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I am a graduation student. My age is 20. Some times I sleep during day and study till late night. Is it harmful to my health? Or shall I study during day? And which is better time to study/by keeping mind the health.
I had fever for 2 days please prescribe any medicine for my illness and cold also please prescribe correct medicine to me.
Hello, I stay awake daily night till 3 or 4 and sleep till 11 in the morning. What problems will I have to face from this?
What are the edible items which contains carbs that needs to be avoided at night? Also if dinner should be had by 7 pm or latest by 8 then why is carbs not permitted at night?
I have some rectum swelling and feeling of incomplete ejaculation. Moreover some gas problem is also there.
I have pcos and have recently undergone ivf and have got negative hpt as well. I am convinced that this cycle has failed. So I want to try naturally before going for next cycle. So what medicines can I take to improve my chances of natural conception. please help.
Whatbare the symptoms of zika virus. Will it affect adults? Wat should we do wen we have flu? Any info will be helpful.
Hi Doc, No family history of having sugar. 1st August of my fasting sugar level came 91. Then I was taking roseday F (anti cholesterol tab) for 20 DAYS and I stopped taking it as I came to know that can cause sugar. I feel dizzy from two weeks so I got done Random blood sugar test which came 85 (post 4 hours of breakfast) I am worried whether I should go for fasting blood sugar test now?
Is masturbation is harmful for health. I mastbute at least thrice in a day. Is this affect my health. please suggest me. And how many time in a day is good. please suggest me.
Hello sir/madam Several days ago I had asked a question regarding masturbation. I am 20 years old. 4-5 years ago, I used to masturbate 2-3 times a day. Sometimes upto 5 times a day! Fed up of the addiction, I made a strong mind one day and decided to give up the masturbation and never to masturbate in my whole life! From past 3 years, I have only masturbated for like 3 times! Now my question is that, I am super horny 24/7! Every single time I will be thinking of sex. Whenever I see a beautiful girl walking in a street, I immediately start fantasizing in my mind. Every morning when I wake up, the very first thing I do is thinking about sex. By this, my penis will be always dripping wet. Everytime I think about sex, it gets erected within a second and after some minutes, starts oozing out a sticky watery liquid (no white sperms). I have skinny-fat' body. My arms are thin and bones and little visible at my shoulders but I have a beer bottle body. I have a wide ugly love-handles and fat belly! I look like a girl from behind. I am always self conscious about my body and I am very depressed about my ugly. I have read somewhere that a lot of masturbation leads to muscle loss. The reason for my body to be like this is because I masturbated a lot in the past? Now that I never masturbate but my penis will be oozing that liquid all day long because I always think about sex, will that be equivalent to masturbation? I have really tried all the means to get my mind off the sex and have cultivated several habits but still I can't help but to think about sex all the day. If I stop thinking about sex, will my body start developing muscles? Please help me.
Sir, I am not getting sleep till midnight it has been a big issue for me to get sleep till 2 am so please provide me some useful information regarding this.
I'm suffering from a acute pain in my left arm and therefore I can't even move it. I didn't had any accident or injured my left arm. Please let me know what happened and how to solve it . The pain is really killing me as it is already been 4 days and I'm having a fever too now maybe because of the pain.
Vertigo is the sensation of spinning where a patient feels as if the whole surrounding is rotating and a fear of fall is experienced, getting off balanced or pulled to one particular side is experienced as well.
The feeling of vertigo is very scary and unpleasant leaving the patient terrified and perplexed what actually caused that spinning sensation (vertigo).
Well, vertigo can be caused due to various factors and reasons, although it's more prevalent after the age of 40
Vertigo that often lasts for few seconds is not severe and is often not associated with dizziness, nausea, tinnitus (ringing behind the ear), it can be treated effectively by simple movements taught by the physiotherapist or a doctor.
- This type of vertigo is called bening paroxysmal positional vertigo (bppv) which is very common, and as the name suggests it's not dangerous, and it lasts only for few seconds (paroxysmal) and it's experienced only with specific head movement like turning to left or right or up down.
- This is due to the inner ear rock crystals called canalith made up of calcium gets displaced from its position, which needs to be repositioned by certain vestibular rehabilitation.
- Diagnosis for bppv is confirmed by thorough history taking, examination,
- Otoscope to rule out wax, infections, dix-hallpike test is done by the clinician to confirm bppv.
Vertigo that lasts for few minutes to hour associated with pain, nausea, hearing loss and tinnitus and is not specific to head movement can be severe, it's called meniere's disease, it's a disease if the inner ear where there is accumulation of fluids and disturbed ear pressure.
Vertigo can also be due to inner ear infections or inflammation called as vestibular neuritis or labyrinthitis which may be associated with pain, hearing loss.
Uncommon cause of vertigo are:
- Space occupying lesion like tumour
- Brain or head/neck injury
- Severe migraine headache
Treatment of vertigo:
- Vertigo due to meniere's disease will be treated by medications like diuretics, anti-inflammatory, antibiotics, etc.
- Vertigo due to bppv can be treated by the following procedures:
- Epley's manoeuvre or the canalith repositioning manoeuvre.
- Half somersault exercise
- Brant-daroff exercise
- Semont manoeuvre
- Eye gaze exercise
Bppv once treated rarely comes back, one or couple of sessions of epley's manoeuvre or half somersault may be needed to totally fix it, if it relapses same manoeuvre can be repeated once learnt by a qualified physiotherapist or a ent doctor.
Recurrence of vertigo is once or twice in a year.
Here we will learn how to safely do half somersault manoeuvre as it's one of the most effective and easy to do (do it yourself) technique to immediately stop vertigo due to bppv
Technique of half somersault manoeuvre:
Step by step instructions for right sided bppv --
A. Kneel on the floor or in the middle of a large bed. Tip your head straight upward quickly until you are looking straight up at the ceiling. This may cause dizziness briefly.
B. Next place your head on the floor upside down, as if you are about to do a somersault. Tuck the chin so that your head touches the floor near the back of the head rather than near the forehead. This position may cause a burst of vertigo. Without moving, wait until any vertigo ends. The vertigo means the particles are moving in the proper direction. Tapping firmly on the skull with your fingertips just behind the right ear can help move the particles along.
C. Slowly turn your head to face your right elbow. Try to center the right elbow in your field of view. You will keep your head turned to the right through the rest of the maneuver. Again, wait for any vertigo to end before moving to the next step.
D. Keeping your head turned to the right and viewing your right elbow, quickly raise your head to shoulder level. Your head should be positioned at about 45-degree angle to the floor throughout this move. Vertigo is normal during this part of the procedure. Wait for the vertigo to end or count to 15 before continuing.
E. Raise your head to the upright position quickly, keeping it about halfway turned toward the right shoulder. Some additional vertigo may occur. After the vertigo subsides, slowly sit upright.
Rest for 15 minutes. After the rest, quickly tip your head up and down. If no dizziness occurs do not repeat the maneuver. If you still feel some dizziness when making that movement, repeat the maneuver. You may also repeat the maneuver if you have another vertigo spell in the future.
- Always wait at least 15 minutes between maneuver to allow particles to settle.
- Sleep propped up on 2 or 3 pillows for two nights following maneuver.
- Sleep only on your left side for a week after the maneuver (put a pillow behind you to keep you from rolling over in the night).