Diabetes Does Damage The Liver Protect It With Phytomedicines

Adults with newly diagnosed diabetes are at increased risk for advanced liver disease, known as diabetic hepatopathy, according to the results of a population-base....

Man to Mouse, not Mouse to Man Experts...

It may sound like asking Shakespeare to appear for BA examination in English, but such are the ways of the world. Ayurveda is well known to work. And it works very....

Sexual Fantasies: Your Private X-Rated Cinema

Many people get extremely anxious and feel very guilty if they have thoughts which they think are “bad”. But then why do we suffer so much anxiety, guilt and confusion because of our sexual fantasies?....

Monday, 30 June 2014

Exercise Benefit for Erectile Dysfunction

Exercise enhances sex life by lowering your risk of erectile dysfunction (ED). Being overweight is a risk factor for ED and regular exercise helps maintain healthy body weight.

One Harvard study of more than 31,000 men found that physically active men over age 50 were less likely to be impotent than inactive men. The exercisers had better erections, and those who were most active saw the most benefit.

But even moderate levels of exercise, like a brisk 30-minute walk most days of the week, lowered the risk of ED. Other research suggests that many men with ED may even reverse their symptoms by getting fit.

Fried Food may Raise Risk of Your Health

A U.S.- based study team analyzed diet and disease data collected from more than 100,000 men and women. Compared to people who ate fried food less than once a week, those who gobbled things like fries, fried chicken, or other deep-fried snacks four to six times a week saw their risk for Type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease jump 39% and 23%, respectively. The risks rose even more for people who ate fried food on a daily basis.

Saturday, 28 June 2014

Weather Change Cause for Joint Pain

Research shows that the weather, barometric pressure (atmospheric air pressure) and humidity levels all have an impact on joint pain and other flare-ups.

The joints are surrounded by tissues that act almost like balloons. They protect the joints, and when the barometric pressure is high, it presses on the body and prevents the tissues from expanding out. When bad weather is about to set in, the barometric pressure drops, causing the tissues to expand, swell and place pressure on the joints.

Allergies and Low Immune System

Allergies are an abnormal response of your immune system. Your body's defenses react to a usually harmless substance, such as pollen, animal dander, or food. Almost anything can trigger an allergic reaction, which can range from mild and annoying to sudden and life-threatening.

Friday, 27 June 2014

Healthy Habits for Erectile Dysfunction

For some men adopting a healthier lifestyle such as quitting smoking, exercising regularly, and reducing stress, may be all that is needed to find relief.

For those who require more intensive treatment, adopting these lifestyle changes in addition to other treatments can further help.

Trying To Get Pregnant?

Menstrual cycle gives clues about ovulation. By charting cycle, you'll know when you have the best chance to conceive.

Charting can help you, create a record of your cycles that you can share with a fertility doctor, if required.

Saturday, 21 June 2014

Healthy Eating for Health Pregnancy

Healthy eating help make pregnancy a happy and healthy time

During pregnancy you need a lot more of this crucial mineral. Here's why:

The amount of blood increases during pregnancy than usual, so one need more iron to make more hemoglobin.
Extra iron is required for growing baby and placenta, especially in the second and third trimesters.
Many women need more because they start their pregnancy with insufficient stores of iron.
Iron-deficiency anemia during pregnancy is associated with preterm delivery, low birth weight, and infant mortality.

Iron requirement:
Pregnant women: 27 milligrams (mg) of iron per day
Non-pregnant women: 18 mg

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Beauty Secret of Sleeping

Hectic work schedules often keep us away from spending time nurturing skin. But it's easy to do it at home by simply getting proper beauty sleep.

Sleep affects physical and mental well-being. Sleep allows body to begin the healing process. Good sleep directly leads to fresh looking skin. Try and hit the sack earlier than you usually do and you will see the result within no time on your skin.From the makers of MOHA COSMECUETICALS