Stiff Neck Treatment: Best Stiff Neck Pain Relief Easy DIY Relief Neck Pain at Home Natural Remedies

Stiff Neck Treatment: Best Stiff Neck Pain Relief Easy DIY Relief Neck Pain at Home Natural Remedies


Stiff Neck Treatment: Best Stiff Neck Pain
Relief Easy DIY to Relief Pain at Home . By LifeBuzzFeed.com. Please like, subscribe
and share this video to friends and family. Thank you. A stiff neck is a common problem. It often
occurs due to sleeping in an awkward position, sitting in front of a computer for a prolonged
period, or straining a muscle due to bad posture or carrying heavy loads that put too much
pressure on the shoulders. Other causes include anxiety and stress that create tension in
the neck muscles, trauma or injury that affects the neck, and some diseases like rheumatoid
arthritis, meningitis or cancer. The main symptoms are soreness, pain and difficulty
moving the neck, especially when trying to turn the head to the side. At times, a stiff
neck may cause a headache, shoulder pain or arm pain. A stiff neck does not usually indicate a serious
medical problem, but it can hinder your daily activities and make it hard to sleep. Lack
of sleep can make things worse. This problem usually gets better after a few days or a
week. However, you can use some simple lifestyle changes and home remedies to ease the pain
and stiffness. If your condition does not get better within a week or if it occurs with
a high fever, consult your doctor immediately. Here are the top 10 ways to get rid of a stiff
neck. 1. Massage Massage is a good option to treat a stiff
neck. A gentle massage will help relax the muscles while increasing blood circulation.
This in turn will help reduce the stiffness. Moreover, it will help you sleep better. Take
a hot bath or shower to relax your muscles. Slightly warm some olive, coconut or mustard
oil. Apply the oil on the affected area. Massage using firm yet gentle strokes for several
minutes. If you cannot do the massage on your own due to the stiffness, get help from a
friend or a professional massage therapist. 2. Neck Exercises Performing a series of neck exercises can
be highly beneficial for treating a stiff neck. It will relieve tension caused by the
tight, strained neck muscles. Sit up straight, while keeping your body relaxed. Nod your
head forward (toward your chest) and backward (toward the sky). Repeat these motions for
a few minutes. Tilt your head alternately down toward your right shoulder and then toward
your left shoulder. Repeat for a few minutes. Without turning your body, slowly turn your
head and look to the right, then look to the left. Alternate this movement repeatedly for
a few minutes. End your exercise with a few gentle shoulder rolls. Note: Avoid doing any
neck exercise if it hurts too much. To prevent a stiff neck, go swimming on a
regular basis. It improves the overall strength of the neck and back. However, make sure that
you follow the proper swimming techniques and do not overdo your workout. 3. Cold Compresses Soothe a stiff neck with a cold compress.
The cold temperature will help numb pain and limit the buildup of lactic acid, a normal
by product of muscle metabolism which can cause soreness. Wrap some ice cubes in a thin
towel. Hold the compress against the stiff area of your neck for 10 to 15 minutes. Repeat
every 2 hours for the first 48 hours. Instead of ice, you can also use a bag of
frozen peas in the same way. Note: Do not apply ice directly on the skin. 4. Heat Therapy If you do not get relief after 48 hours of
using the cold compress, try heat therapy. Heat will increase the blood flow, which in
turn will decrease stiffness. Apply a hot compress on the neck area for at least 10
minutes. Repeat 3 or 4 times a day until you get complete relief. A hot compress can be
in the form of a heating pad, hot water bottle, heat wrap or a hot towel. Also, stand in the
shower and run warm to slightly hot water on your neck for about 5 minutes. Do not turn
or move your neck while doing this. Repeat 2 or 3 times a day. 5. Epsom Salt Epsom salt, made up of the chemical compound
magnesium sulfate, can help ease a stiff neck. It helps regulate the activity of various
enzymes in the body and improves circulation. This in turn reduces muscle tension and stress.
Add 2 cups of Epsom salt to a bathtub full of warm water. Soak in this bathwater with
your neck area submerged for 15 to 20 minutes. Do this up to 3 times a week. Note: Do not
use this remedy if you are kidney problems or diabetes. 6. Peppermint Oil Peppermint oil has menthol that helps soothe
stiff muscles in the neck. Moreover, its analgesic property will help reduce pain and discomfort.
Warm 2 teaspoons of olive oil in the microwave for a few seconds. Add a few drops of peppermint
essential oil to it. Gently massage your neck with this warm oil. Use this remedy twice
daily for a few days. Alternatively, add 2 drops of peppermint oil to a big bowl of cold
water. Soak a washcloth in the water, then place it on the affected area for 10 to 15
minutes. Repeat as needed. Note: Peppermint oil is not suitable for children or those
who have sensitive skin. 7. Apple Cider Vinegar Apple cider vinegar contains antioxidant and
anti-inflammatory properties that help treat a stiff neck. Moreover, it can help prevent
muscle strain and pain related to nutrient deficiencies. Soak a paper napkin in raw,
unfiltered apple cider vinegar. Place it on the affected area. Allow it to sit for a few
hours. Use this remedy twice daily until you feel better. Another option is to add 2 cups
of apple cider vinegar to lukewarm bathwater. Soak in it for at least 15 minutes once daily
until you recover completely. 8. Cayenne Pepper Cayenne pepper is another effective remedy
to get rid of a stiff neck. It contains capsaicin that has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties,
which help reduce pain and inflammation. Mix 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper powder in 2 tablespoons
of warm olive oil. Apply this mixture to the affected area, cover with a bandage and leave
it on for a few hours. Do this for a few days. Another option is to massage the affected
area with an over-the-counter cream or lotion that has cayenne pepper or capsaicin as one
of the main ingredients. You can also include cayenne pepper in your cooking to speed up
recovery. 9. Turmeric The anti-inflammatory property of turmeric
can help relieve discomfort caused by a stiff neck. It also helps improve blood circulation.
Mix 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder in 1 cup of milk. Heat it on low for 5 minutes. Allow
it to cool and then add a little honey. Drink it 2 times daily for a few days. Include turmeric
in your daily cooking. Alternatively, you can take turmeric in capsule
or tablet form, but only after consulting a doctor. Note: Turmeric may not be suitable
for those suffering from gallstones or a bile duct obstruction. 10. Acupressure Acupressure is a traditional Chinese treatment
that can help get rid of a stiff neck, especially when it is caused by bad posture. Here, a
therapist applies pressure to specific points to ease pain. Luo Zhen is the name of the
acupressure point found on the back of the hand that can help treat a stiff neck. The
point is located in the depression between the two bones near the knuckles of the middle
and pointer fingers. If your neck is stiff on the right side, then massage the point
on your left hand, and vice versa. Massage this point by applying light pressure into
it with your fingertip. Maintain the pressure for a couple of minutes. In the meantime,
exercise your neck by rotating your head side to side. Additional Tips Try the skin-scraping technique to get rid
of a stiff neck. Lubricate the sore area with a little massage oil and then gently scrape
the skin with the edge of a spoon. Start from the top of your neck coming all the way down
to the top of your shoulders. This Chinese remedy is a type of massage to get the blood
flow to the aching area. As it is difficult to do on your own, you may take a friend’s
help. Better still, get it done by an acupuncturist. Get 7 to 8 hours of sound sleep every night.
Getting enough rest will help your body heal quickly. Do not sleep on your stomach. Try
to sleep on your side or back. Try sleeping without a pillow for a few nights. Make sure
your mattress is firm enough to provide support for your spine and neck. Avoid driving, as
it may aggravate the problem. Avoid putting any strain on the neck muscles, as it will
increase the pain and delay the healing process. Use relaxation techniques to combat emotional
stress that can trigger muscle tension. Practice good posture throughout the day when sitting
or standing. Being overweight puts a strain on all of the body’s muscles, so try to
lose excess weight. Take frequent breaks while at work to reduce stress on your neck. Avoid
crimping your phone between your neck and shoulder. Avoid doing heavy physical exercises
for a week as it may worsen the pain. You are watching: Stiff Neck Treatment. By
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us your knowledge and what you think about this video. Thank you for watching. Leaky Gut Diet: 5 Healing Foods & Supplements
For Leaky Gut Syndrome. By LifeBuzzFeed.com. Please like, subscribe and share this video
to friends and family. Thank you. If you suffer from leaky gut syndrome, you’re
overdue to consider adopting a leaky gut diet. Here are the five foods and supplements
to heal your leaky gut. 1. Bone Broth – broth contains collagen
and the amino acids proline and glycine that can help heal your damaged cell walls. I’ve
had many of my patients do a bone broth fast for three days to help heal leaky gut and
cure autoimmune disease. 2. Raw Cultured Dairy – contains both probiotics
and SCFA’s that can help heal the gut.  Pastured kefir, yogurt, amasai, butter and
raw cheese are some of the best. 3. Fermented Vegetables – contain organic
acids that balance intestinal pH and probiotics to support the gut. Sauerkraut, kimchi and
kvass are excellent sources. 4. Coconut Products – all coconut products
are especially good for your gut. The MCFA’s in coconut are easier to digest than other
fats so they work well for leaky gut. Also, coconut kefir contains probiotics that support
your digestive system. 5. Sprouted Seeds – chia seeds, flaxseeds
and hemp seeds that have been sprouted are great sources of fiber that can help support
the growth of beneficial bacteria. But if you have severe leaky gut, you may need to
start out getting your fiber from steamed vegetables and fruit.
Also, consuming foods that have omega-3 fats are beneficial — anti-inflammatory foods
like grass-fed beef, lamb and wild-caught fish like salmon. Top 5 Supplements for Healing Leaky Gut. There are many supplements that support your
digestive health, but I believe the most beneficial leaky gut supplements are l-glutamine, probiotics,
digestive enzymes, aloe vera juice, quercetin, NAG and licorice root.
1. Probiotics are the most important supplement to take because it helps replenish good bacteria
and crowds out bad bacteria. I recommend getting probiotics in both food and supplement form.
I see people all the time only follow part of the protocol in healing their leaky gut
syndrome by removing the damaging irritants. But the part they often leave out is re-inoculating
their gut with beneficial bacteria that will keep bad bacteria at bay.
So load up on BOTH probiotic-rich foods and take AT LEAST 50 billion units of probiotics
daily from a high-quality brand. 2. Digestive enzymes (one or two capsules
at the beginning of each meal) ensure that foods are fully digested, decreasing the chance
that partially digested foods particles and proteins are damaging your gut wall.
3. L-Glutamine is critical for any program designed to heal leaky gut. Glutamine powder
is an essential amino acid supplement that is anti-inflammatory and necessary for the
growth and repair of your intestinal lining. L-glutamine benefits include acting as a protector: coating
your cell walls and acting as a repellent to irritants. Take 2–5 grams twice daily.
4. Licorice Root (DGL) is an adaptogenic herb that helps balance cortisol levels and improves
acid production in the stomach. DGL supports the body’s natural processes for maintaining
the mucosal lining of the stomach and duodenum. This herb is especially beneficial if someone’s
leaky gut is being caused by emotional stress. Take 500 milligrams twice daily.
5. Quercetin has also been shown to improve gut barrier function by sealing the gut because
it supports creation of tight junction proteins. It also stabilizes mast cells and reduces
the release of histamine, which is common in food intolerance. New studies have also
shown its effectiveness in healing ulcerative colitis. Take 500 milligrams three times daily
with meals. If you can follow the above protocol, you
are well on your way to successfully treating your gut for good. You are watching: Leaky Gut Diet: 5 Healing
Foods & Supplements For Leaky Gut Syndrome. By LifeBuzzFeed.com. Please Like and Share
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this video. Thank you for watching.

Instruction on how to use our Gel Toe Cap

Instruction on how to use our Gel Toe Cap


Welcome to First Aid for Feet feet instructional video on the gel toe cap. This is the gel toe cap, and it’s supplied with instructions that say cut to length required to fit over toe. Do not use on open wounds without advice from a Chiropodist or Podiatrist, washing this product may shorten its life. So if we take it out of the packet, you’ll see that it’s a soft squidgy gel-lined elasticated cap. It’s a one-size-fits-all so it can fit anything from the small toe to a big toe. You cut it to length and then put it over the toe. If I show you this on the second toe there you’ll see that that is too long and would need cutting at the base here to get it to the right length. But if we put it over a big toe where we have to stretch it wider then it will fit better in length like that. So that’s the gel toe cap and it protects all around the toe the top of the toe underneath the toe and the end of the toe and it’s a very useful product to stop the toes from rubbing either against each other or against shoes.

Instruction on how to use our Gel Toe Ring

Instruction on how to use our Gel Toe Ring


Welcome to our First Aid for Feet instructional video on our gel toe ring. This is supplied with instructions written on the outside that say made from naturally breathable silicone, Do not use on an open wound without advice from a Chiropodist/Podiatrist. Washing this product may shorten its life. So if we take it out of its packet we will see a soft squidgy stretchy gel ring. This is designed to go over any sized toe from the big toe, all the way down to a little toe like that, but you would need cutting to length for the little toe obviously. The gel is designed to cushion any rubbing areas whether it be on the top of the toe underneath the toe. Or even potentially protect the end of the toe if it just sticks out a bit like on that toe there. It fits inside footwear very very easily and just protects the toes very nicely. So that’s our gel toe ring.

Le petit + : Aider les enfants à se repérer

Le petit + : Aider les enfants à se repérer


Bonjour. Le petit plus du jour c’est le Time Timer Les jeunes enfants n’ont pas de représentation
abstraite du temps. Hier, aujourd’hui, dans une heure… ça
ne veut rien dire. Leurs premiers repères temporels se font
essentiellement avec les activités de la journée : repas, sieste, jeu, etc. L’utilisation d’un time timer aide l’enfant
dans cet apprentissage du temps qui passe. Dans 10 minutes, ce sera l’heure de se savonner le corps. L’enfant visualise le temps qui s’écoule
et il se prépare à la fin d’une activité. C’est très utile pour les activités que
l’enfant a du mal à quitter. Petit Bonus : proposer à l’enfant de manipuler lui même le time timer. www.latelierdesparents.fr

The Art of Ancient Egyptian Paintings and Relief Sculptures


Carved around 3000 B.C.E, the Palette of Narmer is one of the earliest religious relief sculptures of Ancient Egypt. In subsequent years sculptures like this would be carved into the walls of temples. This wooden panel, from the burial grounds at Saqqarah, depicts the Egyptian dignitary Hesire. Carved between 2649-2575 B.C.E, it demonstrates careful detail in low relief. The tomb of Kheti at the Beni Hasan necropolis (1938-1630 B.C.E ) demonstrates how entire rooms could be covered with relief sculpture or paintings. Many Egyptians believed this type of decoration guaranteed a continuation of life. This wall painting from Hatshepsut’s mortuary temple at Dayr al-Bahri displays vibrant color and striking detail. Hatshepsut gained unprecedented power for a woman, reigning over Egypt from 1473-1458 B.C.E.. This is the Painting of Queen Nefertiti playing a game, 1320-1200 B.C.E.. This wall painting depicts King Tutankhamen with Egyptian gods Anubis and Nephthys. King Tut ruled from 1333-1323 B.C.E. This painted relief sculpture (probably of the god Anubis) shows a refined artistic style that characterized the reign of Seti I (1290-1279 B.C.E ). And this.. Another example of low relief sculpture from the Temple of Seti I.

Instructions on how to use our 5mm Felt Chiropody Padding

Instructions on how to use our 5mm Felt Chiropody Padding


Welcome to First Aid for Feet instructional video on felt chiropody padding 5mm. It comes in pieces this size or four times the size of this or in a packet of four extra-large sheets. The instructions say, cut to size and shape required peel-off paper backing and apply padding to the intended site. The adhesive is low allergy hypoallergenic, but do not leave padding institute too long. We take it out of the packet and you’ll see that it’s 5mm thick. But it’s also got a bit of depth and softness to it. That’s because it’s semi compressed felt and we basically cut it to the shape that we require. So for example, if we cut a very simple wedge shape out of the padding just like that then it can be used in between the toes to stop them from rubbing together. We would peel off the paper backing and just apply it in between the toes to stop them rubbing together. We often apply either tubular bandage or an adhesive strapping to secure that in place. There are others but one of the most useful shapes is a crescent shape. So if we cut that out then cut out the crescent centre so it resembles a horseshoe. This is really useful for deflecting pressure away from an area. So the pressure point would sit in there – just like that to protect the top of that toe. But with it being a thicker padding it would have an edge to it that could easily ruck up or cause trauma to the tissue, so we bevel it and to bevel, we turn our scissors to 45 degrees and work our way around the padding like that Just taking off that edge. Do it on the front edge as well and then we are able to apply it nicely around an area. Bigger crescents can be used to take the pressure off larger areas. On the sole of the foot, for instance, we may cut a pad that is much much bigger like this to fit on the sole of the foot and again cut out that cresent to relieve pressure on the area Secure it by taking off off the paper backing put it in place and then secure it with tape. That is our 5mm felt chiropody padding.