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    Menstrual Cramps

    It’s common to feel discomfort around your abdomen, lower back, and thighs when you’re menstruating. During your period, the muscles of your womb contract and relax to help shed built-up lining. Sometimes you’ll experience cramps, which are your muscles at work. Some women and girls may experience nausea, vomiting, headaches, or diarrhea as well.

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    Urinary tract Health

    A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection that affects any part of the urinary tract, including the kidneys, ureters, bladder or urethra.Bacteria from the bowel are the most common cause of UTIs, but fungi and viruses can also cause infection.The two strains of bacteria Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus saprophyticus account for about 80% of cases.Though UTIs can affect anyone, women are more prone to infection. This is because the urethra, the tube that carries urine out of the bladder, is shorter in women

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    Premenstrual syndrome

    Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is experienced by over 75 percent of menstruating women. Symptoms may start a week or two before the period and may be mild to severe. Hormone balance is the primary factor that will determine the PMS symptoms that someone experiences.Common PMS symptoms include: fatigue, bloating, skin issues, emotional changes, breast tenderness, and cramps.Symptoms usually start 7 to 10 days prior to menstrual flow and end shortly thereafter.

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    Eczema

    When eczema strikes, red, scaly patches invade the skin—and they itch like crazy. This chronic inflammatory condition (also called atopic dermatitis) can't be cured, and tends to flare periodically and then subside. But with super-simple lifestyle changes and home remedies, you can ease your symptoms during an eczema flare-up—no doctor's visit required. Here, dermatologists share some of their go-to skin soothers.

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    Dry Skin

    Dry and flaky skin is a common complaint in the winter time. Cold, dry winter air sucks the life out of silky, smooth skin. Other factors that contribute to dry skin include aging, nutritional deficiencies, and a genetic predisposition.There are many lotions and moisturizers on the market to combat dry skin. But most of them come with a big price tag. Natural home remedies are not only cheap, but also quite effective in nourishing and hydrating dry skin back to a healthy state.

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    Puffy Eyes

    Waking up with puffy eyes can be really frustrating when you have a big day ahead. Puffy eyes are one of the most common beauty problems.This occurs when the eyes begin to swell for various reasons, including excessive crying, excessive physical stress, genetics, dermatitis, hormonal changes in the body, a change in weather, sinus problems, hangovers, bad diet, lack of sleep and some allergic reaction.

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    Constipation

    It can be caused by foods you eat or avoid, lifestyle choices, medication or disease.But for many people, the cause of their chronic constipation is often unknown. This is referred to as chronic idiopathic constipation. Constipation is characterized by less than three bowel movements per week.However, it can also involve other unpleasant symptoms, such as discomfort when going to the bathroom, abdominal bloating and pain due to stools being hard, dry and difficult to pass.There are many natural ways to help relieve constipation.

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    Hiccups

    A hiccup is a sudden, involuntary contraction (spasm) of the diaphragm muscle. When the muscle spasms, the vocal cords snap shut, producing the hiccup sound.Common causes of hiccups include:eating too quickly,eating or drinking too much,diseases that irritate the nerves that control the diaphragm,Most cases of hiccups can be cured or resolve in a short time, and rarely are a medical emergency. See your doctor if hiccups last more than three hours, or if they disturb your eating or sleeping habits.

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    Heartburn

    Acid reflux is when stomach acid gets pushed up into the esophagus, which is the tube that carries food and drink from the mouth to the stomach.Some reflux is totally normal and harmless, usually causing no symptoms. But when it happens too often, it burns the inside of the esophagus. An estimated 14–20% of all adults in the US have reflux in some form or another.he most common symptom of acid reflux is known as heartburn, which is a painful, burning feeling in the chest or throat.

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    Vaginal Infection

    A vaginal yeast infection (vaginal candidiasis) is caused by an overgrowth of a fungus that naturally lives in your vagina, called Candida albicans. This overgrowth triggers irritation, inflammation, itching, and painful discharge. Most women experience a yeast infection sometime during their lifetime. If this is your first time experiencing the symptoms of a yeast infection, you should visit a gynecologist to verify that you actually have a yeast infection.But if you have recurring yeast infections, or if you simply don’t want

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    Remove Wart

    Warts are often associated with witches and frogs. After all, you’ve probably seen more than a few witches depicted with a wart on the tip of their noses, and you’ve heard about that old wive’s tale that claims warts develop after you touch a toad or a frog. But people don’t get warts from frogs or toads, whether they’re a witch or the average Joe, or Jane, as the case may be.You’re at a greater risk of developing warts if you have a weak or suppressed immune system due to illness or immunosuppressant drugs

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    Thick And Long Hair

    Hair loss is a common problem nowadays. As hair is regarded as an asset that enhances one’s physical appearance, balding or thinning hair is a problem that many want to correct as soon as possible. Some of the common factors contributing to thinning hair are excessive physical or emotional stress, hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, pollution, allergies, use of wrong hair care products, poor hair care routine, and heredity.If you have thinning hair, there is no need to spend money and products.

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    Cough and Cold

    Generally speaking, coughing is perfectly normal. A cough can help to keep your throat clear from phlegm and other irritants. However, sustained coughing can also be symptomatic of a number of conditions, such as an allergy, a viral infection, or a bacterial infection.Sometimes a cough isn’t due to anything related to your lungs. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) can also cause a cough.You can treat coughs due to colds, allergies, and sinus infections with a number of over-the-counter medicines.

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    Fever

    Soaring temperatures, head ache, muscle ache, loss of appetite - a fever is never a pleasant experience for anybody. In addition to these common symptoms attached to fever, some people also suffer dehydration, weakness and slight shivering. Whenever the body's temperature is higher than the normal range, the condition is called fever. For adults, 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, or 37 degrees Celsius is generally considered normal, however, this may differ from body type to body type.

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    Indigestion

    We all know how it feels when our stomach isn't doing great. Indigestion is a common problem, and it makes us feel full even when we haven't eaten anything. Needless to say that it takes a toll on our body. Indigestion is caused when the acid in your stomach flows back to your esophagus. It is also caused when your stomach is inflamed and causes irritation. It can cause great discomfort like fullness, pain, heaviness and even nausea if not treated well.

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    Body Pain

    Chronic pain affects about 1 in 5 people in the U.S., making it difficult if not impossible to work and enjoy family and social time.If you have chronic pain — typically defined as longer than three months and not responding to treatment — your body hasn't turned off the pain messages to the brain, even though the original source of the pain may be gone. While medications abound, some prefer more natural or holistic methods to quell the pain. Others find that medication doesn't quite give them enough relief.

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    Pimples and Acne

    Acne is one of the most common skin conditions in the world, affecting an estimated 85% of people at some point in their lives.Conventional acne treatments can be expensive and often have undesirable side effects like dryness, redness and irritation.This has prompted many people to look into how to cure acne naturally at home. The internet is filled with suggestions, but do natural treatments actually work?.This article explores 13 home remedies for acne that are backed by science.

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    Gastric Problem

    A gassy stomach can strike anytime and can be very embarrassing, to say the least. It is actually quite a painful experience often leading to stomach cramps, bloating, heaviness and heartburn. Medically known as flatulence, it is a condition where excess gas gets collected in your digestive tract. But to deal with the problem, it’s first crucial to understand why it occurs. Gas can collect in your digestive system in two ways. While eating or drinking, you swallow the air that causes the oxygen and nitrogen to enter your body.

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    Sore Throat

    A sore throat can be very uncomfortable. The main symptom is pain and irritation in the throat, especially when you swallow.A sore throat occurs as part of your body's immune response to viral or bacterial infections.Your natural immune response leads to inflammation and swelling of the mucous membranes in the throat.Fortunately, there are several natural remedies that may provide relief, including some that are supported by scientific evidence.

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    Nausea

    Everyone experiences nausea at one point or another. Whether yours is related to pregnancy, acid reflux, or cancer treatment, some natural remedies such as ginger-infused tea, aromatherapy, and acupuncture may provide relief. But just as with over-the-counter medications, it's important to check with your doctor to make sure any supplements or at-home remedies are safe and don't interact with other medications you may be taking.Nausea arises in a variety of situations, and understanding the cause is important for determining the most appropriate treatment.

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    Trouble Sleeping

    Insomnia is the most common symptom of depression and other nervous disorders. It is the inability to or difficulty in falling or staying asleep. The pattern and quality of sleep are extremely disturbed and lead to various other symptoms of fatigue, irritability, headache, depression, inattention poor performance and extremely disturbed overall lifestyle.Insomnia can either be chronic or acute. Chronic insomnia lasts longer than weeks and may last for months whereas acute insomnia is limited to a few days or a week.

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    Hemorrhoids

    Hemorrhoids, sometimes called piles, are swollen veins in your anus and rectum. Common symptoms of hemorrhoids can include pain, itching, and rectal bleeding. They can develop inside or outside of the anus and rectum, called internal and external hemorrhoids, respectively.Hemorrhoids are an extremely common problem. An estimated 75 percent of Americans experience them at some point. While they typically go away in a few weeks on their own, they can cause mild to severe discomfort.

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    motion sickness

    Motion sickness can get so debilitating that a person may even shy from traveling over short distances. Many times, the physical effects of kinetosis trigger strong psychological reactions and a person may start to magnify the feelings of motion sickness. Motion sickness can seem worse if one suffers from spondylitis, astigmatism, and ear infection.Motion sickness is named after the particular mode of transport that triggers this uneasy feeling.Carsickness,Seasickness,Airsickness,Spinning sickness

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    Wounds

    Open wounds are a nightmare; not only are they painful and messy, but also take time to heal completely. Not to forget, they leave a permanent mark on your skin. As if this wasn't enough, one has to ensure that the wound is prevented from getting infected that slows down the healing process. Applying a host of commercial ointments on the wound may or may not help the wound to heal, but some of the kitchen ingredients may work wonders.home remedies will help you clean your wound better and ensure it.

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    Cleaning Teeth

    Teeth discoloration is part of the aging process. But just like wrinkles, many people fight it. While you can expect your teeth to change a little over the years, there are things you can do to avoid stains and embarrassing discoloration—and fortunately, these natural teeth whitening home remedies solutions don’t require hundred dollar bleaching trays, dentist visits, or unknown chemical solutions.

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    Inflammation

    Joint Inflammation is a reactionary response caused by the immune system. Inflammation is the swelling, redness or warmth that is a result of immune system response to illness or injury. Inflammation can be caused by a number of factors such as arthritis and other external injuries. Inflammation can serve as a healing beneficial heating mechanism but when it is chronic it can cause damage to the affected area therefore it is advisable to treat it. There are several home remedies that can help you treat it.

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    Bad Breath

    The origins of bad breath are not mysterious: dental cavities, gum disease, poor oral hygiene, coated tongue (a white or yellow coating on the tongue, usually due to inflammation) are among the most common. Hundreds of bacteria live in our mouths and some of them—on the tongue or below the gumline or in pockets created by gum disease between gums and teeth, for example—create sulfurous smells. Other causes may include malnutrition (fat breakdown gives your breath a fruity odor).

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    Headaches

    There comes a point when the world of deadlines, irksome bosses, late nights, skimpy sleep schedules and traffic jams takes a toll on us. It is then when our quintessential cup of coffee surrenders to splitting headaches. So, what do you do when you're bad day culminates to a severe migraine? The easy way out is of course to pop a painkiller, maybe even indulge in acupressure, sip on some chamomile tea. And we're willing to do just about anything to get rid of that pounding headache.

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    Whiter Teeth

    bout 18 percent of people report “usually concealing their teeth in photos,” many due to being embarrassed over the yellow appearance of their teeth. Having great teeth is very important in our culture today — hence the growing number of people using white strips and whitening paste as part of their oral care at home or turning to professional in-office whitening treatments. Your teeth are one of the first things people notice; they’re a sign of health as well as confidence. When making a first impression,

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    Achy Feet

    Your feet carry you everywhere. But you don’t pay much attention to them until they begin to hurt. Whether it is due to a hard fall you had a while ago or your love for high heels and shoes, foot pain is unpleasant to deal with. Taking every step is nothing short of torture, and hence this problem needs to be treated soon. Here is a list of 10 simple home remedies that can help you in treating foot pain almost instantly.

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    Red Eyes

    Red eyes can be triggered by various factors. The most common cause of the condition is inflamed vessels on the surface of your eyes. This irritation can be caused by irritants like Sun exposure,Dry air,Dust.Constant coughing or eye strain can result in a specific condition called subconjunctival hemorrhage, which causes red blotches to appear in any of your eyes. However, it clears up in 10 days.The more serious causes of red eyes are infections that may occur in different parts of your eyes and give rise to

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    Ringworm in Kids

    Despite its name, ringworm isn’t actually caused by a worm or any type of living parasite. Instead, it’s a skin condition that’s caused by a type of fungus called tinea. It lives on the dead tissues of skin, including your nails and hair.You can get ringworm on your skin and nails. It’s most common on the arms and the scalp, but you can get it anywhere on your skin, including your face. If ringworm develops in different areas, it may be called by a different name. For example, when it affects the groin area, it’s referred to as jock itch.

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    Xerosis

    Dry skin (xerosis) is a common condition with many causes. Dry skin can be a symptom that indicates a more serious diagnosis. But in most cases, dry skin is caused by environmental factors that remove moisture from the skin. Heat, hot showers, arid climates, and harsh soaps can all trigger dry skin. But, there’s a lot you can do to address dry skin and restore moisture using home remedies.Dry skin, also called xerosis, is skin that lacks moisture in its outer layer. If left untreated, dry skin can crack and become infected.

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    Asthma

    Asthma causes difficulty in breathing. It is triggered when there is an obstruction in the flow of air in the lungs. It is caused by allergies, air pollution, respiratory infections, weather conditions, food and specific medications.Asthma is a lung disease that causes difficulty breathing. Asthma can be either acute or chronic. Asthma attacks occur when there is an obstruction in the flow of air in the lungs.

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    Body Odor

    Occasional, mild body odor is normal, but excessive or unpleasant body odor can be a source of great discomfort for others and very embarrassing for you. Strong and unpleasant odor emanates from the body when the sweat glands are overactive. But it is not sweat that causes body odor. The unpleasant odor occurs when sweat mixes with bacteria. The bacteria that cause odor grow quickly in a warm, moist environment. Some other causes of offensive body odor include poor hygiene, nutrient deficiencies, gastrointestinal problems

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    Dandruff

    Dandruff, also called Seborrhoea, targets the scalps of many people, young and old. What’s more, it leads to other skin issues like pimples and acne. Before we can discuss how to cure dandruff, let’s understand what causes it. Poor hair brushing and shampooing habits, dry skin, stress and improper diets, will make your scalp more prone to dandruff. Now that you’re aware of the causes, it’s time to fight dandruff.

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    Depression

    Depression is when a person experiences low mood persistently, to the point that it starts to interfere with her daily life. Struggling with depression can be extremely painful for both the person experiencing the symptoms and her loved ones.Although depression can happen at any age, it often develops in adulthood. For example, it’s especially prevalent in middle-aged or older adults who are struggling with other serious medical issues, like cancer, diabetes or Parkinson’s disease.

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    Diarrhea

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    Foot Odor

    Your feet are the natural habitat of millions of bacteria, which thrive on your sweat and skin cells. By-products produced by these bacteria are what give feet that stinky smell. When you seal your feet in a pair of shoes and they pour out sweat, you give the bacteria more food to feast on. Foot odour can also be caused by poorly controlled fungal infections, such as athlete’s foot. People with diabetes or heart disease, as well as elderly people in general, are often more apt to develop foot infections and foot odour due..

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    Hangovers

    You have a headache, you have a stomachache, and your get-up-and-go is gone. You have a hangover.Experts know little about what causes a hangover. Some theories say that alcohol disrupts biological rhythms; others that alcohol withdrawal is the culprit. Research suggests that impurities produced when alcohol is distilled can make you feel nauseous. The sweeter the drink, the higher the level of impurities. Malt liquors and red wine are especially toxic.That headache?

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    Knee Pain

    Mild to moderate knee pain can often be successfully treated at home. Whether due to a sprain or arthritis, there are several ways to combat the pain.However, if the pain is due to inflammation, arthritis, or a minor injury, there are options you can try at home that have proven effective. Read on for more information about alternative therapies and supplements that may help ease your knee pain.

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    Morning Sickness

    There's a reason why you're feeling so sick (hello, hormones!), but these morning sickness remedies can help combat pregnancy nausea and are easy to try on your own. Plus, you can find them all in your grocery store!.Morning sickness doesn't have to be something you simply grin and bear—plenty of treatment options are available that can help you feel better. People do get relief, either by using natural remedies or traditional medications."

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    Low Immunity

    Home remedies for low immunity include the consumption of micronutrients in your diet, green leafy vegetables, fruits, astragalus, garlic, echinacea, and yogurt. This would help in improving our immunity system without any side effects. All of us do fall ill at some time or the other. However, some people fall sick all of the time. They are prone to infections and easily contract common diseases such as cold, viral fevers, amoebiasis, smallpox, and chicken pox.

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    Snoring

    Snoring may disrupt your sleep, or that of your partner. Even if it’s not bothering you too much, it’s not a condition to ignore. In fact, snoring may be a sign of a serious health condition, including:obstructive sleep apnea (blocked airways)obesityan issue with the structure of your mouth, nose, or throat sleep deprivation. In other cases, snoring may be caused simply by sleeping on your back or drinking alcohol too close to bedtime.In some cases of snoring, it’s important to seek a doctor’s care in order

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    Sunburn

    Sunburn is caused by the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Too much exposure to UV light can damage your skin, making it red and painful. The symptoms may not occur immediately; it can take up to five hours for sunburn to appear. If not treated timely, the burn can lead to peeling or blistering skin. Sunburn also doubles the risk of developing melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer.However, if you suffer from sunburn, you can try some home remedies that can soothe your stinging skin and reduce inflammation.

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    Mouth Ulcers

    Mouth ulcers can be extremely painful and can hinder your ability to eat and speak. A mouth ulcer is definitely not a laughing matter. If you are prone to mouth ulcers, you may have noticed that you usually get them when you are extremely stressed, and this can exacerbate your misery. Sometimes, mouth ulcers can be an indication of nutritional deficiency. Taking a course of multivitamins can help get rid of the ulcers and also keep them at bay. Irrespective of what the cause is, an ulcer in the mouth can be very annoying.

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    Wrinkles

    Wrinkles occur as part of the natural aging process, when the collagen and elastin in the connective tissue of the skin become weak and break down due to changes in fibroblasts that produce collagen and elastin.Premature or excess wrinkles can also be caused by factors like too much exposure to sunlight or harsh environments, smoking, use of certain drugs, excessive stress, sudden weight loss, loss of vitamin E, and genetic predisposition.

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