How to Lower Diastolic Blood Pressure Naturally

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Blood pressure has two components, systolic and diastolic pressure. Systolic pressure is the first number of a blood pressure measurement and reflects the pressure inside arteries when the heart pumps. Diastolic pressure, the second number, is the pressure when the heart relaxes between beats. High diastolic blood pressure — also known as isolated diastolic hypertension… 

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Mosquito Bite Natural Remedies

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For many people, torturous itchiness and scratching from mosquito bites feels very annoying. When a mosquito bites us, we itch due to the residual saliva left behind from the insect’s feasting on our blood. Fortunately, Mother Nature has blessed us with many mosquito bite natural home remedies. When mosquito bites it injects a material into our skin… 

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Bug Bites Natural Cures

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Summer outdoors are a must have, we love it, but all of these insect bites are really kill our mood. When it comes to enjoying the outdoors, different kind of bug bites seem to be an unavoidable evil. While bees and wasps inject venom when they sting, mosquitoes simply bite to feed on your blood. The bumps… 

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How to get rid of unwanted facial hair

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Unwanted facial hair are a matter of great concern to women. There can be many reasons for the unwanted facial hair like congenital cause, harmone imbalance, pregnancy, stress etc. So how to get rid of unwanted facial hair? there are many painful and temporary ways like waxing, threading, plucking etc. and some expensive medical treatments,… 

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Treating typhoid fever quickly with natural remedies

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According to wikipedia, typhoid fever, also known simply as typhoid, is a common worldwide bacterial disease transmitted by the ingestion of food or water contaminated with the feces of an infected person, which contain the bacterium Salmonella enterica enterica, s typhi (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typhoid_fever). The bacteria that cause typhoid fever,  spread through contaminated food, drink, or water. If you eat or drink something that… 

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Cold sore home remedies

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Cold sore is a tiny white blister around your lips or the corners of your mouth. Cold sores are oral herpes, an infection caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1. HSV-1 is transmitted through oral secretions or sores on the skin and can be spread through kissing or sharing objects such as toothbrushes or eating… 

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How to stop nose bleed quickly

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For such a small body part, the nose can spill a lot of blood. That’s because the blood vessels that serve your nose are very close to the surface, so they rupture with the slightest provocation. You can almost always stop a nosebleed on your own. Here’s how to stop nose bleed quickly Stop nose bleed with… 

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Natural remedies to get rid of body odor

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Any strenuous activity in hot summers can result in sweating and strong body odor. The culprit is not sweat itself, but the bacteria that use sweaty skin as a breeding ground. You can fight the bacteria by showering regularly with soap and using natural antiperspirant. Also be sure to wash workout clothes often. If body… 

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Insomnia treatment with natural sleep aids

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A common sleep disorder in which people have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep is called Insomnia. Too little sleep or poor quality sleep results in low energy as people may not feel refreshed when they wake up. Insomnia can be acute (short-term) or chronic (ongoing). Acute insomnia is common and often is brought on by situations… 

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How to get rid of Sore Throat

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A soar throat (a.k.a pharyngitis) is Common Cold and Flu symptom. Soar throat is usually the first sign that you have been attacked by a cold or flu virus. Unfortunately its often the last symptom to leave your body. Sore throat often causes more irritation long after the flu or common cold symptoms are gone. So… 

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