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Posted in Back Pain Medical

Useful Hints to Help With Lower Back Pain

Whether you sit in the wrong position for too long or you lift heavy items for your job, chances are, you have had lower back pain at some point in your life. It is a universal experience and a common cause for visits to the doctor. If you frequently experience lower back pain or you had it once and don’t want it to happen again, you probably have a lot of questions. So, how can you relieve or prevent lower back pain?

Lower back pain is rarely serious. You can take simple measures to prevent or relieve them. The most important way to prevent lower back pain is to eat healthfully, get regular exercise, maintain good posture, and avoid prolonged sitting. If prevention fails, you can always use simple home treatment and proper body mechanics. In most cases, lower back pain is not caused by anything serious and will get

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Posted in IBD Medical

The Different Types of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) are?

Inflammatory bowel disease, also called IBD, represents a group of intestinal disorders causing prolonged inflammation of the digestive tract. Our digestive tract comprises the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intestine. Its job is to break down food, extract the nutrients, and remove any unusable material. Inflammation that happens along the digestive tract disrupts this process, causing pain, and in some cases, may even be life-threatening.

IBD is actually an umbrella term that is used to describe a disease involving chronic inflammation of the digestive tract. So, what are the different types of inflammatory bowel disease? 

Two major types of inflammatory bowel disease are Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Crohn’s disease involves any part of the gastrointestinal tract from the mouth to the anus. It is characterized by inflammation of the lining of your digestive tract which usually spreads deep into the affected tissues. Ulcerative colitis, on the other

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Posted in Gastric Sleeve Medical

The Benefits of a Gastric Sleeve Procedure

Are you considering undergoing a gastric sleeve surgery because you have tried exercise and diets for a long time, but still have a lot of excess weight to lose? Still not sure what the benefits of a gastric sleeve surgery and how it can help you?

The main benefit of gastric sleeve surgery is to help people who are obese to lose their excess weight. On average, the procedure help patient to lose about 60% to 70% of their extra weight. Numerous studies have also suggested that the procedure is very effective at treating diabetes, high blood pressure (hypertension), and other medical conditions linked with morbid obesity. The procedure can also boost patients’ confidence and vitality, especially since they can engage in more activities. 

Before we discuss the benefits of gastric sleeve surgery, let’s take a look at the basics of the procedure.

Understanding gastric sleeve surgery

Gastric sleeve is

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Posted in Coronary Artery Disease Medical

How Do You Prevent Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is one of the most common types as well as one of the main causes of death in the world. The condition happens when plaque blocks the coronary arteries, the blood vessels that carry blood to your heart. As a result, the blood flow through your coronary arteries is reduced and the flow of nutrients to the heart is disrupted, leading to serious medical problems. Plaque is a buildup of a combination of sticky cholesterol, fat, and other substances. This buildup happens over time, even starting as early as childhood and makes the walls inside your arteries become narrower and harder. The process in which the plaque collects inside your arteries is known as atherosclerosis. The following is some of the risk factors of coronary artery disease:

  • You smoke tobacco.
  • You have an inactive or sedentary lifestyle, meaning you don’t exercise regularly.
  • You have a poor
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Posted in Medical Stroke

When does a Stroke Occur?

A stroke is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the blood vessel that carries nutrients and oxygen to the brain is blocked by a clot or ruptures. The blockage prevents that part of the brain from getting the oxygen and nutrients it needs, causing brain cells to become damaged and die within minutes. It is one of the leading causes of death as well as one of the main causes of disability in many countries around the world. A Stroke falls into three main types, depending on what caused it:

  • Ischemic stroke is the most common type of stroke, which happens when the arteries to your brain are narrowed or blocked. The blockage reduces the blood flow to your brain. This type of stroke is further broken down into two categories: thrombotic stroke and embolic stroke. A thrombotic stroke happens when a blood clot (thrombus), or build-ups of plaque, forms
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Posted in Blogging

5 Things You Never Knew About Gastric Band Surgery

Obesity is a severe condition, which can adversely affect the physical, mental and social well-being. Unregulated blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases, depression, and diabetes are the potential health hazards associated with excess weight, and it remains as an obstacle in your way of happiness. Bidding adieu to junk food, the right amount of calories, active lifestyle and high-intensity exercises can melt off some stubborn fat and support initial weight loss, still, at times surgery becomes an ideal way to attain your healthy weight so that you can live in peace. Gastric band surgery has proven benefits and perks over their counterparts. Here are five things you probably don’t know about the gastric band surgery.

  1.   The procedure is entirely safe and never life-threatening.

Bariatric surgery procedures like gastric band surgery often confine the quantity of food your stomach can accommodate, thereby restricting the absorption limit, which gradually takes you forward in your

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Posted in Diabetes

Enter Multiple Symptoms-Diabetes

Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas, this hormone helps transform glucose from the food you consume into energy. Diabetes occurs when the body produces little to no insulin or it becomes resistant to the insulin, which results in the glucose not reaching your cells to be used for energy. 

Types of Diabetes

Diabetes has two main types, including type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. 

  • Type 1 diabetes, formerly called insulin-dependent diabetes or juvenile diabetes, is a condition where the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or does not produce any insulin at all. This type of diabetes usually develops during childhood or adolescence, but in some cases, it can also develop in adults. 
  • Type 2 diabetes is the most common type of diabetes that occurs when your body becomes resistant to insulin or when your body only produces a small amount of insulin that is not enough
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Posted in Beauty Life

Why My Wife Looks Better Than Me?

Apart from the general belief that women are beautiful people, most women worry about their appearance and want to look as glamorous as they can be. From hairstyles to the condition of their skin and food diet are areas that women concentrate on to ensure they look beautiful. Some of the tips are mentioned below.

 

 

Exposure to sun, pollution, dust, dirt, chemical products does more harm to the skin and hair than good. Eating the right foods play a big role in the human body system as it makes both the skin and the hair look good. 

For instance, fish, chicken, and sprouts are good for the body and for people who have normal hair. Fresh vegetables, bananas, nuts, and Vitamin E are great for the skin and those with dry hair while fresh fruits and yogurt are said to be good nutrients for people with oily

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Posted in Blogging

Big Bad Cancer and Chemotherapy

The medical field has taken giant leaps into the treatment of several seemingly incurable diseases and yet one monster refuses to go away – cancer. It is the second leading cause of death in the world today.

What is Cancer?

People often assume that cancer is a single disease when in reality is a group of diseases. But what is common in all these diseases is that some cells in the body continue to keep dividing without restraint resulting in the growth of abnormal tumors.  These tumors can appear anywhere in the body. Sometimes these rapidly dividing cells break off from their original site and travel elsewhere in the body and that is how cancer spreads. Early detection increases the chances of a cure but sometimes cancer can be a silent killer and the disease is too advanced and it is too late to save a loved one.

How

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Posted in Blogging

Encouraging Advice for the Cancer Journey

It all starts with a slight cough. You never know when chain smoking can lead to various health issues. So many people have tried to quit smoking unsuccessfully.  Many ignore the advice from loved ones. It is not too late if you can follow simple health tips and stay in control:

  1. De-addiction:  Stopping smoking and alcohol immediately is essential.  Seek counseling and support for de-addiction. There are so many effective de-addiction therapies.  Using alternatives like vapes can be less hazardous. But even that should be avoided for better recovery from lung cancer.  Meditation can help.  Engaging in hobbies and music can divert the mind.  If you are stressed read books or watch television. Never try smoking as a remedy.  It is not the solution.
  2. Diet:  Include more orange and red fruits and vegetables in your diet.  Having lemon is a must. Ensure that you eat warm food.
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