Natural Home Remedies for Asthma

Asthma is a disease affecting the airways that carry air to and from your lungs. People who suffer from this chronic condition (long-lasting or recurrent) are said to be asthmatic.

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The inside walls of an asthmatic’s airways are swollen or inflamed. This swelling or inflammation makes the airways extremely sensitive to irritations and increases your susceptibility to an allergic reaction.
As inflammation causes the airways to become narrower, less air can pass through them, both to and from the lungs.

Symptoms of Asthma:

Its symptoms are given below:

  • A chronic dry cough that becomes worse at night.
  • Disturbing sleep.
  • Sometimes wheezing while sleeping.
  • Shortness of breath.

Causes of Asthma:

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Natural Home Remedies for Smokers Cough

Effects of Smoking on the BodyA smoker’s cough refers to coughing that normally occurs in people who are long-term smokers. It is a persistent cough —”persistent” meaning that it is present for more than 2 or 3 weeks.
At first it may be dry in smokers who have not smoked for very long, but over time it usually produces phlegm. This phlegm can be clear, white, yellow, or even green in color. The cough is usually worst upon awakening, and improves over the remainder of the day.

Symptoms of smokers cough:

  1. Shortness of breath

    Due to smokers cough, it seems to be harder to catch breath or it is harder to climb a flight of stairs.

  2. Coughing up blood

    coughing up blood, even a small amount on a single occasion can be symbol of smokers cough.

  3. Wheezing

    When cough is accompanied by wheezing, it could suggest asthma; but a common saying in medicine is that “not all that wheezes is asthma.” It could be a symbol of smokers cough.

  4. Unexplained weight loss

    If cough becomes old (more than two three weeks) and weight is also loosing, it can be the symbol of smokers cough.

  5. Hoarseness

    A hoarse voice that lasts more than a few days or is not accompanied by other typical cold symptoms, could be the symbol of smokers cough.

Causes of smokers cough:

The airways are lined with cilia. Cilia are tiny hair-like cells that catch toxins in inhaled air and move them upwards toward the mouth. Smoking paralyzes these cells so they’re unable to do their job. Instead of being caught in transit, toxins are allowed to enter the lungs, where they settle and create inflammation. Continue reading

Natural Home Remedies for Whooping Cough

Woman Sick due to CoughWhooping cough, known medically as Pertussis, is an extremely contagious disease caused by the bacterium ‘Bordetella pertussis. Whooping cough is called the 100 days’ cough in some countries. This disease usually affects children between 1 to 5 years.

Whooping cough Symptoms:

The initial signs and symptoms of this condition are quite similar to that of the common cold. Sneezing, a runny nose, Night cough, Sore throat, Tears while coughing, Vomiting, Loss of appetite, Tiredness, low fever and a mild cough are some of the symptoms of this condition.
After about 1 to 2 weeks, the dry, irritating cough evolves into coughing spells. During a coughing spell, which can last for more than a minute, the child may turn red or purple. At the end of a spell, the child may make a characteristic whooping sound when breathing in or may vomit. Between spells, the child usually feels well.
Because of whooping sound it is called whooping cough.

Causes of Whooping Cough:

Bronco-pneumonia, Infection of middle ear, Micro-organisms like Bordetella pertussis and Bordetella parapertussis, through tiny drops of fluid from an infected person’s nose or mouth.
The actual cause of the disease is unhealthy diet i.e. feeding the children with refined and demineralised foods and the absence of sufficient quantity of fresh fruits and salad vegetables in their diet. This results in accumulation of excessive quantities of catarrh and mucus in the child’s system.
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Natural Home Remedies for Post Viral Cough

Symptoms: An irritating cough that follows a viral respiratory tract infection, such as a common cold or flu, and lasting up to eight weeks

Causes: It is normal to have a cough with a virus, as anyone can have it because of many reasons like seasonal changes, environmental pollution etc. This viral often stays long after the initial illness.
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Natural Home Remedies for Shiny Hair

Hair can look healthy without visiting high priced salons, paying for expensive treatments and trying many conditioners and shampoos.
A variety of home remedies for healthy hair can be easily found in our kitchens for better results. From beer to bananas, shiny healthy hair is easy with a variety of these home remedies. No worries if you are man or woman, just try any remedy with the ingredients from the following which is available to you. The only difference is men have to try more than women for getting best results. As all the things are natural, so they have no side effects; so you can try this any number of time accordingly you want.
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Natural Home Remedies for Dry Hair

We can use many home made ingredients to prevent hair from becoming dry, damaged and brittle.

Strong hair is made up of protein. Everyday styling and environmental pollution can strip moisture out of your hair. The best way to put moisture and shine back to your hair is by getting a protein treatment. Protein smoothens the cuticle of the hair, creating smoother and stronger hair. Homemade protein treatments are all natural and with frequent use you get a good result.

These home remedies can be used for both men and women. But men’s hair take more time to get normal, so be patient and kindly try these remedies more than once to get results.
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Natural Home Remedies for Chest Infection

Chest infections symptoms:

A cough that draws up thick coloured phlegm is usually a symptom of a chest infection. Other symptoms are chest pain, difficult breathing, fever, loss of appetite, headache and stomach pain.

Causes of Chest Infection:

  1. Viral infection:

    When a virus invades your airways, it may cause a condition that is known as a lower respiratory tract infection. Your body is built with an immune system that can detect the presence of a virus. The immune system works by causing your lungs to produce mucus that is meant to flush out the virus when you cough.

  2. Bacterial infection:

    When a viral infection does not go away on its own, complications may arise and bacteria may form in the lungs causing pneumonia or some other serious chest infection. A bacterial infection may be suspected when a cough does not go away after two weeks or if the colour of phlegm is greenish or tainted with blood

  3. Other causes:

    Your cough may also be due to smoking, allergies to dust, smoke, chemical fumes, drastic weather changes etc.

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Natural Home Remedies for Heartburn

Heartburn Symptoms:

Gas, difficulty in breathing, A ‘throat’ cough following a meal, or waking you at night, sour taste in the throat and mouth.

Causes of Heartburn:

lack of stomach acid that causes heartburn. The food riots in your intestines and produces lactic acid which comes up and burns your oesophagus. It irritates the throat and triggering a cough. The reason behind this might be large or rich meals late at night.
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Natural Home Remedies for Hair Growth

Everyday styling, stressed schedule, sunlight and environmental pollution not only harm your hair but also reduce your hair growth. So it has become necessary for you to give extra care to your hair.

Saloons and parlor are very expensive… why waste money on them????

So we provide better solutions for your hair that makes your hair thick and shiny, these remedies can be prepared at home at low price. Anyone can make it easily by those ingredients which are commonly available at home and can be applied on your hair. In today’s polluted and highly stressed environment, both men and women get worried about their hair. Now, stop taking tension and try the following remedies which can be prepared at home for the growth of your hair. The Vitamins in these natural ingredients improve the growth of your hair.
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Natural Home Remedies for Dandruff

Dandruff may be the result of anything from a desert-dry scalp to a skin condition called seborrheic dermatitis to very commonly, an overgrowth of a yeast-like fungus called malassezia.

A variety of natural home remedies for dandruff can be easily found in our kitchens for better results. so we have brought to you some simple home tips to get rid of dandruff. These natural home remedies will remove your dandruff easily, giving you a smooth and soft hair.These remedies can be used for both men as well as women.
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