When your skin is very dry, it could cause some unpleasant feelings and symptoms that may include itching, swollen, painful, and cracked body parts. As a result of this, your body may be exposed to dangerous viruses, bacteria, fungi, and allergens through the cracks in your scaly skin. What are the primary causes of dry skin? How can you solve this embarrassing health problem? What are the five common remedies for dry, cracked skin that you can use?
Addictions are bad habits people pick up over their lifetimes. There are three stages of addiction: Simple, acute, and chronic. Your addiction, whatever type or stage it is, may produce some debilitating effects on your health in the long term.
Do you often find it difficult to enjoy a good sleep at night? Well, you may be suffering from insomnia, a sleep disorder which causes acute sleeplessness that affects a lot of people all over the world. What are the primary causes of insomnia? How will you know you are experiencing it? And what are the possible treatments for this common ailment that sometimes robs people of a peaceful, night rest?
It is interesting to know that the color and odor of our urine, and how frequently we urinate can provide some great insights into our health status. Urine is the liquid waste released by the human body, and it mostly consists of water, salt, some chemicals known as uric acid and urea. Our kidneys make the urine by filtering a lot of toxic wastes and impurities from our blood. So, how does your urine give out some hidden symptoms in your body, if any?
Dry eye syndrome (DES), which is also known as keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS) is the condition of having dry eyes. It simply means that your eyes do not have enough tears required to moisturize or lubricate them. There are different causes of dry eyes, from starring unceasingly at digital devices such as computers, smartphones, or iPads to other natural causes. So, can I go blind if I leave my dry eye untreated?
Fasting has some implications, whether you are doing it to lose weight, for religious purposes, or just trying to stay healthy. Fasting has been practiced for centuries by people from different corners of the world, and some recent studies (research) have revealed interesting medical usefulness of fasting.
In 2017, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that there were between 291,000 and 646,000 people who died from seasonal influenza (the Flu) all over the world. This indicates that a wide range of demographics is at risk, from children, pregnant women to the elderly. However, there are steps you can take to best protect yourself from the Flu.