Archive for January, 2013

Tips On Broken Wrist Exercise

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Wrist Exercise, fitness tipsIf you have a broken wrist then it may be really painful and can take quite a few numbers of days to heal completely. However just taking medicines may not make your wrist work as before. You need to do proper exercises to make your wrist work fluently as before. There are certain exercises which can cure of your broken wrist and will make it functional.

Try stretching your wrist straight and keep it in that position as long as you can. This will increase the strength of your wrist. Once you have gained enough strength of the wrist, move it slowly in a circular manner. Be very careful while moving your wrist. At the beginning you may not be able to able to move it through a complete circle. Move it as much as you can, otherwise it can lead to something very serious.

Performing these exercises alongside the medicines will heal your broken wrist and will make it functional quickly.

Health benefits of onions

Saturday, January 19th, 2013

Benefits of onion, Health tipsOnion is members of the lily family which also includes leeks, garlic, chives, etc. Onion is used in almost all types of foods. But then, other than being used in food, the onions do also have some health benefits. Early settlers used onions for treating cough and cold and to repel away many harmful insects. Onion is also useful for many bacteria including Salmonella, Bacillus subtilis, E.coli etc.

There are many other health benefits of onion. A regular and proper diet containing the useful percentage of onion can lower down cholesterol levels of people and can also keep high blood pressure within control. They contain immense amount of essential nutrients like Vitamin B6, C, manganese, chromium, potassium, phosphorus, copper, etc.
The onions also prove helpful by reducing the chances of heart attack and stroke. They can also prevent atherosclerosis. People suffering from diabetes should also use onions. This is because onion contains allyl propyl disulfide which helps in reducing the blood sugar level by increasing the amount of free insulin in blood.

Dealing with Excessive Palpitation

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Palpitation, health care tipsThere could be a lot of reasons why a person may suffer from excessive palpitations. There is a heart related condition can arrhythmia, where the heart beat is irregular causing the irregular and excessive palpitations. Many pregnant women also complain of excessive palpitations and that’s normal and it decreases by itself. People with hypothyroidism may also have this condition. Normal stress can cause excessive palpitations as well and all you need to do in such situations is suit down, take a deep breath and drink some water so that you can get back to your normal form.

But if there is a deeper condition like arrhythmia or arterial fibrillation, you might need surgery. Hypothyroidism is usually taken under control by medication. You can also go for therapy and homeopathy to get this situation under control without using harsh drugs. Many pregnant women go for these alternatives. So whatever the reason is, get checked by a doctor to find the root cause.

Dealing With Vitamin B Deficiency

Monday, January 7th, 2013

Vitamin B Deficiency , health tipsVitamin B are of several types like vitamin B12, B1,B2, B3, B5,B6,B7, and vitamin B9. Several deficiencies may occur from vitamin deficiency and you must know the symptoms related to each kind so that you can treat it accordingly. Vitamin B1 deficiency causes beriberi. This can be treated by providing the body with thiamine supplements. Blood tests also need to be done. Vitamin B2 deficiency causes Ariboflavinosis where the patient has to be given a diet rich in riboflavin. Vitamin B3 deficiency causes a condition called pellagra which needs extensive medical treatment and therapy. If not treated, any cause death within 5 years. Vitamin B7 may cause impaired growth and development. That’s why it should be seen that a child gets proper nutrition from a young age. One of the most common deficiencies of vitamin B is the deficiency of vitamin B12. This causes anemia. The person becomes weak and is prone to other diseases as well. So a diet rich in iron and supplements is required.