brush your teeth with the mixture for 5 minutes, twice a month.
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A woman’s body is always changing. Sometimes women ignore these changes thinking these might be normal. However these changes could actually be early symptoms of cancer, hence it is important to recognize these changes.
Chronic Cough & Congestion
One may dismiss a chronic cough, wheezing, shortness of breath with signs of asthma or however these could indicate lung tumors & leukemia.
Sometimes women ignore change in size , shape or color of mole, this could be a sign of skin cancer. Consult doctor.
Getting tired due to hectic lifestyle is normal, however if you feeling overly tired, you need to consult your doctor.
Changes in Breasts
Some of the changes in breasts can be due to hormones, but if you find your nipples with rashes or discharge or they are inverted, consult gynecologist.
If you feel persistently bloated, do not ignore as this could be due to kidney or ovarian cancer.
If you are in habit of smoking, watch out for white or red spots inside your mouth or on your lips, these could be sign of oral cancer.
Heavy Periods/ In Between Periods
This is the first sign of endometrial cancer, consult gynecologist.
If you are not trying to lose weight and still you see a sudden weight loss, discuss this with your doctor.
Swollen Lymph’s Nodes
If you are facing difficulty in swallowing, it may be due to fungal infection. But if you are vomiting this could mean stomach cancer.
Any discoloration or noticeable change in your nails too should not be ignored.
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v@g!nal health is an important aspect of any woman’s life. Many women struggle with some kind of v@g!nal issue at some point in their lives.
Yeast and bacterial infections, urinary tract infections (UTIs), vaginitis, thrush, excessive discharge or v@g!nal dryness can make any woman miserable.
Several factors that affect v@g!nal health include unprotected seks; conditions like pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, psychological issues; and hormonal changes in the body. Side effects of birth control and use of feminine-hygiene products also impact your v@g!nal health.
A healthy v@g!na has a naturally acidic pH level and plenty of healthy bacteria to help ward off infections. Good hygiene and several foods can help keep your v@g!na healthy and your pH levels balanced.
Here are the top 10 foods to improve your v@g!nal health.
1. Greek Yogurt
Eating Greek yogurt daily is great for maintaining v@g!nal health. It contains live and active cultures (Lactobacillus bacteria) that prevent disease-causing organisms from attaching to the v@g!na and produce chemicals like lactic acid that inactivate or kill other infection-causing organisms. It also helps maintain healthy pH levels in the body.
According to a 2014 study published in the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics journal, lactobacilli help maintain normal urogenital health and play a key role in preventing bacterial vaginosis, yeast vaginitis, UTIs and seksually transmitted diseases.
Eat 1 to 2 cups of probiotic yogurt daily. Other good probiotic foods that you can include in your diet are miso, kimchi, sauerkraut and kefir.
Lemons also support v@g!nal health as their acidic nature helps maintain the v@g!na’s healthy pH level. Antioxidants in it also help protect the cells from free-radical damage.
In addition, it works as an immune booster to help your body prevent and fight any kind of infection.
Drink lemon water once or twice daily to help restore the pH balance in your body. To make lemon water, mix the juice of ½ lemon to a glass of warm water and add a little raw honey for taste.
3. Cranberry Juice
Cranberry juice is great for improving your v@g!nal health. It helps balance the v@g!na’s pH level and its acidic property helps fight bacteria that cause UTIs, v@g!nal infections and other problems.
To reap the benefits, drink a glass of unsweetened, organic cranberry juice daily. Those who like the tart flavor can even eat a handful of cranberries daily. You can opt to take cranberry tablets, but consult your doctor first.
Garlic contains antimicrobial and antifungal properties that help prevent v@g!nal problems, such as itching, burning, odor, v@g!nal discharge and even UTIs.
It also boosts the immune system, so that your body is ready to fight off any infection.
Eat 2 to 3 raw garlic cloves on a daily basis. You can also add garlic or its paste to your dishes and salads. If you prefer to take garlic capsules, consult your doctor first.
To combat v@g!nal dryness as well as itching and burning, include kale and other low-oxalate green vegetables in your diet.
Kale is a rich source of vitamins A and C and helps improve blood circulation. In addition, it gives a boost to your immunity to help keep infections at bay.
Add kale to your salad, vegetable juice or green smoothie. You can also cook it lightly and eat it as a side dish. Other green vegetables that are good for v@g!nal health include cabbage, celery and collard green.
The phytoestrogens in this soy product help keep the v@g!na lubricated, which is very important to prevent dryness, itching and other problems.
It also contains omega-3 fatty acids, protein and several vitamins and minerals that help your body cope with premenstrual as well as menopausal symptoms.
Aim for consuming ½ cup of organic, unprocessed edamame on a daily basis. Other soy products that you can include in your diet are soybeans, soymilk, tofu and so on.
Rich in phytoestrogens and high in omega-3 fatty acids, flaxseeds can also combat many v@g!nal issues. The phytoestrogens increase estrogen levels, which prevents v@g!nal dryness and other menopausal symptoms.
In addition, the zinc in these seeds help treat v@g!nal dryness, itching and burning.
Sprinkle about 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseeds on cereal, smoothies, yogurt, salads and juices. When eating flaxseeds, make sure to drink an ample amount of water for smooth digestion.
Avocado is another food that stimulates v@g!nal health. The healthy fats in avocado support healthy v@g!nal walls and keep it naturally lubricated. This helps prevent v@g!nal dryness as well as itching and burning.
In addition, its vitamin B6 and potassium content support v@g!nal health.
Make sure to eat avocado in moderation. Just ¼ of an avocado daily is enough to reap its benefits. You can include this creamy fruit in your salad, sandwich or smoothie.
9. Pumpkin Seeds
Every woman should include pumpkin seeds in their diet. Being a rich source of zinc, pumpkin seeds help regulate the menstrual cycle and even combat symptoms of v@g!nal dryness, such as itching and burning.
In addition, these tiny seeds boost your immune system and improve bladder health.
You can enjoy a handful of these sweet, creamy seeds as a healthy snack. Also, try adding the seeds to sautéed vegetables, salads, soups and smoothies.
10. Sweet Potatoes
You can also include sweet potatoes in your diet to keep your v@g!nal and uterine walls healthy. When absorbed by the body, the beta-carotene in sweet potatoes is converted into vitamin A, a powerful antioxidant.
This antioxidant protects against free-radical damage and allows the cells of the reproductive tract to function properly to keep the v@g!nal walls healthy and moist.
Eat 1 cup of sweet potatoes on a daily basis. Enjoy them baked, roasted, grilled or mashed.
To keep the mucous v@g!nal membranes lubricated and functioning properly, drink sufficient water throughout the day.
Avoid processed and sugar-rich foods.
Eat plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits.
While treating an infection, avoid foods that contain yeasts, such as beer and bread.
Quit smoking and drinking, which can increase your risk of infection.
When it comes to underwear, opt for cotton as it breathes and absorbs moisture.
Do exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.
Avoid douching, which increases the risk of infections.
Avoid unprotected $ex.
Avoid using scented soaps, wipes and other v@g!nal products as they can lead to dryness.
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Birth control pills, commonly referred to as “the pill,” are considered one of the safest methods to prevent unintended pregnancy. They are a highly effective contraceptive when taken correctly (at the same time daily).
According to a 2012 National Health Statistics Reports, 62 percent of women of reproductive age were using contraception between 2006 and 2010.