These Are The Symptoms and Signs That You Are Having a Blood Clot. THIS Is What You Need To Do.

Although blood clots are not uncommon (as many as 900,000 people develop blood clots in the United States every year), they often aren’t treated in time because they go undiagnosed. According to the National Blood Clot Alliance, the lack of early diagnosis of clots (which are easily treated) is responsible for approximately one in three of those who do eventually get diagnosed, to die.

The video you are about to watch below, does a concise job of describing the dangers of blood clots; they become seriously harmful to the body, if they are formed in a place they aren’t supposed to, because they decrease blood flow which can eventually be fatal.

The doctor in the following footage is an interventional cardiologist, who says that the most common place outside of the heart, where there may be artery blockage, is the legs.

Blood clots in the legs are known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT); Dr. Attar will discuss the SYMPTOMS, DIAGNOSIS and TREATMENT of BLOOD CLOTS IN THE LEGS. Swelling, tenderness, a certain kind of episodic cramping and skin color discoloration are some of the warnings he will discuss.

He goes on to discuss in greater detail what to look out for, the importance of getting to a doctor in time to diagnosis and enable the treatment necessary. The information you will hear can prevent a serious threat to your health, that can ultimately be fatal.

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If You Have Dry and Cracked Feet THIS Simple Foot Hack Will Get Rid Of It For Good!

Dry, rough or cracked heels, is a common problem most people face at one time or another. With summer here, we become more conscious of it as our feet are exposed in sandals. The reason our feet suffer from intense dryness is that there are no oil glands in them, making sweat glands their sole source of moisture, as they bear the weight of our entire body each day!

As sweat glands alone usually aren’t enough to keep our feet comfortably moisturized, it is necessary to avoid things that cause excessive dryness. Finding home remedies that will replace moisture, needed to avoid uncomfortable cracked heels, is provided in the video you are about to watch below.

Cold weather, drying soaps, aging, low humidity, overly hot and prolonged showers and sun exposure are the usual suspects that contribute to dry feet, according to “Foot Vitals.” Their recommendations for home remedies include a 10-minute lemon juice foot bath, because the acid helps to dissolve dead skin; a homemade cream of olive oil mixed with lavender essential oil or lemon help to soothe and heel.

Livestrong” recommends Vaseline spread over your entire feet and covered with cotton socks overnight for a great healing effect over time, as well as an exfoliating scrub with equal parts of olive oil and brown sugar for 10-15 minutes. Sesame Oil, Honey and Milk as well as some other great solutions are illustrated in the VIDEO below. It offers some easy-to-follow remedies to resolve troublesome cracked heels.

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A Cop Beats Him But This Homeless Man Doesn’t Fight Back. Now Watch What The Kid Behind Him Does

Homelessness is one of the most tragic issues in the United States.  Many of the homeless are mentally ill and without family support or treatment, to help them cope.  Others become ill and have no medical insurance, lose their jobs and have nowhere to turn.

One of the most startling and upsetting group of homeless are vets who have served our nation, try to get employment, and end up on the streets.  Often they are suffering from PTSD and do not get the psychological support they need and deserve, from the government they have served.

There are more and more YouTube channels that are dedicated to social experiments.  Their aim is usually to either reveal the kindness or cruelty of humanity.  In the video you are about to watch below, OCK TV who has done a number of experiments looking at both the reaction to the homeless and the homeless reaction to unsuspected circumstances.

In the following footage the two older brothers have their younger brother, who appears to be 12-13 years old, pretend to be homeless.  They have him sit a few feet away from a homeless vet, with a similar sign that says he is hungry and would appreciate some change.

The reactions to the posing boy and to the homeless vet are startling.  The unbelievable cruelty and conversely generous acts you will witness in the upcoming footage will stay with you for some time, and will hopefully make you think twice when you pass the homeless.

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THIS Is What Happens When You Place White Vinegar and Alcohol Inside Your Ear For 60 Seconds

People often think that earwax is gross and should be removed from their ears every time they shower or bathe. However, this is not the case, and the bad reputation that ear wax has developed is not based on anything but hearsay, it’s totally without merit.

The yellowish waxy substance is naturally produced by the human body and is beneficial to our health in more ways than one. It helps to protect our inner ears from infections, dust, and dirt, as well as bacteria and other germs that would otherwise enter them.

The wax also forms a protective barrier on the delicate skin in the ear canal which prevents it from becoming irritated when water gets inside, plus it moisturizes and keeps the skin from becoming dry, flaky, and itchy. The wax is produced by the tiny hair follicles that line the ear canal.

Normally it makes its way out of the opening of the ear on its own, but sometimes it can build up and cause blockage problems. The most common way in which people go about cleaning their ears is with a Q-tip. Doing this is the wrong way to clean your ears, it’s ineffective and just pushes the wax further into the ear canal thereby increasing the potential for blockage.

Whatever you do, don’t use Q-tips to try and clean your ears. Instead, gently wash the outside area with a washcloth. If you feel that there is a blockage due to wax build up in your ear, you can try this all natural, homemade rinse to clear it out. All you need is white vinegar and rubbing alcohol.

Take a small container and fill it halfway with white vinegar and equal parts rubbing alcohol. Tilt your head to one side, so your ear is level and will hold the liquid inside, then gently pour in about a teaspoon of the mixture. Stay still for one minute, then sit back up and allow the liquid to drain from the ear.

You may repeat this process twice daily until your ears clear up, but if the issue persists any longer than 3 days you should see a doctor because it could be something more serious. Also, this remedy should only be used in cases of minor ear infections, ear wax, or water in the ear. If you have a different or more serious problem you should see a doctor. Watch the video for more information on the topic.

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You Must Learn These Simple Tricks To Treat and Ease Poison Ivy Before You Go Outside This Year.

If you have ever endured a poison ivy rash, you know how awful it can be. In severe cases, it can even be life-threatening. After watching this helpful video, you will be able to take the necessary steps following a poison ivy exposure to significantly reduce your suffering, both in severity as well as duration.

Toxicodendron radicans, commonly called poison ivy, is technically not ivy at all. The rash that often follows touching the plant is caused by an oil called urushiol, which is contained in the sap of the plant. Surprisingly, the plant is eaten by many animals, and the seeds provide a tasty meal for birds. It is found throughout most of North America.

Even if you never need to use this information for yourself, your knowledge of how to deal poison ivy encounter might enable you to help someone else. Let us know in the comments if you have any other helpful tips for dealing with poison ivy.

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Do You Get Dizzy or Have Vertigo? This Doctor Has a Simple Way To Get Rid Of It In Under a Minute.

If you have ever suffered from Vertigo then you know exactly how seriously scary it can be. The sudden feelings of extreme dizziness make you feel off-balance and even though you are standing still, everything around you keeps moving. People often describe it as feeling like you’re trapped, frozen in place, or paralyzed, yet the world is spinning. As if that’s not bad enough, many vertigo episodes are accompanied by nausea, sweating, vomiting, headaches, ringing in the ears, and sometimes even uncontrollable rapid eye jerking.

For ten years Sue Ricker, a retired school teacher from Aurora, Colorado, had to deal with unexpected episodes of vertigo. She told Denver News CBS4 reporter Kathy Walsh that “It was just debilitating. Everything about you will move, will spin. I couldn’t drive.

I couldn’t walk. I had to hold onto the wall and it was very, very scary.” Nothing seemed to help her until she came across a video on how to treat the most common form of vertigo (positional vertigo) that Dr. Carol Foster had posted on YouTube. The simple treatment method worked and Sue finally had a solution to help alleviate her vertigo and a way to take back control of her life.

Doctor Carol Foster is an Associate Professor who specializes in Otolaryngology at the University of Colorado Hospital. She’s the one who originally developed the incredibly easy cure that can be done at home, or virtually anywhere for that matter, and has worked for countless people all over the wold who suffer from positional vertigo. It’s called the ‘half somersault maneuver’ because it involves a series of highly specific movements and poses.

Dr. Foster explains the simple home treatment in the accompanying video and walks us through each step. Be sure to check it out because her daughter demonstrates the maneuver and it’s super helpful to see what it entails visually. Below are the sequence of movements that a half somersault maneuver requires in short-list form:

1. Start by kneeling comfortably on the floor.
2. Tilt your head back and look up at the ceiling.
3. Bring your head down to the floor and place it upside down, as if you are about to do a somersault.
4. Turn your head to face your left elbow. Stay in this position until the feelings of dizziness or spinning dissipate.
5. Bring your head up so that it’s level with your back. Again, hold this position until the feelings of dizziness disappear.
6. Finally, sit back and settle into the original position you started at.

This simple trick could potentially work wonders for anyone who suffers from positional vertigo so please pass this helpful information along to anyone you know who may benefit from it.

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