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Fitness,Nutrition & Diet / Re: Fruit can make you healthy and slimmer
« on: February 10, 2018, 05:58:07 PM »
Pear: A great source of Vitamin C, pear is the perfect fruit for weight loss. It is packed with fiber which keeps you full for longer as it gets digested slowly. Pears are also known to keep your cholesterol levels in check.

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General / Re: Causes of hair loss.
« on: January 27, 2018, 04:43:28 PM »
More than 50 percent of all men over the age of 50 will be affected by male pattern baldness. Here's what causes it and ways to address hair loss.

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease that causes hair to fall out in round patches. Learn about its symptoms, causes, and treatment.

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Fitness,Nutrition & Diet / Re: Herniated Disc and Back Pain
« on: December 13, 2017, 12:38:34 PM »


A herniated disc most often occurs in the lumbar spine (lower back) or the cervical spine (neck), but it can also occur in the thoracic spine (upper back). Each location for a herniated disc produces different symptoms of pain.

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Herniated Disc Symptoms in the Lumbar Spine

Leg pain (also known as sciatica) is the most common symptom associated with a herniated disc in the lumbar spine. Approximately 90% of herniated discs occur at L4-L5 and L5-S1, causing pain in the L5 or S1 nerve that radiates down the sciatic nerve. Symptoms of a herniated disc at these locations are described below:

    A herniated disc at lumbar segment 4 and 5 (L4-L5) usually causes L5 nerve impingement. In addition to sciatica pain, this type of herniated disc can lead to weakness when raising the big toe and possibly in the ankle, also known as foot drop. Numbness and pain can also be felt on top of the foot.
    Lumbar Herniated Disc Video
    Lumbar Herniated Disc Video
    A herniated disc at lumbar segment 5 and sacral segment 1 (L5-S1) usually causes S1 nerve impingement. In addition to sciatica, this type of herniated disc can lead to weakness when standing on the toes. Numbness and pain can radiate down into the sole of the foot and the outside of the foot.

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Herniated Disc Symptoms in the Cervical Spine
Cervical Herniated Disc Video
Cervical Herniated Disc Video

A cervical herniated disc is less common than a lumbar herniated disc because there is less disc material and substantially less force across the cervical spine. The pain and other herniated disc symptoms differ by level:

    A herniated disc at cervical segment 4 and 5 (C4-C5) causes C5 nerve root impingement. Patients may feel weakness in the deltoid muscle in the upper arm but do not usually feel numbness or tingling sensations. A cervical herniated disc at this level can also cause shoulder pain.
    A herniated disc at cervical segment 5 and 6 (C5-C6) causes C6 nerve root impingement. This level is one of the most common areas for a cervical herniated disc to occur. It can cause weakness in the biceps (the muscles in the front of the upper arms) and in the wrist extensor muscles. Pain, numbness and tingling can radiate to the thumb side of the hand.
    A herniated disc at cervical segment 6 and 7 (C6-C7) causes C7 nerve root impingement and is another common type of cervical herniated disc. It can cause weakness in the triceps (the muscles in the back of the upper arm and extending to the forearm) and in the extensor muscles of the fingers. Numbness and tingling along with pain can radiate down the triceps and into the middle finger.
    A herniated disc at cervical segment 7 and thoracic segment 1 (C7-T1) causes C8 nerve root impingement. This may lead to weakness when gripping with the hand, along with numbness, pain, and tingling that radiates down the arm and to the little finger side of the hand.

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General / Re: Four natural remedies that improve hair quality and growth !!
« on: December 08, 2017, 02:43:47 PM »
How your hair grows depends on a number of factors and how they supplement and interact with each other. Here is the list of the factors that can deteriorate hair growth:

  • Old age
    Unhealthy diet leading to vitamin, mineral, and protein deficiencies
    Weak immune system
    Hormonal imbalance
    Physical stress on the hair, such as overstyling and usage of excessive hair products
    Environmental factors, such as seasonal changes, atmospheric pollutants, and sunlight exposure
    Psychological issues like stress, trauma, and anxiety
    Medications like antidepressants and blood thinners
    Sudden weight loss
    PCOS

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Physical and Mental Health / Re: Health benefits of a Good sleep!
« on: July 26, 2017, 05:12:17 PM »
Pay attention to what you eat and drink
Create a restful environment
Include physical activity in your daily routine


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You may have seen the ads in the back of men's magazines, you've heard the commercials on the radio, and you've seen the infomercials promoting miracle treatments for hair loss. The bottom line is that most advertised "treatments" do not work for the prevention and treatment of hair loss. If a hair loss treatment is not approved by the FDA or recommended by the American Hair Loss Association, chances are you are wasting your time and money.

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General / Re: How is hair loss caused ???
« on: March 17, 2017, 03:52:02 PM »
Hair loss affects men and women in different ways and can have a dramatic impact on our lives. Hair loss will affect most men at some point in their lives and it affects many women too to some degree. DHT, or Dihydrotestosterone in full, is a steroid and hormone that plays an influential role in hair loss. Find out more about DHT and how you can mitigate its effects in our blog post.

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Health Tips / Re: Health benefits of ginger tea!
« on: March 14, 2017, 06:31:00 PM »
Earlier this year, I had a day where I experienced a sore throat and sinus irritation. I didn’t reach for a box of any over-the-counter remedy, instead I juiced a fair amount of ginger and lemon and added it to a tea. I was very satisfied with the relief I felt. My experience was nothing new; ginger, or ginger root, has been cultivated and used therapeutically for thousands of years. Traditional medicine systems all over the world have applied it to a wide range of ailments, including calming an upset stomach. Recent studies of ginger have confirmed this effect and much more

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Fitness,Nutrition & Beauty / Re: Does shampooing cause hair loss??
« on: March 08, 2017, 05:08:44 PM »
In my case shampoo has caused hair loss..

 :-[

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Fitness,Nutrition & Diet / Re: Backpain Excersices: A Solution
« on: March 06, 2017, 05:55:56 PM »
1. Bottom to heels stretch
2. Knee rolls
3. Back extensions
4. Deep abdominal strengthening
5. Pelvic tilts

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Fitness,Nutrition & Diet / Re: Hair loss & thinning
« on: March 04, 2017, 05:00:03 PM »
Thinning of hairs grow with the age. At the end person become bald, if proper care wouldn't be taken. Common causes of  hair thinning includes harmonal imbalance, stress, nutritional deficiency, lack of proteins etc. 
 If some one wants to get it treated then you must be consult a hair loss specialist. start treatment with medications. If no improvement then you have to go under hair transplant surgery which is the only permanent & natural hair loss treatment.


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Health Tips / Re: Best Hair care tips
« on: February 17, 2017, 05:38:51 PM »
Hairs are the important part of human personality. It is must to take care of your hairs.
The tips you all of share are very useful  for me.

If someone has white or grey hairs, it must be used ammonia free dye for hair.

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General / Re: CAUSES OF HAIR LOSS
« on: February 29, 2016, 12:46:14 PM »
Thanks for nice tips...
Genetic are reasons are somewhere justified but Changing life style and increasing stress is playing the lead role to cause hair loss. even the youngsters are suffering from hair loss too .No t only women , men are also victims of hair loss.

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