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8: 30: Today I was walking in the Market and Then Suddenly my Heart started to Pumping Heavily and Fast, I Quickly rushed to my Home and Measured my BP with an Electronic BP Machine. My BP was 116/83 and Pulse was 112. My Heart was Pumping very Badly and very Loudly and Harsh. I was Feeling very Uncomfortable. I was Feeling sleepy and my Head was also was in little Ache. I Thought that I should Visit a General Physician but It was too Night and Dark Outside. I went to sleep as my Mother Massaged my with Lukewarm Mustard Oil. I Slept Around 1 Hrs and 30 Mins. I woke up and Felt that my Heart was now at Normal Rate I Didn't Measured my BP Though. I Rushed to the Wash Room and Pooped up Really Hard. When I Came Outside I Felt Comfortable, I Had 1 Chapatti and 2 Mangoes in my Dinner. This was all the Incident of Today! I Didn't had any Lunch or Meal Today, only Thing That I Had was Soft Drink and some Sweets. I want to ask that If this was an Attack or Any sort of Serious Disorder?
Symptoms and causes of Vitamin D3 deficiency
Hi, this is Dr.Umesh Alegaonkar from Thane, Sampada hospital and I am discussing the Current epidemics of D3 deficiency in the Indian Society. Huge epidemics and a huge number of patients are currently being diagnosed with vitamin D3 deficiency. First of all, Vitamin D3 deficiency is not so widely accepted by the practicing consultant. And more or fewer patients having the same symptom coming to the consulting are very less. But as we are diagnosing more and number of vitamin D3 cases we know the burden of vitamin D3 deficiency which the society is having. Patients usually come with weak bone pains, myalgia; there are usually complaints of morning stiffness, they experience huge pain in both their feet as they touch the ground early in the morning.
We also find irritability and changes in behavior, brittleness of skin, loss of hair, decreased appetite and apathy. All these are related sometimes, which by and large may be related to other illnesses also, systemic illnesses, I am talking about. But yes they only remain peculiar to the vitamin D3 deficiency. The main cause is dietary deficiency and even though the patient supplements himself with sufficient amount of vitamin D3 deficiency they don’t have adequate exposure to the sunlight in the morning hours, because the morning hours the skin really absorbs the sunrise and it helps the vitamin D3 to get converted into the liver and that’s how the calcium is absorbed from the intestine being actually utilized by the bone and it becomes stronger. Unavailability of the sun or under-exposure to the sunlight in the daytime is really a cause of concern we are currently facing because of the sedentary lifestyle of the patient, car to car type of a lifestyle with no exposure to the sun at all. This is a major cause I really think because of which there is an epidemic of vitamin D3 deficiency.
A simple measure is to expose yourself to the sunlight early in the morning, a good supplement of vitamin D3 diet is the actual issue where we can treat the vitamin D3 deficiency. Long term complications are usually seen. The patients have weak bone pain; they usually suffer from lumbar spinal arthritis and cervical spinal arthritis. They come with unusual fractures of the hips and the bone. The bones are usually osteopenic and osteoporotic and these symptoms are further aggravated in the case of a woman who is in a post-menopausal state. So currently I would……
Vitamin D3 deficiency is a highly, highly under-diagnosed issue in the medical fraternity.
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I have a hydrocele fro some time ,i had been operated some 10 years back but now the fluid has accumulated again. Although I do not have any pain because of that but sometimes it is uncomfortable. Does this have any treatment without being operated.
I m suffering from. Spondylitis cervical. Neck not moving properly. All body in pain. Daily using pain killer tablets. What should i do?
My outer cover in Penis gas not been broken, which means that I don see my internal layer of Penis during erection. It's not coming out. Suggest me please what needs to be done.
Deodorants and antiperspirants are items of regular use all over the world. You would never want to smell bad or have sweat stains under your armpits. Hence, after using a deodorant or an antiperspirant you usually stick to it and keep on using it continuously. There is a major confusion regarding deodorants and antiperspirants, and it is important to know the major difference between these two similar items of everyday use.
Deodorant serves the function of preventing unwanted and unpleasant odour from our body. Deodorants do not prevent sweating. Body odour is caused due to the bacterial breakdown of sweat. The ingredients of a deodorant are designed especially for the elimination of the smell caused by bacteria.
The common ingredients of a deodorant are :
Organic aloe vera juice
Witch hazel water
Fir needle oil
Chamomile flower aqueous extract
Hops [CO2] extract – helps eliminate the odour
Organic Lemongrass Oil
Antiperspirants are different from deodorants, and they are designed in such a way that the body produces lesser sweat. This is done by blocking sweat from reaching the skin. The ingredients present in antiperspirants, especially aluminum, block the pores on the skin and do not allow sweat to pass through them. When an antiperspirant is applied to the skin, the aluminum salts get dissolved in the sweat under the armpit. The dissolved aluminum forms a gel, which acts like a plug on the sweat glands or pores on the skin. This stops sweat secretion. Aluminum is, however, a cancer-causing factor and may also lead to Alzheimer’s disease. Several forms of aluminum present in some antiperspirants leave yellow stains on clothes as a result of mixing with sweat.
The primary ingredients of antiperspirants are:
Aluminum Zirconium Trichlorohydrex.
C18 36 Acid Triglyceride.
People are often confused as to what to use among deodorants and antiperspirants. This depends totally on your personal choice, but it is recommended to use a product which incorporates natural ingredients instead of using chemicals such as aluminum. Hence, deodorants are considered to be safer for everyday use. However, several artificial dyes and fragrances are used as ingredients in both deodorants and antiperspirants, which cause reactions on the skin. Allergies and skin irritation also occur sometimes as a result.