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I regularly have coughing problem specially in the morning. Mucus comes in my throat and causes continuous irritation till I am able to spot it out. Tried many medications. Often it triggers after something cold or during season change. Please advise.
I have under gone by pass surgery. I am a diabetic and asthmatic. Cabg done four months back. diabetes 30 years. Asthmatic 40 year's back .now my age is 64 year's. Suggest. Me The medication. Now I am on humininssulin 30/70 15 unit's BD for asthma I take inhaler asthalin. For cardiac I take betaloc 25 BD. Lipikind plus. And diabetes galvusmet 50/500.
Actually my heart beat was very speed than the normal speed like any thing will put in my chest that will vibrate. Please advise.
Dear Doctor, My mother is 76 years old. She is usually very agile, workaholic from the time I had seen her. She takes care of cooking & other household work till now. Her daily routine is: Gets up at 4.30 am in the morning, goes out for walking by 5.00 am. Walks between 30 - 40 minutes. Comes back - does meditation for 20 min; then does Yoga for 30 minutes. By the time she finishes all this it will be around 6.30 am. Then she goes to Kitchen and does breakfast and lunch for my wife and children - as they get ready to go to their work. Goes back to bed around 11.00 pm. Till she retires to bed, she is almost doing some work in the house. Maybe takes 1 hr rest in the noon time. Coming to her health issue: She has been diagnosed for diabetes for the past 4 years and is taking Glycomet GP1 - one tab in the morning and one at night; Her sugar reading taken a couple of days back reads: Fasting: 189 and PP 196. Her food habits: Breakfast: 3 idli or 2 chapattis or 2 doses. Lunch: Rice with some dal and vegetables and 1 green; Dinner: 2 chapattis; Upuma or Kichadi. Eats a piece of apple and guava and some dry fruits and nuts. Has one glass of milk before going to bed. For the past 6 months she is finding it difficult to walk outside, as her legs are paining. Pain radiates from bottom part of hip till the heels of her both legs. Usually she walks faster than men. Now she is feels her legs are heavy and knees paining as she walks. End of her walk back home, she is sweating and panting for breath; Her question is: She does everything that is recommended and advised by Doctors. Still why would she be having such a problem at her age? What investigations are to be done? Which specialist doctor has she to check about her health issue? Would appreciate your thoughts and advise to my dear mother.
Hi. I have itching in my inner thighs. Which me scratching it all the time and now that surface has become red. I applied quadriderm on it actually I have been applying the same since a month. Initially I got relief but now its again irritating me. Kindly suggest what do I do.
I am 30 years old guy, I am suffering from a saviour headache for last three weeks. I have have used different types of ointments. But I didn't got any relief upto now. By what I can reduce my headache.
My fasting blood glucose 130 My post pr blood glucobse 147 My HbA1C 6.30 Serum creatinine 0.84 Blood urea. 23.0 Urine Albumin absent Glucose. Nil Micro. 3_4 Pus cell/HPF 1-2. Epithelial cells/HPF are seen Kindly muze bataye ki sugar huva hei ya urine infections hei meine ek din pahle sankasti ka pooja tha meine meeta zada kaya tha.
Hello Dr. Applying olive oil or any other oil on penis during intercourse will effect the sperm. If yes then please recommend any good lubricant which is not harmful as we are planning for baby. Thanks in advance.
What is the Vegetarian diet that a man should generally follow to have healthy sperm count if he's suffered from watery and weak sperm count due to the habit of daily masturbation?
My immune system is not strong, I don't easily digest when I eat little bit extra, and also please suggest a good diet chart. Because I feel little weak at working and getting skinny.
After doing intercourse with my wofe always got swelling on my penis - worried about this please help.
What are the side effects of the drugs you have prescribed? What can I do to handle or prevent them? Are there some lifestyle changes that might help prevent my headaches, such as diet, exercise or meditation? How might my migraines affect my life, and what changes, if any, should I make?
After a tiring work session, there is nothing more relaxing than a cup of tea. It is such a refreshing beverage which is highly popular amongst people of all age groups. It is a natural oxidant and a great source of fluoride which relaxes and calms the human mind like no other beverage. It also boosts the exercise endurance and also adds up many health benefits such as it reduces the risk of heart attacks, fights against cardiovascular diseases and also has cancer- fighting benefits as well.
Although all types of tea begin with a tea leaf of the plant known as Camellia sinensis, the process in which the leaves are processed, determines if it converts to green, white, black or any other type of tea. Basically, there are five varieties of tea namely, green, white, oolong, pu-erh and black. In this article, we’ll discuss the white tea and its benefits.
White tea offers the most exquisitely subtle experience of drinking tea. Unlike other teas, it undergoes the least processing and is withered and dried after harvesting. This tea has the most delicate aroma and flavour among all teas, and tastes very light and bright. It is called white tea because there are silvery-white pubescent hairs on the surface of the tea buds of the white tea and it also has a light cream-colored liquor present in it. White tea mainly originates in the Fujian province of China. It is produced in very limited quantity and that too only a few parts of the world. It has many health benefits too.
- It is very beneficial in weight loss. The studies suggest that white tea has the property of preventing adipogenesis, i.e., the process of formation of fat cells.
- It is effective in reducing the risk of tooth decay or cavity. It improves the oral health of a person. Presence of flavonoids, polyphenols, and tannins in white tea help to inhibit the growth of plaque-forming bacteria in the mouth.
- Due to its antioxidant properties, white tea helps in the quick repair and recovery of the damaged skin and it also reduces the risk of premature aging. With the same, it also protects the skin from the effects of ultraviolet rays, thus, adding to youthful and healthy skin.
- It is very beneficial in preventing cancers; especially the lung cancer. Studies suggest that white tea serves as a chemopreventive agent and its extracts can induce the cell death and can also prevent the growth of new cells during lung cancer. It also possesses the antimutagenic properties.
- Consuming white tea also aids in managing diabetes. Research suggests that white tea can give relief to diabetic patients from the diabetes symptoms like decrease in the level of plasma glucose in the body, excessive thirst and increase in the secretion of urine.
- The Flavonoids present in the white tea reduce the risk of various cardiovascular diseases. These help decreasing the blood pressure, and improves dyslipidemia and endothelial function and also inhibits the oxidation of low-density lipoprotein in the body.
- Boosts energy, but is not addicting: There is only 28 milligrams of caffeine in one 8 oz. cup of white tea, which gives it a relatively low level in comparison to other caffeinated beverages, such as coffee or green tea.white tea can provide an energetic boost, but isn’t as addicting and doesn’t result in withdrawal symptoms. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dietitian-nutritionist.