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Sir I have a frequent urine problem for last month but still there is no urine problem urine will flow time to time after 2 to 3 hours my doctor says your urine bladder not empty completely & he pesc. relief 8 for 1,2&3 months but my problem is I feeling sensation in my penis like urine leak but do not leak pls help I am so depress what is the prob. There is no sensation in night & morning only day time I take medicine clonazepam .5 mg in day I feel the sensation is gone what happened I am so worried pls help & guide me.
Hi Sir, I have a problem with me digestion of daily meal, everyday I use to go toilet 3-4 time a day, but after that also I could not able to do properly toilet. Thanks.
I have deficiency of vitamin d3. I feel weakness in my legs. I have pain in my knees and backbone. vitamin d3 qty in my blood was 36 and in my wife is 16. Whst mediation we should take.
I am 31 yrs old, I am suffering mitral valve prolapse2 d echo report1) mitral valve leaflets: aml prolapsing.Please suggest in this regard
I masturbate once in 2 days. I am very lean and skinny. Is it the cause of my skinny body. What else problem is caused by it?
My skin getting darker day by day. Also my body temperature stay higher than normal and also I don't sweat much. What should I do?
I have black and white patches on back fully and also in my chest and genital area. In tamil we call it "thermal" I have this problem for about 5 years. I have tried many treatments and it is not vanishing completely, it goes for a while and comes again. I am applying fungirex gel for a long time. I also tried ayurveda, they gave a salt like power which dissolves in water, I applied it and the black patch peeled off and I was happy for a while but it appeared again. Also I have constipation problem. Does it relate to that? Please give me a solution or guide me to some treatment.
Stress is an automatic response to psychological threats. It can be in two different ways - the psychological perception of pressure and the body’s response to it. Due to the hormonal changes in the body due to this pressure, the body’s fight or flight response is set in motion.
Stress can be characterized into acute, episodic and chronic. Acute stress is short term stress which does not last long but may have long term effects if ignored. Episodic stress is short term stress but in situations which can be a daily occurrence, such as stressful situations in the workplace. Chronic stress refers to long term stress which has lasted over a long period of time. There are many different causes of stress such as work, relationships, personal appearance, societal norms, bereavement, health worries, major life changes etc. The cause of stress and the degree to which we experience them differs from person to person, with each of us having different levels of tolerance.
1. Practice deep breathing exercises:
One main symptom of stress is staggered breathing. When we experience stressful situations, we tend to breathe faster and more rapidly. Practicing deep breathing helps you normalize your breathing and bring your heart rate back down to normal.
2. Try progressive muscle relaxation:
This concept requires you to consciously identify all the muscles in your body which are tensing and relax them. In order to do this you will have to first consciously tense the muscles in your body and know what that feels like, then relax them and learn what that feels like.
3. Use guided imagery:
Sit in a quiet place, close your eyes, and try to visualize your ‘happy place.’ This is the place you feel at peace. Imagine the sights, sounds, smells and feel of that place. The next time you feel yourself start to feel stressed try this technique.
4. Make time for hobbies:
We all have so much work to complete in the day or week that we forget to give ourselves some time off. It is important that you take some time off to do things which you enjoy. For example, you may like reading or painting or fishing. Alot a time in the week for you to do these activities. This will help you destress and help put you in a more relaxed state.
5. Be aware of your stressors:
It is important that we identify the things which cause us stress. Once we are aware of our stressors we can consciously make an effort to relax before going into the task. Make a plan before going to tackle the task which is causing the stress.