Schizophrenia is usually treated with antipsychotic medication and psychological treatments but some natural treatments can supplement these. Explore cognitive behavioral, art, and family therapy. Playing interactive sports video games and practicing yoga (but not meditation) may help. Get enough of eicosapentaenoic acid and B vitamins like folic acid, vitamin B12, and vitamin B6. Go on a gluten-free diet and try herbs like brahmi, ginkgo, and ginseng.
Irrigate the nasal passage with a solution of baking soda or salt water and steam inhale with eucalyptus or chamomile to help clear out mucus. Apply a warm compress to your face to loosen mucus and relieve pain. Drink turmeric, peppermint, or echinacea tea to reduce inflammation and mucus. Eating pineapples or horseradish and taking some elderberry syrup can also help.
Many herbs and spices contain bioactive compounds that help lower your blood pressure, working as a perfect ally to other lifestyle and diet changes. Herbs like thyme, sweet basil, hibiscus, phyllanthus, Indian snakeroot, and ashwagandha can help reduce high blood pressure. Flavoring your food with spices such as garlic, ginger, turmeric, cardamom, saffron, and cinnamon can also rein in the problem.
Focus on a healthy diet with foods like chili peppers, apples, nuts, and beetroot juice to boost your libido, combat fatigue, and build stamina. Ayurvedic and herbal remedies like ashwagandha, vajikaranam ghritam, shilajeet, and ginseng can also help you last longer in bed. Even acupuncture can give you a helping hand. Top that off with a good exercise routine that focuses on building endurance, core strength, flexibility, and pelvic floor strength and you'll be on your way to improved sexual stamina!
From food poisoning and stomach ulcers to indigestion, a range of conditions can cause nausea after eating. Tackle them with natural remedies: have ginger, banana, or peppermint tea for indigestion; licorice for gastritis and heartburn; manuka honey or turmeric for ulcers and indigestion. Chewing sugar-free gum may ease symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Resting up and applying ice can do a lot to ease hip flexor pain, particularly in the first few days. You can also soak in an Epsom salt bath to relax the muscles and apply a turmeric or ajwain and ginger powder poultice to fight the pain. Drink ginger, cinnamon, or turmeric tea to fight the inflammation from within. Also practice rehabilitative exercises that stretch and strengthen muscles after a few days of recouping.
Prep your body to follow the new bed timings of your destination ahead of your travel. Try and minimize travel fatigue while you're flying. Once you land, get as much sleep at night as possible. Soak in a daily dose of sunshine and follow it up with some exercise in the morning. Wind up at night with some tryptophan-rich foods that help you sleep better. Bright light therapy can help hasten the re-training of sleep cycles and the body clock for some people. If you are flying across multiple time zones, melatonin treatment is another alternative to make long-haul travel much easier on your system.
An itchy forehead may be caused due to skin conditions like eczema, contact dermatitis, dandruff, and acne. Certain cosmetic products may trigger itching due to an allergen. Other causes include sunburns, stress, and pregnancy. The symptoms include burning, dryness, redness, scaling, and itching etc. Washing your face with cold water, using aloe vera gel, applying sunscreen may help ease the symptoms.
A lump behind the ear is usually referred to a localized area of swelling behind the ear. Painless lumps can be associated with lipoma or benign tumors, while painful lumps are associated with abscesses, acne, or dermatitis. Ear lumps are usually not serious and can be treated with a few home remedies. However, if the lumps or the symptoms persist for too long, it's recommended to seek medical attention.
Your homeopathic doctor will take a detailed history and advise a specific treatment for you based on the homeopathic principle of individualization. Jambol seeds, uranium nitricum, or insulinum may be advised to control blood sugar while conium or plumbum may be used for neuropathy. Homeopathy also recommends a healthy diet and regular exercise to manage your blood sugar levels. But never stop conventional medicines without your doctor’s go ahead.
Use a calendula, chamomile, or plain cool compress to soothe puffy eyes. You could also apply damp tea bags or cucumber slices. Flush out irritants with a saline solution. Lemon juice, mandarin orange yogurt, and blueberries, blackberries, bilberries, and oolong tea contain beneficial flavonoids which have anti-allergy effects and can fight it from inside. A turmeric powder solution may work well as an external wash.
If you’re living with kyphosis and seeking non-surgical treatment options, exercise and physical therapy can make a big difference. Yoga asanas like the locust pose or mountain pose and supported backbends help build your core and back muscles. Supplement this with sunlight exposure. Consume vitamin D- and calcium-rich food for better bone health and lowered risk of injury from balance issues or weak bones. A back brace or shoe inserts may help those with developing bones and offer respite from pain for others.
Various natural remedies are available to tackle the symptoms of shingles. Try a neem leaf poultice, apple cider vinegar compress, or fuller’s earth poultice to deal with blisters. Calendula oil or honey can also help. Use a calamine lotion or baking soda solution to ease itching and soothe your skin. Or add chamomile or colloidal oats to your bathwater. Applying a licorice tea or capsaicin ointment may help with pain and inflammation.
Natural ingredients like probiotics, vitamin C-rich foods and colorful fruits and vegetables in your diet can help keep dust allergy at bay. Nettle leaf extract helps and so do bromine supplements. You could also dust proof your rooms and do essential home improvements as a remedy.
Natural home remedies offer a gentler way to manage diabetes. By including non-starchy, low-carb foods in your diet, you can fight type 2 diabetes. Additionally, give berries, lean fish, and walnuts a try. You can also opt for ayurvedic remedies like bitter gourd, amla, turmeric, and mango leaves, which are proven hypoglycemic agents. Larder staples like cinnamon and apple cider vinegar can improve insulin sensitivity. A low-fat vegan diet can also help with glycemic control.
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