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The Causes of Ingrown Toenails

By Andy Fish 

Ingrown toenails. You've heard of them and know a few friends and family members who have had one. They are a fairly common foot issue that in most cases are easily treatable. As harmless as they appear, they can become serious health concerns for certain people with other health issues such as diabetes. They can also get infected if they aren't treated, causing potentially excruciating pain and possibly irreparable damage to the toe. In some cases, the nail itself will need to be removed.

What Is an Ingrown Nail?

Normally, the toenail will grow over the flesh of the toe. This is because the nails act as a source of protection for the tip of the toe as well as for the old use of gripping the ground when barefoot. An ingrown nail, however, occurs when a nail grows into the flesh instead of on top of the flesh. These nail abnormalities typically occur on the big toes.

What Causes Ingrown Toenails?

There are multiple causes of ingrown toenails, most of which can be easily avoided. Below are their common causes:

Poor foot care. Cutting one's nail too short and cutting rounded edges can cause the nails to grow into the side of the toe. To prevent an ingrown nail, avoid cutting the nail too short and cut the nails straight across.

Wearing ill-fitting shoes or tight hosiery. Wearing shoes that are too small not only crunch the toes, but they can cause the toenail to bend and grow around the nail, including growing into the side of the toes, whereby resulting in ingrown toenails. Wearing tight hosiery can have the same effects as tight shoes and the regular wearing of them can alter the proper growth direction of the toenail.

Injury or trauma to the toe. A toe that gets crushed, jammed, stubbed, stepped on or accidentally cut can cause the nail to split, crack or break. If not trimmed, the jagged, broken edges of the nail can curl and grow into the flesh of the toe.

Ingrown Toenail Risk Factors

While anyone can get an ingrown nail, some are at a higher risk than others. Below are some of the risk factors that can make them more likely to occur:

Those with diabetes

Those with numbness in their toes

Those with unusually thick or curved toenails

Those with vascular issues in their toes

Anyone can get an ingrown toenail and often treatment is as simple as wearing a different pair of shoes and making sure one properly trims his or her toenails. If left untreated, painful infections can occur. In bad cases, the toenail will need to be removed in order to stop the pain and spread of the infection. In cases with individuals with other serious underlying medical conditions, a toe that has gotten infected may be amputated.

If you suspect you have an ingrown toenail, try trimming it and wear loose-fitting shoes such as sandals. If the pain gets worse and makes it painful to do everyday tasks, contact your podiatrist to schedule an appointment.


28 Tips To Energize Your Life

By Andy G 

To Revitalize You, To Say Good-Bye To Fatigue...

Eat properly - Nutritious meals are number one in the battle against fatigue.

Get up early - too much sleep can reduce your life expectancy.

High-protein food.

Munch on fruit when you need a snack.

Avoid too much caffeine.

Take vitamin B Complex.

Get proper rest, relaxation and sleep. Relax before you get tired.

Meditate whenever you get an opportunity for it - meditate many times during a day.

Pamper yourself; take a break when you need it.

Daily brisk walking.

Enjoy music and songs whenever you get an opportunity for it during the day.

Enjoy walking rather than driving.

Play outdoor games.

Make something more beautiful - Aesthetic Culture.

Learn how to overcome stress and tension.

Energy follows thought. Do not think about your inadequacies, your defects, your imperfections and your failures. But think about your achievements. Feel your beauty, your inner worth, your Buddha nature.

Enjoy yourself. Look at the beauty and enjoy, listen to music and enjoy, use all your senses and enjoy. Use your senses at their optimum, then you will really live your life will be aflame; it will not be dull, it will be aflame with energy and vitality. Be alive because it is only on the wings of life that you will reach to truth. If you are dull you are lost. Be radiant.

Love more and your body will gather more energy from the whole cosmos.

Be very aware about your eating. Remain aware what and how much you eat, and its effect on your body. If you experiment with awareness, you will certainly find out which is the right food for you, which food gives you tranquility, peace and health. There are no real difficulties in doing this, but because we do not pay any attention to feed we are never able to discover the right food. And eat joyously and happily.

Take bath daily. It purifies and refreshes not only the body but our innermost core too.

Enjoy reading.

Much time and energy is dissipated in fighting, accept what is. Make friends with what is.

Do not create absolute ideas; remain flexible. Be like water. It has no form, it is infinitely adjustable. That is its beauty, it knows no rigidity. Flexibility is life. It means responding to the moment without any preconceived idea.

Consult your doctor and take medicine whenever needed. Take Neem for healthy body and skin, Bitter Melon (Karela) for regulation and good metabolism, Holi Basil (Tulasi) for relieving cough and cold and boosting immunity, Boswellia Serrata (Shallaki) for relieving joint pain and inflammation, Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha) for relieving stress, strain and fatigue, Bacopa (Brahmi) for good memory and concentration.

Love your work and be creative. Change your work into fun. Boredom sucks. Work as play. Work as worship. Combine activity and relaxation.

Laugh your way to health. Laughter brings strength. Laughter is one of the most deep-going medicines.

Do not prevent the tears. Let the tears flow. Learn to talk with God. Weep alone. Do not repress your tears.

Let silence rejuvenate you. Learn the silence - the silence which is alive, positive, and affirmative. Silence is a joy. It is not just absence of worry - it is the presence of ecstasy. The real silence has to be in the crowd. When the crowd cannot disturb your solitude, then it is yours. When nothing disturbs you, when nothing distracts you, then you are centered. When you are really silent, you will find silence everywhere. Silence is something inside; quiet I something outside, hence, silence is not quiet. Quiet depends on conditions outside; silence is unconditional. Watch, witness, be centered, meditate and enjoy silence.

Follow all above 28 tips and keep yourself healthy, strong and energetic. Whole of your being must be full of energy.

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EVENTS 2019


Can A Healthy Lifestyle Help Your Back?

By Robert Finn 

Back pain is the leading cause of disability in the United Kingdom, affecting almost 1 in 10 people. Suffering from back pain can be debilitating and have a significant impact on your work and social life. But did you know that making some simple lifestyle changes can reduce the amount of back pain you experience?

A recent study from researchers in Sweden found that people who lived a healthy lifestyle were much less likely to develop chronic back problems. This article will explain why healthy living can have a positive effect on your back.

What is a healthy lifestyle?

A healthy lifestyle is living in a way that maximizes your health, energy levels and physical capacity. The five main components of healthy living include:

1.            Eating a nutritious diet Enjoying a healthy and balanced diet ensures that your body has the energy and nutrients it requires to remain healthy.

2.            Exercising regularly Adults should aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity a week (half that if exercising at a high intensity). You should also perform some strength training for all major muscle groups each week. This ensures that your muscles, ligaments, bones, and cardiovascular system remain healthy.

3.            Managing your weight A healthy lifestyle includes staying at a healthy weight through diet and exercise.

4.            Managing your stress levels Being stressed can have a dramatic impact on your body, increasing your blood sugar levels, causing anxiety, and slowing your metabolism. Finding ways to manage stress is an important part of enjoying a healthy lifestyle.

5.            Getting enough sleep The body uses sleep to heal the body, regulate hormones, remove toxins, and much more. Sleep is an important part of remaining healthy and happy.

How will living a healthy lifestyle help your back?

Not only will living a healthy lifestyle give you more energy, improve the quality of your life, and help you live longer - it also can help you avoid back pain. Here is how:

Better core strength to support your back

Exercising regularly will ensure that the muscles in the abdomen and lower back are well-developed. Keeping these muscles strong will help to take some strain off your spine and provide it with support. You will be less likely to injure or strain your back and there will be less pressure on it each day.

Better posture

Being active and physically fit will also help you improve your posture. It will become easier to keep your spine straight when sitting, walking and running, which helps you avoid back pain.

Less weight means a healthier back

The United Kingdom is still going through an obesity epidemic with over 62% of adults being overweight or obese. Unfortunately, carrying all of this extra weight can contribute to back pain and change the alignment of your spine. Living a healthy lifestyle helps you avoid obesity and remain in a weight range that is appropriate for your age, gender, and height.

Spending less time sitting down

Sitting down for long periods is one of the major risk factors for back pain and lumbar disorders. Essentially, the more time you spend sitting down, the more likely it is that you will have back pain. Living a healthy lifestyle helps because it is a more active lifestyle. You will spend less time sitting down in front of the computer or television, and more time moving about.

Your spine will have the nutrients it needs

The human spine requires many nutrients to grow new tissue and repair itself including vitamin D, calcium, magnesium, Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Vitamin B12, Iron, and protein. Eating a healthy and nutritious diet ensures that your spine has all these important nutrients.

Less risk of degenerative spinal injuries

A healthy lifestyle is one that avoids cigarettes and excessive alcohol consumption. This can help you avoid certain illnesses and injuries. For example, researchers have discovered that smoking can increase the risk of degenerative disc disease and lower back pain. Other research has shown that people who drink excessively are more likely to injure their back.

More likely to get professional help

Having a healthy lifestyle makes a person more health conscious and more likely to see a medical professional if something is wrong. This means you won't hesitate to see a chiropractor or general practitioner if your back hurts - which helps you identify and treat a spinal injury or other back problem before it becomes worse.

Dr Robert Finn D.C. qualified as a chiropractor over 25 years ago from the Anglo European College of Chiropractors (the oldest and largest chiropractic college in Europe). He is passionate about chiropractic and helping his patients reach their health goals. He has clinics in Newcastle-under-Lyme and Stoke-on-Trent. Read more about Dr Finn here: http://www.chiropractorinstoke.co.uk


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