Advertisements

3 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR APPETITE

Health Care
2

 

Poor appetite is a common symptom of advanced age, chronic disease, or medication side effects etc. The first three months of pregnancy period is commonly associated with a poor appetite that may be accompanied by nausea and vomiting. The medical term for poor appetite is anorexia. It may occur in conditions affecting the digestive system or along with more generalized conditions, such as infection, dehydration, or chronic disease.

Medications, such as antibiotics, chemotherapy, and narcotics, are common causes of poor appetite. Changes to the sensations of smell or taste can result in poor appetite. Depending on the cause, poor appetite can come and go or be constant.

Poor appetite can leave you undernourished and consequently tired and irritable.

Here are few helpful ways, which will help you to improve your appetite.


  • Ginger– It contains gingerol oil which is excellent for digestion and stimulating appetite.

How to use

  • Use homemade ginger paste while cooking.
  • Ginger can be added to a tea.
  • Take finely chopped ginger and add a pinch of rock salt to it. Consume it half an hour before meal every day for 8 to 10 days to improve your appetite.

  • Black pepper– Black pepper is a spice with a host of health benefits. It helps to improve digestion, increase appetite and treat gastrointestinal problems.

How to use

  • Sprinkle black pepper on your food.
  • Combine 1 tablespoon of jaggery powder with a half tablespoon of black pepper powder and consume this regularly for 8- 10 days.
  • Do not try this black pepper remedy if you have stomach ulcers or have ha abdominal surgery.

  • Fruits to improve appetite

        Certain fruits are known to stimulate hunger and these include grapes, apples, and blackberries. Most of these fruits contain constituents that help to improve digestion and thus, they help to improve appetite.


In some people who are on regular medication for some health condition, the medicines may be responsible for the loss of appetite. In such cases, only the doctor can provide some guidance to overcome this problem.

 Therefore, if you find yourself suffering from a chronic loss of appetite and none of the remedies mentioned here will help, it is good to consult a doctor who can guide you further.

Drive more traffic to your blog using performance based marketing.

If you like what you read then please don’t forget to like, subscribe, comment and share with your friends.

you may connect with me on Facebook , Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn .

Thanks for reading.

Stay happy, stay healthy.

Take care!

Advertisements
Advertisements
Home Remedies
4
EFFECTIVE WAY TO GET RELIEVE FROM SCIATIC NERVE PAIN

Back pain is mostly experienced by each one of us. Whether the back pain is chronic or acute, it makes us suffer a lot. There is a specific type of back pain, referred as sciatica. It arises from or along the sciatic nerve region. This sciatic nerve pain arises from …

Advertisements
Advertisements
skin
Home Remedies
2
THE MOST POPULAR SKIN WHITENING REMEDIES YOU CAN USE

If you have almonds at home, you can soak these in a bowl of water overnight. Peel the almonds in the morning and grind into a paste. Add two teaspoons of honey to the ground almonds; place this in a container with cover. You can use this as a paste to exfoliate skin. Use the mixture every day as a facial wash or an exfoliant. Be sure to rinse your face completely and pat dry with a clean towel.

Advertisements
Advertisements
Athlete's foot
Home Remedies
HOME REMEDIES FOR ATHLETE’S FOOT

Athlete’s foot is a fungal disease that affects the skin of the feet. The other name for athlete’s foot is tinea pedis. This infection can spread up to the toe tails. It’s a very commonly occurring fungal infection. The first part that is infected is between the toe regions.

Advertisements
Advertisements
Advertisements
Advertisements
Advertisements
Advertisements
%d bloggers like this: