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Sunburn blister

In the peak season of summer, some people end up being exposed to the sun for long periods of time since some love to sunbathe under the prickling heat of the sun. As a result, these individuals have the tendency to experience blisters caused by sunburn. When there is a heat wave, the intensity of the heat can be felt like crawling in the skin. [su_youtube url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUCnluftWbQ"]h ...

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Pulled muscle from coughing

Cough is a common issue during the cold and flu season and sometimes, a cough can be severe that it can cause straining of the muscles in the chest or anywhere. Pulled muscle is an injury where the fibers of the muscle are overstretched. Take note that this injury is quite common among athletes. A pulled muscle is also common when an individual experience several episodes of vigorous coughing. [su_youtube u ...

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Insomnia

Chronic insomnia is a condition that is experienced by anyone during their lifetime. Insomnia can manifest in two forms - primary and secondary. In primary insomnia, there are no symptoms but an inability in falling asleep and can be caused by stress, changes in the environment and anxiety. Secondary insomnia can be caused by some psychological disorders. Insomnia interferes with sleeping habits and inhibit ...

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How to Manage a Throbbing Migraines

Migraines are headaches that are often described as throbbing, pounding, or pulsating. These headaches typically occur only on one side of the head but may also occur on both sides, and even the whole head. It is not uncommon for migraines to transfer from one side to another. Women are said to experience migraines three times more common than men. Migraines are the second most common kind of primary headac ...

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