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I am 26 yr old, whenever I walk or run fast my heart beat becomes faster, sometimes when breathing some sound creates. It is vary difficult to take breath. What I do?
What can I do for control hair fall. I have tried so many shampoo and oil product for control hair loss but still I can't come through this prob please suggest some good and easy affordable price.
I am losing my hair and I used the all type of shampoo but no results. So you can advise any medicines n all?
My wife is pregnant of 2 nd month and suffering with fever and headache which treatment I gave her? Also say me medication is possible in pregnancy.
I am a male 22 years old. And at this age i have hair fall problem, so what I can do to control hair loss problem. So give me a natural solution for controlling hair fall problem.
I am suffering from chronic skin allergy past 8 years. Feeling itching and red bump on my skin. Frustrated what I do.
I am 27 years old I am suffering with heavy hair fall. What must I do to get my hair stop and back? Please help me.
Hello doctor I have problem of night sleep, I can not sleep night what is reason is it nidranash what is the reason behind this please tell me solution.
I am losing hair quickly and have tried all shampoos but no effect yet. I am not sure what else can I do. Can you please help me with this?
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A balanced diet containing required amount of carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals and required fats can help your body keep diseases at bay. Here are the major findings -
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- Renal Disease: A renal failure diet controls the amount of protein and phosphorus in your diet. You may also have to limit calcium, sodium, and potassium. A renal failure diet can help decrease the amount of waste made by your body, which can help your kidneys work better. It may also help to delay total renal failure. Your diet may change over time as your health condition changes.
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However, this is just a basic concept of nutrition in aforementioned diseases. It is always recommended to consult an expert nutritionist or dietician to know the right diet for your disease. It will be according to your health, height, weight and the severity of the disease. Every individual's nutrition requirement is different. The nutritionist will recommend a diet plan that will help you maintain the level of severity of the disease you are suffering from. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.