These steps may help you during a medical emergency !

Chest pain, choking, bleeding, fainting, seizures. If an emergency occurs, how would you react? Do you know the first steps of first aid? People are often hesitant to get involved in an emergency situation.It’s not so much they don’t want to help. They’re worried they won’t know what to do.After all, emergencies can happen anywhere…

Identifying and treating Vitamin D deficiency

Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that is stored in the liver and fatty tissues. This means that increased body fat has the ability to absorb Vitamin D and keep it from being used within our body. Vitamin D is somewhat different than other vitamins because our body makes most of our Vitamin D on…

Can stress and a sedentary lifestyle make you infertile?

Infertility is a condition that refers to the inability to conceive. In most cases, infertility may also refer to the biological inability of a person to contribute to the process of conception; or to a woman who is incapable of carrying a pregnancy to its full term. There are several causes behind infertility; but taking…

9 ways to inculcate good eating habits in children

The habits that children form when they are young are what they will carry with them as adults and further on to last a lifetime. So it is important to nurture good eating habits and expose them to healthy foods, in their younger days, so that they opt for those when they grow up by…

Treat Anemia with this recommended diet

There can be many reasons ,but actually anemia is related with the iron deficiency. Though you might be fat or thin this does not matter. But it is the deficiency of iron in blood.Folic acid can cure deficiency of anemia. But do consult a specialist if there are complications. What is anemia? Anemia or anaemia which literally…

Is Swimming as effective as working out in the gym?

Yes, the treadmill is fun and so are those dumbbells, but it can be easy to get stuck in a workout rut. If you’re looking for a total-body routine that burns a ton of calories (and doesn’t involve having to brave the frigid cold in any way), give swimming a try. From toning your core…

Cellulite: Its causes and treatments to try!

Cellulite refers to the fat stored on specific body parts especially on the abdomen. It looks like orange peel or cottage cheese under the skin. Causes Cellulite is a fat tissue that appears below the skin’s surface. People does not need to be overweight to have cellulite, in fact, skinny people can have some on…

Diabetes and Glaucoma are related…Here is how!

Unexpected sight loss is more common than you may think. Blindness often happens without prior warning signs and in people unaware they are at risk. The two most common culprits of unexpected sight loss are diabetes and glaucoma. These diseases are known as the “sneak thieves of sight” because symptoms may not occur in the…

7 natural ways to boost your energy all day long

Too many of us are dragging ourselves around. Morning, noon and night you can turn an energy zap into a natural energy boost.This is a post about things you can do today. Morning energy boosters 1)Energy zap: Drinking coffee. Yes, in the short run this works. But you’re making a deal with the devil by…

4 Harmful muscle building myths uncovered

If you’re serious about making a solid commitment to a muscle-building program, you need to be very careful of who you take advice from. Bodybuilding and fitness is literally a multi-billion dollar industry with new websites popping up every single day. Many of the so-called “experts” out there really don’t have a clue of what…

Know about the early symptoms of menopause

When a woman experiences menopause before the age of 40 it is termed perimenopause or early menopause. Early menopause symptoms are the same as those of normal menopause. Early menopause symptoms manifest themselves in the form of brittle bones, mood changes, heart disease and other problems. Early menopause symptoms are seen more in women who…

5 Home remedies for ganglion cysts!

Ganglion cysts are a common condition which affects our tendons and joints of the ankles, wrists, fingers or soles of the feet. They are small, rounded bags filled with viscous and dense liquid. They can be small, medium sized or bigger up to an inch in diameter. Their consistency can be spongy or solid, which…