Home Remedies for Pimple: Acne is one of the most common skin conditions in the world.

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Apple cider vinegar:  Applying apple cider vinegar to the skin may cause burns or irritation, so used carefully. Always do a patch test before you use it on your face. 

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Take a zinc supplement: The recommended safe upper limit of zinc is 40 mg per day, so it’s probably best to not exceed that amount.

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Spot treat with tea tree oil: Applying tea tree oil to the skin may reduce acne. 

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Apply green tea to your skin: Green tea is very high in antioxidants, and drinking it can promote good health. It may also help reduce acne. 

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Moisturize with aloe vera: Aloe vera contains salicylic acid and sulfur, both of which are used extensively in the treatment of acne. 

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Eat less added sugar: People who regularly consume lots of added sugar may have poorer memory and lower brain volume. 

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Fish oil supplement: Fish and fish oil supplements are rich in the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA which improve short-term, working, and episodic memory,  

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Meditation: Meditation may increase gray matter in the brain and improve spatial working memory. 

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Maintain a moderate weight: Maintaining a body mass index may help you avoid a host of issues associated with obesity, including a poorer memory.  

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Get enough sleep: Sleep helps consolidate memories. You’re also likely to perform better on memory tests if you’re well-rested.  

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Practice mindfulness: Practising mindfulness techniques has been associated with increased memory performance and reduced age-related cognitive decline. 

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Drink alcohol in moderation: Alcohol has neurotoxic effects on the brain, including reducing memory performance.  

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Limit refined carbs: Diets high in refined carbs have been associated with dementia, cognitive decline, and reduced brain function. 

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Vitamin D: Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with age-related cognitive decline and dementia.  

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Exercise: Exercise for short periods has been shown to improve cognitive performance, including memory, across all age groups. 

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