Some people experience halitophobia (a fear of having bad breath)

Some people experience halitophobia (fear of bad breath) - Although many people suffer from chronic bad breath, also called halitosis, some people only experience the fear of having bad breath. This fear is referred to as halitophobia, and it occurs in those who think they have bad breath when they do not.
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Although many people suffer from chronic bad breath, also called halitosis, some people only experience the fear of having bad breath. This fear is referred to as halitophobia, and it occurs in those who think they have bad breath when they do not.

Individuals who suffer from halitophobia experience extremely overstated concerns or delusions about having bad breath. This condition is estimated to be present in nearly 25 percent of patients seeking professional assistance for halitosis, and almost one-half to one percent of adults may suffer from halitophobia.

For those with halitophobia, the fear of having others become aware of their perceived bad breath can lead them to demonstrate a variety of odd behaviors.


For example, someone with halitophobia may cover his or her mouth when talking or avoid interacting with others in social situations. Those with halitophobia can often fixate on cleaning their teeth and tongue and may constantly use gum, mints, mouthwashes, and sprays in an effort to reduce their distress at their apparent bad breath.


These coping behaviors can often be attributed to some form of obsessive-compulsive disorder which prompts specific self-conscious patterns.


Halitophobia is regarded as severe when the fear of having bad breath prompts individuals to experience impaired daily functioning such as social anxiety, depression, and withdrawal.

Initially, the most effective method of treating halitophobia is to get rid of any potential bad breath symptoms. See your dentist regularly for cleanings and exams, and make sure you maintain a thorough oral-hygiene routine of brushing and flossing teeth and gums.


If no underlying medical or hygienic reason for bad breath can be found by a dentist, those with halitophobia can often benefit from seeing a psychologist.


Only a clinical psychologist can officially diagnose and treat the psychosomatic aspects of halitophobia. Psychological counselling and treatment may address any causal reasons for the phobia and can propose ways to help alleviate distress.


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7 Absolutely Healthy Fruits for Your Diet Here


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In the US, the most popular fruits (in order) are bananas, apples, oranges, grapes and strawberries. These certainly have merit – for taste and nutrition – but there’s a whole world out there … and in it quite a few exotic fruits that you might not have heard of. If you’re looking for a delicious, nutritious and exotic treat, try these 7 absolutely healthy fruits.


  1. Cupuacu


Native to South America, cupuacu is a melon-like fruit that’s been a staple food for rainforest natives for centuries. It’s now considered a delicacy in many larger cities, like Rio.


When you split open a cupuacu, you’ll find a creamy pulp inside that’s used to make juice, smoothies, jam and even ice cream. Its flavor is probably unlike anything you’ve ever tasted – a mixture of chocolate, banana, pineapple, pear and passion fruit.


As a member of the theobrama family (like cocoa), cupuacu is rich in antioxidants and other phytonutrients. It is known for having caffeine-like effects, i.e. enhancing energy, even though it contains no caffeine.


It also contains B vitamins, vitamins A and C, calcium, selenium and fiber, and is said to support immune system health, healthy skin and hair, and even improved libido. Many in the Amazon reportedly refer to cupuacu as “the pharmacy in a fruit” because of its many health benefits.


  1. Durian


Crack open the thorny ‘shell’ of a durian and you’ll find a custardy yellow-white flesh inside (this is the edible part). These large fruits, native to Malaysia and Indonesia, are known as the “king of fruit” because of their impressive appearance, although you’ll either love it or hate it.


Durians have a strong odor … some describe it as rotten onions or dirty socks (it’s so strong that durians are banned from Singapore subways).Still, many love its sweet almond-like flavor, and if you’re among them you’ll gain many benefits.


Durians are rich in antioxidants; one study found them to be higher in antioxidants than mangosteen (see below), lychee and mango. They’re also one of the only fruits that are an excellent source of healthy fats (like avocado), and they also contain fiber, potassium, B vitamins and tryptophan.


  1. Mangosteen


If you’re able to get past its hard purple shell and cut one open, the inside of a mangosteen (pictured) is filled with citrusy, peachy, mango-flavored flesh separated in segments.


(Each fruit has small petals on its base, which correspond with the number of segments inside.) Use a small spoon or fork to scoop the white flesh, rather than eating it whole, as sometimes there is a hard bit inside.


The mangosteen rind (which is often incorporated into mangosteen juice) is rich in xanthones, which have antioxidant, anti- tumor, anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral activities.


Mangosteen flesh is also full of antioxidants like vitamin C and may even contain cancer-fighting compounds. Mangosteens are native to Southeast Asia.


  1. Jabuticaba


Jabuticaba is a grape-like fruit native to South America. The fruits grow right from the trunk of the tree, and, like grapes, are used to make wine and jams (they’re also eaten fresh).


Jabuticaba is thought to contain many of the same beneficial properties as grapes and cranberries, including anti-aging, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. They also contain jaboticabin, a recently discovered type of antioxidant.


  1. Rambutan


The rambutan is another Southeast Asian fruit that’s rich in antioxidants, including vitamin C, and copper. The outside rind has long hair-like tendrils, which is peeled away to reveal a sweet-sour grape-like flesh.


  1. Cherimoya


This South American fruit is green on the outside with a white, creamy flesh filled with black seeds. Only the white flesh is edible, and it was described by Mark Twain as “the most delicious fruit known to men.”


Cherimoya has a flavor similar to strawberries, bananas, pineapple and coconut. It’s rich in fiber, potassium, vitamin C and B vitamins.


Cherimoya has traditionally been used for anxiety relief, and one study found it “produces an antidepressant-like action” and may have “therapeutic potency as an antidepressant agent.”


  1. Ackee


Although native to West Africa, the ackee is cultivated in Jamaica, where it’s the national fruit. On the outside ackees are bright red in color. When they’re ripe, they open, revealing yellow “brain-like” flesh and large black seeds.


Only the yellow flesh is edible (and even then, only when the fruit opens by itself … unripe ackee is poisonous and eating one before it opens by itself may cause severe vomiting and hypoglycemia).


Also, although ackee is a fruit, it’s eaten more as a vegetable (often cooked alongside fish and spices. Once cooked, the fruit turns bright yellow and resembles scrambled eggs in texture.


Why eat ackee? It’s rich in fiber, B vitamins and vitamin C, along with the heart-healthy monounsaturated fat, oleic acid (the same kind find in olive oil). Given its rich content of oleic acid, researchers noted “Consideration should be given to potential protective health effects of diets which include ackee.”


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8 Homemade Fruit Facial Scrub Recipes to Help You Look Young and Radiant

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Everyone knows about the importance of facial scrubs for facial skin care. Regular use of a mask can make us look young and radiant. These facial scrubs can be herbal scrubs or fruit scrubs. Some scrubs are prepared by dry and fresh fruits. You can also make these fruit facial scrubs easily at the convenience of your home.


When using facial scrub, you should remember not to use it for more than 2 times in a week; you should wet your face before using a scrub; make sure the granules such as sugar or salt should be finely grounded; and use a light moisturizer after scrubbing.


Here I will be sharing with you some homemade fruit facial scrub recipes for your facial skin care. By adopting the following simple homemade fruit facial scrub recipes you can easily care for your facial skin any time anywhere.


Lemon Homemade Fruit Facial Scrub for Lightening Dark Spots and Blemishes


Lemons are among the most easily available fruits of all times. What you need to do is to just add a spoon of honey to one spoon of lemon juice and one and a half spoons of sugar.


The mixture should be applied on your face and massaged in circular motions. The granules of sugar start melting. This is one of the easiest fruit scrub recipes that you can try out at home. Apart from exfoliation, it helps in lightening dark spots and blemishes and moisturizes naturally.


Banana Homemade Fruit Facial Scrub for Sensitive Skin


For preparing this scrub, you would require two spoons of mashed bananas, one spoon of milk and two spoons of rolled oats. You can also add honey (one spoon) if you want. Mix the ingredients to make a thick paste.


Apply it on your face and leave the mask on for about ten minutes. Rub it gently so that the dirt and other impurities are scrubbed off. Rinse with trepid water. This scrub is suitable for sensitive skin.


Papaya Homemade Fruit Facial Scrub to Clear Dead Skin Cells


For preparing this scrub, you need to mashed papaya pulp with 1 teaspoon of sugar and 2 to 3 teaspoons of oatmeal and use it as a scrub to clear away dead cells. The scrub can be applied on your face and massaged in circular motions to ensure that the pores are cleansed. Leave it on for about two minutes and wash off with water.


Passion Homemade Fruit Facial Scrub for Skin Exfoliation (Suitable for All Skin Types)


For preparing this scrub, you need the pulp from 1 ripe passion fruit, 1 teaspoon of oatmeal powder and half teaspoon of raw organic honey (or manuka honey). You mix all of these ingredients together and then you apply to mixture on your face. Gently scrub off after 15 minutes.


Passion fruit is rich in Vitamin A and C, which are essential for healthy skin. It makes an excellent exfoliator all types of skin. This facial scrub will give you a glowing skin instantly.


Avocado Homemade Fruit Facial Scrub for Oily Skin


For preparing this scrub, you need to mix 2 teaspoons of finely ground oatmeal with1 tablespoon of ripe avocado pulp and 1 teaspoon of raw organic honey (or manuka honey).Blend ingredients in a bowl forming a thick paste. Massage the mask onto damp face in a circular motion, and then rinse with warm water after 5 minutes.


Mango Homemade Fruit Facial Scrub for Skin Nourishment


For preparing this scrub, first you need to mash two ripe, organic mangoes in a bowl with a fork or potato masher. Then add (in this order): 2 cups distilled water, 2 tsp. organic cider vinegar, 2 tbsp. organic honey and 1/2 cup organic cornmeal. Whisk or blend the ingredients until well-mixed. If you have a blender or food processor, bust it out and make your life a little easier.


Add a few tablespoons of your scrub to your palms, then massage into your face, staying away from your sensitive eye area. Pay special attention to your forehead, chin and nose. Rinse thoroughly with cool water, and then pat your face gently with a towel.
Mango is beneficial for skin health and acts as natural moisturizer. It is a source of antioxidants which delays the onset of skin aging and pigmentation. Vitamin-C in mango helps in curing pimples and acne.


Orange Homemade Fruit Facial Scrub for Dry Skin


Squeeze out the orange juice and mix it with 2 tablespoons of cornmeal to make a paste. Now wash your face and apply it on your face. Scrub gently and wash off after three minutes. Follow up with a mild moisturizer. It is a perfect treat for your skin during the winters.


Watermelon Strawberry Fruit Facial Scrub for Treating Acne and Blemishes


For preparing this scrub, you need 4 pieces of watermelon,3 strawberries, 2 table spoons of rice powder (a little coarse and not finely ground).  You can use oatmeal instead of rice powder if your skin is very sensitive and1 table spoon of raw organic honey (or manuka honey).


Chop the watermelon and strawberries into small pieces. Mash the pieces with the help of a spoon/fork or you can blend them and make a paste. Add 1 teaspoon of honey or more if your skin is too dry, as honey hydrates the skin really well and mix it. Then, add 1 teaspoon of rice powder (as it will not get dissolved).


If you don’t have rice powder, you can blend the rice and make powder of it. If you find rice powder is too hard for your skin, you can substitute it with oatmeal. Now, the freshly homemade watermelon and strawberry face and body scrub is ready.


Spread the scrub on your face and let it dry for about 15 minutes. After that, rinse it out with water and pat dry your skin and you will see a glow on your skin and also will feel that the skin is much softer and hydrated as well.


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8 Anti-Aging Beverage Recipes for a Glowing Healthy Skin


8 Anti-Aging Beverage Recipes for a Glowing Healthy Skin -  Here are 8 anti-aging beverage recipes for you to keep your skin looking young and fresh and glowing naturally all over.
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Good health is the secret ingredient of a glowing skin.  By becoming healthy and staying fit all the time, people would eventually notice that their skin looks better.  It won’t be dry and scaly, but has a natural glow to it.


The way your skin looks today comes down to a few things: genetics, environment, what you eat, and what you drink. If your mother and grandmother had great skin, chances are you do, too. That’s genetics. You have no control over genetics. And the environment may be hard for you to change, but you have complete control over what you eat and drink daily. That control can make the difference in what your skin looks like tomorrow and even thirty years from now.


Keeping skin looking young and healthy is easier when you stick with a consistent skincare regimen. Natural products including fruit, fresh juices, oatmeal and honey all have several anti-aging benefits and can be used in many different ways. Whether you want to brighten dull looking skin, ward off the signs of aging or freshen up your look, use the following Glowing Skin Juice Recipes to keep skin healthy and youthful season after season!


Anti-Aging Beverage Recipe #1 – Honey Lemon Juice

The ingredients that you need for this recipe are 2½ teaspoons good quality honey, 1 slice lemon, and 1 cup of hot water.

To prepare this drink for giving you healthy skin, you first add honey to the boiling mug of water, stir till completely dissolved.  Next you will add the slice of lemon and allow it to brew for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Now you can just sit back and enjoy the drink.

This is a great simple drink to detox impurities from your body, have one drink before breakfast and bed time.


Anti- Aging Beverage Recipe #2 – Fresh Spinach Juice


Fresh spinach juice made with apple is far more pleasurable and drinkable compared with plain and pure juice of spinach. It is known for its cleansing abilities as it purifies the blood and eliminates accumulated toxins from the cells and if that’s not all, it also helps to regenerate and rebuild the body. Follow this simple and easy recipe to make detoxifying juice at home.


The ingredients that you need for this juice recipe are 2 cups chopped Baby Spinach, tightly packed and2 Granny Smith Apples, cored and chopped. The first thing to do is to place spinach and apple in juicer and process them through it. Then you pour the extracted juice into serving glasses, garnish with apple wedge and serve it for immediate consumption.


You should only choose fresh and dark green spinach for best results.

If you don’t like the flavor of only spinach, then mix any other green vegetables like celery, cucumber, beet, tomato, carrot, etc with it to prepare a flavorful healthy drink.


To get maximum benefits of spinach juice, you should have it once or twice a week in the morning. It is also recommended for healthy hair growth, glowing skin and to detoxify the body.


Anti-Aging Beverage Recipe #3 – Blueberry Apple Juice


The ingredients that are needed for this juice recipe are 2 cups of blue berries and 2 apples.


You juice the blueberries first, then apples, because this will help remove all those valuable anthocyanin pigments remaining in the juicer. You will need to drink this juice within a half an hour or the pectin in the blueberries will thicken the juice into an unappetizing jell


This juice is rich in nutrients such as pectin (has skin healing properties), anthocyanin pigments (powerful antioxidant), chlorogenic acid (another antioxidant which can slow the release of glucose into the bloodstream after a meal).


Anti-Aging Beverage Recipe #4 – Carrot Lemon Juice


The needed ingredients are 6 carrots, 1 celery stalk, 1 apple and ½ of a lemon.


First, you will juice the lemon with skin on; the same goes for apple. Cut the carrots and celery stalk into small parts and grind them into juice. Then you mix this together with the lemon and apple juices to get the final juice mixture which you can drink now.


Carrot which is rich in beta-carotene has been shown to act as a natural protector for common skin cancers and can protect the skin from the damaging effects of the sun. Therefore this juice can help to prevent skin cancer, reduce risk of stroke, lower cholesterol levels, and reduce risk of cancer and anti-aging.


Anti-Aging Beverage Recipe #5 – Cucumber Apple Juice


Ingredients needed are 1 large cucumber, 2 carrots, 1 celery stalk and 2 apples


Make sure you juice the whole cucumber, skin and all; the same applies to apples. Cut the carrots and celery stalk into small parts and grind them into juice. Then you mix this together with the cucumber and apple juices to get the final juice mixture which you can drink now.


It is no secret that cucumber is good for the skin when applied directly, but drinking its juice is even better. This long, heavy vegetable was made for juicing; it fits perfectly in the hopper and produces buckets of juice. Cucumber is high in silicon, (mostly concentrated in its skin), and is known as “the beauty mineral.” The body uses this vital mineral for connective tissue, therefore increasing silicon in your diet will result in improved skin, nails, and hair.


This juice lowers cholesterol levels, anti-aging, good for complexion, improves nail and hair strength


Anti-Aging Beverage Recipe #6 – Honey Lemon Juice


Honey lemon drink is our anti-aging recipe today. The drink is easy to prepare. Regular consumption of honey lemon drink has whitening effect on your skin. Besides, honey lemon drink also has detoxification function and it helps our body to eliminate toxins from the blood.


To prepare honey lemon drink, first of all you have to get all the ingredients right. You will need 2 medium sized lemons and 500 milliliters of honey. Clean and cut them into halves. Then cut the lemons into slices. Next, prepare a clean glass jar.


Put lemon slices and honey layer after layer into the jar, that means 1 layer of lemon slice followed by 1 layer of honey and continue until you fill up the jar.

Close tight the jar and refrigerate it for 5 up to 7 days.


After 7 days, you can dilute 1 tablespoon of honey lemon with water to drink. Make yourself a glass of honey lemon drink every morning or between 3 to 4pm everyday as these are the times when your skin dehydrates the most.


Anti-Aging Beverage Recipe #7 – Apple Carrot Detox Juice
Ingredients needed are 1 Apple, 1 small slice Ginger, 1 Carrot, and ½ cup Water (optional)


Cut the apple and carrot into small cubes. Smash the ginger. Blend all the ingredients in a food processor. Add water if you wish to lighten the juice.

Strain and drink.
This juice is excellent for healthy skin. It also eliminates toxins from the body and results in glowing skin. Since, it revitalizes the skin it delays the formation of wrinkles.


Anti-Aging Beverage Recipe #8 – Orange Cucumber Juice


Ingredients needed are 2 oranges, 2 cucumbers and ½ part ginger. Cut the oranges into halves and squeeze some juices out of them. Then you juice the whole cucumber, skin and all. Smash the ginger. Blend all the ingredients in a food processor. Add water if you wish to lighten the juice. Strain and drink.


It is a very well- known fact that orange and cucumber are the most vital things to have if one is concerned about the skin. A combination of these two combined with ginger will act as a supper supplement for your skin. Its combined effect will improve the skin texture and moisture content in the skin. It is also a body heat reducing drink.


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