Archive | July, 2016

Remedies for shin splints

Shin splints are sports injuries that happen due to overexerting of the body especially running exercises. Pain can be felt along the tibia caused by swelling of the muscles or even a stress fracture. [youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sg3WjVce4Zk”] Shin splints is also called medial tibial stress syndrome which happens in athletes who intensify or change their training […]

How to relieve tiredness

Tiredness is also called as fatigue or weariness in which there is lack of energy or motivation. Physical and mental conditions can cause tiredness, infections and sleep disorders. Feeling tired once in while after performing strenous work is normal, but feeling tired and fatigued all the time even without doing any activities can be an […]

How to deal with a barometric pressure headache

A barometric pressure headache is triggered by changes in the pressure of the atmosphere. The barometric pressure is air pressure which changes depending on the weather condition or altitude. [youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBFaOrBt4wM”] The headaches can be classified into non-migraine and migraine-type which depends on the symptoms and sensitivity of pain which varies from person to person. […]

How to get rid of boils

Boils are infection of the skin that develops on a hair follicle or an oil gland. The affected area becomes red and eventually small bumps will develop. In a few days the bump becomes white due to pus that builds up under the skin. [youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgK0Jk-2UtE”] Boils can develop anywhere in the body but usually […]

Treatment of neck rashes in babies

Skin rashes are common in young babies. They are white bumps that look similar to a pimple or a rash that looks like hives or yellowish skin caused by jaundice. This condition is normal and eventually improves without treatment. [youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAYBiCFyPx0″] Causes of neck rashes The skin folds are susceptible to rashes since the baby […]

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