Blisters are little blemishes or boils caused by heat, excess moisture, or damage skin cells. They most commonly occur on the feet as a result of wearing shoes which pinch, but they can also occur in the mouth when you bit or cut the inside of your cheeks or lips. They can also develop when you eat or drink something that is too hot and damages your skin cells. Thankfully, there are many home remedies for blisters which can help them to heal faster.
Author: Stephanie Mantle
Even those of us who take excellent care of our delicate areas will probably experience some kind of loosening of the vaginal muscles as we age. There could be any number of reasons for this happening including aging, menopause, and childbirth. It’s not, however, caused by regular or too much sex, nor is it caused by the size of your partner’s penis. While the loosening of the vagina is normal, some women do not enjoy it. Because of this, we have provided a list of 20 home remedies to tighten the vagina.
The name, ringworm would make most people think the rash caused by the condition is caused by worms or a parasite. In fact, it’s caused by a fungus called tinea. It lives on dead skin tissue and causes a red, itchy patch of skin which eventually takes the form of several rings – hence the term, ringworm. Ringworm can develop on your skin or nails but is most common on your arms or scalp. Luckily, home remedies for ringworm are easy to use and quick to work!
Warts are often unsightly. They’re stubborn growths that can appear almost anywhere on your skin, although they’re most common on your hands, feet and, in the case of genital warts, around your genitalia. Having warts can often leave you feeling embarrassed and irritated, but they are usually harmless. Luckily, these home remedies for warts can help to cure them.
Whilst an unpleasant experience, morning sickness shouldn’t affect yours or your baby’s health, especially if you make sure you stay hydrated. However, if you do start to notice that your sickness is causing you to lose weight you may want to chat with your doctor.
Normally, the hormone insulin allows sugar in the form of glucose to enter your cells where it can be used for energy. However, in people suffering from type 2 diabetes, the body doesn’t produce enough insulin to carry out this task. As a result, blood glucose levels rise and your cells are deprived of energy. If left untreated, this can lead to problems with your sight, heart, kidneys or nerves.
UTIs are most often caused by bacterial infections. Bacteria gets into the urinary tract and causes a number of issues and symptoms. The bacteria may enter the urinary tract through sexual intercourse or poor hygiene practices.
Age spots can often occur as we age, regardless of our skin tone or ethnic background. They are generally caused by overexposure to the sun which causes the melanin in your skin to become darker. Thankfully, age spots are harmless, benign, and not cancerous, however, they can look like melanomas so it’s always best to get them checked by your doctor in your regular check-up.