How to cure a canker sore naturally

How to cure a canker sore naturally

How to cure a canker sore naturally

Canker sores are also known as mouth ulcers. They can be extremely uncomfortable.

Common causes of canker sores:

Injury

Toothpaste

acidic foods

allergic hormonal changes

bacteria

emotional stress

lack of vitamins

Natural remedies for canker sores

Coconut milk

Extract coconut milk and gargle with it 3 to 4 times daily.

Basil leaves

Chew basil leaves with water daily to hell mouth ulcers, do it 5 to 6 times a day for results.

Tea tree oil

Tea  tree oil directly to the ulcer.

Honey and coconut oil

Combine honey and coconut oil into a paste and massage onto the sore

Rosewater

Take Rose mix into water and boil it for five minutes once the temperature is warm enough for your mouth rinse with your mouth twice a day.

Avoid acidic foods eat healthy and have essential vitamins tried to reduce stress and have good oral hygiene to help prevent mouth ulcers.

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Juice cures for joint pain

Chronic pain has been found from inflammation or cell damage. Certain chemicals in food can trigger this.Eat a diet consisting of raw natural foods.

Juice cures for joint pain

Juice cures for joint pain

Chronic pain has been found from inflammation or cell damage. Certain chemicals in food can trigger this.

For those that have joint pain you should follow these diet recommendations:

Reduce sugar

Eat fresh food

Avoid caffeine

Avoid aspartame avoid junk food

Eliminate trans fats

Avoid fried foods

Eat a diet consisting of raw natural foods. This will increase the amount of antioxidants in your body. It helps to reduce inflammation and lessen your pain.

Foods that will help your joint pain:

Green vegetables

Celery

Beats

Salmon

Walnuts

Ginger

Garlic

Chia seeds

Pineapple

Blueberries

Here’s an amazing recipe to juice to help continuous joint pain. It is pineapple, celery, lemon, and carrots.

Benefits of pineapple:

Pineapple contains an anti-inflammatory agent. Most of it is found in the core and the stand. Seducing through the core will help ensure you get what’s called bromelain, which is the main part for anti-inflammatory effects.

Benefits of celery:

Celery is packed with vitamin C. It is been known to protect the body from oxidative damage to cells, organs, and blood vessels.

Benefits of lemon:

women are also high in vitamin C. It helps to build and repair blood vessels tendons and ligaments and bones.

Benefits of carrots:

Carrots are high in vitamin K and beta-carotene. Both help fight inflammation.

Ingredients for anti-inflammation:

Pineapple

Celery

Lemon

Carrots

Simple now just juice away!

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The Booty: It’s Not Just Great to Look At

The Booty: It’s Not Just Great to Look At

By: Daniel C. Shipman

 

If you don’t know that having a large butt is the trend these days, then I don’t know what rock you just crawled out from under butt get with the times.

 

The gluteus maximus (your butt) is the largest muscle in the body and it has a very important job. It keeps us upright!

 

The main actions the gluteus maximus perform is hip extension and to a lesser extent is also externally rotates the hips.

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You also have a gluteus medius and a gluteus minimus. These assist in a lot of the actions that your gluteus maximus performs, but their main action is abduction of the leg.

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How does having a strong gluteus help you?

 

Having a strong glute also makes you stronger in everything you do.

 

The actions of the glute are directly tied into your core. When your core is at its best and working its hardest the glutes are always involved. The two exercises that activate your core the most are the squat and the deadlift. There are many forces acting on your body during these moves. Forces like gravity and torque can put a lot of strain on your lumbar spine (low back) if your core isn’t stabilizing your lumbar spine. During these exercises the gluteus is there to extend the hip and stand your body back upright.

 

In fact, I cue my clients to squeeze their glutes as they are standing up to reinforce the action of the glutes during a deadlift.

 

The gluteus is also important in fighting sitting at a desk all day. Tight hip flexors from sitting all day cause your upper torso to be pulled down in front of you. Having a strong gluteus counteracts this. As mentioned earlier the main action of the gluteus is hip extension, which fights hip flexion.

 

This is where the biggest problem comes in, most of the new clients I take on, have no gluteus strength. They have relied on other muscles, like the muscles of the lumbar spine to perform the actions that the gluteus should be handling. The greatest thing that has come out of the “big booty” trend is people are learning to fight the “I sit at a desk all day” issue.

 

 

Now you may be asking yourself how do I get a big booty too?

 

Well, here are two exercises that with assist you in having greater gluteus strength and size.

 

Barbell Hip Bridge

Lay on your back, I use a BOSU in the video to increase the range of motion, but that is not necessary. Grab a mat or pad of some sort to put between your hips and the bar for protection. As you notice in the video the bar is over my legs and I roll it up onto my waist, this is the easiest way to get it into position. Once the bar is in position keep your hands on it to stabilize the bar from side to side. You will push through your heels and squeeze your glutes to get the bar up as high as you can off the ground, then lower back down under control. Once you have control of the bar on the hips and get used to that feeling you will be able to add a lot of weight to this, the amount may even surprise you.

 

 

Resisted Lateral Walk

This exercise is made to target the gluteus medius. Use a band like the one in the video or if you don’t have one of those, use a normal band under your feet and hold the handles in front of your legs. All you have to do is keep your knees slightly bent and walk sideways. Try to also make sure your feet stay facing forward. You should feel a burn up the sides of the legs.

 

 

 

Author: Personal Trainer and Owner of Fitness Reimagined

Daniel C. Shipman, BS, CSCS, ACSM-HFS
dan@fitnessreimagined.net
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Why Muscle Imbalances are important to take care of

Why Muscle Imbalances are important to take care of:

Muscle imbalances are important to take care of so we have overall body health and strength and it does not lead to injury. Most muscle imbalances cause injury due to over strength in an area and less strength in another area so the body consistently over compensates during our daily activity on those muscle groups.

See what can happen if you do not take care of muscle imbalances:

Why Muscle Imbalances are important to take care of

 

What is a Muscle Imbalance:

A Muscle Imbalance is when a muscle is stronger or weaker than its opposing muscle or there is an alteration of muscle length surrounding a joint.

 

Example of Muscle imbalances: focusing heavily on building chest can cause muscle imbalances, causing the pectorals to be stronger than the surrounding muscles and cause you to have a hunched forward posture.

 

How Muscle Imbalances Happen:

When a muscle is overworked or overstretched from our day to day activities, while others arent. If you concentrate on one body part during your workout or job they may become overdeveloped or over stressed causing a muscle imbalance.

 

How to fix muscle Imbalances:

To fix muscle imbalances you must work on strengthening the weak muscles and stretching the strong muscles. Develop overall strength throughout the body. Make sure when these are fixed you concentrate on overall fitness so for example one day a week on each body part. As your fixing the muscle imbalance you may need to concentrate on those weak muscles till it is overall built.

 

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