Don’t panic, remove close by objects to prevent injury. Turn the person to their side. Don’t hold the person. Don’t provide water pills and food to the person until the person is completely responsive. Seek emergency help if seizure continues for longer than 5 minutes.
Vitamin E (almonds, green leafy vegetables) B Vitamins (folic acid, vitamin B12 and vitamin B6 – sources: meat, fish, poultry, egg, beans, fruits, green leafy vegetables, lentils, whole wheat cereals) Magnesium (nuts, seeds, whole grains) vitamin D (exposure to sunlight) and vitamin C (orange, strawberries, guava)
Vitamin D (sunshine vitamin) is a very essential nutritional tool as it improves the symptoms of depression and multiple sclerosis and imparts strength to muscles, nerves and blood vessels. Along with vitamin B12, vitamin D is essential for proper functioning of the nervous system. Vitamin D improves memory, cognitive functions and overall brain functions.
Apricots are amazingly beneficial. Get ready to relish them - the season is approaching fast.
Kneel down on the floor with hands straight without bending at the elbow; make a deep arch in your back, raise your hips up and be in this position for about 2 – 3 minutes.
Numbness or weakness of the face, arm, or leg on one side of the body Confusion, difficulty talking or understanding Severe walking difficulty Dizziness, loss of coordination or balance Severe headache Do You Know Quickly recognizing the signs of stroke and seeking immediate medical care can minimize the health risks or even save a life.