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I have must problem my life my age 26 year my penis size small and sax timings 5 minutes only I will try longtime sax but after 5 minute discharge my penis only one time sax one night 2nd not Strong's penis my mainly problem so help me senior doctor pls.
Hello Doctor, I am having vibration in my lower abdomen and some time in thighs simultaneously. When I do yoga, while doing poses which require to fall my head down this vibration always occur. Please advice why this is happening. I don't feel pain but get irritated when this happen.
Hello doctor, My mom is 56 years old and she is having a diabetics from the past 7-8 years and she is taking jalra m 50/500 and insugen 30/70 insulin from the past 6 months. But her sugar levels are not coming down and her current sugar levels are between 250 to 280. So please provide some solution for this.
I have a tendency of tumor. I had tumor in ear, femur bone. Is homeopathic treatment can remove the tendency of tumor?
Is there any treatment for diabetic retinopathy and vitreous hemorrhage in Ayurveda. Pls tell m m very depressed by this. Don't wnt surgery.
I am 27 years old and I have a diabetes last 4 years because the main reasons of the pancreatist before last 7 years so what I do in this case how I maintain my diabetes without taking insulin dose ?
What diseases can be affect to my brother, if he is having high fever and what precautions to be taken fot that.
Once my friend got blood from his reproduction part (pennis) he thinks its a major problem but only once he got blood from that but he gets little pain when he goes urine could you help me with this please?
Everybody has a certain amount of dopamine & endorphins in their which are the pleasure chemical. Some people produce less of it, genetically or due to other reasons. These individuals seek out substance in various forms for their dopamine & endorphin levels to be maintained. Tolerance. Different genetically programmed individuals start consuming substances at different age. And after a certain level, they need more of the same substance for the desired effect. This is called tolerance.
Withdrawal. When a person is addicted to a substance long enough that when one stops its suddenly, it can cause physicals effects like tremors, sleeplessness, cravings, body ache, etc. These features are known as withdrawals.
When all these three features are seen in a person along with a lifestyle which only involves getting & consuming the substance as main priority, then we can diagnose the person as substance dependence. The main substances of abuse seen in our country are:
- tobacco (cigarettes, bidis, gutkha, tambaku, khaini, paan, zarda)
- alcohol (beer, spirit)
- cannabis (ganja, charas, weed, grass, marijuana)
- opioids (garad, brown sugar, heroin, cough syrup)
- benzodiazapenes (button, roofies)
- inhalant (whitener, nail paint remover)
- hallucinogens (lsd, acid, mushrooms, amphitamines)
And many more which can be experimented with and can become drugs of abuse.
The main thing to keep in mind regarding treatment of substance dependence is that it is a psychiatric illness like diabetes or hypertension, and that it is not under the voluntary control of the patient. The patient requires strong social support to strengthen his motivation to leave the substance. Medications can only help in suppressing the withdrawal features & control cravings to some extent. But acceptance of substance dependence as a mental illness by the society is the need for the hour.
Any patient should not try leaving substance on their own as withdrawal can lead to further complications. Please consult your nearest psychiatrist for medication & further help.
My mother’s age 45 year old. She has high BP problems and she has facing this problem since last two years. And also she has gas problem and pain in chest most of time she says due to gas my BP increase she got pain also in her chest. So what is precaution for gas and how to maintain BP.
I don't have any sexual problems but I wish to take Viagra. Is it OK to use Viagra even if we don't have any sexual problems?
From last many years suffering from night fall and now premature evacuation, after 3 months going to marry, need your expert advise immediately thnx.
I am 20 years old and I have alopecia grade 3 since 2 years due to excessive fatty acid on my scalp. Is there a natural solution for less formation of fatty acid on scalp?
When the natural moisture content of your skin begins to dry up, you experience dry skin. Although it is a temporary skin condition which occurs mainly during the winter or in a generally dry climate, for some people, it could be a problem for a lifetime.
Naturally dry skin tendencies v/s drying of other skin types
Naturally, the water content of a healthy skin is around 10 to 20 percent. This natural moisture level can dwindle due to many factors and the skin may show signs of drying. Thus you may end up getting dry, flaky, itchy and lifeless skin. People with naturally dry skin experience 75 percent more water loss than normal skin. Since the skin loses water and sebum (the oil secretion from the sebaceous glands within the skin), the topmost layer of the skin begins to dry. As a result, the top layer starts peeling away. These skin peels are called flakes.
- You can experience dry skin due to excessively cold weather, which in most cases is accompanied by a lack of humidity.
- Again, if your skin is exposed to too much heat or skin drying conditions like sauna baths or prolonged hot showers, you experience dry skin.
- Applying skin cleansing materials or chemicals can also make the skin dry.
- Some internal disorders like illness or infection can make your skin dry.
When you have a perennially dry skin, you should moisturize it daily to keep it hydrated. You should consult a dermatologist for picking out the right skin cream for your skin. The appropriate moisturizer, if you have very dry skin should be oil or petroleum based. When you purchase the prescribed moisturizer or lotion, make sure you buy something which contains vitamin E, Shea Butter and Avocado Oil. Since these moisturizing agents aren’t water based , they can lock in the skin moisturizer effectively.
Advantages of moisturising regularly
- Dry skin is prone to wrinkle formation – When you moisturize daily, the collagen levels of your skin are restored, which can then effectively fight wrinkling and aging of your skin.
- Prevents flakiness – Since the upper layer of your skin starts peeling off, your skin may appear dull, lifeless and flaky. The condition worsens when there is a cold weather outside. Moisturizing your skin daily will make your skin get a natural glow and stop flaking form occurring in the first place.
- Reduces itchiness: Moreover, daily moisturizing will make your skin less itchy.
- Moisturising reduces the negative effects of makeup: Not moisturizing dry skin will make it look less hydrated. Applying makeup on your dry skin directly is the worst thing you can do. This may spoil your makeup and make it look creasy and broken. Thus, you should keep your skin hydrated by applying moisturiser regularly.
I am a 27 year old, healthy (enough) male who has been getting intermittent, irregular and infrequent chest pains on and off for around 10 years. During an'attack' the pain can be quite severe and sharp - I guess a bit like being stabbed. The pain is localised to the left side of my sternum and feels fairly deep (i. E. It cannot be palpated). Attacks can last anywhere from a few seconds to a day or so, and tend to come in'clusters' that can be present for up to a week. There can be months between each cluster of attacks (if you get my drift!). Pain can sometimes be exacerbated when leaning forward, coughing, lying on my side or raising an arm (seems to always vary - and can sometimes not have any stimulates). During a'cluster' period and between attacks I can often feel a mild, underlying ache in my chest. This is easy enough to ignore however. I have had ECGs and chest xray that have all been fine, and am not affected at all during exercise - I can happily go out and run 10k with ease. Doctors have in the past ruled out gastro reflux as there was no tenderness on palpation of my stomach area, although I have sometimes thought that attack can follow a big meal and be accompanied by burping (although this may be my mind tricking me). musculoskeletal problems have been mentioned, but why would attacks come in clusters and seemingly out of the blue?
Muje pat me garmi bhot he soch pura utarta nahi mari koi pesab ki nas to nahi dab rahi esa hota us k karan garmi pet me badh jati hai.
The hot topic in Pain research over the last ten years, Chronic Pain (now termed Persistent Pain) is any pain lasting longer than the normal biological healing time frame (6-12 weeks).
We used to think pain was from damage to tissues, stimulating nerve cells, telling our brain we were suffering. High quality research shows that our brain can have little or no pain with direct stimulation of these cells, or certainly for very short periods. Contrasting studies have shown severe pain being experienced in the absence of activity in these fibres.
It has become clear that pain is an OUTPUT of the brain, not an INPUT from our tissues; depending on our FEAR of THREAT to our tissues, not a simple response of the tissues themselves. This doesn’t mean that you can ignore a sprained ankle, but it provides strong psycho-physical treatment pathways for people who have become stuck in patterns of pain, depression, weakness, reduced activity, and withdrawal from life.
Ask your physiotherapist if they can help; we can’t always fix you, but we can certainly help YOU get your life back.