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Mucus:

Mucus is a clear, white, or yellow substance with the consistency of jelly that is produced by the mucus membrane of the large intestine. Mucus is also produced by other organs in the body, such as the lungs, where it helps to trap any foreign particles that are inhaled. In the intestines, mucus protects the inner lining and helps ease along the passage of stool.


Causes:

  • Bacterial infections, such as those from Campylobacter, Salmonella, Shigella, and Yersinia, may cause mucus to be passed in the stool. A bacterial infection may also cause symptoms of diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps. Some bacterial infections may resolve on their own without treatment, but some cases may be serious and require treatment with antibiotics.

Symptoms:

  •     Belly pain from severe constipation
  •     Increased gas, bloating, or a belly that appears swollen
  •     Nausea and loss of appetite
  •     Stools that are pale or clay colored, foul smelling, have mucus, or that float
  •     Weight loss

Diagnosis:

  • Post-nasal drip takes an expectorant, drink lots of fluids, breathe through a warm washcloth, and use steam to make the mucus more liquid.Congestion is mostly due to swollen nasal membranes, so shrinking those membranes is the goal. Use an oraldecongestant or decongestant nasal spray, breathe through a warm wet washcloth, and use steam to ease congestion.

Ingredients:

Natural Remedies:

  • One of the natural ingredients to treat mucus is betel leaf. Prepare about 5 pieces of betel leaf that has been washed clean, boiled until boiling. Drink boiled water wash 1-2 times a day to keep the body warm and healthy.
  • Demolished the betel leaf and make juice. Take the juice, boiled and cooled it. If you apply on the forehead, mucus will be reduced.
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Nosebleed:

The medical term for nosebleed is epistaxis. We can also say nasal hemorrhage. The human nose, and those of many animals are rich in blood vessels.


Causes:

  • Nosebleeds can occur spontaneously when the nasal membranes dry out and crack. This is common in dry climates, or during the winter months when the air is dry and warm from household heaters. People are more susceptible to a bloody nose if they take medications that prevent normal blood clotting.

Symptoms:

  • Heavy bleeding from your nose
  • An irregular heart beat
  • Shortness of breath
  • You turn pale
  • You swallow large amounts of blood that makes you vomit

Diagnosis:

  • The doctor will examine your nose to determine where the bleeding is located. If necessary, he or she may insert a lighted, tube-like instrument called an endoscope into your nose to see the site of bleeding. Blood tests may be done to check for any bleeding abnormalities.

Ingredients:

Natural Remedies:

  • Treat a nose bleed with an onion. When nosebleed take place, immediately slice an onion and hold it just under your nose. The fumes that release from the onion act as a natural coagulant and the nose will stop bleeding.
  • Castor oil is particularly helpful when left overnight on thick, small, well-circumscribed lesions. If cold-pressed castor oil is mixed with baking soda, it has been found to greatly improve thick, scaly heel skin, as long as the skin isn’t cracked.
  • Peel the onion and cut into small pieces. Fry the onion and castor oil. If you eat the fried items, nosebleed will be subsided.
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Hiccup:

  • Hiccup is a sudden, involuntary contraction of the diaphragm muscle. When the muscle spasms, the vocal cords snap shut, producing the hiccup sound. Hiccups can even occur in a fetus while still in utero.


Causes:

  • Hiccups occur when your diaphragm suddenly and involuntarily contracts. As your diaphragm contracts, it causes you to breathe in air very quickly. The incoming air is stopped when your glottis closes suddenly, producing the characteristic sound of a hiccup.

Symptoms:

  • Sudden excitement
  • overeating
  • A sudden change in temperature
  • Alcohol
  • Excess smoking

Diagnosis:

  • The diagnosis of hiccups is clinical and derived primarily from a thorough clinical history. The underlying cause of persistent intractable hiccups is identified through a focused history, physical examination, and targeted investigations. Depending on the initial findings, referral to an appropriate specialist may be required to direct further investigations and initiate treatment of any underlying condition.

Ingredients:

  1. Curd
  2. Salt

Natural Remedies:

  • Add 2 tsp of salt to one cup of curd. Make sure that the curd is plain with no additives. Eat this mixture slowly to cure your hiccups.
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Sneezing:

  • Sneezing is your body’s way of removing irritants from your nose or throat. A sneeze is a powerful expulsion of air that is involuntary, which means you cannot control it. Sneezing often happens suddenly and may also be called sternutation.

Causes:

  • Sneezing is caused by irritation to the mucus membranes of the nose or throat. It can be very bothersome, but is rarely a sign of a serious problem.

Symptoms:

  1. Allergic rhinitis
  2. Common cold
  3. Flu
  4. Asthma

Diagnosis:

  • Avoiding exposure to the allergen is the best way to control sneezing caused by allergies. In some cases, you may need to move out of a home with a mold spore problem. Sneezing that is not due to an allergy will disappear when the illness that is causing it is cured or treated.

Ingredients:

  1. Grape Fruit
  2. Lemon juice
  3. Honey

Natural Remedies:

  • Grapefruit and lemon boiled in one cup of water for 15 minutes makes an excellent home remedy for sneezing. Use only the fruit, not the rind. Cool and mix with raw honey to relieve symptoms.
  • Lemon is beneficial in all types of cold with fever. Vitamin C-rich lemon juice increases body resistance, decreases toxicity and reduces the duration of the illness. One lemon should be diluted in a glass of warm water, and a teaspoon of honey should be added to it. This should be taken once or twice daily.
  • Herbal teas mixed with honey are considered as excellent natural home remedies for Sneezing. Chamomile, Echinacea and nettle tea, in particular are quit helpful in healing this problem. You can also prepare a tea by keeping two tablespoons of fennel seeds in a cup of boiling water for about 15-20 minutes and finally straining and drinking it two times in a day. cut the grape fruit and lemon juice. Add honey to boil and mix it. If you drink with morning and evening, you will subside the sneezing.
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Throat Pain:

  • Throat pain may be general or specific to a structure within the throat, such as your tonsils or voice box. Sometimes soreness or irritation at the back of the tongue can also register as throat pain. The types of disorders that can cause throat pain include pharyngitis, tonsillitis, and, in rare cases, throat cancer.

Causes:

  • There are many causes of throat pain, including colds caused by viruses or strep throat, overuse of the vocal cords, smoking, acid reflux or growths. The most common cause is pharyngitis, that is a painful, inflammatory infection of the mucosa lining the pharynx. Other upper respiratory tract infections are also very common causes for pain in throat, such as cold, laryngitis, herpetic angina, pharyngoconjunctival fever.

Symptoms:

  1. Bloody sputum
  2. Hoarseness
  3. Lump in Throat
  4. Difficulty swallowing
  5. Laryngeal stridor

Diagnosis:

  • Diagnosis will start with a physical exam that is generally the same for children and adults. The exam will include: Using a lighted instrument to look at your throat, and likely your ears and nasal passages, Gently feeling your neck to check for swollen glands, Listening to your breathing with a stethoscope. However, for the more reliable, out-of-clinic lab test to determine the cause of the infection.

Ingredients:

  1. Mango leaf

Natural Remedies:

  • Bark of mango tree is yet another effective home remedy for sore throat. Hence, if you find the extract of bark of mango tree, you can use it to cure any kind of throat problem. Add a spoonful of bark of mango tree oil in hot water and gargle with this water.
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Eye Pain:      

  • Eye pain is also known as ophthalmalgia. Eye pain can fall into one of two categories: ocular pain and orbital pain. Eye pain that occurs on the surface may be a scratching, burning, or itching sensation.

Causes:

  • Causes of eye pain fall into two broad categories: ocular pain and orbital pain. Ocular pain is eye pain coming from the outer structures of the surface of the eye. Orbital pain is described as a deep, dull ache behind or in the eye.

Symptoms:

  1. Decreased vision
  2. Headache
  3. Light sensitivity
  4. Red eye or pinkeye
  5. Tearing

Diagnosis:

  • Eye care specialists use a variety of tools to diagnose eye pain, A slit-lamp exam uses bright light to look into all the structures of the eye. Dilating drops expand the pupil to allow the doctor to see deep into the eye. A pressure-gauging instrument can detect high pressures caused by glaucoma.

Ingredients:

  1. Beal Leaf

Natural Remedies:

  • Beal leaf is also anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving. Fry the beal leaf with little hot. If you apply on the eye, you will subside the eye pain.
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