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HELP! how can I get rid of the tan on my face?

xxx asked:

OK, i’m naturally very pale and I got sick of that, so this summer we went on a holiday on an island and I tanned {naturally} anyway, at first I was so excited about the whole thing but then I didnt like it, tan is simply not my thing and unfortunately pale looks better on me, my question is – are there any home remedies / recipies / tips I can use to remove that tan and get my pale skin back?

i’m not asking to “whiten my skin complexion” i am asking how to get my old complexion back

Bad Breath Remedy

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How can I thicken my hair?

curious. asked:

I have quite thin hair and want to know if there are any ways to make it look/feel thicker and fuller.. Can you suggest any home remedies? Any cheapish shampoos or conditioners? Any tips?
Thanks!

Halitosis Remedy

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by Sandman - November 20, 2012 at 3:28 pm

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Bad Breath Home Remedies and Treatment Tips

Jerry White asked:

Bad Breath is usually caused by the breakdown of proteins by bacteria somewhere in the mouth. Bad breath is not contagious, meaning you cannot catch it from someone else. Chronic bad breath, known as Halitosis. Bad breath (halitosis) is a common problem which often comes from the activity of bacteria in the mouth. Although there is no way of knowing for sure, most adults probably suffer from bad breath occasionally, with perhaps a quarter suffering on a regular basis. There are many different things that can cause halitosis – from not brushing your teeth to certain medical conditions. Bad breath is a problem that is shared by millions of people across the country. Some people may perceive that they have bad breath, but it is not noticed by oral-health-care professionals or others. This is referred to as “pseudohalitosis.

Some types of bad breath, such as “morning mouth,” are considered to be fairly normal, and they usually are not health concerns. The “morning mouth” type of bad breath occurs because the saliva that regularly washes away decaying food and odors during the daytime diminishes at night while you sleep. Your mouth becomes dry, and dead cells adhere to your tongue and to the inside of your cheeks. Bacteria use these cells for food and expel compounds that have a foul odor. Bad breath can be caused by Poor dental hygiene, Infections in the mouth, Respiratory tract infections ? Throat infections, sinus infections, lung infections ,Dry mouth (xerostomia)and “pseudohalitosis.

Home Remedies and Treatment Tips of Bad Breath

1.Use of fenugreek has proved most effective.

2.Another effective remedy for bad breath is avocado which is far superior to any mouth lotion or remedies for this condition.

3.All fruit and vegetable juices are beneficial in the treatment of halitosis and should be taken liberally by those suffering from this disorder. Juices from green vegetables are especially

valuable.

4.Parsley is a valuable cure for bad breath. Two cups of water should be boiled and several sprigs of parsley, coarsely chopped, should be steeped in this water along with two or three whole cloves or a quarter teaspoon of ground cloves. This mixture should be stirred occasionally while cooling. It should then be strained and used as a mouthwash or gargle several

times a day.

5.Unripe guava is useful in halitosis. It is rich in tannic, malic, oxalic, and phosphoric acids as well as calcium, oxalate, and manganese.

6.Chewing gum can increase salivary flow, but only masks bad breath. Try drinking water throughout the day instead.

7.Brushing your teeth properly and regularly. Brushing your teeth is best done in the morning, every after meal, and before bead time.

8.Flossing can help remover the deep seated food particles in between your teeth.

9.Gargle a cup of lukewarm water mixed with salt or half a lemon juice. This is also best done before going to bed.

10Avoid alcohol and dyes.

11.Dip your tooth brush into baking soda and brush your teeth using it as your toothpaste. After that, you can brush again your teeth with toothpaste this time to give your breath fresh scent. This is best done in the morning and in the evening before bed time.

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Does blood sugar increase if you sleep late?

Isidro asked:

I have tried this before and it seems to work for me. When I wake up after sleeping 8 hours, my blood sugar reads under 100. When I sleep more than 8 hours (oversleep), my blood sugar will read more than 100 (around 108 to 122). Does anyone know why this happens, or is it just me? Also, does anyone have any home remedies or tips on how to bring down blood sugar (besides the usual – limit your carbs, and sugars..etc..)

p.s. – I also have high cholesterol. I take Metformen for the Diabetes and Crestor for high cholesterol. So far the cholesterol is under control. My blood sugar readings have been around 95 to 122.

Thanks in advance.

Bad Breath Tips

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Finding A Home Remedy For Bad Breath

Cavyl Stewart asked:

There is probably nothing more embarrassing than having bad breath. It is something that will definitely affect your social life and even life at work. Can you imagine talking to someone who is making it quite clear that your breath is offensive? Or can you imagine someone offering you a mint, obviously because your breath is more than enough to take? Getting rid of bad breath is actually quite easy and you don’t always have to go to a dentist if it can be controlled. Trying a home remedy first is always best before you spend the big bucks on something medical.

What Can I Do About Bad Breath?

Before looking for a home remedy for bad breath, determine first if it is indeed your breath that is disturbing others. Try and observe how others act around you when you are talking. They will more than likely take a step back while you are talking or try to avoid you altogether. But don’t let this get you down. The next step is to change your diet.

You probably have been eating stuff that has been leaving rich bacteria in your mouth. After all, bad breath comes from the bacteria from food in your mouth as it breaks down the proteins around it. If this doesn’t help, you may want to brush and floss your teeth more often and also gargle using a mouthwash after every meal.

This is so that you can destroy the bacteria that have gathered in your mouth, especially around your tongue. For the best results, you may even want to try washing your mouth out with baking soda that you have lying around your pantry. Baking soda actually helps to clean teeth. Just don’t try to use it all the time.

What Other Ways Can I Use To Prevent Or Control Bad Breath?

There are other home remedies for that you can use to prevent bad breath from forming or getting rid of it if you have it already. One of the methods is to chew your food properly and drink a lot of water in between meals. This will help your stomach to digest food properly and the water will also help to wash down all food particles so that they do not collect too much in the mouth. Still, you will have to brush your teeth to get rid of the bacteria that do collect.

Another home remedy for bad breath is to rinse your mouth with a glass of water and the juice of half a lemon after every meal that you have at home. The lemon can kill some of the bacteria in your mouth. It works just the way a mouthwash does and perhaps even more effectively.

Lastly, you should also make sure that you are healthy and that you have the right vitamins in your body. Try taking calcium supplements, Vitamin C, and Vitamin B-complex to prevent bad breath bacteria from forming. These are just some of the home remedies for bad breath that you can try first before you decide on going to the dentist.

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