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Hi Sir, Mujhe ghabrahat hone lagti hai lgta hai heart pe kuch ho jayega. Test maine karvaye hai thik hai. Ecg bhi krvayi hai. Ab mein medicine le raha hu fluvoxamine or vinpocetine. Please btaye yeh medicine thik hai. Gas bahut banti hai. Aur mujhe lgta hai nervous system weak hai.
My age is 25 I had an addiction to smoking since last 10 years now I have suddenly stopped smoking and I have decided to quit smoking I want to know if there is any medicines or way that I clean my lungs and purify it is there any chances?
Hello Doctor it's a echogenic calculus measuring 3.5 mm.upper pole of right kidney. How to remove Completely this stone? What is its mean? What is diet list to prevent from this?
• Don’t skip meals
Balanced, regularly scheduled meals promote regular bowel function.
• Eat high-fiber foods
Eat fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains at every meal.
• Drink plenty of fluids
Drink at least eight glasses of liquid daily in the form of water, juice, milk, tea or soup.
• Increase your physical activity
Try to get 30 minutes or more of exercise, such as walking, biking or swimming, on most days of the week.
• Answer the urge
When you feel the urge to go, don’t delay. Holding a bowel movement can foster constipation.
• Be flexible about ‘normal regularity’
Don’t worry if you’re not a once-a-day person. Some people have bowel movements several times daily, while others might have them only three times a week.
• Don’t rely on stimulant laxatives
Products such as Dulcolax and senna (sonamukhi), which work by irritating the walls of your intestines. Habitual use can make constipation worse. Don’t use laxatives regularly without consulting your doctor.
Too much gas typically is caused by the incompletely digested foods fermenting in the intestine. To prevent excess gas:
• Limit gassy foods
The worst food items are beans and other legumes, wheat and wheat bran, cabbage, onions, Brussels sprouts, apricots, bananas, and prunes. Milk and other dairy products also can cause gas if you have reduced amounts of lactase, the enzyme needed to digest lactose, the main sugar in milk.
• Eat fewer fatty foods
Fatty meats, fried foods, cream sauces and gravies tend to increase gas and bloating. They also can contribute to unwanted weight gain.
• Limit sugar substitutes
Many healthy people don’t easily absorb sorbitol and mannitol contained in some sugar-free foods, candies and gums. The amount of sorbitol contained in five sticks of sugar-free gum can cause gas and diarrhoea in some people.
• Consider products for lactose intolerance, if required
If you have trouble digesting milk sugar i.e. lactose, consider buying lactose-reduced or lactose-free products. Or choose products with the lactase enzyme, which can help you digest lactose.
Heartburn results from a backup of acid-containing stomach contents into your food-pipe.
Here are tips for prevention:
• Eat smaller meals
Too much food at one time expands your stomach and puts pressure on a band of muscle that helps keep food and acid from backing up into your food pipe (oesophagus).
• Avoid alcohol, fatty foods, chocolate, spearmint and peppermint
These foods can relax your lower oesophageal sphincter and promote upward flow of stomach contents.
• Don’t eat before sleeping
Wait two to three hours after eating before lying down. This allows enough time for the stomach to empty and increased stomach acid to taper off.
• Stop smoking
The nicotine from cigarettes can relax your lower oesophageal sphincter, allowing acid to flow back into your oesophagus.
• Lose excess weight
Lose excess weight if you’re overweight. This will help reduce the pressure your abdomen puts on your stomach when you’re lying down.
• Wear loose clothes
A tight belt or waistband can put pressure on your stomach and push acid into your oesophagus, causing discomfort.
• Elevate the head of your bed
Raise the head of your bed four to six inches. This helps keep stomach acid in your stomach, where it belongs.
Protect your heart and brain with these steps:
• Don’t smoke
• Maintain a healthy weight
• Limit fats and cholesterol
Choose fat-free or low-fat dairy products. Limit saturated fats and avoid trans fats. Instead of butter, margarine and shortening, use monounsaturated oils (olive and peanut) and polyunsaturated oils (corn, safflower, sesame, sunflower and soy).
• Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables
Fruits & Vegetables contain plenty of nutrients. Eat at least three servings of fruits and at least four servings of vegetables daily.
• Limit alcohol use
Small amounts of alcohol may have cardiovascular benefits, but too much alcohol can raise blood pressure. Moderate drinking means no more than one drink a day for women and anyone 65 or older and no more than two drinks a day for men younger than 65.
• Reduce salt intake
Limiting salt in your diet and making other lifestyle changes can help prevent high blood pressure. If you already have high blood pressure, reducing salt intake further may help lower it.