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Doctor insights on: Solutions To Global Warming

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Can I use warm water with salt as a natural enema solution?

Can I use warm water with salt as a natural enema solution?

Yes: Since you are looking to pull water from the blood stream to enter in the colon during an enema, this would be an ok solution to use. ...Read more

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My nose is stuffed. So I took a bulb syringe with a solution of warm water and some salt and squeezed it up my nose. Doing this is ok right?

My nose is stuffed. So I took a bulb syringe with a solution of warm water and some salt and squeezed it up my nose. Doing this is ok right?

OK!: This is an effective treatment for nasal congestion. It is usually less uncomfortable to add a little baking soda to the salt water. Otc single-use pre-mixed packets of salt are available, as well as dosing syringes / neti-pot / etc. You may use this as often as desired (even 2 or 3 times a day) without major side effects. One good brand is neilmed sinus rinse (i am not a paid to endorse!). ...Read more

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Lately I've had the worst trouble sleeping my doctor has suggested warm milk it works sometimes and melatonin..take one if it doesn't work take two.I usually end up at 3am wide awake and can't go back to bed.any solutions??

Lately I've had the worst trouble sleeping my doctor has suggested warm milk it works sometimes and melatonin..take one if it doesn't work take two.I usually end up at 3am wide awake and can't go back to bed.any solutions??

Psychotherapy: Ask yourself what environmental and interpersonal stressors you face during your waking hours, and whether or not you find yourself obsessing about them at night, which could be resulting in sleep loss. Consider going to a reputable psychotherapist for stress management therapy, and exploration of non-biochemical sources of anxiety. ...Read more

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Do I have to warm formula?

Do I have to warm formula?

No: There is no overwhelming reason to warm formula. Most mothers prefer not to warm the formula so, when out or traveling, mothers don't need to find a warming solution if one is not available. It's easy to pack bottles of water and formula powder and when the infant requires a bottle, simply mix the appropriate amount formula powder with the water in the bottle and you have a bottle ready. ...Read more

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How can I keep my baby warm?

How can I keep my baby warm?

Hat, gloves, socks: Babies lose the most head through their head, so make sure your baby is always wearing a hat. Covering their hands and feet is also a good idea to help them keep warm. A useful tip is to see what you are wearing for the weather and dress your baby in one extra layer. This extra layer may be a swaddling blanket. ...Read more

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What do runners do to warm up?

What do runners do to warm up?

Stretch and walk: Light stretching and walking prior to a run is usually adequate. Stretching is even more important after a run to prevent muscle tightening and Lactic Acid build up in muscles. ...Read more

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Why does my body always feel so warm?

Why does my body always feel so warm?

? Liver Heat Rising?: I don't know the answer. Are you easily angered and irritable? Possibly "liver heat rising" - a concept in traditional chinese medicine. ...Read more

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Explain why warming up is important.?

Explain why warming up is important.?

Tendon rupture: Sudden stress on tendons that are not "stretched" may be more easily injured, including ruptured. ...Read more

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Why do you become warm after a workout?

Why do you become warm after a workout?

With the muscular-: -contractions, U expend energy & produce heat within Ur core. the body tries 2 cool down so U feel hat & sweat, as Ur core temp approaches normal, it goes away. ...Read more

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What is the best medicine to tackle warm?

What is the best medicine to tackle warm?

You mean worm?: Depending what type of worms/infections you have, treatment maybe/maybe not needed, but an evaluation is necessary. There are few options to treat parasitic/worm infections--all require prescription. Each type/location of infection requires specific treatment/duration and so i suggest consulting doc for eval first. Good luck. ...Read more