Monday, October 28, 2013

Healthy Noses and Happy Breathing

There are many things that subject to our noses  that are unhealthy and problematic for healthy breathing. Learning how to take care of your nose can help you enjoy a pain free, symptom free, lifelong experience of some of the world's most tantalizing smells. Your nose and sinuses are intimately connected, and helping to improve your nose health will help you to improve sinus health.

The nose serves two purposes. It provides an avenue for smelling which increases pleasure, warns against danger, and helps to improve the quality of life. It also serves as an airway into the lungs. A healthy nose will help filter particles from the airway much better than an unhealthy nose will. A chronically runny nose or stuffy nose can lead to headaches and other discomfort as well as become an irritating source of discomfort on its own.
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THE PROTECTIVE ROLE OF THE MUCOUS MEMBRANE
It is important to know about Mucous to care of your nose as it acts like an antivirus for our body. It protect us from external threats with the help of its mucous and its blend with impurities. The hairs presents on mucous membrane helps to direct impurities toward throats and stomach and from where the impurities remove permanently. Sneezing is also one way extracting impurities through nose. Nose should be kept very hygienic because through nose we take air which contains oxygen which is very essential for survival.

ESTABLISHING THE ROUTINE FOR NOSE CARE
By reducing external threats from your environment with the help of proper healthy living habits are useful in proper nasal function and which gain by proper nasal hygiene care. The following tips shows that how to reduce external threats from your environment:
1. Avoid carpets
2. Stop accumulation of dust on object
3. Regularly cleans your home.
4. Air should be humidifying in your home.
5. Avoid smoking.

Obviously following above tips will help in a great way to take care of your nose. Also you can maintain proper nasal hygiene by cleaning it regularly. Just like you brushed your teeth regularly for clean mouth in same manner you should clean your nose regularly for its proper functioning. To eliminate the nasal cavities saline water based product should be used. Several products are available on the market,  its can be found in the form of droppers, single-dose ampoules, nasal sprays and flushers. The product you choose will depend on your age and preferences. Some formulations said to be isotonic or hypertonic are available. Isotonic saline-water-based products contain the same salt concentration as those found in the human body, contrary to a hypertonic solution which has a higher salt concentration. There are also nasal sprays with a flow mist that varies from low pressure to high pressure and others that contain eucalyptus. It can sometimes be confusing. Ask your pharmacist to help you choose the product that best suits your needs.

NASAL HYGIENE AND ALLERGIES
Mites, pollen and mould are some allergies to which you constantly come in contact. Allergies found in mucous cause to sneezing and congestion which can be reduces by using saline water regularly to clean your nose.

DRY NOSE
Typical symptoms which include tingling and burning sensation in the nose are caused due to dry nose problem. It’s very uncomfortable and makes us infected.

There are few examples which are causes of dry nose and will help you in take care of nose:
1. Low humidity level
2. Heating system used in the home during winters.
3. Aging
4. Due to certain medicines use of nasal spray
5. Radiation treatments.

FEW TIPS ON MAINTENANCE OF HEALTHY NASAL HYGIENE
1. Proper humidity level should be maintained in your home.
2. Use non-irritating product which are especially made for nasal hygiene
3. Nose should be clean more frequently when you have respiratory infection or allergies.

The more you do to learn how to take care of your nose the easier breathing will be. Clear from debris and allergens your nasal passages can relax. Inflammation can often be caused by triggers other than allergies. This means that once the inflammation is gone the allergen triggers may not be nearly as intense. Healthy noses and happy breathing is part of living healthier lives.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Natural way to stay YOUNG

Getting older -- without being doomed to wrinkle-dom and jiggly thighs -- does not require a high-priced trainer and a bucket o' Botox. To stay-young secrets for winding back time naturally and have you looking and feeling everyday fabulous, by doing everyday smart things: exercise, eat healthy, less-stress -- not so hard, right? 

If you’re concerned with aging gracefully, start where it matters, in your diet. Here are seven foods that will keep you looking younger longer.

1. Avocado and Other Good Fats
Avocado has a lot of things going for it not the least of which is its fat content. You’ll notice that as you age those with little flesh on the body, especially in the face, begin to age faster. A little flesh keeps us looking younger. Bathe yourself in good fats like olive oil and avocado. If you’re concerned with cutting the fat, focus on the bad fats like lard and excessive amounts of butter.

2. Water-Based Fruits and Vegetables
Hydration is a big part of looking young because it helps that skin retain moisture. When the skin is dehydrated it lays flatter on the body and wrinkles begin to show. This means not only drinking loads of water, but also making sure that you’re loading up on water heavy fruits and vegetables. Some really good choices include watermelon, cucumber, and citrus fruits.

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3. Guava
Guava is great for your skin because it’s loaded with vitamin C. According to the Dr. Oz Show, it has 4 times as much as citrus fruits. Vitamin C serves as the body’s natural Botox, keeping your skin cells full and wrinkle-free.

4. Oysters
Depending on type and variety oyster, they provide 16 to 182 mg of zinc per 100g serving, according to Healthalicious. This accounts for 110 to 1200 percent of the RDA for zinc. Zinc serves to repair damage done to skin cells. So if you spent too much time out in the sun as a child and caused problems for your skin, zinc can prepare it.

5. Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes have beta-carotene, which is known to balance your skin’s pH, helps combat dryness, and promotes cell turnover, all resulting in smoother skin. Combining good fats like coconut or olive oil with beta-caratene makes it even more effective.

6. Seasonal Berries
Berries are among the highest is antioxidant content. Berries like blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries have some of the highest antioxidant capacity. These antioxidants fight the free radicals that cause wrinkling on the skin.

7. Omega Fatty Acids Oil
Essential fatty acids are responsible for healthy cell membranes, which is not only what act as barriers to harmful things but also as the passageway for nutrients to cross in and out and for waste products to get in and out of the cell. Omega 3 is made up of three acids EPA, DHA, and ALA. ALA can be found in hemp seeds, flax seeds, and chia seeds. DHA and EPA are found in algae, spirulina, blue-green algae, and chlorella. Omega 6′s are found in many vegetarian foods including olive oil, whole grains, and avocados.