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I am 15 years old and having hip pain from last 20 days when I sit and then stand it disturbs me a lot and that area pains a lot. What could be the reason for this?
I am having writers cramps, whenever I write I cannot write more than two line properly and my fingers start becoming stiff and goes out of control and severe pain. So please suggest medicine for the same.
I hit my toes today and now two of my toes are both red and painful. I can keep them straight but when I curl them its very painful. Im not sure if its a hairline fracture or just a sprain. Im not sure whether to get an X-ray or not as I can just about walk on it and when I sit down its a tender dull ache.
I had typhoid, without fever and jaundice which caused pain in my left shoulder blade and shoulder. All other symptoms are ok, occasionally I get indigestion only, no heart problems, diabetes or anything else. From last 3 days I am taking medication prescribed by an orthopedic surgeon. I got really faster recovery since then. But yesterday I was engaged in sexual activity after about 9 days. I ejaculated 3 times in 4 hours. Since today morning I am again feeling dull pain in my muscles near shoulder blade, posterior deltoid and right gluten. So is it normal? I still have 2 days dose of medication.
I have problems in my left wrist, it gets swallowed and pains a lot. It remains same even after treatment. So what to do now.
Hello doc, I started running 5 km everyday for about 2 weeks, now I am having severe pain in my legs while walking few steps.
I feel sleepy in the day after doing exercise in the morning like my brain wants sleep in the afternoon. Please help.
Lack of sleep can make you feel tired, worn-out and less productive the next day. However, it might not be your fault entirely because the brain tends to become active when the body is at rest, which could be a reason why you aren’t getting enough sleep at night.
Keep your room dark: Even the faintest light from your mobile is enough to disrupt your sleep. Thus, try and switch off all your lights and gadgets before going to sleep. If doing that doesn’t help either, use an eye mask to keep the light out.
Carefully select your dinner: Don’t go to bed hungry or overstuffed because either of them might cause discomfort while sleeping and lead to a disruption in your sleep. Also, limit your alcohol consumption at night to refrain from making numerous trips to the washroom. Avoid consuming nicotine and caffeine before going to bed as they take a long time to wear off and can cause havoc in your sleep routine.
Don’t exercise before going to bed: Exercising daily is a necessity as it keeps your body healthy and in shape, but exercising right before going to bed can be disruptive as it might make you more pumped up due to the adrenaline rush. Thus, you should avoid exercising heavily right before going to bed.
Plug out all your devices: Create a technology free zone by plugging out all your devices one hour prior to your usual sleep time. The blue light radiated from your devices can trick your brain into believing that it is daylight and cause a disruption in circadian rhythm (which is an ongoing 24-hour physiological process which is regulated by external factors such as sunlight and temperature).
Consume snooze food: Certain food items can be classified as snooze foods as they ensure better sleep at night. Warm milk contains ‘tryptophan’ which is a precursor to melatonin (hormone that is responsible for the onset of sleep) and ensures better sleep or you could have a spoon of honey which releases ‘orexin’ (a chemical that affects wakefulness and appetite) that reduces alertness levels.