10 August 2014

Five natural antibiotics that fight illness and promote health

There are many herbs and foods that can treat and prevent a wide variety of illnesses and diseases. Many people are beginning to use natural antibiotics and remedies for these illnesses rather than relying on traditional Western medicine with risks and side effects.
   Natural antibiotics can be powerful treatments for illnesses, preventing disease and keeping the body's health in balance. Natural antibiotics, such as honey, ginger and Echinacea, among others, are powerful remedies to a wide variety of illnesses and diseases.

Local honey
Honey has natural antibiotic properties. Spreading it on wounds and burns can fight infection and promote faster healing. Using locally sourced honey can also combat seasonal or environmental allergies. Since bees use local pollen to make their honey, people with pollen allergies can find relief by consuming local honey. As a natural sweetener, adding honey to tea is an excellent way to get its health benefits

16 Tips On How To Optimally Prepare For Surgery | Surgery Supplements

16 Tips On How To Optimally Prepare For Surgeryf you undergo surgery well-prepared you will heal faster and with a lower chance on complications. There are also things you can do to reduce anxiety and stress that often accompanies the period before surgery. This make the experience more tolerable and feeling better also aids healing.
Here is an overview with advice on how to feel calmer before surgery, have less pain after surgery, strengthen your immune system, use less pain medication, recover faster, and save money on medical bills. Weather you are undergoing breast lift, knee, or cardicac surgery, here are general tips on how to prepare yourself for surgery during the perioperative period. Connect with the surgeon and his or her team. Read more

04 August 2014

Questions for your Surgeon | Linia Cosmetic Surgery

You’ve decided on having cosmetic surgery and are about to meet your surgeon for the first time. 
What information do you need to know and what questions should you ask? 

What exactly does the procedure entail?
How the procedure will be performed?
What anaesthesia will be used?
Will there be any scarring and where will it be?
Will there be any pain or discomfort during or after the operation?
What will be the recovery time?
What will happen during recovery period?
What must I do/not do to ensure a good recovery?
Is there a follow-up programme for me to follow after the surgery?
When do I get back to normal activities?
What are the possible risks and complications associated with the specific surgery I intend to undergo?
How will these risks managed?
What happens if there is a complication?
What will the follow up be?
What to expect in the follow up period?
Surgeon’s qualifications and experience.
Previous patients and if you can speak to any one
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