Category: Disorder & Deficiency

  • Numbness in Legs and Feet: Overview, Cause and Treatment

    What happens during numb feelings? A tingling sensation usually accompanies numbness. Unlike temporary numbness, numbness that lasts for a prolonged duration indicates serious health problems. This symptom may be temporary due to sitting on legs or staying in the same position for a long time. Diseases such as Diabetes, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, and peripheral artery…

  • What are the Causes of Dry Eyes and 10 Ways to Treat Them

    This article will highlight the causes of dry eyes and ways to overcome the problem through self-care and visiting an eye specialist/ophthalmologist.  About Dry Eyes The strained, slight itch, strain, and mild pain accompanied by dull and red eyes are a few things to describe dry eye condition; one can feel all these signs when…

  • Prolapsed Uterus: Overview, Causes, Symptoms, and Stages

    What is Uterine Prolapse?  Uterine prolapse is the condition when the uterus falls toward or into the vaginal canal. It occurs when the pelvic floor muscles and ligaments weaken and can’t support the uterus anymore. The uterus is a pear-shaped organ in the pelvic region, also called the womb. It is the primary portion of…

  • Endometriosis Stages and What These Means

    Endometriosis Stages Endometriosis is a condition where endometrium-like tissue is present outside the urethra, which induces a chronic inflammatory reaction, scar tissue, and adhesions, bringing significant changes in the pelvis. The American society of reproductive medicine(ASRM) classified the four stages based on the presence of lesions, the number of endometrial implants and their depth. There…

  • Common Symptoms and Treatment of Hypocalcemia

    What is Hypocalcemia? Hypocalcemia is a common abnormality marked by low calcium levels in the blood. Calcium is an essential mineral our body requires, especially during the growing years. It is responsible for strengthening bones, nerve and muscle coordination, helps blood clotting, strengthens the immune system, and regulates the normal functioning of hormones and enzymes…

  • Quick Tips for Acne Treatment

    The ease of treatment and the fact that it is usually less expensive are a few reasons why acne-ridden individuals look for quick and fast-acting treatment. Handy tips for acne treatment 1. Ice  Ice cubes have effective anti-inflammatory properties. The acne lesions are typically red, painful, and accompanied by enlarged structures. When applied to acne,…

  • Different Types of Fungal Infection (Mycosis)

    What are fungi? Fungi are microorganisms that are classified distinctly from plants or animals. Growth is their mode of mobility. Another medium of spreading is through air and water in the form of spores. Some fungal species coexist naturally in our body (mouth, GI tract, skin), but they have the potential to overgrow under certain…

  • Hyperemesis Gravidarum- Severe Vomiting During Pregnancy

    Are you pregnant, and have you felt nauseous early in the morning? Probably you are having morning sickness. It’s common to experience morning sickness (nausea) during pregnancy. Morning sickness subsides within a few days. Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy are harmless but can cause a little discomfort. But it disappears in a few weeks.  However,…

  • Infected Wound Symptoms and Treatment

    Infected wounds are injuries to the skin and underlying tissues that have become contaminated with harmful microorganisms, like bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. These microorganisms can cause the wound to become red, swollen, warm to the touch, and painful and may produce discharge or pus. Infected wounds can worsen and lead to serious health problems,…

  • Understanding What Causes Diarrhoea and its Treatment

    What is Diarrhoea? Diarrhoea is a widespread ailment, varying in severity from a fleeting, mild experience to a persistent, long-term issue. It’s familiar and usually not severe. When you have diarrhoea, your poop will be soft and runny. It’s standard for people to experience diarrhoea a few times a year, usually lasting a few days.…