Taking the Bite out of a Biting Child
August 30, 2013 – 1:12 am | No Comment
Child care is a continuous learning process and problems are usually a stepping stone in learning more about children. Biting is one such problem that has to be handled with tender loving care. A biting child is a negative child and has to be tackled with immediately. Whether it is a home care or a day care or whether the child is just with siblings, a child who bites has to be taught the rules. The  [...]

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Steps of a Face Lift Massage
November 30, 2011 – 12:05 am | No Comment
Steps of a Face Lift Massage
Face lift massage when done in the right way helps in releasing the tension from our facial muscles. Tension in facial muscles is the main contributing factor to skin problems like appearance of wrinkles and sagging skin. Below, we have discussed some effective facelift massage techniques. Look upward stretching your neck. Now, using back of the hands make sweeping motions in the upward direction (begin from the neck’s bottom and move towards the top) all over your neck. This movement must be continued for around 30 seconds. This massage is done for toning the skin on our neck and promoting flow of blood to our face. The first step of this massage involves placing the index and middle fingers on your jawbone. The fingertips must be placed near your mouth and tops of fingers should be placed close to the upper part of your ears. Now, make a sweeping movement along your jaw line, beginning from the chin towards the ears. Hold your skin in the joint and count 10. This technique should  [...]


What Are the Health Benefits Offered by Cilantro?
November 29, 2011 – 12:05 am | No Comment
What Are the Health Benefits Offered by Cilantro?
Cilantro, a herb with the scientific name of Coriandrum sativum although known primarily as a culinary herb is also known widely for its medicinal benefits. People living in continents other than the Americas refer to this herb as coriander. The cilantro plant is grown densely in different regions of Southeast Asia, Europe and North Africa. It is mostly used for cooking Texan, Indian, Chinese, Mexican and Mediterranean cuisines. The healing properties of cilantro are regarded highly all over the world; however, the purpose of its use as a medicinal herb tends to vary from one part of the world to the other. In America, people mostly use this herb in form of a tincture. This is because the healing qualities of any herb are preserved most effectively in its tincture. Cilantro is most frequently used for removing toxic metals like mercury from our system. Many of us consume fishes like tuna on a regular basis, which results in increase in concentration of toxic metals in your body. Having  [...]


What Are the Signs of Mucous Colitis?
November 28, 2011 – 1:21 am | No Comment
What Are the Signs of Mucous Colitis?
Mucous colitis is the other name used for referring to the medical disorder called IBS or irritable bowel syndrome. The signs of mucous colitis include the following: Abdominal pain: This is the main indicator of mucous colitis. According to medical experts, a person experiencing all other gastrointestinal symptoms, but without any pain in his abdomen will never be considered to be suffering from mucous colitis. There are also some specific features of mucous colitis related abdominal pain. The pain must begin together with or within a few minutes of appearance of other gastrointestinal signs.  The pain must subside or improve after bowel movement. The pain’s location is however not important; the patient might experience pain anywhere in the abdomen. It may be a left sided or right sided pain, a pain around the patient’s belly button, pain in the surrounding area of pubic bone or a http://www.phpaide.com/forum.php?langue=fr&page=1 general stomach ache. Changed bowel habits: Mucous  [...]


Overview of Emphysema
November 26, 2011 – 11:06 pm | No Comment
Overview of Emphysema
Emphysema is defined as a lung disorder resulting in reduction of the lungs’ ability of expelling air. This function of the lung depends heavily on the elastic qualities or rubber-band like nature of our lungs. A person develops emphysema when the tiny airways or bronchioles of his lungs get damaged. The bronchioles remain joined with the alveoli or the grape-like structures present in the sacs of our lungs. Alveoli are the site of exchange between oxygen taken from air and carbon dioxide emitted from our body. Elastic qualities of our lungs reside within the tissues surrounding the alveoli. Some characteristics of the emphysema include: Due to decrease in elasticity of the lungs, the lungs cannot contract as ably as before Impaired lung contraction stops our alveoli from shrinking completely; this makes exhaling difficult for the patient. As the patient cannot exhale properly, his next breath starts with some air in his lungs. Presence of the old air does not allow the alveoli to take  [...]


Recipe of Coffee Cocoa Face Pack
November 25, 2011 – 12:46 am | No Comment
Recipe of Coffee Cocoa Face Pack
There are many food items that can be extremely effective in treating skin problems. Two such ingredients are cocoa and coffee. The names of these two ingredients itself enough to allure our taste buds, but they also come with some benefits for our skin. Cocoa is filled with beneficial antioxidants whereas coffee acts as a gentle astringent. These properties make the two ingredients extremely suitable for people with normal-oily skin. Apply a pack prepared with these two ingredients onto your skin and see your skin glow like never before. 1) The ingredients that you will need to prepare the coffee cocoa face pack are: 4 to 5 tablespoon organic coffee (choose the whole bean variety), a small bowl, a coffee grinder, 4 tablespoon cocoa butter, a mild cleanser and ½ cup of organic cream. 2) Make sure that the coffee you sue is absolutely fresh; fresh coffee is filled with natural oils and helps in cleaning the skin pores from within. Put the coffee beans into the coffee grinder and prepare  [...]


Causes and Symptoms of Antisocial Personality Disorder
November 24, 2011 – 12:05 am | No Comment
Causes and Symptoms of Antisocial Personality Disorder
Antisocial personality disorder, which is commonly referred to as its short form APD is defined as a chronic mental disorder marked by showcasing of destructive or abnormal behaviors towards others. An individual with APD always aims at manipulating, exploiting and violating right of people around him; they often do so by committing some form of crime. More severe form of APD is termed as: dissocial personality disorders, psychopathy or sociopathic personality disorders. Why does an individual develop APD? The exact causes of this mental health problem are not known as there’s no genetic, laboratory or blood tests that can be used for diagnosis of the condition. Individuals with alcoholic parents, parents suffering from APD, sexually or physically abusive parents or parents not providing steady discipline are susceptible towards developing APD. There are also instances when an undiagnosed neurological disorder has lead to occurrence of antisocial personality disorder. Incidence of APD  [...]


A Brief Overview of Reiki
November 23, 2011 – 1:07 am | No Comment
A Brief Overview of Reiki
Reiki is a Japanese technique used for healing and relaxation. Reiki works by focusing on two systems of our body, the chakras and the meridians. Reiki is used for cleaning the meridians and balancing the chakras. There’s a misconception that Reiki is related to a religious belief; the fact however is, Reiki is absolutely secular in its approach and does not possess any relation with any religious idea. What does the word Reiki mean? It is an amalgamation of two words, Rei and Ki; Rei means divine or miraculous and Ki means vital energy. Together the word means Universal Life Energy. How does Reiki benefit us? Whenever we suffer from a disease, metal or physical, the balance of our body gets disrupted. Reiki restores this balance and helps us to recover from the health disorder. Reiki is effective is relieving anxiety, stress, menstrual problems, digestive disorders, pains and aches and problems related to different organs of our body. By flushing out the toxins from our body Reiki encourages  [...]


Massage Techniques Used for Treating Rotator Cuff Injuries
November 22, 2011 – 10:15 pm | No Comment
Massage Techniques Used for Treating Rotator Cuff Injuries
Rotator cuffs are muscles located in and around our scapula. We need these muscles to rotate and lift the arms; these muscles also play a vital role in stabilizing our shoulders. Pain in the rotator cuffs can be treated most effectively using massage therapy.  Below we have discussed the techniques used while massaging the rotator cuffs: The first technique used for massaging the rotator cuffs is compression. Majority of the massage therapist will begin the rotator cuff massage using simple compressions. These strokes can also be tried at home. Your massage therapist will apply pressure on your affected muscles using his hands’ heels. This process of compression will be repeated for several times. Compression helps in improving blood circulation and loosening up all underlying muscles. Next, the therapist will begin performing a deep massage technique called friction. This technique should not be practiced at home and a certified and trained massage therapist is the best person to  [...]