Motion sickness is caused when a part of your balancing system senses motion, while the other parts don't. Nausea, headache, sweating, vomiting, and feeling ill are the common symptoms. They subside once the motion stops. However, yoga practices such as Sirasasana, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Vrikshasana, and Nadi Shodhan Pranayama can help prevent and manage motion sickness.
The cooling effect of cucumber makes it a favorite summer sack. But, is it safe to rely on this crunchy veggie too much? If you have cucumber beyond moderation, its diuretic effect may harm you. Sometimes, cucumbers cause bloating and indigestion. And those who are allergic to ragweed pollen may have reactions when they eat cucumbers.
Hyperpigmentation can be a result of excess melanin production, hormonal imbalances, skin aging, liver damage, or overexposure to the sun. Some natural remedies that work are combinations involving aloe vera, cucumber, grapeseed, green tea, lemon, neem leaves, and rosehip. Papaya, pineapple, potato, soymilk, tomato, turmeric, and yogurt can also come to your rescue.