Did you know, there are four very common health issues that you can cure at home? Read on to find out what they are… and how!
Itching from eczema
Whether you’re a toddler or an adult, or anything in between, eczema can be really unpleasant. In fact, a severe case can be downright unbearable. There are many medicated creams and lotions on the market, some of which are very effective. But if you need something fast, or don’t want to spend the money, you can cure the issue at home.
Get a flannel, or another piece of material you can use as a compress. Mix warm water and a high-quality salt. It should be a natural one, but use as high a quality one as you can afford or get hold of. The combination of heat, pressure, and salt will eradicate itchiness quickly.
There is good and bad news here, depending on the type of hair loss you experience. That’s right; it’s not all the same. This means that identifying which type of hair loss you are suffering from is crucial in being able to fix it. Take anagen effluvium. While it does develop very rapidly, it can also be cured very quickly. Once you identify what is causing the hair loss and eradicate it, hair will start to grow as normal again. Also at home, you are in control of how you treat your hair. By this we mean treating it gently! Invest in a brush that doesn’t tear or rip you hair. When you wash, handle your locks with care. Avoid heated products or hair dye also.
Oily facial skin can be difficult to deal with on a number of fronts. It can cause blemishes and blocked pores. If you put on makeup, it can quickly slide off your face. In both men and women, it is a source of both inconvenience and even low self-confidence. You can fix yours up at home with an all-natural ingredients mask. Applied once a week, this can slough off the bad bits and clear out your pores. If the skin on your body is also oily, use lemon juice. You can apply it directly onto oil parts of your body, or put the juice of half a lemon into a warm bath. It’s like a detox for skin!
Low energy might be the result of an underlying illness or health issue that has not yet been diagnosed. However, it could also be a result of something you can take care of yourself. If you’re not getting between six and eight hours a night, you may just need to sleep more! If you need help getting to sleep at night- and staying asleep- follow these rules. Eat earlier in the evening, not huge amounts. Cut out caffeine as early in the day as possible. Spritz your pillow with relaxing lavender, and sleep in a cool and dark room.