• Do This Easy Exercise To Boost Saggy Breasts-Try For A Month And See For Yourself

    Sagging breasts are many women problem. Some doctors says that sagging breasts appear because skin loses elasticity. Factors that can cause this problem are: aging, smoking, pregnancy and being overweight.

    Well, we all know that we can stop the time to stop aging but we can put other factors under control. If you need ways to organically enhance the appearance of your chest, then you are at the right place!

    Here we have some natural remedies:

    1. Exercises

    Exercising is the best way to repair connective tissue and muscles around the breasts. Search Home Remedy recommends these exercises as the most effective:

    1.1.Chest Press.

    Lie on back and put a dumbbell in each hand. Extend your arms up and hold for 10 seconds. It works the pectoral muscles.

    1.2.Arm Raise.

    This is a simple arm raise and is for an extended stretch .Stand with your feet apart and then reach straight up. This exercise stretches your body in preparation for a workout.


    Start this exercise on your stomach ,push your body up and don’t forget to keep your back straight. The weight of your body will strengthen the chest muscles.

    2. Olive Oil Massage

    Top 10 Home Remedies recommends an olive oil massage to repair skin tone and texture and also to improve the appearance of sagging breasts. Antioxidants from the oil can repair the damage made by free radicals.
    All you need to do is massaging your breasts with olive oil for 15 minutes a few times per week.

    3. Good Posture

    Carry your body straight so you will make a positive impact the appearance of your chest. An article from Organic Facts,says that hunching your shoulders don’t support your breasts so they droop with the shape of your body, which greatly contributes to the dreaded sag.

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  • Boil Bananas Before Bed, Drink The Liquid And You Will Not Believe What Happens To Your Sleep!

     Sleep is so essential to your general well-being. Without getting a good night’s rest, you have a risk of weakness, sickness, depression, hypertension and low energy.

    Sleep is the point at which your mind has sufficient time to “energize” and process your everyday activities. It is likewise when your body concentrates on recouping and rejuvenating your different systems.
    As a bedtime snack you can try banana and cinnamon tea.
    Why bananas?
    In terms of offering you some assistance with getting quality sleep, bananas are a fantastic wellspring of potassium and magnesium, both of which have been connected to enhance sleep in different studies. These minerals help your muscles and veins unwind and destroy the negative impacts of an excess of cortisol (anxiety).
    Why cinnamon?
    Other than the way that it adds a pleasant flavor to the tea, cinnamon is a characteristic warming tonic that alleviates your body and promotes relaxation. It likewise assists with circulation and digestion, which may interfere with great rest if not flowing properly.
    • One raw banana
    • One liter of water
    • Pinch of cinnamon (optional)

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  • 5 amazing health benefits of fruits on your skin and hair

    1. Banana:
    Banana is extremely nourishing for the skin, because it contains Vitamins B and C and is a rich source of potassium. In fact, potassium helps to soften the skin. It also tightens and tones the skin. Bananas can be made into a pulp and applied on the skin, or added to face packs.

    2. Apples:
    Apples are wonderful skin toners, helping to tighten the skin and stimulate blood circulation to the skin surface. Apples also have anti-oxidant properties. Raw apple pulp or apple juice can be applied on the skin daily. Apple cider vinegar has great benefits for the hair, helping to restore the normal balance of the scalp and preventing scalp problems, including dandruff.

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    It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have proven its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers. For old and serious diseases as well as modern illnesses the water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese medical society as a 100% cure for the following diseases:

    Headache, body ache, heart system, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, excess fatness, bronchitis asthma, TB, meningitis, kidney and urine diseases, vomiting, gastritis, diarrhea, piles, diabetes, constipation, all eye diseases, womb, cancer and menstrual disorders, ear nose and throat diseases.

    1. As you wake up in the morning before brushing teeth, drink 4 x 160ml glasses of water

    2. Brush and clean the mouth but do not eat or drink anything for 45 minute

    3.. After 45 minutes you may eat and drink as normal.

    4. After 15 minutes of breakfast, lunch and dinner do not eat or drink anything for 2 hours

    5. Those who are old or sick and are unable to drink 4 glasses of water at the beginning may commence by taking little water and gradually increase it to 4 glasses per day.

    6. The above method of treatment will cure diseases of the sick and others can enjoy a healthy life.

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    A friend of mine was horrified last week when her 14 year-old niece told her that peeing after s$x could prevent pregnancy. They argued for a bit until her niece triumphantly said that she had proof because she has been peeing after unprotected s*x with her boyfriend for months and she isn’t pregnant. So there!

    The niece was promptly marched off to the doctor for a firm conversation about s$x, contraception and safety, but wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could just write that off as one spectacularly misinformed kid? Don’t you wish we could confidently tell ourselves that most 14 year-olds aren’t sexually active and even if they were, they would know more than my friend’s niece?

    Well we can’t. I’ve known my friend’s niece for years. She’s at a good school, has loving (if very conservative) parents and should know better.

    That she didn’t is not nearly as unusual as we might think.

    About one quarter of kids in year 10 are sexually active, by the time they reach year 12 that figure doubles. Less than half of those kids are using condoms. More than half are sexually active for at least a year before they visit a doctor to talk about contraception. I could fill several pages with terrifying statistics, but I think you probably get the general idea: teenagers are having s$x and they are not doing it safely.

    Catherine Manning is the CEO of Melbourne’s SEED (Self-Esteem,Education and Development), and regularly facilitates workshops with teenagers on sexuality and consent. She was saddened but not shocked when I recounted my friend’s conversation with her niece. She told me that she has often heard such claims from young teenagers.

    “Kids don’t have the level of understanding about s&x and sexuality that we imagine they do. Schools and parents seem to think that teenagers are much more aware of this stuff than they actually are, that they can find it on the internet and don’t need to have those conversations with adults. It’s simply not true. The information is certainly there, and sites like Birdee are great resource, but kids don’t go looking for the information until something goes wrong. By then the horse has bolted. Schools are teaching the mechanics, or at least they’re supposed to, but clearly the message isn’t getting through to everyone.”

    School curriculums vary across all the states and territories in Australia, but most schools are supposed to at least teach the basics about sex. Parental consent is required in some states, which presents the horrifying possibility that the kids least likely to receive sex-ed at home are prevented from learning about it at school.

    But, as my friend and Catherine Manning found out, even the kids who are present in s&x-ed classes are not learning even the most basic information, let alone the more complex stuff about consent, respect, enjoyment and protection from disease.

    I’ve had those awkward conversations with my own kids (the one that really stands out is my nine year-old asking me what oral sx was. I told her and she didn’t believe me; we’re both still scarred by that conversation).

    I’m fairly confident they understand how it all works, but I probably need to go back and check. Because I’m also guilty of complacency. I mean, I’m knowledgeable, articulate and write regularly about feminist issues, so of course my kids know all that stuff, right?

    But now I think about it, we haven’t talked a lot about it over the last few years. What have they been told by their friends since then? How much of what I told them do they remember? How much do they think I got wrong? How much of the stuff that is really important did they dismiss as things that don’t matter?

    And the most frightening questions of all: Are they doing something that could endanger them because they don’t know all the things they should know?

    And will they tell me about it if they are?



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