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June 14, 2018
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How to Fix Common Sleep Problem

Sleep problem

8 Common Sleep Problems and Solutions

Typically, people who are not sleeping tonight always think of problems, ideas and self esteem. If you are one of the hardest to sleep at night, this article will help you.

Regardless of the cause of sleep loss, research has shown that it requires a toll on us both mentally and physically. Follow some neat tips to make you enough rest every night.

1. Turn off Electronic Tools

To ease sleep, your body needs to increase the level of hormone that can lead to drowsiness when the environment becomes dark. If you’re close to light-emitting devices such as cell phones, tablets, TVs and others it can reduce the production of the hormone.

2. Hot Water Bath

Increasing the temperature on your skin makes you feel sleepy, making it easier for you to fall asleep. Therefore, if you are still struggling to sleep, try to bathe in warm water for 30 minutes before you plan to sleep.

Hot water baths can actually stimulate the body to calm down, making it easier for you to sleep later.

3. Sleeping in a Cool Room

The hot skin and cold room become a solid combination in making your sleep easier. Therefore, if you have air conditioning, use it. If you do not have it, use the fan and increase the power

4. Make Sure Sleep in a Dark Room

Lighting from lamps or electronic devices can reduce the production of hormones to sleep. It can signal to the body that it is too early to sleep, making you more difficult to sleep.

To overcome this problem, be sure to cover all the equipment and lights in your bedroom. If your room has a window overlooking the lights outdoors, use curtains to close it the swing.

5. Read the Book

Reading a book can reduce your stress and help your mind relax. Choose the book you like and read it before going to bed. Avoid reading horror books or action-themed games, as they can make the opposite impact and make it difficult for you to sleep.

6. Write diary

If you find it difficult to forget something that happens on that day, it might be stress, mistakes or anything that keeps you thinking about it, you can get rid of that feeling by writing a diary or a live journal.

7. Drink warm water

You will sleep easily if you are in a relaxed and stress less manner. So you have to find a way to give you peace. You can try to take warm water, such as milk, honey and chocolate drinks to make it easier for you to sleep. And avoid drinking caffeine-like

8. Change Sleep Posture

You are difficult to sleep probably due to posture and bad position for you. Therefore, if the posture does not help, change it according to your comfort to make it easier for you to sleep.

June 13, 2018
by admin

Autism Behavior Problems

Autism behavior

Autism children always experience their world different from other kids. Thus, they  will behave unusual and inappropriately. They act not according to the norm of normal kid’s life. They tend to do something follow their feeling.

Frequent Behaviors that show a child may be on the autism spectrum
  1. Does not show eye contact
  2. Do not respond to smile
  3. Not showing interest in friendship and playing with other children and even comfortable playing on their own
  4. Like to hurt themselves
  5. Often speak a word repeatedly and often avoid when hugged
  6. It’s too sensitive and has a strange interest in something like light, sound or movement
  7. They also often show an obsession to something like particular game

Communication problem

  • Delayed speak or stutter
  • Difficult to understand other people’s conversations
  • Speaking in strange tone
  • Like talking alone and hard to talk to other people
  • Repeat the same words but do not understand the meaning

Emotional problem

  • Extremely difficult to predict and change (crying and laughing for no reason)
  • Attack or spoil anything close to it if their emotions are disturbed
  • Sometimes it hurts yourself
  • There is no sympathy and no understanding of others



June 11, 2018
by admin

Lymphoma Cancer

Lymphoma cancer is a type of cancer that can not be identified early. This is because, the symptoms of lymphoma cancer are almost the same as other disease.

What is Lymphoma?

Lymphoma or lymph is a linkage system consisting of lymph nodes in the neck, lower extremities,  thighs, chest and abdomen. The lymphatic system work to remove excess fluid from the body and also build the body’s immune system.

When white blood cells are abnormal and the body’s immune system decreases, it will cause extraordinary cell collection and swelling of the lymph nodes. This situation can spread to other organs around the lymph, including brain, intestine, bone, lung, and bone narrow.

There are two types of lymphoma cancer :

1. Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (HL) or Hodgkin Disease (HD)

  • This cancer rarely affects children less than 5 years. It’s easy to attack teenagers.
  • This type of cancer is confirmed by the presence of Reed-Sternberg cells in the lymph nodes or involved organs.
  • This malignant lymphocyte cell growth  is also seen in the leukemia (ALL) blood cancer which sometimes causes difficulty distinguishing between Lymphoma and Leukemia in children.

Other symptoms of both types of lymphoma may includes :

  • Lymph nodes grow up without pain
  • Thymus lymph in the chest enlarges and suppresses the airways to disturb the respiratory system such as shortness of breath, snoring and difficult breathing.
  •  Difficult swallowing.
  • Constipation, nausea and vomiting due to the lymph nodes in the abdomen.
  • Fever, lose weight without cause or sweat midnight.
  • Experiencing skin irritation.

If you experience some of the symptoms mentioned above, please consult your doctor immediately for an accurate diagnosis. Only experts can diagnose lymphoma symptoms properly.

Lymphoma Cancer