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Burning skin sensations: You have a burning skin sensation like you have a bad sun burn, but there are no apparent marks on the skin. The burning skin sensation may remain in one location, may randomly change from location to location, or may affect the entire body.

Causes:

A burning sensation, either in a particular area of the body or over a wide range throughout, is not a pleasant thing. It can also be indicative of a number of underlying problems. Depending on other symptoms that accompany the burning sensation, the cause could be everything from a reaction to severe trauma to an indication of vascular disease.

  • Trauma: Someone still in shock or recovering from a severe trauma may experience a burning sensation.
  • Nervous system: Problems with the nervous system may cause a burning sensation in the body. Nerves that relay messages and are connected to the spinal cord and brain can be damaged in a condition called peripheral neuropathy. It often causes a burning along with loss of muscle control, lack of sensations and pain.
  • Spinal disease: Burning sensations are also common when someone is suffering from a disease of the spinal nerve roots called radiculothopy.
  • Herpes: Herpes, a sexually transmitted infection, is also known for causing a burning sensation. Both herpes simplex and herpes zoster are known for causing a burning sensation, along with a host of other conditions.
  • Vascular Condition: Peripheral vascular disease is another cause of a burning sensation. In this case, the blood vessels become narrowed and blood flow is restricted.
  • Other Conditions: Other conditions that may result in a burning sensation are whiplash, snake bites, stings from marine animals, leprosy, vitamin, calcium or hormone deficiencies, frostbite, skin conditions, ulcers, carpal tunnel syndrome and other conditions marked by nerve damage.

Symptoms:

  • Burning skin sensations

Diagnosis:

  • See and consult your doctors.

Ingredients:

  1. Beetroot leaves.

Natural Remedies: 

Take some beetroot leaves, clean and grind it. Filter its juice. Then apply on your skin, will reduce your skin burning.

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Every woman has a dream for lustrous long black hair. Any hair coming away while combing or any part of the scalp hair turning grey or white is to be considered seriously. Graying of hair is a natural process. Premature greying is due to a rapid decline in melanin.

Causes:

Premature greying of hair in teenagers is a disease condition. The main causes for this condition are

  • Heredity
  • Carelessness in maintenance of hair
  • Vitamins deficiency
  • Use of certain hair oils and shampoos
  • Mental stress

Symptoms:

  • Premature greying of hair

Diagnosis:

  • Take foods rich in iodine such as banana, carrots and fish.
  • Every morning eat 10 curry leaves
  • Eat foods rich in iron, minerals and vitamin A and B.

Ingredients:

  1. Gooseberry.
  2. Lemon leaves.
  3. Milk.

Natural Remedies:

Grind lemon leaves with gooseberry. Mix with milk. Then apply on your hair and take bath.

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Anorexia is a serious eating disorder. It can damage your health and even threaten your life.

Causes:

  • Causes of anorexia which are worthless personal feelings, stressful events in life, and cultural influence of the country where the person is living, are situations that can look normal, but that can have deathly consequences.

Symptoms:

Anorexia nervosa is a complex eating disorder with three key features:

  • Refusal to maintain a healthy body weight
  • An intense fear of gaining weight
  • A distorted body image

Diagnosis:

  • Ask your primary care doctor for a referral. Check with local hospitals.
  • Get eating disorder education, Nutritional counseling and Medical monitoring.

Ingredients:

  1. Caralluma fimbriata.

Natural Remedies:

  • Histopathological study of the thoracic aorta revealed that the plant extract was effective in reducing atheroma plaque formation. This study revealed that caralluma fimbrata has anti-obesogenic and anti-atherogenic property. Researchers hypothesize that the chemical constituents of Caralluma fimbriata act on the hunger and appetite control center of the brain. The cactus may also block enzymes, which in turn block fat formation. The body is then forced to use stored fat as energy.

If you eat caralluma fimbriata raw or like chutneys, pickles with your food, it will make you hungry

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Hyperthermia is the general name given to a variety of heat-related illnesses. Warm weather and outdoor activity go hand in hand. However, it is important for older people to take action to avoid the severe health problems often caused by hot weather.

Causes:

  • Hyperthermia occurs when body metabolic heat production or environmental heat load exceeds normal heat loss capacity or when there is impaired heat loss.
  • Drinking alcohol/smoking
  • Medications
  • Lifestyle factor

Symptoms:

  • Heat stress
  • Heat fatigue
  • Heat syncope
  • Heat cramps
  • Heat exhaustion
  • Heat stroke

Diagnosis:

Hyperthermia is generally diagnosed in the presence of an unexpectedly high body temperature and a history that suggests hyperthermia instead of a fever.  Some prevention methods for hyperthermia

  • Drink 2 to 3 quarts of water daily.
  • Avoid exertion or exercise, especially during the hottest part of the day.
  • If traveling, allow 2 to 3 weeks in an unusually hot climate before attempting any type of exertion.
  • When outside, wear a hat and loose clothing; when indoors, remove as much clothing as needed to be comfortable.
  • Take a tepid bath or shower.
  • Use cold wet towels or dampen clothing with tepid water when the heat is extreme.
  • Avoid hot, heavy meals.
  • Avoid alcohol.
  • Determine if the person is taking any medications that increase hyperthermia risk; if so; consult with the patient’s physician.

Ingredients:

  1. Love lies bleeding.

Natural Remedies:

  • Leaves – raw or cooked as a spinach or added to soups etc. The mild flavoured leaves are rich in vitamins and minerals. Seed – cooked. Very small but easy to harvest and very nutritious, individual plants can bear up to 100, 000 seeds. The seed is very nutritious and contains 13 – 18% of a very high quality protein that is rich in the amino acid lysine. It also contains good quantities of calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, zinc, vitamin E and the vitamin B complex. A red food coloring called ‘betalaina’ is obtained from red cultivars.

So take love lies bleeding leaves with your food often.

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Scabies is a common illness that used to affect a large amount of people in the past, but now because most of the people respect society’s hygiene rules and because the treatments are continuously improving, the number of scabies patients is decreasing.

Causes:

  • The cause of scabies is a tiny 8-legged mite called Sarcoptes scabiei. This mite is so small that you need a magnifying glass to see it. It is attracted by the human body’s smell and heat, and once it gets on the skin it starts to burrow until it reaches under its surface. They create tunnels in there and they start living inside these tunnels. The females also lay eggs in the skin, so once they establish they will soon spread.

Symptoms

  • Itching, often severe and usually worse at night
  • Thin, irregular burrow tracks made up of tiny blisters or bumps on your skin

Diagnosis:

  • To diagnose scabies, your doctor examines your skin, looking for signs of mites, including the characteristic burrows. When your doctor locates a mite burrow, he or she may take a scraping from that area of your skin to examine under a microscope. The microscopic examination can determine the presence of mites or their eggs.

Ingredients:

  1. Mexican poppy leaves.

Natural Remedies:

  • The argemone mexicana plant contains alkaloids as berberine, protopine, sarguinarine, optisine, chelerytherine etc. The seed oil contains myristic, palmitic, oleic, linoleic acids etc. Botanically it is called Feronica limorria Swingle. The unripe fruit is astringent and is administered in diarrhoea and dysentery. The ripe fruit is refreshing, aromatic, antiscorbutic, carminative, digestive, tonic and antidotal. It is often used as a stomachic.

Mexican poppy leaves have a capacity to reduce the scabies, so if you take some Mexican poppy leaves, clean it. Grind and apply on your scabies.

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Headache means “Pain in various parts of the head, not confined to the area of distribution of any nerve”. In fact, there are several different types of headaches. Headache is also known as Cephalalgia. Some of the causes of headaches are benign while others can be medical emergencies.

Causes:

  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bad posture
  • Staying in one position for a long time
  • Working in an awkward position for a long time
  • Clenching one’s jaw

Symptoms:

  • A headache or cephalgia is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck. It can be a symptom of a number of different conditions of the head and neck.

Diagnosis:

  • In the majority of cases, primary headaches respond well to treatment. They are unpleasant but are not harmful if they do not occur as a symptom of another condition. For treatment to be effective it is important that the patient adheres to the doctor’s instructions.

Ingredients:

  1. Paruppu keerai (portulaca oleracea).

Natural Remedies:

  • Paruppu keerai (portulaca oleracea) contains many biologically active compounds and is a source of many nutrients. It has high contents of Omega-3 fatty acids and protein (compared to other vegetables). The quantity of these compounds in Portulaca oleracea varies with the growing conditions (e.g., planting date, soil quality, fertilization) and the age of the plant. Some of the biologically active (and, in some case, potentially toxic compounds) include: Free oxalic acids, Alkaloids, Omega-3 fatty acids, Coumarins, Flavonoids, Cardiac glycosides, and Anthraquinone glycosides.

Paruppu keerai (portulaca oleracea) have a capacity to reduce the headache, so if you take some paruppu keerai, clean and grind it. Then apply on your forehead.

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