Benzonatate: Uses, Dosage, and Side Effects

Benzonatate: Uses, Dosage, and Side Effects

Updated: 3 August, 2019

Benzonatate is a non-narcotic prescription drug for cough. It works by numbing the throat and lungs, slowing the cough reflex action. By reducing the reflex it suppresses the impulse to cough. This medication comes in capsule form of 100, 150 and 200mg. The oral capsule comes in big or much smaller (perle) forms. It is available as a generic drug and a brand, named Tessalon.

Generic form of the drug usually cost less than the brand form. However they might not always be available in all forms and strength as the brand types. The generic form benzonatate often comes in the strength of 100, 150 and 200 mg while the brand form, Tessalon is often presented in the strength of 200 mg capsule as reported in an article written by the Drug Information Group, University of Illinois, Chicago. There is a great similarity between this medication and ester-type local anesthetics such as painkillers. These drugs are used to numb the body or gum before carrying out medical and dental operations. It is best to store this medication in a tightly closed container at room temperature and away from light. Do not store it in moist places like the bathroom or under direct sunlight.


Benzonatate is of the antitussive group of medication used for the symptomatic relief of cough. Benzonatate controls cough by suppressing the reflexes in your airway. It is effective against cough caused by common cold. It is also used to treat breathing related health conditions influenced by cold such as pneumonia, bronchitis and asthma. Barr laboratories states that this drug acts peripherally by anesthetizing the stretch receptors located in the respiratory passages, lungs and pleura by dampening their activity and thereby reducing the cough reflex at its source.

The laboratory also confirmed that this drug has no inhibitory effect on the respiratory center in recommended dosage. Benzonatate can be administered to both adults and children above ten. Benzonatate is not recommended for children under 10. In 2010, FDA issued a new warning to keep the drug away from young children because of accidental overdose and death. This decision by the FDA was prompted by the increase in the death rate of children who took benzonatate. Children are often attracted to the shiny look of this capsule. The FDA advise parents to keep these capsules in child-proof containers. Parents should also ensure that the capsule is out of sight and reach of children. Inquire about any medication before letting your children take them.

According to an article by the medical department of Michigan University, young children often suffer fatalities because of the misuse of cold and cough medicines. Benzonatate must be used only when prescribed by the doctor as self-medication is dangerous. Endeavor to discuss its use and risks with your doctor before it. Benzonatate may be prescribed for other uses, always seek the instruction of your doctor or pharmacist before use. Short term treatment is often recommended for this drug as prolonged use may lead to unfavorable side effects.


The 100, 150 and 200 mg of benzonatate capsule is to be taken three times in a day or as otherwise prescribed by your doctor. Daily recommended dosage can be up to 600 mg divided into three parts. Do not exceed this number. Take the drug as prescribed by your doctor or pharmacist. Exceeding your prescribed dosage can be very dangerous. If your doctor prescribes a milligram too big for you to swallow at once (e.g 200 mg), you can take two smaller ones that add up to your prescription (two 100 mg). Discuss any uneasiness you feel about the drug dosage with your doctor or pharmacist. Always read the leaflet of your medication. Doctor’s prescription for this drug is refillable. You don’t have to get a new prescription for your refill. Your doctor will write the number of times you are allowed to refill to complete the required dosage for your treatment. Refrain from keeping drug in the glove compartment of your vehicle and don’t forget it in your car, especially when it is too cold or hot. Extreme temperatures are not good for this drug. The dosage, form and amount of benzonatate to be taken largely depend on these few factors;

  • Age
  • Medical problem being treated
  • Extent of infection or disease
  • Medical history
  • Your reaction to the first dose

How to Take Benzonatate

Benzonatate is taken orally with or without food. Benzonatate is normally taken three times daily or as otherwise directed by your doctor. It is presented as a liquid-filled capsule. Do not suck, dissolve, break, cut or chew this drug in your mouth. It is advised to swallow the whole capsule once, with a glass of water. You don’t want to experience a numb feeling in your mouth. Letting it dissolve in your mouth will cause loss of feeling from your mouth down to your throat. This can be very dangerous as it can trigger an intense allergic reaction and might make you choke. If by mistake you dissolve the drug in your mouth and experience these symptoms, do not eat or drink any other thing until the numbness ceases. If numbness persists or intensifies seek medical help immediately. If taken properly the effect of benzonatate sets in within 15-20 minutes of swallowing. By numbing the receptors in your airways, the cough becomes less frequent after taking this medication. Once in the body system the effect will last 3-8 hours before it begins to wear off.

You may have to take this medication with other medication(s) as a combined therapy. If you are allergic to benzonatate or topical medicine like tetracaine and procaine as contained in some insect bite cream and sunburn creams, do not use this medication. Ask your doctor for a list of ingredients to know if you are allergic to any. Drink less caffeine liquid during your period of medication unless advised otherwise by your doctor. Let your doctor or pharmacist know about any medication or supplement you are taking, so as not to prescribe contradictory drugs for you. An article published by the National Institute of Health, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services states that if you are taking benzonatate while planning for surgery including dental surgery, tell the doctor or dentist about your medication.


Overdose of benzonatate is dangerous and can be fatal. In children, the risk of  overdose is very high even at low doses. Get emergency medical help immediately you suspect drug overdose. As the medication effect kicks in within 15-20 minutes of ingestion, symptoms of overdose also sets in within this time limit. Death may occur if symptoms persist for few hours and left untreated. According to Bar Laboratories Inc., benzonatate is similar to topical analgesics.

They are generally well absorbed after ingestion. Symptoms of overdose include:

  • Dizziness
  • Loss of memory
  • Blurred vision
  • Convulsion
  • Slowed speech
  • Nausea
  • Restlessness
  • Irregular breathing
  • Neck stiffness
  • Numbness in the face, tongue, throat or mouth
  • Seizure
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Walking difficulty
  • Heart attack

If you are far from emergency medical attention in any case of overdose, try to forcefully vomit all that you have taken in. Take in large quantity of activated charcoal slurry.

If you miss a dose of your medication wait till the next medication time. Skip the missed dose if it is almost time for your next dose. Do not double your prescribed dose because you missed your previous dose. Always take your medication as prescribed by the doctor or pharmacist. Don’t take your drugs between recommended time. Take a single dose at a time, not double dose at once. If your cough is not getting any better after few doses, call your doctor and report it. If this medication does not work for you, there might be a need to change the medication or reassess your medical condition. Remember that cough can be a symptom of an underlying medical condition.

Side Effects

As effective as it is benzonatate side effects may be experienced. The following are some side or adverse effects of this medication.

  • Constipation
  • Skin itch
  • Rashes
  • Drowsiness
  • Stomach upset
  • Stuffy nose
  • Nausea

In severe cases of adverse effects you might experience

  • Dizziness
  • Sedation
  • Confusion
  • Restlessness
  • Breathing problem
  • Chest pain
  • Chest numbness
  • Choking feeling
  • Hallucination
  • Chilly feeling
  • Burning sensation in the eye
  • Headache

Once you notice these symptoms, call the doctor. Do not ignore them thinking they will go away, contact your doctor immediately.

If you are allergic to this drug you will experience one or more of the following when taking it:

  • Swelling of the face, lips, tongue or throat
  • Hives
  • Difficulty in breathing

Get medical help immediately you experience these symptoms. You might have to discontinue the medication. Talk to your doctor and follow his counsel. Ensure that you properly dispose of unused benzonatate away from pets, children and other people. Do not flush this medication down the toilet. The best way to dispose of it is through a medical take-back program.

Drugs Contradicting Benzonatate

While taking this medication If you are using other drugs that make you feel sleepy (muscle relaxants, drugs for seizures, depression or anxiety, drugs for cold and allergy, pain relieving drugs, sedatives and sleeping pills) tell your doctor before embarking on benzonatate medication. Your previous pills can increase the side effects of this medication, making them more pronounced and life threatening. You can’t afford to withhold information on any medication you are currently taking or ones you are allergic to. Let your doctor know about all the drugs you take, whether prescribed or not. Account of all the supplements, vitamins and herbal products you are on should also be made to your doctor. Do not think they don’t matter, they do. When your doctor knows all the drugs you are taking, he will be able to adjust your medication to give the best result, with very little or no side effects.

Usage during pregnancy: and nursing

According to Bar Laboratories Inc., animal reproduction studies have not been conducted with this medication. As of this moment, doctors and pharmacists are not fully convinced that this medication can cause any fetal damage when given to a pregnant woman. However from more research findings, there might be slight effect of this medication on the fetus. There is still no conclusive report on this issue. There is also no proof of any effect of the drug on reproduction capacity. It is however wise to administer this medication to pregnant women only if it is really necessary. Though many medications are excreted in breast milk, it is not known if this drug is excreted also but doctors suspect so.

You may need to either stop taking this drug while you continue breastfeeding or stop breast feeding if you must continue with the drug. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about this if you are nursing or pregnant. They will help you decide. If you have to continue breastfeeding while taking this drug, the medication should be administered with serious care. Do not self-medicate at any time especially if you are pregnant or nursing a child.

Warnings against it’s usage

  • Extreme cases of hypersensitivity have been recorded among patients taking this medication. This reaction is believed to be related to anesthesia gotten from sucking or chewing the capsule instead of swallowing it whole with a glass of water. Severe adverse reactions resulting from this have necessitated intervention using vasopressor agents and supportive measures.
  • Separate occurrences of strange behavior have been documented on patients taking this medication alone or in combination with other drugs. Such erratic behaviors include mental confusion and visual hallucination. This act left the patients affected in an unbalanced situation for a while.


After thorough research, this drug has been found to be chemically related to anesthetic agents of the para-amino-benzoic acid class. These groups of drugs have been linked with adverse CNS effect. This effect is suspected to be related to a previous sensitivity to related agents or joint use with concomitant drugs.

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Chapter 1 – Uses

Chapter 2 – Dosage

Chapter 3 – How to Take Benzonatate

Chapter 4 – Overdose

Chapter 5 – Side Effects

Chapter 6 – Drugs Contradicting Benzonatate


15 Simple and Quick Potato Recipes to Start off Your Day

15 Simple and Quick Potato Recipes to Start off Your Day

Updated: 3 August, 2019

Mornings are usually rush hours especially if you have a place to be. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, dietitians advise us to take them seriously. You don’t want to have just anything for breakfast, you need to fuel your body for the day’s activities. Potatoes can make a tasty meal. If you love potato then you might know two or more different recipes to make a wonderful meal out of it. There are times when you just want to start your day with a special simple and quick potato meal. At times like this you rack your brain for a recipe you can prepare with the limited time you have. The following potato recipes are not just delicious but simple. Better still, they are powerful and satisfying meals that will give you the necessary boost to start your day. I hope you have fun trying out these recipes.

Quick Potato Recipes

1. Spanish Potato Omelette

PREP: 10 minutes

COOK: 40 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 50 Minutes

Spanish Potato Omelette



1 1/2 lb potato (peel and cut into thick size of about 1/8″)

6 large eggs

1 large onion (slice thinly)

1 1/4c olive oil

Finely chopped parsley for garnishing (optional)



  • Break the eggs in a bowl. Add a pinch of salt, beat egg and put aside. Put sliced potatoes in a large bowl and sprinkle 1/4 teaspoon of salt. Make sure the salt gets to all potato surface.
  • Heat oil on medium in a non-stick skillet. Add potatoes. Cook until tender but not breaking apart (usually around 10-12 minutes), turning gently from time to time. Transfer potatoes back to a large bowl (preferably with a slotted spoon).
  • Add onion to skillet. Cook for 10 minutes (or until tender), stirring occasionally. Transfer onion to bowl containing potatoes. Let the mixture cool a little. Add eggs and stir until properly mixed.
  • Remove the oil from the skillet leaving behind 2 teaspoons. Heat oil in skillet on medium for one minute. Add egg-potato-onion mixture into skillet and heat on medium (ensure that the mixture is evenly spread). Cook until just before eggs are fully set and edges are brown (this should take 7 minutes).
  • Using a rubber spatula, loosen the edges. Remove skillet from heat and cover with a large plate. Holding the large plate and skillet together, carefully invert. Slide omelette onto the skillet again and cook on medium for 3minutes (center and bottom of the omelette should be set by now). Garnish with parsley if you desire. Serve meal warm.

Learn more on how to prepare this recipe in this short video.

2. Accordion Potatoes

PREP: 10 minutes

COOK: 37 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 47 minutes

Accordion Potatoes



6-8 large red potatoes

2 tbs. extra virgin olive oil

1/2 tsp. of salt

1/2 tsp. black pepper (roughly ground)

Chopped fresh parsley leaves (optional)

Chopped fresh thyme leaves (optional)


  • Preheat oven to 450 degree F. Slice each potato thinly without cutting all the way through.
  • Put potatoes on a dish (use microwave safe dish). Cover with waxed paper. Put microwave on high and cook the potatoes. This should take like 12-15 minutes (should be easily pierced with knife by now).
  • Transfer potato to metal baking pan. Gently drizzle oil between slices and sprinkle with 1/2 salt and 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper. Roast for 25 minutes in the oven (should be light brown by now). Transfer potatoes to platter and sprinkle herbs as desired.

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3.  Stuffed Parmesan Potatoes

PREP: 10 minutes

COOK: 35 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 45 minutes

Stuffed Parmesan Potatoes



3 medium sized russet potatoes

1/2 cup of cream

1/2 cup of grated parmesan cheese (2 portions)

5 basil leaves

0.13 tsp. dried thyme

1/2 tsp. salt

0.13 tsp. pepper


  • Scrub the 3 medium potatoes. Pierce them with a fork.
  • Put potato into a baking dish and cover with porous plastic wrap. Microwave on high for 17 minutes (until tender). Cut each potato into half and scoop flesh into bowl. Cut slice off bottom.
  • Mash flesh, cream, one portion of grated parmesan cheese, basil leaves, salt and dried pepper all together. Scoop mixture into potato halves and place in a baking dish.
  • Top up with remaining portion of grated parmesan cheese. Bake for 15 minutes in 425 degree F oven.

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4. Creamy Potato Salad

PREP: 20 minutes

COOK: 10 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 30 minutes




3 lb potatoes

1/2 cup mayonnaise

1/2 cup milk

2 tbs. distilled wine vinegar

1tsp. sugar


  • Put potatoes into water (let the water cover potatoes by 1 inch), add 1 tbs salt. Cover the pot partially and boil on high heat. After a while, reduce heat to simmer. Cook for 12-15 minutes (until potatoes are tender). Drain well.
  • Whisk mayonnaise, sugar, milk, vinegar, 1 teaspoon salt and 1/2 teaspoon pepper in a large bowl. Add half of this mixture to potatoes as dressing and let it cool.
  • Add the remaining dressing and celery to potatoes. Toss until the potatoes are well coated with dressing. Wrap in chives and parsley. Serve meal immediately or keep refrigerated while still covered for up to 4 hours.

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5. Potato Halves (with smoked salmon and dill)

PREP: 20 minutes

COOK: 10 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 30 minutes

Potato Halves


15-20 baby red tomatoes

2 tbs. water

1 tbs. olive oil

1/4 tbs. black pepper  (coarsely ground)

1/4 cup reduced-fat sour cream

1/2 tbs. salt

4 oz. sliced smoked salmon

1 tbs. snipped salmon (fresh) 


  • Put potatoes and water into a large bowl (microwave-safe bowl). Cover bowl with porous plastic wrap and microwave till immediately fork-tender (this should take about 5-6 minutes).
  • Set up makeshift outdoor grilling for direct grilling on medium.
  • Place microwaved potatoes on jelly rolled pan. Brush the entire surface of potatoes with olive oil. Salt and pepper them. Place potatoes on the already hot grill, cook them until the both sides are slightly brown (turn over once).
  • With the round sides touching the plate, arrange potatoes on serving plate. Using 1/4 sour cream, 1piece salmon and some dill, top each potato.

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6.  Crispy potatoes with Vegan Nacho Sauce

PREP: 15 minutes

COOK: 30 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 45 minutes

Crispy potatoes



2 lb. baby halved potatoes

3 tbs. canola oil

1 cup raw cashew  (unsalted, soaked overnight and drained)

3 tbs. lemon juice

1/2 tsp. chilli powder

1/2 tsp. growing cumin

1/2 tsp. sweet paprika

1/2 tsp. garlic powder

1 tsp. sea salt (coarse)

1/4 cup yeast

1/2 jalapeno chile (seeded and chopped) 


  • Preheat oven to 450 degree F. Toss potatoes with oil, 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Spread potatoes evenly on rimmed baking sheet. Roast until golden and crispy (30 minutes). Stir only once.
  • Blend cashew, chilli powder, paprika, lemon juice, garlic powder, yeast, sea salt, cumin and jalapeno into puree with one cup of water into a smooth puree. Transfer to sauce pan, heat on medium until warm (5 minutes), stir occasionally.
  • Transfer to bowl. Serve with the previously roasted tomatoes.

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 7. Chicken-Stuffed Spuds

PREP: 10 minutes

COOK: 30 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 40 minutes

Chicken Stuffed Spuds



4 russet potatoes

1 tbs. olive oil

1 bunch green onions

1 tsp. fennel seeds

1 lb. ground chicken

1 large red pepper

1/4 cup reduced-fat sour cream

2 tsp. chilli source 


  • Preheat oven to 425 degree F. Pierce potatoes with fork and place on microwave-safe plate. Microwave on high till tender (14-16 minutes), turn once. Transfer to oven, cook until skin is crisp (5-7 minutes).
  • Cook oil on medium in a nonstick skillet for a minute. Add green onions and fennel seeds. Cook for two minutes, stirring constantly. Add red pepper, chilli sauce, chicken, 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Cook until chicken lose its entire pink colour (8 minutes ), stirring constantly.
  • Cut a slit in each potato. Fill it up with the chicken mixture. You can add your sour cream and your green onions as topping. Your chicken-stuffed spuds is ready.

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 8. Masala wedge fries

PREP: 3 minutes

COOK: 45 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 48 minutes

Masala wedge fries



2 lb. russet potatoes (peel and cut into skinny wedges)

1/4 cup canola oil

2 tsp. garam masala

1/2 tsp. salt

1/2 small onion (slice thingly)

1/4 cup fresh cilantro (chopped)


Toss potatoes with salt, garam masala and canola oil on a large baking sheet. Roast in oven at 450 degree F until crispy (45 minutes), do not stir.

Drape with onion and cilantro. Your masala wedge meal is ready.

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9.  Lemon-Rosemary Chicken Spatula

PREP: 10 minutes

COOK: 30 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 40 minutes

Lemon Rosemary Chicken Spatula



4-6 medium red potatoes  (slice thingly)

1 tsp. salt (2 portions)

4 large chicken thigh (remove bone)

4 tbs. melted butter

1 tbs. pepper (2 portions)

Slices of lemon

4 tbs. fresh rosemary 


  • Preheat oven to 400 degree F.
  • Get foil sheet for each potato, arrange potato on them with sheets overlapping. Place chicken thigh on each foil. Drizzle each with melted butter. Season with 1/2 teaspoon salt and pepper. Top each foil content with lemon and fresh rosemary. Seal each of the packet foil.
  • Bake foil content until tender (30 minutes)

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10. Parisian Potato Salad

PREP: 20 minutes

COOK: 25 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 45 minutes




3 lb. potato

3/4 Greek yoghurt

3 tbs. extra-virgin olive oil

2 tbs. grainy mustard

4 stalks of celery (slice thingly)

1/2 cup pickles (drained and thingly sliced)

1/2 small red onions (cut very thin)

5 hard-cooked eggs (coarsely chopped)

1/4 cup finely chopped parsley 


  • Boil potatoes with salt in a large pot (partially cover pot). Reduce heat to keep potatoes simmering. Cook until potatoes are tender (12-15 minutes). Drain properly and let it cool.
  • Stir dressing of yogurt, mustard, oil and 1 teaspoon of salt with pepper in a large bowl. Add potatoes to dressing and turn until well coated.
  • Fold potatoes in celery, pickles and red onion. Gently fold in egg or parsley. Serve your potato salad immediately (It can be refrigerated for a day if covered).

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11.  Brown Butter Mashed Potatoes

PREP: 30 minutes

COOK: 15 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 45 minutes

Brown Butter Mashed Potatoes



1/2 cup unsalted butter

3 potatoes  (peel into half inch size)


Black pepper

1/2 cup buttermilk

Chopped chives 


  • Cook butter over medium heat in a medium saucepan until brown (6-8 minutes). Let it cool.
  • Simmer potatoes in a large pot of salted water until tender (12-16 minutes), drain well. Transfer back the potatoes to pot and cook over low heat until potatoes are dry (3-5 minutes), stirring constantly.
  • Mix butter, butter milk and potatoes together. Beat on low with electric mixer until smooth (30 seconds to 1 minute). Do not overheat. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Your meal is ready. Serve with chives topping.

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12.  Dill Pickle Potato Salad

PREP: 20 minutes

COOK: 10 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 30 minutes

Dill Pickle Potato Salad



3 lb baby potatoes  (slice into halves or quarters if large)

Kosher salt

Black pepper (freshly ground)

3/4 cup chopped dill pickles (add 5 tbs. brine)

2 tbs. red wine vinegar

3 celery ribs (chopped)

1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley

3/4 cup mayonnaise


  • Put potatoes in a sauce pan and fill with salted cold water. Bring to boil, reduce heat and let it simmer till tender (4-6 minutes). Drain properly.
  • Toss potatoes carefully with pickle brine and vinegar in a bowl. Let it cool for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Stir celery, parsley, mayonnaise and pickles together in a separate bowl. Add potatoes and any remaining brine mixture. Toss to mix properly. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Your dill pickle and potato salad is ready. Serve immediately or refrigerate for two days.

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13.  The Ultimate Mashed Potatoes 

PREP: 10 minutes

COOK: 30 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 40 minutes

ultimate Mashed Potatoes



3 lb russet potatoes

Kosher salt

Pepper (freshly ground)

4 tbs. unsalted butter

3/4 cup half-and-half 


  • Put potatoes in a large pot, cover with salted water by 2 inches. Bring to boil over medium heat. Reduce heat to medium and simmer until potatoes are tender when pierced with a knife (25 minutes).
  • Drain potatoes properly in a colander and turn back to pot. Add melted butter. Mash potatoes with potato masher(pass potatoes through ricer for a smoother texture).
  • Stir in half-in-half and 1 teaspoon salt onto potatoes until creamy (do not over-stir). Season with salt and pepper. Serve your ready Ultimate potatoes hot.

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14.  Deviled Egg Potato Salad 

PREP: 30 minutes

COOK: 5 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 35 minutes

Deviled Egg Potato Salad 



4 lb Yukon gold potatoes (peel and cut them into inch per piece)

Kosher salt

Black pepper (freshly ground)

1 cup mayonnaise

3 tbs. yellow mustard

6 hard boiled large eggs (peel and chop them)

3 celery ribs (slice thingly) plus 1/4 cup chopped celery leaves

6 scallions  (slice thingly)

1/3 cup chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley

1 jar diced pimentos (drain properly)

Sweet paprika for garnishing (optional) 


  • Place potatoes in a medium saucepan and cover with salted water. Simmer until tender (4-5 minutes). Drain.
  • Mix mayonnaise and custard in a bowl. Add potatoes, celery and leaves, eggs, scallions, parsley, pimentos. Toss for good mixing. Season with pepper and salt. You can garnish your ready deviled egg potato salad with paprika if you desire.

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15.  Irish Potato Bites

PREP: 20 minutes

COOK: 20 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 40 minutes

Irish Potato Bites



20 small red potatoes (golf ball size)

1/2 cup corned beef

1/4 cup cheddar cheese (shredded)

1 tbs. butter (melted)

1/8 tsp. salt

Sour cream (optional) 


  • Fill pot with water and bring to boil. Add potatoes and boil until they are fork tender. Leave to cool.
  • Preheat oven to 400 degree F. Cut a small size off the top of the rounded end of potatoes to enable them sit up.
  • Scoop out the inside of each potato and store them in a bowl. Add cheese, butter and corned beef to the bowl holding the scopped potatoes inside. Add salt to season mixture. Also sprinkle salt on the other halved potatoes.
  • Scoop mixture into potato halves and put on a baking sheet.
  • Put baking sheets in oven for about 10 minutes. Remove from oven. Serve your Irish Potato Bites with sour cream.

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We believe these 15 simple and quick potato recipes are enough options for you to choose from to start off your day.

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Famotidine: Uses, Dosage, and Side Effects

Famotidine: Uses, Dosage, and Side Effects

Updated: 3 August, 2019

This post on Vital Health extensively discusses Famotidine, its uses, dosage and possible side effects.

Famotidine is a drug made for the treatment of acid reflux and heartburn. It is available as both generic and brand drug (commonly known as Pepcid). Generic drugs cost less than the brand ones. They are usually not available in every strength as the brand ones. It can be taken by both adults and children. Children below 12 years of age should be monitored closely by doctors while taking this medication.

Famotidine Uses

What sickness is famotidine used to treat? What is this drug made for? Famotidine belongs to the class of medication commonly known as H2 antagonists, H2 blockers or Histamine 2. If you are suffering from stomach or duodenal (intestinal) ulcer, gastroesophageal reflow disease (GERD) or secretion of excess stomach acid (Zollinger-Ellison syndrome), famotidine might just be what you need. When sores occur on the lining of the stomach and small intestine, ulcers arise. When there is a backward flow of acid from the stomach causing heartburn and injury to the esophagus, it is referred to as GERD. Famotidine work on these health issues by reducing the amount of acid secreted by the stomach.

Prescription famotidine is presented as both tablet and liquid (suspension) forms. You are to take this medication orally. Over-the-counter famotidine comes as a chewable tablet, ordinary tablet to be swallowed and capsule also to be taken by mouth. Your stomach produces acid on its own. This is not harmful as long as the acid production is on a safe limit. When this limit is exceeded, there is a problem. This will require medical attention. Famotidine blocks the histamine 2 (H2) receptor in your tummy. This receptor assists in the release of acid in your tummy. Therefore, by blocking this receptor, the drug cuts down on the amount of acid released in your tummy. It is not best for your health if you just go off and get drugs regarding any health issue without paying your doctor a visit and undergoing the right medical test. It is only after professional opinion has been made that you can begin treatment or management, with drugs prescribed by either your doctor or pharmacist. It is therefore important to get them checked out.

Famotidine can be used without prescription, but it is better to consult your doctor or pharmacist before taking it. At least let them give you professional guidance. It is very dangerous to self-medicate, you should only do so after talking to your doctor. Stomach upset and ulcer might be symptoms of a more underlying sickness. If you are self-medicating with this drug ensure that you read the instructions on the package carefully and understand them. You can use over-the-counter famotidine medication to treat conditions that require the reduction of stomach acid. These medical conditions may include heartburn, acid indigestion and stomach upset. Even if they are associated with the consumption of food and beverages, famotidine can be used to prevent their occurrence.

You can get various forms, strengths and brands of this medication. A brand might not come have all forms and strength of this drug. Your doctor or pharmacist may not approve of all the brands for your condition, use only the brand they approve of. Also, all forms of this drug may not be effective against your own symptoms. Use only the prescribed forms as they will be of more benefit to your health. It is possible for your doctor to prescribe this drug for conditions other than the above listed ones. Make sure you discuss with your doctor before using this drug for medical conditions other than generally specified. Talk to your doctor about any concern you may have about this. It is not safe to stop using this medication without your doctor telling you to stop. You might think the condition has been treated and stop taking your drugs. It is not wise. Always follow your doctor’s instructions.

It is dangerous for someone else to take drugs prescribed for you. Do not give this drug to another person even if they show or complain of the same symptoms you have. They should consult their doctor or pharmacist before using this medication.

Famotidine Dosage


A tablet or suspension of this drug may be prescribed for you based on the extent of your sickness. Just like the prescribed ones, over-the-counter famotidine can be a chewable tablet, normal tablet or capsule. They are also to be taken by mouth, once or twice a day. Famotidine is available as 10 mg, 20 mg and 40 mg tablets. According to the usual doctor’s directives for adults, you can take this drug once daily just before going to bed (20 or 40 mg). You can also take one tablet (20 or 40 mg) twice or four times daily, depending on the condition being treated. It is best to use this drug 10-15 minutes before taking food or drink that might trigger the symptoms being treated. However if eating certain foods or drinking some types of liquids does not trigger the treated symptoms, you can take this medication with or without food.

If you are an elderly person or have decreased kidney function, you may be directed to take lower doses or have longer interval between doses. Read the package label of any drug you are taking carefully before you start using it. Carefully adhere to all the directions that come with your drug package. If you don’t understand any of the instructions or have any form of misgivings about them, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. Please do not act on your own. Take this drug exactly as you are directed to. Do not increase or decrease your dosage without being instructed by your doctor. Do not take this drug more often than you are told to. Do not stop your medication unless the doctor tells you to, do not continue taking this drug if you have been directed to stop it.

For treatment of duodenal ulcer, 40 mg of this drug might be prescribed for you. Use this at bed time for 4-8 weeks or less if healing occurs. You may be advised by your doctor to continue taking 20 mg of the drug once daily for 6-12 months after healing. The same prescription may be offered by your doctor for benign stomach ulcer without the continuation therapy after healing. The dose varies for individual patients suffering from Zollinger-Ellison syndrome and similar conditions, starting with 20 mg every 6 hours. For relieve or prevention of GERD, 20 mg of the drug can be taken twice daily. If this drug is used for treatment of esophageal damage related to GERD, 40 mg is usually taken twice daily.

If you are using the suspension form of this drug, shake well for 5-10 seconds before each use. Ensure that the drug mix properly. If you are using the chewable tablet, chew thoroughly before swallowing. Make sure you swallow tablet with full glass of water. Do not take over-the-counter famotidine for more than 2 weeks straight, unless your doctor tells you to. Do not take more than 2 capsules of chewable or ordinary tablet of this drug in 24 hours, if it is over-the-counter type. The usual dose when using this form of unprescribed drug for children over 12 years of age and adults is 10 mg to 40 mg to be taken once daily. If heartburn, acid indigestion or sour stomach upset symptoms continue after 2 weeks, take a break from this drug and call your physician. According to an article by the Drug Information Group, University of Illinois-Chicago, famotidine can be used by children of all ages for the treatment of GERD. It has not been examined in children below 1 year for the treatment of ulcer. Also, it is yet to be studied in children who below the age of 16 for the treatment of pathological hypersecretory conditions.

The injectable form of this drug may be used in hospitals for special occasions. It is usually used when a patient is unable to swallow tablets. 20 mg is usually injected into the body every 12 hours through the vein. Your body weight, other medical conditions and any other medications you are currently on, can affect the dose you are to take.

If your symptoms decrease and you feel less pain while taking this drug it means the drug is working for you. It is very important to watch what you eat as they may irritate your stomach, rendering the drug ineffective. These irritations can even worsen your symptoms. Follow your doctor’s direction on what to eat when treating stomach or duodenal ulcer. If your symptoms persist after several doses, call your doctor. Other similar drugs may be better for you. You may also need to adjust your lifestyle if you smoke, drink, pass through stress constantly or eat poor meals so as to improve the effectiveness of this drug.

When not to take Famotidine

If you are allergic to famotidine or any ingredient of the medication, do not take it. Remember to ask for a list of the drug ingredients to know which one you may react to. Do not take this drug if you are also allergic to other acid reducing agents otherwise known as H2 receptor antagonists (cimetidine, ranitidine, nizatidine, etc.). Do not take this drug with other prescription and nonprescription drugs used to treat heartburn unless directed to do so by the doctor.

Let your doctor or pharmacist know the following before you start taking famotidine medication;

  • If you are allergic to any medication
  • A detailed information on all the prescription and nonprescription drugs, supplements, vitamins and herbal products you are taking
  • If you have phenylketonuria (PKU) and any history of swallowing trouble or kidney disease.
  • If you are pregnant, planning to get pregnant or breastfeeding. Call your doctor if you get pregnant while on this medication.

Do not exceed the dose specified for you. If you discover you missed your dose on time, take your drug as you were supposed to. However if you discover you missed a dose and it’s almost time for your next dose, wait till the next dose and take it. Do not double your next dose. Try as much as possible to adhere strictly to your medication routine. For this drug to work well a certain amount needs to be in your system at all times and your routine have to be constant. 

Overdose of this drug can trigger the following;

  • Seizures
  • Confusion
  • Restlessness
  • Severe muscle pain

In any case of overdose, call your doctor or local poison control center.

Side Effects

There are side effects for both adults and children taking this drug. Adults can experience side effects like diarrhea, headaches, dizziness and constipation while children may experience agitation and restlessness often crying for no reason. These side effects usually stop after few days. However it is advisable to quickly reach your doctor if the symptoms graduate to serious cases like;

  • Heart problems (dizziness, fainting, shortness of breath, irregular heart rate)
  • Severe muscle problems (weakness, fever, unusual muscle pain)
  • Neurological problems (sleeping problems, seizures, decreased sex drive, depression, agitation and anxiety)
  • Liver problems (unusual weakness, loss of appetite, stomach pain, change in urine colour, yellowing of skin) Skin problems (blisters, rash, mouth ulcer).

Interactions with other drugs

If you are currently on any medications, supplements or herbs, famotidine may interact with them. These substances alter the mode of action of the drug. Oftentimes they might inhibit the drug action. The only way to prevent this interaction is to tell your doctor or pharmacist the substances you are presently taking. With this information, they will counsel you properly on which of the substances to take or stop taking while on this medication.


It is best to store this drug at room temperature, away from direct light and moisture (do not store in bathrooms). Keep your drug away from children and pets. Unless instructed otherwise, do not flush your medication down the toilet or pour down the drain. Reach out to your local waste disposal agency or pharmacist to be enlightened on proper ways to dispose expired drugs or those that may no more be in use.

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Chapter 1 – Famotidine Uses

Chapter 2 – Famotidine Dosage

Chapter 3 – When not to take Famotidine

Chapter 4 – Side Effects

Chapter 5 – Interactions with other drugs

Chapter 6 – Storage


Health Benefits of Capsicum

Health Benefits of Capsicum

Updated: 03 August, 2019

Capsicum is an edible vegetable commonly known as bell pepper. A member of Capsicum annuum, it is native to central and native America. Its relatives are tomato and chili peppers. The pepper is available in many colors and is rich in vitamins A, B, C, E, and K.

Capsicum has multiple health and nutritional benefits. Take a look at some of the numerous health benefits of this amazing vegetable:

Health Benefits of Capsicum

1. It has Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Capsicum contains phytochemical that makes it a good anti-inflammatory agent. Taking advantage of this property, it is extensively used to manufacture skin products and joint pain relievers.

It is generally known for combating a neurologic pain, crohn’s disease. You can add capsicum balms to Ayurvedic medicine to enhance its effectiveness at relieving arthritis pain.

2.     It Supports Healthier Heart

Some capsicum components enable the edible vegetables to support a healthy heart. By lowering the homocystein levels in the body, folate and vitamin B removes one of the major causes of cardiovascular illnesses.

Lycopene and fiber reduce the level of fat in the body while its potassium component helps the body to maintain the right blood pressure for a healthy heart.

  3.   It Improves Sight

Red bell pepper is rich in vitamin A. Eating this pepper will improve your sight. It is notably very effective at improving consumers’ night vision.

Due to the vitamin A capsicum contains lutein, otherwise known as carotenoid. This ingredient makes consumers less susceptible to macular degeneration, an eye condition that is responsible for visual loss in adults.

Its vitamin C and beta-carotene components offer protection from cataract, another eye-related health condition that impairs sight.

4.     It Fights Off Cancer

Chronic oxidative stress and excessive inflammation are two of the major causes of cancer. Capsicum offers anti-cancer benefits because it is rich in both anti-inflammatory nutrients and antioxidants.

The regular consumption of bell peppers will control these factors that trigger cancer. Gastric cancer can be prevented by the enzymes in capsicum. The carotenoid lycopene in this vegetable is effective in preventing different forms of cancer such as bladder, prostate, pancreas, and cervix.

An article entitled “Anticancer Properties of Capsaicin Against Human Cancer” highlights the effectiveness of capsicum as an anti-cancer agent.

5.     It Boosts Immune System

A compromised immune system is a waiting time bomb. Once your immunity is breached, you will become susceptible to all forms of illnesses. Regular consumption of this edible vegetable will help you beef up your immunity to ward off ailments.

It contains vitamin K, an essential nutrient for protecting cells from the destructive oxidative damage and the development of strong bones. The vitamin prevents you from bleeding excessively from bruises and wounds. It also promotes faster healing.

Its vitamin C component beefs up the immune system. This is in addition to its ability to repair damaged brain tissues and build strong collagen. The body needs the collagen as support for joints and the skin and thus prevents unnecessary damage to these body parts.

Possible Side Effects

Some of the downsides of consuming capsicum in excess are:

  •       Stomach flu.
  •       Skin irritation.
  •       Liver damage.
  •       Runny nose.
  •       Sweating.

Damiana Side Effects

Taking small doses of damiana puts you at no risk of side effects but if you are taking too much or abusing it, these are some of the risks associated with excessive doses:

  • Convulsions
  • Possible effect on blood sugar levels
  • Insomnia
  • Headache

Damiana Dosage: What is the right amount to take?

I have said earlier that it is not advisable to take large dosage of damiana as it can cause other health problems and side effects. According to reports, taking between 10-15 grams of dreid damiana leaf is safe and poses no health challenges, meaning you can take an average of 5 grams 3 times daily.

You however need to be very careful if you are taking 2 different male enhancement supplements at the same time(which I actually don’t recommend), be sure to check that they both don’t contain high amount of damiana as that could put you at risk.

Final Thought: Is Damiana a Good Pick For Male Enhancement?

Yes, damiana is good choice of male enhancement as long as you are not diabetic or consume too much of it, it should be taken in moderation. Several men have reported that they have experienced increased sex drive, stamina and orgasim while using damiana, it is thus safe to say it works well as a male enhancement.

Also, damiana has been shown to be effective controlling anxiety and depression.

Male Enhancement Supplements that include Damiana

Male Extra is one of the best male enhancement pills out there made with 100% natural ingredients which damiana happens to be one of them. This supplement has been shown to help men gain harder and longer erections without any stress.

One of the reasons why it is loved by many men is the fact that it doesn’t have any side effects unlike other prescription pills like Viagra. Male Extra boosts your sex drive, increases your stamina in bed and helps you to last longer without any side effects. You can read more here.

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Chapter 1 – Health Benefits of Capsicum

Chapter 2 – Possible Side Effects 

12 Practical Ways to Get A Perfect Breasts

12 Practical Ways to Get A Perfect Breasts

Updated: 3 August, 2019

Interested in learning how to get perfect breasts? Every woman has a pair of breasts, big or small, perky or saggy and anything in between. There is one thing all women want irrespective of age, size, gender, ethnicity, race, social class and occupation, Perfect breasts. I know you want it. There is nothing that reduces a woman’s self-esteem like having breasts that does not meet societal standards.

A woman’s breast changes her outlook. It gives fitting to any cloth she wears. It attracts people to her and boosts her self-confidence. The world has been taken over by the internet. Images that appear on social media (often doctored), set the standard for what a perfect breast should be. Breast surgery has become very common, with results being round, huge and firm breasts that don’t sag (though it sags eventually but that’s not what people want to hear).

 Perfect Breasts

What really is a perfect breast? Are there really breasts that can be termed perfect? In reality, people have different views on what a perfect breast should be. For some people large breasts are perfect. For others medium breasts that do not sag are perfect. Small breasts even hold lots of appeal for some people and to them small breasts are just perfect. People have different reasons for seeing a particular breast type as perfect. For example, some people believe that people with large breasts sweat a lot, under their breast (this might be true in some cases), and as a result smell badly. Other people might love large breasts even if they sag because they find it attractive. With all these opinions about perfect breasts (which can cause so much confusion and lead to serious arguments with everyone trying to prove their point), there is need to come to a meeting point with our ideas and set a realistic standard for perfect breasts.

Fortunately scientists have helped us settle this issue. According to an article published by the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, perfect breasts are 45% full on the upper side and 55% full on the lower side, below the nipple. They came to this conclusion after carrying out a study on more than 1300 people who cut across all race and religion with both genders present. The participants were asked to look at naked breasts pictures of different sizes and shapes. They were told to pick out the perfect breasts from these pictures. This was done to know which of the breasts males found attractive or held more appeal to the female participants.

Contrary to popular beliefs that surgically enhanced breasts are more attractive, most of the participants chose the natural looking breasts over the ones that were surgically improved. The most favored breast types were termed by the scientists as the 45:55 ratio breasts. Surgically enhanced breasts which are usually round due to silicon implants were the least preferred. The scientists that carried out this experiment stated emphatically that this research was purely for plastic surgery purposes. They just wanted to get public opinion on which breasts pattern will be more acceptable, so as to improve on the result of their breast reconstruction surgeries.

Breast Growth and Development

Some young girls start to develop breasts between the ages of 8-10 (early bloomers) while others develop theirs towards the end of their teenage years (late bloomers). Most girls start developing breasts between the ages of 10-12. Gene is the major factor at play in breast development. Your breast characteristics can come from both sides of your family, so genes from your dad’s side can affect what your breasts end up looking like too, says Maryjane Minkin, MD., Professor of obsterics and gyneacology.

The breasts has no muscle but is made up of fatty tissues surrounding the milk duct and milk glands. At the onset of breast development most girls have just body fats as breasts. With time these fats becomes real breasts, still made up largely of fat. It is therefore not surprising that weight loss has a direct impact on the breast. Excessive and sudden weight loss will cause severe loss of breast fat and will most likely make the breast sag.

Your breasts experience some changes when you are menstruating or pregnant. They get fuller. At pregnancy the changes on the breasts are more pronounced to prepare the breasts for nursing. Breast size has no effect on fertility. No matter your breast size and shape, nature will adequately equip you for breastfeeding (in case you choose to breastfeed your baby).

12 Practical Ways to Get Perfect Breasts

You cannot change your gene, yes. However there are practical ways to get perfect breasts. The 45:55 breast type chosen as perfect breasts after thorough scientific study might have been for cosmetic purposes but you can still groom your breast to at least look like it, irrespective of the size. The impact of the gene on the breast is huge and can give you breasts that are not very desirable. However, there are ways to improve your breasts. They include the following;

1.  Eat collagen rich meals: 

A healthy meal packed with collagen nourish and strengthen the body. Super fruits like oranges, carrot and pawpaw contain a good amount of collagen. Collagen firms and enhances the skin, giving it a strong and healthy look. If your body is flaccid, you are more likely to have a saggy breast. Take even more collagen if you have big breasts. Big breasts sag earlier than small ones. This is due to its weight and pull on the body. For people who started developing breast early and rapidly, their breast might sag before their twenties if their body is not firm. However, the extent of the sag can be controlled. A good meal rich in fruits and vegetables will keep the sag in check. The added benefit of taking collagen rich food is that they also contain antioxidants like beta-carotene. This chemical substance can be very beneficial to your health as it helps prevent breast cancer caused by free radicals.

2.  Correct your posture: 

The way you carry your body can distort the look of your breasts, making them look saggy. Make sure you walk upright at all times. Be conscious of your posture, don’t slouch or hunch your back especially when on your feet. You can tell a friend to always correct you when you do so. If you don’t walk upright your breasts will not stand as they should. With time it will adapt to your bad walking posture. This will give you an overall unpleasant look. Push your chest forward while walking (chest out but make it real). If you keep trying this you will definitely notice a change on your breasts. You might think your breasts look saggy whereas you are the one making them look so. 

 3.   Wear bras that fit: 

The bra you wear have a lasting impact on your breasts. Most people don’t wear the right bra (do you know your real bra size?). Go for a professional bra fitting to know your proper bra size. Make sure your bra pack your breasts well. If you have large breasts, ensure that the sides are packed by your bra. They should not pop out at the sides. ”Wearing incorrect bra can irreversibly stretch the fragile ligament of the breast leading to sagging”, says Dr. Joanna Scurr, a Lecturer of Biomechanics, Sports and Exercise. Bras help mold the breasts shape especially in their early years of development. If your breasts are growing rapidly and you do not support them with good bras they will sag easily. The weight of your breasts needs to be supported. A growing large breast experience constant gravitational pull. It is therefore necessary to support it. If your breasts are small, you should also wear good bra to help them form well. Always allocate time to go braless to enable free circulation of blood through the breasts. Click here to watch a video on bra fitting.

 4.  Engage in Breast Exercises: 

The breasts contain more of fat. It does not have muscles therefore exercises cannot increase your breasts. Loss of weight resulting from frequent exercise or dieting can make you lose some of your breast volume (this might sag your breasts). However there are exercises that can build the chest and pectoral muscle under the breast. If these chest muscles are well built up through effective exercises they will lift your breasts, making then look fuller and bigger. Since the breast is positioned on top of the chest, they will look lifted thus giving you a good look. You can try these exercises for your chest; chest presses, push up variations, arm circles, etc.

 5.  Try Cold and Warm Water Therapy: 

Splashing warm and cold water on your breasts alternatively after bath, can strengthen and tone them. Before you have your bath, get your ice ready. After having your bath the ice must have dissolved into cold water. Splash the cold water on your breasts followed by warm water. Do this for at least 2 minutes and dry off. Make this your daily routine and you will see your breasts improve. It will appear firmer and more rounded.

 6.  Wear Sports Bra During Sports: 

Your breasts bounce up, down, left and right when you engage in any form of sports. From mild sports like jogging to intense ones like sprint race, the breasts bounce the same way. This bounce takes its toll on the breasts, if they are not adequately supported. They might stretch the breasts ligaments and cause early sagging. If you engage in any form of sports, get a good sports bra for your activities. Let them be your investment, if you want your breasts to stay firm. Good sports bra will also prevent chest pain for women who engage in sports by supporting the breasts, especially if they are heavy.

 7.  Massage Your Breasts More Often: 

When you massage your breasts, the circulation of blood in and around them improves. The breast size can also increase as constant stimulation of the breasts produces prolactin, a reproductive hormone responsible for the growth of the breasts. Before you start this massage rub your palms together to generate heat. Then cup each breast with your warm palms and massage inwardly in a circular motion. You can try this twice a day for one moth if you desire a quick result, so be patient. Remember to take a break once your palms lose their warmth and re-warm them. A session of massage should last at least 2 minutes.

 8.  Try Yoga: 

If you think that yoga is just for meditation and mind relaxation, think again. Yoga can strengthen and firm body muscles, chest muscle is not an exception. We have established that the breast has no muscle but the chest does. Yoga enhances the breast by working the chest muscle and enhancing your posture. This way, you will be able to carry your breasts in the right way giving it a perfect look. Since yoga has no adverse effect or cause injury, you can engage in it as frequent as you want. If you don’t love yoga but desire perfect breasts, learn to love it. It is very beneficial both for your breast and mind.

 9.  Use sunscreen: 

Too much sun cause lots of damages to the skin. It dries up body moisture making the skin inelastic. If this happens to the skin of your breasts it will sag easily as it becomes weak with time. Besides perfect breasts, excess sun is also harmful to your breast health as it encourages the oxidation of free radicals which might lead to cancer. Get a good sunscreen and use it properly. If you must stay under the sun, ensure that you rub your sunscreen on all the exposed parts of your body.

10.  Limit the pressure on your breasts: 

If you are fond of sleeping on your breasts, please stop it. You are putting your body weight on your breasts. This pressure weakens the breast ligaments and stretch them causing lines of wrinkles to appear. This in turn creases your breasts and will eventually make them sag early. Learn to sleep less on your breasts and choose other comfortable sleeping positions. Also learn to give your breasts time to be free from bra hold. If you must wear push-ups, limit the time. They cause so much pressure on your breasts and prevent proper blood circulation.

 11.  Try breast enhancement pills and creams: 

If you desire bigger breasts you can always go for breasts enhancement pills and creams. You have to be careful when choosing any pill or cream. Most of them are just names and only few live up to their names. Do your investigation and find out which is best for you. Breast pills and creams contain substances that work like estrogen to increase your breasts. However, patience is needed on your part as it takes time and consistent use to see results. Check the ingredients of any pill and cream you are using, make sure you are not allergic to any of them. 

12.  Go for a breast surgery: 

Over the years breast surgery has gained much prominence as a way of getting perfect breasts. People who can afford it often opt for breast enlargements, lifts and reduction surgeries. If done by a professional, it is generally safe with very low risk (you will have to live with the scars though). If you have tried all the above mentioned ways to get perfect breasts and there is no improvement, try breast surgery (if you can afford it) to improve your breasts and give you your desired breasts. Make sure you go for a professional breast surgeon so you will not end up with worse breasts after surgery.

On a general note, breasts are as perfect as you see them. What you call perfect might not seem so to another. Whether large, medium or small, work on your breasts to prevent early sagging. Your breasts will eventually sag as you age, just don’t contribute to its early sagging. No matter how your breasts are, love them and love yourself.

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Chapter 1 –  Perfect Breasts

Chapter 2 – Breast Growth and Development

Chapter 3 – 12 Practical Ways to Get Perfect Breasts


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