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How To Prevent Heat Stroke And Heat Exhaustion – 27 Tips

Heatstroke is a severe condition in which the body can not cool itself via perspiration and, as such, becomes overheated. Heatstroke, or sunstroke, tends to start out as heat exhaustion or heat cramp. However, if the heat cramp or heat exhaustion is not treated or controlled in time, it could exacerbate to heat stroke. Heatstroke …

How To Prevent Or Cure Jet Lag – 18 Effective Tips

Jet lag, also known as ‘jet lag disorder’ or ‘time zone change syndrome’, is a sleep disorder that occurs when you travel across different time zones. This sleep disorder occurs when your body’s biological clock is not in sync with the new time zone you are in. When you cross several different time zones, it …

How To Prevent Or Delay Alzheimer’s Disease – 21 Natural Ways

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a form of dementia that affects one’s memory, behavior, and thinking. It is a chronic and progressive brain disease that damages and destroys brain cells as well as the neurons that connect brain cells to one another. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s disease (AD) accounts for 60% to 80% of …

How to Treat & Prevent Bladder Infections – 15 Home Remedies

Bladder infection, also known as cystitis, occurs when germs (most often bacteria) enter the urethra and travel to the bladder to cause an infection. This infection often develops in the bladder. However, sometimes, it may spread to the kidney. Women are more prone to bladder infections than men. This is because women have a shorter …

18 Home Remedies To Prevent And Treat Fatty Liver Disease

Fatty liver disease is a condition in which one has a high amount of fat in one’s liver cells. Normally, there is a little amount of fat in the liver. However, when the percentage of fat, in the liver, starts rising to more than 7  to 10 percent, that could be termed a fatty liver …

16 Ways To Effectively Prevent Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are solid, tiny crystals that form in the kidney from substances in the urine. Most kidney stones pass out with our urine without the help of a doctor. However, some of them are quite large and could get stuck in our urinary tract, block the easy flow of urine, and cause discomforting pain …