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´╗┐According to us blisters are a very common thing and we come across them very often in our daily lives. It is a very common occurrence like cold or fever depending upon your lifestyle. The common forms of blisters are the ones wherein the blister is raised and filled with a liquid. These blisters can form on any part of your body mainly hands and feet where there is more friction.

The different types of blister are fever blisters, blood blisters, and friction blister which is the most common blister among the three. Fever blisters are formed around your mouth, chin, cheeks or nostrils. These can also be found in your mouth but are smaller than canker sores. Friction blisters are caused by friction by doing things with your bare hands, wearing a new shoe, due to heat, frostbite, chemical injury or friction. Blood blisters are mainly developed due to a smash or punching injury. This kind of injury ticker the blood between the skin layers causing it to be a blood blister.

Self-Care Measures

The first thing to do for a blister, if it is due to burns is to put pour or soak the injured part in ice-water.

How to avoid blisters on your feet? Before wearing your shoes you can apply Vaseline or petroleum jelly all over your feet to avoid any friction.

You can wear silk under socks to prevent blisters and save yourself from the agonizing pain.

Rub baby powder on your feet. This prevents blisters from appearing on your feet.

Home Remedies for Blisters

You can provide a cool compress to the blister by soaking a towel in a mixture of salt and ice-cold water.

Apply 10 percent tannic acid to the required areas of the skin, twice daily. Continue this for two to three weeks to make your skin stronger and healthier.

Sweating causes further inflammation of the blisters. To get your feet dry, soak them in a mixture of epsom salt and warm water. Do this by the end of the day for five minutes and later soak it dry for best results.

You can treat broken blisters by applying few drops of Listerine to disinfect the wound as it is a wonderful antiseptic.

You can apply aloe vera gel or juice, vitamin E oil or zinc ointment on the blisters to alleviate pain.

Garlic oil also helps in disinfecting the infected blisters.

Dab blisters with witch hazel at least four times a day. This would relieve pain and also help in drying process of the blister due to the presence of astringent tannins.

Warning: The reader of this article should exercise all precautionary measures while following instructions on the home remedies from this article. Avoid using any of these products if you are allergic to it. The responsibility lies with the reader and not with the site or the writer.

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´╗┐Try to imagine the new medical insurance plan from a detached position.

There is an excellent opportunity for seniors sharp enough to see it, and it is available to anyone willing to do a little math. The savings presented in Medicare part d are a little deceiving because at first glance it looks like 75%, when in fact that is only a portion of the overall savings in the formula. Here is a simple way to calculate how to take advantage of the new government medical insurance IF EXPENSES ARE OVER $2250 PER YEAR.

Four things need to be considered.

Start with annual prescription expenses. Figure out how much would be spent on prescriptions if there was no insurance at all. The full retail amount is important for this calculation.

Calculate which month of the year full retail costs reach the "Magic Mark" of $2250. This will expose when the medical insurance stops and full retail costs apply.

For plan costs, add up how much will be spent on the annual deductible and monthly premiums. (in the chosen medical insurance plan) Add $500 to this amount for the 25% not covered by Medicare part d.

Now add the full retail amount that will be spent for the remainder of the year to find the real expenses. Subtract savings ($1500) from expenses to calculate the real percentage of savings. Understand that 75% savings is impossible to reach.

Here's How To Maximize Savings if Prescription Expenses Are More Than $2250

The "Magic Mark" for maximum savings is $2250 in medicare part d. USE IT! Once prescription costs go beyond that magic mark, the percentage of savings sinks like a rock. To avoid that problem and to take advantage of every angle, use another discount source for prescriptions.

Canadian medications are typically 30% - 40% less expensive, and using a Canadian Pharmacy to balance expenses is like an additional medical insurance policy. The recommendation is to buy enough prescriptions from Canada every three months to target the "Magic Mark" of $2250 with the government medical insurance. By spending exactly $2250 per year (Retail) through medicare part d and buying the balance of medications from Canada, the savings will work out as follows.

Approximately 50% - 60% savings will be had through the government medical insurance plan, and about 30% - 40% savings on the portion purchased from Canada. If there are some medications that can be bought from Canada to help target the "Magic Mark" of $2250 then figure out which Canadian Prescriptions offer the greatest savings and buy those medications from Canada throughout the year. Keep in mind some medications will not be covered under Medicare part d and those ones would be ideal to get from Canada.

One More Consideration

If expenses are beyond $5100 there can still be a significant savings by using this method. It depends on how much would be spent at full retail in the year and how far expenses go into the catastrophic end. Use a Canadian Pharmacy to supplement the Government Medical Insurance and avoid the dreaded un-insured portion... the "Doughnut Hole"