Varicose Veins Treatment: 6 Foods To Eat

Our veins are definitely an integral part of blood circulation in the body, making varicose veins treatment a top priority for sufferers.  Nobody likes to see their veins bulging excessively from the skin, but that’s what you get when varicose veins set in. This condition can be enhanced with a family history of the disease, poor dietary lifestyle or advancing age. Varicose veins which may be benign in its early stages, can become worrisome with time, and even life threatening … Read More

Sunburn Relief: 10 Home Remedies

Getting some fresh breath of air and cool weather outside can be an amazing experience, but definitely not under a frigging scorching sun. As advantageous as Vitamin D may be, what becomes of an overly exposed skin to the sun is unsightly, displeasing and very uncomfortable. Sunburns are always better prevented than treated, for good reasons. But here are some remedies for you if you ever have to deal with sunburns. Get the Ice Applying an ice pack on the … Read More

Piles and Haemorrhoids: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Uncomfortable rectal pains and swollen veins are typical symptoms of Piles, commonly referred to as Haemorrhoids. Piles affect almost any individual with high predisposition to factors that stimulate the onset of the condition. These risk factors include having a low fibre diet, poor sitting position, spinal cord injury, sitting for long periods of time and straining during bowel movements. Those who have anal intercourse, obese individuals and pregnant women are also more prone to developing the condition. It also tends … Read More

Allergic Contact Dermatitis: All You Need To Know

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Just as it sounds, you develop allergic contact dermatitis when your skin comes in contact with foreign agents that it finds repulsive. These agents may be chemicals, creams, detergents, treatment and other skincare products. As a form of defence, your body quickly reacts to this agent, causing a reddish appearance or other symptoms around the contact region of the skin. However, most of these cases are usually self-resolving, or can be treated pretty easily and shouldn’t be a cause for … Read More

Dishydrotic Eczema Treatment Tips

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Itchy blisters on the feet, fingers, toes etc. are major symptoms of dyshidrotic eczema. The condition which is often thought to be seasonal may last a few weeks before eventually drying out. It is more common during spring than other parts of the year and is also related to some allergies. Common triggering allergies are moist feet and hands, cobalt, leather, paints, cobalt, etc. Dishydrotic eczema is not a communicable disease. And there is the possibility of simultaneously having atopic … Read More

How To Get Rid Of Cystic Acne and Baby Acne In No Time

Almost everyone has experienced the growth phase associated with minor acne. The condition usually shouldn’t be a cause for alarm, but a persistent and seemingly unending circle is. In this article, we will be digging into the tips and ways to get rid of the condition. We will also be diving a bit more about cystic acne, baby acne, and everything in an around acne. Enjoy! What causes acne? It’s arguably impossible for us not to have one or two … Read More

Unique Facts and Benefits of Dead Sea Minerals

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The Sea Bordered by Palestine and Israel in the west, and Jordan in the east, the Dead Sea has a very high salt concentration. It is actually 9 times saltier than the ocean. This unique feature makes it a centre of attraction for Mediterranean tourists. The Sea has its main source of water from the Jordan River. Unique Dead Sea Facts Never heard much about this Sea? Well then, we’ve got some amazing Dead sea facts for you. The Dead … Read More

Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatment: 6 Home Remedies

Seborrheic dermatitis causes great itching and discomfort, and is similar to eczema in its stages. Its symptoms are also very akin to psoriasis and other types of dermatitis. But as with many of these skin conditions, basic lifestyle and dietary changes may be all you need to be free from psoriasis. What part of the body is affected? Seborrheic dermatitis mainly affects the scalp, face and forehead.The condition is however not limited to these body parts as the chest, back, … Read More

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