How to Choose a Logo Design that is Perfect for You

Your logo is the signature of your brand, and one of your company’s most valuable assets. It is the single element that will symbolize your brand more than anything else. A well-designed logo is one that reflects your business and communicates your message. It needs to be simple, unique, memorable, versatile, and able to work without colour.

In order to choose a logo, there are important steps to go through, both by yourself and with a graphic designer. In this post, I outline the logo design process and some important guidelines to keep in mind when choosing a logo that is perfect for you.

For the creation of your logo, you are free to choose either a freelance designer, a design firm, or perhaps an advertising agency. Throughout this post, for the purpose of convenience and readability, I will use the term “designer” to include whichever type of business or individual is applicable to your case.

Choose a budget

First off, you should decide on your budget for your new logo. They can cost anywhere from $300-1500 (USD), and sometimes more. Just remember that you get what you pay for, and a designer’s fees will reflect experience, client history, and professionalism. Investing in a logo (and a corporate identity to go with it) is one of the most important first steps you can take when building a brand. A logo is worth much more than the hours it takes to create it.

You can find logo banks and contest sites online and get one for around $150. There are even different freelancer sites where people bid insanely low prices-like $50. Just be aware that choosing a logo for a cheap price online can be disastrous. Inexperienced designers may take forever, not communicate well, use clip art images (a definite no-no), and may not provide you with the correct files you need for both print and web use.

Locate designers

There are so many places you can find graphic designers. Choosing the right designer for you is definitely a lot harder (and we’ll get to that in a minute). You can locate lots of candidates by using different methods.

  • Ask around. If you know someone with a great logo, simply ask them who did it. Most of my freelance design work comes from referrals.
  • Search graphic design firm directories such as the one on GraphicDesign.com.
  • Browse design galleries and portfolio communities like The Behance Network.
  • Search for “logo design” and “logo development” on social networks like Twitter, Google Plus, and Facebook.

Choose a suitable designer

After contacting a number of designers and requesting quotes, make sure you look at more than just the price when deciding who gets the job. Consider the designer’s previous logos and the corporate identities they have created around those logos. Look for good design presentations because it shows how much they care about their own professional appearance. Read the descriptions that go with each of their logo projects because a logo may look great and all, but it has to meet the specific design requirements to be effective.

More importantly, choose a logo designer whose style of design fits your own preferred style. By doing this, you’ll be happy with the logo you end up with, and the designer will be happy because that style is what they’re most comfortable with.

You can judge the professionalism of a graphic designer by the following points. These don’t all have to apply, but be on the lookout for at least a few of them.

  • They are polite, direct, knowledgeable, and efficient communicators.
  • They explain their design process for you and tell you what will be delivered upon completion.
  • They will ask you relevant questions to understand your business.
  • They have some sort of contract or service agreement to sign before starting.
  • They require a specified up-front payment before starting.
  • Their grammar, spelling, and punctuation are at least satisfactory. (As with any industry, bad writing says a lot about a person).

One crucial note here: if the designer presents you with a contract or agreement, make sure that the ownership of the logo is transferred to you upon final payment. If there is nothing in writing that mentions ownership, then ask your designer to give you this agreement in writing. It is imperative that you own your logo design so that you can legally use it however you like in the future.

Brief the designer in detail

Whether you brief your designer face-to-face or send over a brief in email form, it is essential to explain what you want in detail. Answer these questions first:

  • If you currently have a logo, why don’t you like it?
  • What does your business do?
  • Who is your target market?
  • Who are your main competitors?
  • How are you different from your competitors?
  • What qualities do you want your company to project?
  • What feelings do you want your new logo to incite?
  • Do you have a tag line that needs to be included in the design?
  • Will your logo show up in videos? If so, will it eventually need an animated version?
  • Which specific logos are your favourites, and why?
  • Are you partial to typographic logos (FedEx or ESPN), symbolic logos (Nike or Apple), or a combination of both (Pepsi or Adidas)?

Let the designer know exactly where you plan on using the logo. Sure, you’ll have business cards and a website, but will it also be seen on billboards and your social media profiles?

Ask if the designer will provide a logo usage guidelines document, which advises how the logo can and cannot be used. For example, which logo variation can be used on which colour background? Finally, ask for a favicon. This is the little image that appears in browser tabs, in your bookmarks manager, and on your computer when you save a webpage. They usually come in one of three sizes: 16×16, 32×32, or 64×64 pixels. Ask for a 64×64 pixel favicon, so that is looks crisp everywhere it appears.

Equipped with all this knowledge, your designer should be able to deliver an accurate visual representation of your business. Solidifying your vision before briefing a designer will definitely save you time, money, and headaches in the end.

When I entered into the logo design industry, I encountered a few clients who expected me to know all of these things and deliver a perfect solution to a problem that was not expressed clearly. It inevitably led to non-stop revisions of their logo and tired faces all around. That’s why I decided to start sending out a list of preliminary logo design questions before even considering a job. If you don’t know what you want in the beginning, then you may keep changing your mind as the project moves forward. It’s definitely okay to change your mind, but be aware that the designer will probably ask you for more money before continuing.

Choose a logo concept

The designer will then do the necessary research and experiments, then come back to you with some concept designs. This will take around two to four days, depending on the specific job. Ideally, they will present you with three to six hand-drawn sketches. When you first view the concepts, choose a logo that immediately catches your eye. This is usually the one that your gut is telling you to choose. Continue the decision process by asking yourself some essential questions:

  • Does it represent my product or business?
  • Does it convey my message?
  • Is the design simple enough?
  • Does the design have sufficient contrast to stand out?
  • Will it work without colour?
  • Will it work when it’s super small?
  • Does it look too much like any other logos?
  • Will it be relevant five years or ten years down the road?

After that, sleep on it. Do the exact same thing and ask yourself the same questions for a second time. Do your answers change? It’s also a good idea to ask friends and family what they think.

Give useful feedback

After the first draft, your designer may actually present a logo that is close to what you’re looking for, but it’s not often they’ll hit the nail on the head right away. Therefore, it’s up to you to communicate your needs as best you can. Provide your designer with feedback that is useful. Simply saying, “I don’t like any of them” doesn’t really help the process. Express why you don’t like something, or what you would like to see differently, such as, “I don’t like how rigid and symmetrical this one is. Can you give it more movement or make it more lively?”

Giving clear direction is necessary, but try not to become the designer yourself. You have hired a designer for a reason, so let them do what they do best. If you have chosen a good designer that communicates well and matches your preferred style, then you can be confident they will present you with quality work.

Accept deliverables

Upon release of final payment to the designer, you should receive the deliverables promised to you in the beginning of the business relationship. This should include vector files that are resizaeble, as opposed to raster images that cannot be increased in size without becoming pixelated (blurry).

You need files that you can start using on the web right away (usually PNG, JPG, or GIF). Ask for a PNG of GIF if you want the background to be transparent (no white box around your logo). You also need to get the original source files (usually AI or EPS). You definitely want to have the source files in case someone else needs to modify or expand on your logo someday. For example, if one day you hire someone to create a video for you, then a source file is required to incorporate your logo-a JPG simply won’t cut it.

When it’s time to choose a logo that is perfect for you, realize that it’s not a simple process. It takes a lot of thought about your type of business, your target audience, the message you want to send, the feelings you want to incite, as well as open communication with your designer.

However, it’s definitely worth the effort to strive for a strong logo design, as it is the first thing your audience sees, and it will be with you for a long time to come.

Built To Last

IN STRENGTH LIES BEAUTY. FOR BONES, BOTH CAN BE ACHIEVED WITH WEIGHT-BEARING EXERCISE – WALKING, DANCING, RUNNING.

Two decades into the fitness revolution, we take for granted that exercise makes the human machine look, feel and function better. But now, as the baby-boom generation moves into mid-life, another advantage is emerging. A growing body of research is challenging assumption about what happens to bodies as they age. The evidence suggests that an active lifestyle can have a dramatic impact on much of the physical decline – in strength, vitality, disease risk and many other areas – traditionally associated with getting older. That comes as no surprise to some experts. “Exercise is our normal state, the state we’re geared for genetically,” says Dr. John Holloszy, professor of medicine at Washington University in St. Louis. Bodies are designed to be used, and the modern tendency to become less active as we grow older has created a vicious circle: As we move less, our bodies lose function; that makes exercise harder, more challenging, and leads to even less activity.

Of course, exercise doesn’t have the power to prevent all age-related deterioration – it can’t head off failing eyesight or hearing loss, for example. But it can help make the difference between a vigorous old age and a frail one. “There’s no question that a general decline in virtually every biological system occurs as a person ages,” says cardiologist James Rippe, director of the exercise physiology and nutrition laboratory at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worexter, “but the speed of that decline can be dramatically showed by staying active throughout life.”

The message seems to be getting through – at least to the ranks of those who exercise the most: Forty-two percent of entrants in last year’s New York City Marathon were 40 or older, up from 22 percent than previous years. But benefits extend to non-competitors as well: Studies show that people of all ages and fitness levels can improve in endurance, strength and flexibility with moderate, regular exercise.

It’s too early to call the research conclusive: Many studies are cross-sectional, meaning they compare groups of people, usually older with younger or active with sedentary. That can highlight differences but does not prove a cause-effect relationship, nor can it show change in one person over time. Longitudinal studies may reveal more – they follow a group for days, months, even years – but controlling for all variables is nearly impossible. Another limitation: The bulk of research has been on men only.

Even so, the evidence is compelling that exercise has a beneficial effect on changes in all parameters of fitness – heart and lung function, muscle versus fat percentage, strength and flexibility, bone health, blood chemistry and psychomotor skills. Here’s what the scientists report:

Keeping the Motor Humming

One of the most heavily studied areas is heart and lung health. Maximum oxygen uptake or VO2 max – the greatest amount of oxygen you can consume when working your hardest – has been shown to decline by about 9 percent per decade in inactive men and women beginning in their mid-20s. Active people have an edge, however: Their VO2 max is greater than that of age-matched sedentary people. Although VO2 max declines with age even among athletes, a number of studies have shown that in active folks it is comparable to that of inactive people 20 years younger. That mean if you work out regularly you’ll probably be able to climb stairs or walk with as much vigor as an inactive person 20 years your junior.

What’s it take? At American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) meeting, Michael L. Pollock, director of the Center for Exercise Studies at the University of Florida at Gainesville, recommended 20 to 60 minutes of continuous aerobic activity, three to five days a week. While working out, aim for a heart rate at 60 to 90 percent of its age-adjusted maximum (220 minus your age).

Flab and Other Factors

“If you weigh the same at 50 as you did at 25, you may think you have the same body. You don’t,” says Margaret Flynn, professor of family and community medicine at the University of Missouri at Columbia. The percentage of the body that’s made up of fat tends to increase slightly with age – a change that is strongly related to inactivity. In addition, lean body mass (everything that isn’t fat, including muscle, bone and water) is lost as you get older. In Flynn’s 18-year study of 500 men and women, men began to lose lean body mass after age 40, women after menopause.

Loss of lean body mass affects many functions, muscle strength being one of the most significant. Strength is a quality often taken for granted; people don’t realize how much it affects the ability to carry packages, climb stairs, open doors and accomplish a host of other daily tasks. It also permits vigorous exercise with less risk of injury. The evidence suggests that use retards loss of strength. People in physically demanding jobs may remain strong for many years: Researchers at Pennsylvania State University found that coal miners in their 50s and 60s tended to be stronger than their sedentary peers.

Strength losses are partly attributed to the decreasing power of fast-twitch muscle fibers involved in strong, sudden contractions such as those used in sprinting and hoisting heavy objects. The actual number of fast-twitch fiber also decreases with age. For reason not understood, slow-twitch fibers, which play a part in muscle endurance, seem to fare better over time. Muscle endurance declines very little until a person’s 70 or 80s.

Everyday activities are also highly dependent on the flexibility that allows your joints their full range of motion, whether you’re walking the dog or retrieving a book from a high shelf. With age, chemical changes stiffen the connective tissue – the ligaments, tendons and other structures that connect bones and muscles. Inactivity magnifies that tightening by allowing the tissues to become weaker and shorter. Exercise that coaxes joints through their full range of motion – such as regular stretching, dance, gymnastics and yoga – has been shown to improve flexibility in young and old.

Help for “Old” Blood

Blood levels of triglycerides, low-density lipoproteins (LDLs) and total cholesterol – all of which have been shown to increase the risk of heart disease – rise substantially with age. High-density lipoproteins (HDLs) – the so-called good cholesterol because a high ratio of HDL to total cholesterol lowers heart-disease risk – increase only slightly. Exercise appears to raise HDL levels among adults of all ages. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine found that the ratio of total to HDL cholesterol in 14 male endurance athletes (whose average age was 60) was as low as that for trained runners in their 20s, and 25 to 46 percent lower than that of sedentary men their own age.

Mending the Mind Behind Motion

The complex neural processes that control movement are affected by age, as brain cells shrink and the working of neurotransmitter systems declines. One of the most obvious results is a reduction in speed of response, which affects not only the ability to return a tennis volley but also to drive a car or prevent a fall. It involves both reaction time (how quickly a runner leaves the block or a driver takes her foot off the gas in an emergency) and movement time (how fast the runner covers 100 meters or the driver gets her foot to the brake). Cross-sectional studies suggest that response speed is faster in active than in sedentary older adults. Roberta Rikli, professor of physical education, tested women whose average age was 70 and who had been exercising three times a week for 15 years or longer and found their response times to be almost identical to those of inactive college women.

Balance, which is important in moving efficiently and preventing falls, is associated with both motor skills and muscle strength. In Rikli’s study, the long-active older women scored nearly as well on balance tests as the sedentary college students did.

Latecomers to fitness benefit too: Priscilla MacRae, associate professor of sports medicine at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, studies a group of 65-year-old women runners and found that even those who hadn’t started exercising until age 50 or 60 showed psychomotor reactions similar to those of inactive 25-year-olds. Exercise may affect an even broader range of intellectual skills: Louise Clarkson-Smith and Alan Hartley of Scripps College in Claremont, California, found that the more active 55- to 91-year-olds were, the better they performed on tests of reasoning, memory and reaction time.

Aerobic exercise seems to be the most effective in keeping psychomotor skills sharp. Robert Dustman of the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Salt Lake City studied previously sedentary adults ages 55 to 70; the group that went through four months of aerobic training improved on a variety of perceptual and motor tasks, while the group that trained for strength and flexibility showed little improvement. The difference could lie in the greater efficiency of an aerobically fit body in transporting oxygen to the brain; that may explain why you feel alert and clear-headed when you work out regularly.

What about Bones?

Few aspects of aging have received as much attention these days as bone loss, or osteoporosis. Rightly so, with the annual 10 to 15 percent who die from complications of hip fracture almost equal to the number of women who die from breast cancer.

Bone loss seems to occur naturally with age: After 35, the average woman loses three fourths of a percent of her spine and arm-bone mineral per year. Following menopause, when the amount of bone-preserving estrogen circulating in the body drops sharply, that rate increases to as much as 2.5 percent a year until about age 65, when it seems to level off at 0.5 to 1 percent. Although there are usually no noticeable effects before menopause, mineral loss makes bones weak, brittle and more susceptible to breaking later.

You’ve probably heard about the suspected link between lifelong exercise and dense bones. Studies by Dr. Peter Wood of the Stanford University School of Medicine indicate that men and women over 50 who have been running for many years have spines that are 40 percent denser than those of a comparable sedentary group. Weight-bearing exercises – such as running, walking and similar activities that put stress on the legs and spine – probably offer better protection against bone loss than activities such as cycling or swimming, which are not performed standing up. But any exercise is better than none, says Everett Smith, director of the biogerontology laboratory and department of preventive medicine at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Swimming, for example, has been shown to increase bone density in arms and legs. Says Smith, “If a person can’t jog but can swim or ride a bike, then by all means she should swim or bike.”

The Life-Extension Question

It’s possible that exercise not only shows the aging process but also adds years to life. Consider the results of a longitudinal study of women reported by Steven Blair, director of epidemiology at the Institute for Aerobics Research in Dallas, at a meeting of the ACSM: A group of 3,216 healthy visitors to the clinic was followed for eight years; those who were less physically fit had mortality rates four and a half times that of the fitter women. Probably the best-known study linking exercise to longevity was done by Dr. Ralph Paffenbarger Jr. of Stanford University School of Medicine. He tracked 17,000 Harvard University alumni and found that over a 12- to 16-year period, those who had expended 2,000 or more calories a week in physical activity, such as walking, stair climbing and recreational sports, had a 28 percent lower death rate than their less active counterparts did. The gain translated into a welcome 2.15 years of added life.

A caveat: The data also showed that college athletes who quit exercising lived no longer than their sedentary classmates who never worked out. “There’s no lasting benefit to being fit in young adulthood if a person doesn’t stay active,” says Paffenbarger. The good news: College couch potatoes who switch to an active lifestyle reap the same benefit as those who’ve always been active.

A variety of fitness studies support this observation. Not only does regular exercise preserve body function in the young and middle-aged, but also the elderly benefit, even if it’s their first exposure to moving around. “A sedentary person who goes into training can produce a response that may be the equivalent of a 10-year or even a 20-year rejuvenation,” says Dr. Roy J. Shephard, director of the School of Physical and Health Education at the University of Toronto. “I don’t think there’s any form of medication that can match that.”

START YOUR EXERCISE (RUN OR WALK) TODAY IF YOU DON’T AND CONTINUE TILL YOU TAKE YOUR LAST TURN OF LIFE!

Natural Medicine Gives Hope for Women With PCOS

In today’s world, many women know what PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is, and this is due to the increasing prevalence of this condition around the world. While PCOS carry such a name due to the fact that there are many small cysts found in ovaries of women with this condition, there are also certain other symptoms and signs that might disturb their healthy life; infertility, symptoms of hormonal imbalance and irregular menstruation are few of them. These multiple small cysts disturb the hormonal cycle, which results in a serious hormonal imbalance. Also, with the time, this disease increases the risk of diabetes and heart diseases. This is why PCOS is a serious matter when it comes to women health.

Unfortunately, allopathic medicine, as well as western medicine, does not have a cure for PCOS other than the 500mg Metformin pill which is prescribed for every woman with this condition. We see that Metformin is a medication that is prescribed for two conditions; during Diabetes Mellitus type 2 and during PCOS. It is quite obvious that this medication is not very specific in treating or terminating this condition, which changes a woman starting from her appearance to her daily lifestyle.

While for many, the most effective treatment for PCOS is defined as the eating certain healthy foods, controlling the weight and doing regular exercises, in Ayurvedic medicine, we have a better definition. Actually, we have a better answer for this condition and it is a real cure that completely heals PCOS.

These medications are not artificial or synthetic. They are a complex of extracts from natural herbs, fruits, and seeds. There are several Ayurvedic herbal supplements to treat PCOS and they are;

1. Polycys

2. Cystomin DS

3. Femdays

4. Myo-inositol

5. Bacopa Medicated Ghee

6. Spirulina

7. Moringa Oleifera

Each supplement contains a blend of several herbal extracts or a single, very powerful herbal extract that has multifunctional abilities. These natural capsules participate in balancing the hormonal levels of women who suffer from PCOS. They improve and normalize the levels of LH/FSH ratio and maintain the menstrual cycle. At the same time, they also participate in maintaining other hormones of the body that are indirectly influenced by the female hormones at some level. These supplements can prevent irregular menstruation, heavy bleeding, and severe pain during menstruation while promoting the fertility. Acne, unwanted hair growth, and oily skin, which are due to increased levels of testosterone during PCOS, can also be effectively reduced with the use of this supplement.

Although there are many changes in the body to worry about during this condition, an increment of functional body stress and inflammation can also be noted. This is a result of broken balance between female and male hormones. But the herbal extracts in these Ayurvedic supplements play their natural wonders by increasing the level of female sex hormones and decreasing the levels of male sex hormones.

It might be surprising for you, how natural extracts from some well-known herb, fruits, and seeds can be the only answer we have got for PCOS so far. But it is true, and it is working. Hundreds of women already testify their health experience and their journey in getting back their normal lives just with the use of these supplements. According to them, the most amazing part is that these are natural medications and therefore, they do not have to worry about any side effects, unlike in any western medications!

Diagnosing Anxiety Disorder

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is possibly the most common anxiety disorder, affecting 5-6% of the population.  It is characterized by chronic worry about many life problems and circumstances and differs from normal worry through the intensity, frequency and uncontrollability of the thoughts.  Since anxiety and feelings of stress are a response to pressure, and the more consistent the pressure, the worse the anxiety feels.

For someone who has symptoms of GAD, the doctor will begin his or her evaluation by asking questions about medical history and performing a physical exam. Though there are no lab tests to specifically diagnose anxiety disorders, the doctor may use various tests to look for physical illness as the cause of the symptoms.  The diagnosis of GAD is based upon reports of the intensity and duration of symptoms which includes problems with functioning which may be caused by anxiety symptoms. The symptoms and degree of dysfunction indicate a specific anxiety disorder; GAD is diagnosed if symptoms are present for more days than not during a period of at least six months and if they interfere with daily living (ex: causing you to miss work or school).

Your doctor may also refer you to a psychiatrist or psychologist, doctors who use specially designed interviews and assessment tools to evaluate a person for a mental illness. The doctor bases his or her diagnosis on the person’s report of symptoms, including any social or functional problems caused by the symptoms, and his or her observation of attitudes and behavior. The doctor then determines if the person’s symptoms and degree of disability point to a diagnosis of a specific disorder.

Do I have an anxiety disorder?

If you personally recognize several of these symptoms and signs, and they won’t go away, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder:

• Are you constantly tense, worried, or on edge?

• Does your anxiety interfere with your work, school, or family responsibilities?

• Are you plagued by fears that you know are irrational, but can’t shake?

• Do you believe that something bad will happen if certain things aren’t done a certain way?

• Do you avoid everyday activities because they make you anxious?

• Do you experience sudden, unexpected attacks of heart-pounding panic?

• Do you feel like danger and catastrophe are around every corner?

What are the treatment options?

One potential treatment which has been used to treat both conditions is Zoloft or sertraline, which is as effective for depression as older tricyclic antidepressants, but with fewer side effects.  Though sertraline shares common side effects and contraindications of other SSRIs, it does not cause weight gain, and its cognitive effects are mild.  In addition, sertraline has safely and effectively treated millions of people with depression and certain anxiety conditions for over 15 years so it’s a product you can trust.

Do Breast Enhancements Creams Actually Work

Go to your favorite search engine right now and do a quick search for breast enhancement creams. I assure you that millions of sites will pop up. The market is very huge. There are a ton of products that claim to work miracles when it comes to enhancing a woman's breasts. One of the most popular is of course the breast enhancement cream. If you have done any research, you have ran across a few I'm sure.

But do these creams actually work? Is it worth it to try them out? According to the research that has been done on enhancement creams, yes, they do indeed work. They are created with the sole purpose of stimulating the hormones that are responsible for breast growth. The main reason your breast are small is because of an imbalance of hormones. So the cream tries to correct that imbalance by stimulating certain glands and hormones.

When you apply the cream to your breast you will need to massage it in real good. You want to make sure it penetrates your skin. If it does not you will not get the results you are expecting.

Most of the natural creams will have both estrogen or progesterone as the active ingredient. Those two ingredients are what will trick your body into thinking it is producing more estrogen then it really is. Because of this it will send a signal to your brain for your breast to start growing. That is why it is very important that you massage the cream into your skin as good as you can. It has to get into your bloodstream to have the greatest affect.

How India Is Cashing In On The American Consumer

In 2018, it is estimated that there will be an estimation of 283 million social network users in India.

If you compare this with the number of online users, and senders and receivers of email communication, you can see there is a lot of catching up to do.

According to a Livemint (stat) the number of Internet users in India could cross 450 million by June 2017: says report. A recent IAMAI-IMRB report says Urban India has close to 60% Internet penetration, reflecting a level of saturation, but there are a potential 750 million users in Rural India, that number is simply staggering;

According to: Thetoptens website – The “Top 10” Countries With the Most Intelligent People Are… India is Number One. Simply said, the people of India are very smart indeed!

Quick history: “India was the first discoverer of” the laws of algebra, geometry, calculus, the binary number system. India is home to the first people to successfully carry out cataract surgery, and plastic surgery. India is the highest paid ethnic group in the United States and among the smartest employees (and employers) in the booming information technology industry.

  • Even 38% of doctors and 12% scientists in the US are Indians.

Other notable discoveries include: The Button, Prefabricated House, Chess, The Ruler, Shampoo, Cotton Cultivation, Fibonacci Numbers, Diamond Mining, Flush Toilets, Ink, Steel & Metal Works, Fiber Optics, and more..

OK, “So How is India penetrating the US Consumer Marketplace?”

To understand how India is approaching the US marketplace, for marketing purposes, let’s first let’s look at big data consumer databases from India. The Simplicity of email now allows for instant communication to a vast amount of consumer and business users in India; with big data companies like OfficialEmailMarketing they are one company to offer a 360 million (36 Crore) India consumer database of emails ID’s that includes over 400k Indians Mobile Numbers.

Where else can you get such an active audience? Social media takes time and knowledge is the argument, and might just be true, but email communication is instant.

India business owners are starting to understand that the wealthiest most active consumer marketplace is the United States. This is something that only big Indian businesses have capitalized on for many years.

With the globalization of communication small business now have the power to communicate to the masses.

“Be where the world is going.”

– Beth Comstock

Is true! Email is one of the most cost effective and safest ways to generate sales for your business, almost immediately. Most first-time marketers achieve success within just the first few days and ongoing email campaigns will only build bigger and more relevant.

If your looking to penetrate the US consumer marketplace you can easily get started small, and grow from your success: (recommended). With email marketing India can advertise their products and services into the US consumer marketplace and rapidly build product and brand awareness.

“Consumer email accounts in particular will continue to grow steadily: According to the Radicati group internet stats: The current internet user has 1.9 email accounts per user and this is statistic is growing.”

  • Many users typically have a primary and a secondary email account.

Email is no doubt one of the best platforms for direct communication to your potential clients. Companies that require leads and the ongoing consistent generation of leads, use email marketing the most. Email marketing is a proven funnel for the generation of leads and is commonly used by mostly all Fortune 1000 Companies, Big Data, Startups, Inventors, Marketers, Online Business, and even political campaigns.

Here are some common Q&A for first time email campaigners or newsletter marketers.

Will I get called out for spamming? Not if you use a reputable email marketing company that will allow you to upload your purchased email lists, or even lists that you might have been collecting for some time.

In many cases a marketer will upload an email lists they have been collecting for months or even years and clients don’t remember you. For these reasons it’s imperative to use a compliant email marketing platform that can alleviate these concerns.

“Being an entrepreneur is a tough job. You are the Chief Operating Officer and the Chief Plumbing Officer.”

– Arjun Jagannathan

Do I need to download software on my computer and use my email address? No. With today’s email marketing management applications the software is web-based and you use the provided IP addresses, and domain addresses, for the sending and delivery. Nothing is sent from your computer, IPs, domains name, or internet connection. This is done to specialize the delivery process and give you your best results.

Email campaigns can be cumbersome and in some cases require special skills, or staff to accommodate the ongoing campaign duties.

This is why many companies tend to outsource email marketing campaigns and lead generation by using a full service company that can send, manage lists, better write your copy, and much more. The chances for success can increase.

According to OfficialEmailMarketing, Over 70% of marketer today agree email marketing is core to their business operation, and what’s even more interesting is that most marketers claim that an email is a critical tool for ongoing sales and new client acquisition. Another 20% of online marketers say their businesses “primary revenue source” is directly linked to email operations and this number is growing.

Five Reasons to Give Thanks for Podiatrists this Thanksgiving

As Thanksgiving quickly approaches it is time to reflect on all that we have to be thankful for in our lives. Most people will give thanks for their Family, their jobs and most importantly their health. If you are someone who has issues with your feet or ankles and have been into a podiatrist’s office lately then I’m sure one of the things you may be thankful for this Thanksgiving is your Podiatrist! Whether you have lower extremity related problems or not, here are five reasons to be thankful for Podiatrists this Thanksgiving.

1) Diabetic Feet – One fact that many people don’t realize is that of the 23.6 million Americans or 7.8% of US citizens that have been diagnosed with diabetes, podiatrists are one of their primary doctors that they visit on a regular basis. Diabetic feet are a tricky and sensitive issue that podiatrists deal with on a daily basis. Diabetics over time may develop neuropathy which is a loss of sensation which in diabetics starts in the toes and moves up the leg. Podiatrists work especially hard with diabetics to make sure they are extra careful about their feet or they can develop potentially life threatening ulcers or infections.

2) Children’s Feet – Children make up a large segment of a podiatrist’s patients. Something that might surprise you is that podiatrists can work with children as young as 6 months old in order to try and correct any deformity of the lower extremity. One common example is children with club feet. Although this deformity can look devastating to a concerned parent, podiatrists work with these children over the years to literally straighten them out. Other common conditions, such as in toeing, out toeing, toe walking, plantar warts, and ingrown toenails are also addressed often.

3) Bunions – A bunion is a bony protrusion commonly located on the base of the big toe. If you have ever had a bunion you can attest that these deformities are annoying and at times painful. Fortunately there is a very common surgical procedure that podiatrist perform called a bunionectomy that can correct this abnormality. If a bunion is caught early, simply wearing a custom orthotic can prevent surgery altogether!

4) Warts – Most people will contract a wart at some point in their life. Podiatrists have the leading edge technology to take care of them if they develop on your feet. Podiatrists even will give you different options for treatment, such as medication or treatment with a laser.

5) Nail and Skin infections – This is a wide category but a very important one to be thankful that there are podiatrists to help treat and cure these infections. One of the most common infections that podiatrists treat is onychomycosis. This is a fungal infection of the nail that can spread if not treated properly. The important thing to remember is that many nail and skin infections can look very similar. It is important to get a podiatrists opinion if an infection develops on your feet.

We often don’t think about our feet until a problem occurs. This Thanksgiving, make a commitment to yourself to visit with your podiatrist and make sure you stay on the road of proper foot health.

Nurturing the Heart With Energy Psychology

February is heart month!

Valentine's Day offers a perennial opportunity to affirm the presence of romantic love and caring relationships in our lives. The American Heart Association was quick to capitalize on the national interest in this day by additionally encouraging public awareness of physical heart health. Interestingly, February also gives a rare opportunity to acknowledge the intimate link between the body and emotions, since the heart is both the physical pump that meets life and is also popular seen as the seat of our loving, caring feelings.

Science tells us that the heart is the most electrically and magnetically active part of the body. Because we are energetic beings who emanate a constant flow of subtle electromagnetic fields, cardiologists are able to measure heart functions with the well-known electrocardiogram and sometimes the more subtle magnetocardiogram. The heart's electrical rhythms are not only life-sustaining, they also generate most of the biofield that surrounds the human body and interactions with the fields of people around us.

Mental health practitioners tell us that the emotional heart is the center of our humanness. Heart-felt feelings motivate our interactions as social beings. It is in expressing love for others that we grow emotionally as individuals. In turn, we must receive love from others to feel nurtured in order to better handle life's many challenges.

The new fields of energy psychology and energy medicine give us many resources for nourishing both the physical and psychological heart. In bringing their practices into daily life, we can strengthen the sense of joy in our lives and relationships while also supporting physical heart health. Here is one exercise you may wish to try:

· Think of a recent time you felt discouraged or sad, and notice where in your body you most feel the sensation.

· Gently touch the area on your body where you feel an emptiness. For many people, there is an automatic wish to touch the mid-chest heart area. Of course, other areas are fine as well, and often it feels good to touch two areas along the front of the body, such as the solar plexus and heart area, which correspond to two of the major energy centers that have been known through human History.

· As the hands gently touch the body on one or two of the areas, gently rub and add an affirmation such as, "Even though I feel discouraged (or overwhelmed, sad, or upset), I deeply and deeply love and accept myself. "

· If relevant, add, "And I forgive myself."

· Once you feel lighter you may want to think of a loved one you could help in a similar way. Since Valentine's Day is central this month, think especially of your significant other.

· Is there anything that needs to be resolved in your primary relationship? If so, make sure you have let go of your negative emotion enough to be objective before trying to reach out to your partner.

· Then, together, you may explore if there is something you both have worry, discouragement, or sadness about. It may be difficult news, a loss, or a physical problem.

· Reach out to touch each other's heart area with a gentle touch and a joint affirmation. Example, "Even though we have this diagnosis or news, we deeply love and accept each other."

· And, if appropriate add, "I forgive you for_________."

· Allow the dust to settle, take quiet time to really see each other, and enjoy the energy of the heart-to heart connection. Let your relationship be "re-fired" by this easy act of heart health maintenance.

In a very tangible sense, every day is heart day since we would not be alive without the trusty efforts of the physical heart. When we add the energy of the emotional heart to our lives we become enriched at deeper, more personal levels. Reaching out to a loved one with caring is not only emotionally rewarding but it is also one of the quickest ways to allow the heart muscle to relax and continue to do its life-sustaining work. Studies show that people who altruistically help others and engage in ongoing relationship maintenance activities live longer, in better health, and much more joyously.

This month, re-fire your life and give support to your physical heart by loving yourself and others more fully!

How Does Tea Tree Oil For Nail Fungus Work – Will this Special Tea Oil Work for You

When exposed to damp conditions in public areas, your toenails can become infected with a fungus. Called trichophyton rubrum, this can get under the nail and grow at a rapid rate, and should be treated as soon as possible. Effective medications exist, but these can have nasty side effects. Natural remedies and oils are often sought because of this, but how does Tea Tree Oil for nail fungus work?

As could be reasonably assumed, Tea Tree Oil is not actually extracted from tea. It comes from a native Australian tree, “Melaleuca alternafolia”, which is commonly called the Tea Tree. Many natural substances are found within the sap, which can be effective in numerous applications, with clinical studies having shown its worth and validated its medical use.

The substance generally accepted to be useful for fungal infections is, terpinen-4-ol. Proven to be an effective antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal, Tea Tree Oil also has unique properties that allow it to penetrate deep into the nail and attack the infection at the root, which is uncommon in many other topical treatments for nail fungus.

When starting on a course of Tea Tree Oil, it is important that a skin test is undertaken before use. Whilst rare, there are cases where the oil can cause skin irritation. A couple of days before you intend to start treatment, apply a small amount on the underside of your forearm each morning. If you have suffered no adverse reaction to either application, you can begin with the fungus treatment.

To get the best effects, it is necessary to file the nail right down. This should be fairly easy and painless, depending on the amount of fungal nail growth present. Once the area has been prepared, the oil should be applied directly to the infected nail area. This can be done in a number of ways, whether by soaking feet in a bowl containing the oil, dabbed on with a piece of cotton wool or applied with a soft toothbrush. If removing the dead nail is not possible, medical syringes can be used to inject the solution directly into the infection. Again, this should not be painful, as you will be treating dead cells.

If slight irritation occurs after use, you can try diluting the solution with olive oil. However, if irritation continues after this or is severe, you should stop application immediately and seek medical care.

Tea Tree Oil is readily available, and can be picked up without prescription from most health stores, pharmacies and many online retailers at minimal expense. However, it is advisable to seek a proper diagnosis from your physician before commencing with any self treatment.

10 Little Known Business Growth Secrets Uncovered

Why is this so when the fundamentals of growing a business are pretty basic? I'd go as far as to say they're simple. Yet, is not it so true the most simple and basic things in life are the things so often overlooked!

To this end, I'd like to share with you the 10 closely guarded secrets of business growth. Once learned you'd better take action with them as these nuggets of information provide you with the keys to unlock the door of exponential business growth.

When I say exponential I do not mean 3 or 4% per year, as after all this is barely better than inflation. By exponential I mean 10, 20, 50 or even 100% or more growth year on year. Now the actual growth you'll achieve will depend on a number of things, namely:

+ How well you take on board these ideas

+ How committed you are in taking action with these ideas

+ The industry you're in

+ The quality of your offering

+ And many more factors.

To go into each of these ideas in great detail is not the remit of this article, I'll save the details for future articles. For now, let's unforgettable the 10 closely guarded secrets, so you're able to benefit from a greater understanding of these ideas.

1. Understanding the 4 Key Questions of business growth – which are, how do we: + Increase the number of customers? – This is the area most companies spend their eventual time.
+ Increase the average order value?
+ Increase the average order frequency?
+ Increase our retention of customers?

2. Perception of price and "price positioning" – the number of times I've seen people give away discount to customers, without the customer even asking. The main reason being the salesperson was not comfortable with the price in the first place and did not really understand the value proposition of the product / service. Therefore it's essential to set the price appropriately, ensuring your salespeople understand the true value proposition of your offering.

3. Systematising the Process and Personalizing the Service – There seems to be a myth now that if you put a detailed system in place you lose the personal touch. In our experience this could not be further from the truth. By adopting an appropriately structured system we can increase our success by better answering each of the 4 Key Questions mentioned in Secret 1. By creating clearly defined systems in your business, you'll take the guesswork out of doing business, and free up your people To focus on delivering an exceptional customer experience!

4. The lack of knowledge of the 10 Key Factors of Influence with Integrity. In a lot of business interactions, customers walk out the door of a business without buying. There can be a number of reasons for this, but the most often quoted are the customer was either undersold on the products or services or because they felt as if the sales person or sales process was trying to manipulate / force them into making a decision.

Furthermore, is not it astounding how many people do not close? This has got to be the cardinal sin in business – not asking for the sale!

If only business owners and their team took note of how other companies and other people use some key influencing tools to persuade them to take actions – for example "scarcity", which is used so effectively by many companies such as wine clubs. These companies encourage people to buy by positioning their products or services as scarce resources eg We only have 200 cases of this fine wine available. They are use scarcity around both time and resources.

5. Not calculating the "True Acquisition Cost" of customers. By understanding the true acquisition cost of customers and their LTV (life time value), organizations are more likely to spend more time looking after existing customers, rather than just searching for new customers. What is your true acquisition cost of a customer? And what is their average LTV?

6. Failing to implement low cost / no cost marketing strategies. A lot of companies spend thousands of pounds of expensive and INEFFECTIVE advertising, because they do not measure the true response to their marketing activities. There are some very simply principals you really should adopt when planning your marketing strategies, such as:

+ Keep your marketing simple

+ Tell your existing and prospective customer exactly what benefit they will get from your products / services

+ Use testimonials

+ Ask for and follow up on referrals.

+ Ask existing clients what they want – then deliver what the client wants – not what you think they want!

7. Too much time working "IN" the business and not enough time working "ON" the business. All too often we can get too close to the operations of the business, we forget to evaluate whether we are working as effectively as we possibly could be. It's essential to take time to stand back, evaluate what is working and more importantly, what is NOT working. We need to spend time planning the next moves for the business as well as reviewing how things are progressing.

A very powerful process is to visit your promises, call your switchboard, fill out your order forms, and do all the things your customers have to do in order to do business with you. Evaluate how simply the process is. Ask yourself the questions – How easy is it for the customer to do business with us?

8. Not having a clear route map for business and personal success. Do you know what you want out of life? Are you personal and business goals in alignment with each other?

It's surprising how many business owners never really take the time to sit back and evaluate their life – both professionally and personally – to make sure they're getting out of life what they really want.

When was the last time you revisited your personal goals? When was the last time your revisited business plan and reviewed your business plan? Maybe it would be worthwhile revisiting your business and personal goals at at least a monthly basis. It might even be worth adding a section to your business plan, which is "Personal Goals of the Business Owners".

9. Lack of understanding of motivational factors. Do you understand the motivation of your individual team members? If you have not already done so maybe you should ask your team members individually "Why do you choose to work for our company?" And "What motivates you to deliver to the best of your abilities?" By understanding what motivates your team, You're likely to be able to provide them with better support and guidance, and in turn the business is likely to be more successful due to the highly motivated team.

10. Lack of measurement in the business.

If you keep doing what you've always done, you'll keep getting what you've always got!

The most important principle in business is "Test, Test, Test". The only way to understand what works and what does not is to test, measure, and evaluate. If things work, then keep doing them. If they do not then re-evaluate, tweak them and test again.

By testing, measuring and then evaluating we can create a well-optimized business that undertakings activities because they work effectively, rather then because that is the way they have always been done!

Wow, we've covered a lot of ground in this article. Now is the time to take action! Perhaps you should revisit each of these 10 Secrets to Successful Business Growth and create a plan of action of how you are going to address each of these areas in your business.

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Soft tissue injury and whiplash

Whiplash is a soft tissue injury to the neck, which may also be referred to as neck sprain or neck strain. Symptoms which occur following damage to the neck, usually as a result of sudden extension and flexion, include injury to joints, discs, ligaments and nerve roots, causing pain in the neck, and head.

whiplash compensation claims

Whiplash usually occurs after a car accident when one vehicle is shunted from behind by another, and the sufferer may feel immediate pain or delayed pain, which will only surface after a few days. Other symptoms may include neck stiffness, injuries to the ligaments and muscles, headache, dizziness and shoulder or back pain. Some people may experience psychological conditions such as memory loss or irritability and sleep disturbances, leading to depression, but this is relatively uncommon.

A soft neck collar can help recovery from whiplash injury or your doctor may recommend some type of gentle exercise to help strengthen the neck muscles. More serious whiplash injury can cause damage to the spine and discs, although most symptoms are minor and clear up completely within a few weeks.

If you have suffered a whiplash injury that was caused by someone else, you should contact a regulated UK personal injury solicitor, who will give you expert advice and help about claiming compensation for your injuries. You could claim up to £16,000 for severe whiplash injury.If you have been involved in a rear-end car shunt, you could suffer pain and discomfort, when the ligaments and tendons are strained during impact.

Most damage is done to the soft neck tissue, causing pain and discomfort in the neck and head. You may also experience pain in the lower back.Any accident which causes the head to jolt violently backwards then forwards can result in whiplash, including sports accidents, car accidents, accidents at work or at home. Whiplash accidents can also occur at the fairground, or even at the gym. Whiplash needs to be treated quickly, so your doctor can see there is no serious damage, and refer you to a specialist if necessary. A no win, no fee solicitor will help you to claim compensation if the accident was not your fault.

Treatment for sufferers of whiplash may include pain medications, anti-inflammatory drugs, anti-depressants or muscle relaxants, and a range of exercises may also be recommended. Physical therapy may be prescribed for severe whiplash, and heat treatment may help relieve muscle tension. Whiplash prognosis for most individuals is good, and the neck and head clear within a few weeks. If you continue to have neck pain and headaches after 3 months, further examination may be necessary.

If you suffer ongoing pain and discomfort, you may require a CT scan or X-ray, which will show any more serious damage to your neck or spine. It is worth remembering that most whiplash compensation claims are successful following accidents that are caused by other people, and if the third party admits liability you may not even have to go to court to make a claim.

A regulated personal injury solicitor will help you make a claim with a minimum of fuss or hassle, and most cases are settled out of court. Make sure you use a personal injury solicitor who works on a no win, no fee basis, and it won´t cost you a penny to claim compensation. The advantages of using a solicitor instead of a claims management company, is that they will deal directly with your claim and not pass it on to a third party, which should speed up the whole process.

Does Your Fireplace Make Your House Warmer Or Colder

When you see the picture of the perfect American living room in a home, there’s a cozy room with a couch, recliner and a fireplace burning beautifully. People love to sit by the fireplace watching the flames encircling the logs. Not only does the fireplace add warmth but it adds atmosphere. Unfortunately a fireplace in a home is not perfect. There are many issues that make a fireplace very inefficient.

When a fireplace is burning, it radiates warmth into the air around it. But it also creates a current that actually pulls that air out of your room and up through the chimney. So basically warm air is escaping and your fireplace has to work even harder to warm your room. Yes, there is a damper on a chimney that supposedly keeps the inside air from escaping and the outside air from coming in. But most are not constructed very well and the seal around the edges of the damper still allows air to escape.

There are some things you can do to fix this problem. There is a damper that you can buy which is installed at the top of the chimney. This damper acts like a storm door and has a seal so that the air cannot sneak around it. You can get such a product online and you can install it yourself if you’re comfortable going on top of your roof.

Another option you have is to change your wood burning fireplace into a gas fireplace. You can get a gas fireplace insert which can look just like a regular wood burning fireplace. These heaters have artificial logs that look just like they’re burning. Depending on your home construction and budget, you have several options on how to install and vent the fireplace. Most gas fireplaces use propane or natural gas sources. Many homeowners go with this type of change because they get tired of having to keep cut wood around and disposing of the ashes. A gas fireplace eliminates that need.

You can also replace your fireplace with an electric heater. There are portable electric heaters that look just like fireplaces. You can get an electric fireplace heater that has a fan which can very efficiently heat a whole room quickly. Electric heaters are very efficient in the way that they heat a room. 100% of the electricity that is used is turned into heat and put back out into the room.

Another inconvenience is that the fireplace is usually in the room with the thermostat. The room with the fireplace becomes very warm and the thermostat turns off the heat. This makes rooms in the rest of the home cooler because the fireplace is not heating them. This may cause you to look into getting a portable space heater for other rooms in your home.

Pseudo Pancreatic Cyst Treatment In India at Affordable Cost – India

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Pseudo Pancreatic cysts

Pancreatic cysts are aggregations of fluids in the pancreas. They are classified into true cysts (lined with epithelial cells) and false or pseudo-cysts (lined with fibrous tissue). True pancreatic cysts are less common (only 20% of incidence) and include congenital polycystic disease of the pancreas, among others.

A pseudocyst (80% of incidence) is a collection of fluid in the lesser sac. It can occur as a result of trauma to the pancreas, or following acute or chronic pancreatitis (of which alcoholism is a significant cause), or due to perforation of a posterior gastric ulcer (which is rare)…

Many times, the pancreatic pseudo-cysts do not require treatment and simply quiet down within a few weeks. However, there are some pseudo pancreatic cysts that do require some intervention since they persist even after six weeks have elapsed. Some get big enough to cause abdominal pains as they interfere with normal movement of materials through the stomach and duodenum, or they can get infected.

In such cases, they may be drained by percutaneous (via special needles under ultrasound guidance), endoscopic or surgical procedures. The type and degree of intervention varies, depending on the expertise of the physicians, but overall, doctors are veering away from surgical intervention and favoring non-surgical drainage…

A healthy lifestyle will help you minimise the risks of pancreatitis, which is a common culprit in the formation of the more common pseudocysts. With proper management of your diet and with temperance in the use of alcohol, you may not have to worry about ever getting pancreatic cysts…

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The Signs, Symptoms and Side Effects of Marijuana Drug Addictions

Marijuana is the flower, leaves, bud and branches of the hemp plant. Marijuana is the most used drug in the USA besides alcohol and cigarettes. It can be smoke or eaten for its narcotic side effects. Though you can smoke to get the high, eating it takes longer to feel the effected. When smoked this drug stays in the lungs for a few seconds and can last in your urine for up to 5-10 days. It can take between four to six weeks to leave your body. Smoking weed, which is another name for this drug, can cause numerous side effects.

It can cause:

Sleepiness

Hangover

Drowsiness

Slowed reaction

Short term memory

Increased heart rate

Increased blood pressure

Bronchitis

Chronic coughing

Increased risk of bronchitis and emphysema

Change in appetite

Diarrhea

Nausea

Sweating

Decreased body temperature

Depressed immune system

Dry mouth and throat

Lack of energy

Irritated eyes and soar throat

Hallucinations

Chemicals from the marijuana are stored in the blood stream and brain. The withdrawal effects from this drug are tremors, weight loss, nausea, sweating, hot flashes, diarrhea, and loss of appetite. chemicals which are transformed into 2,000 other chemicals when smoked. A person that is a heavy user, it can take up to three months for the drug to leave the body.

The potency of marijuana has increased by 275% over the last decade. It can range in colors of grey, green, brown, red and pale yellow. If marijuana has no seeds in it, it is more potent. Five joints have the cancer-causing capacity as 112 cigarettes. Because this drug affects the lungs, anyone who smokes it has a higher chance of developing lung cancer. It can also lower the testosterone in men.

Many think that this drug is not as harmful as other drugs, but this drug is dangerous to the body just like any other form of drugs. It can weaken your immune system and prevent it from fighting off colds, flu and other viruses. In women, the drug can interfere with ovulation, menstrual cycle, fertility and DNA. In male, it can cause impotence, swollen breasts that may come with pain, discharge and fluids. Despite the harsh side effects marijuana is legal is some states and prescribe to patients with certain medical conditions.

If you or someone you know, has an addiction. Please seek help life can get greater.

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Ovarian Cysts Rupture- How To Prevent Developinf Ovarian Cysts In The First Place?

You think that you might just have had an ovarian cysts rupture and you don’t know what to do about it? Well, the first thing that you should do is to consult your doctor. Sometimes, the symptoms of ruptured ovary cysts can be misleading. Othertimes, even if the burst of cysts is produced, they don;t show any symptoms.

The cysts are a sac of fluid that grows on any part of the body. The causes are various, but a great influence has our diet and our hormonal imbalance. Many women experience the grow of ovarian cysts without any harmful effect to their health. They grow and disappear by themselves without you really noticed anything strange with your body.

The problem occurs when they grow more than normal, sometimes they will rich five to eight centimeters, and they start to press your internal organs or get ruptured. When the ovarian cyst ruptures than you may feel a bad abdominal and pelvic pain, more bleeding menstruation or have an irregular menstrual cycle, dizziness, fainting, anemia and weakness of the body suggesting an internal bleeding. If you experience such symptoms you should consult a doctor as a surgery may be required.

For keeping you away from developing further ovarian cysts you should follow some natural cures for ovarian cystsand help your body get the right balance. It is thought that our diet play a major role in developing cysts on ovaries. An excess of insulin may cause them. Also, many women are taking birth control pills to reduce and eliminate the cysts, these may actually not work and even get you more cysts on ovaries.