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Stay Awake Naturally - Deep breathing raises blood oxygen levels in the body. This slows your heart rate, lowers blood pressure, and improves circulation, ultimately aiding mental performance and energy.
Stop thinking that alcohol helps sleep - People often think that alcohol helps sleep, but it actually robs you of deep sleep, which is essential for feeling well rested. When the effects of alcohol wear off during the night, you’ll probably be wide awake again.
Alcohol reduction or avoidance can reduce numbness in our body. Alcohol contains toxins that can cause nerve damage and numbness. Alcohol also usually makes the symptoms of chronic pain and inflammatory conditions worse and can even cause flare-ups of symptoms.
Numbness: Ice can help reduce swelling that can put pressure on nerves. Apply cold compresses or wrapped icepacks to numb legs and feet for 15 minutes at a time several times daily.
Cotton pillowcases can absorb your hair care products and be unnecessarily harsh on your strands. Switch to a silk or satin pillowcase to maximize your beauty sleep.
GIVE STRANDS A BREAK FROM PONYTAILS : Ponytails are a classic for a reason. Come on, just think about how convenient it is to be able to sweep all of your hair off your face. Still, that doesn’t mean they’re right for 100% of the time. Pulling your hair up every day can put unnecessary strain on your locks. Try wearing your hair down more often, rocking lower and looser ponytails, and using softer hair ties that won’t pinch.
DON’T DRY YOUR HAIR USING A TOWEL :A towel totally seems like the obvious way to remove excess water and start drying your hair post-shower, but it may not be what’s best. The better option is to squeeze out excess water and then dry off using an old cotton T-shirt, which is gentler than a towel.
Prepare a mixture of bleach and water. You can also use a combination of bleach and water to address spider webs. This is best used for live webs rather than cobwebs. This will get rid of spider eggs and kill any spiders still living in them.
Spider Web control in future: Turn out the lights. Many insects are attracted to light, and spiders are attracted to the all-you-can eat buffet of insects. Turn off outdoor lights when you’re inside so bugs will buzz off elsewhere and, hopefully, the spiders will follow. If outdoor lighting is a must, try to keep the fixtures and bulbs away from doors. You can also change the frequency of the lights to make it less attractive.
Spiders tend to dislike the taste of essential oils: For best effect, use neem oil and tea tree oil. Mix about two tablespoons of dish soap into warm water. Then, add 5 drops of tea tree oil and an ounce of neem oil.
Try allowing eggs to come to room temperature for one hour before placing into boiling water to help with cracking.
Use Baking Soda to Simulate Aging Keep eggs in the refrigerator for a week before boiling. If you can’t wait a week, you can mimic the aging effect by alkalizing your water. To do this, add a heaping teaspoonful of baking soda to the water as you boil your eggs and the shells will be easier to peel.
Paneer can reduce body pains and it works wonders for the person who is suffering from lower back pain.
Oatmeal can soak up the excess oil on your skin and help treat acne. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help to treat dry skin and remove dead skin cells. Oats also contain compounds called saponins, which are natural cleansers. They remove the dirt and oil that clog the pores and exfoliate the skin.
Olive oil is high in antioxidants, such as vitamin E, helps skin maintain elasticity, and a promotes smooth, radiant complexion.
Honey may work as a natural remedy for cracked heels. It has antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. You can use honey as a foot scrub after a soak, or apply it as a foot mask overnight.
Keeping your feet in lukewarm, soapy water for up to 20 minutes can reduce your heel pain and also the cracks.
Acupressure is a popular traditional Chinese medicine remedy. It uses pressure to stimulate certain points on the body to relieve symptoms. Applying pressure to pressure point Neiguan (P-6), a spot on the palm side of the forearm near your wrist, may help relieve nausea and vomiting. More Info...
Drink clear or ice-cold drinks to avoid Vomiting.
Eye protection: Add moisture to the air. In winter, a humidifier can add moisture to dry indoor air.
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