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68 Home Remedies for Wrinkles Around the Eyes

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.

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49 Home Remedies for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

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.

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35 Home Remedies for Abrasions

An abrasion to your skin is a wound only to the skin surface and sometimes below the surface, but it doesn’t affect your bone. Sometimes you may have some skin scraped away and other times the abrasion may be due to an allergic reaction.

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62 Home Remedies for Abdominal Pain

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.

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36 Home Remedies for Ingrown Hair

An ingrown hair can create a raised, red swelling that looks like a little lump. In some cases, the lump could have a discharge within it that becomes evident when ruptured. The area affected may have the following:

Redness
Swelling
Inflammation
Pain
Skin irritation

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27 Home Remedies for Glomerulonephritis

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.

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43 Home Remedies for Food Allergies

When you experience a food allergy, it means your body is overreacting to a certain food. As such, the body’s immune system produces antibodies to battle the allergic reaction. Consequences of these food allergies are more often than not rather delayed and not as serious as they can be.

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47 Home Remedies for the Common Cold

Colds affect a person for 10 days at maximum and a person feels better almost immediately after the bout of cold symptoms has passed. A loss of appetite usually occurs when one is battling with a cold and it is best to avoid eating and not forcing yourself to eat. Colds can easily be overcome with home remedies and sometimes with the help or advice from a few good hands.

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44 Home Remedies for Dark Lips

Common Causes of Dark Lips
Smoking
Frequent sucking on the lips
Beverages containing caffeine
Alcohol
Chlorine water
Excessive sun or hot temperatures
A poor or unhealthy diet
Using cheap makeup
Allergic reactions
Abnormal hormones
Misuse of fluoride
High stress
Lack of vitamins
Chemotherapy
Unbalanced lifestyle habits

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24 Home Remedies for Belching

There are several causes which cause belching such as consuming food rapidly, swallowing deprived of chewing correctly, drinking a lot of carbonated drinks, inactive routine, sleeping immediately after having a meal, and food reactions.
Food intolerance, gallbladder stones, inhalation via the mouth and speaking during eating are also contributory factors. These constitute the recurrent reasons for belching in many circumstances.

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