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Can Warm Milk And Honey Help A Cough
If chronic - may need med eval to determine reason. Yes, warm milk = tryptophan which can help w insomnia. Use good sleep hygiene. 1. Keep a regular bedtime & wakening time (to include weekends). Get up the same time each day, regardless of what time you fell asleep.
2. Make a regular, relaxing bedtime routine. Relaxing rituals prior to bedtime may include a warm bath or shower, aroma therapy, . ...Read more
The cough reflex is a protective mechanism that uses muscles in your throat and chest to expel mucous and saliva that may contain pathogens that would otherwise possibly be inhaled via aerosol or to expel pathogens infecting the throat and respiratory system. Cough benefits the host by reducing load and benefits the pathogen which may then spread via aerosol. ...Read more
I mix a tablespoon of honey in warm milk daily consuming early morning I am planning to increase weight. Will this help me gain weight if taken daily?
Weight gain: Adding calories to the diet in any form can lead to weight gain. Adding essentially a pure sugar such as honey may not be the most well rounded way to add calories, however. Consider adding proteins and fats to your sugar intake and discuss with your doctor and nutritionist. ...Read more
I love drinking warm milk w/ honey before I sleep. I do a detailed cleaning right after but even w/ brushing, can it cause cavity? I now use a straw
Hmmm: The chance of causing cavities is directly proportional to the amount of time the sugar (& milk) is in contact with your teeth. Therefore, sipping it over a long period of time is bad. Drinking it (with\without a straw) over a short period of time followed by rinsing (brushing & flossing) minimizes the chance of cavities. My recommendation- have your own dentist evaluate the health of your teeth. ...Read more
If you have GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) is it wise to drink honey and warm milk together?
Of course. But Why?: Gastric=stomach & upper 2/3 lined with cells which secrete hydrochloric acid (inhibits bacterial growth) under brain control. With healthy subconscious control of esophagus, bottom of esophagus only relaxes as solid/liquid is pushed down. If stomach contents repeatedly pushed back up, esp. When lots of acid present, then esophagus damaged over time; can eventually promote esophagus cancer. ...Read more
Unlikely...: A cough can be treated once the etiology of the cough is known. So, see your doctor so your cough can be diagnosed and the correct, effective treatment rendered. Treating a cough yourself can be harmful! ...Read more
M 18 yrs old I have dry cough since 3 weeks I use lots of tablets like allegra (fexofenadine), honeytus, warm water, honey but there is no result m worried please hlp?
Possibility...: One common and easily treated possibility for your cough is bronchospasm. It is treated with bronchodilator and perhaps steroid inhalers. Your doctor will be able to diagnose this sometimes by simply listening to your chest with stethoscope, sometimes some testing is needed, like pulmonary function tests. If you smoke, you need to quit today. See your doctor but no need to worry! Good luck! ...Read more
Yes, but honey~sugar: If one is truly underweight (based on height, family background, and body type), a Dr. Can evaluate for a hormonal, digestive, or other disorder. If no medical cause is found, then one can add weight by eating more calories of nutritious foods, while also doing weight-training to increase muscle. Proteins: egg white, chicken breast, salmon, . .. Better fats: olive oil, peanuts, almonds, tofu, . ... ...Read more
No: Feeding a baby as they arise and never as part of a sleep ritual does more for good sleep habits than anything. Rocking only when fully awake and learning to recognize their drousy signals helps a lot. Letting them learn to self settle in the crib alone will promote the longest night time sleep pattern, while rocking or feeding as they go to sleep increased sleep problems 4x. ...Read more
Not good, not bad: It won't help, and it won't hurt. ...Read more
I have heard that drinking warm water with honey early in the morning is very good for your health. It also reduces ypur weight. Is this really true?
Maybe!: The idea is that the tryptophan (found in turkey as well!) helps you to relax by increasing serotonin in the brain. A glass of warm milk to help you fall asleep has never been proven, but if you feel it helps then it probably does! Its not harmful, just don't drink too much or you will wake up all night having to go to the bathroom! ...Read more
I want to get conceive and also I want to reduce my weight, is warm water with honey will effect to get conceive?
I can't fall asleep and I tried warm milk... I don't have any disorders and this happens very rarely to me. What can I do?
Lots of things!!: Start a specific "sleep time" routine. Make your bedroom a "sleeping only" area (do not read, watch TV, etc.). Avoid any alcohol and long-term use of sleep aids. Take a warm bath to relax prior to going to bed. Consider starting an exercise program or using other aids (electric blanket, earplugs, or an eye mask...) Avoid caffeine. Avoid "screen time" too close to bedtime. Try melatonin. Take Care ...Read more
I m gonna start taking warm water with honey in the morning before eating anything......Does it have any side effects? And wt r d benefits for skin?
Depends on you: It can help with a sore throat maybe, and some people believe honey has many benefits and it might! However, for overall general, bad health, its not the whole answer. If you're diabetic, definitely not the answer. Otherwise, if you use it to supplement other health modalities, and not diabetic, couldn't hurt! Best of luck. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Even when honey? Not sure what that means but feeling cold most of the time is one of the most classic symptoms of hypothyroidism. Other causes can include adrenal fatigue, chronic infections and heavy metal toxicity. Treatment depends on what the cause is. A good holistic doctor should be able to help determine the cause; conventional doctors are less likely to adequately evaluate this. ...Read more
Yes: Honey contains the sugars glucose and fructose. Both are absorbed directly into the blood stream. Glucose IS "blood sugar" so your blood sugar has to increase after you eat honey. Fructose, on the other hand, has a low glycemic index, meaning that it does not raise blood sugar as much as glucose. Honey should be considered equivalent to "sugar" and should be avoided by diabetic patients. ...Read more
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Fasting: For one day is not going to hurt you. Some recent thinking is that by "stressing" your body slightly by fasting every few days, you might even live longer. You do need to stay hydrated, of course, and lemon, honey and water is not a bad drink for this purpose. You could add a pinch of salt. ...Read more
I'm taking 1 tblspn of apple cider with 1 tblspn of honey mix in a glass of warm water. Is it healthy?
Why?: What is it supposed to do for you? It's just an interesting beverage, I'll give you that. But it has no magic or medical properties. ...Read more