Put A Bar Of Soap Under Bed Before You Sleep

Restless leg syndrome (RLS) is very common today, affecting almost 10% of the population. It can be incredible uncomfortable, and cause you to lose a lot of sleep. Basically, RLS is an uncomfortable prickling, itching, or crawling sensation in the legs, resulting in an irresistible urge to move them around to relieve the sensation. If you have it, you know exactly what I’m talking about.

Unfortunately, there is no known definite cure for RLS. However, you’re in luck! Simply putting a bar of soap under your bed is a super inexpensive and easy way to finally cure restless leg syndrome and be able to sleep comfortably again. I know it sounds weird, but it works!

This method has not yet been proven by science to work, but there are a great deal of followers claiming to have used it and finally been cured of the discomfort plaguing their sleep. It is believed to work because TK.

9 Excellent Benefits Of Cumin Water You Never Knew

Cumin seed, or jeera, is a popular cooking ingredient used in India and many parts of Asia. The strong flavor and tepid aroma of cumin, combined with its numerous health benefits, has made it an indispensable spice. Cumin water is used as a natural remedy for a number of health problems, including various skin and hair conditions.

You don’t need to search for a recipe to make cumin water, all you have to do is boil some cumin seeds in water. Here are some of the health benefits of drinking cumin water.

1. Boosts Digestion
Drinking a glass of cumin water every day helps you deal with indigestion. Cumin water not only stimulates the secretion of digestive enzymes but also accelerates the digestion process, thus helping you fight gut issues. It clears toxins from your body and provides relief from stomach-related problems like acidity, abdominal gas, morning sickness, and nausea.

2. Rehydrates The Body
Drinking cumin water every day rehydrates your body and keeps the body temperature cool. By preventing dehydration, it also prevents water retention. And with the high potassium content, which is important for maintaining the electrolyte balance in your body, it keeps your body’s liquids balanced.

3. Strengthens Your Immunity
Cumin is also packed with iron, which is important for optimal functioning of the immune system. Iron is essential for the production of red blood cells. Cumin is also rich in anti-oxidants, which fights against free radicals and lowers risks of infections.

4. Treats Anemia Naturally
Drinking cumin water regularly helps overcome anemia caused due to iron-deficiency. Lack of iron content alters the blood supply to various parts of the body, resulting in fatigue. So, it’s no coincidence that people who drink cumin water regularly, do not suffer from anemia.

5. Regulates Blood Pressure
Potassium-rich cumin water helps regulate the fluid and electrolyte balance in your body, which maintains your blood pressure. Drinking a glass of cumin water on an empty stomach is an effective treatment for those with high blood pressure or heart diseases. Potassium also helps maintain a healthy heart rate and improves heart function.

6. Causes Weight Loss
Cumin water can also help you lose weight by boosting your metabolism. As it is rich in fiber, it suppresses your appetite and prevents you from cravings. It also acts as a powerful detoxifying agent and helps you detoxify toxins that make it difficult for you to lose weight.

7. Regulates The Blood Sugar Level
Cumin water can regulate the blood sugar level in your body and bring it back to normal. It thus works as a natural anti-diabetic treatment option. But cumin water might jeopardize the sugar levels during surgery. So make sure you stop drinking it at least about 2 weeks before surgery.

8. Prevents Cancer
Cumin contains a compound called thymoquinone, which stops the growth of cancerous cells. This effect has specifically been observed in prostate cancer. Drink a glass of cumin water every day and it might just work as a brilliant complementary medicine for cancer.

9. Pampers Your Skin
The antioxidants present in cumin water clears toxins from the body, which can aggravate acne and blemishes. Drinking cumin water facilitates absorption of nutrients and detoxifies your skin. Vitamins E and A in cumin water magnify its anti-aging effects and make your skin smooth and clear.

So, there you are. Cumin water is extremely simple and easy to prepare. It is excellent for promoting digestion and is widely used in numerous Indian cuisines. Try drinking cumin water for a few days and see the dramatic transformation your body goes through.

Amazing Simple Way to Check Your Health in One Minute

As the people who living in the modern society, we don’t have much more time to consider our health untill we are suffering from decease.
Here are simple tips that you can know about your health within a minute.

STEP 01: Pass the spoon over the whole surface of your tounge.

STEP 02: Put the spoon in a clear packet.

STEP 03: Place it under some light.

STEP 04: After one minute check the spoon.

POINT 01: A clean spoon without blotches or an unpleasant smell.

No Problems with your health.

POINT 02: An odor is present.

2.1: It’s putrid and sharp.
Problems with your lungs or stomatch.
2.2: It’s sweet.
You may be diabetic.
2.3: There’s a smell of ammonia.
You have kidney problems.

POINT 03: There are blotches.
3.1: Yellow Blotches

The work of your thyroid is disrupted.

3.2: Purple blotches.

Bronchitis, poor blood circulation, raised cholesterol levels.

3.3: White blotches.

A respiratory infection is present.

3.4: Orrange blotches.

Kidney problems.

What Need For A Healthy, Long Life?

I’m often asked for medical advice by friends, family members, even new acquaintances: What about this diet? What should I do about this symptom? What about this medication?

People are usually disappointed when I don’t share their enthusiasm about the latest health fads. Members of my family, in particular, are often underwhelmed by my medical advice.

I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t always do a great job of conveying why I’m skeptical about the newest medical technology, reports of the latest health news and fashions and even people’s symptoms. Mostly it’s because in my experience, so much about health just isn’t that simple.

Most symptoms, after all, aren’t explainable, at least to the level of detail we all seem to want. “What’s causing my symptoms?” friends, family and patients ask me. Is it a virus? Bacteria? Arterial blockage?

In spite of all the science and technology in medicine, what we doctors do is more about making educated guesses. Especially in primary care, it’s often a matter of playing the probabilities more than providing precise diagnostic information.

But prevention is different. We know a lot about it, based on huge bodies of epidemiological research. Most of prevention is fairly straightforward. You’ve heard the advice again and again. In fact, the repetition may make it easy to tune out.

I’ll risk it, though, and tell you again that there really aren’t shortcuts to health. Here’s what you need to do:

Get enough sleep.
Move your body throughout the day.
Eat well — a healthy assortment of foods. Mostly plants, and not too much. (An idea popularized by author Michael Pollan.)
Interact socially. Isolation is not good for the body, soul or mind.
Take some time to reflect on what you are grateful for.

Recently I’ve come across a couple of sources that do a good job of conveying these messages. One is a set of books and ideas about the world’s so-called Blue Zones. If you haven’t heard about them, Blue Zones are the places in the world where people both have the healthiest and longest lives.

People in these communities often live well beyond 100 years:

Okinawa, Japan
Ikaria, Greece
Sardinia, Italy
Nicoya, Costa Rica
Loma Linda, Calif.

In these places, people have preventive medicine baked into their lives, mostly without even having to think about it. Their daily activities involve eating healthful diets rich in local plants, walking most places, and lots of intergenerational social interaction.

Interestingly, folks in these communities generally do drink alcohol. But they limit it to one or two drinks a day. Also, they typically do eat meat — but not very often and in small portions. (Loma Linda may be a bit of an exception, with its large population of Seventh-day Adventists.)

One thing that probably won’t surprise you: Blue Zoners do not eat refined sugars. They skip the convenient packaged foods that we’re trained to eat because they’re cheap and widely available.

Summarizing these themes visually in under two minutes is another gem from the idea lab of Dr. Mike Evans from Toronto. You’ve seen some of his other videos here. I love them. Just watch the one below, and follow his advice. That’s what I’m trying to do in my own life.

John Henning Schumann is a writer and doctor in Tulsa, Okla. He serves as president of the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa. He also hosts Public Radio Tulsa’s Medical Matters