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Hygiene & Health - A Health Forum


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    Re: Hygiene & Health - A Health Forum

    Thanks apnu akka..


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    Personal hygiene is the first step to good grooming and good health. Elementary cleanliness is common knowledge. Neglect causes problems that you may not even be aware of. Many people with bad breath are blissfully unaware of it. Some problems may not be your fault at all, but improving standards of hygiene will control these conditions. Dandruff is a case in point. More often than you know, good looks are the result of careful and continuous grooming.Every external part of the body demands a basic amount of attention on a regular basis. Here are some grooming routines and some complaints associated with neglect.



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    Re: Hygiene & Health - A Health Forum

    Varicose Veins:

    Varicose veins are painful, unsightly, and sometimes require surgical intervention.
    They are most common in women and frequently brought on by pregnancy, however genetics and lifestyle factors are also relevant. Veins pump blood back to the heart, which means that leg veins are tasked with pumping blood upward, against gravity.
    Veins have natural leaflet valves to keep the blood moving in the right direction; in varicose veins, however, problems with the leaflets allow some of the blood to flow backwards, resulting in discomfort.

    Letís take a look at some of the lifestyle changes you can make to prevent varicose veins:
    Sit and stand with care.
    To promote better circulation, maintain good posture and avoid crossing your legs when seated.
    Your circulation suffers when you sit or stand for a long time, so take frequent breaks to stretch your legs.
    Invest in compression hose. Compression hose and socks are available both over-the-counte r and by a doctorís prescription.
    They apply pressure to the lower legs to help your veins pump blood upward toward the heart.
    Maintain a healthy lifestyle.

    Easier said than done, we know, but keeping your weight down and activity level up have been shown to decrease your risk of developing varicose veins.
    Doctors recommend low-impact exercises like swimming, cycling, and walking...

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