Home Remedies- Obesity


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Obesity is a condition of the body, wherein there is an increase in the body adipose tissue (fat tissue) mass. The food that we consume on a daily basis provides us with the nutrients required for proper functioning of the body. The calories present in food items are used in the form of energy, by our body, for accomplishing various physical tasks. However, regular binging on high calorie food leads to an accumulation of excess calories in the body, as fat, resulting in obesity. To know more about the causes and symptoms of obesity, read through the following lines.
Causes Of Obesity
  • Genetic factors
  • Physical inactivity
  • Emotional or psychological factors
  • Stress
  • High-fat / high calorie diet
  • Medical problems
  • Quitting smoking
  • Certain medications
  • Wrong combination of food
  • Pregnancy
  • Overeating
  • Family Influence
  • Eating too much sugary foods
  • Slow metabolism
  • Weight cycling, caused by repeated attempts to lose weight by dieting, followed by binge eating
  • Underlying illness, such as hypothyroidism
  • Eating disorders, such as binge eating disorder
  • Insufficient sleep
 Symptoms Of Obesity
  • Breathing disorders, such as sleep apnea and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Certain types of cancers, such as prostate and bowel cancer in men and breast and uterine cancer in women
  • Coronary artery (heart) disease
  • Depression
  • Gallbladder or liver disease
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Joint disease, such as osteoarthritis
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes (type 2)
  • Joint problems, for example arthritis
  • Heart disease
  • Heartburn
  • Snoring
  • Problems with fertility and pregnancy
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Shorter life expectancy
  • Negative self-image
  • Social isolation
  • Discrimination
  • Difficulty in undertaking normal tasks
  • Difficulty in maintaining personal hygiene
 
Obesity is the condition where a person has excessive deposit or storage of fat in his/her body. It can affect a person in any and every age group and is also not restricted by sex. Obesity is found more in people who consume food in large quantities and lead a sedentary live. A serious health hazard, the extra fat puts strain on the heart, kidneys, liver and joints of hips, knees and ankles. The causes of obesity include overeating, low basal metabolism, thyroid or pituitary gland disorders, sedentary lifestyle, genetic factors and hormonal imbalance. While being overweight refers to an increase in overall body weight, including essential body tissues, obesity refers only to excessive fat tissues. However, obesity can be treated effectively at home, resorting to some natural ways. Given below are some effective home remedies for curing the problem of obesity.
Home Remedies for Obesity
  • The easiest and effective remedy to fight obesity would be to have 10 grams of honey, along with a glass of warm water. Consume this in the morning, on an empty stomach. If found effective, the dose can be increased with time. 
  • You can also mix juice of half a lime and one teaspoon of fresh honey in a glass of lukewarm water. Have this early in the morning, followed by every few hours intake. 
  • Consuming 10-12 fully grown curry leaves every morning, for 3 months, is found beneficial in dealing with the problem of obesity. 
  • Have one or two tomatoes, on an empty stomach, every morning. This has been found to be effective in curing obesity. 
  • In a glass of boiling water, add ginger and lemon slices. Steep for sometime and strain the water. Have this decoction when warm. Not only would it treat obesity, it would also control overeating tendency. 
  • In a cup of water, add 3 tsp limejuice, tsp powdered black pepper and 1 tsp honey. Have this concoction regularly, once a day, for 3 months. 
  • Soak a handful of jujube or Indian plum leaves overnight. Strain the water in the morning and consume on an empty stomach. It will prove beneficial in curing obesity. 
  • Include loads of cabbage in your diet. You can have its leaves raw or boiled. You can also make a vegetable out of it or use it in salads. 
  • Take out fresh carrot juice, add a little water and churn it in a blender. Filter the juice and drink it. 
  • Include French beans, jackfruits, grapes, figs, peaches, phalsa and guava in the diet. 
  • Having green tea has been found to be beneficial in treating obesity. You can also consume tea made from dandelion root. 
  • In a cup of lukewarm water, add tbsp honey and tsp holy basil paste. Consume this everyday, for treating obesity. 
  • Horse gram can help cure obesity. Soak 1-2 tbsp horse gram in a glass of water and keep it overnight. Filter the concoction the next morning and have it on an empty stomach. 
  • Make ginger paste and add a small amount to honey to it. Comsume this along with tsp natural guggul. It will prove effective in treating obesity.
  
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Warning: The reader of this article should exercise all precautionary measures while following instructions on the home remedies from this article. Avoid using any of these products if you are allergic to it. The responsibility lies with the reader and not with the site or the writer.This information is solely for informational purposes. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your own doctor.



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EMBROIDERY OF LIFE


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Embroidery of life! & Radhanath Swami
To have faith in God’s goodness in trying circumstances opens the door of unlimited grace – 
There was a little boy, whose mother used to embroider clothes for a living. He once sat at her knee and looked up from the floor and asked her what she was doing. She informed him that she was embroidering. From the underside as he watched her work, he complained that it looked messy. She smiled at him, and said gently to go and play and that when she is done, she will put him on her lap and let him see it from her side. All along, he would wonder why she was using some dark threads along with the bright ones and why they seemed so jumbled from his view. After some time, his mother called him, “Son, come and sit in my lap.” He was surprised and thrilled to see a beautiful flower in the garden. He could not believe it, because from underneath it looked so messy. Then mother said to him, “My son, from underneath it did look messy and jumbled, but you did not realize that there was a pre-drawn design on top. I was only following it and when you look at it from my side, you see the complete picture.”
As he grew up, many times through the years whenever he looked up to his Heavenly Father and said, “Father, what are You doing?” it seemed that the Lord answered, “I am embroidering your life.” He would think, “It looks like a mess to me. It seems so jumbled. The threads seem so dark. Why can’t they all be bright?” The Lord seemed to reply, “My child, you go about your business and one day I will bring you back to me and put you on lap and you will see the plan from My side.”
 The ability to see God’s plan behind everything that happens in our life is very difficult; especially when things don’t work according to our plans. He further reiterates that it requires humility to accept that we are not the doers! Similarly in our lives when we accept difficulties as a situation specially created for us such that one day we can enjoy the embroidery of life, and learn to tolerate, we become enabled to deal with many a trying circumstance and one day when we see the big picture, the entanglements of life appear on the distant other side.

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WATER – GOD’s GIFT


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Heart Attack & Water 
Hari-Om
 
Some interesting facts about water.
Water, in adequate proportions , helps to keep the human body, the heart and kidneys in particular, in good working order.


Something I didn’t know either! I asked my Doctor why do I and other people urinate so much at night time. Answer from my Cardiac Doctor = Gravity holds water in the lower part of your body when you are upright (legs swell). When you lie down and the lower body (legs and etc) seeks level with the kidneys it is then that the kidneys remove the water because it is easier. This then ties in with the last statement!

I knew you need your minimum water to help flush the toxins out of your body, but this was news to me.

Correct time to drink water… Very Important. From A Cardiac Specialist!

Drinking water at a certain time maximizes its effectiveness on the body:

2 glasses of water after waking up – helps activate internal organs

1 glass of water 30 minutes before a meal – helps digestion

1 glass of water before taking a bath – helps lower blood pressure

1 glass of water before going to bed – avoids stroke or heart attack

Please pass this to the people you care about……

I can also add to this… My Physician told me that water at bed time will also help prevent night time leg cramps. Your leg muscles are seeking hydration when they cramp and wake you up with a Charlie Horse.

 


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Home Remedies- Curing disease with Sun Rays


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The Vedas declare, that the colours embeded in the Sun rays cure all diseases.
 
These Seven rays, viz. 1. Red 2. Orange 3. Yellow 4. Green 5. Blue 6. Indigo 7. Violet, are the seven horses of Surya. We also see the same colours in the Rainbow.
 
The system of curing the diseases with the different colours of cosmic rays and its benefits are detailed.
 
This system of “Chromopathy” is the method of systematic application of the Seven colours present in Sun.
 
In this the health advantages and its procedures are stated. By this treatment certain specific diseases and other common ailments are cured.
 
This means that leucoderma, heart diseases when attacked exposure to the red rays of Sun health will be resorted.
 
In this treatment the application of blue colour cures fever, dysentry, diabetics, blood motions. Bronchitis, head ache, urinary disorders, small pox, filarial Elephantasis.
 
In the line of colours the last one orange, the ultra violet ray are hiddenly secure in its rays. When these rays radiate on our body the ‘D’ Vitamin in the middle of the Skin will be produced.
 
This ‘D’ Vitamin manufacture the substances ‘Calcium’ and phosphorous essential for our body. Due to these substances teeth get improved and help the actions of the body perfectly.
 
Due to chromopathy hernia will be cured. The medicine used for cure is kept in coloured bottles and allow the Sun ray pass through there and made a mixture from two to three bottles each time and used each time for three months. Improvement is found. Every disease through the red colour, the yellow the stomach diseases, the green colour heart and all skin diseases are cured. In the Sun’s ray all the colours of red and white are secretly penetrated.
 
In our body we have different colours in different organs separately. The skin has wheatish colour, hair black, eye balls and teeth whitel the other organs too has different colours in the body. The essence of this cosmic colour therapy is that the deficiency of colour and the reduction of them cause ill health.
 
The blue colour gives good health and the red colour enthusiasm and energy.
 
Depending upon the types of disease pure water is filled in the different coloured bottles, and the Sun rays are being attracted through the bottles into the water, and given to the diseased for few days and there by the colours in their body is recouped and health is restored.
 
The oil and water can be prepared from the cosmic rays during the convenient time from (April, May and June) Caitra to Jesta months. During this period the Sun rays are profusely available.
 
Medicated Oil Preparation with Sun Rays
 
To cure the diseases of head, pour gingelly oil, or Badam ol, two inches below the neck of a bottle, tie with the cork or cotton and keep it in Sun shine. When cotton is plugged, every day the cotton has to be replaced. The oil will be ready in Ninety days. After the oil is prepared perfume can be added but not colours.
 
Medicated Water Preparation with Sun Rays
 
Depending upon the type of disease, in different coloured bottles, water has to be filled two inches less to the full capacity of the container, and the same coloured cork has to be fitted to the bottle. The oil or water has to be kept on a wooden plank and not on the ground and expose it in full shine from 10 ‘O’ clock in the morning to 5 ‘O’ clock in the evening. In the mean while no shadow should befall on it. If by any mistake it is allowed to stay after the setting of Sun, and the ray of moon, or Stars falls on them the water will be spoiled. Then the bottles must be emptied. It has to be cleansed, fresh water is filled up and again prepared.
 
When different coloured bottles are kept in the same cabin or when they are exposed to Sun rays simultaneously, a separate coloured papers matching their own colour is daily wrapped and separately kept up with out touching each other and one’s own shade of the bottle will not fall on the other.
 
The water prepared in one bottle can not be kept more than three days. Immediately it has to be transferred to a white bottle. It is useful only for three days and again it has to be prepared separately. The water prepared though the Sun rays in a white bottle is very beneficial. This water can be used two times during a day.
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Earthquake- Italy


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Italy Earthquake
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A magnitude-6.0 earthquake has rocked a swathe of northern Italy, causing considerable damage.

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The quake struck in the early hours of the morning, about 35km (22 miles) north of the city of Bologna.

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Many historic buildings across Emilia Romagna were destroyed.

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The tremor caused thousands of people to flee into the streets. In Finale Emilia, an old clock tower was left standing precariously…

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More than 3,000 residents in Finale Emilia and other towns have been evacuated to shelters.


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One night, at 11:30 PM, an older African American woman was standing on the side of an Alabama highway trying to endure a lashing rain storm. Her car had broken down and she desperately needed a ride. Soaking wet, she decided to flag down the next car.

A young white man stopped to help her – generally unheard of in those conflict-filled 1960s. The man took her to safety, helped her get assistance and put her into a taxi cab. She seemed to be in a big hurry! She wrote down his address, thanked him and drove away.

Seven days went by and a knock came on the man’s door. To his surprise, a giant console color TV was delivered to his home. A special note was attached. It read: “Thank you so much for assisting me on the highway the other night. The rain drenched not only my clothes but my spirits. Then you came along.
Because of you, I was able to make it to my dying husband’s bedside just before he passed away.

God bless you for helping me and unselfishly serving others.”

  • Offer help to anyone who needs it
  • Thank others for helping you.
  • If you help someone. Someone will help you.
  • Treat people the way you want them to treat you
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    tips to handle Rude Person


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    Everyone from time to time has to deal with rude, difficult, and inconsiderate people at parties, at work or school on the street or at the grocery checkout line. Let’s face it, rude people are pretty much everywhere, and they can ruin your day in an instant if you are unprepared with dealing with them. While it may seem difficult, dealing with rude people can be done easily with a little preparation and forethought. Here are the easy ways to deal with rude people in any situation.

    TRY PEACEFUL AND DIRECT
    Look the rude person in the eye and ask nicely for them to stop their rude behavior or insults. Chances are this may not work, but sometimes it can, and it has the added benefit of preventing you from become angered and rude yourself. The assertive communication from your eye contact can stop their difficult behavior.

    DON’T ATTEMPT ONEUPSMANSHIP
    Don’t ever try to “out-rude” a rude person, as it will only escalate the situation, and make you both jerks. Chances are too that you are no match for the rudeness of the person you are trying to out perform here, so never take the bait and do not respond in kind.

    STAY CALM
    The most important thing to do when dealing with a rude person is maintain a sense of calm and peacefulness, and do not let yourself be baited into a confrontation that will escalate the conflict. Maintain a level head, keep cool, and always address the rude person in an even, soothing tone.

    MAINTAIN MATURITY
    Rudeness is often born of a person’s immaturity and inability to process adversity and frustration. By always being the mature one in any interaction with a rude person, you will always have upper hand. Do not succumb to the desire to “sink to their level” and try to address the rude person’s concerns rationally and as maturely as you possibly can manage.

    STEER THE CONVERSATION AWAY FROM CONFLICT
    If the rude person has any kind of problem with something that is currently being discussed, attempt to shift the conversation to a more innocuous and safe topic that won’t provoke them. It helps to have a few such topics at the ready, such as the weather. If they refuse to allow you to do this, and they insist on maintaining their rude behavior, do not hesitate to simply end the interaction as calmly and rationally as possible, and inform them that if they wish to talk with you again in the future, to approach you with a more pleasant demeanor.

    It’s not easy dealing with rude people at work or in your family, but with these five skills you can better handle difficult people.

    Everyone from time to time has to deal with rude, difficult, and inconsiderate people at parties, at work or school on the street or at the grocery checkout line. Let’s face it, rude people are pretty much everywhere, and they can ruin your day in an instant if you are unprepared with dealing with them. Here are the easy ways to deal with rude people in any situation.


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