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Idiom of the Day

give oneself up to (something)
to let oneself enjoy something, to not hold oneself back from something
The man gave himself up to enjoy the party although he was feeling sick.

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    A hot hipbath

    A hot hipbath helps to relieve painful menstruation, pain in the pelvic organs, painful urination, inflamed rectum or bladder and painful piles. It also benefits enlarged prostate gland, painful contractions or spasm of the bladder, sciatica, neuralgia of the ovaries and bladder. This bath is generally taken for eight to 10 minutes at a water temperature of 40 C to 45C. The bath should start at 40 C. The temperature should be gradually increased to 45 C. NO friction should be applied to the abdomen. Before entering the tub, the patient should drink one glass of cold water. A cold compress should be placed on the head. A cold shower bath should be taken immediately after the hot hipbath. Care should be taken to prevent the patient from catching a chill after the bath. The bath should be terminated if the patient feels giddy or complains of excessive pain.


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