Magnesium Deficiency Signs And Symptoms

Magnesium, a very important and valuable mineral, is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body. It is of great value to good health, being an important part for chemical reactions in the body. An enzyme system usually has three parts: a protein molecule, a smaller organic compound, often a vitamin such as Vitamin B6,…

Depression: A Curable Hazard

It is very necessary to catch this disease at primary level to avoid serious damages. Initially patients do not accept the fact that they need psychological treatment, which proves very harmful to them. The symptoms of depression are also different in each case, so, analysis of the illness is difficult. Severity level of depression can…

How To Stop Phobias

There are so many phobias from A-Z which can be so controlling. Phobias can really make our lives hell. It’s just not enough that you have to feel intense fear, over time you start worrying about having a phobic attack. To make matters worse, you might start even worrying about being embarrassed by others noticing you…

Insomnia and Poor Quality Sleep: Causes and Treatments

Insomnia is irregular wakefulness, inability to sleep or poor quality sleep. This problem might cause during daytime, like lack of energy, tiredness, irritability and difficulty concentrating. Some level of this problem is experienced by everyone. It is as simple as not able to fall asleep, as changes made in sleeping patterns or excitement of next…

The Dreaded Ingrown Toe Nail – How Does It Happen?

Toenails are generally pretty innocuous. They’re rarely threatening (except, of course, when toenail clippings fly across the room like tiny bits of organic shrapnel at slightly less than the speed of sound). Usually, toenails grow straight out, keeping a nice noninterference policy with the rest of the toe. There are times, however, when nails begin…

Onychomycosis – What is Onychomycosis Infection?

Onychomycosis, also known as nail fungus, is one of the more common infections. It is common enough to say that almost anybody had Onychomycosis infection before. The way we use our hands and feet and how we take care of them can mean the difference between having fungal infection or not. Onychomycosis cannot easily penetrate…

Don’t let a sprained ankle keep you out of the game

Mark J. Berkowitz, MD, an orthopedic surgeon specializing in foot and ankle conditions at Orthopedic Specialists of Seattle, presents a 4-part discussion on ankle sprains to help keep you and your ankles in top condition. Part I will provide an introduction to ankle sprains and describe the initial treatment for this injury. Part II will…

Bruise Information and Treatment

Bruise also known contusion or a ecchymosis. Bruise are frequently caused by falls, damage of sports and car accidents. There are three forms of bruise include subcutaneous, intramuscular and periosteal. The contusions can last of the days in the months, with bone bruise of the most serious and painful being. Sometimes bruise can be serious,…

Signs and Symptoms of Peptic Ulcer

Nowadays, peptic ulcer affects more than 10% of the Americans. It is mostly caused by a bacterium (H. Pylori) and by inadequate use of medication. Peptic ulcer causes an injury upon the stomach or duodenum lining, known as gastric ulcers or duodenum ulcers. Because of this erosion, abdominal pain and burning might occur during the…

What Is Chronic Fatigue?

Do you experience symptoms of fatigue, mood changes, weight gain, depression, headaches, insomnia and bloating? Are you struggling to lose weight? These symptoms can all be caused by hormones. Chronic fatigue can be a sign of adrenal exhaustion or adrenal fatigue. Chronic Fatigue and Adrenal Exhaustion Adrenal exhaustion is brought about by chronic stress which…

New Health Care Trends Involve Environmental Endocrinology for Women in Menopause

Today’s fervor for environmental preservation has also hit the medical industry as researchers, scientists and doctors are discovering the importance of the newest emerging field called environmental endocrinology. Doctors are now learning how environmental endocrinology, or the effect of daily stressors like light, food and crowding on multiple endocrine systems, controls the rate of aging…

Sinus Polyps Awareness: What You Should Know

Polyps can be one of the causes of sinus infection that gives pain and suffering to someone. But how did polyps become responsible for sinus infection? There is actually a type that is called sinus polyps which are tear-shaped tissue swellings or growths within the sinuses. These are thought to have occurred as a result…

Uterus Fibroid Surgery: Reliable Destination India

What are uterine fibroids? Uterine fibroids (also referred to as myoma, leiomyoma, leiomyomata, and fibromyoma) are benign (non-cancerous) tumors that grow within the muscle tissue of the uterus. Between 20-50% of women of childbearing age have uterine fibroids. While many women do not experience any problems, symptoms can be severe enough to require treatment. Fibroids…

Eye Cyst – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Eye cyst or medically termed as chalazion is a little lump on the lower or upper eyelids which is caused by the inflammation of the gland found in the lids. Consistency may be firm, soft or fluid-filled. Eye cyst is also known as  tarsal cyst, meibomian cyst and conjunctival granuloma. What are eyelid glands? The…