Monday, February 2, 2015

How To Get Rid Of Body Odor The Natural Way

Did you know that sweat has no odor but it’s the bacteria that are responsible for producing a nasty smell when we sweat?

Sweat is an ideal breeding ground for bacteria and when it finds the skin sweating the skin becomes a permanent dwelling for the growth of bacteria.

The prefect places for bacteria to grow by feeding off sweat are under the armpits, the groin area, anal area, feet and inner thighs.

You can spray on/dab on skin products specially formulated to get rid of body odor but this is only a temporary solution.

You need to find a remedy that will kill the bacteria growth and there are two ideal ways to do so but both should be done together.

One is drink at least 6 glasses of water a day to flush out germs and bacteria from the body.

Second is to soak in a warm bath for 20 minutes twice a week.

You should add ½ a cup Epsom salt in the bath prior to soaking in it.

The warm Epsom salt bath will draw out the toxins and bacteria on skin plus that inside the body.

Want To Produce Healthy Quality Sperm? Then Go Easy On The Alcohol

If you’re a guy who tends to drink:

5 or more beers or

5 or more glasses of wine or

5 or more shots of liquor a week, well then the chances of you having healthy quality sperm may be slim according to a research done on more than 1200 Danish men in the age group 18 to 28.

So if you want to have a high sperm count plus sperm that’s healthy, then best you go easy on the weekly alcohol consumption.

One interesting finding from the research was that testosterone levels increased as men consumed more and more alcohol.

This could be one reason why some men tend to show aggressive behavior when under the influence of alcohol.

Interested in reading more about the research? 

Here’s the link:


How To Protect Yourself From Deadly Insect Bites When Outdoors This Summer

Summer for many is one of the best seasons that comes around once every year.

But it’s also a time when a number of hospitals report deaths due to insect bites.

Red ants, hornets, yellow jackets, wasps and even honey bees are the types of insects that are guilty of stinging people who go outdoors to enjoy the sunny summer weather.

The stings can become deadly if a person gets an allergic reaction to it.

There are a few things people can do to protect themselves from insect bites when outdoors this summer.

One is to refrain from wearing light colored floral design clothes and applying floral scented fragrances.

Another is to always wear footwear when walking on grass.


One should also stay away from areas that are hiding places for hornet nests and ant mounds.