Stress

Stress can make you prone to physical and psychological health problems. Eat foods that boost the supply of serotonin, a feel good chemical. Complex carbohydrates like whole grain cereals, breads, pastas and oatmeal all help to stabilize blood sugar levels and provide a steady supply of serotonin.

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Breathing

Deep breathing at your desk can not only help you beat stress, it can also make you calmer and more productsive through the day.

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Exercise

Exercise can help people with diabetes reduce nerve pain and the progression of diabetic neuropathy.

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Green Tea

Ease occasional indigestion by sipping a cup of mint tea after your meal. Mint improves the flow of bile, which moves food through the digestive tract more quickly.

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Body ache
What differentiates a flu from cold? Fever, body ache and intense fatigue are much more common with the flu.

 

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glass of water

To treat an acute migraine, drink a full glass of water – dehydration can trigger headaches. Even if you need to take a medication for the pain, try wrapping your head with an Ace bandage so that it covers your eyes, then lie down and breathe deeply. This often helps the pain pass more quickly.

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