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Hi doctor, My name is Vishal and I'm student. I sweat too much from last 1 or say 2 years on full body even in normal atmosphere condition. By Little walk sweating starts and sometimes it starts sweating in stable condition also under fan. And also I go to gym. What should I do? Pls help me to get rid of this ? Are there any medicines or any treatment or home remedies for this issue?
The passing of urine has very important functions in your body as it clears out many of the toxins filtered by the kidneys. Urine primarily contains urea and uric acid, which are the results of the toxins being flushed out of the body. Urine color can be a good indicator of either what is in your system and in certain cases what may be wrong in your system.
Urine color and what it signifies:
Normal urine doesn't have a single color as it varies from clear to pale yellowish. There are certain foods, which may also leave a tinge of color, such as red or green in you urine. However, there are certain conditions, which can result in the same. Let's looks at some examples of these situations.
- Orange: Certain medications tends to have a side effect of making your urine of an orange colour. Medications, which have high doses of vitamin B2, the drug phenazopyridine and other such medicines are used to treat urinary tract infections. Moreover, certain antibiotics are known to have side effects of changing the urine color into a citrus drink like color. However, it could also mean problems with your liver or bile duct and you should consult a doctor in such cases.
- Red or Pink Urine: Phenazopyridine also causes red or pink urine in certain individuals. However, the major cause for urine of this hue is due to certain foods, such as beets, blackberries, rhubarbs, carrots and others. However, in the absence of such foods and medication, it could mean blood in your urine, urinary tract infections, tumors or even prostate problems.
- Blue or green: Certain conditions within the body are known to cause blue or green hues in urine. If you are having blue or green urine consistently then it is advisable to go to your doctor to get it checked out. Some medications, such as propofol or promethazine can also have the side effect of turning pee blue or green. However, in most cases it is the harmless food dye, which is filtered out of your system.
- Cola colored or dark brown urine: Although this can also be caused by certain medications or foods, it could be a marker for kidney disorders or internal injuries. It is advised that you go to your doctor urgently to get it checked.
- Dark yellow to amber or honey colored: This is the classic sign that your body is quite dehydrated and you need to drink more water. Dehydration may lead to more serious problems and thus this shouldn't be ignored and must be taken care of urgently.
Do you think taking supplements increases weight?
Myths and facts about vitamin supplementation!
Misconceptions about vitamins and their proper functions are understandable. Let's clear up some of these misconceptions:
Myth: vitamins give you" energy" and" pep.
Fact: vitamins yield no calories. They provide no extra pep or vitality beyond normal expectations, nor do they provide unusual levels of well -being.
Myth: timing of vitamin is crucial.
Fact: there is no medical or scientific basis for this contention.
Myth: some people need very high intake of vitamins to be healthy.
Fact: a multitude of studies have shown that it is rare for anyone to need amounts higher than the rda.
Myth: vitamin supplements are necessary because today the soil is so depleted.
Fact: crops can't grow in depleted soil. If a nutrient is low, the yield will be low, but the vitamin content will be normal.
Myth: the more vitamin the better.
Fact: taking excess vitamins is a complete waste, both in money and effect. Infact, excess amounts of any several different vitamins can be harmful.
Myth: you cannot get enough vitamins from the conventional foods you eat.
Fact: anyone who eats a reasonably varied diet that includes animal products should normally not need supplemental vitamins.
Myth: vitamin supplements are needed to protect against harmful chemicals and pollution.
Fact: vitamin supplements do not have special abilities to ward off harmful agents.