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|March 1, 2014 10:56 PM EST||
OSLO, Norway, March 1, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Doctors and health practitioners have recommended a number of simple homemade solutions for periodic health issues that a lot of people face at home. The experts note that some illnesses such as headaches and stomachaches do not need comprehensive medical attention unless in the event they have persisted after proper use of the available remedies. Recommended solutions for headaches include among others taking an over the counter pain reliever. Doctors also advice patients with biting headaches to drink a lot of water considering that sometimes dehydration can lead to headaches. The solutions highlighted in this regard are practical and very simple. Doctors also note that relaxing in tranquility can help ease the pain.
Headaches are probably the most common simple illnesses that can put anyone down. The need for faster, simple and homemade solutions to deal with such issues has been well documented and as it seems, doctors are talking a lead role in providing the necessary info about simple homemade remedies. Massaging the scalp, earlobes and neck has also been fronted by medical practitioners as a very good way of dealing with headaches. As for stomachaches, the solutions are much easier. Doctors say that stomachaches can be caused by a number of things. Dealing with the discomfort of stomachaches however is easy.
The most important thing to do when suffering from stomachaches is to drink a lot of clear fluids. Medical practitioners observe that a hydrated body heals faster and therefore water is essential in dealing with stomachaches. Apple-cider vinegar is also a practical solution that doctors say absorbs unwanted substances in the stomach. Two to three table spoonfuls of Apple-cider vinegar mixed with a glass of warm water should be enough.
A lot of people acknowledge that eating with a stomachache is impossible. Despite this, doctors say that in order to recover the body must take in something. The noble thing to do in this regard is to go for easily digestible foods. In addition to this, patients should avoid dairy products since they contain natural bacteria which can make things worse. High sugar and greasy foods are also not advised. Stomachaches are not normally considered serious ailments but an hour of pain can seem as a whole year. Resting enough would be an ideal way to make the hours seem shorter and speed up the recovery process.
Medical practitioners have also time and again noted that a soar throat can be treated easily with simple homemade solutions. Cinnamon milk has been one of the traditional soar through remedies and even though it may not work the same way in different people, it is worth the try. Doctors advise patients suffering from sore throats to also drink a lot of fluids. Getting plenty of rest is also a good way of relieving the inflammation. Headaches, stomachaches and sore throats are very common and when they come at full force they can really cause a lot of anguish and discomfort. However, the practical homemade solutions recommended by medical practitioners are just perfect to help patients recover faster.
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