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6 Simple And Effective Home Remedies For Water Retention

Water retention or fluid retention, is the accumulation of excess body fluid in certain areas of the body. It is, in the worse cases, quite the unsightly looking condition.

In milder condition, it can cause someone to look obese despite not being overweight. It can also cause pressure fluctuations and in the worst of cases, even a coma.

The clearest symptoms of water retention are easy to notice: swelling of joints, lethargy and a general stiffness in the body.

In the worst of cases, the excess tissue fluid has to be drained out, using minor surgical methods. This would not only be painful but costly too.

Hence, we have brought you six easy-to-do homemade remedies to help ease fluid retention.

1. Parsley
The fresh herb that lights up the Italian food you cook is one of the richest sources of antioxidants. Brewing a weak tea out of it can help you ease out your aching joints and drain the tissue fluid that has accumulated in them.

2. Dandelion
The pretty weed from the Samsung galaxy comme…

The Best Exercise Tips To Reduce Lower Stomach Fat

Losing stomach fat around your lower abdominals can be tricky. According to Deborah Mullen, abdominal exercises won't reduce fat from your belly area. Trained abdominal muscles, can, however, improve your posture, increase your core strength and help you burn more calories when you do cardiovascular exercises. Combining cardio and strength-training exercises will help you shed lower stomach fat quickest when paired with a proper diet.

All About Cardio
Cardio will help you see the results of strength training as it will help you burn fat you may be storing around your midsection. There are two types of cardiovascular exercises, low- and high-intensity. Low-intensity, low-impact cardio workouts typically last 45 minutes to an hour and help you burn fat. This includes exercises such as swimming and walking when completed at brisk, sustainable pace. High-intensity cardio workouts involve interval training, meaning you incorporate short bursts of increased speed or intensity. High-inten…

10 Best Foods To Prevent Acne And Dark Spots

Acne and dark spots can be a source of embarrassment, no matter your age. Aside from genetics, your daily diet is one of the greatest contributors to the condition of your skin. After all, you are what you eat. Prevent acne and dark spots by consuming a healthy diet and avoiding foods that are high in trans-fats and sugars.

Hydration is essential to the health of your skin. Your skin flourishes when most of your hydration comes from water instead of other fluids, such as soft drinks.

Low-fat dairy products
Dietary vitamin A, which is found in low-fat dairy products, is essential in achieving healthy and clear skin. Examples of low-fat dairy products are low-fat yogurt, sour cream, and skim milk.

Green tea
An anti-inflammatory chemical found in green tea, called catechins, helps fight free radicals on your skin cells and clear up your skin.

Olive oil
Monounsaturated fats, such as olive or sesame oil, provide the fatty acids that help construct your cell membranes and nourish your ski…

How To Improve Short Term Memory

Short-term memory is memory that has limited capacity. It holds information until no longer needed or until you replace it or add it to your long-term memory. Short-term memory issues involve problems remembering anything you've heard or read briefly such as names, letters, numbers or list items. Unless you have a severe medical condition that’s preventing you from remembering information, several methods exist to improve your short-term memory.


1. Exercise your mind by playing games that make you think such as chess and other tactical board games or math, word or image puzzles such as Sudoku, math equations, cryptograms and crossword puzzles. Play matching games involving cards or shapes or trivia games. If you like TV game shows, play along with trivia game shows.

2. Associate something you want to remember with a symbol, color, image or familiar location. Or create a joke, rhyme or acronym that helps you remember. For example, the name “ROY G. BIV” is an acronym for the color…