Showing posts with label Health Issues. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Health Issues. Show all posts

How To Avoid Sunburn?

How to protect skin from potential hazards from the Sun, particularly in the scorching summer season, is one of the biggest questions that hound health and looks-conscious people across the globe. Here, in this article, I am going to discuss some very simple steps that can go a long way in helping you protect your skin from scorching sun.

 Avoid going in the Sun between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. during harsh summer season.

Apply a good-quality sunscreen lotion to the open parts of your body, if it is necessary for you to go outside when the sun is shining like fire.

Before leaving your home, make sure you have drink a lot of water or eat juicy fruits as it would help you avoid dehydration, which causes skin damage. 
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How to Cure Dry Skin

healthy skin

Normal healthy skin appears slightly pink and feels smooth and soft. But if the skin is deprived of adequate moisture, it looks parched, cracked and feels rough and hard to touch.

Many factors are responsible for developing dry skin, such as frequent washing and a failure to protect the skin with regular applications of a moisturizing cream, particularly during harsh winters.

Simple Ways to Treat Dry Skin:

1.    Don’t forget to apply liberal amounts of oils and moisturizers to your skin, particularly after a hot bath because hot water makes skin dry.

2.    Prefer showers to baths as showers are less drying.

3.    In order to keep hands’ skin healthy and smooth, use rubber globes while doing household chores like washing utensils.

4.    Avoid frequent washing, particularly with harsh soaps, as doing so would make your shin dry and parched.

5.    Avoid getting your environment too much dry, particularly if you love to exist in air-conditioned environment.

6.    In case the aforementioned suggestions don’t help you, visit a qualified dermatologist. 
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Email/Facebook Addiction Increases Stress Levels

A Internet addicted woman busy with her mobile deviceA recent study by a group of researchers warned that “email addiction” can damage a person’s death by increasing levels of stress. The researchers found a direct correlation between excessive use of email services and stress levels. They also warned excessive use of an email service paves way for various health issues, including hypertension and coronary artery disease.

When I read the shocking findings of the study, I feared that almost everyone will be prone to such heath issues in the future, given the fast increasing use of Internet-compatible devices like tablets and smartphones. Some previous studies warned over the potential health risks linked to excessive use of Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites. Call it email addiction, Facebook addiction, or Facebook addiction disorder; the problem lies in the excessive use of Internet.

Professor Tom Jackson, of Loughborough University's school of Business & Economics, said Internet-compatible multifunctional mobile devices like smartphones allow workers to be accessible around the clock and because of this, they unintentionally become victims of increases stress levels. What is more shocking is the finding that many victims don’t realize that they are stressed.

Let me say, those who are suffering any such Internet-linked health issues are themselves to be blamed.  Thus, trim down the volume of unnecessary and irrelevant emails, Facebook messages, tweets etc. and cut the frequency of checking new emails and messages.
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Showing posts with label Health Issues. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Health Issues. Show all posts
3/11/2016
How To Avoid Sunburn?
How to protect skin from potential hazards from the Sun, particularly in the scorching summer season, is one of the biggest questions that hound health and looks-conscious people across the globe. Here, in this article, I am going to discuss some very simple steps that can go a long way in helping you protect your skin from scorching sun.

 Avoid going in the Sun between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. during harsh summer season.

Apply a good-quality sunscreen lotion to the open parts of your body, if it is necessary for you to go outside when the sun is shining like fire.

Before leaving your home, make sure you have drink a lot of water or eat juicy fruits as it would help you avoid dehydration, which causes skin damage. 
7/29/2015
How to Cure Dry Skin
healthy skin

Normal healthy skin appears slightly pink and feels smooth and soft. But if the skin is deprived of adequate moisture, it looks parched, cracked and feels rough and hard to touch.

Many factors are responsible for developing dry skin, such as frequent washing and a failure to protect the skin with regular applications of a moisturizing cream, particularly during harsh winters.

Simple Ways to Treat Dry Skin:

1.    Don’t forget to apply liberal amounts of oils and moisturizers to your skin, particularly after a hot bath because hot water makes skin dry.

2.    Prefer showers to baths as showers are less drying.

3.    In order to keep hands’ skin healthy and smooth, use rubber globes while doing household chores like washing utensils.

4.    Avoid frequent washing, particularly with harsh soaps, as doing so would make your shin dry and parched.

5.    Avoid getting your environment too much dry, particularly if you love to exist in air-conditioned environment.

6.    In case the aforementioned suggestions don’t help you, visit a qualified dermatologist. 
5/12/2015
Email/Facebook Addiction Increases Stress Levels
A Internet addicted woman busy with her mobile deviceA recent study by a group of researchers warned that “email addiction” can damage a person’s death by increasing levels of stress. The researchers found a direct correlation between excessive use of email services and stress levels. They also warned excessive use of an email service paves way for various health issues, including hypertension and coronary artery disease.

When I read the shocking findings of the study, I feared that almost everyone will be prone to such heath issues in the future, given the fast increasing use of Internet-compatible devices like tablets and smartphones. Some previous studies warned over the potential health risks linked to excessive use of Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites. Call it email addiction, Facebook addiction, or Facebook addiction disorder; the problem lies in the excessive use of Internet.

Professor Tom Jackson, of Loughborough University's school of Business & Economics, said Internet-compatible multifunctional mobile devices like smartphones allow workers to be accessible around the clock and because of this, they unintentionally become victims of increases stress levels. What is more shocking is the finding that many victims don’t realize that they are stressed.

Let me say, those who are suffering any such Internet-linked health issues are themselves to be blamed.  Thus, trim down the volume of unnecessary and irrelevant emails, Facebook messages, tweets etc. and cut the frequency of checking new emails and messages.