Massage

Treat Hemorrhoids With a Digestive Cleansing

…bacteria in your digestive tract and keep everything moving along smoothly. Drink plenty of water to keep things lubricated and get some exercise to massage the bowel internally, and you have the complete hemorrhoid prevention program. You May Also Be Interested In: * Five tips for correcting hemorrhoids…

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Massage Away Diabetic Lesions

…and carefully massages the red center of the ulceration in a circular manner once a day. To block the pain of the massage, use a mixture of 2% lidocaine and an anti-bacterial ointment. This gentle method of massage increases circulation to the infected area. After a few days, massage the area more firmly…

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Oil Pulling: A Natural Way to Promote Oral Health

…even a couple of times a week should suffice. Sesame oil is most highly recommended for oil pulling. It is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine for massage, topical applications, etc. Typically, you would take one tablespoon (or one teaspoon for children) in the mouth, then sip, suck, and pull the oil…

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How to Prevent and Treat the Dreaded Traveler's Diarrhea

…the faster you’ll recover. Avoid mango, chilies, and any greasy foods. Eat lots of bananas and papayas. As with all diarrhea problems, be sure to massage the reflex points for the ileocecal valve. A few of these remedies native to Mexico may suffice if you are stuck in primitive surroundings: * Drink…

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Feeling Nauseous? Press Here

…Pepto or Dramamine, reach for your wrist. The acupressure point two finger-widths below your wrist, on the thumb side, is the key to nausea relief. Massaging the point known as P6 or Nei Kuan with steady pressure in three to five minute intervals for as long as necessary should ease that sick-to-your-stomach…

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