Men’s Issue


What is Sweating:
Sweating is a term which refers to the production and evaporation of a fluid that is secreted by the sweat glands in the skin of mammals. Sweat is made up of Water (H2O, HOH) and Sodium Chloride (NaCl), and also contains the chemicals odorants 2-methylphenol and 4-methylphenol. In humans, sweating is primarily a means of temperature regulation, although it has been proposed that components of male sweat can actually act as pheromonal cues.

There are two different types of sweat glands, the Eccrine sweat glands and the Apocrine sweat glands. The eccrine sweat glands are those which are distributed over the entire body, but which are primary abundant on the palms of the hands, soles of the feet, and on the forehead. These produce the sweat that is composed mainly of water with various salts.

Then there are the apocrine sweat glands, which are those which produce sweat that contains fatty materials. These glands are mainly present in the armpit area and as well the genital area and their activity is the main cause of sweat odor due to the bacteria that break down the organic compounds in the sweat itself from these glands.

Causes Sweating

There are actually a number of different causes which are considered as being responsible for sweating, and for instance sitting in the heat of the sun, working out at the gym, or giving a presentation at work and getting nervous, all of these actions can result in sweating. As a matter of fact, when you are exposed to heat or strenuous emotional stress, you may lose several quarts of fluid in perspiration. Sometimes however the complex mechanism of perspiration goes awry and this can result in either excessive perspiration or little to no perspiration.

Mostly teenagers start smoking. Some reasons behind that are given below. Let’s see why young people smoke:

1. To show himself mature – when teens see older people all around them smoking, especially their parents and relatives, they start smoking because they want to look like them.

2. To be like their friend – if their friends or peers smoke, they feel pressured into doing the same to be accepted.

3. To experiment – some teens start smoking because they want to experiment with something new or because of curiosity.

Adults smoke for other reasons:

1. Because of the stess and pressures

2. Because of economic and personal problems

They may be unemployed or working but not making enough money to take care of themselves and their families. They may be homeless, or they may be dealing with alcohol or cocaine/heroin addictions. All these people may smoke to feel relaxed or to give them energy while going through a hard time.

Finally, there are people who say they love to smoke. Smoking gives them pleasure and makes them feel good. Main reason behind that they want to hide their problems.

I think that Everyone who is addicted of smoking often reads the warning sign on the cigarette packet and does not pay attention to it but soon realizes that this disgusting addiction is clinical. You can read reasons to quit smoking here. You maybe do not believe but it is true, cigarettes contain these chemicals.

Cigarettes smoke contains more than four thousand different poisonous chemicals including chemicals used in toilet cleaners and rat poison. Approximate fifty of them cause cancer. This fact makes them the only legal product which can harm or even kill you.

  • List shows the most dangerous chemicals contained in cigarettes:

Nicotine: Very addictive deadly poison. Nicotine has very powerful effects on arteries throughout the body. Nicotine is a stimulant, speeding up the heart  with every cigarette; it raises Blood Pressure, and is a vasoconstrictor, making it harder for the heart to pump through the constricted arteries. It causes the body to release its stores of fat and cholesterol into the blood.

Benzene: Used as a solvent in fuel and in chemical manufacture (plastic, synthetic rubber, dyes). It is a known carcinogen and is associated with leukemia.

Formaldehyde: Chemical formula H2CO. A colorless liquid, highly poisonous, used to preserve dead bodies.

Ammonia: Found in dry cleaning fluids, bleach (toilet cleaner).

Acetone: Used as Nail polish remover and Paint thinner.

Arsenic: Arsenic and many of its compounds are especially potent poisons. Used as Rat poison.

Hydrogen Cyanide: Chemical formula of Hydrogen Cyanide is HCN. Gas chamber poison.

Cadmium: Cadmium is known to cause Cancer and occurs with Zinc ores. Cadmium is used largely in batteries and pigments. Example in plastic products.

Methane: A component of rocket fuel. Methane is a powerful Greenhouse gas produced both naturally and through human activities.

Carbon Monoxide: Same chemical that comes out of buses,cars, truks exhaust.

Is it the enough reasons to quit smoking today?

You should ask yourself this question: Why people smoke when they know how dangerous is it?

You know very well how important good nutrition and exercise are for your health and beauty, but do you know sleep is crucial too?
When you doze you’re getting more than rest. Sleep researchers say your body is healing and repairing itself. For this reason, dermatologists often suggest using your most “active” skin creams before bed. To avoid puffy, bloodshot eyes, dark under-eye circles and a pale washed-out complexion — and for peak alertness and energy — experts say you need eight hours of sleep a night.

Here are some tips from the Sleep Disorders Institute at New York to help you get the sleep you need:

* Exercise every day. Even 20 minutes of walking can help keep stress hormones from interfering with your sleep.
* Avoid large meals just before bedtime. An active digestive system can disrupt sleep.
* Minimize light, noise and temperature extremes; your bedroom should be comfortably cool.
* Don’t read, watch television or work in bed. Use the bed only to sleep. This helps prevent you from developing sleep disorders.
* Avoid caffeine, nicotine or other stimulants within four hours of bedtime.

nail-problems,beauty issues

nail-problems,beauty issues

Your hand have the most important role in your life and in hand nail played very important role but sometimes people faces an infection of nail. Nail infection (fungus) occurs when microscopic fungi infect the surface under one or more of your toenails and fingernails. Often, people can have nail fungus without even realizing it.

You may have a nail fungal infection if one or more of your nails are:

1) Thickened
2) Dull
3) No luster and shine
4) Brittle
5) Ragged or crumbly
6) Distorted in shape
7) Dark colored

Nail fungus is more common among older adults, it also tends to affect men more than women and those with a family history of this infection.

Normally, your fingernails and toenails act as good barriers to the fungus. They help prevent the fungus from invading the nail.

A nail fungal infection may begin as a white or yellow spot under the tip of your fingernail or toenail. As the nail fungus spreads deeper into your nail, it may cause

your nail to discolor, thicken and develop crumbling edges – an unsightly and potentially painful problem.
An infection with nail fungus may be difficult to treat, and infections may recur.

Don’t let the nail fungus make you feel embarrassed. You can follow natural treatment for that:

1) You can walk in open-toed shoes.
2) You can swim and sunbathe bare feet.

hair loss problem,women problem, men problem

hair loss problem,women problem, men problem

If you want to minimize your hair loss, the two nutrients that you have to make sure you have plenty of every day. These nutrients are Vitamin A and Vitamin B.

  • Vitamin A

Vitamin A is a key for developing healthy cells, tissues in the body, and reducing hair loss. Vitamin A deficiencies commonly cause thickening of the scalp, dry hair, and dandruff. Air pollution, smoking, extremely bright light, certain cholesterol-lowering drugs, laxatives, and aspirin are some known vitamin A inhibitors. Liver, fish oil, eggs, fortified milk, and red, yellow, and orange vegetables are good sources for vitamin A, as are some dark green leafy vegetables like spinach.

Sources of vitamin A:

Carrot
Milk
Beef
Egg substitute
Cheese
Papaya
Mango

  • Vitamin B

B-vitamins work interdependently and therefore all levels of B vitamins need to be sufficient in order to maintain proper health. Vitamins B-6, folic acid, biotin, and vitamin B-12 are all key components in maintaining healthy hemoglobin levels in the blood, which is the iron-containing portion of red-blood cells.
Hemoglobin’s primary function is to carry oxygen from the lungs to the tissues of the body, so if these vitamins were deficient in your body, then hair and skin would suffer.

Sources of vitamin B:

Mollusks
Liver
Haddock
Milk
Egg
Nuts
Green vegetables
Mushrooms
Meat
Enriched cereals
Pasta
Fish

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