Effective Home Remedies To Treat Constipation

Children and adults suffer from constipation, recognized as a gastrointestinal complaint. It is caused by an unhealthy diet but can easily be cured by taking laxatives. However, there are equally good natural remedies that will give you quick relief.

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Effective Home Remedies For Cough

When you have tiny obstructions in your throat, it’s natural to cough it up and get it out of your throat. But when you have what’s called a non-productive or dry cough with no sputum, it is meaningless.

An itchy throat makes you cough, so you need appropriate medicine to soothe your irritated cough. However, instead of using strong medicine, people usually prefer to use home remedies so that they are spared the ill-effects of strong drugs and unnecessary expense.

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Garland Pose (Malasana)

It’s common for people to complain of lack of hip flexibility. This happens due to sitting continuously for long which results in a tightening of the groin, inner thighs and hip flexors. This also results in back pain and poor posture. To counter these problems, one can do the Garland Pose Malasana which serves to lengthen, open and widen the hip, thereby providing greater mobility for day to day activities.

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Prenatal Yoga And Benefits

Pregnancy is a big change in a woman’s life which calls for a lot of care and understanding. This newness also brings with it the need to prepare for the coming baby, a process that can be made easy by exercising through the duration of your pregnancy.

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Home Treatment For Conjunctivitis

Conjunctivitis is called Pink Eye in North America and Madras Eye in India. When the outermost layer of the eye, the conjunctiva, and the inner lining of the eyelids is inflamed, an individual experiences conjunctivitis. One cause of this is the result of too much stress on the small nerves of the eye, which causes inflammation. Another cause relates to bacterial infection in the tissues of the eye. This infection is airborne and communicable.

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