Friday, 8 January 2016

Homeremedies for eye care

Eye is most important thing from overall body part. Without eyes all of our life is darkness. The eyes are wonderful sense organs. They help us to learn about the world. Eyes see all of things big or small, near or far, smooth or textured and colors. When we look at an image the eyes focus on it and the light rays enter the eyes through the iris. This is then focused on the cornea or lens of the eye. Then the image is transmitted into brain, which tells us what we are seeing. All this activity needs the coordination of both the structures of the eyes and their muscles.

     1.      If you work with hazardous materials on the job or at home wear safety glasses or protective goggles every time. Safety glasses may have prescription lenses or non-prescription lenses.

2. Dip a cotton pad in a cup of water overnight. Strain this in the morning and add 1 cup of plain water to this. Splash the eyes with this water or wash them with the help of an eyecup.

      3.    Apply a thin coat of castor oil on the eyelashes and eyebrows every night. It strengthens eye lashes and cools the eyes.

4. Regularly apply oil mixed in glycerin to your eye lashes and eye brows to keep them dense and dark.

5. Take a vitamin diet to make eyes brighter such as papaya, eggs, fish, milk etc. Wash eyes with cold water to get sparkling eyes. 

      6.   Almonds, raisins and figs contain the high amount of fiber and vitamins in these fruits helps speed up the digestive processes and helping in resolving eye related problems. Soak six to ten almonds, fifteen raisins and two anjeers overnight in some water. Eat them on an empty stomach in the morning. 

7. To reduce puffiness of your eyes, Crush a cucumber and take the juice. Add a little rose water and apply around the eyes and wash it after 20 minutes.

      8.    Position your computer so that your eyes are level with the top of the monitor. This allows you to look slightly down at the screen. Every 20 minutes, rest your eyes by looking 20 feet away for 20 seconds. At least every 2 hours, get up and take a 15-minute break.
9. Green, leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, and collards, Salmon, tuna, and other oily fish, Eggs, nuts, beans, and other non-meat protein sources, Oranges and other citrus fruits or juices are help to reduce diabetes.
10. Always use sunglasses during the peak day time to protect your eyes from sunrays. Direct sunrays cause heavy damage to eyes.
11. Take a potato with its peel and apply on your closed eyelids for about 20 minutes and relax completely.

    12.  Apply cotton balls soaked in rose water on closed eyes for 15 minutes. This method is one of the most popular and easiest cures for dark circles.

13. Cucumbers work for tired eyes. Place two slices of cucumber over your eyes and rest for a while. It also helps to lighten dark circles.

14. Apply cooled tea bags over closed eyes. Do not uses herbal tea bags because most as effective as the black tea bags.

      15. Eye exams are not just for people experiencing changes in their visual acuity. An eye exam is an essential way to detect even the slightest changes to your eye health and it can also detect other systemic health issues such as glaucoma and diabetes before there are any symptoms.  

Tuesday, 5 January 2016

10 Homeremedies to improve immunity system

 1.     Leafy greens such as Swiss chard, kale, mustard greens and spinach, when they cooked and spiced with the immunity spice mix are great immunity booster because they provide iron, calcium and other nutrients while simultaneously cleansing the bowel. 

   2.  Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, Bok Choy and arugula are to be the members of cruciferous vegetables. These vegetables are rich in vitamins A, C and E which contain disease fighting photochemical.

  3.    Exercise routine can help you be healthier overall. That increased health both boosts your natural immunities and can help you get over illness more quickly. Due to exercise daily, body makes flexible and live healthy.

  4.  Eggs a source of protein and iron, they also contain vitamin A fat-soluble vitamin which is important for the immune system. Vitamin A, vitamins B12 are all key to keeping the immune system healthy. 

  5.  Meat is a good source of protein and provides amino acids which help you to maintain a healthy body. Red meat also contains iron and zinc which contributes to the growth of immune system. Red meat can be also an important source of vitamins, and minerals. 

   6.      Ghee is the most easily digested fat, contains essential fatty acids and It is a great immunity booster. Both milk and ghee should be organic and milk should be boiled with a pinch of cardamom before it is drunk in order to make it easier to digest. Milk also contains calcium.

  7.      Stress can be another immune system’s worst enemies.  The body will develop symptoms of wear and tear, especially on the organs involved. Hypertension, heart disease, kidney disease, gastrointestinal disorders, ulcers, headaches, insomnia, depression and anxiety can develop. 

  8.   Oats and other whole grain cereals like wheat, rye, barley and brown rice provide important B vitamins such as vitamin B6, pantothenoic acid and folic acid. These vitamins support the immune system.  These getting fiber, a healthy plant-based protein, vitamins, minerals and a variety of photochemical that will improve your immunity.

  9.     Seeds contain good amount of zinc. These seeds contain lots of minerals and vitamins which are required to our body. These seeds can be eaten raw and can be cooked or baked. You can sprinkle these seeds on your salads. 

  10.      Green tea is very useful and healthy for our body. Green tea is rich in rich in poly-phenols and other antioxidants. Tulsi is one of the best herbal tea loaded with antioxidants. These will increase our immunity. Due to the green tea, Makes mind and body fresh.