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Bizarre Things You Can Do While You're Asleep

6 Bizarre Things You Can Do While You’re Asleep

You come home tired after a long day at work. You go under the covers and you know slumber is going to hit you...
Strange things can happen while you sleep that is not dangerous

5 Bizarre Things That Can Happen While You Sleep

The body and mind can do some strange things during sleep. Sleep talking is harmless, but it can be disruptive for those sleeping near you. Sleepwalking increases the risk of injury and needs to be controlled. Sleep sex, or sexsomnia, might also cause awkward situations. Can’t move but your mind is awake? Sleep paralysis is scary, but only affects 1.7% of the population and also increases the risk of the exploding head syndrome.

Health Alert! Get To Know The Common Birth Defects, Symptoms, And Treatments

Expecting a baby is joyous and parents can’t just wait to meet the little ones after nine months of pregnancy. Apart from thinking about...
the mystery behind dreams)

12 Common Dreams And Symbols And What They Mean

Humankind has been wondering about the mystery behind dreams since the beginning of time. Even to this day, why we dream is still one...
Migraine - Reason behind multiple health disorders

5 Health Disorders Linked To Migraines

Migraines are commonly associated with pain and nausea, but they can increase the risk for several other issues as well. You’re twice as likely to develop Bell’s Palsy or temporary facial paralysis. Though the symptoms subside within two weeks, it can surely be scary! Additionally, since migraines change blood flow, there’s a higher risk for heart disease and stroke. Migraines are also linked to a higher rate of Parkinson’s disease.

5 Things To Think Before Taking Antibiotics While Pregnant

Pregnancy is a time when you need to be extra careful about both your and the growing fetus's health. Especially when you deal with...

5 Ways To Deal With Overwhelming Situations

Feeling overwhelmed can create a sense of panic and paralysis. Be involved in an activity to distance you from the problem and get that out of your head. Stop trying to control everything and learn from every situation. Break down the goals to achievable chunks and lighten the burden. Balance pressure with self care as it's human to err. Don't be hesitant to ask for help.
What is sleep paralysis

What Is Sleep Paralysis: Causes, Risk Factors, And Prevention

Sleep paralysis is a sleep disorder that occurs during falling asleep and waking up due to an overlap between wakefulness and sleep. You are conscious in this state but can't move, speak, or react and often hallucinate. Episodes usually last for a few seconds to minutes and are frightening. It's more common in students and psychiatric patients and is often a symptom of narcolepsy. A consistent sleep schedule and a light meal before bed can prevent it.

Sleep Paralysis: About, 2 Types, 8 Major Causes And 12 Natural Remedies

If you have ever woken up and felt like you couldn’t move, then congratulations (well, not really) you have experienced sleep paralysis. It is...

What Is Digestive Tract Paralysis? Symptoms, Causes, And Treatment

It refers to partial paralysis of the stomach (gastroparesis) or one or more parts of the intestine (intestinal pseudo-obstruction), thus interfering with your regular digestion. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, malnutrition, and a feeling of fullness. Natural alternatives such as the usage of ginger or triphala and procedures such as acupuncture shows promising results.
Natural Remedies For Bell's Palsy?

Are There Any Natural Remedies For Bell’s Palsy?

Bell's Palsy (facial paralysis) caused as a side effect of herpes virus infection and nerve inflammation. 80% patients recover naturally within 6 months. Physiotherapy, acupuncture, moxibustion, ayurveda therapies - abhyanga, mridu swedana and nasya help speed up nerve repair. Herbs like garlic, mustard, clove, blackgram and castor are also effective.