[ghana] jahzeeny-my way


A great song is better with the lyrics as afrobeats genius song songwriter Jahzeeny drops his new inspiring song Tag "MY WAY" prod by Ghanian super talented producer "mix master Garzy" 
This song is To spire and motivate both the young and the old

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[Music] Ballz _ Me Myself and I (Prod by Mr Tee)

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After the release of Nothing Concern Me by this 7 years old incredible Nigerian rapper, he decided to come up with another tune with great concept, he titled this one Me Myself and I of which he did Fireboy _ Jealous Cover, the rap lines are really punching, download and enjoy and don't forget to share. 

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How to forget unwanted memories

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Everyone has memories they would rather forget, and they may know the triggers that bring them bouncing back. Bad memories can underlie a number of problems, from post-traumatic stress disorder to phobias.


When an unwanted memory intrudes on the mind, it is a natural human reaction to want to block it out.


A hundred years ago, Freud suggested that humans have a mechanism that they can use to block unwanted memories out of consciousness.


More recently, scientists have started to understand how this works.


Neuroimaging studies have observed which brain systems play a part in deliberate forgetting, and studies have shown that it is possible for people deliberately to block memories from consciousness.


How do memories form?


For a person’s mind to store a memory, proteins stimulate the brains cells to grow and form new connections.


The more we dwell on a memory or rehearse the specific events surrounding the memory, the stronger these neuronal connections become.

The memory remains there as long as we revisit it from time to time.

For a long time, people thought that the older the memory, the more fixed it is, but this is not necessarily true.

Each time we revisit a memory, it becomes flexible again. The connections appear to become malleable, and then they reset. The memory can change a little each time we recall it, and it resets stronger and more vividly with every recall.

Even long-term memories are not stable.

This process of strengthening is called re-consolidation. Re-consolidation can change our memories slightly for better or for worse. Manipulating this process can do the same.

If something frightens us when we are young, the memory of that event can become a little more frightening each time we recall it, leading to a fear that may be out of proportion with the real event.

A small spider that frightened us once may get bigger in our minds over time. A phobia can result.

In contrast, casting a humorous light on an embarrassing memory, for example, by weaving it into a funny story, can mean that in time, it loses its power to embarrass. A social gaff can become a party piece.

Why are bad memories so vivid?

Many people find that bad experiences stand out in the memory more than good ones. They intrude on our consciousness when we do not want them to.

Researchers have shown that bad memories really are more vivid than good ones, possibly due to the interaction between the emotions and the memories. This is particularly so when the emotions and memories are negative.

Neuroimaging has shown scientists that the process of encoding and retrieving bad memories involves the parts of the brain that process emotions, specifically the amygdala and the orbitofrontal cortex.

It seems the stronger the emotions associated with the memory, the more detail we will recall.

FMRI studies reveal greater cellular activity in these regions when someone is going through a bad experience.

Substituting memories

In 2012, scientists at the University of Cambridge showed for the first time which brain mechanisms are involved in substituting and suppressing memories.

They found that a person can suppress a memory, or force it out of awareness, by using a part of the brain, known as the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, to inhibit activity in the hippocampus. The hippocampus plays a key role in remembering events.

To substitute a memory, people can redirect their consciousness towards an alternative memory.

They can do this by using two regions called the caudal prefrontal cortex and the mid-ventrolateral prefrontal cortex. These areas are important for bringing specific memories into the conscious mind, in the presence of distracting memories.

Suppressing a memory involves shutting down parts of the brain that are involved in recall. To substitute a memory, those same regions must be actively engaged in redirecting the memory way towards a more attractive target.

One of the report’s authors, Dr. Michael Anderson, likens this to either slamming on the brakes in a car or steering to avoid a hazard.

The researchers used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to observe the brain activity of participants during an activity.

This activity involved learning associations between pairs of words, and then trying to forget the memories by either recalling alternative ones to substitute them or blocking them out.

Results Trusted Source showed that both strategies are equally effective, but that different neural circuits are activated.

In post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), people who have experienced a traumatic life event are troubled by unwanted memories that insist on intruding into the consciousness.

Knowing more about how a memory can be substituted or suppressed might help people with this debilitating condition.

Changing contexts

The mental context in which a person perceives an event affects how the mind organizes the memories of that event.

We remember events in relation to other events, where it occurred, and so on. This, in turn, affects what triggers those later memories, or how we can choose to recall them.

Context can be anything that is associated with a memory. It could include sense-related cues, such as smell or taste, the external environment, events, thoughts or feelings around the time of the event, incidental features of the item, for example, where it appears on a page, and so on.

As we use contextual clues to recall information about past events, scientists have suggested that any process that changes our perception of that context can increase or reduce our ability to retrieve specific memories.

To test this, a team of researchers set participants a task of memorizing sets of words, while viewing images of nature, such as beaches or forests. The aim of the images was to create the contextual memories.

Some participants were then told to forget the words on the first list before studying the second.

When the time came to recall the words, the group that had been asked to forget were able to recall fewer words.

More interestingly, fMRI tracking showed that they also had fewer thoughts of the images.

In deliberately trying to forget the words, they had discarded the context in which they had memorized them. In addition, the greater the detachment from the context, the fewer words they remembered. This suggests that we can intentionally forget.

The researchers then instructed the group to remember the words did not “flush out” the scenes from their minds, and continued to remember the words and think of the images.

The findings could be useful for helping people either to remember things, for example, when studying, or to reduce unwanted memories, for example, in treating PTSD.

Weakening memories that cause phobias

Treatment for people with phobias includes exposure to the item that causes fear. Exposure therapy aims to create a “safe” memory of the feared item, which overshadows the old memory. While this works temporarily, the fear often returns in time.

In August 2016, researchers from Uppsala University and Karolinska Institutet in Sweden showed that disrupting a memory can reduce its strength.

In their experiment, people who were afraid of spiders were exposed to pictures of their eight-legged friends in three sessions. The aim was to disrupt the memory by disturbing it and then resetting it.

First, the research team activated the participants’ fear by presenting a mini-exposure to spider images.

Then, 10 minutes later, the participants viewed the images for longer. The next day, they saw the pictures again.

By the third viewing, the researchers noticed that there was less activity in the part of the brain known as the amygdala.

This reflected a lower level of emotional interference and a lesser tendency in the participants to avoid spiders.

The scientists concluded that the first exposure made the memory unstable. When the longer exposure occurred, the memory was re-saved in a weaker form. This, they say, stops the fear from returning so easily.

The researchersTrusted Source believe that this could strengthen techniques for dealing with anxiety and phobias in cases where exposure alone does not provide a long-term solution.

A drug for forgetting?

To complement cognitive approaches, some scientists have suggested using drugs to remove bad memories or the fear-inducing aspect that is associated with them.

D-cycloserine is an antibiotic, and it also boosts the activity of glutamate, an “excitatory” neurotransmitter that activates brain cells.

In one studyTrusted Source, people with a fear of heights took D-cycloserine before a virtual reality exposure therapy. One week, and again 3 months later, their stress levels were lower than before.

In other researchTrusted Source, when a group of people with PTSD took propranolol at the time of consolidating a memory, for example, just after recounting a bad experience, they had fewer stress symptoms the next time the memory was activated.

Propanolol blocks norepinephrine, a chemical that plays a role in the “fight or flight” mechanism and gives rise to stress symptoms.

Researchers in New York carried out tests on rats that showed it is possible to erase single memories from the brain, by delivering a drug known as U0126, while leaving the rest of the brain intact.

In a mouse studyTrusted Source published in Nature in 2014, scientists used a drug known as an HDACi to erase epigenetic markers in the DNA that enable bad memories to live on. This could help people, for example, with PTSD.

However, more research is needed into how to use these drugs safely and effectively.

Implanting false memories

Taking memory manipulation one step further, memory experts like Julia Shaw, author of “The Memory Illusion,” have worked out how to implant false memories.

She starts, she says, by telling someone that when they were young, they committed a crime, then adding layers of information until the person can no longer decipher reality from imagination.

Shaw says she does this to highlight how some interrogation methods can be abused.

Ethical issues

Such techniques are not without ethical concerns.

Healthy people could use them to erase an inconvenient event from the mind. Perpetrators of crimes could give memory-erasing drugs to people to make them forget events.

After all, some bad memories serve a purpose. They can prevent people from making the same mistakes again, or guide their actions on similar occasions in the future. How much do we want to forget?

How to Fall Asleep in 10, 60, or 120 Seconds

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The fastest way to sleep?


Spending more time trying to fall asleep rather than actually sleeping? You’re not alone.

Just the act of trying too hard can cause (or continue) a cycle of anxious, nerve-wracking energy that keeps our minds awake.

And if your mind can’t sleep, it’s really difficult for your body to follow. But there are scientific tricks you can try to flip the switch and guide your body into a safe shutdown mode.

We cover some science-based tricks to help you fall asleep faster.

How to sleep in 10 seconds?

It usually takes a magic spell to fall asleep this quickly and on cue, but just like spells, with practice you can eventually get to the sweet 10-second spot.

Note: The method below takes a full 120 seconds to finish, but the last 10 seconds is said to be truly all it takes to finally snooze.

READ MORE: What you should know about difficulty sleeping

The military method

The popular military method, which was first reported by Sharon Ackerman, comes from a book titled “Relax and Win: Championship Performance.”

According to Ackerman, the United States Navy Pre-Flight School created a routine to help pilots fall asleep in 2 minutes or less. It took pilots about 6 weeks of practice, but it worked — even after drinking coffee and with gunfire noises in the background.

This practice is said to even work for people who need to sleep sitting up!

The military method1. Relax your entire face, including the muscles inside your mouth.
2. Drop your shoulders to release the tension and let your hands drop to the side of your body.
3. Exhale, relaxing your chest.
4. Relax your legs, thighs, and calves.
5. Clear your mind for 10 seconds by imagining a relaxing scene.
6. If this doesn’t work, try saying the words “don’t think” over and over for 10 seconds.
7. Within 10 seconds, you should fall asleep!

If this doesn’t work for you, you may need to work on the foundations of the military method: breathing and muscle relaxation, which have some scientific evidence that they work. Also, some conditions such as ADHD or anxiety may interfere with this method’s effectiveness.

Keep reading to learn about the techniques this military method is based on and how to practice them effectively.

How to sleep in 60 seconds

These two methods, which focus on your breathe or muscles, help you take your mind off topic and back to bed.

If you’re a beginner trying these hacks out, these methods may take up to 2 minutes to work.
4-7-8 breathing method

Mixing together the powers of meditation and visualization, this breathing method becomes more effective with practice. If you have a respiratory condition, such as asthma or COPD, consider checking with your doctor before beginning, as this could aggravate your symptoms.

To prepare, place the tip of your tongue against the roof of your mouth, behind your two front teeth. Keep your tongue there the whole time and purse your lips if you need to.

How to do one cycle of 4-7-8 breathing:

1. Let your lips part slightly and make a whooshing sound as you exhale through your mouth.
2. Then close your lips and inhale silently through your nose. Count to 4 in your head.
3. Then hold your breath for 7 seconds.
4. After, exhale (with a whoosh sound) for 8 seconds.
5. Avoid being too alert at the end of each cycle. Try to practice it mindlessly.
6. Complete this cycle for four full breaths. Let your body sleep if you feel relaxation coming on earlier than anticipated.

Progressive muscle relaxation (PMR)

Progressive muscle relaxation, also known as deep muscle relaxation, helps you unwind.

The premise is to tense — but not strain — your muscles and relax to release the tension. This movement promotes tranquility throughout your body. It’s a trick recommended to help with insomnia.

Before you start, try practicing the 4-7-8 method while imagining the tension leaving your body as you exhale.

Relaxation script

1. Raise your eyebrows as high as possible for 5 seconds. This will tighten your forehead muscles.
2. Relax your muscles immediately and feel the tension drop. Wait 10 seconds.
3. Smile widely to create tension in your cheeks. Hold for 5 seconds. Relax.
4. Pause 10 seconds.
5. Squint with your eyes shut. Hold 5 seconds. Relax.
6. Pause 10 seconds.
7. Tilt your head slightly back so you’re comfortably looking at the ceiling. Hold 5 seconds. Relax as your neck sinks back into the pillow.
8. Pause 10 seconds.
9. Keep moving down the rest of the body, from your triceps to chest, thighs to feet.
10. Let yourself fall asleep, even if you don’t finish tensing and relaxing the rest of your body.

As you do this, focus on how relaxed and heavy your body feels when it’s relaxed and in a comfortable state.

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How to fall asleep in 120 seconds
If the previous methods still didn’t work, there might be an underlying blockage you need to get out. Try these techniques!

Tell yourself to stay awake

Also called paradoxical intention, telling yourself to stay awake may be a good way to fall asleep faster.

For people — especially those with insomnia — trying to sleep can increase performance anxiety.

Research has found that people who practiced paradoxical intention fell asleep faster than those who didn’t. If you often find yourself stressed out about trying to sleep, this method may be more effective than traditional, intentional breathing practices.

Visualize a calm place

If counting activates your mind too much, try engaging your imagination.

Some say that visualizing something can make it real, and it’s possible this works with sleep, too.

In a 2002 study from the University of Oxford, researchers found that people who engaged in “imagery distraction” fell asleep faster than those who had general distraction or no instructions.

Image distraction

Instead of counting sheep, try to imagine a serene setting and all the feelings that go with it. For example, you can imagine a waterfall, the sounds of echoing, rushing water, and the scent of damp moss. The key is to let this image take up space in your brain to prevent yourself from “re-engaging with thoughts, worries, and concerns” pre-sleep.

Acupressure for sleep

There’s not enough research to confidently determine if acupressure truly works. However, the research that’s available is promising.

One method is to target areas you know and feel are particularly tense, such as the upper part of your nose bridge or your temples.

However, there are also specific points in acupressure that are reported to help with insomnia. Here are three you can do without sitting up:

1. Spirit gate

The technique

1. Feel for the small, hollow space under your palm on your pinky side.
2. Gently apply pressure in a circular or up-and-down movement for 2 to 3 minutes.
3. Press down the left side of the point (palm facing) with gentle pressure for a few seconds, and then hold the right side (back-of-hand facing).
4. Repeat on the same area of your other wrist.

2. Inner frontier gate

The technique

1. On one palm facing up, count three finger-widths down from your wrist crease.
2. With your thumb, apply a steady downward pressure between the two tendons.
3. You can massage in circular or up-and-down motion until you feel your muscles relax.

3. Wind pool

The technique

1. Interlock your fingers together (fingers out and palms touching) and open up your palms to create a cup shape with your hands.
2. Position your thumbs at the base of your skull, with thumbs touching where your neck and head connect.
3. Apply a deep and firm pressure, using circular or up-and-down movements to massage this area.
4. Breathe deeply and pay attention to how your body relaxes as you exhale.

Prepare yourself fully before tackling these techniques

If you’ve tried these methods and are still finding yourself unable to fall asleep in 2 minutes or less, see if there are other tips you can take to make your bedroom a more sleep-friendly place.


READ MORE: How to forget unwanted memories

Have you tried…

1. Hiding your clock
2. Taking a warm shower before bed
3. Opening the window to keep your room cool
4. Wearing socks
5. A gentle 15-minute yoga routine
6. Placing your phone far away from your bed
7. Aromatherapy (lavender, chamomile, or clary sage)
8. Eating earlier to avoid stomach digestion or stimulation before bed

If you find the atmosphere in your room to be damaging to your sleep, there are tools you can use to block out the noise. Literally.

Try investing in blackout curtains, white noise machines (or listening to music with an auto-stop timer), and ear plugs, all of which you can buy online.

On the other hand, sleep hygiene, or clean sleep, is real and effective.

Before you truly take on the military method or 4-7-8 breathing, see what you can optimize to your bedroom for soundless slumber.

What You Should Know About Difficulty Sleeping

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Sleeping difficulty is when you have trouble sleeping at night. It may be hard for you to fall asleep, or you may wake up several times throughout the night.

Sleep difficulty may affect your physical and mental health. Lack of sleep may also cause you to have frequent headaches or trouble concentrating.

Most people experience difficulty sleeping at some point in their lives. Some people may feel refreshed after only six or seven hours of sleep. However, most adults need about eight hours of sleep every night to feel rested Trusted Source.

Signs of sleeping difficulty may include an inability to focus during the day, frequent headaches, irritability, daytime fatigue, waking up too early, waking up throughout the night, or taking several hours to fall asleep.

You may also experience low energy during the day or have noticeably dark circles under your eyes.

What causes sleeping difficulties?


In adults


There are many possible reasons for sleeplessness, including your sleeping habits, lifestyle choices, and medical conditions. Some causes are minor and may improve with self-care, while others may require you to seek medical attention.

Causes of sleeplessness may include aging, too much stimulation before bedtime (such as watching television, playing video games, or exercising), consuming too much caffeine, noise disturbances, an uncomfortable bedroom, or a feeling of excitement.

Sleeping too much during the day, lack of exposure to sunlight, frequent urination, physical pain, jet lag, and some prescription medications may also lead to difficulty sleeping.

For many people, stress, worry, depression, or work schedules may also affect their sleep. For others, sleep issues are due to a sleep disorder such as insomnia, sleep apnea, and restless legs syndrome.

In infants

Sleeplessness may also occur in infants. It’s normal for newborns to wake up several times throughout the night. However, most infants will start to sleep through the night after they’re 6 months old.

If an older infant is showing signs of sleeplessness, it may be a sign that they’re teething, sick, hungry, or bothered by gas or digestive problems.

What are sleep disorders?

Obstructive sleep apnea is a condition where there’s a blockage in the upper airways. This results in pauses in breathing throughout the night that may cause you to abruptly wake up, often with a choking sound. Snoring commonly occurs in this disorder.

Restless legs syndrome may also trigger sleeping difficulty. This condition causes uncomfortable sensations in your legs, such as tingling or aching. These sensations give you the urge to make your legs move frequently, including while resting, which can interrupt your sleep.

Delayed sleep phase disorder is another condition that can affect sleep. This condition causes a delay in the 24-hour cycle of sleep and wakefulness. You may not feel sleepy or fall asleep until the middle of the night. This sleep cycle makes it harder for you to wake up in the early morning and leads to daytime fatigue.

How are sleeping disorders diagnosed?

You should see a doctor if your sleeping difficulties are ongoing and affecting your quality of life. They’ll attempt to find the underlying cause of your sleeplessness by conducting a physical examination and asking questions about your sleep patterns.

During your appointment, be sure to tell your doctor about any prescription medications, over-the-counter products, and herbal supplements that you take. Some medications and supplements cause overstimulation and can disrupt your sleep if taken too close to bedtime.

You should also mention if you’re experiencing other problems, such as depression, anxiety, or chronic pain.

These factors may also affect your ability to sleep.

To determine the cause of sleeplessness, your doctor may recommend that you keep a sleep diary.

You should record your entire day’s activities and sleep habits, such as the time you went to bed, the time you woke up, the amount of food and the drinks you consumed, your mood, any medications you took, your activity level, and your quality of sleep.

Keeping a sleep record helps your doctor pinpoint habits that may trigger sleep issues.

If your doctor suspects you have sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, or another sleep disorder, they may schedule a sleep study test. For this test, you’ll spend the night in a hospital or sleep center.

A sleep specialist will observe you throughout the night. Your blood pressure, heart rate, breathing, oxygen level, and brain waves will be monitored for any signs of a sleep disorder.

What are the treatment options for sleeping disorders?

Lifestyle changes

Treatment for your sleeplessness depends on its cause. In some cases, at-home remedies or simple lifestyle changes can improve the quality of your sleep. You may want to avoid caffeine and alcohol for at least a few or more hours before bed.

Limit any daytime napping to 30 minutes or none at all if possible. Keep your bedroom dark and cool.

Avoid stimulating activities before bedtime, and allow seven to eight hours for sleep each night. Listening to soothing music and taking a hot bath before bedtime may also help. Keep a regular sleep schedule.

Sleeping aids

You may also purchase some sleep aids without a prescription. However, sleep aids can cause daytime drowsiness if you don’t get a full seven or eight hours of sleep. Also, don’t use these products on a daily basis, as it may lead to a dependency.

Remember to always read the directions closely and take the medication as directed.

Treating the underlying condition

If a medical condition or sleep disorder is causing your problems, you’ll need treatment for the underlying condition.

For example, if your sleep is affected by anxiety disorder or depression, your doctor may prescribe an anti-anxiety or antidepressant medication to help you cope with worry, stress, and feelings of hopelessness.

Outlook for people with sleeping difficulties

If left untreated, chronic sleep problems can greatly affect your qualify of life. Your reaction time when driving may decrease, which increases your risk of an accident.

Poor sleep quality may also reduce your performance levels on the job or at school. It may also weaken your immune system, resulting in more colds and illnesses.

Talk to your doctor if your sleeping problems become frequent. Your doctor can help recommend various treatment methods.

[Gospel] Miracle Working God mp3 by Promise Isaiah


Miracle working God mp3 by Promise Isaiah

Finally, the long awaited song is out. This is the song that will definitely top your playlist.

Promise Isaiah is a Gospel musician.

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[Video] Lyrical King _ Eko

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Lyrical King is an artist from Benue State Nigeria though doesn't based in one place because of his musical career, some months back he dropped the audio of this song titled Eko,  as an unrelenting artist that he is, he just cooked the video of that beautiful song for you guys to watch and enjoy, the video was shot by Ts-Films. Watch, share and subscribe to the YouTube channel.
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[Music] Special woman by Slim B

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From Akwa ibom state but base in port Harcourt
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Top 7 Ways To Eliminate Body Odour

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Top 7 Ways To Eliminate Body Odour


It’s significantly all the more humiliating and embarrassing when a companion reveals to you how stenchy your body smells.
It’s continually humiliating when individuals need to hold their breath while conversing with you.
Don’t stress on the grounds that in no time, that odour would move toward becoming history.These tips would work superbly in the event that you are happy to dump that stinky odour:


1. Bath every day to expel smell causing microscopic organisms and sweat
Since microscopic organisms responding with perspiration created by your perspiration organs causes personal stench, it is imperative to wash or shower consistently. Utilize a delicate, plant-oil based cleanser and foam up. The more prominent the measure of foam and the more you foam up, the more viable you are probably going to be in expelling microscopic organisms from your skin.
Not all cleanser is antibacterial, nor do you essentially require antibacterial cleanser. Have a go at utilizing peppermint castile cleanser when you shower. Peppermint oil is somewhat clean and can help battle personal stench. In spite of the fact that cleanser and-water showers are ideal, flushing the skin with water is superior to nothing. Cleaning with sand or even only a washcloth ousts microscopic organisms and oils is considerably progressively powerful. This can be an issue in circumstances like outdoors.
2. Make sure you dry yourself totally.
This is particularly significant in those regions that are inclined to personal stench: the crotch, armpits, and around the areolas. Additionally guarantee that any zones of skin folds (under the bosoms, in the crotch, at the midriff) are totally dry.
*Avoid utilizing cornstarch as a cleaning powder. Numerous doctors accept that cornstarch can be utilized as “parasites sustenance.” Instead, use unscented bath powder.


3. Eliminate bacterial reproducing grounds to help lessen smell.
For example, shaving your armpits might be useful in decreasing odour. Likewise, clean within your shoes all the time, as these can be an extraordinary rearing ground for microscopic organisms.
4. Wear new cotton garments since they’re breathable.
Wear common fiber dress like cotton, silk or fleece. On the off chance that you exercise and sweat, utilizing engineered materials that “wick” away dampness might be helpful, however change once again into the characteristic filaments after you shower away the perspiration.
Cotton garments enable the skin to inhale, lessening the measure of perspiration. In this way, wearing cotton garments keeps the skin sound, dry and odour free.
5. Avoid wearing shut footwear with socks for a significant stretch of time.
Shut footwear will prompt hostile odour from the feet on the off chance that you sweat a great deal, as there is an absence of air circulation. This is particularly valid if shoes are made of non-breathable materials. Expect to wear shoes, flip-failures or progressively breathable shoes however much as could reasonably be expected.

6. Quit smoking and biting tobacco.
Smoking and biting tobacco can prompt the generation of free radicals which harm the body. They additionally lead to the development of microorganisms on the skin, which transmit terrible smell.
7. Drink loads of water to flush your framework.
Water is a brilliant dissolvable that flushes every one of the poisons from the body. Water is the most impartial substance and decreases the arrangement of microorganisms in the digestive organs. Drinking around 8 to 10 glasses of water day by day will help keep the skin sound, hydrated and odour free