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Home Remedies for Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)

Home Remedies for Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears) Almost everyone at one time go through the experience of brief periods of mild ringing or hearing any other sounds in the ear. This is called as tinnitus. Tinnitus means that sizzling or ringing of sounds in the ears which can be constant and can appear in both ears. The main causes might be the age-related hearing loss, injury or infection is formed in ears, exposure to the loud noise, high altitudes, infections in upper respiratory tract, earwax blockage, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, ear bone changes and diseases such as low and high blood pressure, diabetes and disorders of circulatory system. It is completely an annoying condition and can interfere with daily activities as a person will continuously feel difficulty in hearing, working, sleeping and concentrating. It is not so easy to find out the exact cause behind the tinnitus but you can avoid the symptoms and make yourself relief by using some natural home remed

Home Remedies for Jellyfish Stings

Home Remedies for Jellyfish Stings Summer days are completely spent near the seaside beach where you enjoy lots. People of all ages are seen there with full joy in the ocean. But unfortunately, all the fun becomes end in a minute when you or someone else gets stung by a jellyfish. Jellyfish are sea animals in which some of the jellyfish contains poisonous venom in their tentacles that is actually used for their defense against any predator.   When you are standing near the jellyfish and come in contact with their tentacles, it immediately causes millions of nematocysts to pierce your skin by injecting its venom. Venom makes the sting very painful in your skin. According to the National Science Foundation, 200,000 people are stung by jellyfish in Florida and 150 million people worldwide are exposed to the jellyfish every year. Most common symptoms of jellyfish sting have been seen are stinging, burning and itching sensations. You will feel numbness on the area where the st

Home Remedies for High Cholesterol

Home Remedies to Reduce High Cholesterol High cholesterol is referred to as the continuous weight gain . If you are living completely unhealthy lifestyle and do not check about your diet patterns that what are you eating and what you should avoid to eat than it will cause high cholesterol that is caused due to the high saturated fats. Plus if you do not concentrate on the physical exercises. The factors depend upon the high cholesterol are must be excessive drinking, aging, obesity, smoking, genetic inheritance and various other related conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, liver and kidney diseases. Cholesterol contains fatty substance that is present in the blood which is highly required for building cell membranes, converting sunshine to vitamin D, and many other important things. High level of cholesterol are called hypercholesterolemia, is actually an unhealthy for your body which leads to the serious fatal health problems. Cholesterol accumulates in the wal

10 Signs You May Have a Thyroid Problem

10 Signs You May Have a Thyroid Problem In the center of your neck, a butterfly-shaped gland is present that is called thyroid gland. Its function is to make the thyroid hormones. It is important for the thyroid gland to stay healthy and active because it is said to be the master gland of metabolism which plays the key role in the functioning of many important organs that include brain, liver, kidneys, heart and skin. Thyroid problems are common in people including hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, goiters, thyroid nodules, and thyroiditis and thyroid cancer. The most important of these are hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) and hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) that can cause hormonal disturbances by effecting other hormones in your body, emotional and physical changes in the body. About 59 million Americans are believed to have thyroid problem, but most people don’t have awareness about this problem. According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinol