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Mental Illness

Mental illness is a psychological pattern that occurs in an individual and it causes distress and disability. This medical condition disturbs a person’s thinking, daily doings, feeling and ability to maintain with others. Serious mental illnesses include major depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and panic disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and borderline personality…

Migraine Syndrome

I have coined the name—migraine syndrome—to explain many different symptoms the migraine patient experiences. The name migraine syndrome puts the emphasis on migraines. The central point with treating any of the symptoms of migraine syndrome is to properly treat the migraines. These patients are very sensitive to light, sound, smell, food, and/or stress. If migraine…

Curled Toenail Can Lead To Infections

A curled toenail is not a disease itself but it can lead to infection of the toe and foot. Although a curling toenail can pierce the soft skin of the toe, it is not the same thing as an ingrown toenail. In many cases, curling toenails damage the underlying skin thus causing infection. Curled toenail…

Treatment of Middle Ear Infections – Antibiotics

Antibiotics are frequently overused for the treatment of middle ear infections (otitis media). Somewhere between 30-50% of ear infections are bacterial. They are most commonly caused by bacteria like Streptococcus pneumonia and Haemophilus influenzae. Viruses can also trigger ear infections, and in these cases antibiotics are useless. The diagnosis of otitis media, is based on ear pain associated…

Medications Known To Cause Sudden Onset Deafness In Dogs!

First and foremost, before your dog is treated for an inner ear infection, it is important to determine if it is a bacterial, yeast or fungal infection! Treating yeast and fungus infections with specific antibiotics is counter-productive. It could result in temporarily or even permanently damaging your dog’s hearing! More often than not, this deafness…

How "Mute This Ad" Can Benefit Publishers

The gaining popularity of Ad blockers has triggered a sudden alarm for publishers when they noticed that it has gained an immense acceleration in 2015 by 70% in just six years since it was launched. This has been acting as a major threat for publishers as these advertisements are the only sources of revenue for…

Reverse Your High Blood Pressure To Normal

Hey, do you know that untreated high blood pressure can damage your cerebral tissues, which can cause you convulsions, ataxia or impaired speech among other terrible diseases? High blood pressure can also rapture tiny blood vessels and cause brain haemorrhage. High blood pressure usually results from lifestyle: ingesting lots of cholesterol and carbohydrate through wrong…

How to Cure Stammering

Stammering is a big problem for a lot of people. If you have issues with stammering or stuttering, then you know exactly how it makes you feel. You don’t have any confidence when you speak. You try not to talk to new people because you are afraid that your stutter is going to become present.…

Tonsil Stones – What Are They?

While the term tonsil stones seem like something dangerous, they are actually very simply defined. In fact, a tonsil stone is as easily explained as a tooth cavity. Just like it, these stones are formed because of debris in the mouth together with bacteria, mucus, and a bevy of other things that are ever present…

How Do I Know That I Have Cataracts?

Cataracts cause the lens of the eye to become cloudy. At first they may not affect your vision at all, but as they become larger your vision will become increasingly blurred – it will be like looking through frosted glass all the time – until eventually you may lose all your functional vision in your…

Glaucoma – Ayurveda Management

What is glaucoma? It is a disease, generally associated with the pressure rise inside the eye, certain to lead to blindness if not detected in an early stage. In a normal eye the watery fluid, aqueous humor, circulates freely and excess goes out through an exit. In cases of glaucoma, the exit develops some obstruction,…