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I have low fever but I feel very cold and body pain. What I do. I took medicine dolo 650, zifi 200 anti cold. But no response.
Hi doc, This has been a recent thing which has started. I had a panic attack on jan 3rd this year which lasted for few days. Finally visited doctor. First a pulmonologist. Who cleared all is good for lungs and later visited a psychologist. She said that this is a panic attack. For which she recommended pari and clonazepam I didn't use it. As I thought I might get addicted to it. I again had the same feeling day before e whole choking feeling. Head spins. Less clarity in vision. I can't feel my legs hands palm feel I will die. And this is my last moment of life sudden high bp rise. And feel terrible can't speak. I feel something weird numbness all over. Truly worst feeling I keep walking here and there. Just to avoid the situation. There is no problem in life. It's just I feel afraid. This might cause that. This might cause this. And keep thinking no rest to my head.
Hypertension, which is also known as high blood pressure is a prominent factor that is responsible for the development of many serious health issues like cardiac disorder, chronic kidney diseases, vision loss and stroke. The dominant causes of hypertension include troubled lifestyle style, genetics, environmental factors and internal imbalances. You cannot possibly control the chances of suffering from hypertension but you can always prevent and minimize the risk of the problems that are associated with hypertension.
The following are some lifestyle tips that can help you to manage and minimize the risk of developing hypertension:
Maintain a healthy body weight: weight plays a crucial role in the prevention of hypertension. People who are obese run the risk of developing hypertension. It is advisable to lose excessive body fat to maintain an ideal body weight. A well-maintained body weight minimizes the risk of hypertension.
Eat a healthy and balanced diet: unhealthy food intake is a primary factor that causes hypertension. Eating a healthy and balanced diet enables you to manage your blood pressure effectively. Incorporate plenty of fresh fruits and leafy vegetables, especially the ones rich in potassium. Limit excess intake of calories, sugar, and fat as they tend to increase the risk of hypertension.
Reduce consumption of salt: higher sodium intake increases your blood pressure level. Avoid high-sodium processed and packaged foods as they are high in sodium content. A low-sodium diet enables you to keep your blood pressure normal.
Exercise regularly: an active lifestyle is known to lower the risk of hypertension. Make sure to indulge yourself into some physical activities on a daily basis.
Limit the alcohol intake: excessive intake of alcohol can raise your blood pressure level. Limit your alcohol consumption to minimize the chances of hypertension.
Monitor your blood pressure: monitor your blood sugar level on a regular basis. Hypertension usually does not show any symptoms. If your blood pressure ranges between 120-139/80-89 millimeters of mercury it is an indication that you run a higher risk of developing hypertension. A raise in blood pressure demands moderation of lifestyle practices and controlled food intake.
Manage stress level: excessive stress and anxiety are not good for your blood pressure. Severe stress is known to shoot up your blood pressure level which leads to the development of many other health related complications including the improper functioning of crucial organs like heart and kidney.
Pneumonia is a type of lung infection that may affect one or both lungs. In this condition the air sacs, also known as alveoli, fill with pus or fluid which makes it difficult to breathe. Moreover, pneumonia is known to cause inflammation in the air sacs. This disease may range from mild to life threatening and the severity depends on cause of inflammation, the organism fostering your infection, your age and general health.
Most common symptoms associated with the condition are:
1. Chest pain
2. Difficulty in breathing
3. Shaking chills
4. Rapid heartbeat
6. Rapid breathing
7. Dry cough
11. Muscle aches
12. Bluish skin tone due to oxygen deficiency
13. Blood in sputum i.e. coughed up mucus
14. Labored breathing
16. High fever
1. Bacteria- One of the most common causes of pneumonia is the bacteria named as Streptococcus pneumoniae. This type of pneumonia may occur after you have had flu or a cold, or maybe even on its own. Moreover, it may affect only one part of the lung i.e. the lobe and is also known as lobar pneumonia.
2. Viruses- Viruses are one of the main reasons why children below 5 years of age suffer from pneumonia. Viruses that cause pneumonia may also cause cold or flu. Viral pneumonia is usually mild and may be treated at home itself. However, in some cases, it may be very severe and life-threatening.
3. Mycoplasmas- Mycoplasma is a type of bacteria that doesn't have a cell wall around the cell membrane which is why they are usually unaffected by most antibiotics which target cell wall synthesis. The symptoms of pneumonia caused by mycoplasmas are mild and the patient does not require bed rest. This type of pneumonia is known as 'Walking Pneumonia'.
4. Fungi- People with weakened immune systems or chronic health problems usually develop pneumonia due to fungi. You may also develop fungal pneumonia by inhaling large doses of it mainly found in soil or bird droppings.
Hello Doctor, I am 56 years old working woman. I am on medication for hypertension, blood sugar and migraine. Of late, my cholesterol level has increased due to which I am suffering from severe thighs and arms pain. Kindly help me in suggesting medication for the above problem to get immediate relief. Thank you.
I want to know what is the best ayurvedic treatment plan for high bp as I am not taking any med for that but sometime I got high bp 130/90 but yesterday it was 110/150. please sugest what to do as my belly fat has also occurred is that could b a reason?
- Avoid sugar in your diet: Researchers conclude that having a diet rich in sugar and fructose could be the most damaging thing you do to your brain, among other organs.
- Omega 3 fats in diet: Our body needs a balance of Omega 3, Omega 6 and Omega 9 in the body. Good intake of Omega 3 fats helps in decreasing neuro inflammation.
- Vitamin B12 and Folate levels: Asses your Vitamin B12 plus folate levels, and take good quality multivitamins to optimize blood levels of these vitamins.
- Antioxidants rich diet: Try to take vegetables 6-8 times in a day with seed and nuts every day.
- Optimize your Vitamin D levels: Researchers believe that Optimal Vitamin D levels are neuroprotective, it protects brain cells by increasing the effectiveness of glial cells in nursing damaged neurons back to health.
- Try consuming a Gluten Free, Casein Free diet to rule out non-coelaic gluten sensitivity which Is in turn related to neuropsychiatric disorders.
- Avoid or limit Cow Dairy: I recommend yogurt and ghee made using cow milk. Try camel milk or goat milk products. Always go for organic products.
- Organic Diet: Researchers conclude that pesticides and other chemicals in food leads to intestinal damage and also believe that leaky gut is related to leaky brain. Try to implement an organic diet as much as possible and stay away from pesticides, antibiotics, hormones and GMO foods.
- Increase fiber content in diet: Add Chia seeds and Flax seeds to your diet, as it feeds the healthy microbiome present in your intestine.
- Add fermented foods to your diet: I recommend everyone to read “Second Brain” to understand the relation of Gut Microbiota and neuropsychiatric disorder. Simple dietary changes such as consuming fermented foods and probiotics, which help you to modulate your gut microbiome.
Psychiatric disorders like bipolar disorder or schizophrenia do not appear all of a sudden. There are small changes that happen to an individual over a long period of time until the disease fully develops. These signs and symptoms might be too subtle in the early stage for other people to notice until they become obvious. But an early detection of any irregularity proves to be more beneficial for the patient in the long run.
Everyone needs some quiet time to cool off and relax but if a person continuously withdraws him/herself from social occasions and avoids meeting or speaking to friends, it could be a sign that something is wrong. Losing interest in life, work and people are symptoms of depression and psychotic disorder.
Having trouble concentrating, remembering, understanding and explaining oneself in a coherent manner are some common signs of mental disorder.
Excessive stress and anxious behavior for a prolonged period are not normal. Frequent heart palpitations, headache, shortness of breath, racing mind and restlessness are cries of help that need to be heard.
Sudden dramatic outbursts for no apparent reason, frequent mood swings and feeling distressed are potent signs of mental illnesses. These kinds of behavior are seen as part of a person's nature and so they are often unnoticed.
-Changes in appetite and sleeping patterns
Oversleeping may be a sign of depression and insomnia could be a sign of anxiety. Changes in appetite and not caring about oneself or the world are indicators of a mental problem.