Osteoporosis: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

What exactly is Osteoporosis, and what causes it? Osteoporosis is a condition in which your bones are fragile, causing bone fracture from the slightest body movements. The delicacy of bones can cause fractures even from just a bending. This fracture can seriously affect your overall health and life…

What causes Infertility in Women

Infertility is a condition that affects both men and women. Infertility means you cannot get pregnant even after trying to achieve pregnancy for 12 months or more. For example, after a year of sexual contact without any protection or intercourse at the time of ovulation won’t lead to…

Coronary Artery Disease: Causes, Symptoms and Prevention

Coronary Artery Disease, also known as Ischemic heart disease, is a condition that affects your heart’s blood vessels.  More than 120 million people are diagnosed with Coronary Artery disease worldwide. Men are more affected by the disease than women. What exactly is CAD?   CAD is caused when the…

Here’s how you can cleanse your lungs

Did you used to be exposed to pollutants or had the habit of smoking? Are you looking for proper ways to cleanse your lungs from all the toxins? Here you go, then.  Lungs are a self-cleaning organ; once you stay out of polluted areas and quit the habit…

Upper Respiratory Infection: Causes and symptoms

Upper respiratory tract infection primarily affects your nose, sinuses, airways, and lungs. The condition is a very common form of respiratory infection.  Relief is that in most cases, respiratory infections will go away naturally; however, in extreme situations, you will need treatments and proper medical support. If the…
People with dementia need good support and care.

What is dementia, and Is there a way to cure or prevent it?

What exactly is Dementia? Dementia is a brain disorder that primarily affects your cognitive functioning. The result will be memory loss, inability to carry on day-to-day tasks, and trouble controlling emotions and actions. Alzheimer’s disease is a major and most common form of dementia. It is a common…

The 4 best ways to whiten your teeth with simple home remedies

More and more people want whiter teeth these days. However, it is totally normal to want whitened teeth; it is not okay to use bad chemicals to do the job. Instead, you can get white teeth with simple and very effective home remedies.  The colour of our teeth…

Here’s how to relieve toothache immediately with simple home remedies.

Toothache is primarily caused by damage to the tooth tissue and roots. It is typically associated with dental health problems such as tooth decay, cavities, plaque, and gum diseases.  The reasons that cause the roots of teeth to provoke tooth pain are poor oral hygiene, dental diseases, and…

6 Ayurvedic dental care tips to be healthy and hygienic

Many people tend not to give proper oral care until they get a toothache, tooth decay, cavities, bad breath, or gum disease. The truth is, if you make dental care part of your daily routine and give it as much importance as we give to skincare and body…

Everything you need to know about Tooth Abscess or tooth root infection

Tooth Abscess, also known as Periapical Abscess and Tooth root infection, affects the root, nerves, and tissues of teeth. As the name suggests, tooth root infection is a bacterial infection that causes pus in the root, making it hard for you to chew, drink and even speak.  The…

Unani Medicine: Explanation and prevention of Bad breath/ Halitosis

Do you have bad breath even after brushing twice a day and washing your mouth properly? It could mean that you are missing out on some major oral care routine. Persistent bad breath, Halitosis, can also be a symptom and cause of some dental diseases like tooth decay…

Dental health and hygiene mistakes you make every day.

A good oral care routine is absolutely important to stave off tooth decay, cavities, gum diseases, and oral cancer and ensure your overall health.  We all know that oral hygiene means brushing at least once a day, washing your mouth after a meal, and flossing. But we do…
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