Zits, spots, pimples…whatever you want to call them, they can be an unfortunate skin problem that most people need to deal with at the most inopportune time. Pimples usually occur on the face, back, shoulders and neck. You might seek for ULTIMATE way for pimples, but bad news are, there is no much treatment. Luckily, you’ll find many other options when it comes to getting those annoyed pimples under control, from changing your lifestyle to innovative home remedies.

Beating pimples is not just about what skin care products you put on your skin. By changing a few things in your diet, you can see noticeable changes after a few months. Although, there is no report prove it that food cause pimples, but food rich in carbohydrates and fats are causing an imbalance in hormones. Hormones can eventually cause it to surface, especially pimples in nose. Furthermore, poor diet can lower your immune system, making your more susceptible to infection. Avoid these food for about 1-2 weeks to see a difference: sugar, high-glycemic foods, junk food, milk and fast food.

Exercise is not only good for your skin, but your whole body health. The positive benefits of physical activity keep your skin healthy and vibrant. The truth is, the research from the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) can boost your blood flow to the surface of your skin. Another benefit of exercise is that it helps build your immune system better and raises serotonin. If you’re struggling with pimples, exercise is the key to help improve acne no matter you have a lot of pimples or just the occasional zit.

While many people accept that using brutal chemicals, even doctor managed skin peels to treat pimples. However, instead of these shelling out for expensive pimples treatments, try to get clear skin with these natural at-home remedies firstly.

Tea tree oil is an effective remedy for pimples. It contains terpinen-4-ol that is responsible for its antimicrobial activity. Tea tree oil can be used in many ways to get rid acne quickly. Make sure you choose the 100% pure tea tree oil as it’s the best for treating acne. You can mix tea tree oil with a few teaspoons of aloe vera gel then apply it to the pimple.

Honey has been known as a characteristic disinfectant to heal and sooth pimples as its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. There are many ways to use honey, the most common two options are making honey mask and applying it directly to the pimple. If you have chance to get manuka honey that comes from the manuka bush of New Zealand, that’s great because it works better.


Lemon contains Vitamin C and has acidic properties to against acne. They are quite effective to get rid of pimples because they can dry out the acne fast. Lemon juice can be used directly to the pimples or in combination with other natural ingredients that prevent acne. Keep in mind, for people who have sensitive skin, care must be taken when you used lemon directly on pimples to avoid increased sensitivity. 

People who are living with HIV/AIDS can expect a long and happy life with a healthy lifestyle and effective treatment. A study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that the lifespan of the people who is diagnosed in their 20s and an HIV-negative person would be nearly equal.

But that doesn’t mean the virus can’t trigger other life-threatening complications. An HIV-positive person is at high risk to develop more serious health problems. Living a positive lifestyle not only can help fight against the baddest culprits, but relax from the humdrum of work.

But of course nothing is written in stone! It’s always feasible to do the things we love. If you would like to add happiness and sense of fulfillment into your life, check out these hobbies. 


Photography is a wonderful skill for anyone to pick up, no matter how simple or basic that camera may have been. Photography involves art, thoughts, inspiration and science. With a photo you can capture a moment and keep it forever. Additionally, the reason why so many people love photography is that it changes the way you see things. Photography allows you to express yourself better with photographs. Of course, if the photos that you are taking gravitate more toward art, which will help you make money.


Hobbies are a way for us to express who we are and helps you to create and recreate in your profession. Better writers tend to be better readers, and better readers produce better writing. Bettering reading will make you think deeper. Writing also changes the ways you think, even change the world. You can do it as a freelancer. Writing is easy enough for anyone to get start: all you need is a notebook and a pen.


There’s nothing like the smell of fresh cut wood! Woodworking can be an enjoyable hobby that allows you to create all types of objects with wood. Woodworking, as the oldest crafts in the world, has become a very popular hobby all over the world. When you decide to put the effort towards the woodworking, you will be surprised the benefits that impact your physical, mental, and emotional health.  There are easy ways to test the waters and start your first project. The tools include hand tools and power tools can be bought from hardware, include some sort of saw and fastener. Read miter saw reviews on this blog.


Nobody doesn’t like a shaped body. Fitness offers us confidence, self-motivation and readiness. Not only fitness gives you the energy that you use to work, but makes you happy. As a hobby, you can start from activities such as walking, biking, swimming, climbing, etc. Make a fitness plan and maintain it with any consistency. As you may know, An HIV-positive person always faces higher levels of heart inflammation, which cause heart attacks and other kind of diseases. Fitness reduces heart inflammation without the use of medication.



Cooking is the best hobby to have because it keeps you happy in life. Cooking to most people is also an enjoyable thing to do as well as it being a special hobby. You can cook for your family, relatives, friends, or people whom you do not know. Learning cooking is easy, you can spend time on Google and YouTube to try to figure things out.

Your Voice Matters

Let Ottawa know that you care about global access to health! Write a letter! You have two options: send a hard-copy through the mail, or send an e-mail. Politicians in Ottawa pay more attention to “snail mail,” so that is your better option. However, if you would rather send an e-mail, you can do so from the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network's site.

Click on the links below to download pre-written letters to the Prime Minister, and each of the 16 members on the Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Technology. The letters ask that the addressee support an amended version of C-9 with the flaws removed. If any of the members on the committee are from your riding, send a letter to him or her. If not, send one to the PM!

Don’t forget to both sign your letters. And VERY IMPORTANT: write your address below your signature so they know that support comes from around the country!

Be sure to have all of your friends and family send letters too! Send an e-mail with a link to this website, or print off some copies and bring them to your school and any clubs you are a part of. In Ottawa, letters are often the best indication to legislators of what their constituents think! The files are all posted first in Microsoft Word Format. If you cannot open MS Word Files, then try the RTF (Rich Text Format) link.


The muscles are in constant contact with the central nervous system. Emotions like anger or anxiety often make the muscles tense.  Over time, tense muscles will move less easily and lose their full range of motion. 

This will affect their ability to keep the back stable and cause lower back pain.

Internal dialogue

We are all aware of the voice inside our heads- we think to ourselves most of the time. This internal dialogue is often negative, in that it exacerbates the negative emotions such as anger and fear. For example, you have an argument with someone and you are rightfully angry at the person. However, days later, you are still going over the argument in your mind, thinking things like: “How could she say that to me?”, “The next time I see him Ill tell him where to get off”  and so on.  This internal imaginary conversation is not helping you to deal with the situation. You are fuelling the anger every time you rehearse the argument. By becoming aware of this internal arguing, you can then start to train yourself to stop it. 

10 Step Controlled Relaxation Exercise

Sometimes it’s very hard to relax. If you first tense your muscles, then release the tension, its easier to relax. These exercises are preferably done lying down. For each step, breathe in, hold the position for 5-10 seconds, and tense up your muscles as much as you can. Then breathe out and relax your muscles.  

1. Curl your hands into tight fists and make your forearms tight.  

2. Make fists again and curl your biceps, tensing all of the arm. 

3. Shrug your shoulders up close to the ears. Move your head back slightly, tensing  the back of your neck.  Press your tongue against the roof of your mouth, making the front of your neck tense.  

4. Close your eyes tight as you can and frown. Smile as wide as you can.  

5. Open your jaw as far as it can go without hurting.  

6. Hug yourself, making the chest muscles tense.  

7. Press your shoulder blades together. Keep your arms by your sides and press your palms into your thighs. You should feel your upper back muscles tense.  

8. Pull in your abdominal muscles towards your spine  

9. Keeping your legs together, tighten your thighs and buttocks.  

10. Point your feet and tighten your calves .

Keeping A Positive attitude 

The way we react to situations affects how we feel as much as the situations themselves. The more positive your attitude, the easier you are able to face difficult situations. A negative, angry, attitude will also be strengthened by an angry internal dialogue.Get 8 Hours Of Sleep The body needs about 8 hours of sleep each night. To fall asleep more easily, avoid over stimulating yourself late at night e.g. watching violent movies makes it more for the mind to relax and fall asleep. Lessen your internal dialogue;if you are thinking about an argument you had, say to yourself that you will think about it some other time.

Build your Back, Beat the Pain is a step-by-step fully illustrated exercise plan that anyone can follow to beat their back pain.

What is AIDS?

AIDS is an acronym that stands for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.

  • Acquired means that the virus is contracted from an external source. AIDS is not contagious in the same way that the flu is. It has to be contracted by direct exposure to infected bodily fluids. Sexual intercourse, the sharing of needles, and mother to child transmission during birth are the most common means of contraction.
  • Immunodeficiency means that AIDS attacks the immune system. It makes the human body incapable of fighting other diseases, and the thousands of germs that we all encounter in our every-day lives.
  • Syndrome means that AIDS presents itself not as a single disease, but rather as a whole set of diseases that attack the person living with AIDS as the immune system weakens.

HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. The difference between HIV and AIDS is a subtle one. When a person originally contracts the disease, they are said to be HIV positive. The person is said to have AIDS when the HIV infection has destroyed enough of the immune system that it is no longer able to protect the body from opportunistic infections.

The Numbers

  • Almost 40 million people worldwide are living with HIV/AIDS.
  • There were nearly five million new infections in 2000 - that?s a new infection about every seven seconds.
  • Since the beginning of the epidemic, thirty million people have died.
  • In some sub-Saharan countries like Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Swaziland, more than 1/3 of the adult population is living with HIV.
  • In sub-Saharan Afirca, women account for 57% of all new HIV cases.
  • Worldwide, youth between 15 and 24 account for about half of new HIV cases.

HIV/AIDS in the Developing World

90% of people living with HIV are in the developing world. In sub-Saharan Africa alone, more than 28 million people are living with HIV. Most new infections also occur in the developing world.

In the developing world, governments do not have the resources to fight the epidemic. AIDS prevention education is limited by monetary constraints, and fragmented education systems. Testing for HIV and providing care for people living with HIV is difficult because of high costs and poorly developed health infrastructure.

The Effects of HIV/AIDS

Besides the grief that sickness and loss of a loved one inevitably causes, HIV/AIDS often kills parents and providers. When a family loses a parent or provider, the family has to find new ways to survive. This often includes taking children out of school to work, or to care for their younger siblings. It might also force the remaining parent or older children into sex work - where there is a increased risk of contracting HIV/AIDS.

Because of the way that HIV/AIDS is transmitted, it often kills both parents of a family. This can mean that the oldest children in a family are forced to act as parent-providers. Other times, members of the extended family take children in - sometimes as many as twelve or more from the various parts of the extended family. But the disease is killing members of extended families too. Family networks can only stretch so far before they break. Caring for the thirty-four million AIDS orphans worldwide is one of the most pressing consequences of the global HIV/AIDS pandemic.

HIV/AIDS makes it difficult for communities to function and countries to develop by killing off people in their most productive years, just when society needs them most. Children cannot learn when their teachers and bus drivers are dying. People cannot get well when doctors, nurses, and public health workers are dying. Governments cannot function when administrators, taxmen, and politicians are dying.

Why are most Still Dying?

Today in the developed world, HIV is a chronic, rather than deadly disease. Antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) cannot cure HIV, but they can slow its progression. More importantly, they allow people living with HIV to live normal, healthy, and happy lives. Unfortunately, only approximately seven percent of the people in the developing world that need treatment actually receive it. This is called the access gap.

Companies that develop new medicines have the right to patent them. Patentees (called brand-name manufacturers) are given exclusive production and distribution rights over the patented drug for a given period of time, normally twenty years. During this period, the patent holder has the right to sell the patented medicine at whatever price it wishes to. As a result, patented medicines are very expensive. When the patent expires, other companies (called generic manufacturers) are allowed to sell and produce chemically identical versions of the medicine in question. The resulting competition drives the cost of medicine down.

In theory, the patent system is fantastic. Companies that spend lots of time and money on the development of new medicines can pay off the cost of the development of the medicine during the patent period. Unfortunately, the system is based on the deadly assumption that people who need the patented medicines, or their health insurance, can afford them. Unfortunately, this is not the case in the developing world, where the resources to pay for treatment, which can cost hundreds of dollars a day, are simply not available.

The access gap must be closed. Importantly, the World Trade Organization ? which has the job of standardizing intilectual property law ? has recently agreed that public health must be the primary concern of governments and that intilectual property rights do not trump the right to health. The fight for access continues. There are still millions who urgently need treatment and are not receiving it.

UNAIDS has taken the lead in the fight for treatment access with the 3 by 5 campaign. The campaign aimed to provide treatment to 3 million in the developing world by 2005. Unfortunately, although much progress has been made, this goal was not met.

What is Required to Close the Gap?

  • More political will to put public health above private profits.
  • Increased price-reducing competition from generic pharmaceutical manufacturers.
  • Trade rules that allow developing countries to make the health of their people a priority.

What Can We Do About it?

After learning a little about the global HIV/AIDS pandemic, it is easy to feel helpless - to feel that there is nothing that you could do to help, but this is not the case.

One of the most important things that you can do is help raise awareness in the developed world about the extent and gravity of the global HIV/AIDS pandemic. Along with this first step, be sure to educate yourself too.

The next thing you can do is make sure that your elected representatives know that you think fighting the pandemic should be a priority. At the same time, you can encourage them to support dropping third world debt, to increase international development assistance, to increase contributions to the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Malaria, and Tuberculosis, and to not support national or international legislation that would put intellectual property rights over the right to health.

Finally, if you are interested in becoming more involved in international AIDS activism, you can join your local SAGA chapter.