Posted by Neeta on Jan 15, 2017 in Diseases | Comments Off on 5 Major Respiratory Diseases You Should Beware of
Respiratory diseases commonly occur in almost every person. It need not be a big disease; it can be a minor throat irritation too which becomes a hitch in our day-to-day life, making talking problematic, producing small coughing every now and then and overall disturbing us. Or it can be a nasal congestion that doesn’t allow us to breathe easily and makes us feel uncomfortable. An apparently small respiratory problem can become bigger in the long run if remains unheeded. Therefore it’s recommended to know about major respiratory diseases which may be slowly crawling towards you, given the increasing pollution and infections.
Posted by Neeta on Dec 13, 2016 in General Health, Physical Health | Comments Off on Choose the Right Protein Shake for Optimum Health
Protein shakes are a seemingly easy solution for those who want to become healthy but feel scarcity of time to prepare healthy food at home and exercise. With the support of celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow, protein shakes are getting increasing popularity. For example, read this Shakeology review. However, all protein shakes are not created equal. You have to check whether the shake will really be useful to you or you will just lose money you spent on it. Hence you should know what to look for in a protein shake.
Posted by Ceca on Nov 24, 2016 in Reviews | Comments Off on Is Green Tea Really so Beneficial to Human Health?
Why are people so obsessed with green tea? Is this beverage so magical? Can it help you shred some pounds or not become ill? Will it make you look and feel younger? To some extent, the answer is yes. However, our overall well-being is wrapped up in our genes and lifestyle, therefore a cup of premium organic green tea a day won’t take all your troubles away. So, why do medical experts and scientists recommend drinking tea on a regular basis? Let’s see what the real benefits of this beverage are!
Posted by Neeta on Nov 17, 2016 in Child-birth and Parenting, Pregnancy | Comments Off on Foods and Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Hemorrhoids after Pregnancy
Pregnancy and baby-birth bring a lot of joy in a woman’s life, but they also offer her some curses. One of the worst curses that pregnancy offers is hemorrhoids or piles. This is a blob of flesh inside or outside anus that forms because of the lack of blood supply to the anus because of the suppression of blood vessels due to increased size of uterus and thereby constipation. If you are distressed by the postpartum hemorrhoids, good news for you is that you can avoid it, just by making some changes to your eating habits and lifestyle. Here are some tips.
Posted by Neeta on Nov 10, 2016 in General Health, Physical Health | Comments Off on Naturopathy – the Safest Way to Remain Healthy Always
Do you believe that for everyday ailments like common cold, flu, small wounds, aches and pains, we should not expose our body to chemicals in high tech allopathic medicines, so as to keep it free from toxins? If you believe this, let me tell you about naturopathy. This is the safest branch of medicines that uses only substance occurring in nature and therefore suits our bodies well.
Posted by Ceca on Nov 5, 2016 in Healthy Aging | Comments Off on Chaga Mushroom – Powerful Antioxidant
Have you heard about chaga mushroom and how rich in antioxidant this fungus is? Inonotus obliquus in Latin, chaga mushrooms grow as parasites on birch trees and they are known for their numerous health benefits. If you would like to give these powerful mushrooms a try, but you don’t know how and when to use them, we’ll try to give you some tips.
Posted by Guest Author on Oct 27, 2016 in Diseases | Comments Off on What is type 1 diabetes?
Diabetes type 1 also known as, diabetes mellitus or juvenile diabetes is a serious condition that is common among children and teenagers. It is a condition in which the beta cells of the pancreas fails or becomes unable to produce enough insulin as required by the body for the body processes and functions. In this case, when the body fails to produce enough insulin, the sugar levels of the body is elevated beyond the required standards. Through the condition has got no cure, there are some of the prevention and other mechanisms that can be put in place to combat the same.