Other Tricks To Get Rid Of Hiccups Eat slowly by chewing foods properly. Try to cough out if hiccups are caused due to overeating or fast eating. Sniff pungent, bitter or sour food items like wine. Take a long deep breath and hold for 10 seconds. Then take a small one of 5 seconds. Repeat. Run up in the stairs as it helps to bring the diaphragm back to normal. Breathe in a paper bag as it increases the carbon dioxide level in the blood, making the diaphragm contact more to let more oxygen in. … [Read more...] about Natural Remedies And Simple Tricks To Stop Hiccups
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5. Feeling Cold Often It is normal for people to feel cold during the winters and if they are suffering from conditions like flu or other infections. However, if you notice that you feel cold all the time, without a particular read and your extremities are always cold, it could be a silent sign of a slow metabolism. Slow metabolism can lower your body's temperature, giving rise to this symptom. … [Read more...] about Do You Have These 9 Silent Signs Of A Slow Metabolism?
Diagnosis Of Preeclampsia The doctor will conduct a physical examination and ask the occurrence of high blood pressure during previous pregnancies if had any. Then a thorough medical history will be obtained by the doctor to identify medical conditions that can increase the risk of preeclampsia. … [Read more...] about Preeclampsia: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Complications, Diagnosis & Treatment
Take the ripened banana in a bowl and mash it to a pulp using a fork. Warm up the honey on low flame for a few seconds before adding it to the mashed banana and mix both the ingredients to get a smooth lump-free paste. Dampen the kid's face and neck. Apply the paste to the kid's face and neck making sure to keep it away from his/her eyes and mouth. Let it sit on the skin for 10-15 minutes. Rinse your kid's face with lukewarm water and pat it dry. What does it do? … [Read more...] about How To Make All -Natural And Safe Homemade Face Mask For Kids
For example, I had been monitoring an athlete in my clinic recently, and we noticed a spike in the anger domain on his daily symptom checklist. We called the parents to find out what was going on. We learned he was anxious and worried about not participating in school, falling behind and getting bad grades. He felt isolated from his peers. So, he decided to go off the protocol and return to school letting us know, or allowing us to set up an appropriate academic care plan. He went on his own, and couldn’t take it. He couldn’t focus, felt nauseated, and went to nurse’s office. He went home was really upset with himself and kicked trash can, and punched a wall. This showed up during the symptom tracking, and we were able to intervene by using the customized academic care plan built into the management protocol, which included visits to the school psychologist, and effectively returned him to the school environment. … [Read more...] about Balancing Precarious Emotions in Sport Concussion Protocols