Most of the home remedies in this article are either dietary or involve using a paste or moisturizer near your eyes. While all of the paste/moisturizer home remedies in this article are safe to use on your face, try not to get the ingredients in your eyes, as this may make them burn or otherwise feel uncomfortable.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) might not be evidently different from stomach upset as far as many people are concerned. It is, however, one of the more painful gastrointestinal conditions known to man.
It is not easily narrowed to a singular cause, as the symptoms are in tandem with known stomach ailments. IBS can occur with constipation or with diarrhea. The occurrence of IBS with other ailments gives it the coloration of an indistinct ailment.
Joint pains result because of aging, physical exertion, and a range of contributing physiological conditions. In women, the menstrual cycle can cause excruciating menstrual pains, which might extend to the joints.
Aging leads to loss of muscles, which invariably compounds the pressure on the surviving muscle mass. In older people, joint pains can lead to poor mobility.
What is abdominal pain? It occurs in the area from your chest to your pelvic area. The main causes of abdominal pain are cramps, infections, abnormal growths, inflammation, and obstructions such as blockages of the intestines. It can also cause digestion problems, diarrhea and/or constipation. Some additional causes of abdominal pain are viral, bacterial, or parasitic infections that can causes problems with the stomach and the intestines.
Acute glomerulonephritis is an active inflammation of the glomeruli. Human beings have about one million microscopic alternating “screens” known as glomeruli. Their function is to selectively remove uremic waste products from the kidneys.
The inflammatory process commonly starts with an infection or injury – such as a burn or trauma. The protective immune system fights off the function, scar tissue forms and the process gets completed.