A busy lifestyle makes us not to properly take care of our hairs. This result into scalp problems like dandruff and scalp infections. Vibrant hair requires healthy scalp and tea tree oil helps a lot to have one.
In the above infographic, DIY REMEDIES is showing how you can use tea tree oil for cure scalp problems. Tea tree oil is an essential oil that has been obtained by steam distillation of the leaves of the melaleuca alternifolia.
There are many skin benefits of tea tree oil, but few are aware of the wonders it can do. It’s well-known for treating everything from athlete’s foot and acne to sinusitis, and a host of bacterial infections.
Busy work schedules and increasing cost of medical facilities are putting regular health checkups in the rear. It is very necessary that you get your regular medical checkups done for healthy life. We cannot ignore the fact that prevention is absolutely far more powerful than curing and getting regular health checkups may identify areas of weakness to spot any health issues early on. By choosing appropriate health services, tests and screening that should be done for your age, you advance towards a longer, healthier life.
Know the medical checkup for your age in this infographic by VolitierCreative and schedule an appointment with the doctor if you haven’t had one!
They can help discover problems early, when chances for treatment and cure are better. Not just the checkups, you need to workout to stay fit and healthy with the right diet.
It’s high time for you to take charge of your health!
Toenail fungus is also known as onychomycosi and is common in athletes. The good news is that toenail fungus is curable and can be treated naturally at home. Just go through the slide show and know about the simple home remedies to treat toenail fungus at home.
How To Recognize And Deal With Toenail Fungus Symptoms!
Not treating toenail fungus on time can lead to splitting, cracking or complete loss of the toenail. So we suggest you to try some of these natural cures for toenail fungus and share results!
Boils are bacterial infection with larger pustules on athlete’s skin that starts in a hair follicle or oil gland. At first, the skin turns red in the area of the infection, and painful lump develops. After four to seven days, the lump starts turning white as pus collects under the skin. If the boils spreads to the deeper tissues of the skin, then it becomes an abscess or furuncle. In athletes, they are generally found in the hairy areas of the armpits, buttocks and groin. Outbreaks are known to occur in team sports, apparently due to close skin contact and poor hygiene practices.
You can find a quick, in-depth information on the causes and treatment of boil skin infection in this infographic.
When it comes to easy-to-follow Treatments for Boil skin infection “Natural” is best:
Washing your hands has been described aptly as a do-it-yourself” vaccine- is one of the easiest ways to wipe out germs and reduce your chances of becoming sickened by them. As you touch people, surfaces and objects throughout the day, you accrue germs on your hands. In turn, by touching your eyes, nose or mouth you can infect yourself with these germs.
Georgia Pacific Professional demonstrate the details of hand washing in the infographic below:
It is not possible to keep your hands germ-free, but you can help limit the transfer of bacteria, viruses and other microbes by frequent hand washing. It has been found that hand washing with antibacterial soap and water can kill viruses that cause:
Proper Hand Washing Technique
Regular soap does not actually kill germs (they create a slippery surface that grant the organisms to “slide off”), natural antibacterial soaps are generally considered to be “overkill” for most purposes. Make sure you’re washing your hands thoroughly to remove all germs, follow these guidelines: