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Many people deal with motion sickness on a daily basis, and if you're reading this, chances are you're one of them. Kinetosis can make your stomach roll, your entire body sweat, and make you feel fatigued and dizzy at even the slightest movement, whether it's related to carsickness, seasickness, or airsickness. And let's not forget the worst part—vomiting.
It's a rare person who enjoys swallowing pills—and equally rare to find those who can toss a pill back easily and effortlessly without gulps of water and coughs. The transition from liquid medicine to pills, tablets, and capsules can be a rough one, and some of us still struggle well into our adult lives. Yet the reason your pills are getting caught in your throat may not be the medication's fault—it's all in how you swallow.
No matter how fresh, sharp, or clean a razor is, it can still create an itchy, inflamed trail of razor burn bumps. When razor burn appears, it's unpleasant, and can even affect your next shave.
There are many, many home remedies out there for relieving itchy mosquito bites. Everything from mud to banana peels and basil leaves to Alka-Seltzer tablets can help curb the itch. But before you even have to resort to any of those methods, you should be thinking about prevention. Wearing white clothing can help to keep mosquitoes aways from your skin, and there are many plants that will help mask your mosquito-attracting smell. But there's even more ways to keep those bloodsucking bugs away.
While we've already covered several good ways to tame the itch of a mosquito bite, you're much better off preventing them from biting in the first place than dealing with the itchy aftermath.
When a migraine strikes, it can be crippling. Intense and sharp pain not only at the temples, but radiating throughout the entire head; feelings of nausea and digestive discontent; an unbearable aversion to light, sound, and even the smallest of movements.
Incredibly tiny in size, splinters can be frustratingly difficult to remove from your skin. If large and not completely embedded, a splinter can usually be extracted using tweezers, tape, or glue, but if it's small and in there pretty good, you'll have to get more creative.
This is the ultimate how-to cure a hangover video ever! Top New York City Chefs weigh in on their miracle cures for hangovers. You want to know how to cure a hangover? Try ramen, Alka-Seltzer, sleep, and all these other crazy suggestions.
I've never had a black eye, but I was in a car accident that turned my entire ear dark purple a few years ago. Believe me; it was enough to get more than a few funny looks.
Hello there, people. Today, I am going to show you how to extract the essence from a useful plant, using either alcohol or olive oil. This is how you take a plant and turn it into a useful (and preservable) medicine. For those of you who know nothing about herbal medicine, let me explain it for you in a nutshell...
Headaches. We all get them. It's one of the most common medical complaints out there, with about one in six Americans suffering from chronic head pain.
In this article, I will be showing you how to make a crude form of aspirin from the bark of a willow tree. It is a great remedy for headaches, hangovers, and other minor pain. The use of the willow tree as a mild pain reliever goes back to the Native Americans, who used it in much the same way that I do.
While there are countless ways to welcome in the new year, many of them involve imbibing copious amounts of delightfully spirited libations. If you're anything like me, I know you're fearing the monster hangover on New Year's Day.
Summer is the best friend of poison ivy, oak, and sumac. When the weather is hot outside, people spend more time in the great outdoors, which means more people accidentally running face first into some poisonous shrubs, leaves, and vines. If that sounds like you, instead of suffering through the itch or spending money on expensive pharmaceutical solutions, try some of these home remedies out.
Knots in the back are one of the most common painful afflictions afflicting modern people, and desk jobs aren't making the problem any better. This video will teach you about several ways of dealing back knots, including self-massage, heat, a tennis ball, and if all of that fails getting a massage from someone else, a masseuse if the problem is severe.
Straight from behind the locker room doors, this video presents five easy methods for reducing tightness and strain of the foot, ankle and calf muscles. This can also provide relief to the hamstring and low back muscles.
Many women experience breast tenderness before and during their menstrual cycle. This is tough to live with, and there are lots of easy ways to relieve the pain. Watch the video to learn how everything from sports bars to drugs can help ease the pain.
People do so much so fast these days that sleep time has become a hot commodity. Take advantage of that time by falling asleep as fast as possible, which you will learn how to do without drugs in this video.
Jock itch is one of the unpleasant physical side effects of manhood, and dealing with it properly will make your life much more enjoyable. Watch this video for tips on identifying and curing crotch rot so you can live an active life without fear of embarrassing and uncomfortable crotch itching.
No woman enjoys cramps, but more than half of all women experience some type of pain during their period. You can alleviate your menstrual pain with naproxen or ibuprofen, applying a heating pad to your lower abdomen, and making sure you're getting enough vitamin B, calcium and magnesium.
If you've ever woken up with a hang over or have just gotten a headache, you know that it can be pretty annoying and just waiting for it to go away can be the most painful of them all. But in this video you will learn a simple home remedy that you can use: peppermint oil.
Heart palpitations can be a serious problem if it's not monitored properly. If you're starting to get more and more heart palpitations, or if you've been experiencing them recently, it might be a good idea to watch this video. In it, you will learn what signs to watch out for before going to the doctors, as well as tips and various techniques that you can use to calm them down and keep them to a low frequency.
If you've been crying or haven't slept well, you probably have swollen eyes you don't need the world to see. Watch this video to learn a quick easy way to get rid of swollen eyes using only metal spoons and your freezer.
Blisters are a part of life for people with physical hobbies and professions. Many simply pop them and cover them up to treat them, but this is the wrong way to go about it. This video will teach you the proper way to treat blisters on your hands or feet.
Almost nobody gets as much sleep as they want to, so you have to maximize the time to sleep that you have. This video will give you a bunch of tips on how to sleep better and lead a happier, more productive life.
If you're like us, then after a long day working at the computer, coming home to browse the web on the computer, and then checking our Blackberries and updating our Twitters, you're feeling exhausted but can't seem to wind down enough to fall asleep.
Herbicide sprayers are available commercially, but you're not going to land one without making your wallet shed a tear. If you have a large garden or orchard, though, it's very important to use an herbicide sprayer to eliminate weeds at their roots. So what's a green thumbed chap like you to do? Check out this video to learn how to make your own herbicide sprayer.
Leaving water in your ear after a bath, shower or swimming can sometimes lead to a painful infection. Protect your health and hearing by following a few tips with a hair dryer, vinegar and rubbing alcohol to get water out of your ear.
Superglue isn't supposed to stick to some things - like your hand. You can use a dab of acetone-based nail polish remover on a cotton ball to dissolve the super glue, and then rinse the residue off with soap and warm water.
Oh dang it! You got sprayed by a skunk? What will you do now? The smell won't get out of your clothes, and your skin for that matter, and you've got a hot date. This video has the answer, coca-cola. Yea you heard me, watch it and find out!
Athletes often suffer mild wrist sprains, ankle twists or muscle strains whlie playing sports. Many minor injuries can be treated at home. Learn how to recognize the symptoms, such as sore muscles or bruising, and use these tips to easily and quickly treat them.
Older adults may sometimes have more difficulties sleeping as they grow into their mature years. Follow these tips to get good, healthy sleep at any age! Create a calm, peaceful environment so your bedroom can become a great place to get well needed rest.
Singing too much? Had a bad fight? Your voice is trashed right? How do you get it back into tip top shape? This video will give you all of the hot tips and tricks on getting your body to heal more quickly and get you back into fighting shape!
When bad odors are abound, what more can you do than scrunch your nose and try to get out of the area? (well, if you're on an elevator, well, let's just say your luck ran out.) With this video they have the cure to make it easier to make your way a smelly day!
Lack of sleep is an epidemic in this country… throughout the world really… and a lot of people think that a pill will solve their restless nights, and that that's the best thing they can do. But there are a number of lifestyle measures that you can take and starting them early in the day is the key to a good night's sleep. It's important to stay on a schedule, eat healthy, exercise and ease into your night's sleep. Check out all the tips in this Woman's Day Magazine video!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to get water of their ear. The materials required for this task are a towel and rubbing alcohol. Begin by laying out the towel on a table. Then place the head on the towel and cover part of the towel over the face. Have another person pour the alcohol into the bottle's lid and then pour it into the patient's ear. Now move the ear and wait for several seconds. Then turn the head over. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy swimming, and would ...