Pharyngitis: Natural and effective relief

pharyngitis
March 24, 2014

Pharyngitis is one of the conditions or infectious diseases caused by common action of cold or sudden changes in temperature. An inflammation of the mucosa that surrounding the pharynx caused by bacteria or viruses. Pharyngitis may occur at any age and most common symptoms include headaches, difficulty in eating (swallowing) and loss of appetite, sore throat, malaise, as well as fever and inflammation of the lymph nodes. We can relieve…

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Diabetes: How to discover?

diabetes detection
March 4, 2014

Not always be seen or warning of their presence, but some signs that conveys our body and, in principle, might seem unimportant symptoms, we are really saying that we have a problem of diabetes. Prevention is investing in health and in this case, prevent diabetes is the best way to prevent more severe complications. Diabetes, a disease according to medical data under-diagnosed, since it is estimated that around a million…

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Fever: How and when to measure temperature

measure temperature
February 27, 2014

Fever is not a disease itself, but the response of our body against infections caused by viruses or bacteria. Its appearance, however, of concern and some other questions, including how to measure fever, how to control or that drug can take to mitigate it. It is recommended to take at least three times the temperature throughout the day, assuming that the normal body temperature is 36.8 degrees centigrade. The temperature…

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Alzheimer: Disorders of eating behavior

eating disorder
February 16, 2014

It is a common problem among patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease characterized by the deterioration of intellectual functions, primarily memory, but can also be affected other areas such as language, the ability to make decisions or carry out everyday tasks, attention, changes in mood, behavior and personality. In this case, we will focus on a specific disorder associated the eating behavior. How can we help to prevent it? The problems…

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How to detect if a person is celiac: first symptoms

celiac
December 15, 2013

The first symptoms, although it differ among children, adolescents and adults, can be framed in diarrhea, vomiting, headaches, irritability, depression, iron deficiency anemia, leanness and asthenia. Depending on the patient’s symptoms and type of celiac disease has, the diagnosis can be fast or become a long journey. Confusing symptoms The first symptoms of celiac disease are often confused with irritable bowel disease. This is characterized as a kind of catch:…

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The hemoptitis

hemoptitis
November 25, 2013

The hemoptitis is a disease in which the main symptom is the ejection of blood through the throat, usually when we release phlegm. The amount of blood that is released is important to know if we have a serious situation or not, as too much blood can lead us to a lowering of blood pressure. If it’s something as large amounts need continued medical care. Hemoptitis can be generated because…

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Three effective treatments to combat nausea

menstruation disrupts sleep
August 26, 2013

Millions of people live with the uncomfortable symptoms of nausea every day. For some, the feeling of upset stomach comes and goes, for others, it is a constant concern. While vomiting is commonly associated with nausea, many people may experience an unpleasant sensation in the stomach and no symptoms of vomiting. Here are the most common causes, and three of the most effective ways to alleviate the feeling of nausea….

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How to recognize the hyperthyroidism symptoms

hyperthyroidism
July 2, 2013

Hyperthyroidism is a disease caused by the poor functioning of the thyroid gland, due to an overproduction of the hormone levels in the blood plasma. The most common cause of hyperthyroidism is the side effect of other diseases, such as diffuse toxic goiter and Graves – Basedow, among others. The most important component of the hormones produced by the thyroid (thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3)) is iodine, which regulates the…

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How to combat insomnia naturally

combat insomnia
April 27, 2013

Insomnia, lack of sleep, and rest disturbances can be caused by many different factors, such as the one we are going through particularly disturbing situations (nerves, problems at work, doubts, etc.), or medical circumstances. Fortunately there are some natural solutions to combat insomnia, with which we will achieve a deeper and effective rest, without using aggressive therapies or medications that could turn out to be, ultimately, harmful to our bodies.

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Relieve the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome

carpal tunnel syndrome
March 2, 2013

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that occurs when the narrow passageway, through which pass nerves, veins and muscles to move the hand, is compressed by a repetitive task, normally produced in the workplace. Treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome According to specialists, the treatment to relieve the symptoms of this syndrome varies according to the seriousness and the degree of intensity of pain. For example, if the pain and tingling…

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