Showing posts with label Health. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Health. Show all posts

Tuesday, 4 August 2020

Yoni Pearl : Serious Side Effect of ''Virginal Detox"

Recently, I’ve had thousand of People asking me about yoni pearls. Is it safe? Does it really work ? Can I recommend it ?

As a blogger, can I recommend to readers ? I haven't even heard of yoni pearls, so I did some searching in other to find out more.

Below is what I found out about Yoni Pearls.

1. What are yoni pearls?
Yoni pearls are usually advertised as a vaginal detox or vaginal cleanse.

They contain multiple herbs wrapped in small net cloth “gems” or “pearls.” People use them by inserting them into the vagina, sometimes for over 24 hours.

People who sell yoni pearls claim that they treat a variety of health concerns.

These include “toxin buildup” from menstrual products or past sexual partners, yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis (BV), and even fibroids and cysts.

Unfortunately, the truth is a bit more complicated.

2. Isn’t cleaning my vagina a good thing?
Actually, no.

Dr emphasized that there is no reason to “detox” your vagina or uterus. In fact, your vagina is self-cleaning!

Trying to change your natural vaginal environment will probably lead to more harm than good. Vaginas naturally have some bacteria in them—and this is a good thing! This bacteria actually protects your vagina from harmful infections and balances the pH.

When you try to “detox” your vagina (like with yoni pearls or vaginal douches), you’re killing this good bacteria. This eliminates your body’s natural defenses and throws your vagina’s bacterial balance out of whack.

3. Are yoni pearls safe?
No. Leaving things in your vagina for long periods of time is dangerous. Bacteria can build up on the objects, leading to a rare but very dangerous medical condition called Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS).

You’ve probably been warned not to leave a tampon in for more than 8 hours because it could lead to TSS. But people selling yoni pearls recommend leaving them in for 24-72 hours, which is way longer! This is dangerous and could possibly lead to not only TSS, but also pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).

Plus, the roughness of the mesh cloth might scratch your vaginal wall (ouch!) and could lead to chronic irritation.

4. I’ve seen the photos of the discharge after using the pearls. Isn’t that a sign that they work?
Unfortunately, no. In the photo testimonies for yoni pearls, the thick grey discharge is labeled as a sign that it worked. But in reality, foul-smelling discharge that’s green, grey or yellow can be a sign of an infection. It’s not a sign that the yoni pearls worked, but that they irritated your vagina and may have even led to an infection.

The yoni pearl’s mesh cloth can introduce new bacteria to your vagina.

As the yoni pearl sits in your vagina, the new and old bacteria grow.

Vaginal discharge may build up. This can cause extra discharge and a foul smell. (If you’ve ever forgotten to take out a tampon for a day or two, you know what we’re talking about.) It can also lead to TSS or PID, as we mentioned above.

Another common side effect is cramping. When there’s something inside your vagina or uterus that your body thinks shouldn’t be there, the uterus contracts and tries to push it out. This is similar to a period, when the uterus is pushing out the blood and tissue. These contractions can cause painful cramps.

So, when you leave a yoni pearl inside your vagina for a long time, you may experience cramps as your body tries to push out the yoni pearl.

5. I did my research and the herbs in the ingredients have medicinal uses.

What’s the difference?
Natural herbs have been used as medicines for years. Even today, many primary ingredients in medications are made from plants and herbs.

However, just because they work when they’re swallowed or applied in skin creams (in specific, controlled doses) does NOT mean that they’re safe or effective when used in other ways (like inside your vagina).

Plus, yoni pearls have not been approved by the FDA. This means that we can’t be completely sure what’s actually in them.

6. I’m still concerned about my vaginal health. What should I do?
If you’re worried about your vaginal health, talk to a health care provider.

They can answer any questions you have about what’s normal and what’s not, and let you know if there’s anything you should be concerned about.

Keep in mind that…

Your vagina should smell like a vagina, NOT a flower.
Having some vaginal discharge is completely normal.

The color and consistency of it actually tells us about our vaginal health. Discharge that is clear or white and has the consistency of an egg yolk is completely healthy, and the majority of people experience it during ovulation every month.

To keep your vaginal biome healthy and balanced, don’t use douches or soap inside your vagina. Instead, use unscented soap on your outer labia (the part that grows pubic hair), and let water run over the rest..

What your own experience about Yoni Pearls???

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Friday, 27 March 2020

Femi Otedola has revealed he would be contributing N1bn to the fight against corona-virus

 Femi Otedola promises N1bn towards fight against COVID-19 

The Nigerian billionaire revealed in an Instagram post that he will be donating N1 billion - This comes following the rise in the number of confirmed corona-virus cases in Nigeria As the Nigerian government continues to battle with the dreaded corona-virus, many more people including celebrities and businessmen are reaching out to show support in one way or the other.


Joining them is top Nigerian billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola, and Nigerians are amazed at how much he is willing to part with, for the sake of the country. He recently took to his Instagram page to reveal he would be donating a whopping N1 billion to the fight against the virus that has claimed lives.

Sharing the good news, he wrote: "We must all do what we can to flatten the curve." Peruzzi shares N1m among 100 fans during corona-virus pandemic PAY ATTENTION:

 His announcement comes shortly after Abdul Samad Rabiu, founder of BUA Group, announced a donation of N1bn cash through the BUA Foundation to fight corona-virus in Nigeria.

The industrialist has also placed an order for an additional donation of equipment and medical supplies, Daily Trust reports. Ara news trends gathers that the medical supplies include testing kits and medical protective gear, which will be donated to nine states in the country.

Meanwhile, twenty-two-year-old American billionaire and cosmetics mogul Kylie Jenner has donated a huge amount of cash to help combat the corona-virus pandemic in America.

The mother of one is said to have donated N366m to go towards helping health workers treating patients with corona-virus. According to TMZ, the reality TV star's donations will go into providing thousands of masks, test kits and other protective gear needed by health professionals.

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U.S. coronavirus cases top 100,000 the highest number in the world.

U.S. corona virus cases top 100,000. Above a corona-virus patient in Brooklyn New York being loaded into an ambulance

Corona-virus cases in the United States topped 100,000 on Friday, the highest number in the world.

While Reuters put its tally at 100,040, world meters .info estimated the U.S. cases at 100,514.

Italy is second with 86,498 and China is third with 81,340.

According to world, U.S. death toll also jumped to 1,546.

On Friday 251 deaths were reported.

The record corona-virus figures being logged in the hospitals across the U.S. made Wall Street stocks tumble on Friday.

This ended a massive three-day surge as doubts emerged about the fate of the U.S. economy.

U.S. stocks tumbled, even after the House of Representatives approved a $2.2 trillion aid package – the largest in American history.

The package is meant to help people and companies cope with an economic downturn caused by the corona-virus outbreak.

It is also meant to provide hospitals with urgently needed medical supplies.

“We have still not fully understood the degree of the economic impact,” warned Massud Ghaussy, senior analyst at Nasdaq IR Intelligence in New York.

Many investors see a strong risk the market could fall deeply again as corona-virus infections increase and more people die.

“Next week will depend on what happens over the weekend,” said Lindsey Bell, chief investment strategist at Ally Invest.

“If there is a major acceleration over the weekend of corona-virus cases in New York and other states and the hospital system continues to get jammed up, then I think it will be a rough week for the market.”
*With Reuters report

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Corona-virus: Fidelity Bank Staff Tests Positive

A Fidelity Bank staff who recently returned from a trip to the United Kingdom has tested positive for COVID-19 as confirmed in a statement released by the bank.

Though the Fidelity Bank staff who tested positive for coronavirus has not been at the bank’s facility as he has been self-isolating since he returned to the country, he however brought some consignments for two of his colleagues which were delivered to them individually.

The bank staff who received consignments from the coronavirus patient, have been made to self-isolate and the office where they work has been temporarily closed. No customer was identified in the contact tracing that was carried out.

A statement released by the bank’s divisional head for brand and communications, Charles Aigbe reads;

“We have self-isolated the two individuals and sent them for necessary testing.
“In addition, the office where these two individuals work, has been temporarily shut and has been disinfected.
“Due to the proactive measures taken by the bank, contact tracing within the bank was very swift and conclusive with no customers involved.
“We have also shut down our Federal Secretariat, Abuja Business Office and advised all staff/vendors to self-isolate and go for testing in line with our policy on COVID-19, on account of possible exposure of a vendor staff.”
Aigbe said apart from the directive on isolation and testing for staff and family members who have had trips abroad within this period, the bank had in place several other precautionary measures as advised by the World Health Organisation and other health institutions.
Other precautionary measures, according to him, “included body temperature screening of staff members and visitors before being allowed access to all our premises, wearing of gloves and face masks by all our frontline staff”.
He said the bank had ensured reduction in the numbers of staff expected to come to work “with 60 per cent of our staff now working remotely from home”.
Aigbe said the Bank had reduced the number of customers allowed at a time into its banking halls to a maximum of five, among others.

“Fidelity Bank places high premium on health and safety. We shall continue to do everything within our means to ensure the health and safety of all, including customers, vendors, staff and indeed everyone who comes into our premises,” Aigbe said.

The bank said it is carrying out other measures like reducing the number of staff expected to report physically at work and number of customers allowed at a time in the banking hall to a maximum of five to curb the spread of the virus.

Monday, 30 September 2019

8 Nollywood celebrities who keep up in shape and regular fitness

Source: Men’s Health

Keeping in shape and regular fitness is known to be good for the heart while it helps the body to build muscles and also maintain a healthy weight. Apart from the good looks and a banging body gotten from keeping fit, regular fitness spurs the release of endorphins, the enzymes known for promoting happiness.

It is no longer strange to us that as individuals, we owe it to ourselves to live healthy lives and this is playing out right before us as Nigerian celebrities are more conscious than ever of their looks and working seriously at always keeping fit.

Imbibing the art of making fitness exercise a lifestyle can be tough and a demanding routine but then, we are so proud of our celebrities who have made it a habit to hit the gym on a regular basis.

Celebrities are role-models and their lifestyles rub off on the lot who look up to them more than they can imagine.

Below are some of Nollywood’s best who are not only good at acting but also painstakingly do what it takes to keep us entertained and our eyes well-fed.

1. Bolanle Ninalowo: Handsome Nollywood actor, Bolanle Ninalowo, sure knows how to flaunt his well-built body in a way that makes you want to do more for yourself. The 39-year-old actor is the second child of eight children and a native of Ikorodu Lagos State, Nigeria. He was born and bred in Lagos before traveling to the US at the age of 15. He holds a degree in Accounting from Devry University.

Bolanle Ninalowo

2. IK Ogbonna: Nollywood actor, model and TV personality, Ikechukwu Mitchel Ogbonna, widely known as IK Ogbonna is another Nollywood celebrity who is concerned about his abs, and does well in taking care of his body, perhaps because he can’t afford to be seen looking anyhow because as a model, your body is your selling point.

Ik Ogbonna

3. Kate Henshaw: Nollywood star actress, Kate Henshaw is undoubtedly a fitness freak who takes her fitness very seriously. She is the perfect definition of aging beautifully just like an old wine as she doesn’t in any way look 48!

Kate Henshaw

4. Nse Ikpe-Etim: 44-year-old multi-talented and award-winning Nollywood actress is also one to take note of when we talk healthy living. The pretty actress is one pure African woman that knows how to turn her beauty into art and she does that graciously.

Nse Ikpe-Etim

5. Ekemini Aniefiok Ekerette (Kemen): Ex-BBNaija housemate, Kemen, is also a known unrepentant fitness freak. He has on several occasions called on Nigerians to make exercise a habit as that is a great way to enhance healthy living. While in the Big Brother house, Kemen soon assumed the role of a fitness trainer thereby, winning the hearts of many with how skillfully he handled the morning drills.

BBNaija’s Kemen Fitness

6. Mawuli Gavor: Ghanaian born TV presenter, actor, producer and entrepreneur, Mawuli Gavor is a fitness freak and also the ladies’ delight. The Ghanaian fine boy who started his acting career in Nigeria, in an interview revealed that if he wasn’t at the gym, then, he is either doing something related to music or sports in his free time.

Mawuli Gavor

7. Kenneth Okoli: Mr. Nigeria 2010 and sensational Nollywood actor, Kenneth Okoli is not only a good actor but serves us great body goals on the screen especially when he decides to do a shirtless scene. He sure has a body that is ripped and fit.


Kenneth Okoli

8. Genevieve Nnaji: Nollywood sweetheart, Genny as fondly called, is also an amazing fitness enthusiast. After over 18 years of gracing our screens, she could still play the role of a teenager!

Genevieve Nnaji

We know there are so many others, share your thoughts in the comment session on your favorite Nollywood stars who didn’t make our list.

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