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My teeth gets very sensitive when it connects with cold or normal water.& I can't tolerate the pain.
I feel sleepy whole day specially when I go for study my sleeping time is 11pm-7am when I try to get up early in morning at 6am I feel lite head ache for 5minutes I don't have any bad habits like smoking drinking I can't control my anger and if I try to control then I feel head ache what should I do.
I am suffering from black patches on upper cheek area since last five months, is there any internal problem because I tried cucumber, icepack, haldi besan, paste of Almond etc. Everything but no results. Please help I am worried for any internal problem.
I am 18 years old perfect 17 years 5 months. I have side baldness literally I do not have side hair its genetics right from my age one I do not have hair there but as my head grew it is visible now I got an angled v shape on my head And recently from two months I have been loosing hair every time I run my fingers roughly in head or wipe my head with heavy force. My hair density per a square area was really less from my childhood it was very silky but I am afraid if this was getting worse as I am loosing hair. I am not sure any way. The v shape baldness was clearly visible now which existed from my childhood so do my fathers had. I wanted to know if I am going bald?~if so I want to get hair transplantation how much it cost? Am I going bald?~
I used to masturbate a lot in my teenage daily. Now I am recognizing my body has not been completely grown. Now my age is 23 but I don't look like 23. Muscles are not grown completely. Now since 4 months I have not been masturbating at all. But since I have not found any improvement in my body. What might be the problem will I be the same. Or I might improve. What are the food should I eat to look of my age.
Hello my mother is a diabetic patient yesterday when we went for check up my mother sugar levels are very high 580 so what she eat for normal sugar levels.
I am very thin. Please help me to put on my weigh. And is it possible to weight gain fast. It very helpful for me.
Is their any chance of becoming pregnant if she had unprotected sex during her previous periods time? She had even taken contraceptive pills. If their is delay in her periods this time. Does it mean she had conceive.
What is the remedy for the sciatica? I also feel inflammation in the femur bone area severely, not able to sit or walk continuously. Its been tough to sit or get up after sleeping or sitting. I feel too much pain on the lower back below the spine area. Kindly suggest the same.
I am 27 year old male, having disorder of lower jaw. Planing to dental treatment. Is there any impact on health at this time. Please share details of time taking for treatment, cost of it for type of braces.
One of the biggest signs of not getting enough sleep is to see dark circles under your eyes. For some people, this can be evident after a single all nighter while for others, it can take a few nights of no sleep for it to become visible. However, sometimes, even when you get sufficient sleep, your eyes don’t look as bright as they should and are shadowed by dark circles. Thus, along with a lack of quality sleep, other factors such as age, genetics and lifestyle also play a role in the development of dark circles.
There are four main types of dark circles categorised on the basis of their colour and appearance.
- Purple under eye circles: Genetics are largely to blame for purplish under eye circles. This is typically caused by pigmentation and hypersensitivity of your skin to external factors such as UV radiation. Ageing also plays a role in this type of under eye circles. As the skin ages, it becomes thinner, bringing the capillaries to the surface. As these capillaries weaken, blood may leak out to the surrounding tissue leaving behind a purplish shadow. This can be noticed especially in the case of fair-skinned people.
- Blue under eye circles: Bluish under eye circles are preventable and largely affected by your lifestyle. They are signs of stress, not getting enough sleep, allergies and nasal congestion. These conditions restrict the amount of oxygen in the blood and thus makes capillaries turn from a healthy red to a bluish hue.
- Brown under eye circles: This is caused due to genetics and over exposure to sunlight which results in hyperpigmentation. These are more commonly seen in medium or dark skin tones and are the most difficult type of under eye circles to treat.
- Dark shadowy under eye circles: Ageing and drastic weight loss can also contribute towards the development of dark under eye circles. In reality, such dark circles are not caused by a change in skin colour but by the loss of fatty tissue under the eyes. This creates a rift or groove between the eyes and cheek muscles where the eyes cast a shadow.
As with any other health condition, prevention is better than cure when it comes to under eye circles. The best way to treat under eye circles is by getting enough sleep, having a well-balanced diet and following a regular exercise regimen. You could also use an under eye cream to nourish the skin and keep dark circles from appearing. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can ask a free question.