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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Aarthritis-37 Coping Strategies-[Part-2]


Aarthritis-37 Coping Strategies-[Part-2]


Put on a scarf.

Not around your neck, but around the elbow or

knee joint when it aches. "A wool scarf is your best

bet," says Jacobs. Be careful not to wrap it too

tightly, however; you don't want to hamper your


Pull on a pair of stretch gloves.

"The tightness caused by the stretchy kind may, in

fact, reduce the swelling that often accompanies

arthritis," says Ward. And the warmth created by

covered hands may make the joints feel better.

"Wearing thermal underwear may have the same

warming effect on joints," says Grayzel.

Get electric gloves.

Hunters use these battery-operated mitts to keep

their hands toasty on cold mornings in the woods.

"The gloves just may do the trick to keep your

hands warm and pain-free," says Jacobs. She

recommends keeping them on all night while you


Try a water bed.

According to the National Water Bed Retailers'

Association in Chicago, many owners claimed in a

study that their rheumatoid arthritis "was helped

very much by a water bed." And Earl J. Brewer, Jr.,

M.D., former head of the Rheumatology Division

of Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, believes

he knows why. "The slight motions made by a

water bed can help reduce morning stiffness," he

says. "And a heated water bed may warm the joints

and relieve joint pain."

Slip into a sleeping bag.

If a water bed is out of the question, you might

consider camping gear. "The cocoonlike effect of a

sleeping bag traps heat, which can help relieve

morning aches and pains," reports Brewer. He

learned of its therapeutic effects when many of his

patients told him that they got relief by sleeping in

their sleeping bags on top of their beds.

Get "down."

Brewer tells the story of a doctor from Norway who

happened to stay in a bed-and-breakfast while on

business in New York. The doctor, who was

suffering from arthritis pain, slept peacefully each

night in the B&B's bed and woke each morning

pain-free. The bed was outfitted with a goose-down

comforter and pillow. According to Brewer, the

bedding's warmth and minute motion brought on

the relief. For those who are allergic to down, an

electric blanket may bring some relief.

Watch your weight.

Being overweight puts more stress on the joints. As

a matter of fact, a weight gain of 10 pounds can

mean an equivalent stress increase of 40 pounds on

the knees. So if you are carrying excess pounds,

losing weight can help improve joint function.

"People who lose weight can slow the progress of

their osteoarthritis," says Grayzel.

Question any cure-all.

Frustrated by the chronic pain of arthritis, some

sufferers pursue a litany of promises for 100

percent relief--whether from a so-called miracle

drug, a newfangled diet, or another alternative

treatment. Unfortunately, at this time, arthritis has

no cure. So, before you jump at the next hotsounding

testimonial, proceed with caution. Get all

the facts. Consult your physician or other health-

care provider. Even age-old techniques, such as

wearing a copper bracelet, should be viewed with

skepticism, agree most experts. And remember, if

something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Plan ahead each day.

Prepare a realistic, written schedule of what you

would like to accomplish each day. That way, you

can carry out your most demanding tasks and

activities when you think you'll have the most

energy and enthusiasm--in the morning, for


Spread the strain.

As a general rule, you want to avoid activities that

involve a tight grip or that put too much pressure on

your fingers. Use the palms of both hands to lift

and hold cups, plates, pots, and pans, rather than

gripping them with your fingers or with only one

hand. Place your hand flat against a sponge or rag

instead of squeezing it with your fingers. Avoid

holding a package or pocketbook by clasping the

handle with your fingers. Instead, grasp your goods

in the crook of your arm--the way a football player

holds the ball as he's running across the field--and

you won't be tackled by as much pain.

Avoid holding one position for a long time.

Keeping joints "locked" in the same position for

any length of time will only add to your pain and

stiffness. Relax and stretch your joints as often as


"Arm" yourself.

Whenever possible, use your arm instead of your

hand to carry out an activity. For example, push

open a heavy door with the side of your arm rather

than with your hand and outstretched arm.

Take a load off.

Sitting down to complete a task will keep your

energy level up much longer than if you stand.

Replace doorknobs and round faucet handles with long handles.

They require a looser, less stressful grip to operate,

so you'll put less strain on your joints.

Build up the handles on your tools.

For a more comfortable grip, tape a layer or two of

thin foam rubber, or a foam-rubber hair curler,

around the handles of tools such as brooms and


[To Be Continued]


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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Aarthritis-37 Coping Strategies-[Part-1]

Aarthritis-37 Coping Strategies-[Part-1]


An estimated 37 million Americans are caught in the grip of some form of arthritis or rheumatic disease. And few of us will make it to a ripe old age without joining the fold. If one of these diseases has a hold on you, read on. While there are no cures, there are steps you can take to ease discomfort and get back more control over your life. There are more than 100 different forms of arthritis and rheumatic disease, with a host of causes, according to the Arthritis Foundation in Atlanta. Among the more widely known afflictions are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, and lupus. Osteoarthritis is primarily marked by a breakdown and loss of joint cartilage. Cartilage is the tough tissue that separates and cushions the bones in a joint. As cartilage is worn away and the bones begin to rub against each other, the joint becomes aggravated. In osteoarthritis, this breakdown of cartilage is accompanied by minimal inflammation, hardening of the bone beneath the cartilage, and bone spurs (growths) around the joints. "It will  eventually affect virtually everyone in old age," says John Staige Davis IV, M.D., professor in the Division of Rheumatology at the University of Virginia School of Medicine in Charlottesville. Rheumatoid arthritis, on the other hand, is not an inevitable aspect of the aging process. For reasons unknown, the synovial membrane, or lining, of a joint becomes inflamed, so pain, swelling, heat, and redness occur. In the case of gout, needle-shaped uric acid crystals collect in the joints, due to a fault in the body's ability to metabolize, or process, purines. Purines are naturally occurring chemicals found in certain foods, such as liver, kidney, and anchovies. The disease primarily affects overweight, fairly inactive men over the age of 35 (see GOUT). Lupus, on the other hand, affects many more women than men. It is a condition in which the body's own immune system attacks healthy cells. The symptoms are wide-ranging, from joint pain to mouth sores to persistent fatigue. Researchers are beginning to understand what may predispose some people to arthritis. One clue to the puzzle: "There are indications that collagen, which helps form the body's cartilage, may be defective in some people," says Arthur I. Grayzel, M.D., senior vice-president for Medical Affairs at the Arthritis Foundation. While you cannot cure your condition, you can adopt a variety of coping techniques that will leave you more active and in control of your life.


Keep moving.


Maintain movement in your joints as best you can.

This can help keep your joints functioning better

for a longer amount of time and, at the same time,

brighten your outlook on life. "Every patient should

keep active," says John R. Ward, M.D., professor

of medicine at the University of Utah School of

Medicine in Salt Lake City. "And remember that

even small movements mean a lot. If all you can

tolerate is a little housecleaning or gardening, for

instance, that's OK, too."


Exercise, exercise, exercise.


"Exercises work best when inflammation has

calmed down," notes Janna Jacobs, P.T., C.H.T.,

physical therapist, certified hand therapist, and

president of the Section on Hand Rehabilitation of

the American Physical Therapy Association


There are a few different types of exercises that

are used to help arthritis sufferers. The simplest,

easiest exercises that can be done by almost any

arthritis sufferer are called range-of-motion

exercises. They help maintain good movement by

putting the joints through their full range of motion.

You'll find several range-of-motion exercises

recommended by the Arthritis Foundation in

"Exercises for Arthritis." Isometrics, in which you

create resistance by tightening a muscle without

moving the joint, can help to strengthen muscles.

Weight-bearing exercises, such as walking, also

build muscle strength. While strengthening

exercises can be beneficial for the arthritis sufferer,

however, they should only be done under the

supervision and care of a therapist or physician,

says Grayzel. And, "anyone with any type of

cardiovascular disease should not do multiple

resistance exercises for a sustained amount of time,

" warns Ward. Stretching, which helps make the

muscles more flexible, is often recommended as the

first step in any exercise regime. Likewise,

warming up your joints before beginning any

exercise makes them more flexible. Massage your

muscles and/or apply hot or cold compresses or

both--whichever your health-care practitioner

recommends or you prefer. A warm shower is

another way to warm up. (See Extra! Extra! - "Heat

or Cold: Which Is Best?")


Give your hands a water workout.


Try doing your hand exercises in a sink full of

warm water for added ease and comfort, suggests



Don't overdo it.


Ward has come up with a "useful recipe" you can

use to see if you've overdone your exercise routine.

See how you feel a few hours after you exercise

and then again after 24 hours. If your pain has

increased considerably during that period of time,

then it's time to cut back on the frequency and

amount of exercise that you're doing, he says. Of

course, if the activity brought relief, you've found a

worthwhile exercise. Tailor your routine to include

the exercises that give you the most relief--and the

most enjoyment.


Play in a pool.


If you find even simple movements difficult, a

heated pool or whirlpool may be the perfect

environment for exercise (unless you also have high

blood pressure, in which case you should avoid

whirlpools and hot tubs). Try a few of your simpler

exercises while in the water. The buoyancy will

help reduce the strain on your joints. And, "the

warm water will help loosen joints and maintain

motion and strength," says Ward. Even a warm bath

may allow you some increased movement. In a

pinch, a hot shower may do: Running the stream of

water down your back, for instance, may help

relieve back pain.


Don't overuse over-the-counter creams.


These pain-relieving rubs give temporary relief by

heating up the joints. However, "frequent use may

activate enzymes that can break down the cartilage

in the joints," says Davis.

[To Be Continued]


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Monday, November 28, 2011

Allergies - 20 Ways To Feel Better-[Part-2]

Allergies - 20 Ways To Feel Better-[Part-2]

Filter your vacuum.

"It is very important to not recycle the allergy factors back into your home as you clean," says Furukawa. "For example, you're not doing much good if your vacuum cleaner allows small particles of dust to be blown back into the air as you vacuum." He recommends putting a filter on the exhaust port of your vacuum, if your machine is the canister type (uprights don't usually have an exhaust port). If dust really bothers you and you've got the money, you can invest in an industrial-strength vacuuming system, Furukawa says. Some allergists recommend a brand called Nilfisk, he adds, which has an excellent filtering system and retails for about $500. To find out where you can purchase filters or special vacuums, talk to your allergist or write to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Department CG, 1125 15th Street NW, Suite 502, Washington, D.C., 20005.

Dust with a damp cloth.

Dusting at least once a week is important--but if done improperly, it may aggravate respiratory allergies, O'Connell says. He recommends avoiding the use of feather dusters, which tend to spread dust around, and opting instead to contain the dust with a damp cloth. Dusting sprays may give off odors that can worsen allergies, he adds.

Don't dust at all.

If dusting aggravates your allergies, don't do it. Instead, ask a spouse or family member to do the dirty work, or hire a housekeeper, if possible, O'Connell recommends.



"Dust mites (microscopic insects that are usually the allergy culprits in dust) grow very well in humid areas," O'Connell says. He recommends investing in a dehumidifier or using the air conditioner, which works equally well. A dehumidifier can also help prevent mold, another allergen, from growing. When cooking or showering, take advantage of the exhaust fan--another way to help keep humidity to a minimum.

Think before you burn.

Although it is common to burn household and construction refuse, this may not be such a wise idea, says Furukawa. "Wood that is treated with heavy metals or other chemical-laden materials will irritate everybody, but the person who is allergic or asthmatic will have proportionately more difficulty," he says. "Also, pay attention to what you are throwing in the fireplace." Of course, your best bet is to stay away from the fireplace when it's in use.

Cut through the smoke.

Many people with respiratory allergies find that wood smoke poses a particular problem, Furukawa says. With wood stoves, the biggest problem is "choking down" the stove, or decreasing the amount of oxygen in order to cool down the fire, he explains. Choking down throws irritating toxins into the air, which will be breathed in by you and your neighbors.

Leave the lawn mowing to someone else.

During pollen season, a grass-allergic person is better off letting someone else--anyone else--mow the lawn, Montanaro says. "Find out when the pollination season in your area is," he advises. "Here in the Northwest, I tell people not to mow between May and the Fourth of July."

Wash your pet.

A little-known trick for cat or dog owners who are allergic to fur: Bathe your pet frequently. "There is strong evidence that simply bathing the animal in warm water substantially reduces the amount of allergen on the animal's fur," Furukawa says. "Animals secrete substances from their sweat glands and their saliva--it is water soluble and you can rinse it off." If you're a cat owner and can't imagine bathing your beloved feline for fear of being scratched near to death, take heart: Furukawa says that in an informal survey that he conducted, he discovered that one out of ten cats will purr when bathed. If they are started as kittens, chances are higher that bath time will be a harmonious experience, he says. He recommends a bath in warm water, with no soap, once every other week.  In addition to bathing your pet, try to wash your hands soon after you've had direct contact with your furry friend.

Make sure your final rinse really rinses.

Chemicals in detergents and other laundry products can cause skin irritation in many people, O'Connell says. "There really are no mild detergents," he explains. "It's important that the final rinse cycle on your machine thoroughly rinses the detergent from your clothes."

Call ahead.

When planning a vacation or business trip, call ahead to find a room that will be easier on your allergies. Ask for a room that's not on the lower level, because a room on the lower level may have been flooded in the past and may still be a haven for mold growth. Shop around for a hotel or motel that doesn't allow pets, so you won't be subject to the leftover dander of the last traveler's dog or cat. If possible, bring your own vinyl- or plastic-encased pillow.


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Sunday, November 27, 2011

Allergies - 20 Ways To Feel Better-[Part-1]

Allergies - 20 Ways To Feel Better-[Part-1]


Spring's pollens. Summer's smog. Autumn's falling leaves. Winter's house dust. For millions of Americans, each change of season brings its own brand of allergens and irritants. For people with common hay fever and allergies, these pollutants can bring on symptoms ranging from a continuous, annoying postnasal drip to a full-scale, coughing-sneezing-itchy-eyed allergy attack. For other allergy sufferers, such as those with allergic asthma or an allergy to bee stings, attacks can be fatal.  In many cases, allergy symptoms are difficult to differentiate from the symptoms of other disorders and illnesses, such as a cold, a deformity of the nose, or a food intolerance. For this reason, many doctors suggest that allergies be properly diagnosed by a board-certified allergist (a medical doctor who treats allergies) to avoid the self-administration of inappropriate medications or other remedies. Also, many allergy sufferers can benefit from today's wide range of available treatments, such as new prescription antihistamines that don't cause drowsiness, nasal corticosteroids, and allergy injections that can provide immunity to a specific allergen (an allergen is the name for any substance, such as pollen, that causes an allergic reaction). If you don't go to the doctor, you may be missing out on a treatment that may be of great help to you.  However, many mild allergies, such as seasonal hay fever or an allergy to cats, can be treated with a combination of properly used, over-the-counter antihistamines and a wide range of strategies to reduce or eliminate your exposure to particularly annoying allergens.  The following tips are designed to help reduce the discomfort caused by the most common allergies. They may be used in combination with an allergist's treatment or, if your allergies are mild, by themselves. 


 Avoid the culprit.

Sometimes, the best way to reduce the discomfort of an allergy is to avoid exposure to the allergen as much as possible, according to Edward J. O'Connell, M.D., professor of pediatrics at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and past president of the American College of Allergy and Immunology. "Take all practical measures," he says. For example, if you are allergic to cats, avoid visiting the homes of friends who own them. If you must be around a cat, make the visit as short as possible and avoid touching or picking up the animal, he says.

Rinse your eyes.

If your eyes are itchy and irritated and you have no access to allergy medicine, rinsing your eyes with cool, clean water may help soothe them, O'Connell says. Although not as effective as an antihistamine, this remedy certainly can't do any damage.

Try a warm washcloth.

If sinus passages feel congested and painful, a washcloth soaked in warm water may make things flow a little easier, according to O'Connell. Place the washcloth over the nose and upper-cheek area and relax for a few minutes, he suggests.


Use saline solution.

Irrigating the nose with saline solution may help soothe upper-respiratory allergies by removing irritants that become lodged in the nose, causing inflammation, according to Anthony Montanaro, M.D., associate professor of medicine in the Division of Allergy and Immunology at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland. "The solution may also remove some of the inflammatory cells themselves," he adds.

Wash your hair.

If you've spent long hours outdoors during the pollen season, wash your hair after you come inside to remove pollen, suggests Clifton T. Furukawa, M.D., clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle and past chairman of the Professional Education Council for the American Academy of Allergy and Immunology. The sticky stuff tends to collect on the hair, making it more likely to fall into your eyes.

Take a shower.

If you wake up in the middle of the night with a coughing, sneezing allergy attack, a hot shower may wash off any pollen residues you've collected on your body throughout the day, says Furukawa. The warm water will also relax you and help you go back to sleep, he adds.

Wear sunglasses.

On a windy day in pollen season, a pair of sunglasses may help shield your eyes from airborne allergens, according to O'Connell. For extra protection, try a pair of sunglasses with side shields or even a pair of goggles.

Beware of the air.

"Air pollution may augment allergies and may actually induce people to have allergies," Montanaro says. He recommends staying outside as little as possible on smoggy days or wearing a surgical mask, especially if you exercise outside. "The mask won't remove everything, but it will help," he adds.


Make your house a no-smoking zone.

"Don't allow smoking in your house or apartment," O'Connell says. Tobacco smoke is a notorious irritant, either causing or aggravating respiratory allergies.

Keep the windows shut.

Most Americans, except for those who have jobs that keep them outdoors, spend most of their time inside. During pollen season, this can be a terrific advantage for those with pollen allergies, according to O'Connell. "The bottom line, for pollen allergies, is keeping the windows shut," he says. "Closed windows will keep pollen out of the house or apartment. For pollen sufferers, during the pollen season, there is really no such thing as fresh air." Air purifiers may help eliminate indoor pollen, but they tend to stir up dust, he adds.

[To Be Continued]


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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Forthcoming Events-Festivals-26-30-November-2011

Forthcoming Events-Festivals-26-30-November-2011






Jyeshtha till 22:37, Sukarman yoga till 12:14,


पुष्पदंत जन्म-तप कल्याणक


चंद्र दर्शन


Saturday, Sukla Pratipat till 8:34, Sukla Dwitiya till 5:53*,


Bava karana till 8:34, Balava karana till 19:10, Kaulava karana till 5:53*,


Varjya: 5:51 - 7:18, 6:05* - 7:34*, Durmuhurta: 7:10 - 7:51, 7:51 - 8:31,


Sunrise at 7:10, Sunset at 17:19,


Moonrise at 8:05, Moonset at 18:27, Moon in Sc till 22:37


RahuK: 10:10 - 11:40, GulikaK: 7:10 - 8:40, YamaG: 14:40 - 16:10,


अगहन -शुक्ल -एकम (1)


नवीन चन्द्र-दर्शन, मार्तण्ड भैरव षड्रात्र प्रारंभ (महाराष्ट्र)


Sunday, Sukla Tritiya till 3:46*,


Sunrise at 7:11, Sunset at 17:18,


Moola till 21:00, Dhriti yoga till 8:54, Soola yoga till 6:02*,


Taitula karana till 16:45, Garija karana till 3:46*,


Varjya: 6:05 - 7:34, 4:41* - 6:13*, Durmuhurta: 15:57 - 16:38,


Moonrise at 9:10, Moonset at 19:28, Moon in Sg (whole day)


RahuK: 17:41 - 19:11, GulikaK: 16:11 - 17:41, YamaG: 13:11 - 14:41,


इस्लामी हिजरी सन् 1433 शुरू (मुस.), व्यातिपात महापात दिन 2.40 से रात्रि 2.52 बजे तक, First Sunday in advent (Christian)


मुहर्रम मास प्रारंभ


अगहन -शुक्ल -द्वितीया (2)


RahuK: 8:42 - 10:12, GulikaK: 14:42 - 16:12, YamaG: 11:42 - 13:12,


Moonrise at 10:06, Moonset at 20:31, Moon in Sg till 1:53*


Monday, Sukla Chaturthi till 2:20*,


Varjya: 3:57* - 5:32*, Durmuhurta: 11:55 - 12:35, 14:37 - 15:17,


Vanija karana till 14:57, Vishti karana till 2:20*,


Poorvashadha till 20:01, Ganda yoga till 3:42*,


अगहन -शुक्ल-तृतीया-चतुर्थी (3-4)


विनायकी चतुर्थी (चं..रा.8.41)


Sunrise at 7:12, Sunset at 17:18,


वरदविनायक चतुर्थी व्रत


Moonrise at 10:56, Moonset at 21:34, Moon in Cp (whole day)


RahuK: 16:13 - 17:43, GulikaK: 13:13 - 14:43, YamaG: 10:13 - 11:43,


Tuesday, Sukla Panchami till 1:39*,


Uttarashadha till 19:46, Vriddhi yoga till 1:59*,


Varjya: 23:52 - 1:30*, Durmuhurta: 9:14 - 9:54, 13:56 - 14:37,


अगहन -शुक्ल-चतुर्थी (4)


Sunrise at 7:13, Sunset at 17:18,


विवाह पंचमी, श्री पंचमी


विवाह पंचमी, श्रीसीता-राम विवाहोत्सव (मिथिलांचल, अयोध्या), विहार पंचमी-श्रीबांकेबिहारी का प्राकट्योत्सव (वृंदावन), नागपंचमी (दक्षिण भारत)


Bava karana till 13:53, Balava karana till 1:39*,


Wednesday, Sukla Shashthi till 1:46*,


Moonrise at 11:37, Moonset at 22:35, Moon in Cp (whole day)


Sunrise at 7:14, Sunset at 17:18,


Varjya: 0:31* - 2:12*, Durmuhurta: 11:56 - 12:36,


RahuK: 13:14 - 14:44, GulikaK: 11:44 - 13:14, YamaG: 8:44 - 10:14,


Sravanam till 20:18, Dhruva yoga till 0:54*,


अगहन -शुक्ल-पंचमी (5)


चम्पाषष्ठी, मूलकरूपिणी षष्ठी (बंगाल), स्कन्द (कुमार) षष्ठी व्रत, श्रीअन्नपूर्णा माता का धान से शृंगार (काशी)


भक्त नरसी मेहता .


चंपा षष्ठी, स्कन्ध षष्ठी


Kaulava karana till 13:36, Taitula karana till 1:46*,



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