v Vitamin A supplement restores low vitamin A levels that occur during measles even in healthy/well-nourished children and can help prevent eye damage and blindness.
v Exercise enhances mobility, flexibility and balance in adults. Taking a brisk walk for 20-30 minutes daily might be of help.
v The first sign of measles is usually a high fever, which begins about 10 to 12 days after exposure to virus and last 4-7 days.
v The toxins released by bacterial plagues in periodontitis create pocket of destructive infections in the gums and bones.
v Untreated gingivitis can progress to periodontitis, an inflammatory response in which a film of bacteria (plague) adheres to teeth and releases toxins.
v Rinsing which salt water (i.e. 1 teaspoon of salt in 1 cup of warm water) may help will gum irritation or gingivitis.
v Do you have a problem with dry eyes? Then you probably need to add some seafood to your diet.
v After the acute episode resolves reconditioning exercise to strengthen the low back and abdominal muscle is recommended.
v The treatment of lumber strain consist of resting the back to avoid re-injured, medications to relieve pain and muscle spasm, local heat application.
v Lumber strain is characterized by localized discomfort in the low back area with onset after an event that mechanically stressed the lumbar tissues.
v Reducing bacteria that cause tooth decay via mouth washes contain chlorhexidine gluconate has been shown to reduce tooth decay.
v A healthy diet consists mainly of plant food e.g. fruits, vegetables, cereals and moderate amount of animal foods e.g. diary, fish, lean red meat, poultry.
v Improper brushing of the teeth can cause as much damage to the teeth and gums as not brushing at all.
v Prevent low blood sugar as it stresses you out. Eat regular and small healthy meals and keep fruits and vegetables handy.
v An increased consumption of high calorific foods without an equal increase in physical activity, leads to an unhealthy increase in weight.