Free science Kindle books for 20 Dec 18

How Solar Energy Make You Wealthy

by Ry. Taner

This book will teach you how to become more wealthy by using different techniques and simple renewable solar energy in our home, offices etc….



Simple Keto Diet Cookbook: Easy Keto Recipes for Pizza, Sandwiches, Pates, Desserts and Snacks

by Dana Patton

Do you know how to lose weight without feeling hungry? Can you imagine, food with high-fat content that will be tasty and healthy at the same time?

            After all these years, here’s the answer you’ve been looking for. This book is filled with easy to prepare and delicious keto diet recipes.

            But the most important thing is that this book will allow you not to give up your favorite pizza or burgers and you switch to the keto diet easily.

In this book, you can find:

  • detailed instructions for preparing keto pizza crust with pictures and useful tips, as well as pizza recipes;
  • detailed instructions for cooking almond bread with photos and explanations of its healthy properties;
  • recipes for various keto sandwiches;
  • detailed instructions for making flaxseed bread with pictures and explanations of its healthy properties;
  • detailed instructions for making keto bread made from peanut butter;
  • keto pates recipes;
  • keto desserts recipes.


All the World’s Birds 2019: Interactive Checklist SOUTH-WEST INDIA: DUCKS, GEESE AND SWANS to FINCHES, EUPHONIAS (All the World’s Birds 2019: Interactive Checklists Book 2)

by Charles R Stubbs

A key challenge facing birders when visiting an unfamiliar part of the world is working out which species they have a chance of connecting with during their visit. Regional field guides, of course, are indispensable, but they have a number of shortcomings:
– they are published and updated infrequently, meaning they cannot provide the latest information about species, regional distribution etc
– they are generally inclusive, meaning they describe every bird species that has been recorded in the region, leaving the reader to sift through the vagrants, casuals and irruptive species that visiting birders are a lot less likely to encounter

To save birdwatchers the trouble of trawling through online information to supplement the details in their regional field guides, the Interactive Checklist series of Companion Guides provides a set of checklists of regularly occurring species for local areas. Two early titles in this series are:

All the World’s Birds 2019: Interactive Checklist SRI LANKA
This eBook – All the World’s Birds 2019: Interactive Checklist SOUTH-WEST INDIA

Other eBooks cover all the recognized species in the IOC bird list, divided into 12 parts. The first two available books in the All the World’s Birds PART-BY-PART series are:

PART ONE: Ostriches to Anhingas, Darters
PART TWO: New World Vultures to Auks

A third series of Companion Guides looks at WORLD REGIONs, giving more detailed information about the regular occurrence of species in each region. A fourth â??Focus on’ series of Companion Guides looks in detail at geographical regions of the world, examining which birds are regularly present in various parts of each region. The first two titles cover Indian Subcontinent.

To see all currently available Companion Guide titles, search for ATWB in Amazon Books.

Throughout the series of Companion Guides, of which this current guide forms a part, the English names and scientific names of birds are derived from The IOC World Bird List, an open access resource maintained by the International Ornithological Congress (IOC). At the time of publication of this guide the IOC bird list is hosted on a dedicated World Bird Names website, which provides access to the list in various different formats.

The IOC bird list is updated semiannually. The version of the IOC bird list that is used in the current version of this guide is Version 8.2, published July 2018.

Gill, F & D Donsker (Eds). 2018. IOC World Bird List (v 8.2). doi : 10.14344/IOC.ML.8.2.

This Interactive Checklist eBook has a number of important features, including:
– A listing of all the bird species that are regularly present in SOUTH-WEST INDIA
– An indication of where within the Indian Subcontinent region each bird family and species can be found in its native state
– Spotlighted species that have a restricted range within Indian Subcontinent, or a restricted worldwide range

The key feature of all eBooks in the Companion Guide series is the way you can quickly and simply access relevant, up to date online information about every featured bird species. If your reading device is connected to the internet, a single click will take you to a search results page for a species, from where you can continue to search for additional information to whatever level of detail you desire.

Within this Companion Guide you will find the following sections:
CHECKLIST – a list of all birds that are recognized as species in the IOC bird list and which are regularly present either in sw India or off the sw India coast
TAXONOMIC LIST – taxonomic details of these birds, showing each species’ order, family, genus and scientific name
SPOTLIGHTED BIRDS – country, local and regional endemics, plus selected specialty birds that have a restricted range within Indian Subcontinent
QUICK REFERENCE – follow the links to find birds based on their common English names

Happy armchair birding!



Cancer Sells: Rise above media seduction and step towards the real cancer truth: Common Thoughs From Common Sense (Kindle Publishing Series Book 1)

by S M Preston

Cancer affects us all at some point in our lives. Whether it’s us that suffer or we see family or friends wither away from the fallout of this terrible affliction, the result from having cancer is always the same “devastating” treatment is intrusive and more often than not the ultimate price is paid.
We all dread the word cancer and generally, we don’t hold out much hope of survival regardless of the groundbreaking breakthrough claims coming from the researchers of cancer. Breakthroughs only ever seem to be about cancer detection and managment but never about cause or cure.
Surprisingly the biggest breakthrough in understanding cancer will not be coming from the researchers of cancer it’s NOW coming from millions and millions of people across the world who are saying enough is enough “We’re going to make our own cancer breakthrough”



Manage Adult ADHD : Adult ADHD Signs and Symptoms to Manage and Control Adult ADHD: ADHA Workbook For ADHD Entrepreneurs ( Adult ADHA Cures and Treatment) … ADHD ( Adult ADHA Cures and Treatment) 1)

by Joshua Osenga

Manage Adult ADHD: Adult ADHD Signs and Symptoms to Manage and Control Adult ADHD

Manage Adult ADHD: Adult ADHA Signs and Symptoms to Manage and Control Adult ADHD is a book that gives a summary on the causes and symptoms of adult ADHD. It will help you understand that ADHD is not a problem that cannot be solved nor is it a character flaw. You will also learn how ADHD progresses from childhood to adulthood.

ADHD is a serious and complex condition â?? but the good news is that it is not hopeless. The symptoms and signs of ADHD may be troublesome and give you an uncomfortable life but if you learn to control and manage these symptoms, you can enjoy the various aspects of your personal, domestic, and work life as well as your relationships.

People may have labeled you dumb, lazy, insensitive, or irresponsible. But remember that you are not any of those things and you can change how people see you. You do not have to cope â?? you can rise above the challenging behavior and overcome obstacles.You will find helpful tips and self-help strategies for you to handle the various symptoms of ADHD such as hyperactivity, disorganization, insensitivity, impulsiveness, and other emotional complexities.

Implementing strategies like having a healthy diet, cultivating relationships, dealing with moods, and becoming organized at home and at work can help you become a better person.

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All the Worldâ??s Birds 2019: A Companion Guide – SOUTH AMERICA/MIDDLE AMERICA VOLUME 1: NON-PASSERINES: RHEAS to AFRICAN & NEW WORLD PARROTS (All the World’s … A Companion Guide – WORLD REGIONS Book 3)

by Charles R Stubbs

The understanding of bird species and how they are grouped into families has changed rapidly since the introduction of DNA analysis. So much so that it is difficult to keep up with all the newly identified species and revisions to interrelationships of families.

The aim of this eBook, which is one of a series that together provide a Companion Guide to all the world’s bird species, is to help birders and bird lovers gain a better appreciation of these changes.

Use this eBook to explore and to improve your knowledge of birds from the comfort of your home. Take your reading device with you when you go away on birding trips, and connect it to the internet for quick access to information about each species whenever you need it.

The first four available books in the WORLD REGIONS series are:

All the World’s Birds 2019: A Companion Guide
OCEANS
WESTERN PALEARCTIC
SOUTH AMERICA/MIDDLE AMERICA
This eBook – VOLUME 1: NON-PASSERINES
VOLUME 2: SUBOSCINE PASSERINES

Other eBooks cover all the recognized species in the IOC bird list, divided into 12 parts. The first two available books in the All the World’s Birds PART-BY-PART series are:
PART ONE: Ostriches to Anhingas, Darters
PART TWO: New World Vultures to Auks

A third series (the â??Focus on’ series) looks in more detail at a geographical region of the world, examining which birds are regularly present in various parts of the region.

Lastly, a fourth series of ATWB Companion Guides presents a set of interactive checklists of regularly occurring species for local areas where birdwatchers are likely to be visiting. The first two available titles in this series are:
All the World’s Birds 2019: Interactive Checklist
SRI LANKA
SOUTH-WEST INDIA

Throughout the series of Companion Guides, of which this current guide forms a part, the English names and scientific names of birds are derived from The IOC World Bird List, an open access resource maintained by the International Ornithological Congress (IOC). At the time of publication of this guide the IOC bird list is hosted on a dedicated World Bird Names website, which provides access to the list in various different formats.

The IOC bird list is updated semiannually. The version of the IOC bird list that is used in the current version of this guide is Version 8.2, published July 2018.

Gill, F & D Donsker (Eds). 2018. IOC World Bird List (v 8.2). doi : 10.14344/IOC.ML.8.2.

This Companion Guide has a number of important features, including:
– A listing of all the Non-Passerine bird species that are regularly present in the SOUTH AMERICA/MIDDLE AMERICA world region
– An indication of where in the world each bird family and species can be found in its native state
– Indications of restricted ranges within the SOUTH AMERICA/MIDDLE AMERICA world region
– Spotlighted species that have a restricted worldwide range

The key feature of all eBooks in the Companion Guide series is the way you can quickly and simply access relevant, up to date online information about every featured bird species. If your reading device is connected to the internet, a single click will take you to a search results page for a species, from where you can continue to search for additional information to whatever level of detail you desire.

Within this Companion Guide you will find the following sections:
REGION LIST – check which Non-Passerine species occur regularly within the SOUTH AMERICA/MIDDLE AMERICA world region
SOUTH AMERICA/MIDDLE AMERICA SUB-REGIONS – an overview of the continental regions, states, islands and marine areas that make up the world region
TAXONOMIC LIST – showing each species’ order, family, genus and scientific name
SPOTLIGHTED BIRDS – country and local endemics, plus selected regional endemics
QUICK REFERENCE – follow the links to find birds based on their common English names

Happy armchair birding!



Delicious Recipes to Prevent DIABETES

by Cynthia Rose

This book includes simple and delicious recipes for reducing your risk for diabetes. If you already have diabetes, consult your doctor before trying out these recipes.



Surf, Flood, Fire & Mud: How the strongest El Niño ever led to years of extremes, and what this means going forward.

by Nathan Cool

Forecast Meteorologist Nathan Cool tells the story of how record-breaking ocean waves, weather and winds â?? starting in 2015 from the strongest El Niño ever recorded â?? carved a path of destruction, which persisted over the next few years. Once colossal waves crashed the shores of Hawaii and the west coast of the U.S., floods soon followed, setting the stage for California’s worst fire season and devastating mudslides. Far from being a one-off occurrence, a years-long ripple effect had devastatingly fatal consequences. But the reasons why may surprise you.

Nathan weaves science into thrilling yet often tragic stories of how storms and cycles that brought the biggest waves ever surfed also caused destruction that wiped out homes, blocked roadways, burned livestock, and buried people alive. All the while, it wasn’t just nature that went awry; numerous mistakes were made by officials overseeing the safety of their communities, exacerbating tragedies that unfolded.

Recounting storms play-by-play from their origins to their final, and often fatal destinations, Nathan tells the true stories of not just what happened from El Niño and its years-long aftermath, but also why so many were affected. Nathan’s latest book shows how this trend has happened before, and how it will happen again, from the sometimes deceiving yet destructive nature of Surf, Flood, Fire & Mud.



Home Remedies to Treat and Prevent EARACHE

by Patricia Moore

The ear has three major parts: the outer (the ear lobe and ear canal), middle (the small space just behind the eardrum), and inner ear (the fluid-filled structures that convert mechanical vibrations into nerve impulses). Problems in the inner ear cause disturbances in hearing and balance, but not pain. Dental problems (including teething in kids) can cause pain that appears to come from the ear. Disturbance and infection of the outer ear hurt.

Bacterial and fungal infections in the ear canal (that usually happen to swimmers) cause itching, redness, a feeling of fullness in the ear canal, diminished hearing, and increasing pain. Antibiotic eardrops fight bacterial infection; antifungal drops kill fungi; and steroid eardrops can reduce swelling. The primary cause of middle ear pain is a pressure differential between the middle ear and throat.
Earaches during childhood usually originate from middle ear infection. By the age of five, most of children have had at least one episode. Here’s what actually happens. The Eustachian tube connects the middle ear, which is normally an air-filled space, with the throat. Somethingâ?? cigarette smoke, bacteria, viruses, or allergensâ??causes swelling in the Eustachian tube. Swelling blocks the tube, which traps microbes that entered from the throat. The microbes multiply. Accumulating fluid (from infection and inflammation) creates pressure against the eardrum, which hurts. Infants and small children are more susceptible because their Eustachian tubes are shorter, more horizontal, and floppier, making collapse and obstruction of the tube easier. The symptoms of a middle ear infection include irritability, fever, batting or pulling at the ear, difficulty sleeping, decreased hearing, loss of balance, decreased appetite, and discharge from the ear. Blood-tinged pus exiting the ear is a sign that the eardrum has ruptured. Often the pain immediately settles down. The eardrum usually heals itself. You should see the doctor, just in case.
Unless recommended by your doctor, do not put eardrops into the ear canal if you suspect a ruptured eardrum. Doing so could further infect or irritate the now-exposed middle ear. If the doctor prescribes an antibiotic or steroid eardrop, by all means use it. Doctors diagnose outer and middle ear infections by examining the ear with a lighted instrument called an otoscope. To prevent children’s middle ear infections, it helps to stay current on immunizations, particularly the Haemophilus influenza type b (Hib), seasonal influenza virus, and pneumococcal conjugate vaccines.
Additionally, stay away from tobacco smoke. It damages the immune system and inflames the respiratory linings. Inflammation and swelling in the Eustachian tube can obstruct it, which increases the risk of middle ear infection. You can try out these home remedies to prevent and treat minor ear problems.



Home remedies to Prevent and Manage High Blood Pressure

by Cynthia Moore

High blood pressure is often referred to as the “silent killer”, and for good reason. This sly disease shows no signs or symptoms until major damage is done. The first indication might be a heart attack or strokeâ??the top causes of death in the United States. Around 65 million Americans have high blood pressure, or hypertension. The rate is predominantly high in African Americans. Also, despite similar treatment, blood pressure less often returned to normal in African Americans.
Blood pressure has two readings, measured in millimeters of mercury (abbreviated “mm Hg”). The top number indicates systolic pressureâ??the highest pressure attained when the heart contracts. The bottom number indicates diastolic pressureâ??the lowest pressure right before the heart contracts again. For a perfectly healthy person, systolic pressure is lower than 120 mm Hg and diastolic pressure is lower than 80 mm Hg.
Pre-hypertension is defined as a systolic blood pressure between 120 and 139 or diastolic blood pressure between 80 and 89 mm Hg. The threshold for hypertension begins at 140 systolic, 90 diastolic. Hypertension damages arteries and strains the heart. Pressure in the arteries is caused by the force of the heart’s contraction, the volume of blood, and the thinness and rigidity of the arteries. With age, arteries lose elasticity.
Atherosclerosis, a condition where fat gets deposited in the arterial walls, can both lead to and result from hypertension. Other outcomes of hypertension can be heart diseases, strokes, kidney damage, and blinding eye diseases.
Lifestyle changes can help reduce blood pressure. They include:
1.Reducing dietary salt
2.Eating a plant-based diet
3.Quitting smoking
4.Exercising regularly
5.Losing excess weight
6.Managing stress
Doctors also prescribe medications: diuretics to increase water loss in urine, beta blockers to slow down the heart, and other medications intended to dilate the arteries. If you’re taking a prescription medication to lower blood pressure, do not stopâ??not before a discussion with your doctor. None of the remedies in this bl is intended as a replacement for standard medical care.



Home Remedies to Support the Immune System

by Emily Morgan

Microorganisms are everywhereâ??in the soil, water, and air. Each and every human is colonized by billions of bacteria and fungi. The bacteria carpeting our intestinal tract alone are almost ten times greater in number as compared to total number of cells on our body. Luckily, most of these tiny organisms assist us by producing vitamins, outcompeting disease-causing microbes, and assisting with immune function. However, a large number of microbesâ?? viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and wormsâ?? can make us sick. These disease causing organisms are everywhere, and the only reason why we aren’t sick all the time is our immune system.
This complex connection of organs, cells, and molecules guards us from anything foreign and potentially harmful: “bad” microbes, cancer cells, splinters, toxic chemicals. Normally, our immune systems do not attack harmless pollen, animal dander, and our normal cells. But allergies and autoimmune diseases do occur. Certain people find it harder to maintain a healthy immune system than others do. Elderly people usually have weak immune defense.
Chronic sleep deficiency causes disparities in the immune system and results in increased inflammation. Chronic stress overload also weakens immune system function. Certain medications (corticosteroids and chemotherapy) and procedures (radiation therapy) also weaken the immune system. Surgical procedures stress the body and also increase the risk for infection. Finally, some diseases either present at birth or acquired later (AIDS, mononucleosis, leukemia, and diabetes) harm the immune system.
Fortunately, a host of simple lifestyle choices and a few nutritional supplements can greatly boost your immune system. Taking care of yourself is key. Try out the remedies in this book and see the difference.



Gesundheit und Immunsystem stärken durch Beseitigung von Darmproblemen mittels Mikrobiom Diät: Alles Darm? (German Edition)

by Wolfgang Fellenberg

BEGINNE JETZT, wenn du GESUND und FIT sein möchtest

Stärke jetzt deine Gesundheit und dein Immunsystem

  • Du willst endlich verstehen, weshalb dein Körper gesundheitliche Beeinträchtigungen aufweist?
  • Du möchtest begreifen, warum die Psyche temporär in die Schieflage gerät?
  • Du willst erfahren, weshalb dein Körpergewicht zunehmend schwerer zu regulieren ist?
  • Du wünschst dir, dabei keine Diät machen zu müssen?
  • Du möchtest aus dem Dauerfrust rauskommen?
  • Du möchtest dich endlich wieder in deinem Körper wohlfühlen?

Dann ist dieser Ratgeber genau das richtige Buch für dich!
Viele kennen es: Immer wieder ist man mit Krankheiten konfrontiert, die einen in Beschlag nehmen. Die regelmä�ige Erkältung, die eine oder andere Allergie, oftmals Beschwerden im Verdauungstrakt, entzündliche Prozesse im Körper u.v.a.m. Sehr oft ist auch die Psyche angeschlagen. Und ein Hadern mit dem Körpergewicht ist vielen nicht unbekannt.
Die sogenannte Mikrobiom Diät ist keine Diät, bei der mit irgendwelchen Kalorien oder Nährwerten hantiert wird.
Es ist einerseits das vermittelte Wissen, das unsere Darmflora ein eigenständiges �kosystem ist, die in Wechselwirkung mit dem Körper steht. Der Zustand unserer Darmflora ist entscheidend für unsere gesundheitliche Verfassung. Und andererseits stehen in diesem Kontext die vermittelten Informationen, die mit wenigen Veränderungen in der Ernährung eine nachhaltige Verbesserung der eigenen gesundheitlichen Situation herstellen.
Nebeneffekt sind auch ein gesundes Hautbild und für viel auch sehr wohltuend: Das Gewicht pendelt sich auf das Idealgewicht ein.

Der Schlüssel für unsere Gesundheit besteht im Wissen über das Mikrobiom in unserem Darm.

Dieses Buch gibt genau die Informationen, die einfach im Alltag umzusetzen sind.

Ich freue mich mit dir, dass du die Schlüsselinformationen in der Hand hast, um die gesundheitliche Stabilität wieder herzustellen.



Integridade ambiental da represa de Jurumirim: ictiofauna e relações ecológicas (Portuguese Edition)

by Reinaldo José da Silva

Esta obra identifica a composição da ictiofauna da Represa de Jurumirim, reconhecendo os diferentes padrões reprodutivos de seus peixes, incluindo das espécies migradoras. Analisa também a dieta das espécies e a comunidade de parasitas associada aos peixes dessa área, compreendida pelo Braço do Ribeirão dos Veados e as zonas de desembocaduras dos rios Paranapanema e Taquari.



Tópicos em malacologia médica (Portuguese Edition)

by Frederico Simões Barbosa

Objetiva resgatar o valioso conhecimento produzido no campo específico da malacologia médica e conta com a contribuição de uma salutar diversidade de especialistas brasileiros que se encontram trabalhando em uma área de intersecção entre o que poderia se chamar de biologia pura e ecologia aplicada ao controle de planorbídeos. Indica caminhos atraentes para o desenvolvimento de pesquisas, principalmente na área básica: morfologia e sistemática, fisiologia, embriologia e relações molusco/parasita. Destina-se não somente aos estudiosos em moluscos; também àqueles interessados em parasitologia, ecologia de ambientes límnicos, ecologia e controle de vetores, técnicos e epidemiólogos envolvidos em programas de controle da esquistossomose.



Apropriação social da ciência e da tecnologia: contribuições para uma agenda (Portuguese Edition)

by Maria Cristina Piumbato Innocentini Hayashi

A ciência e a tecnologia na contemporaneidade condicionam a organização social e as formas existentes e emergentes de desigualdade e exclusão tanto em cada sociedade como entre sociedades e regiões do mundo. Os contextos de acesso e apropriação do conhecimento científico e tecnológico são diversificados, como diferenciados são os públicos que se constituem em relação com esses contextos e modos de acesso e de apropriação. Os textos desta coletânea problematizam sob diferentes aspectos as questões críticas para a compreensão e aplicação do conceito de apropriação social do conhecimento científico e tecnológico.



Ancient Astronauts: Discerning Facts from Myths (Unexplained Mysteries & Paranormal Phenomena Book 10)

by Conrad Bauer

Did astronauts from other parts of the Universe visit earth before? Let’s find out and discern the facts from the myths and conspiracies surrounding the Ancient Astronauts

Space is vast, but rarely do we think that time is vast, too. Are we the first to visit Earth? Are we the only ones to ever do so?

Since ancient times there have been strange stories of strange visitors from the stars. Ancient man often referred to these beings as gods and goddesses, but with a more modern perspective, many have begun to see these age-old myths and legends much differently. One of the most remarkable new interpretations is the ancient astronaut theory. This concept has received widespread attention and has gained more and more mainstream acceptance over the last few decades.

This book does not seek to convince or persuade anyone of anything; it simply takes a look at the latest findings in the field and invites you to draw your own interpretations and conclusions.

if you are fascinated by the unexplained mysteries and paranormal phenomena on our planet, you will enjoy this book

Find out about the cases of possible ancient astronaut visits to our planet including:

-In Ancient Mesopotamia
-Mentioned in the Bible
-Mentioned in the Vedas
-In Ancient Egypt and Peru
-In Ancient Greece and Rome
-In Ancient China
-In Renaissance Europe
-On the British Isles

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Desafios do planejamento na construção do SUS (Portuguese Edition)

by Washington Luiz Abreu de Jesus

Este livro é fruto de um árduo processo de pesquisa sobre os desafios do Sistema Ã?nico de Saúde (SUS) no século XXI, tempo em que as transformações – na política, na economia, na cultura – acontecem de forma extremamente rápida. Com um olhar crítico, os artigos presentes nesta obra analisam os entraves e desafios do sistema e da gestão pública de saúde no Brasil em suas inúmeras perspectivas, provendo um debate sobre a necessidade e as possibilidades de uso de instrumentos de planejamento, principalmente na construção do SUS.



Home Remedies for Sore Throat (Sore Throat Remedies, how to soothe a sore throat, sore throat home remedies, sore throat symptoms)

by LInda Roth

You know that scratchy feeling that worsens when you try to swallow. Sometimes a raw throat is the first indication of the common cold or other respiratory infection. Other agents can annoy the throat, too: hot liquids, chemicals, smoke, allergies, postnasal drip from sinusitis, and even sleeping with your mouth open.
Virusesâ??especially those associated with the common coldâ??are the most common cause of throat infection. Usually, other respiratory symptoms, such as runny nose and sneezing, come with the throat pain. Viral sore throat should get resolved on its own within a few days.
Another viral illness that begins with a sore throat is mononucleosis, a condition that characteristically strikes teens and young adults. In addition to an extremely sore throat, signs and symptoms include severe fatigue, malaise, reduced appetite, chills, fever, body aches, swollen lymph nodes in the neck, enlarged spleen, and sensitivity to light. The Epstein-Barr virus causes it. It spreads from close contact with contaminated saliva or respiratory mucus.
Throat can also be infected by Bacteria, especially Streptococcus pyogenes, the cause of strep throat. The beginning of sore throat is abrupt, with pain on swallowing, tender and swollen lymph nodes in the neck, fever, headache, and possibly nausea and vomiting (especially in children). If you are not suffering from a cold too, symptoms like a runny nose, sneezing, and cough are absent. Doctors treat strep throat with antibiotics.



Home Remedies to Treat and Prevent Fatigue

by Cynthia Morgan

Now a days, way too many people live through their day feeling weary and completely exhausted. In a survey of American workers, 38 percent reported feeling fatigued within a 15-day period. In a 2005 survey of 4,500 male and female twins, about 37 percent of the people reported extreme fatigue at some point in their lives. In addition, nearly 23 percent had experienced prolonged fatigue (longer than one month), and almost 16 percent had chronic fatigue (lasting more than six months). 75 percent of the women reported fatigue, versus 25 percent of the men. So, one could say that women are about three times as likely to feel fatigued as men. The women also started feeling fatigued at younger ages.
I’ll leave it up to our readers to figure out why women are more vulnerable, though differences in genetics, hormones, and social demands (working and caring for family) could certainly be factors. The most widespread reasons for feeling worn out are sleeping too little and being overscheduledâ??two familiar and coexisting problems in America. Another linked issue is chronic stress overload, which leads to burnout (emotional detachment, apathy, and low energy). Ill-advised yet common solutions to coping with stress by eating junk food, smoking, or drinking heavily only aggravate the problem.
Fatigue can be physical, mental, and emotional. Monotonous activities can tire you out. If you have a more intense workout than usual, you’ll feel physically depleted. If you’ve been brainstorming for hours, your head will feel fuzzy. Staring endlessly at a computer screen fatigues the eyes. If you’ve been upset or have been consoling someone else, you may feel emotionally exhausted.
The answer to overdoing it is to give yourself breaks. Fatigue is a common reaction to straining yourself. If you feel better after you relax and get a good night’s sleep, you’re okay. Nonetheless, you should take care not to wear yourself out very often. A number of medical conditions can also cause permanent physical fatigue unrelieved by rest, including the following:
1.Anemia makes you tired because your red blood cells aren’t carrying sufficient oxygen.
2.Acute infections are often accompanied by fatigue, as well as other symptoms (e.g., body aches, sore throat, cough, vomiting, and diarrhea).
3.Chronic infectious diseases such as AIDS, viral hepatitis, mononucleosis, and Lyme disease are also exhausting.
4.Sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, and narcolepsy cause daytime sleepiness.
5.Psychological disorders, particularly depression, interfere with sleep and lead to daytime fatigue.
6.Other chronic diseases associated with fatigue are diabetes, heart failure, hypothyroidism, chronic obstructive lung disease, cancer, adrenal insufficiency, and celiac disease (or other conditions that impair intestinal function).
7. Surgery, even a minor procedure, can set a body back.
8.Pregnancy, while not a disease, shifts hormones and puts new demands on the body.
9.Medications such as antihistamines, some antidepressants, chemotherapy, and some blood pressure medications cause sedation or fatigue. (If you take a medication that has sapped your energy, discuss the matter with your doctor. Please don’t abruptly stop a prescription medication on your own.

Fatigue can actually be prevented and cured very easily. The remedies in this book are the ones that work best. Good luck!!



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