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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…

15 Foods That Fight Stress

Stress happens. You likely have some stress going on in your life right now. Far too often, stress can lead to health problems, one of which is weight gain. Stress causes your levels of cortisol to rise, and cortisol increases hunger, particularly cravings for starchy or sweet foods. Of course, this leads to a vicious cycle as weight gain causes more stress, leading to overeating and additional weight gain. However, eating certain foods that can stabilize your blood sugar levels and help combat stress-related hormones (cortisol and adrenaline) while increasing feel-good chemicals can help you stay level-headed to handle whatever life throws your way.


Folate-Filled Foods
Foods that are rich in folate help boost your circulating levels of dopamine, a calming, feel-good chemical in your brain. Examples of folate-rich foods include leafy green vegetables (spinach, chard, kale, collards, turnip greens), asparagus, edamame, artichokes, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, beans, lentils, and peas.

Cho…

5 Yoga Poses That Will Slim You Down

Yoga is a known stress buster, but it's also one of the most effective workouts for fighting stubborn fat stores, especially the ones that crop up after age 40. Yes, you can use yoga for weight loss. The reason: Studies show that yoga lowers levels of stress hormones and increases insulin sensitivity—a signal to your body to burn food as fuel rather than store it as fat. The following yoga poses for weight loss will do just that while firming up your arms, legs, butt, and abs. Start now to see weight loss results in as little as 3 weeks.

Workout at a Glance

What you need: A yoga mat or carpeted space How to do it: Follow this routine at least 3 times a week, holding each move 1 time for 3 to 5 deep breaths, unless otherwise noted. Start with the Main Move for each exercise. If it's too difficult, do the Make It Easier variation. If it's not challenging enough, try the Make It Harder option. For faster results, hold each pose for 5 to 8 breaths and increase repetitions (where…

How To Stay Young Forever

Some people believe that aging is inevitable and that to stay young forever is impossible. But, the science of aging is continually advancing and we are gradually learning what can be done to stay young--or at least a little younger--forever.


Step by steps1. Don't smoke. Period. It increases free radicals, which lead to cell death, it wrecks your lungs so you can't exercise and it affects your social life.

2. Eat your essential fatty acids. The American Heart Association recommends you eat fish twice a week to get enough omega-3, omega-6 and DHA into the body. It helps cells be flexible and permeable and has been shown to be an important part of the cells of the nervous system, blood vessels and skin. That means they help with the wrinkles and the brains, isn't that perfect? Oily fish is the best, but not because it's deep fried with chips.

3.Maintain a healthy weight. Overweight is hard on the joints and it's hard on the heart that has to work overtime to carry the e…