Burping is natural and mostly treatable. It could be due to the extra air you swallowed while eating, a random case of indigestion, or medications like antibiotics or antidepressants. However, it could also indicate food intolerances, GERD, an H. pylori infection, gastritis, peptic ulcer, or even gallstones. Be alert to other symptoms like bloating, cramping, or abdominal pain.
If you have hemorrhoids, have a sitz bath, avoid pressure on the area, and get enough rest. Increasing fiber intake, having plenty of water, and exercising can help too. Use glycerin and Epsom salt, an ice pack, petroleum jelly, witch hazel, aloe vera, goldenrod, or yarrow to ease irritation and inflammation. Homeopathic remedies like horse chestnut or Canada horsebalm can also be beneficial.
Every newborn is different. Some of them have glorious locks of hair on their heads that make them look absolutely adorable. Scientific studies have proven that expectant mothers who suffered from chronic heartburn during pregnancy are more likely to have newborns with hairy heads. In many cases, this is due to the hormonal influence of estrogen on the growing fetus.
Apply a cool compress, petroleum jelly, tea tree oil, or a sandalwood and turmeric paste for some much-needed relief from skin allergies. You can also soak in an oatmeal or rice water bath. Add a few drops of soothing chamomile oil to your bathwater to ease inflammation. Consuming probiotics and evening primrose oil may be useful too. Avoiding allergens is the most important thing you can do to prevent another flare-up.
Massage your scalp with any of these: onion juice, garlic paste mixed with honey, honey mixed with water (80-20 ratio), fresh aloe vera gel, tea tree oil, lemongrass oil mixed with grapeseed oil, amla juice, or a paste of hibiscus leaves. These inhibit the dandruff-causing fungus Malasezzia, and some of these also nourish the scalp with minerals like sulfur or healthy amino acids.
Dizziness can be cured by consuming vitamin-C rich lemon and Indian gooseberries. In addition to this, antioxidant-rich ginger tea, getting a lavender oil massage, or practicing some deep breathing exercises and rapid eye movement exercises can also help.
Wisdom tooth pain usually occurs when these large molars emerge and there's no space near the existing teeth to accommodate them. Keep the area clean and bacteria-free. Try a salt water or turmeric mouthwash, clove oil, or a paste of ginger and cayenne pepper to soothe the pain. You can also chill vegetables like potatoes, cucumber, and cabbage and apply these to the tooth for relief.
Bacterial vaginosis is a common vaginal infection where the bad bacteria in your vagina outnumber the good bacteria. Including garlic and yogurt in your diet, using a garlic or boric acid suppository, and rinsing with yogurt, diluted tea tree oil, or a goldenseal solution can be helpful. Meanwhile, not using soap to clean your vagina, wearing cotton underwear, and practicing safe sex may help prevent this infection.
Dry mouth is caused by the lack of sufficient saliva in your mouth. While mainstream remedies include oral moisturizers or artificial saliva, you can sort out a dry mouth with some home remedies. Sucking on ice chips, drinking lots of fluids, and chewing on sugar-free candies or gum can help. So can using a humidifier, having papaya or pineapple, and avoiding caffeine, alcohol, tobacco, and drying oral products. Also pay attention to your oral hygiene.
If your blood platelet count is dropping or well below ideal levels, you may need to supplement any other treatment with some natural remedies as well. Even if you’re just looking at remedies for a moderately low count, these easy remedies can help. Get some sunshine, cut out alcohol, stay hydrated and consume foods rich in vitamins B12, C, and K that help build and cleanse blood. Or try Ayurvedic remedy amla or drink some papaya leaf juice to help boost that platelet count.
Ginkgo biloba may just be the key to treating a number of health problems. Loaded with beneficial terpenoids and ﬂavonoids, ginkgo leaf extracts can fight dementia, Alzheimer's disease, sexual dysfunction, atherosclerosis, and intermittent claudication. Ginkgo can also help tackle anxiety, macular degeneration, normal tension glaucoma, tinnitus, and asthma. It works in combination too: taken with ginseng, ginkgo may improve your memory; a ginkgo–green tea topical application can give you a healthy glow.
Pinworms cause the most worm infections in America. To treat pinworms naturally, try home remedies like garlic, carrots, pumpkin seeds, and papaya seeds. Herbal remedies like wormwood and stemona can be useful too. Keeping your hands clean, daily showering in the morning, disinfecting your clothes and bedding, and changing your underclothes daily can help prevent reinfection.
It is common to have one or the other lymph node in the body swelling up as a defense against foreign bodies. There are many natural ways to treat lymph nodes. Using natural antimicrobials like turmeric, honey, garlic, etc orally or topically is a good way to go about it. Applying a warm compress or gently massaging the area is also found to be effective. You can also try massaging with peppermint oil or having mullein leaves or Panax ginseng.
Natural remedies for athlete’s foot include tea tree oil, ozonized sunflower oil, and vinegar. You can also soak affected feet in a foot bath medicated with crushed garlic, cinnamon, or black walnut hulls. Wearing socks made of fabric impregnated with germicidal copper oxide has also been found to ease symptoms.
First aid for a burn involves cooling the burn with cool running water, removing clothing or jewelry that’s not stuck to burned skin, loosely covering the burn with cling film, and keeping the person warm with a blanket. Applying a cold moist towel and pain medication can lessen pain. Aloe vera, potato peel dressings, and honey can help with minor burns while serious burns need medical attention.
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