During winter season many people with dry skin are affected by eczema and dry skin. Moisture your skin with moisturizing creams and lotions and apply in the affected dry areas with the lotion and cream and massage it gently. Moreover the common winter season ailments are heart attack, asthma, joint pain, itchy skin and sinusitis. Itchiness occurs because of low humidity and some homemade remedies prescribed by old grandma's.
season falls in December month and ends in the end of March. Usually in winter
season we get fruits like guava, orange, chickoo, papaya, amla, carrot,
beetroot and grapes. Flowers of different color bloom in this season and people
to have fun and to see colorful flowers in hill region spends time with their
Winter is known for its beautiful scenes as the
surrounding is green in color and marvelous to look. Usually kids are affected
in winter season as their immunity level in their body is very low and they
visit doctor more often during this season.
Benefits of drinking Hot Water The warmth of hot water creates steam. Taking a deep inhale of this gentle vapor while holding a cup of hot water can help loosen clogged sinuses and even relieve a sinus headache. Since you have mucous membranes throughout your neck and upper torso, drinking hot water can help warm that area and soothe a sore throat caused by mucous buildup.
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