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Tips for a fresh breath

Here are some natural tips that will help get rid of halitosis: Drink plenty of water throughout the day to maintain the freshness and cleanliness. Fresh lemon juice, and water helps to detoxify the body. Brush your teeth after every meal or, if this is not possible, twice daily, morning and evening. Between meals, rinse your mouth with fresh water. Toothbrush should be changed monthly. Market offers lots of varieties of toothpaste and oral care products. Choose a type that you particularly like. Reduce... 

Exercise Terms You Should Know

Aerobic Exercise: An exercise that uses oxygen for energy production. It is more efficient and generates fewer waste products as compared to the anaerobic exercise. When we use the term aerobic exercise, we usually mean — sustained or continuous exercise of major muscles of the body. Anaerobic Exercise: When we begin to exercise, initial energy is provided by the blood, which is present in the muscles. As this blood is not rich in oxygen, the energy production is not efficient and plenty of waste... 

All about Hepatitis B

Every year on May 19, we mark World Hepatitis Day, a day when it is necessary to remember the struggle that goes with this disease worldwide. Hepatitis B is the most common and serious form of liver infection worldwide. Hepatitis B virus can be transmitted directly through contact with infected blood through unprotected sex or intravenous injection of drugs with unsterilized needles. Hepatitis B is 100 times more infectious than human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Hepatitis B virus (HBV) is a serious... 

Do you feel your mouth dry?

Saliva plays a role in lubricating the mouth area and helps in swallowing and tasting food. Saliva cleans food and plaque from tooth surfaces and neutralizing acids. When saliva decreases and the level of dry mouth increases your risk for tooth decay. People who have this dry mouth are more prone to disease in the oral tissue. In addition, diet may be affected because they no longer feel the taste of food as before. Why dry mouth sensation appears? – As a side effect of a particular drug. Dry... 

How to avoid hypoglycemia

Most hypoglycemia is mild with recognizable symptoms. It is not a cause for alarm as it can be easily managed. However, hypoglycemia that causes mental confusion, unconsciousness or seizures is serious. The biggest danger is accident. Motor vehicle or other types of accidents such as falling down the stairs can occur. Repeated severe hypoglycemic attacks can also cause brain damage. Treating Low Blood Sugar: