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Anxiety and Anxiety Attacks

Anxiety disorders are the most common of emotional disorders, annually affecting more than 20 million Americans. Anxiety which interferes with normal activities like going outside or interacting with other people. Anxiety attacks are the most extreme example of an anxiety reaction. Anxiety disorders fill people’s lives with overwhelming anxiety and fear. When anxiety reaches a…

Insomnia and unani treatment

Insomnia is a symptom, not a stand-alone diagnosis or a disease. By definition, insomnia is “difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep, or both” and it may be due to inadequate quality or quantity of sleep. Insomnia is not defined by a specific number of hours of sleep that one gets, since individuals vary widely in their…

How To Treat Fingernail Fungus Infection

The nails have functions that are important to the body despite its size. It is composed of keratin. The nails provide clues to the health of an individual. It can indicate an immune system problem or even internal organs therefore it can be an immediate source of initial diagnosis to further medical tests. Although the…

What is a Midfoot Sprain

What is a Midfoot Sprain?  A midfoot sprain is an injury to the ligaments of the central region of the foot, known as the midfoot. It is a common injury that occurs during athletics, in particular those sports where there is cutting and twisting that can lead to this injury. It can cause an athlete…

Top 10 Women's Health Issues

Before starting my article I will like to say a few words about health. “Every human being is the author of his own health or disease.” “He, who has health, has hope. And he, who has hope, has everything.” “It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.” Article Summary…

A Brief Explanation About Duodenal Ulcers

A person gets a duodenal ulcer when the the duodenum in the stomach is affected by the H. pylori bacteria. One of the ways to get treatment is by taking a course approximately 1-2 months in duration that provides you with certain medications or other methods to lower the production of acid in your stomach.…

Could Your Candida Be Celiac Disease?

Everyone has candida. It’s a bacteria that lives naturally in all human bodies, mostly in the small intestine and the mucous membranes. It doesn’t do anything harmful, and our bodies don’t notice it. When it is allowed to flourish, though, it becomes problematic. The condition of system-wide candida symptoms is called candida dysbiosis. The symptoms…

Nasal Polyps

Doctors do not know with absolute certainty what causes nasal polyps to form, but most tend to agree that chronic inflammation in the nasal cavity is what spurs these growths to form resulting in sinus passage blocking and infections. There is also some evidence that intolerance to aspirin increases the chances of developing them and…

Surgical treatment of uterine fibroids

Mainly used in surgical treatment of large uterine fibroids, the symptoms can cause significant secondary anemia, with poor results after conservative treatment. First, myomectomy (treatment of uterine fibroids) 1. Abdominal myomectomy for 40 years of age, unmarried or fertility, although no growth requirements, but do not want a hysterectomy were asked to retain the uterus.…

Cysts – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

A cyst is a closed sac having a distinct membrane and division on the nearby tissue. They may contain air, fluids, or semi-solid material. A collection of pus is called an abscess, not a cyst. Once formed, the cyst could go away by itself or will have to be removed using surgery. Symptoms of Cysts…

Thrush And Breastfeeding: How To Cure Breastfeeding Thrush

Thrush and breastfeeding: all too often the two go hand in hand for breastfeeding moms and their babies. With the rampant use of antibiotics during child labor (for Strep B bacteria and C-sections) more breastfeeding moms and babies are dealing with thrush than ever before. If you are breastfeeding and suspect you and/or your baby…

Hepatitis- Symptoms of Disease

Hepatitis is the Latin word for liver inflammation. It is characterised by the destruction of a number of liver cells and the presence of inflammatory cells in the liver tissue. Hepatitis can be caused by diseases that primarily attack the liver cells. It can also arise as a result of a disease such as mononucleosis.…