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My mother is having severe knee pain. She is not able to stand, sit, walk properly. She often says that the knees get stiff at the same position at which she is.
Sir I Was using skintight cream from 1.year.then my face becoming Red .black spots and acne. This time m using elovera cream on 10. Days Tell me sir is elovera cream is good for my Red and acneful skin? Please tell me.
Hello. I am Rajat. I am 19 years old. My height is 5" 1' I want to be a Mixed Martial Fighter and I train really hard for that. I want to ask 2 things. Firstly, is it safe to train like a beast. I workout like a beast. I mostly do calisthenics like push-ups, pull-ups, squads, etc. On extreme level. Will it do some damage to my body, especially in long term? I do it in very high intensity but with proper technique. Second, I want to increase my height. Will such workout affect my height negatively? Will this reduce my scope of increasing height? Please suggest me something. I am really very serious about it. Any help will be highly appreciated. Thanks.
Hi I am 48 years old alcoholic I am hypertensive and overweight I also have gout I took talliton, antacan,terazosin for the pressure and allopurinol for the gout I bleed from my mouth on my pillow at night please help me.
Hello doctor my stomach is very sensitive. Sometime I really get terrible infection. I can't eat whatever I want. I regular consultant to dietician also. please help me how to get rid of sensitive stomach.
I am fazalkhaliq and I am male about 22 years old. I want to remove unwanted hair on my face. What I do with this? I am very upset about my hair on face. Tell me the right way to follow and the hair removed forever and ever.
I had sprain in my leg as my ankle was twisted, I visited a Dr. after 1 month till then I just use to apply ointment. Dr. suggested some medicine after which the pain reduced but still now after 4 months I still can not walk properly and I can not run.
My wife is suffering from acute cerival lymphadenitis with tuberculosis from last one and half month. She is taking Akurit 4 thrice BBF, Pan 40 once BBF and Benadon 1 after lunch. The swelling has reduced by almost 10% after taking one month medicine. Recently the pain has increased and fever is coming during night. The area became red also with itching and pain. She is feeling hungry most of the time and has also breathing problem. Her weight increased by 1 kg. My question is is she recovering?Please tell.
I have pain in my back. I have consulted Many doctor's but no gain so give advice me how can I get rid of this pain.
Hello, I am 24 years old, my weight is 68 kgs and height is 5'2 I am suffering from pcod because of which I have not received my periods from 6 months. Please help me with this.
Diabetes is a silent attacker. So, you may continue to be unaware of the disease for a very long time, before you suddenly realize that something is wrong with your body one day. And then tests reveal that you are afflicted with diabetes.
There are some signs that can point to diabetes. Watching out for these can help figure out the problem:
- You might lose weight, and it may really seem like a great thing in the beginning but it is not. When a person has diabetes, he is likely to lose his weight because of the decreasing water level in his body as well as the inability of the body to break down food into more suitable forms.
- If you are taking more bathroom breaks than usual, and if the rate of going to the loo is increasing gradually with time, it can well be a sign of diabetes. When you are suffering from diabetes, your body becomes less efficient in breaking down the consumed food into sugars and utilising it. Therefore, a lot of sugar gets saturated in your bloodstream and your body gets rid of it by flushing it out through urination.
- If you are tired all the time, and by all the time we mean even after getting up from a long and good night's sleep, you may have diabetes. The reason for this is that fatigue comes to you when your body cannot produce enough energy from the food you consume, and this happens only when you have diabetes.
Complications that happen due to diabetes:
- Cardiovascular diseases: This means that if you are having excessive diabetes, then you are at a risk of having a major heart attack or a heart stroke. Additionally, increased blood sugar levels also lead to other heart-related diseases like chest pain, narrowing of arteries etc.
- Retinopathy: In simple words, diabetes leads to eye damage by making the eye exposed and prone to severe eye disorders like cataracts and glaucoma. If you have retinopathy, then you may also have face the consequence loss of vision or permanent blindness.
- Kidney problems: Diabetes causes damage to the blood vessels of the kidneys which may further result in serious kidney disorders and may increase the risks of a sudden kidney failure.
Hi i Am 18 years old male, ectomerph, my father is also as ectomerph in kid stage. Used many supplements why am not tall and bulky as my brother.
I took ipill on 26th may. And at the same day after one hour I got my periods. But it stopped the next day. Is this the side effect of ipill? And after 5 or 6 days I started bleeding. It lasted for 3 days. Is this menstrual bleeding or withdrawal bleeding? And then I took another ipill on 10 th june. On 16 th june I started bleeding. This time it is heavier and I had cramps and abdominal pain. I can not understand whether it is my regular period or withdrawal symptom. Please help me sir.
The following changes to your lifestyle and environment can also help you combat sleep problems:
Turn off the tv. In some people, nighttime light can hinder melatonin and create 'social jetlag,' which mimics symptoms of having traveled several time zones. To keep your sleep surroundings as dark as possible, Ahmed recommends moving the tv out of your bedroom and using a dvr or tivo to record favorite late-night shows for later viewing.
Put other appliances to bed, too. If you want a good, restful sleep, turn your appliances away from your bed. Or better yet, turn them off altogether. If you must use bedroom electronics, choose those illuminated with red light, which is better for sleep than blue light.
Give it up. If you don't fall asleep within 30 minutes, sleep specialists recommend you get up and leave your bedroom or read. Then return to your bed to sleep when you feel tired again.
Exercise early. It's no secret that exercise improves sleep and overall health. But a study published in the journal sleep shows that the amount of exercise and time of day it is done makes a difference. Researchers found that women who exercised at a moderate intensity for at least 30 minutes each morning, 7 days a week, had less trouble sleeping than women who exercised less or later in the day. Morning exercise seems to affect body rhythms that affect sleep quality.
One of the reasons for this interplay between exercise and sleep may be body temperature. Your body temp rises during exercise and takes up to 6 hours to drop back down to normal. Because cooler body temperatures are linked to better sleep, it's important to give your body time to cool off before bed.
Keep your slumber surroundings tranquil. Your bedroom should feel like a sanctuary. Piles of clothes were thrown on your bed, stacks of bills staring at you, or other random clutter will hamper you emotionally and may lead to sleep problems. A tranquil and organized space will help you feel more relaxed. To create the perfect sleep environment, try the following:
- Wear pajamas to bed. This can be your birthday suit, but it signals your mind that it's bedtime.
- Don't let your bedroom get too hot or too cold. Sleep can be disrupted at temperatures below 54 f or above 72 f.
- Make your room dark. Consider installing room-darkening shades. Or wear eye covers to block light from the street or led displays.
- Buy a good mattress. You spend 1/3 of your life in your bed, so it's worth the investment.
- Use a pillow that supports your head and neck. Give the pillow the bend test: if you bend it in half and it stays in position, it's too floppy.
- To filter unwanted sounds, use a white noise machine. Your brain still hears things when you sleep.
- Sleep on breathable linens. They will reduce sweat, body odor, and skin irritation, all of which can disrupt sleep.
Natural sleep remedies can do wonders for the occasional bout of poor sleep. They shouldn't be used for chronic sleep problems, though, if you have insomnia that lasts for a few weeks or more, talk to your doctor.