Do Urinary Tract Infection Home Remedies Work?
With the increasing occurrence of ‘super bugs’ people are becoming increasingly concerned about urinary tract infections. Once upon a time you only become infected with a super bug if you were in hospital, but now there is evidence of people becoming infected outside the hospital system which is concerning for people who unfortunately contract a UTI.
Fortunately there are natural home remedies which are able to eliminate urinary tract infections and they don’t have the nasty side effects like antibiotics do.
Speaking of antibiotics – the problem with antibiotics are they tend to kill all bacteria in your system – even the good probiotics you need for good health. Whenever you take antibiotics your system virtually has to start from scratch building up it’s supply of probiotics, of good bacteria.
If you are one of those unlucky people who suffers regular recurring UTI’s then we suggest you explore some of the very effective home remedies for UTI which are available these days.We recommend this home remedy for urinary tract infection.
MpowRX Snoring Device
How bad does your partners snoring have to get before you would try to burn the house down while they were sleeping? Snoring can often be more distressing for the ‘non-snoring’ partner who is constantly kept awake by the person next to them making noise which seems to you like it could be used as a fire alarm… you know that sound that rises to an excruitiating high pitch and then slowly dies down, only to start again a few moments later.
You know how tired you get if you miss a few hours sleep – well what if you were deprived of sleep night after night… it can lead to some drastic action as it was reported in a paper in Salt Lake City recently. Here is the article -
Man upset with wife’s snoring set her clothes on fire, police say
SALT LAKE CITY — A man was charged Thursday with setting fire to his wife’s clothing because he was upset about her snoring.
Bryce Ray Whitaker, 60, was charged in 3rd District Court with aggravated arson, a first-degree felony.
Whitaker told police he and his wife had been arguing Sunday about “her snoring and her stuff.” When his wife went to take a nap, he lit a pair of her pants and a box on fire, the charges state. When the fire got out of control, he roused his wife, who was sleeping in the basement.
Police responded to Whitaker’s home at 828 S. Park Street to investigate the fire, determining it began in the northwest corner of the home. Whitaker told police he used the gas stove to light a long tapered candle, then ignited the blaze.
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Can’t People Leave Them Alone…
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Saw this article which found that nearly 30% of people use their smartphones to catch up on emails or working from bed via their phones.
Surely we all spend enough time working these days that we don’t need to work whilst in bed. Is it any wonder stress related illnesses are on the increase – we don’t give ourselves enough time to ‘chill out’ from work.
For a lot of people there is that curiosity factor – did that person respond to my email, how did the share price end up, but is it so important that we have to check those sorts of things from bed.
I consider it a sad reflection on life that we have to take our work to bed.
Anyway here is the article..
Smartphones spark the rise of working from bed
By Daniel Hunter
Can’t sleep? Are you one of the 29% of people who look at emails and catch up on work whilst lying in bed? These are the statistics released byInfosecurity Europe who polled 1000 commuters in London and found that almost a third of people work in bed with 15% tapping away at their computers or smartphones at the same time as their partner.
Three quarters of those that work in bed admit to spending more than 30 minutes a day, that’s three and half hours a week on work and 22% spend more than two hours a day working in bed — amounting to an extra 14 hours a week.
When the survey respondents were asked about the first thing they do when they wake up in the morning top of the list for 32% of people was to check their phone for messages, with kissing their partner scoring a lowly 6%! Brushing their teeth at 19% comes before checking emails at 14%.
“The smartphone has had a massive impact on the way we behave and these figures reveal that is has even had an impact on our behaviour in the bedroom,” Claire Sellick, Event Director for Infosecurity Europe said.
“However, another key issue that is highlighted is just how dependent we are on our smartphones — in both our personal and professional lives. It is therefore increasingly important these devices are heavily protected to ensure any data stored on them does not fall into the wrong hands.
“When people cannot sleep the most popular activity was to watch TV (23%), followed by a fifth who start reading a book, a sixth go online and a 10th turn to social media or check emails. Having a cup of tea was the least popular option.”
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