Liver Cirrhosis Diet

The liver is the second largest organ in the body. It is in the upper part of the abdominal cavity and on the right beneath the diaphragm so it is protected by the ribs. It weighs about 3 pounds and it is divided into main lobes, the right and left. The lobes contain liver cells…

Passing Kidney Stones Naturally And Painlessly

The common first symptom of a kidney stone is extreme pain which begins suddenly when a stone moves in the urinary tract and blocks the flow of urine. Passing Kidney Stones Naturally the painless and peaceful way. Also called renal calculi in medical terminology which has the Latin origin ren or renes meaning “kidney” and…

Emetophobia: How to Overcome Emetophobia with Self Hypnosis

You can find help for this condition within your own mind. An emetophobe is anoverwhelming fear of vomiting, making daily activities very difficult. If you are constantly worried about becoming sick, you can find the support in hypnosis to guide you relieving your fears and anxieties once and for all. Understanding Emetophobia This condition is rooted in fear and …

Protect yourself From Food-borne Illness

I COULDN’T even leave the bathroom for 12 hours, says Becky. The cramps were incredible. And I became so dehydrated, I had to get IV fluids in the emergency room. It was two or three weeks before I felt normal again. Becky was afflicted with food poisoning, a food-borne illness. Like most victims, she survived.…

Hypotonia – Symptoms and Causes of Hypotonia

Hypotonia is a condition of abnormally low muscle tone (the amount of tension or resistance to movement in a muscle), often involving reduced muscle strength. Hypotonia is not a specific medical disorder, but a potential manifestation of many different diseases and disorders that affect motor nerve control by the brain or muscle strength. Recognizing hypotonia,…

Is Honey a Cure for Acid Reflux?

Acid reflux is a very serious condition, one that is typically more dangerous than even the patient understands. Most who have this condition know that it’s painful and can interfere with eating and digesting, but few realize how it can lead to ulcers and abrasions in the esophagus; these can cause internal bleeding, difficulty in…

Top Tips to Treat Chest Pain

Chest pain is a serious symptom meaning “heart attack” to most people. Serious chest discomfort should usually be evaluated by a physician right now. On the way to the emergency room or while waiting for the ambulance, take two aspirin tablets. While pain from the heart may sometimes be mild, it is usually intense. Sometimes…

What Is Edema And How Can It Affect Me?

People from all walks of life, whether healthy or unhealthy, need to be informed regarding what is edema, what its effects can be on the body, how to stave it off – and what to do if someone has this condition. This is because, as will be discussed, anyone can get it, even someone who…

Scalp Laxity Paradox – Scar Size After Hair Transplants

It is surprising to find that, after a hair transplant, patients with tight scalps and snug donor closures often heal with fine scars, whereas patients with loose scalps and easy to approximate wound edges occasionally heal with unacceptably wide scars. This seems contrary to the basic surgical dictum that non-tension closures heal better than those…

The Availability of Nuvaring Information on Stroke

Lawsuits versus the entire Oganon entities, makers of Nuva Ring, maintain that the company withheld information regarding its potential side effects like Nuva ring stroke. Injuries that involve blood clot leading to strokes are the cudgels that class suits pound against Nuva Ring. Since readers particularly the users of Nuva Ring have a vague idea…

Dealing With a Heart Attack

Copyright (c) 2008 Kevin Reilly For anyone who has suffered a heart attack, you’ll know how difficult it can be to get back on your feet. Not only do you have to make lifestyle changes to prevent the risk of another heart attack, there are emotional as well as physical demands on your body. It’s…