Diabetes Does Damage The Liver Protect It With Phytomedicines

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Saturday, 31 May 2014

Premature Menopause Problem in Women

Menopause typically occurs at about age 50, but can begin between ages 41 and 45 (early menopause) or at or around age 40 (premature menopause). Early and premature menopause can occur naturally or be caused by surgical removal of the ovaries.

According to the study, women with premature menopause were 40 percent more likely to do poorly on verbal and visual memory tests. They also had a 35 percent higher risk of decline in psychomotor speed (coordination between the brain and the muscles that brings about movement) and overall mental function.

This study adds to the existing evidence base to suggest premature menopause can have a significant impact on cognitive function in later life, which healthcare professionals must be aware of.


Friday, 30 May 2014

Ginger Tea in Pregnancy

Nausea and vomiting are one of the most common complaints during a woman’s pregnancy.

In fact, 50 to 90 percent of women have queasiness during the first thirteen weeks of pregnancy due to number of factors like hormonal shifts, heightened sense of smell, psychological challenges, and genetic.

Sipping ginger tea twice or thrice in a day is effective against pregnancy sickness.



Friday, 23 May 2014

Dehydration Cure in This Summer

Summer take a heavy toll on body, with high humidity people sweat a lot and become dehydrated.

Let’s re hydrate in a healthiest way. Drink fluid, especially water, throughout the day and not the carbonated fizzy drinks. Fruits and fruit juices are best source for replenishing minerals, natural sugars and water. Include fruits and vegetables like watermelon, pineapple, cucumber, orange, lemon . They are cooling and perfect for hot summer days.

Hydrate by drinking tender coconut water. Limit alcoholic beverages, they may contribute to dehydration. Limit coffee intake instead enjoy herbal iced teas, they are great thirst quenchers.

Tip: Carry a bottle of water mixed with a teaspoon of sugar and a pinch of salt to help replenish vital minerals and salt.


Diabetes is Not Good for Brain

New research indicates, people with type 2 diabetes may lose more brain volume than is expected as they age. Diabetes affects the brain by causing damage to blood vessels and brain-cell degeneration. The findings of research (Conducted at University of Pennsylvania's Perleman School of Medicine in Philadelphia) links diabetes directly to brain atrophy, underscoring the importance of primary prevention and early management of diabetes in reducing the burden of dementia, particularly in older population.


Monday, 19 May 2014

Erection Problems in Male & Female

Erectile dysfunction is the inability to attain or maintain an erection adequate for the sexual satisfaction of both partners. Erection problems are common in adult men. Almost all men sometimes have trouble getting or keeping an erection. In many cases, the problem goes away with little or no treatment. Being tired, stressed, having problems with your partner, or drinking too much can make it tough to get an erection, and it’s normal for that to happen once in a while. See doctor, however, if it’s an ongoing problem. He will help figure out the cause and give treatment options.

Saturday, 17 May 2014

Fiber for Healthy Heart

Fiber helps lower cholesterol and your chances of heart disease. It also can lower blood sugar, may even prevent colon cancer and help avoid hemorrhoids. Women should get about 25 grams a day and men at least 35 to 40grams a day of fibre. Eating fiber-rich whole foods is the best way to increase your fiber intake.



Monday, 12 May 2014

Hair Care Tip



Try lathering up with warm water and rinsing with cool water. Cold water seals the hair's cuticle to lock in moisture and shine. From the makers of Moha cosmecueticals