Having trouble speaking and understanding occurs when the brain cells in the area of the broca, wernicke and angular ayrus in the left hemisphere area begin to die because they stop getting the oxygen and nutrients they need to function.
Since prevention is always better than cure, all these things like raw mango juice, onion, buttermilk etc can be included in daily lifestyle eating and drinking habits during summer time especially for the people who have to face the sun a lot and those who remain in field for a long time. Having these things avoid the possibility of a person to get a heat stroke.
I would suggest that when a person experiences a medical trauma such as a stroke heart attack, a fall or even a finger cut, some of the residual pain might be a result of the trauma event itself. EFT can often help release the emotional charge, and associated pain, surrounding the trauma event.
Do you often slack off on the healthy habits you commit to? It’s easy to say that you are doing better than someone else or you are not doing so badly. What if you had a more definitive answer to what your risks are? Medicine has evolved a great deal. Risk was measured by your personal and family history and a few measures. Blood sugar and cholesterol were the major metabolic markers measured in blood to determine risk of heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s. There are many more sophisticated markers and now your genetic blueprint can better determine your risk. This is personalized medicine. It is tailored to your unique genetics and metabolism. Having this information can enable you to make better decisions regarding your health. It can also help you determine which lifestyle factors, supplements or medications will be most effective. This is true prevention. If you catch something early, you have to power to change.
Tip #4: Breathe Earlier Rather Than LaterNothing can throw off the rhythm of the butterfly like a late breath. Instead of breathing after your arms leave the water, as many beginner swimmers do, try to build enough strength and upward motion to lift your chin as you begin your pull. As your arms displace a high amount of water, your body is pushed up, making it the ideal time to take a breath. Yet, when your arms are already out of the water, your chest is sinking, making it the worst time to take a breath. This will take some time getting used to, but will be worth the extra hours spent in the pool.