Insomnia – An Explanation of Insomnia

Insomnia is too little or poor-quality sleep caused by one or more of the following: Trouble falling asleep Waking up a lot during the night with trouble returning to sleep Waking up too early in the morning Having un-refreshing sleep (not feeling well rested), even after sleeping 7 to 8 hours at night Insomnia can…

Back Pain Versus Kidney’s Problem

The kidneys are part of the urinated and excretory system. It is the one of the most important and essential system of the organism which keep and eliminate the toxins from our body. They are positioned along right and left spine side, right under the thoracic box on the back side, namely lumbar area. The…

Bowel Obstruction Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Obstructions in the bowel are blockages in the intestine. They have been said to prevent gas, solids and fluids from going through the normal process in the digestive tract. The obstructions can be a result of different factors, including surgery issues, hernias, cancer, twisting of the intestine, or diverticulitis. There are different symptoms of this…

How To Move Through Temporary Insanity

Most people walk around thinking lots of crazy, fear-induced thoughts that they never reveal verbally to another human. What if people really knew what you were thinking? Some years ago I had a severe reaction to poison oak. I was covered from my shoulders to my ankles. I went to the doctor immediately and requested…

Leukemia – The "White Blood" Disease

Introduction Leukemia or leukaemia meaning white blood (Greek leukos, “white”; aima, “blood”) is a cancer of the blood or bone marrow and is characterized by an abnormal growth of blood cells, usually white blood cells (leukocytes)and is split into its acute and chronic forms. It can affect the digestive tract, kidneys, lungs, or other parts…

Bottle Feeding Baby – Keeping It Clean

Breastfeeding mothers can have many problems but one thing they don’t have to think about is keeping their milk clean and germ-free. Bottle feeding mothers don’t have this luxury. Cleanliness is paramount when bottle feeding your baby. If you’ve decided to bottle feed your child then you must first acquire the correct equipment. First on…

Peptic Ulcer Symptoms

Ulcers that develop in the stomach are known as gastric or peptic ulcers. These ulcers are generally quite painful, and the pain is felt immediately after eating something. It lasts for about one to one and a half hours – this is the time taken ordinarily to digest food – and then it subsides. Due…

Benefits of Eating a Low Cholesterol Diet

The liver makes most of the cholesterol in the body, but dietary cholesterol plays an important role in controlling all the cholesterol levels in the body. The levels include the total cholesterol and the good and bad cholesterol. Good cholesterol, the HDL (high-density lipoproteins), protects the heart by helping to transport excess cholesterol from the…

Hypopnea

While eupnoea is normal breathing, hypopnea is an abnormal type of breathing when the airflow is labored because of some pathology of the respiratory system. In other words it’s underbreathing. Hypopnea comes from the Greek roots hypo- (meaning low, under, beneath, down, below normal) and pnoe (meaning breathing). Among other abnormal breathing patterns are: bradypnea…

The Psychology of Creativity

On studying the creative process and the creative individual to understand creativity Creativity is the process of generating novel ideas and is the basic force for all inventions. The process of creation involves seeing new relations between concepts and things and determining unique solutions to problems. The creative process is about seeing new associations between…

Treatment for Peptic Ulcer – Helps to Improve Your Health

Diet is of utmost importance in the treatment of ulcer. The diet should be so arranged as to provide adequate nutrition to afford rest to the disturbed organs, to maintain continuous neutralization of the gastric acid, to inhibit the production of acid and to reduce mechanical and chemical irritation. Milk. cream, butter, fruits and fresh,…