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    Nature’s lesser-known sore throat home remedies

    Sinus sufferers, have you ever wondered why mornings are particularly difficult for you? You find yourself noisily clearing your throat or cough repeatedly to relieve the thick lump of phlegm but do not seem to be able to “flush” it away. During the night, sinus sufferers usually breathe through their mouths and do not swallow or clear the mucus from their nose, thus accumulating the mucus drainage in the back of the throat and nose. This causes the irritating feeling of a lump in your throat which you will incessantly try to clear by coughing hard and loud and might sore your throat in the process.

    Having a sore throat can be painful and uncomfortable. At the onset of a sore throat, drink plenty of fluids and gargle with hydrogen peroxide and water as this can stop it in its track. However, you can try these nature’s lesser-known sore throat home remedies which are simple and easy to prepare.

    Cayenne pepper

    It is used as an herbal supplement as it is high in Vitamin A, B6, E, C, riboflavin, potassium and manganese.

    Mix 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper with 1 cup of boiling water. Drink this 3 times daily to stop sore throats and it is also very beneficial for colds. This beverage generates a feeling of warmth and improves the circulation. This remedy really works as the length of the illness is very much reduced.


    Hippocrates made a special study of honey and used it in most of his natural treatments. He recommended it to his patients and took it every day of his life. Honey heats the body, cleanses sores and ulcers, relieves difficult breathing and acts as an expectorant which loosens phlegm.

    This is one of the sore throat home remedies you can use at the first hint of a sore throat. Mix 2 tablespoons of honey, ½ teaspoon of cayenne pepper, 4 tablespoons apple cider vinegar and 1 tablespoon of lemon juice to 1 cup of warm water. Stir well and use the mixture as a gargle.

    Cider Vinegar

    Complaints know to react favorably to cider vinegar are migraine, runny noses, catarrh and sore throat.

    Mix 2 cups vinegar with I cup of honey and drink this mixture 3 times daily or use 2 teaspoonfuls to a tumbler of water with meals three times daily and on rising first thing in the morning.

    Cider vinegar is rich in potassium and very essential to soft body tissues as deficiency of this mineral can cause cells to shrink in size and lose their fluid and makes our nerves “all on edge” and we become over-excitable. Because of this health benefit, other than using cider vinegar as one of the sore throat home remedies, you can use it as a relaxant. When you are feeling irritable and fatigued due to your persistent sinus problems, prepare yourself an instant reviver by dissolving one calcium tablet in two teaspoonfuls of cider vinegar, add one teaspoonful of honey and stir together in water or juice.

    These sore throat home remedies are not meant to take the place of your doctor but knowing how to use them is a preventive way of living.

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    Coping With Sinus Trouble

    DO YOU have headaches on cloudy days? Do you have trouble with nasal catarrh or a “runny nose”? Are you likely to blame these conditions on your sinuses? If so, you may be right, but, then again, you may be mistaken.

    In fact, Dr. A. P. Seltzer, an authority on sinus conditions, found that, of a thousand persons who felt they had trouble with their sinuses, only 12 percent actually did. But whether you have trouble with your sinuses or not, information about them should prove of interest and may even be of help to you.

    Just what are the sinuses? A sinus is simply “a recess, cavity or hollow space.” There are many sinuses in our bodies, but the most notable of these are the four pairs of sinuses situated close to or connected with the nasal cavity. These are known as the “paranasal” sinuses, and it is only these that are being considered here.

    Their Location

    The largest of these sinuses are two pyramid-shaped ones, located on each side of the nose, in the upper jawbone. These sinuses reach from just above the roots of the upper teeth to the eye sockets. In the average adult they involve a little more than a cubic inch of space.

    Smaller in size are the frontal sinuses, which are located in the forehead above the eyes. Behind these frontal sinuses, but on a lower level, are a pair of sinuses situated in the ethmoid or ‘sievelike’ bone. Each of these sinuses actually consists of a labyrinth of cells, from as few as three to as many as eighteen. Another pair of sinuses are located behind the ethmoid sinuses and on a still lower level, in fact, near the base of the skull.

    Regarding these sinuses we are told that there is no such thing as uniformity in their size, shape and number. Except, perhaps, that usually they occupy the same amount of space whether they consist of many cells or compartments or only a few.

    Purpose Served

    What is the purpose served by all these hollows, cavities, recesses or sinuses? While there are some who doubt that they serve any purpose, even as many long held that the thymus gland served no purpose, it does seem reasonable to those who believe in a Creator that they have a reason for existence as does every other part of the human body.

    For one thing, they lighten the weight of our skulls. Further, our sinuses without a doubt improve the resonance of our voices, as they allow the bones of the skull to vibrate more readily. Our sinuses most likely help to moisten the air we breathe as well as to warm it, for good ventilation is needed in our sinuses if we would enjoy good health. And not a few hold that our sinuses help the body to get rid of waste matter, such as phlegm or mucus.

    Why Sinus Trouble?

    Sinusitis has no typical symptoms peculiar to it, so it is not always easy to tell whether one has sinusitis or not. Why this is so is clear when we note that generally sinusitis is secondary to some other condition, most usually the common cold or infection of the upper nasal passages. Thus headaches, fever, dizziness, loss of appetite or one’s sense of smell, and so forth, may or may not indicate sinusitis.

    Why do our sinuses, or more strictly speaking, the membranes of our sinuses, give us trouble at times? Because of excessive discharges from them or because of the closing of their ducts leading to the nose or throat due to their being inflamed. Among the more immediate causes are growths or polyps that close the ducts leading from the sinuses or, more often, inflammation of the nose, which may spread to the mucous membranes of the sinuses.

    A tendency to inflammation of the membranes may be inherited. Then again, unfavorable prenatal conditions may have given us a bad start, as may lack of proper food or lack of loving parental care in early childhood. Lack of control of the emotions may be an inducing cause, even as excessive worrying, tensions and frictions with those with whom we live or work can be. Sinusitis may also be triggered by extremes of humidity or temperature to which one is not accustomed.

    One’s sinus trouble may be due to a generally debilitated condition caused by a serious illness or due to overindulgence in enervating pleasures. It may be caused by allergies, infections and improper eating habits, lack of exercise and not getting enough rest and sleep. All such things can cause acute sinusitis, which, if unchecked or not cured, can result in the more stubborn but less pronounced chronic sinusitis.

    What Can Be Done About It?

    As with other health problems, prevention comes first. Well has it been observed, “It is the ounce of prevention that is the most significant factor in health.”

    Get sufficient rest and sleep as well as plenty of fresh air. Eat wholesome food, and do not overload your system. It is well to adopt some regimen of exercise, especially if yours is a sedentary occupation, so that you can enjoy a feeling of well-being. Sinus sufferers often are very suggestible, so they may need to put forth a special effort to develop wholesome mental and emotional habits.

    Guard against having rooms too warm and dry—better comfortably cool than luxuriously warm. Eliminate tobacco if you are a smoker and cut down on alcoholic beverages if you are very fond of them.

    Among remedies recommended are taking in sufficient liquids such as water or fruit juices—not beer and coffee! Hot compresses, hot steam or sauna baths and the use of the enema to help the body clean out waste matter are recommended by some authorities. Especially is cutting down on rich and highly refined foods urged by those who view sinus trouble as an effort on the part of the body to throw off waste matter.

    One nature doctor recommends the onion poultice. (Chop onions fine, place between two pieces of gauze and bind around the neck when going to bed.) Others advocate inhaling hot water vapor.

    The medical practitioner may well recommend some of the foregoing as well as prescribe decongestants and antihistamines. Decongestants reduce the swelling of the membranes, but if given as drops or sprays, they should not be administered more than ten days in a row. Especially is caution indicated in their use in patients with high blood pressure. In more severe cases a doctor may prescribe antibiotics and aspirin or something stronger to relieve the pain. In chronic cases some may advise an operation, but more so in times past than now.

    The chiropractor, on the other hand, proceeds on the premise that sinusitis is a case of hypersensitivity, especially involving the sympathetic nervous system. He treats sinusitis both locally, by manipulating the vertebrae, where lie the nerves leading to the head, and systemically, by seeking to improve the general health of the patient as a whole. More and more chiropractors apply pressure to the sinuses and concern themselves with nutrition when treating sinusitis.

    There are other approaches too. But after all is said and done it cannot be stressed too strongly that moderation and self-control are basic. He who gives thought to sound nutrition, adequate exercise, sufficient rest and sleep and proper mental and emotional habits is practicing preventive medicine as regards his sinuses.

    Most persons appear to be more neglectful of their bodies than they are of their automobiles. Yet the laws of cause and effect work as inexorably in the case of one as in the case of the other, and of how infinitely much more value are their bodies than their autos! This principle applies not only to sinusitis but to every other ill that afflicts the human race. Not without good reason has an authority on sinusitis noted: “First in importance here as elsewhere is the general health of the person, since the normal activity of all mucous tissues depends largely upon the well-being of the body as a whole.”

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    Mysterious Instant Stomach Troubles

    Going to be as brief as possible: 21, male, healthy. Large build 230, 6′2. Drank wine a bit consistently for 5-6 months, no problems. Drank other hard liquor in the past, no problems. Tried Gin on June 6th, half a bottle (Seagram’s Extra Dry mixed with lemon juice and ginger ale..I don’t usually mix, was doing so for fun). Immediately noticed I had to keep taking deep breaths/out of breath sensation, stopped. Not sure if the Japanese food (sushi etc.) could’ve had an impact. Drank Jack Daniels and rot gut vodka before, so it was not a matter of tolerance or alcohol exposure.

    Next day woke up to a feeling below the throat, felt like a constant need to cough. Went to the doctor…EKG, Chest X-Ray, Barium Swallow, Spirometer/Flow Meter (lung test), Gallbladder Liver scan, all negative. Endoscopy showed a very very small 3-4 cm sliding hiatal hernia, deemed asymptomatic (does not produce symptoms) as it was so small it didn’t even show on the Barium Swallow X-ray. Endoscopy showed no irritation, irregularities or inflammation. Allergy tests showed nothing, Clarinex did nothing.

    Symptoms are: Constant cough/irritation between collar bones, murky/powdery stools (as if you were to flush powder from the bottom of the toilet bowl and it billows up), sinus congestion, excessive burping, extreme fatigue, minor heart palpitations, yellow/white coated tongue, hurts to take a deep breath. Spaced out/tired after eating, worse than the “after turkey meal feeling”. Excessive salivation/sweet tasting salivation. Hear an intermittent sound like gas escaping through my esophagus to my neck when I lie down. No heartburn whatsoever. Odd sour taste at back of mouth.

    No history of any problems, no history of hypochondria, not psychological (Ativan and other sedatives did nothing). Antibiotics did nothing.

    A homeopath suggested Nux Vomica, did nothing but calm me mentally.

    Acid reflux/GERD was suggested, took Prilosec, Zantac, Pepcid AC, no effect. Moved to PPI’s (strongest stuff they got), Protonix/Aciphex/Zegerid, did nothing.

    It has been 2 months, the symptoms persist despite diet changes. Suggestions regarding a decrease in weight were made. Factors of environment include mold under my water bed that has grown over the years due to frequent popping of the tubes. A plan to replace the bed is underway. It has been suggested that the mold is causing this, or perhaps a Candida Albicans yeast overgrowth, however, the reaction to the Gin was sudden, instant, and very acute. I felt no symptoms whatsoever prior to consumption.

    5 doctors, a gastroenterologist, a pulmonary specialist, 10 health coach’s/nurses from the insurance company, a renowned medical researcher, and a famous health expert who exposed a pharmaceutical scam had no clue whatsoever, and were completely baffled.

    I have gotten some guidance from a Chinese medicine woman/acupuncturist and am undergoing treatment through TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine).

    Nevertheless, I am asking for your opinions. Do not tell me I have “GERD” or “acid reflux disease”, those ailments are not diseases, and my symptoms/tests defy such a diagnosis. I am more knowledgeable about Acid Reflux/GERD than most doctors at this point, and I know I don’t have it. I know every test used to detect it, and every “health tip” recommended for it, so don’t waste my time or yours by spamming it.

    I am looking for alternative causes.

    Thank you
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    Produce a Masterpiece of Literature

    What is writer’s block?

    Well, I just can’t think of a single darn thing to say. Oh well, I’m out of here!

    Sound familiar? No! Oh, get real! We’ve all experienced this phenomenon when we absolutely have to write something, particularly on deadline. I’m talking about. . . . .uh, I can’t think of what the word is . . . oh, yes, it’s on the tip of my tongue . . . it’s:


    Whew! I feel better just getting that out of my head and onto the page!

    Writer’s block is the patron demon of the blank page. You may think you know EXACTLY what you’re going to write, but as soon as that evil white screen appears before you, your mind suddenly goes completely blank. I’m not talking about Zen meditation stare-at-the-wall-until-enlightenment-hits kind of blank.

    I’m talking about sweat trickling down the back of your neck, anguish and panic and suffering kind of blank. The tighter the deadline, the worse the anguish of writer’s block gets.

    Having said that let me say it again. “The tighter the deadline, the worse the anguish of writer’s block gets.” Now, can you figure out what might possibly be causing this horrible plunge into speechlessness?

    The answer is obvious: FEAR! You are terrified of that blank page. You are terrified you have absolutely nothing of value to say. You are afraid of the fear of writer’s block itself!

    It doesn’t necessarily matter if you’ve done a decade of research and all you have to do is string sentences you can repeat in your sleep together into coherent paragraphs. Writer’s block can strike anyone at any time. Based in fear, it raises our doubts about our own self-worth, but it’s sneaky. It’s writer’s block, after all, so it doesn’t just come and let you know that. No, it makes you feel like an idiot who just had your frontal lobes removed through your sinuses. If you dared to put forth words into the greater world, they would surely come out as gibberish!

    Let’s try and be rational with this irrational demon. Let’s make a list of what might possibly be beneath this terrible and terrifying condition.

    1. Perfectionism. You must absolutely produce a masterpiece of literature straight off in the first draft. Otherwise, you qualify as a complete failure.

    2. Editing instead of composing. There’s your monkey-mind sitting on your shoulder, yelling as soon as you type “I was born?” no, not that, that’s wrong! That’s stupid! Correct?

    3. Self-consciousness. How can you think, let alone write, when all you can manage to do is pry the fingers of writer’s block away from your throat enough so you can gasp in a few shallow breaths? You’re not focusing on what you’re trying to write, your focusing on those gnarly fingers around your windpipe.

    4. Can’t get started. It’s always the first sentence that’s the hardest. As writers, we all know how EXTREMELY important the first sentence is. It must be brilliant! It must be unique! It must hook your reader’s from the start! There’s no way we can get into writing the piece until we get past this

    impossible first sentence.

    5. Shattered concentration. You’re cat is sick. You suspect your mate is cheating on you. Your electricity might be turned off any second. You have a crush on the local UPS deliveryman. You have a dinner party planned for your in-laws. You . . . Need I say more. How can you possibly concentrate with all this mental clutter?

    6. Procrastination. It’s your favorite hobby. It’s your soul mate. It s the reason you’ve knitted 60 argyle sweaters or made 300 bookcases in your garage workshop. It’s the reason you never run out of Brie.

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    Knowing Sinusitis And How To Deal With It

    Sinusitis to our knowledge is very common for most people. Even though being such a common problem it tends to cause too much trouble. There are three types of sinusitis which affects our life Acute, Subacute and Chronic. Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinus membrane which can either be infectious or non-infectious.

    Sinusitis means that sinuses get affected due to infection of sinuses. This inflammation affects the sinuses which block the air passage causing pain around your eyes and forehead. The reasons can also be viral, bacterial, fungal as well as allergic reactions.

    As there is a direct connection between the nose and the sinus, it gives out signs in the form of stuffy nose and constant watering from the nose. This case of stuffy nose and pain in your forehead can get serious very easily and can complicate matters for you. Such kind of sinus infections causes breakdown in the functioning of your bodily functions.

    Sinuses help in providing proper insulation of the skull which reduces its weight, letting the voice to resonate within it. To disallow any foreign bacteria sinuses has a able defense mechanism. When this mechanism fails bacteria present in nasal passage enters the sinuses causing sinus infection.

    Some of the common sinuses which are affected by infection are

    - Frontal Sinuses (pain in the forehead)

    - Maxillary Sinuses (pain behind the cheek bones)

    - Ethmoid Sinuses (pain between the eyes)

    - Sphenoid Sinuses (pain behind the eyes)

    Some of the common reasons which can increase your chances of sinusitis

    - Smoking

    - Swimming

    - Diving

    - Alcohol

    - Pets

    Some precautions to be taken

    - While blowing your nose, do it gently

    - Stay away from people who are already suffering from cold or other allergies

    - When suffering from cold it becomes essential to have a good night’s sleep

    - Keep removing the yellow mucus because, the more it stays in your body the more it causes problem

    Some remedies when under a sinus attack

    - Drink hot tea or soup to open the nasal passage

    - Take hot compresses for your sinus area

    - Good amount of rest and relaxation is very necessary

    - Take hot showers

    - Minimize consumption of dairy products

    - Maintain a good hygiene which would avoid any formation of bacteria or fungal infection

    - Be away from extreme temperatures

    - Avoid polluted areas and keep your home moist by the use of humidifiers

    - Check up with your doctor and get treated for the cold

    - Paste of dry ginger with little water or milk when applied on the forehead may provide relief

    - Make a paste of 10-15 Basil leaves with 4 cloves and 1 tsp dried ginger. Apply this paste on the forehead for relief

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