Easy remedies for everyday health problems

Some of the most common health problems are the easiest to treat. Source: Pexels

Getting older is inevitable and dealing with health problems can be hard, but we have put together a list to help make your life easier. There’s no need to feel frustrated when you’re dealing with a health problem, as there are a variety of easy remedies out there to help you treat the everyday ailment.

Some of the most common health problems are actually the easiest to treat. So, if you struggle with any ailments ranging from bunions, incontinence, skin tags to warts, inflammation and digestive issues, then just know that there are remedies available that you can try from the comfort of your own home.

Let’s take a look at the five most common everyday health problems that offer easy remedies you can purchase straight from your own home:

Bunions

Bunions are the most common foot problem among older Australians and there are a few things you can do to ease the pain of this condition. A bunion is a bony bump that tends to form on the joint, at the base of the big toe. Bunions usually form because of tight shoes, as the tightness creates too much pressure on the big toe, causing it to be pushed out of place.

Because bunions are a progressive deformity, they usually get worse and become extremely painful; often requiring surgery. Women are most at risk of developing bunions, as well as people with flat or low-arched feet or rheumatoid arthritis. However, there are many easy remedies on the Starts at 60 Marketplace that may help ease the pain of bunions and slow down their progression.

How to treat bunions

Surgery is required for most severe cases of bunions, however, it’s not always necessary for mild to moderate cases. Instead, you can opt for a bunion sleeve, which can help relieve pain for these cases. The Original Ultra-Thin Bunion Corrector can provide good support before and after operations. The thin sleeve gently positions the big toe, which takes pressure away from the other toes.

The sleeve is available in five different sizes and currently retails for $31.96 (down from $39.95).

Bunion Corrector
The Original Ultra-Thin Bunion Corrector, $31.96 (down from $39.95)

Incontinence

Incontinence is another common health condition that usually involves a persistent urge to urinate. You might experience loss of bladder control, which varies from a slight loss of urine due to sneezing, coughing or laughing to the complete inability to control urination.

If left untreated, urinary incontinence (UI) can lead to sleep loss, depression, anxiety and a lower sex drive. UI cases are considered more severe if you urinate more than eight times a day or if you regularly feel tired from incontinence-related sleep loss. Although UI can be caused by many factors like pregnancy, obesity and menopause, the leading cause is ageing.

How to treat incontinence 

Luckily, there are many products you can purchase that assist with persistent incontinence. Women can purchase a wide range of products that can assist them, like the Classic Full Brief Light-Moderate Absorbency.  These briefs are perfect for light bladder leakage and will keep you clean, dry and comfortable all day.

The Classic Full Brief retails for $27.50.

Incontinence Brief
Classic Full Brief Light-Moderate Absorbency, $27.50

Skin tags and warts

Both skin tags and warts are common for all ages, but especially after 50. They are both painless, noncancerous growths on the skin that can appear anywhere on your body. The simple difference between skin tags and warts is that warts tend to have an irregular surface whereas skin tags are smooth.

How to treat skin tags and warts

Both skin conditions don’t usually pose a health concern and they are fairly easy to treat without a doctor’s visit. The Natural Willow Wart and Skin Tag Gel from the Starts at 60 Marketplace is the perfect product to start with. The gel is comprised of natural plant extracts such as Willow Bark Meadowsweet extract and White Cedar Oil.

The gel retails for $15.41.

Wart and Skin Tag Gel
Natural Willow Wart and Skin Tag Gel, $15.41

Inflammation

Similar to skin tags and warts, inflammation can affect anyone of any age. Inflammation is a process of your body ‘s white blood cells protecting you from bacterial or viral infections. There are a variety of conditions that are linked to inflammation, like cancer, heart disease, diabetes and asthma.

How to treat inflammation

If you’re interested in natural remedies, the Cannology line of hemp-based BCP oil may be able to help you. Inflammation usually comes with some form of pain and the Cannology ‘Relieve’ Terpene Blend may be able to relieve inflammatory types of pain. The terpene blend is a 100 per cent natural product with bCaryophyllene, which has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

The blend retails for $44.95 on the Starts at 60 Marketplace.

Cannology BCP oil
Cannology ‘Relieve’ Terpene Blend, $44.95

Digestive problems

The digestive system is one of the most important parts of your body, as it plays a significant role in how your immune system functions and your overall mood. Poor digestion may result in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), constipation and heartburn. The digestive system may seem complicated, but it’s actually quite simple to treat with the right supplements.

How to treat digestive problems 

If you suffer from digestive problems, a great way to start treatment is by finding a high quality prebiotic or probiotic supplement. The NC Gut Relief prebiotic powder helps to support gastrointestinal system health, healthy mucous linings and healthy gut immune function.

The prebiotic powder retails for $49.95.

Prebiotic Powder
NC Gut Relief Powder, $49.95

What else can you do?

Whether you suffer from a common health problem or not, it’s still crucial to be proactive about your health and look after yourself. If you are really concerned about your health and nothing is helping, you should consult a health professional as soon as possible.

 

 

 

IMPORTANT LEGAL INFO This article is of a general nature and FYI only, because it doesn’t take into account your personal health requirements or existing medical conditions. That means it’s not personalised health advice and shouldn’t be relied upon as if it is. Before making a health-related decision, you should work out if the info is appropriate for your situation and get professional medical advice.

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