Natural Ways To Treat A Fire Ant Sting

Fire ants are not a native of United States of America; nevertheless, they are now present in large numbers, all over the country.

They are red-brown and black in color, about ¼ inches in length. Their nests can usually be found in grass covered areas like pastures, fields and lawns.

These ants have the resilience to defy the apocalypse. Seriously. It would take 2 weeks of temperatures below 10°F to kill an entire colony; and an entire colony can contain up to 200,000 ants. They can also feed on crops and animals, apart from insects. Also, they cannot be drowned in water. They form a nest in water and float it to a dry area. It doesn’t help that fire ants do not have a predator in the United States, thereby causing their population to grow substantially.

Fire ants dwell in large numbers and can be very aggressive during attacks if their nests are disturbed. They don’t as much as bite, as they sting. Fire ants attack in swarms and each fire ant can sting multiple times.

If you have been bitten by a fire ant, you will notice it. The sting causes a burning sensation and leaves a group of swollen red spots that might develop a blister on top. Some people might have an allergic reaction to the sting, which includes:

  • Being unable to breathe
  • Swelling of tongue
  • Dizziness
  • Confusion
  • Unconsciousness

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If you experience any of the above reactions, you need to get medical attention right away.

However, allergic reaction to fire ants is not that common. Most often than not, you can try out the below given tips to treat a fire ant sting.

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Natural Remedies to Treat Wheezing

Wheezing is a high pitched whistling sound that can be heard during breathing. It happens when air travels through narrowed airways.

Wheezing is most often associated with asthma although it could also be a symptom of some other serious respiratory problem. It indicates that the person is having trouble breathing.

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How to Treat Sciatica Pain

Sciatica refers to the commonly occurring pain, affecting people’s sciatic nerve which extends from the lower back down the back of the leg. Traditionally, it affects only one side of your body and can be intolerable. The pain often gets worse when sitting down.

Since it is rarely severe, most of the time, sciatica can be cured with non-operative measures. People suffering from severe case of sciatica that involves leg weakness or bladder changes may require surgery.

How to treat sciatica pain

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Metaphysical Causes Of Disease

Metaphysical causes of disease can help you understand more about reasons behind the ailments that you are suffering from.

The aspect of metaphysics goes beyond the concept of gross body and deals with the subtle body involving psycho-spiritual constituents.

Thus, by exploring the metaphysical meaning of illness and disease, you can apply a holistic approach involving the mind, body and soul to help cure an underlying disease in conjunction with the treatment suggested a qualified doctor.

“To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.”
– Buddha

Metaphysical causes of disease

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Home Remedies For Scalp Psoriasis

Most common type of psoriasis among others is Scalp Psoriasis; half of the patients suffering from psoriasis are also dealing with Scalp Psoriasis.

After every 25-30 days new cells are formed in our body which is a natural process replacing the dead and worn out cells. But in Scalp Psoriasis patient these cells are formed within a week’s span.

With such an increased pace of the formation of new skin cells, the body is unable to neither shed the older cells nor to accommodate the new ones thereby causing red lesions covered with scale(raised patches of dead cells) on the skin surface.

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