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Blogenium welcomes Author’s to submit their Guest Posts, it will be reviewed by our team and if they think it can be publish on Blogenium, then it will be composed and put in the Queue. REMEMBER ONLY 1 BAKCLINK IS ALLOWED IN THE AUTHOR’S SECTION NOT IN THE POST PLEASE.

1. Points to keep in mind:

Before sending Guest Posts/Articles to us, please read the following carefully.

  1. Only High Quality and Unique contents required from the authors.
  2. That post/article should not be posted in the past or will not be posted in the future on any other blog.
  3. Article should be related to Traveling, Cooking, ShowBiz, Graphic Design, Web Design, SEO, Social Media, etc. (Only Adult Articles Prohibited).
  4. Your Article should not be having more than 1 back link in it. Back link is allowed in the Author’s Section, not in the post please.
  5. If we found Backlink(s) in the article we will remove it or if we found more than 1 Backlinks in the Author’s Bio, we will keep only 1 and will remove all other Backlinks, without informing.
  6. We may reject the article if it is having backlink in the post or more than 1 backlink in Author’s Section.
  7. Blogenium reserve the right to accept or reject any article without giving any reason, no one has the right to take action against Blogenium.

2. What to do?

  • Write the article in DOCX format.
  • Article should be having in Paragraph Format with appropriate Paragraph Titles.
  • Article should be having more than 400 words.
  • Article should be having Relevant images (remember no copyrighted images please) also images should be included in separate folder too.
  • At the bottom of the Article, must provide:
  1. Your Full Name
  2. Your Email Address
  3. Your Short Description having 1 back link in it.
  4. If you want to provide more than one article with different Author’s Bio, then you will have to provide new Name and Email ID along with each article.

3. Where and What to send?

  • Simply ZIP/RAR all the files and send it to theblogenium (at) gmail (dot) com.

4. Remember:

Plagiarism is strictly prohibited, if we found that your Article is the duplication/copy of any existing article, then we may send your email to Akismet database so they may blacklist you.


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  2. How to cope with Arthritis? 6 Tips

    My mother is a long term sufferer of Joint Disease. She has off and on painful exacerbation’s due to which she walks with difficulty. As a medical student I used to see her visiting the ortho time and again for her Knee Osteoarthritis. He prescribed him a number of medicines especially the expensive once a month capsule and Vitamin D ampules. She begins praying Salah on the chair and avoid sitting on the ground for long hours. She kept telling us to have a Calcium Rich Diet and Exercise Daily. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of Arthritis mostly affecting the big joints. I see her coping the Knee and Back Pain constantly along with household chores so that she can rest afterwards which alleviates her pain to some degree.
    Arthritis is a combination of diseases usually affecting the joints and support system of the body. Osteoarthritis is the commonest affecting the joints of Knee, Hips and Spine leading to painful activity.
    Following are several ways to help the patient having less pain, great mobility and a fulfilling life.
    When the ortho advised exercise to my mother , “how can I exercise! my knee hurts on simple walking?”is her first reply. This is the common misconception encountered by the physicians. As we all know that exercise built up stamina, cardiovascular fitness and enhances mood. It has a miraculous effects on the joints, if done in a proper way. It enhances joint flexibility, decreases stiffness and swelling. It is vital for circulation within the joint which promotes healing and help tone up the muscle support system of the Knee.You can also check out 5 Smart Exercises to Support Your Knees

    Weight Control

    Healthy Diet

    Maintaining ideal weight is important for the arthritis sufferers. Extra weight put stress on the joints.
    1 pound of weight put an additional 4 pounds of pressure on knees. Aerobic exercises like Walking, Biking, Gardening, Raking the leaves are all low impact and helps to maintain good bone health. Do invest in buying a good pair of workout shoes and it benefits in the long run. Doing small household chores for yourself helps to stay active.
    You can also read
    10 Easy Tips to watch your weight at home

    Sun Light
    Change in weather usually worsen the symptoms of Arthritis causing stiffness and pain in the joints. This can be overcome by applying Hot packs or Heating Pad. Taking warm Bath before the sleep helps in relieving the pain symptoms and decrease the swelling.
    Massage Therapy.
    Massaging the painful joint with the light hand in the morning and the bedtime with the olive/Eucalyptus oil is a ritual performed daily by the most joint pain sufferers, is found to be beneficial in the long run.
    Vitamin D

    Vitamin D provides the building blocks i.e Calcium for the bone strength. As told my mother had also been advised Vitamin D. Women in our part of the country is deficient of vitamin D instead of the ample Sunlight available here which is the Richest source of it.
    Bee Venom Therapy.
    It may help smoothening the pain. Bee Venom Therpy(Apia Therapy) has been shown to reduce the arthritis symptoms. See Sting the pain away for more information

    Maintaining a good Hydration is mandatory for joint mobility. Drinking plenty of fluids before and after exercise, Eating a lot of fresh fruits especially Cherries, Citrus fruits helps a lot in the joint mobility.
    All in all Arthritis is a progressive debilitating disease usually controlled by the right approach in view of Medications and Lifestyle. Consult your Physio and Ortho before tracking on a new exercise program. Remember the old saying “if you rest you got rusted”.
    Daily Adequate walk helps in maintaining the joint flexibility and strengthen the muscle support system.
    Stay Healthy and Stay Aware.

    Myda Tahir is a medical professional graduated from DMC, who is now doing her Post Graduation from CPSP. She is a passionate writer with a special interest in health, education and creativity.

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    The best part is I won’t be charging you a penny, but in return all I need is just one link within the article.

    Looking forward for a positive reply.

    Yours truly,

    Barbara Clarke

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