Irritable bowel could cure through singing & bad breath through gargling tea

Scientists have found that singing may help ease irritable bowel disease. Singing in choir may help ease the symptoms of irritable bowel disease. Sufferers who took singing session once a week for a year reported less pain than those who did not. They believe that singing increases levels of the feel-good hormone oxytocin, which may have a painkilling effect.

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Irritable bowel syndrome affects 10 to 15 % of the population. This disease causes symptoms such as abdominal pain & cramping, bloating & diarrhea. It is three times more common in women. There is no cure & treatment includes dietary changes, medication to treat the spasms & even antidepressants.

Although its cause is unknown, there is evidence that psychological factors, such as stress, play an important role in irritable bowel syndrome. But with new finding singing in choir might help many people to get some sort of relief from irritable bowel disease.

Gargling tea can beat bad breath : In a new trial, patients with gingivitis are being given mouthwash containing tea. This is based on previous research, which has shown that compounds in tea block the growth of the bacteria that leads to plaque. Gingivitis is caused by a build-up of plaque, which makes the gums red, inflamed & swollen. It can also lead to bad breath.

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Most people suffer from gingivitis at some point. The theory is that gargling with it will reduce levels of inflammation and even stop plaque from forming. To test the benefits, dentists measure the patients’ levels of so called volatile sulphur compounds, an indicator of bad breath.

So through above seen findings it is concluded that the cure of many diseases is some times around & near to us, but we people are ignorant of the benefits of those small things that can provide a great amount of relief from many diseases. Some times a some trick can do wonder in curing a particular disease.


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