Treating hair problems with ginger

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(NaturalNews) Ginger is historically considered one of nature’s true wonders. Other than being a vually be used as a form of health treatment. What are the different conditions where ginger can be used as a hair treatment?ery delectable spice, it is known to have a long list of health benefits. It is used to treat conditions ranging from nausea to heart problems. But not a lot of people know that ginger can act

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Here is a list of the benefits it can give to hair health:

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How to Stop Hair Loss Naturally

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Men, and sometimes women, notice that their hair is thinning prematurely for several different reasons. Age, menopause, pregnancy, genetics, illness, and other factors all play a role in hair loss. Sure, you can use drugs like Rogaine, or you can go in for a hair transplant or fusion, but sometimes the easiest, most inexpensive solution, is to try to stop hair loss naturally. There are many methods to make our hair grow faster, shine , glitter in natural ways without using chemicals. Read the full history

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Weight Gain Carries Risks, No Matter Your Weight

Via well.blogs.nytimes NICHOLAS BAKALAR

It is widely known that being overweight or obese is linked to an increased risk for cardiovascular and other diseases. Now a new study has found that even in young adults of normal weight, increases in body mass index also lead to increased risk.

Researchers studied 12,664 young adults, testing them for 32 gene variants known to be associated with higher B.M.I., and assigning a “gene score” to each depending on how many of the genetic variants they carried. By studying such a large population, they were able to separate genetic tendencies toward weight gain from … Read the rest

9 Natural Ways to Burn Your Tummy Without Exercising

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Tummy fat is dangerous in terms of health. It can lead to several health problems like, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and metabolic issues. Plenty of aerobic activity will achieve a flat tummy and keep you fit and healthy. But it takes a lot of effort to reduce fat. Here are some simple to reduce tummy without exercise and aerobic activity. 

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Easing Diabetes Risk, One Beverage at a Time

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 Substituting just one serving a day of water or unsweetened tea or coffee for one serving of a sugar-sweetened soft drink or dairy beverage can significantly reduce the incidence of Type 2 diabetes, a new study has found.

 

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The study, in Diabetologia, used data on diet and diabetes incidence from more than 25,000 British men and women ages 40 to 79. Researchers tracked consumption of soft drinks, tea and coffee, fruit juice and sweetened milk drinks like hot chocolate and milkshakes.

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The psychological impact of alopecia

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Alopecia is a chronic dermatological disorder in which people lose some or all of the hair on their head and sometimes on their body as well. It is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the hair follicles. It is neither life threatening nor painful, though there can be irritation of the skin, as well as physical problems resulting from the loss of eyelashes and eyebrows. The aetiology and subsequent development of alopecia is not fully understood, but it is an autoimmune disorder that arises from a combination of genetic and environmental influences.1 We have included alopecia secondary to … Read the rest

How to learn with zero effort

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What is the easiest way to learn? David Robson meets a group of scientists and memory champions competing to find techniques that make facts stick… fast.

Face to face with the world’s leading memory experts, my mind is beginning to feel very humble. Ben Whately, for instance, tells me about the famous mnemonist Matteo Ricci, a 16th Century Jesuit priest who was the first westerner to take China’s highest civil service exams. The exam was an excruciating ordeal that involved memorising reams of classical poetry – a task that could take a lifetime. “Only 1% of Read the rest

How to Strengthen Hair with Flax Seed Water? 100% Effective!

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How to Strengthen Hair with Flax Seed Water? – Women expose their hair to a long list of factors which can make it weak, dry and brittle and the damage can be quite visible. Because of that giving your hair the proper care and attention for its protection and making it silkier and smooth is extremely important. Most importantly to allow it to grow without split ends and breakage.

The hair care products which are readily available in almost every store rarely do anything effective to resolve our problems. And the ones that are effective are usually very Read the rest

Cicatricial Alopecia Symptoms and Treatments

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

By the end of 2010, nearly 70 million people, only in the United States, suffering from some kind of alopecia or hair loss and globally affected exceeded the 812 million. The figures are revealing, at 40% of males age 35 they were suffering from hair loss, at 60 a 65.5 males had a visible hair loss and to 80, 70% already suffered from moderate to severe alopecia, but to women worse as it progresses the age; at 60, 80% of women suffer from some type of hair loss; of these figures, fortunately only one smaller … Read the rest

Alopecia Areata in Children

By PC Luis Quiroz Ravines

Areta alopecia in children is unusual. In infants, dermatology consultations represent 2% to 5%, although there is no known cause of alopecia, which is defined as hair loss of any origin and etiology, it is believed that its origin is multifunctional, involving genetic predisposition and immune deficiency.

Also may be due to protein malnutrition, especially in the phase of growth of the hair follicle, or states of hyperthyroidism, anemia and in some cases to consequences of chemotherapy.

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