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Hi I am a diabetic what should I avoid to eat so that my sugar level may not increase. What precautions should I follow.
I have burning and little pain in upper belly. It increasing day by day. What is the possible reason for that? anything serious?
Hello, I am susanta. I am having pain on right side if my lower rib from several days. I have done xray and blood tests but those r normal. But when I tapped my right side m feeling pain. Is this any serious condition.
I am very depressed that my boyfriend is making distance with me, he says I hurt him I tried not to every time , he didn't call me since a Month , whenever I tried to talk to him on text he gets angry n fights , he is not sharing his problem s how can I make him talk again , kindly give some suggestions.
I am nandan kumar bag and I have a knee injury when I visit doctor, he said you got hamstring problem after 1 year I have the same problem but couldn't get the solution.
I am 20 year old girl and my front teeth are white but the rest specially starting from my canines are yellow. Because of this I can't laugh confidently as people can recognize those yellows. Please suggest me simple tips for getting back my perfect smile.
This is not a physical medical problem. I wanted to speak to a doctor about my social anxiety, and what I can do do gain control over this. Since I was a small child I have been very shy. Now that I am an adult I am less shy, but still have problems speaking to others. Not just strangers. I also have a problem speaking with my own family. People that I do not feel 100% comfortable around. I enjoy being around large groups of people, but I have a problem speaking to them. It seems like when I speak I am spending more time on my facial expressions, or what I said the last time I spoke, or how the person I am speaking to thinks of me, or what I will say the next time I say something to this person. By thinking about everything other than what I'm actually saying I tend to say words incorrectly. I'll have to repeat the word to correct it. Then, I'll be so humiliated that I just said a word incorrectly and how embarrassed that I am that I continue to say the wrong words or continue to say the words improperly. I also find it very difficult to look folks in the eyes for too long. Especially during silent moments. I am a very affectionate person, and I find that I need to be loved on physically and told that I am loved, but I find it difficult to get too close to people I'm not very comfortable with. I also find it difficult to keep friendships. It's not because my friends don't want to be my friends anymore. It's because when I feel like I'm getting to close to a friend, or that I'm opening up too much I shy away. I won't answer the phone for that person anymore or I'll make an excuse to not meet up with them and keep our plans together. My relationships with my husband, my children and my sister and mother are all very normal relationships. I'm also very close to my father, he was my favorite parent when I was growing up and I even work with him everyday but I find that I feel very nervous around him all the time. More so because I'm afraid that he will see how awkward and strange I am. I have always seeker my father's approval all my life and being in front of him everyday while working is almost too much for me to handle. It's somewhat overwhelming. I'm constantly afraid I will mess up or do something wrong and my fear is that he will see it. I almost feel as if I love him so much and look up to him so much that I prefer to not be around him everyday due to the higher risk of letting him see how strange I am. Or maybe that he will find out that I'm not as smart as he thinks I am. I know these feelings are not normal. I can't just do something mindlessly. I'm constantly mapping out in my head my every move, but that almost always causes me to mess up what I'm doing because it's impossible to map out my every move and word but still focus on what I'm doing and saying. I wish that I could just relax. I think my fear is humiliation, or showing people that I'm not terribly smart, but part of me feels like I am very smart. What is wrong with me?
I am prescribed 20 mg of isotretinoin everyday. I am experiencing initial breakouts of acne all over. I wanted to asked that how long does this initial breakout last?
What are eating disorders? There are three well known eating disorders, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating. Anorexia comes from the greek words An & Orexia meaning without appetite. It is a disorder characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by refusing to eat. Bulimia is a disorder that is characterized by the need to expel the food you have consumed. Binge eating on the other hand is the need to consume excess food to the extent that you become obese.
Here are some Do’s and Don’ts while recovering from an eating disorder:
Realize there isn’t a quick solution to it
Recovery takes time. You cannot expect to see results the next day. Be patient and eventually you will get the results that you want.
Write in a Journal
Verbalizing your feelings can often help ease the tension you feel. When you write down what you feel it can help you come to term with the situation. Which is a step closer to recovering.
Do something helpful for someone else
When you do something helpful for someone else and they appretiate your work, it increases your self-esteem. This in turn increases your confidence and gives you a more positive attitude.
Don’t ignore the problem
Pretending like there is nothing wrong doesn’t help you. Acknowledge the problem and take the necessary steps towards recovery
Don’t avoid feelings
Don’t be afraid to talk about how you feel through your recovery. Vocalizing your feelings can help you and those around you realize how your recovery is going.
Stay away from situations and food items which are triggers. This will reduce the stress or tension you might be feeling because of them.