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15 Ways To Help Treat Multiple Sclerosis Naturally - Cure MS Naturally
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 15 Ways To Help Treat Multiple Sclerosis Naturally - Cure MS Naturally 1. Start taking vitamin D. A lack of vitamin D may be a cause of multiple sclerosis. Studies show clusters of MS sufferers in areas around the world that lack consistent amounts of sunlight. Get a vitamin D test and boost your level with a good vitamin D3 supplement that also includes vitamin K2 to ensure its efficacy. The main source of vitamin D is the sun. Twenty minutes a day in the morning sun with plenty of skin showing will help, but if you have a deficiency, reverse it as soon as possible. 2. Stop using the microwave. Irradiated food isn't healthy! 3. Eat organic foods and stay away from GMOs. GMO stands for genetically modified organism. Yep, genetically modified food sounds scary, doesn’t it? Over 50 countries worldwide can’t be wrong about banning GMO foods, although the U.S. hasn’t banned them yet. 4. Eat organic, wild sockeye salmon. Wild sockeye salmon is rich in proteins and good omega-3 fats. One serving per week goes a long way toward improving health in multiple sclerosis by providing healthy fats that decrease inflammation. 5. Get tested for food sensitivities. This is extremely important some food allergies and sensitivities are known to make MS symptoms worse because the reaction they cause creates widespread inflammation throughout your body. 6. Get a blood test to check your vitamin levels and heavy metal levels. Many MS sufferers are extremely low in several vitamins, and heavy metal toxicity can mimic many multiple sclerosis symptoms. Find out where your body stands in terms of these issues. 7. Add veggies to your diet. It’s the green stuff spinach, kale, cucumbers, broccoli and cabbage that offer MS patients a lot of phytonutrients that can benefit health. 8. Start a massage protocol. Massage will help stimulate lymphatic flow and circulation, increase joint flexibility and can even help with muscle spascity. 9. STOP, STOP, STOP drinking any type of soda. Soda wreaks havoc on your entire body, and with MS sufferers who already have a compromised immune system. The carbonation acts in the body as a waste product that must be detoxified. Give your body every opportunity to be healthy and heal by not loading it down with waste products. 10. Exercise. You can swim, walk, use an elliptical machine, ride a stationary bike, do Pilates, yoga, or practice simple stretches. Lifting weights provides the most benefits to keep your muscles and core strong enough to support you! Protect your muscles from becoming atrophied. 11. Raise your body’s pH with alkaline water. The body functions at its best in an alkaline state. Water used to be neutral, but now it’s acidic and contributes to inflammation. Alkaline water helps decrease inflammation. 12. Forget bottled water. Although it may be convenient, bottled water is usually very acidic and unhealthy. No one truly knows how long the plastic bottles have been sitting in heat and sun, and both these cause leaching of chemicals (BPA) from the plastic. BPAs are known carcinogens that may cause cancer and other autoimmune challenges. 13. Say no to aspartame and MSG. It’s so important to read labels. You may be shocked, but aspartame and MSG are popping up in all kinds of foods, including gum, breads, cereals, canned goods, convenience foods and processed foods. Aspartame wasn't made for human consumption, and toxicity from aspartame and MSG mimic many MS symptoms. 14. Go gluten free or limit gluten consumption. If you’re sensitive to gluten, it will cause widespread inflammation in the body. 15. Laugh. This is the last in a lineup of many great tips for you to start on a path of restoring your body. Although the 14 previous tips are ones I've done myself and helped contribute to my overcoming MS, laughter is honestly one of the most important things you can do. Humor and laughter strengthen your immune system, boosts your energy, and protects you from the damage of stress. It decreases stress hormone levels, decreases pain and improves your mood. Laughter is good for your soul. It’s FREE. And let’s face it, everyone’s happier when you laugh together. 15 Ways To Help Treat Multiple Sclerosis Naturally - Cure MS Naturally
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10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Lupus | Warning Signs of Lupus
 
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10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Lupus The American College of Rheumatology says that if a patient has at least 4 of these 11 signs (though not necessarily all at the same time) they can be diagnosed with lupus. 1. Fatigue About 90 percent of people with lupus experience some level of fatigue. An afternoon nap does the trick for some people, but sleeping too much during the day can lead to insomnia at night. It may be difficult, but if you can remain active and stick to a daily routine, you may be able to keep your energy levels up. 2. Unexplained fever One of the early symptoms of lupus is a low-grade fever for no apparent reason. Because it may hover somewhere between 98.5˚F (36.9˚C) and 101˚F (38.3˚C), you might not think to see a doctor. People with lupus may experience this type of fever off and on. 3. Hair loss Thinning hair is often one of the first symptoms of lupus. Hair loss is the result of inflammation of the skin and scalp. Some people with lupus lose hair by the clump. More often, hair thins out slowly. Some people also have thinning of the beard, eyebrows, eyelashes, and other body hair. Lupus can cause hair to feel brittle, break easily, and look a bit ragged, earning it the name “lupus hair.” 4. Skin rash or lesions One of the most visible symptoms of lupus is a butterfly-shaped rash that appears over the bridge of the nose and on both cheeks. About 50 percent of people with lupus have this rash. It can occur suddenly or appear after exposure to sunlight. Sometimes the rash appears just before a flare-up. Lupus can also cause non-itchy lesions in other areas of the body. Rarely, lupus can cause hives. Many people with lupus are sensitive to the sun, or even to artificial lighting. Some experience discoloration in the fingers and toes. 5. Pulmonary issues Inflammation of the pulmonary system is another possible symptom of lupus. The lungs become inflamed, and the swelling can extend to lung blood vessels. Even the diaphragm may be affected. These conditions can all lead to chest pain when you try to breathe in. This condition is often referred to as pleuritic chest pain. Over time, breathing issues from lupus can shrink lung size. Ongoing chest pain and shortness of breath characterize this condition. It’s sometimes called vanishing (or shrinking lung syndrome). The diaphragmatic muscles are so weak they appear to move up in CT scan images, according to the Lupus Foundation of America. 6. Kidney inflammation People with lupus can develop a kidney inflammation called nephritis. Inflammation makes it harder for the kidneys to filter toxins and waste from the blood. According to the Lupus Foundation of America, nephritis usually begins within five years of the start of lupus. 7. Painful, swollen joints Inflammation can cause pain, stiffness, and visible swelling in your joints, particularly in the morning. It may be mild at first and gradually become more obvious. Like other symptoms of lupus, joint problems can come and go. If over-the-counter (OTC) pain medications don’t help, see your doctor. There may be better treatment options. But your doctor must determine if your joint problems are caused by lupus or another condition, such as arthritis. 8. Gastrointestinal problems Some people with lupus experience occasional heartburn, acid reflux, or other gastrointestinal problems. Mild symptoms can be treated with OTC antacids. If you have frequent bouts of acid reflux or heartburn, try cutting down on the size of your meals, and avoid beverages containing caffeine. Also, don’t lie down right after a meal. If symptoms continue, see your doctor to rule out other conditions. 9. Thyroid problems It’s not uncommon for people with lupus to develop autoimmune thyroid disease. The thyroid helps control your body’s metabolism. A poorly functioning thyroid can affect vital organs like your brain, heart, kidneys, and liver. It can also result in weight gain or weight loss. Other symptoms include dry skin and hair, and moodiness. 10. Dry mouth, dry eyes If you have lupus, you may experience dry mouth. Your eyes may feel gritty and dry, too. That’s because some people with lupus develop Sjogren’s disease, another autoimmune disorder. Sjogren’s causes the glands responsible for tears and saliva to malfunction, and lymphocytes can accumulate in the glands. In some cases, women with lupus and Sjogren’s may also experience dryness of the vagina and skin. See Our Another Vedeos: SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS YOU ARE LACKING OF CALCIUM YOU SHOULD KNOW IT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weq0yo1EXCA SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF IRON DEFICIENCY YOU SHOULD KNOW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19J-XRmXoZE 6 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS THAT YOU HAVE AN UNDERACTIVE THYROID https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzSOSFmFJJc 10 Things Your Nails Can Reveal About Your Health https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eDzNfcDj_4 warning signs of lupus
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10 Signs of B12 Deficiency in Women
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 10 Signs of B12 Deficiency in Women The following symptoms can indicate a B12 deficiency and should be brought to your doctor’s immediate attention… 1. Dizziness Frequent bouts of dizziness or vertigo can often be a signal that your B12 stores are low. For instance, you may experience a feeling of wobbles when you get up too fast from a sitting position. Most often, people will notice the onset of dizziness suddenly when either changing positions from sitting to standing or after a right after you have experienced a significant amount of physical activity. Those low in B12 may also feel dizzy when they walk up or down stairs, which can be quite dangerous. Chronic bouts of vertigo should be brought to your doctor’s attention so they can test you for B12 deficiency. 2. Pins and Needles It’s very common to experience pins and needles if you sit cross-legged for far too long. However, pins and needles (or the feeling of numbness) throughout the body when you haven’t compressed any part of your body, can indicate a B12 issue. Numbness or the feeling of electric shock waves can be the result of nerve damage in B12 deficient patients. Nerve issues in the body can be traced back to low oxygen levels, due to poor red blood cell production, which the B12 vitamin largely affects. The uncomfortable feeling of pins and needles could also be related to a number of other potential issues including reduced blood supply or dehydration. 3. Pale Complexion Sure, the idea of vampires may seem irrational. However, the concept that vampires are pale while suffering with a craving for blood sort of makes sense. After all, creatures of the night lack the vitamin B12. Those with B12 deficiency often cast a pale complexion due to a lack of red blood cells. And those lacking in red blood cells often become ghostly in hue because the release excess bilirubin, which zaps those rosy cheeks and leaves behind a pale, yellow visage. 4. Forgetfulness Sure, we all have “brain farts,” which is what I often refer to when I frantically look for my glasses even though their perched on top of my head. Let’s face it – we have all been there! However, chronic and uncharacteristic forgetfulness may indicate a deeper medical issue, particularly if you are noticing an increased trend of forgetfulness that you are beginning to become concerned about. Many patients suffering from B12 deficiency even jump to the conclusion that they have early onset dementia or Alzheimer’s, especially if you are in your senior years. The good news here is that a simple blood test from your doctor can diagnose B12 deficiency, and a supplemental regimen can have your sharp-memory back in focus in no time! 5. Unexplained Fatigue A night of good sleep followed by a day of yawns and dragging your feet can be common for many. However, if that fatigue is felt for days—even though you regularly get a good night’s sleep—your fatigue (combined with other already mentioned symptoms) may be the result of a B12 deficiency. Researchers from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics claim that those who feel zapped of energy even though they get plenty of zzzzzzzzs may be experiencing low B12 levels. This is due to lack of red blood cell production, which is one of B12s responsibilities. Lack of red blood cells means oxygen transport to your organs is lacking, which is what can cause extreme fatigue. 6. Vision Issues No, there isn’t something in your eye causing the spotting, blurred and double vision. In fact, low B12 stores over the long term can lead to vision changes and actually damage vision. Retinal damage can result if blood vessels in the eye become blocked. As a result you may experience light sensitivity, blurred or double vision, tracers or shadows, which all result from damage to the optic nerve. Luckily, B12 supplementation can restore full vision. 7. Muscle Weakness If you go from bench pressing 100-pounds to struggling with picking up your laundry, you may be suffering a lack of B12 vitamin. B12 is relied on for oxygenation of organs… and muscles. As a result of lack of vitamin B12 and insufficient oxygenation to muscles, sluggishness and uncharacteristic muscle weakness may result. Suddenly an individual who could carry 5 bags of groceries for 4 blocks will struggle if their purse or gym bag is too heavy. If you feel the onset of sudden weakness from time to time and aren’t suffering from a flu or cold, it is probably a good idea to speak to your doctor and to ask if your B12 levels could be a potential cause. 8. A Smooth Tongue 9. Mood Changes 10. Stomach Discomfort/Infrequent Bowl Movements 10 Signs of B12 Deficiency in Women By styH
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Top 5 Signs You’re Pregnant With Twins
 
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Top 5 signs you’re pregnant with twins Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 Top 5 signs you’re pregnant with twins Am I pregnant with twins? The thought crosses the mind of almost every mum-to-be “is it twins?!” 1 out of every 65 pregnancies in the UK are twin (or more) births, so it’s definitely a fitting question to ask! There are a number of factors which can influence your chances of having twins, and you will find out for sure whether twins are on their way at your 12 week dating ultrasound scan. Before then, here are the top 5 signs you should look out for which could signal that twins are on their way. Signs can often be detected more easily by mums who have had a single pregnancy before as they are able to tell the difference between their previous pregnancies and their current one! 1. Weight gain Rapid weight gain is a common sign of a twin pregnancy and it’s completely normal for a mum-to-be pregnant with twins to put on more weight than a woman carrying a single baby; you’re creating twice the amount of babies after all! 2. Extreme tiredness While it’s normal to feel tired when you’re pregnant, women carrying twins are more likely to experience extreme tiredness or exhaustion as they adapt to being pregnant with two growing babies, and your has to body adjust to increased energy requirements. 3. Increased nausea Although not all twin pregnancies result in increased nausea and morning sickness, many mums-to-be who are expecting twins report increased and more severe nausea than they experienced during their singleton pregnancies. 4. Prominent varicose veins Carrying twins requires more blood than just a singleton, as two babies require more help and support to grow and develop healthily. As a result, more blood flows through the veins in your circulatory system, leading to increased pressure which can develop varicose veins. 5. Iron deficiency anaemia symptoms Iron deficiency anaemia, where you have fewer red blood cells than necessary, is more common during multiple pregnancies than in single pregnancies. This is because of the extra pressure put on blood supply during a twin pregnancy. Symptoms can include fatigue, shortness of breath, noticeable heartbeats, dizziness, headaches and a pale complexion, so it's important to make sure you’re including enough iron in your diet! It’s easily treated so speak to your midwife if you experience any of these symptoms. {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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Signs and Dangers of Calcium Deficiency - Calcium Deficiency Symptoms
 
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Descriptions of Signs that You May Have Calcium Deficiency: Don't forget to check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 and click the link below to subscribe to our channel and get informed when we add new content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 Calcium is one of the most important nutrients in your body. About 99 percent of the calcium is stored in your bones and teeth, while the rest is present in blood, muscles and other tissues. The body uses the mineral to carry out many important functions, including sending important messages through the nervous system. Calcium deficiency is a common health problem across the globe, especially among the elderly and postmenopausal women. It can also affect children’s healthy development. Here are some warning signs that you may have a calcium deficiency. 1, Muscle Aches and Cramps. One of the most common symptoms of calcium deficiency is muscle aches and cramps. Lack of sufficient calcium causes nerve cells to become extra sensitive, leading to sudden muscle cramping and pain. Uncontrollable muscle twitches as well as numbness and tingling sensations in the hands and legs can occur for the same reason. If you are experiencing muscle cramps and aches on a regular basis, despite proper hydration and an adequate hemoglobin level, it is time get your calcium level checked. 2, Weak Bones. Insufficient calcium in the body can take a toll on the health of your bones. The mineral is vital for building bones and keeping them strong. With low calcium, bones are likely to become weak, which increases susceptibility to osteoporosis and fractures. In the long run, weak bones can also impact a person’s stature and overall strength. This is why parents should make sure that their children are eating calcium-rich foods, especially during their growing years. When you don’t take in enough calcium, the body starts using the calcium from your bones to ensure normal cell function. 3, Weak Teeth. Calcium deficiency can even show its sign in the teeth. Calcium is an important constituent of teeth; hence its deficiency can cause delayed and defective tooth formation in children. Adults also may experience more frequent instances of tooth decay and other oral problems. 4, Frequent Illness. Calcium is also needed for maintaining a healthy immune system, which helps the body battle viruses, bacteria, yeasts and fungi. This is why people who are deficient in calcium are more likely to suffer from common colds and infections. Furthermore, calcium is one of the most important alkaline minerals that increase the oxygen level in your blood. Bacteria and fungi cannot survive in an alkaline atmosphere. 5, Difficulty Losing Weight. Intake of sufficient calcium is important for healthy body weight. In fact, it has been found that most obese people do not consume the recommended daily allowance of calcium. So, if you are struggling to lose weight, it could be due to lack of calcium. A later 2009 study published in the British Journal of Nutrition emphasizes that boosting calcium consumption spurs weight loss, but only in people whose diets are calcium deficient. 6, Increased PMS Symptoms. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a common problem faced by women. The symptoms include moodiness, food cravings, bloating and cramping. They start in the latter half of the menstrual cycle, after ovulation begins, and go away 1 or 2 days after your period starts. Calcium supports cyclic fluctuations during the menstrual cycle, which helps reduce and prevent the severity of PMS. It even assists with cramping and other related symptoms due to its role in estrogen detoxification. This mineral is also involved in normal development of the uterus and ovarian hormones in women. A 2000 review published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition found that calcium supplements can help with PMS. SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS YOU ARE LACKING OF CALCIUM Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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Signs and Symptoms That Your Body Is Too Acidic You Should Know
 
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Warning Sign That Your Body Is Too Acidic The “acidity” of your body refers to the amount of acid in your body fluids, while the “alkalinity” of your body refers to the ability of those body fluids to neutralize the acid. The acid levels in the body must fall under a certain too much acid in stomach symptoms range to avoid harm to the body. Here are some symptoms that indicate your body is too acidic. 1, Excess Weight. When your body’s alkaline balance is not maintained, there is excess waste product in the form of acid in your body and too much stomach acid. This excess acid is not being eliminated because the colon, kidneys, lymph system and skin — organs responsible for flushing toxins out of the body— are overwhelmed with a torrent of toxins from the excess acid. 2, Weak Bones. When your fluids are too acidic, your body will do everything in its power to maintain an alkaline balance to keep functioning properly. The body will compensate by pulling minerals too much stomach acid from your tissues and other organs to alkalize and minimize acidity. One of these minerals is calcium found in your bones, necessary for maintaining their strength . Your bones become weak when your body depletes their calcium reserve in order to neutralize the acidity of your body. 3, Dental Problems. Just as your bones hold calcium reserves, so do your teeth. Excess acid in the body also results in your system pulling calcium from your teeth to alkalize your body and prevent it from getting sick. A 2015 study published in the International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications notes that low pH levels in the mouth can cause demineralization alkaline & acidic foods of the tooth enamel. Further exposure of the mouth bacteria to sugary sweet foods and beverages can exacerbate the amount of lactic acid production in the mouth, resulting in cavities, the study further notes. 4, Fatigue. Too much acidic content in the body also makes it more susceptible to bacteria, fungi and viruses. An acidic environment is perfect for these microorganisms to thrive. Thus, hordes of microorganisms acquire a foothold in the digestive tract, gums, and other organs and tissues, triggering the immune system into overdrive to fight these acidic body test infectious entities. Overtime, the immune system wears out and your body becomes deprived of energy. Furthermore, these organisms interfere with your body’s ability to absorb essential nutrients, such as minerals and vitamins. Poor absorption of nutrients affects the manufacturing of hormones and enzymes needed to produce energy. This further induces a state of fatigue. 5, Skin Problems. Skin problems are dermatological manifestations of a low pH level. The skin is also one of the detoxifying organs of the body. When there is too much acid floating around your bloodstream, it becomes prone to bacteria and toxin overload. In such a scenario, the liver often falls causes of acidity in the body short of symptoms of acidity in the body eliminating all acidic toxicity from the body, and the skin tries to compensate by trying to flush them out. This process of detoxification manifests itself in the form of acne, allergies, rashes and eczema. 6, Mucus Buildup. Mucus production is the body’s natural defense mechanism against an acid buildup in an effort to flush it out of the body through the nasal passage. It might also indicate an acid buildup in the nasal passage itself. If you suffer mucus buildup regularly, it is a sign that your body is overloaded with acid. Urgent medical attention becomes necessary in such a case because the constant exposure of the lungs to mucus expands and compresses it too often, eventually irritating it, and resulting in excessive coughing, wheezing, sinus problems, breathing problems and chest pain. Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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6 Common Signs of Dyslexia in Adults
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 6 Common Signs of Dyslexia in Adults In the United States alone, approximately five to 10 percent of the population has been diagnosed with dyslexia, a learning disorder that affects a person’s ability to read, write, spell and speak. While mixing up letters while writing or mispronouncing words when speaking are common, there are many other indicators of this learning disorder, which vary with age. Although it is commonly identified in young children, for some it may go undiagnosed until adulthood. In such cases, there are several common signs of dyslexia—including these six. 1. Avoid Reading In order to hide their disability, those with dyslexia will often avoid any activities that involve reading—such as reading to themselves or aloud to others—as their struggles are a source of shame and embarrassment. For some, these tasks may prove so challenging that they seek out employment in positions or fields that conceal or help them avoid dealing with their difficulties. As a result, these individuals may be “underemployed,” meaning their roles are well below their capabilities. 2. Slow Reading and Writing If required to do tasks that involve reading or writing, those with dyslexia may take an unusually long time to complete them. When reading, this is often because a person will have to re-read sentences several times to fully understand. They may become tired or bored very quickly. Writing, on the other hand, can prove laborious due to a lack of confidence when it comes to choice of words, spelling and punctuation. 3. Poor Spelling Dyslexia makes it challenging for a person to associate letters with the specific sounds they make, which can lead to poor spelling. This may cause tasks like taking notes and copying content to be difficult and frustrating. As a result, those with dyslexia tend to rely on tools like spell-check, or they may ask others to help them with written work. Even a person’s handwriting can be affected by the disorder, causing them to write in all capital letters, or frequently mix upper and lower case letters within words. 4. Difficulty Planning and Organizing Struggling to estimate the time required to complete a task makes planning very challenging for those with dyslexia. As a result, they may have issues meeting deadlines. Organizing is another skill that is difficult for people with dyslexia to master. At school or work, this may become apparent when trying to organize the structure of an essay or report, or effectively expressing one’s thoughts within such a written document. 5. Difficulty Memorizing Although people with dyslexia tend to have excellent long-term memory for experiences, locations and faces, they tend to struggle with memorizing sequences, facts or things they were not personally involved in. According to Dyslexia Victoria Online, this includes things like “[the] alphabet, counting, days of the week, months of the year and in order, the seasons of the year, names and dates in school work, people they meet or know about.” 6. Speaking Challenges When speaking, someone with dyslexia may experience several challenges, such as struggling to retrieve the proper words. This may lead to frequent pauses in a conversation—where gaps are often filled with plenty of “ums”—or the use of words like “stuff” or “things” if proper names cannot be recalled. Dyslexia can also cause people to incorrectly pronounce the names of people and places, or confuse words that sound alike. They may also stumble over parts of words as they say them. {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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5 WARNING SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
 
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5 WARNING SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS Signs and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis may include: Tender, warm, swollen joints Joint stiffness that is usually worse in the mornings and after inactivity Fatigue, fever and weight loss Early rheumatoid arthritis tends to affect your smaller joints first — particularly the joints that attach your fingers to your hands and your toes to your feet. As the disease progresses, symptoms often spread to the wrists, knees, ankles, elbows, hips and shoulders. In most cases, symptoms occur in the same joints on both sides of your body. About 40 percent of the people who have rheumatoid arthritis also experience signs and symptoms that don't involve the joints. Rheumatoid arthritis can affect many nonjoint structures, including: Skin Eyes Lungs Heart Kidneys Salivary glands Nerve tissue Bone marrow Blood vessels Rheumatoid arthritis signs and symptoms may vary in severity and may even come and go. Periods of increased disease activity, called flares, alternate with periods of relative remission — when the swelling and pain fade or disappear. Over time, rheumatoid arthritis can cause joints to deform and shift out of place. Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis You Should Know
 
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16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis | What is multiple sclerosis? Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive, immune-mediated disorder. That means the system designed to keep your body healthy mistakenly attacks parts of your body that are vital to everyday function. The protective coverings of nerve cells are damaged, which leads to diminished function in the brain and spinal cord. MS is a disease with unpredictable symptoms that can vary in intensity. While some people experience fatigue and numbness, severe cases of MS can cause paralysis, vision loss, and diminished brain function. Common early signs of multiple sclerosis (MS) include: 1. Vision problems Visual problems are one of the most common symptoms of MS. Inflammation affects the optic nerve and disrupts central vision. This can cause blurred vision, double vision, or loss of vision. You may not notice the vision problems immediately, as degeneration of clear vision can be slow. Pain when you look up or to one side also can accompany vision loss. There are variety of ways to cope with MS-related vision changes. 2. Tingling and numbness MS affects nerves in the brain and spinal cord (the body’s message center). This means it can send conflicting signals around the body. Sometimes, no signals are sent. This results in numbness. Tingling sensations and numbness are one of the most common warning signs of MS. Common sites of numbness include the face, arms, legs, and fingers. 3. Pain and spasms Chronic pain and involuntary muscle spasms are also common with MS. One study, according to the National MS Society, showed that half of people with MS had chronic pain. Muscle stiffness or spasms (spasticity) are also common. You might experience stiff muscles or joints as well as uncontrollable, painful jerking movements of the extremities. The legs are most often affected, but back pain is also common. 4. Fatigue and weakness Unexplained fatigue and weakness affect about 80 percent of people in the early stages of MS. Chronic fatigue occurs when nerves deteriorate in the spinal column. Usually, the fatigue appears suddenly and lasts for weeks before improving. The weakness is most noticeable in the legs at first. 5. Balance problems and dizziness Dizziness and problems with coordination and balance can decrease the mobility of someone with MS. Your doctor may refer to these as problems with your gait. People with MS often feel lightheaded, dizzy, or as if their surroundings are spinning (vertigo). This symptom often occurs when you stand up. 6. Bladder and bowel dysfunction A dysfunctional bladder is another symptom occurring in up to 80 percent of people with MS. This can include frequent urination, strong urges to urinate, or inability to hold in urine. Urinary-related symptoms are often manageable. Less often, people with MS experience constipation, diarrhea, or loss of bowel control. 7. Sexual dysfunction Sexual arousal can also be a problem for people with MS because it begins in the central nervous system — where MS attacks. 8. Cognitive problems About half of people with MS will develop some kind of issue with their cognitive function. This can include: 1 memory problems 2 shortened attention span 3 language problems 4 difficulty staying organized Depression and other emotional health problems are also common. 9. Changes in emotional health Major depression is common among people with MS. The stresses of MS can also cause irritability, mood swings, and a condition called pseudobulbar affect. This involves bouts of uncontrollable crying and laughing. Coping with MS symptoms, along with relationship or family issues, can make depression and other emotional disorders even more challenging. 10–16. Other symptoms Not everyone with MS will have the same symptoms. Different symptoms can manifest during relapses or attacks. Along with the symptoms mentioned on the previous slides, MS can also cause: 1 hearing loss 2 seizures 3 uncontrollable shaking 4 breathing problems 5 slurred speech 6 trouble swallowing See Our Another Vedeos: SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS YOU ARE LACKING OF CALCIUM YOU SHOULD KNOW IT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weq0yo1EXCA SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF IRON DEFICIENCY YOU SHOULD KNOW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19J-XRmXoZE 6 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS THAT YOU HAVE AN UNDERACTIVE THYROID https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzSOSFmFJJc 10 Things Your Nails Can Reveal About Your Health https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eDzNfcDj_4 15 Warning Signs You’ve Got Poor Circulation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSinlYysCz0 6 Signs And Symptoms Of Fibromyalgia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgR9QQ6yff0 Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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10 Lupus Diet and Nutrition Do’s and Don’ts
 
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10 Lupus Diet and Nutrition Do’s and Don’ts 10. DON’T: Drink Soda Stay away from acidic drinks that are full of sugar and chemicals. Soda, or pop, is a big no. They are full of empty calories and can cause inflammation and bloating. 9. DO: Drink Water Make sure to drink enough water through the day. The 8 glasses a day idea is not a rule, but you should be sipping water regularly. It can help push out toxins from the body and it can help the sluggish digestive systems many lupus sufferers experience. 8. DON’T: Eat Red Meat Eating red meat can cause flair ups in lupus sufferers. It can cause inflammation and it is high in saturated fat. Red meat does have high levels of iron that your body needs, so talk to your doctor about a supplement. 7. DO: Eat Fish Fish is a lean protein that is high in omega 3 fatty acids. It is a great alternative to red meats. Look for unprocessed fish products. Some pre-cooked varieties are high in MSG and salt. 6. DON’T: Eat Refined Carbohydrates Refined carbohydrates includes white bread, white pasta, processed rice, and most packaged snack foods. They can cause water retention that can give unpleasant lupus symptoms. 5. DO: Eat Whole Foods Look for foods that you can eat whole. If you’re craving starch but are resisting the refined carbohydrates, try having potatoes or brown rice. As much as possible, try eating vegetables and fruit in their raw forms. They have more fiber and nutrients when uncooked. 4. DON’T: Use Artificial Sweeteners Every brand of artificial sweetener has its drawbacks. While there have been no studies showing a relation to lupus and artificial sweeteners, there are many who believe they are connected. Stay safe and stay away from these products. 3. DO: Eat Anti-Inflammatory Foods There are many naturally anti-inflammatory foods. They include flax seeds, avocados, walnuts, berries, leafy green vegetables, carrots, squash, and lean protein. Choose fresh foods over processed ones. 2. DON’T: Eat Fast Food Fast food is packed with mono saturated fats, trans-fats, and more. They are also high in salt and sugar. Try to avoid these foods to keep your body healthy. If you find yourself eating fast food, try taking trail mix to snack on through the day. 1. DO: Eat Easy To Digest Foods One of the side effects of lupus is a troublesome digestive system. Help it along by having easily digestible foods. For instance, hard to digest foods, like nuts, can be soaked prior to eating. Soups and fruit smoothies are also easy to digest and very nutritious! Help us to be better Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Stay Healthy: 1. The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRLeGCR-I54 2. 10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFgNPnRDogw 3. 16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpMW-3KOZ_o 10 Lupus Diet and Nutrition Do’s and Don’ts By Stay Healthy
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Low Oxygen Symptoms: 5 Signs You May Not Be Getting Enough Oxygen
 
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Low Oxygen Symptoms: 5 Signs You May Not Be Getting Enough Oxygen Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 Hypoxemia occurs when a person experiences lower-than-normal oxygen levels in the blood, specifically in the arteries. According to WebMD, this can lead to what’s known as hypoxia, “when your blood doesn’t carry enough oxygen to your tissues to meet your body’s needs,” although hypoxia is often used to describe both conditions. This can occur suddenly as a result of taking certain medications or having an asthma attack, or develop over time due to heart problems or lung diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) and emphysema. Although symptoms of hypoxia often vary from person to person, the following are the five most common ones to be aware of. 1. Skin Color Changes As red blood cells are what carry oxygen to the body’s tissues, an insufficient amount of them can cause the skin to change color. Known as cyanosis, the skin will typically appear a dark bluish-red, and is most noticeable if oxygen levels drops dramatically. For those with darker skin colors, MedlinePlus says cyanosis “may be easier to see in the mucous membranes (lips, gums, around the eyes) and nails.” 2. Confusion The NHS defines a state of confusion as “not being able to think clearly or quickly, feeling disorientated, and struggling to pay attention, make decisions, or remember things.” If you notice yourself or someone else suddenly exhibiting any of these symptoms, it may be an indication of hypoxia. Sudden hypoxia could be caused by a variety of reasons, from a severe asthma attack to a problem with the heart or lungs. 3. Coughing One of the most common causes of hypoxia is a severe asthma attack, during which it can be hard to get sufficient air into the lungs as the airways have narrowed. In an attempt to clear the lungs, a person may cough frequently. While this is a natural reaction, it can prove dangerous as WebMD says “coughing to clear your lungs uses even more oxygen and can make symptoms worse.” 4. Rapid Heart Rate and Breathing An increased heart rate most often occurs when engaging in physical activity, so if it happens while at rest it may be an indication of hypoxia. When the body isn’t receiving sufficient oxygen, Livestrong.com says that the heart begins pumping faster in order to “help circulate oxygen-containing blood throughout the body in an attempt to meet the cells’ needs.” Breathing also becomes more rapid when the body’s oxygen needs aren’t being met, in an effort to increase intake. While people normally breathe at a rate of 12 to 16 times per minute, in these situations rates may increase to 24 breaths or higher. 5. Shortness of Breath Shortness of breath is considered one of the most obvious symptoms of hypoxia, and often occurs as a result of the increased heart rate and breathing mentioned previously. It often occurs while at rest, and can become so severe that it feels as though you’re choking. Shortness of breath will be especially pronounced when engaging in physical activities, and may decrease one’s tolerance for them. It may also happen during sleep, causing you to wake up out of breath. In some cases, shortness of breath may also be accompanied by wheezing, a high-pitched whistling sound that occurs when breathing, particularly exhaling. Low Oxygen Symptoms: 5 Signs You May Not Be Getting Enough Oxygen By styH
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10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease You Should Know
 
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10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease | Here are the 10 signs you might have the disease. 1. Tremor or Shaking Have you noticed a slight shaking or tremor in your finger, thumb, hand, chin or lip? Does your leg shake when you sit down or relax? Twitching or shaking of limbs is a common early sign of Parkinson's disease. What is normal? Shaking can be normal after lots of exercise or if you have been injured. Shaking could also be caused by a medicine you take. 2. Small Handwriting Has your handwriting suddenly gotten much smaller than in it was in the past? You may notice the way you write words on a page has changed, such as letter sizes are smaller and the words are crowded together. A sudden change in handwriting is often a sign of Parkinson's disease. What is normal? Sometimes writing can change as you get older, if you have stiff hands or fingers or poor vision, but this happens over time and not suddenly. 3. Loss of Smell Have you noticed you no longer smell certain foods very well? If you seem to have more trouble smelling foods like bananas, dill pickles or licorice, you should ask your doctor about Parkinson's disease. What is normal? Your sense of smell can be changed by a cold, flu or a stuffy nose, but it should come back after you are better. 4. Trouble Sleeping Do you thrash around in bed or kick and punch while you are deeply asleep? You might notice that you started falling out of bed while asleep. Sometimes, your spouse will notice, or will want to move to another bed. Sudden movements during sleep may be a sign of Parkinson's disease. What is normal? It is normal for everyone to have a night when they 'toss and turn' instead of sleeping. 5. Trouble Moving or Walking Do you feel stiff in your body, arms or legs? Sometimes stiffness goes away as you move. If it does not, it can be a sign of Parkinson's disease. You might notice that your arms don't swing when you walk, or maybe other people have said you look stiff. An early sign might be stiffness or pain in your shoulder or hips. People sometimes say their feet seem 'stuck to the floor.' What is normal? If you have injured your arm or shoulder, you may not be able to use it as well until it is healed, or another illness like arthritis might cause the same symptom. 6. Constipation Do you have trouble moving your bowels without straining every day? Straining to move your bowels can be an early sign of Parkinson's disease and you should talk to your doctor. What is normal? If you do not have enough water or fiber in your body, it can cause problems in the bathroom. Also some medicine will cause constipation. If there is no other reason such as diet or medicine that would cause you to have trouble moving your bowels, you should speak with your doctor. 7. A Soft or Low Voice Have other people told you that your voice is very soft when you speak in a normal tone, or that you sound hoarse? If there has been a change in your voice you should see your doctor about whether it could be Parkinson's disease. Sometimes you might think other people are losing their hearing, when really you are speaking more softly. What is normal? A chest cold or other virus can cause your voice to sound different, but you should go back to sounding the same when you get over your cough or cold. 8. Masked Face Have you been told that you have a serious, depressed or mad look on your face more often, even when you are not in a bad mood? This serious-looking face is called masking. Also, if you or other people notice that you have a blank stare or do not blink your eyes very often, you should ask your doctor about Parkinson's disease. What is normal? Some medicines can cause you to have the same type of serious or staring look, but you would go back to the way you were after you stopped the medication. 9. Dizziness or Fainting Do you notice that you often feel dizzy when you stand up out of a chair? Feeling dizzy or fainting can be signs of low blood pressure and can be linked to Parkinson's disease. 10. Stooping or Hunching Over Are you not standing up as straight as you used to? If you or your family or friends notice that you seem to be stooping, leaning or slouching when you stand, it could be a sign of Parkinson's disease. See Our Another Vedeos: SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS YOU ARE LACKING OF CALCIUM YOU SHOULD KNOW IT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weq0yo1EXCA SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF IRON DEFICIENCY YOU SHOULD KNOW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19J-XRmXoZE 6 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS THAT YOU HAVE AN UNDERACTIVE THYROID https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzSOSFmFJJc 10 Things Your Nails Can Reveal About Your Health https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eDzNfcDj_4 15 Warning Signs You’ve Got Poor Circulation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSinlYysCz0 6 Signs And Symptoms Of Fibromyalgia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgR9QQ6yff0 Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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8 Warning Signs of Dengue Fever
 
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8 Warning Signs of Dengue Fever Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 Dengue fever is a painful, debilitating, mosquito borne disease caused by any one of four closely related dengue viruses. These viruses are related to the viruses that cause West Nile infection and yellow fever. Dengue infection is a leading cause of death and sickness in tropical and subtropical parts of the world. Dengue is caused by one of four viruses that are transmitted by the bite of an infected mosquito. Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a more serious form of dengue infection. Primary symptoms of dengue appear three to 15 days after the mosquito bite and include high fever and severe headache with severe pain behind the eyes that is apparent when trying to move the eyes. Other associated symptoms are joint pain, muscle and bone pain, rash, and mild bleeding. Many affected people complain of low back pain. The lymph nodes of the neck and groin may be swollen. Young children and people infected for the first time typically have milder symptoms than older children and adults. Dengue hemorrhagic fever starts with the typical signs and symptoms of dengue as described above. The fever lasts 2-7 days. After the fever begins to abate, symptoms occur that are related to increased permeability of the capillary blood vessels. These symptoms can include severe abdominal pain, prolonged vomiting, and breathing problems. Bleeding tendencies, including easy bruising, nosebleeds, bleeding gums, skin hemorrhages, and even internal bleeding may occur. The disease may progress to failure of the circulatory system, leading to shock and death. Each year, an estimated 100 million cases of dengue fever occur worldwide. Most of these are in tropical areas of the world, with the greatest risk occurring in: - The Indian subcontinent - Southeast Asia - Southern China - Taiwan - The Pacific Islands - The Caribbean (except Cuba and the Cayman Islands) - Mexico - Africa - Central and South America (except Chile, Paraguay, and Argentina). If you’ve recently visited a region in which dengue fever is known to occur and you suddenly develop a fever, see your doctor. Watch for warning signs as temperature declines 3 to 7 days after symptoms begin. Go IMMEDIATELY to an emergency room or the closest health care provider if any of the following warning signs appear: - Severe abdominal pain or persistent vomiting - Red spots or patches on the skin - Bleeding from nose or gums - Vomiting blood - Black, tarry stools (feces, excrement) - Drowsiness or irritability - Pale, cold, or clammy skin - Difficulty breathing There is no specific medication for treatment of a dengue infection. Persons who think they have dengue should use analgesics (pain relievers) with acetaminophen and avoid those containing ibuprofen, Naproxen, aspirin or aspirin containing drugs. They should also rest, drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration, avoid mosquito bites while febrile and consult a physician. Adequately management generally requires hospitalization. There is no vaccine to prevent dengue fever. The best way to prevent the disease is to prevent bites by infected mosquitoes, particularly if you are living in or traveling to a tropical area. This involves protecting yourself and making efforts to keep the mosquito population down. To protect yourself: - Stay away from heavily populated residential areas, if possible. - Use mosquito repellents, even indoors. - When outdoors, wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants tucked into socks. - When indoors, use air conditioning if available. - Make sure window and door screens are secure and free of holes. If sleeping areas are not screened or air conditioned, use mosquito nets. {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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6 Unusual Signs of Iron Deficiency
 
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6 Unusual Signs of Iron Deficiency Iron is a mineral that plays a vital role in health and well-being. Without it, many bodily functions would malfunction. “The primary role of iron is to carry oxygen in the blood to every cell in the body,” says Beth Thayer, RDN, MS, director of the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. Iron is an important component of hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs and transports it throughout the body. If your body doesn't have enough iron, it cannot produce enough healthy oxygen-carrying red blood cells. Iron deficiency can cause anemia, which means you have too little hemoglobin. Women in their childbearing years are at higher risk for iron deficiency because of the loss of blood during menstruation. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the recommended daily dietary allowance for iron for 19-to-50-year-old women is 18 milligrams (mg). Pregnant women should be consuming 27 mg per day. Adult men, on the other hand, need about 8 mg of iron per day. “Women who are pregnant need the most amount of iron,” says Marilyn Murr, MD, clinical assistant professor of family and community medicine at the School of Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. “The baby acts as a parasite taking iron, and the woman increases her blood volume to circulate through the baby and create the baby’s blood volume.” There are two types of iron: heme iron from animal sources and non-heme iron from plant sources. Heme iron is absorbed more readily by the blood. Foods rich in iron include beef, liver, oysters, beans, fortified cereals, and dark leafy greens like spinach. Insufficient iron levels can wreak havoc all over the body. Here are seven surprising signs of iron deficiency. 1. Extreme Fatigue and Exhaustion The principle sign that your body is not getting enough iron may be the most difficult to link to iron deficiency. “This is one of the most common signs of iron deficiency because it means your body is having trouble carrying the oxygen to your cells so it’s affecting your energy levels,” Thayer says. People lacking enough iron in their blood often feel sluggish, weak, and unable to focus. Though fatigue can be the sign of numerous conditions, if it does not go away with adequate rest, consider having your iron levels checked. 2. Frequent Infections Iron plays a key role in a healthy immune system, so lower levels of the mineral can make someone more susceptible to infections. “Red blood cells help to transport oxygen to the spleen, which is one place where infections can be fought off,” Dr. Murr says. Red blood cells also carry oxygen to the lymph nodes, which house infection-fighting white blood cells. “When someone has an iron deficiency, the white blood cells aren’t being produced as well, and they’re not as strong because they’re not getting enough oxygen, making that person more susceptible to infections,” she says. 3. Pale Skin Though it’s not always the case, pale skin is often associated with being sick, and there’s good reason for that. Hemoglobin gives skin its rosy color, so low levels cause the skin to become lighter. “When red blood cells become low with iron, they become smaller and paler in the center so skin also becomes paler,” Murr says. This may be easier to detect in people with lighter complexions, but no matter what your skin tone, if the area inside your bottom eyelid is lighter than normal, this may be a sign of iron deficiency. 4. Swollen Tongue Lack of oxygen can also cause muscles to enlarge and become painful. “It happens to all the muscles really, but the tongue is the only one you can see,” Murr says. Cracks on the side of the mouth are also common among people with iron deficiency. 5. Restless Legs Syndrome Some people who have iron deficiency develop restless legs syndrome, a disorder that causes you to have a strong urge to move your legs. The urge often comes with an unpleasant, crawling sensation in the legs that can make it hard to sleep. 6. Hair Loss Iron deficiency, especially when it develops into anemia, can cause hair loss. “When hair follicles don’t get enough oxygen, they go into a resting stage, and hair falls out and doesn’t grow back until anemia is improved,” Murr says. It is normal to lose about 100 strands of hair per day. However, if you notice your hair loss is excessive and it is not growing back, this may be a sign of iron deficiency. If you’re experiencing these symptoms and think you may be iron deficient, speak to your doctor. He or she can help you find ways to include more iron-rich foods in your diet and determine whether you need to take iron supplements. Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 6 Unusual Signs of Iron Deficiency
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Hyperthyroidism:   8 Signs and Symptoms of an Overactive Thyroid
 
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10 Best Treatments For Sunburns
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 10 Best Treatments For Sunburns No matter how much we warn you against the damaging effects of UV sun exposure, you’ll still probably get at least one sunburn this summer. However, too much sun exposure can cause serious damage to your skin, leaving it dehydrated, wrinkly, aged, and even causing skin cancer. So despite the fact that we know you’ll do your best to protect your skin from sun damage by using a sunscreen with a high SPF—if you do end up with a pain, inflamed, itchy, blistering, flaky sunburn—you can find some relief with these ten soothing treatments… 1. Oatmeal Oatmeal is the bomb when it comes to soothing irritated, inflamed skin. It works wonders as a cool compress by wrapping a 1/2 cup of dry oatmeal in gauze, running it under cool water, and applying it directly to your sunburn every few hours. 2. Cold Compress You know a nice cool shower of bath will cool a fiery sunburn, but lying in cold water might be a bit chilly after a while. Instead, you can apply a cold cloth or a few ice cubes wrapped in a towel directly to the burn. 3. Yogurt The natural cultures in yogurt can work wonders on dry skin so it makes perfect sense that they would also work magic on a stubborn sunburn. Use yogurt as a topical cream and slather it over sunburned areas, leaving it for 5-minutes, then rinse off under a cool shower. 4. Witch Hazel Witch hazel is a beneficial natural astringent with anti-inflammatory properties, which is why it also soothes painful acne and razor burn. For a sunburn, apply a few drops on a moist cloth or cotton swab and dab directly onto skin. 5. Baking Soda A bit of baking soda in a cool or lukewarm bath will temporarily provide relief to sun burn pain. Just remember to let your skin air dry out of the bath so the baking soda really soaks in and soothes the pain. 6. Hydrocortisone An over-the-counter hydrocortisone topical cream, spray, or ointment can soothe inflamed and painful sunburns. Just be sure to look for a topical solution with at least 1-percent hydrocortisone listed in the ingredients. 7. Apple Cider Vinegar It might sound like it would sting, but apple cider vinegar will actually provide the relief you need from sunburn. Just add a cup to your bath water or apply it like an astringent with a cotton swab. 8. Tea Bags It doesn’t matter what kind you use—black tea, white tea, or green tea—the quick relief for sunburned eyelids a cool tea bag applied to each swollen eye. The tannic acid within will ease swelling and reduce pain. 9. Aloe Vera Slathering on Aloe Vera gel will provide a cool, refreshing blast of relief to sun burnt skin. Pure Aloe Vera right from the plant leaf will also encourage the healing process. 10. Drink Water It might sound too simple to be effective, but sun burnt skin is seriously dehydrated and the best cure for dehydration is H2O. Tip your glass to the tap and your elbow to your lips with a few glasses of cool water to counteract the sun’s scorching damage. {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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8 Early Signs and Symptoms of Appendicitis You Should Know
 
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Descriptions 8 Early Symptoms of Appendicitis: Appendicitis occurs when your appendix, a worm-shaped pouch attached to the large intestine, becomes inflamed. It can be life threatening if the appendix bursts, but doctors usually remove it surgically before this happens. See your doctor if you have the following symptoms. 1. Belly-button pain 2. Rapidly worsening pain 3. Low grade fever and chills 4. Vomiting, nausea, or loss of appetite 5. Constipation or diarrhea 6. Gas and bloating 7. Rebound tenderness 8.What else it could be Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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The 5 Types Of Crohn’s Disease - What is Crohn's disease?
 
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The 5 Types of Crohn’s Disease Along with ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease is part of a group of diseases known as inflammatory bowell disease (IBD). There are five different types of Crohn's disease, each with its own set of symptoms. Here is information about Crohn's disease and the five types that you can use to help you discuss symptoms and treatment options with your doctor. What is Crohn's disease? Crohn's disease is a chronic illness in which the intestine or bowell become inflamed and ulcerated, or marked with sores. Crohn's disease most commonly affects the lower part of the small intestine (ileum) and the colon. It can, however, occur in any part of the large intestine, small intestine, or stomach. It can affect people at any age but is most common in people who are between the ages of 15 and 30. Crohn's disease can disrupt the normal function of the bowell in a number of ways. The bowell tissue may: 1. Swell, thicken, or form scar tissue, leading to blockage of the passageway inside the bowell 2. Develop ulcers that can involve the deep layers of the bowell wall 3. Lose its ability to absorb nutrients from digested foods, a condition called malabsorption 4. Develop abnormal passageways known as fistulas from one part of the bowell to another part of the bowell, or from the bowell to nearby tissues such as the bladder or vaginaa What are the five types of Crohn's disease? The five types of Crohn's disease and their symptoms are: 1. Ileocolitis: Ileocolitis is the most common type of Crohn's disease. It affects the small intestine, known as the ileum, and the colon. People who have ileocolitis experience considerable weight loss, diarrhea, and cramping or pain in the middle or lower right part of the abdomen. 2. Ileitis: This type of Crohn's disease affects the ileum. Symptoms are the same as those for ileocolitis. In addition, fistulas, or inflammatory abscesses, may form in the lower right section of the abdomen. 3. Gastroduodenal Crohn's disease: This form of Crohn's disease involves the stomach and duodenum, which is the first part of the small intestine. People with this type of Crohn's disease suffer nausea, weight loss, and loss of appetite. In addition, if the narrow segments of bowell are obstructed, they experience vomiting. 4. Jejunoileitis: This form of the disease affects the jejunum, which is the upper half of the small intestine. It causes areas of inflammation. Symptoms include cramps after meals, the formation of fistulas, diarrhea, and abdominal pain that can become intense. 5. Crohn's (granulomatous) colitis: This form of Crohn's disease involves only the colon. Symptoms include skin lesions, joint pains, diarrhea, rectall bleeding, and the formation of ulcers, fistulas, and abscesses around the anuss. The 5 Types of Crohn’s Disease Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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10 Warning Signs Of Low Blood Sugar | You Should Be Aware of
 
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8 Early Warning Symptoms of Kidney Stones Don't Ignore
 
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8 Early Warning Symptoms of Kidney Stones Don't Ignore Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 8 Early Warning Symptoms of Kidney Stones: 1. Frequent & Painful Urination 2. Spreading Back Pain 3. Blood in Urine 4. Nausea & Vomiting 5. Pungent Smelling Urine 6. Inability to Sit 7. Fever & Chills 8. Kidney & Abdominal Swelling 8 Early Warning Symptoms of Kidney Stones Don't Ignore By Stay Healthy
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10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Pancreatic Cancer You Should Know
 
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Signs and Symptoms Of Pancreatic Cancer Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 1. Diabetes, especially if it comes on suddenly. Recently, the Mayo Clinic published startling research showing that 40 percent of pancreatic cancer patients had been diagnosed with diabetes one to two years before discovering they had a pancreatic tumor. Researchers believe the diabetes is caused by tumors that simply haven't been detected yet. The problem is, diabetes is very common, and the majority of diabetes isn't pancreatic cancer, so doctors are trying to develop screening tools to tell the difference. Right now, they say family history is an important clue. If you're diagnosed with diabetes that seems to come on suddenly and you have no family history of diabetes, bring this to your doctor's attention and ask for further screening for pancreatic cancer. 2. Yellowing of the eyes or skin. Even a small pancreatic tumor can block the bile duct in the head of the pancreas, causing bile to build up. This causes jaundice. 3. Itchy skin, palms, and soles of feet. A little-known side-effect of jaundice is itchy hands and feet. It's due to a skin reaction to the bilirubin, the yellowish brown liver chemical that causes jaundice. 4. Lack of appetite. An Italian study found that six to eight months before being diagnosed with pancreatic tumors, patients reported a sudden drop in their appetite and a tendency to feel full after eating very little. 5. Changes in taste. In the same Italian study, some of the patients surveyed said they'd suddenly lost their taste for coffee, wine, and smoking. In fact, they said, they felt "disgust" for the smell and taste of coffee and alcohol. 6. Abdominal pain. Pancreatic cancer sufferers remember this pain as a gnawing pain, rather than a sharp cramp or ache, and it radiates toward the back. A characteristic clue: the pain goes away when you lean forward. 7. An enlarged gall bladder. The same blockage of the bile duct that causes jaundice can also cause an enlarged gallbladder, as the bile builds up behind the duct. The good news is that an enlarged gallbladder can be seen on imaging tests, and it may even be possible for a doctor to feel it during a physical exam. 8. Pale, floating, smelly stools. If a pancreatic tumor prevents digestive enzymes from reaching the intestine, the result is an inability to digest fatty foods. So you end up with loose, smelly "floaters" as a result of the excess fat. Doctors say this symptom, in particular, can be an early clue and is too often overlooked. 9. Dark, tarry stools. Bleeding in the upper intestines causes this symptom. 10. Sudden, unexplained weight loss. Weight loss is not always, as many people mistakenly believe, a sign of advanced cancer that's spread to the liver. It can also happen because a lack of pancreatic enzymes is causing fat to pass through the body undigested. What do you do if you're worried about any of these symptoms? Document all symptoms, and report them to your doctor in as much detail as possible. If your doctor is convinced you have legitimate concerns (and remember, you may have to do some convincing), tests such as an ultrasound, a CT scan, and an endoscopy followed by a biopsy can be used to search for a pancreatic tumor. A blood test is now available for a biomarker called CA 19-9 that is released by pancreatic cancer cells. Unfortunately, by the time CA 19-9 reaches detectable levels, the cancer is usually no longer in the early stage, although the test is useful during treatment and for detecting recurrence. Another biomarker test, CEA (carcinoembryonic antigen), is also not sensitive enough to provide early diagnosis. While tragic early deaths like Steve Jobs' are the hard reality of pancreatic cancer, there are also people living productive lives thanks to an early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. Such was the case with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who's still practicing after having a tiny pancreatic tumor surgically removed. Yes, she got "lucky," as she put it -- but she also got a CT scan, which is how the tumor was found. {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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6 Symptoms Leading Up to Appendicitis
 
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6 Symptoms Leading Up to Appendicitis 1. The Appendix and Appendicitis While many medical professionals claim that the appendix is a “vestigial organ” without function, immunology researchers at North Carolina’s Duke University Medical Center explain that the appendix may benefit the human digestive system by contributing “good” germs and bacteria that aids digestion in the gut. Appendicitis occurs when the appendix (a narrow, tube-shaped pouch via the large intestine) becomes blocked (by faeces or infection) and painfully inflamed. The key is to remove the organ surgically before it bursts, which can lead to a fatal infection spreading throughout the abdomen. 2. Appendicitis Pain The most commonly attributed symptom of appendicitis is sharp pain in the lower right abdomen, or pain that begins at the belly button and shifts to the lower right abdomen, in the general area where the organ is located (a small sac that protrudes from the large intestine). Appendicitis pain is typically constant, meaning it doesn’t come in and out or go away completely. It often causes patients to double over in pain and is typically described by patients as being “jabbed with a knife”. 3. Flu-Like Fever In addition to intense abdominal pain, appendicitis can also cause flu-like symptoms—including achy muscles and fever. An appendicitis fever can begin low grade, but it will almost always worsen as the illness progresses. This flu-like fever may be accompanied by stomach nausea that intensifies and is unable to be ignored. 4. Cramps and Lower Back Pain Not all appendicitis patients may experience sharp, unbearable pain in the abdomen right away. In fact, many female patients compare the early pain to menstrual cramps (or dysmenorrhea). Other patients describe early appendicitis pain as dull pain felt in the lower back that gradually becomes more severe and unbearable. 5. Constipation or Diarrhea Patients also compare early appendicitis pain to being constipated or feeling as if they have to pass gas, but cannot. This can lead to cramping that builds gradually. Many patients also mistake the early stages of appendicitis for digestive upset if it causes stomach cramps, gas, bloating, chills, nausea, and diarrhea…similar to a stomach bug. 6. Appendicitis Treatment If you suspect you have appendicitis, go to the hospital immediately. As appendicitis pain progresses, it indicates that bacteria and inflammation is multiplying, and the blockage in the lining of the appendix is swelling with pus. Eventually the appendix can rupture in the abdomen (peritonitis) or cause a abscess to form, which will need to be drained before the appendix is surgically removed. Help us to be better Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Stay Healthy: 1. The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRLeGCR-I54 2. 10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFgNPnRDogw 3. 16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpMW-3KOZ_o 6 Symptoms Leading Up to Appendicitis By Stay Healthy
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7 Signs and Symptoms of Calcium Deficiency You Should Know
 
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7 Signs and Symptoms of Calcium Deficiency You Should Know Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 7 Signs and Symptoms of Calcium Deficiency Do you think drinking a glass of milk is enough to get your daily dose of calcium? But in reality, it is not. Although calcium plays a key role in the maintenance of strong and healthy bones, it also helps in blood clotting, early developmental growth and muscle contraction and relaxation. This mineral can be easily obtained from natural food sources like leafy vegetables, yoghurt, nuts and cheese. But most Indians (particularly in the age group of 14-20 years) suffer from calcium deficiency due to lack of efficient absorption. Here are some signs and symptoms of calcium deficiency you need to be aware of. Muscle cramps: Despite an adequate level of hemoglobin and sufficient water intake, if you suffer from recurring muscle cramps, you could have low calcium levels. Muscle cramps followed by muscle aches, especially in the thighs and calf muscles, is an early indication of low calcium levels. To load up your calcium intake, include these 5 calcium-rich vegetables in your diet without fail. Lowered bone density: Calcium is required for mineralisation of bones to keep them strong as you grow old. Therefore, low calcium levels directly affect the bone density and increases susceptibility to osteoporosis and fractures. Brittle nails: Like your bones, your nails also need calcium deposits for maintaining their integrity. Lack of adequate levels of calcium could make your nails extremely weak and susceptible to breaks. You can try these 9 kitchen ingredients to strengthen brittle nails. Toothache: Around 99% calcium present in your body is stored in your bones and teeth. Naturally, if your calcium levels drop, you’ll be susceptible to toothache and decay. Also, you’ll be at a greater risk of suffering from periodontal disease. In children, calcium deficiency has been linked to delayed and defective teething. Premenstrual cramps: Women suffering from calcium deficiency have to go through a lot of pain during their menstruation. The exact mechanism by which calcium could be relieving menstrual pain is not yet clear but its role in muscle contraction and relaxation seem to be crucial. Apart from pre-menstrual cramps, calcium deficiency is also linked to irregular menstruation and excessive bleeding in women. Calcium is also involved in normal development of the uterus and ovarian hormones in women. Frequent illness: Calcium seems to play an important role in maintaining a healthy immune system as well. It has been observed that those deficient in calcium are more likely to acquire common respiratory and intestinal infections. Deficiency of calcium reduces body’s resistance against pathogen attack. Here are 5 amazing tips to improve your immunity. Fatigue: Bone and muscle aches generally causes weakness in calcium deficient people. But low calcium levels are also linked to insomnia, fear and mental derangements that increase stress and fatigue. You may look pale and feel tired or lazy all the time. Fatigue is also a common symptom in women who develop calcium deficiency after childbirth. They are more likely to suffer from lack of breast milk, poor concentration and extreme tiredness. Therefore, it is advisable that pregnant women should get a regular supply of 1000-1200 mg calcium every day. 7 Signs and Symptoms of Calcium Deficiency You Should Know By styh
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9 Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
 
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9 Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis 1. Numbness MS typically strikes the nerves in the brain and spinal column first and foremost. So patients notice numbness when the body isn’t receiving signals from the brain. Tingling and numbness may be felt in areas such as the face, arms, legs, and upper extremities like the fingers. 2. Memory Loss Cognitive impairment will affect about 50-percent of MS patients, with patients suffering from issues like memory loss, disorganization, inability to focus, and severely reduced attention spans. 3. Vision Issues Another early warning sign of MS is blurred vision due to the fact that the disease can cause inflammation in the optic nerve (a condition called optic neuritis), resulting in deteriorating vision issues—such as blurred vision or pain, double vision, color blindness, or loss of contrast in 1 or both eyes. 4. Bladder Issues Incontinence and urinary urgency can often result in the early stages of MS, with about 80-percent of patients suffering complaining of the constant feeling to urinate, the need to urinate more frequently, and insomnia due to loss of urinary control. 5. Muscle Spasms MS will often cause chronic pain originating in the leg and back muscles and joints, causing stiffness, involuntary muscle spasms, and painfully embarrassing jerking motions. 6. Vertigo MS also affects coordination and balance, resulting in dizziness, lightheadedness, and nauseating vertigo if a person tries to stand up too suddenly or get up quickly from a seated position. 7. Depression Severe depression is often linked to MS pain. The lack of control over your body and the constant pain can often lead to irritability, mood swings, and moments of uncontrollable crying and laughing (a condition known as the Pseudobulbar Affect). 8. Fatigue The majority of MS patients also complain of the sudden onset of fatigue (staring in the legs and lower extremities), which leaves them completely drained of energy. This exhaustion will worsen as the nerves gradually deteriorate within the spinal column. 9. Sexual Dysfunction Lack or total loss of sexual arousal, particularly for males with MS, will occur due to the fact that sexual stimulation originates in the central nervous system. MS affects the nerve pathways directly related to healthy sexual function. Help us to be better Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Stay Healthy: 1. The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRLeGCR-I54 2. 10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFgNPnRDogw 3. 16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpMW-3KOZ_o 9 Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis By Stay Healthy
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9 Warning Signs of Bone Marrow Cancer
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 9 Warning Signs of Bone Marrow Cancer 1. Exhaustion One of the earliest signs of multiple myeloma is a general feeling of exhaustion that fails to go away, even when one gets lots of rest and follows a healthy diet. These feelings of fatigue are usually related to the way multiple myeloma attacks the healthy cells of the bone marrow, which in many cases can result in anemia or inconsistent cytokine production. Because feelings of fatigue are fairly common, this symptom should be considered in combination with other signs of multiple myeloma on this list. For example, someone who has a family history of cancer, and especially bone marrow cancer, will want to be tested for multiple myeloma if they suddenly experience a long, generally unbreaking wave of exhaustion lasting several days or weeks. 2. Anemia Anemia, which occurs when the number of red blood cells reaches critically low levels, results from multiple myeloma because it causes the suppression or crowding out of healthy red blood cells. The most common side effect of anemia is an overpowering feeling of fatigue that may not break even with healthy diet, ample rest, fluids, or stimulants like caffeine. This feeling of general exhaustion can last for days or even weeks at a time. However, it should be noted that anemia is not only related to multiple myeloma and the development of bone marrow cancer. It can result from a number of other health conditions, from pregnancy to menstruation and iron and vitamin deficiency. Simply failing to get enough iron in the diet can cause anemia. 3. Pain in the bones One of the more obvious and distinct signs of multiple myeloma is feelings of pain in the bones. This is because multiple myeloma forms in the marrow of the bone and, as time goes on, its suppression of healthy red blood cells can cause the bone to thin and weaken, resulting in osteoporosis. Once this stage is reached, the chance of fracturing or completely breaking the affected bone increases substantially. It also results in mild to moderate feelings of pain in and around the bone. This pain may be more noticeable if the problem involves particularly critical bones, such as the spine, which are responsible for supporting multiple parts of the body. This pain tends to increase with movement and may be considerably more noticeable during the evening and early morning hours. If the spine is affected, the patient may experience compression fractures that cause slumping; over time, this could even result in a patient losing a few inches from their height. 4. Numbness Because multiple myeloma targets the healthy red blood cells of the bone marrow, in time it can cause the patient’s bones to weaken. While this often results in the affected bones becoming frailer and painful, it can also lead to general feelings of numbness. This sensation of numbness is most pronounced when multiple myeloma invades the vertebrae of the spine. As the problem spreads through the spine, it causes the bones to weaken, resulting in vertebrae coming into contact with each other and the nerves spiraling around the spine. In touching upon these highly sensitive nerves, multiple myeloma effectively scrambles the signal traveling between the brain and spine, leaving the area feeling numb. 5. Kidney problems If not caught early on, multiple myeloma can eventually lead to significant problems in the kidney. This is because the development of multiple myeloma results in the emergence of proteins that, when produced to excess — as they often are when multiple myeloma takes hold — can put undue pressure on the kidneys, resulting in damage or even kidney failure. Ideally, the patient would recognize other signs and symptoms of multiple myeloma — such as excessive fatigue or bone pain — and be able to take action prior to reaching the stage where kidney problems emerge. However, should those signs not raise flags, the emergence of kidney-related issues should be identified as a possible sign of multiple myeloma. 6. Hypercalcemia Over time, multiple myeloma results in the production of cancerous cells that effectively push healthy cells out of the bone marrow. This makes the bone feel weak, painful, and potentially numb. In time, it could cause the bone to fracture or completely break. This wearing down of the bones through multiple myeloma also results in a condition known as hypercalcemia, which emerges when there is an excessive amount of calcium in the blood. Hypercalcemia is often found in people with multiple myeloma, because their bones, which contain calcium, are effectively breaking down. Hypercalcemia introduces its own, rather significant health problems, from exhaustion to constipation and kidney issues. 7. Weight loss 8. Mental confusion 9. Frequent illnesses 9 Warning Signs of Bone Marrow Cancer By styH
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4 Early Symptoms of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}. 4 Early Symptoms of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Could you have COPD? More than 11 million Americans have been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to the American Lung Association. Another 12–24 million may have the condition without realizing it. Could you be one of them? It’s not always easy to tell. Some of the symptoms of COPD are similar to those of other conditions. When symptoms first occur, some people ignore them, thinking they’re related to something less serious. According to the Mayo Clinic, symptoms of COPD don’t appear until significant lung damage has occurred. How do I determine if it’s COPD? Current or former smokers or people who’ve had frequent exposure to other irritants are at risk for developing COPD. These irritants can include: 1. secondhand smoke. 2. air pollution. 3. workplace fumes. 4. sawdust or other aerosolized particles. Your doctor will give you a physical exam and order tests to determine if you have COPD. The tests include lung function tests to measure your breathing. The tests can also help rule out other conditions. Only a doctor can diagnose COPD, but there are some symptoms of early COPD to watch for. Be aware of the symptoms Most people with COPD develop symptoms that cause them to make appointments to see their doctors. The severity of your symptoms depends on the amount of lung damage you have. However, it’s possible to have lung damage without having any symptoms. Talk to your doctor if you experience any of the following symptoms. 1. Ongoing cough One of the first signs of COPD is usually a long-term or chronic cough. Coughing helps to protect the airways from inhaled irritants such as cigarette smoke. It also helps to remove phlegm (mucus) from the breathing passages. Although the lungs are responding normally to irritation, a chronic cough is an indication that the lungs aren’t functioning normally. 2. Increased mucus In COPD, coughing usually goes hand-in-hand with a second early-stage symptom: the production of a large amount of mucus or phlegm. Your lungs produce mucus to help trap or keep inhaled irritants out. Tobacco smoke and other irritants can lead to the production of up to three times the normal amount of mucus. 3. Shortness of breath Shortness of breath or a feeling of breathlessness is when your lungs take more effort than usual to move air in and out. Initially, breathlessness may occur only with increased physical activity, such as playing sports or walking uphill. 4. Fatigue Fatigue, or tiredness, is another common symptom in people with COPD. You may find that you get tired more easily than you did in the past. A loss of energy or stamina may also occur. If you feel more tired than usual, talk to your doctor to determine if it’s a result of COPD. Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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6 Signs and Symptoms That You Have an Underactive Thyroid You Should Know
 
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Descriptions of thyroid pain symptoms: About 4.6 percent of the United States population suffers from underactive thyroid . The risk for developing hypothyroidism and infertility is higher in women over age 50 and postpartum females. If you have multiple signs and symptoms of this problem, ask your doctor to check your thyroid hormone levels and get treatment of thyroid. Here are the signs and symptoms that you have an underactive thyroid. 1. Unexplained Weight Gain Weight gain without any change in diet or physical activity may indicate low levels of thyroid hormones. These hormones help regulate basal metabolism and thermogenesis as well as the metabolism of fats and glucose. An underactive thyroid contributes to a lower metabolic rate, which may cause excess weight gain. If you have unexplained weight gain, it is essential to consult your doctor to determine the exact cause and get hypothyroidism treatment weight loss. 2. Dry and Flaky Skin If you are following your usual beauty and skin care regimen and haven’t changed any of the products you use but your skin is dry and itchy, it could be a symptom of hypothyroidism or thyroid dry skin. The change in skin texture and appearance can be due to reduced blood circulation, one of the side effects of having low thyroid hormones. In addition, a slowed metabolism due to low thyroid hormone production can reduce sweating. Without proper sweating, the skin becomes dry and flaky. As these skin signs are rather nonspecific and often subtle, people tend to ignore them or attribute them to other causes. It is best to consult your doctor to see if there is an underlying health condition causing these skin changes. 3. Muscle Soreness and Pain People suffering from hypothyroidism often experience muscle weakness, pain, stiffness, or cramping. There may also be general joint pain. Low metabolism disrupts how your body burns energy, which can affect how your muscles feel after doing your regular exercises. Low thyroid often increases inflammation that may be contributing to your muscle and joint pain. In fact, about 40 percent of the hypothyroid patients had predominantly sensory signs of a sensorimotor axonal neuropathy early in the course of thyroid disease. 4. Hair Loss hypothyroidism hair loss and Proper functioning of the thyroid gland is essential for the development and maintenance of the hair follicles, and an underactive thyroid can result in significant changes in hair growth and texture. It may also affect eyebrows and body hair. The thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3) modulate several aspects of hair anatomy, from the hair growth cycle to the hair’s pigmentation. If you are worried about hair loss and other hair-related issues, see your doctor to get your thyroid checked. 5. Constant Fatigue and Tiredness Fatigue and extreme tiredness are very common in people who have an underactive thyroid. When low thyroid hormones flow through the blood, cells do not function properly, leading to less energy, fatigue and constant tiredness. These symptoms persist even after getting proper sleep and rest. A 2012 study published in the European Journal of Endocrinology notes that autoimmune hypothyroidism patients had significantly higher levels of fatigue as compared with differentiated thyroid carcinoma patients health thyroid. 6. Menstrual and Fertility Problems Women with hypothyroidism may experience menstrual as well as fertility problems. Thyroid hormones have a great influence on menstruation, thyroid pregnancy, lactation and even uterine involution after childbirth. In fact, the study puts emphasis on the assessment of thyroid function in all patients with menstrual disorders to avoid unnecessary interventions like curettage and hysterectomy. Infertility can also be due to undiagnosed thyroid conditions. For any change in menstrual pattern as well as problems becoming pregnant, it is important to get your thyroid checked. Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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Top 12 home remedies for lupus rash
 
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Top 12 home remedies for lupus rash 1. Grape Seed Extract. Grape seed extract is one of best home remedies for lupus rash. It contains antioxidant, anti- inflammatory and antiallergenic properties that assist fortify the blood vessels and blood circulation. To use grape seed extract for treating lupus rash, you should consume grape seed extract powder (2 tablespoons) a day for best results. 2. Flaxseed Oil Flaxseed oil is also considered as one effective remedy for lupus rash. It contains omega -3 fatty acids that helps reduce inflammation and take care of chronic diseases. To see instant results, you should take flaxseed oil (3 teaspoons) daily. 3. Turmeric Another excellent remedy for lupus is using turmeric. Turmeric can help decrease hematuria, proteinuria and systolic blood pressure in lupus patients. You should use turmeric in your daily diet. Another option is to drink turmeric milk. To make it, you add turmeric powder (1 teaspoon) to one cup of milk and then boil it. To improve flavor, you can add a little raw money and enjoy it about two times per day. 4. Ginger Ginger is very good for curing lupus with arthritic symptoms. It helps relieve swelling and joint pain due to its anti – inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Simply, you should add ginger in your daily diet. Another option is to make ginger juice by mixing ginger root with vegetable and fresh fruit juices. 5. Apple Cider Vinegar Apple cider vinegar is also one of effective home remedies for lupus rash. This vinegar helps rise hydrochloric acid production in your body. In addition, it also helps improve nutrient absorption and aids detoxification. To use this vinegar for treating lupus rash, you add raw apple cider vinegar (1 teaspoon) in one glass of warm water. You should consume this mixture at least twice daily before eating your meals about 20 minutes. 6. Coconut Oil Coconut oil is another great treatment for lupus rash. Especially, it helps decrease negative immune response and balance the immune system due to it’s the chain fatty acids. Plus, this oil also helps control blood sugar, improve digestion, lower cholesterol and treat candida infection. Simply, you should eat virgin coconut oil (2 tablespoons) daily. 7. Epsom Salt One great way for treating lupus is using Epsom salt. Especially, it also helps reduce inflammation and joint paint. To use Epsom salt for dealing with lupus rash, you stir Epsom salt (1 cup) into a bathtub and then soak in it for at least 20 minutes. You should follow this several times a week for best results. 8. Holy Basil Holy basil is also called as tulsi. The kind of herb is good for treating lupus rash. Plus, it also helps relieve fatigue, regulate organ function and reduce stress. Besides, it offers anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits. To see good results, you can steep a handful fresh basil leaves or dried basil (1 teaspoon) in one cup of hot water for 10 minutes and then strain it. You can add a little raw honey to improve the flavor. It is suggested to consume 3 cups of this tea per day. Simply, you can chew directly a few basil leaves daily for good results. 9. Pine Bark Extract Pine bark extract is another great remedy for lupus rash. The substance pygenol of pine bark extract help reduce pain and swelling in the joints. It makes the joints more flexible and increases the blood circulation. You should take pine bark extract (30 milligrams) with yogurt daily. 10. Evening Primrose Oil Evening primrose oil is an effective home remedy for treating lupus. Using this oil will help boost the circulation of blood to your skin, alleviate the rashes and maintain skin health. 11. Vitamin D Vitamin D is necessary for treating lupus rash. You can provide vitamin D by eating salmon, cheese, mushrooms, egg yolks and tofu. Another way is to use vitamin D3 supplements. You should consult your doctor before using it. 12. Carrots Carrots are one of natural home remedies for lupus rash due to its anti-inflammatory agent. Plus, the source of vitamin A in carrots is very rich. Consumption of carrots reduces joint pain, swelling, lethargy, dizziness, depression and mouth sores. You should dink carrot juice daily for expected result. Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 Top 12 home remedies for lupus rash By styH
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5 Signs and Symptoms of Bladder Cancer That You Must Not Ignore!
 
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5 Symptoms Of Bladder Cancer Every Woman Should Know Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 Even if you're vigilant about getting regular breast exams, Pap tests, and skin checks, bladder cancer may not really be on your radar. After all, it's far more common among men than women, and the majority of cases affect patients over age 65. But don't let those stats keep you from learning to spot the symptoms. "Many people mistakenly think bladder cancer is only a disease of older men," says Arjun Balar, MD, an oncologist at NYU Langone Medical Center. "But there are more than 18,000 women who are diagnosed with this cancer every year in the United States." And because women may not be on the lookout for early bladder cancer symptoms, the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network reports that women are more likely to be diagnosed with bladder cancer at an advanced stage. Knowing the symptoms can help you get diagnosed sooner, which can improve your prognosis. Here are a few warning signs to watch for. 1. Blood in your urine. This is the most common early symptom of bladder cancer, and it's an easy one for women to overlook especially because it's typically painless and you can go weeks or even months between occurrences. "Many women ignore this symptom because they connect it with menstruation or menopause," Balar says (in fact, take a look at these 6 symptoms that seem like menopause but may be something scarier). "Blood in the urine doesn't always mean you have bladder cancer, but it's important to discuss with your doctor." 2. UTI-like symptoms. Bladder cancer can often be mistaken for a urinary tract infection, because many of the symptoms overlap. "Patients may experience increased frequency of urination, urgency to urinate, pain with urination, or urinary incontinence," says Susan Constantino, MD, an oncologist with UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health. If you've noticed any pee-related problems you have to go all the time, or you feel like you have to go but can't, or you have a hard time emptying your bladder or if antibiotics don't seem to be helping your UTI symptoms, talk with your doctor. 3. Unexplained pain. "Pain is often associated with more advanced bladder cancers," Constantino says. "The pain can be in the flank area, abdomen, or pelvis. Patients can also develop pain in their bones if the cancer has spread to their bones." If you're having aches and pains in those areas, tell your doctor especially if you've also had the aforementioned spotting or UTI symptoms. 4. Decreased appetite Appetite loss is a common cancer symptom, and bladder cancer is no exception. If the cancer has grown or spread, Balar says, "You might have weight loss or feel tired and weak." Of course, there are plenty of other things that can mess with your appetite, so don't automatically assume the worst—but do talk with your doctor about it if it persists. 5. Smoking. OK, so this isn't technically a symptom but according to the National Institutes of Health, about 50% of women diagnosed with bladder cancer are smokers. "Smoking is the biggest risk factor for bladder cancer," Constantino says. If you notice any of the above symptoms and you smoke, let your doctor know ASAP. Because it's easy to chalk up the symptoms to a stubborn UTI or normal spotting, Balar says, "Bladder cancer may be overlooked in women, and they are not diagnosed until their cancer has spread and it's harder to treat." So if you're worried, don't just write off your symptoms. Your doctor can determine if it's a minor infection or something more serious and if it is bladder cancer, it's easier to treat if you catch it early. ===================================== {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me!
 
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The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. Recent statistics show that 1 in 68 children are now being diagnosed with autism. While diagnosis is on the rise, a child typically is not diagnosed by a professional until he or she is over two years old. However, there are signs that could indicate your child is on the spectrum as early as six months of age. Signs and symptoms can vary, as can the severity of the symptoms. Be sure to monitor your child’s development, and consult your doctor if anything concerns you. It’s important to note that autism in infants can be recognized by a lack of normal behavior, rather than the presence of strange behaviors. 9. Lack of smiling Does your child smile back at you when you give her a warm, joyful smile? Does your child smile on her own? By the age of six months, your infant should be giving you big smiles or happy expressions. 8. Rare Imitation of Social Cues Does your child imitate the sounds and movements of others? Does he share expressions back and forth? Infrequent imitation of sounds, smiles, laughter, and facial expressions by 9 months of age can be an early indicator of autism. 7. Delay In Babbling & Cooing Is your child making “baby talk” and babbling or cooing? Does she do it frequently? Your baby should typically reach this milestone by 12 months. 6. Unresponsiveness To Name Is your baby increasingly unresponsive to his or her name from 6 to 12 months of age? Parents who see this in their child are often concerned it may be hearing loss and are unaware it can be a sign of autism. If you see this behavior in your child, be sure to monitor the signs and consult a doctor. 5. Poor Eye Contact Does your child make limited eye contact with you and other loved ones? Does he follow objects visually? Severe lack of eye contact as the baby grows can be an early indicator, as it is a form of communication and comprehension. 4. Lack Of Gesturing Does your son gesture at objects or people to communicate? Does he wave goodbye, point, or reach for things? This is a milestone that is typically reached by 9 or 10 months old. 3. Infrequently Seeking Attention Does your son initiate cuddling or make noises to get your attention? Does he reach up toward you to be picked up? Disinterest in seeking a loved one’s attention or bonding is a sign your baby may eventually have difficulty relating to others, which can be a struggle for those on the spectrum as they grow up. 2. Repetitive Behaviors Does your child engage in repetitive behaviors such as stiffening his arms, hands, or legs? Does he display unusual body movements like rotating his hands on his wrists? Does he sit or stand in uncommon postures? 1. Delayed Motor Development Has your daughter experienced significant delays in motor development milestones, such as rolling over, pushing herself up, and crawling? The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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Diagnosing and Treating Bowel Obstruction
 
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Diagnosing and Treating Bowel Obstruction Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 Diagnosing and Treating Bowel Obstruction A change in bowel movements, nausea, and a bloated abdomen are all signs of bowel obstruction, a condition that tends to strike people in certain circumstances, such as those recovering from abdominal surgery. Bowel obstruction is not a common problem for most people. “A bowel obstruction is a very generic term,” says Jay Pasricha, MD, professor of gastroenterology at the Stanford School of Medicine in Stanford, Calif. “Technically it’s the small bowel or intestine and the large bowel or intestine. You could have obstruction of either one of those regions of the gastrointestinal tract.” What Causes Bowel Obstruction? When something blocks the bowel, it is a bowel obstruction. An obstructed bowel can have many causes. These are usually due to: -Cancer -Scarring from previous surgery -Scarring from radiation therapy -Scarring from endometriosis Besides a physical blockage, says Dr. Pasricha, there are also the pseudo-obstructions. These are “a failure of the bowel itself to be able to push things down. It can behave like a mechanical obstruction although it is not due to anything physically" obstructing the bowel. Bowel Obstruction Symptoms Obstructed bowel symptoms depend on the cause of the obstruction, where the obstruction is located, and how long it has taken for the obstruction to cause problems. “In general, the lower down the obstruction occurs, the longer it takes to really manifest itself,” says Pasricha. “There is a lot of capacity of the bowel to expand and adapt. Eventually the contents start backing up.” Here are the most common bowel obstruction symptoms: -Distended (swollen or bloated) abdomen -Nausea -Vomiting — color and texture of vomit may help diagnose the obstruction -Change in bowel habits -Constipation -Very thin stools -Blood in the stool, especially likely if cancer is a cause In general, Pasricha advises people with some of these symptoms, especially nausea, constipation, and abdominal bloating, and no other obvious cause for those symptoms, to contact their doctor for an evaluation. Although bowel obstruction can take a long time to create serious problems in most people, it can require urgent attention. “If you have unrelieved obstruction, there is a risk of ischemia [decrease in the blood supply] and that can be fatal,” warns Pasricha. Diagnosing Bowel Obstruction Diagnosis of bowel obstruction is not difficult, says Pasricha. The diagnostic process will include: 1 Description of symptoms. Give your doctor a detailed description of the bowel obstruction symptoms that are causing you concern. 2 Medical history. Tell your doctor about any recent surgeries or medical treatments as well as ongoing health conditions and medications or supplements you are taking. 3 Physical examination. Your doctor may want to examine your abdomen and any other parts of your body where you are experiencing pain or discomfort. 4 Imaging tests. “To diagnose [bowel obstruction], you rely on imaging,” says Pasricha. Your doctor may use an X-ray or CT (computed tomography) scan. 5 Colonoscopy. If your doctor suspects that the obstruction is in the large bowel, he may order a colonoscopy. You will be sedated for this test while your doctor inserts a camera at the end of a thin tube into your colon. This allows him to see inside the colon. Treating Bowel Obstruction “For most mechanical obstructions [scarring, cancer] the real treatment is surgery, but a lot of patients with post-operative obstruction due to adhesions sometimes can be managed by putting a tube through the nose down into the bowel,” say Pasricha. This decompresses the bowel, allowing it to get untwisted. This may not solve the original problem causing the obstruction, but it is often a first step, even for patients who are going to have surgery. The length and ease of recovery depends on the cause, warns Pasricha. Older people may find recovery takes longer. Additionally, some people who tend to develop obstructions as a result of scarring from abdominal surgery can experience repeated obstructions. “Typically, if it is a mild to moderate obstruction caught early in time, they usually recover well,” he says. {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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Signs and Symptoms of Vitamin B12 Deficiency  | Stay Healthy
 
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Signs and Symptoms of Vitamin B12 Deficiency | Stay Healthy Vitamin B12 is vital for the formation of red blood cells that carry oxygen around the body. It is also needed for the proper functioning and health of nerve tissue, as it is involved in producing the protective myelin sheath that covers the nerves and conducts nerve impulses. It works together with folate in the metabolism of cells, especially affecting DNA synthesis and fatty acid and amino acid metabolism. This particular B vitamin also helps our bodies absorb folic acid, which facilitates the release of energy. Since your body doesn’t make vitamin B12, it is important to get it from food sources (especially animal-based foods, fruits with vitamin b12) or supplements on a regular basis, vitamin b12 serum, b12 energy or vitamin b12 supplement. Always consult your doctor before starting any supplement regimen. Here are the top 5 signs of vitamin B12 deficiency. 1. Fatigue and Low Energy This vitamin plays a prominent role in energy metabolism, hence its deficiency has a direct impact on your energy and endurance levels. Vitamin B12 enhances your body’s ability to make DNA for new cells to provide energy. It is also needed to form healthy red blood cells that carry oxygen to the whole body. Without proper oxygen levels, you feel tired and lethargic. Plus, B12 is needed to turn the food you eat into energy to power your metabolism. Low metabolism prevents you from feeling your best and performing at your highest energy level. 2. Numbness and Tingling Sensations Vitamin B12 plays a key role in keeping your nervous system healthy. Thus, neurological signs like numbness or a tingling sensation in the hands and feet can indicate its deficiency. Vitamin B12 helps in the manufacturing of nerves and, moreover, it has a key role in helping oxygen reach different parts of the body. Poor oxygen supply is one of the main causes of numbness and tingling sensations. Its deficiency can also cause balance problems. 3. Low Blood Pressure Deficiencies of vitamin B12 and folic acid can cause anemia, which can lead to low blood pressure, also known as hypotension. Vitamin B12 helps your body produce red blood cells so that adequate oxygen reaches each and every part of your body, including the heart. A 2012 study published in the Texas Heart Institute Journal reports that vitamin B12 deficiency is well known among neurologists but is often overlooked by cardiologists when treating low blood pressure. If you suffer from low blood pressure, opt for a B12 test. Even moderate forms of low blood pressure can cause shortness of breath, dizziness, weakness, fainting and risk of injury from falls. 4. Skin Lesions Low vitamin B12 can also cause skin lesions and hair changes. A 2008 study published in Canadian Family Physicians reports that vitamin B12 deficiency is linked to skin lesions. Unexplained and non-resolving skin lesions can signal vitamin B12 deficiency, hence you need to visit your doctor as soon as possible. Along with skin lesions, its deficiency can cause hyperpigmentation of the skin, which leads to uneven skin color and dark patches on the skin. 5. Depression This particular B vitamin is also essential for mental health. Its role in forming red blood cells in turn helps support a healthy nervous system. Plus, it helps lower the level of homocysteine, a by product of protein metabolism. A high level of homocysteine in the body can lead to depression. This is why it is important to consider the possibility of B12 deficiency, especially among the elderly suffering from depression, according to a 2009 study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry emphasis upon. In fact, a 2013 study published in the Open Neurology Journal shed light on the importance of vitamin B12 supplementation in the treatment of major depressive disorder. The study found that people with depression experienced significant improvement in symptoms when treated with vitamin B12 supplementation as well as antidepressants. Signs and Symptoms of Vitamin B12 Deficiency | Stay Healthy Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Pneumonia? | All About Pneumonia and How to Treat It Effectively
 
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All About Pneumonia and How to Treat It Effectively What is pneumonia? Pneumonia is an infection in one or both lungs. It can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. Bacterial pneumonia is the most common type in adults. Pneumonia causes inflammation in the air sacs in your lungs, which are called alveoli. The alveoli fill with fluid or pus, making it difficult to breathe. What are the symptoms of pneumonia? Pneumonia symptoms can be mild to life-threatening. The most common symptoms of pneumonia can include: 1. coughing that may produce phlegm (mucus) 2. fever, sweating, and chills 3. shortness of breath 4. chest pain Other symptoms can vary according to the cause and severity of the infection, as well as the age and general health of the individual. Who is at risk of pneumonia? Anyone can get pneumonia, but certain people are at higher risk: 1. infants from birth to age 2 years, and individuals ages 65 years or older 2. people who have had a stroke, have problems swallowing, or are bedridden 3. people with weakened immune systems because of disease or use of medications such as steroids or certain cancer drugs 4. people who smoke, misuse certain types of illicit drugs, or drink excessive amounts of alcohol 5. people with certain chronic medical conditions such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, diabetes, or heart failure Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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Causes and Symptoms of Chronic Pelvic Pain Don't Ignore
 
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Causes and Symptoms of Chronic Pelvic Pain Don't Ignore Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 Don't Ignore 8 Common Causes of Feminine Pelvic Pain 1. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease 2. Endometriosis 3. Pelvic Congestion Syndrome 4. Interstitial Cystitis 5. Bacterial Vaginosis 6. Pelvic Floor Tension Myalgia 7. Ovarian Cysts 8. Vuvodynia Causes and Symptoms of Chronic Pelvic Pain Don't Ignore
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7 Facts about Autism to Talk About During Awareness Month
 
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7 Facts about Autism to Talk About During Awareness Month 1. Autism Is More Common Among Boys Boys are four times as likely to have autism than girls, although there doesn’t seem to be a solid explanation as to why. That hasn’t stopped some organization from putting forth theories. For example, The National Autistic Society (based in the U.K.) notes it simply may be harder to diagnose autism in girls, as girls “may be better at masking their difficulties in order to fit in with their peers” and may have better social skills overall. The speculation is that some girls with autism spectrum disorders never get diagnosed as a result. 2. Autism is Becoming More Prevalent The Autism Science Foundation reports that as of 2014, 1 in 68 children in the U.S. had an autism-related disorder. The actual disorder itself may not be becoming more common, but in 2012 the estimate was 1 in 88 children. That’s a stark contract to reports in the 1980’s that claimed only 1 in 10,000 children had autism. The criteria for diagnosis is changing and therefore so are the numbers. For example, Asperger’s Syndrome is now included in the autism spectrum, whereas it wasn’t 30 years ago or so. 3. There’s More than One Form of Autism Following that same line of thought, there are now different diagnoses that fit into Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Asperger’s Syndrome (characterized by restricted behavior, namely social interactions); Pervasive Developmental Disorder or PDD-NOS, for children who are on the autism spectrum but don’t meet all standard criteria; and autistic disorder. Because of this, children with autism have a wide range of symptoms, while others may not seem autistic all (often referred to as “high-functioning” autism). Some children are not as impacted by the disorder (with more “normal” behaviors and higher IQ), but still have enough of the symptoms to be included in the spectrum. 4. There’s no Single Cause The Autism Society says there hasn’t been a cause pinpointed (although some people, including celebrities, have offered non-medical theories such as it’s caused by vaccinations). What is known, according to the society, is that there are noticeable differences on brain scans on those with ASD. Some researchers are also pushing toward linking autism with genetic factors, adds the society. 5. Autism could be “Neurodiversity” Autism Speaks notes that neurodiversity “is the idea that neurological differences like autism and ADHD are the result of normal, natural variation in the human genome.” What does this mean? It could suggest that those with autism just have a different way of thinking than those without the diagnosis. This would also suggest that autism is not the result of a disease or a brain injury of some kind. In the realm of neurodiversity, autism is not something that needs to be “cured”, but rather that their needs be accommodated to improve quality of life. 6. Autistic Patients Excel Creatively While those with ASD may not act or communicate like the majority of people, research has shown they can have superior creative abilities, according to The Guardian (U.K.), which noted, “Scientists found that people with the developmental condition were far more likely to come up with unique answers to creative problems.” Despite the high level of creative thought, the disorder makes it difficult for those with autism to secure employment (because of “socially crippling” traits), noted the article, which also mentions that proponents of this idea are lobbying employers to consider hiring those with “learning disabilities”. 7. There are Often Related Health Issues The National Autism Association noted that those with ASD are often faced with other health problems such as common allergies and gastrointestinal issues, to more serious conditions such as bipolar disorder, epilepsy, and neuroinflammation. Other common problems associated with ASD include Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), autoimmune issues, dyslexia, Crohn’s Disease, hyperkinetic disorder (excessive motor movements), Tourette’s Syndrome (vocal and motor tics), and many others according to this list from Research Autism. Help us to be better Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Stay Healthy: 1. The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRLeGCR-I54 2. 10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFgNPnRDogw 3. 16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpMW-3KOZ_o 7 Facts about Autism to Talk About During Awareness Month By Stay Healthy
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10 EARLY WARNING SIGNS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 10 EARLY WARNING SIGNS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA The early signs of schizophrenia mostly happen in the teen years and this can make them difficult to spot because these early schizophrenia signs are similar to behaviors often seen in teens in general. The very earliest schizophrenia signs often occur before the age of 16, but they may not become noticeable until between the ages of 16 and 30. Men tend to experience signs of schizophrenia earlier than women (see the difference in schizophrenia in men and women). The period before formal schizophrenia symptoms appear is known as the "prodromal" period and lasts about five years.1 Childhood schizophrenia is rare but can occur. Little is known about childhood schizophrenia but research is ongoing. Ten Schizophrenia Early Warning Signs Early signs of schizophrenia include:2 1 Change in friends, drop in grades 2 Sleep problems 3 Irritability 4 Cognitive impairment (may appear in childhood) 5 Difficulty telling reality from fantasy 6 Social isolation and withdrawing from others 7 An increase in unusual thoughts, perceptions and suspicions 8 Odd manner of thinking and speaking 9 Paranoid ideas 10 Family history of psychosis Any one of these early signs alone does not indicate schizophrenia, but when seen in a cluster, may be early warning signs of schizophrenia. Early treatment of schizophrenia or psychosis increases the chance of successful treatment.
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11 Signs Cholesterol Is Harming Your Legs (Peripheral Artery Disease) | Stay Healthy
 
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11 Signs Cholesterol Is Harming Your Legs (Peripheral Artery Disease) | Stay Healthy 1. Pain in the legs An extremely common PAD symptom is claudication, a type of leg pain or discomfort. Because the arteries are clogged, they can't deliver enough blood to the legs to support exertion. Some people say their legs feel "heavy" or tired, or they report a burning pain, Dr. Slovut says. The pain can be in any part of the leg, from the calf to the thigh or buttock, and it may be in one or both legs. It's also reproducible: The pain happens when walking a certain distance (like two blocks), it's relieved by rest, and then occurs again when walking the same distance. 2. Nighttime cramps While sleeping, people with PAD may get cramps or spasms, typically in the heel, forefoot, or toes, says Darren Schneider, MD, director of the Center for Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at New York–Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. The pain can often be relieved by dangling the foot off the bed or sitting in a chair, which allows gravity to assist blood flow to the feet, Dr. Schneider says. 3. Skin and nail changes PAD can cause changes in the toenails and the skin on the legs. Because the legs aren't receiving normal blood flow or nourishment, you may notice that you are losing hair on the feet and legs, or that it's growing back more slowly if you shave it. The skin on the legs may get shiny and tight, and toenails may thicken or grow more slowly. All of these are usually experienced together, Dr. Schneider says. 4. Unusual skin coloring One of the things doctors look for is a change in the color of your legs. When raised, a leg may be white because of compromised blood flow. Then, when the leg is dangled from the table, it can turn reddish or purplish in color, says Dr. Schneider, because the body has dilated the blood vessels to increase flow to the feet. In some people with PAD, the feet or toes are pale or bluish when they're sitting, due to a lack of circulation. 5. Cold feet Feet or legs that feel cold, or are cool to the touch, may be an indicator that you have PAD. But it's not really the best indicator, says Dr. Schneider. That's because this is a common problem, and it can happen to anyone as he ages—even someone without PAD. However, if you feel like one leg or foot is cold, but not the other, it could be time to talk to your doctor. 6. Sores that don't heal In people with more advanced PAD, a reduction in circulation can result in foot ulcers that don't heal. Known as ischemic ulcers, these should be treated quickly, says Dr. Schneider. The ulcers may be brown or black, and they're often painful (as opposed to diabetic foot ulcers, which may be painless due to diabetes-related nerve damage). 7. Erectile dysfunction This is not a common occurrence, but it is possible for PAD to cause erectile dysfunction, Dr. Slovut says. The internal iliac arteries provide the blood supply for erections. If both are closed or severely clogged, it can cause erectile dysfunction (ED). "The number of patients who have ED on the basis of a vascular problem is a minority of them. I don't see it a lot, but it can be a vascular problem," Dr. Slovut says. 8. Numbness or weakness If your legs or feet feel numb or weak while you are resting, it could be a sign of PAD. "Some patients will just say their legs get weak and feel like they will give out, and some get numbness in their feet," says Dr. Schneider. People who have symptoms at rest, not just while walking or exercising, usually have more severe PAD, he says. 9. Atrophy of calf muscles People with more advanced PAD may experience atrophy, or a reduction in the size of their calf muscle. On the microscopic level, a lack of adequate blood flow can lead to a decline in the number and size of muscle fibers. In fact, those with severe PAD can lose more than half of their muscle fibers in an affected area, and the remaining muscle fibers tend to atrophy or shrink in size. 10. No symptoms at all Most people with PAD have no symptoms. However, people at a greater risk for PAD may want to be tested, since the disease ups your chance of heart attack and stroke. Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 11 Signs Cholesterol Is Harming Your Legs (Peripheral Artery Disease) | Stay Healthy By Stay Healthy
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4 Types Of Parenting Styles
 
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4 Types Of Parenting Styles In this video, we will discuss the four different parenting styles and the effects these styles have on your child. References: Bee, Helen (1997) The developing child , 8th edition by Wesley Educational Publishers Inc. Cole, Michael (1993) The development of children by John Fortunato Child Psychology -- 7th edition (2009), R.D. Parke & M. Gauvain, Published by McGraw-Hill in New York. Child of Our Time, Tessa Livingstone, 2005, published by Bantam Press Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. See Our Another Vedeos: SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS YOU ARE LACKING OF CALCIUM YOU SHOULD KNOW IT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weq0yo1EXCA SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF IRON DEFICIENCY YOU SHOULD KNOW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19J-XRmXoZE 6 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS THAT YOU HAVE AN UNDERACTIVE THYROID https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzSOSFmFJJc 10 Things Your Nails Can Reveal About Your Health https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eDzNfcDj_4 15 Warning Signs You’ve Got Poor Circulation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSinlYysCz0 Thanks.
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8 Healthy Foods That Pack a Vitamin B12 Boost
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 8 Healthy Foods That Pack a Vitamin B12 Boost: 1. Beef Health.com lists good ol’ beef as one of the best sources of B12 out there. Not only is beef delicious, it offers about 1.3-micrograms of B12 in 3-ounces of broiled top loin sirloin, according to the source. The site adds that beef is also a great source of zinc (7-miligrams per 3-ounces), which is also important for certain functions of the body. As an added bonus, you’ll get a healthy dose of protein and riboflavin. However, it’s high in cholesterol, so don’t overdo your portions, it adds. 2. Turkey Who doesn’t love a good turkey – at least twice a year? You may want to consume more of this delicious bird when you know that it delivers 48.2-micrograms of B12 per cup, according to GoodHousekeeping.com. However, turkey is another meal you may not want to overdo – it contains tryptophan, an amino acid associated with making you feel sleepy (which is sort of in competition with the benefits of B12). However, other sources point out the tiredness may not be from the tryptophan – it can just be from consuming too much food. 3. Fortified Almond/Coconut Milk If you’re vegan or vegetarian, the first 2-options aren’t going to appeal to you very much. In fact, sources note that many vegans aren’t getting enough B12 (and should consider supplements), but can avoid problems through eating B12 fortified foods – and other sources like fortified non-dairy milk. Oldways lists some popular vegan Vitamin B12 sources, including fortified almond milk and fortified coconut milk, both of which can deliver 3-micrograms of B12 per cup. Meanwhile, soymilk fortified with the same vitamin may only deliver 1.2-micrograms per cup depending on the product. 4. Dairy Milk Low-fat dairy milk will deliver about 1.2-micrograms of B12 per cup as well, according to Health.com. The other advantages of low-fat milk is that it packs calcium and Vitamin D, and could even help women avoid PMS symptoms, according to the source. It points out that a study found women who consumed “more than one” serving of high-fat dairy were significantly less likely to experience ovulation problems. Anyways, back to the topic – if you don’t like milk on it own, try it in a smoothie with frozen fruit and ginger, suggests Health.com. 5. Shellfish There are a handful of shellfish that deliver a healthy punch of B12, so we’ll group them altogether here. For example, clams rank high for B12, potassium, and iron, according to GoodHousekeeping.com, which calls clams a “surprising king of the superfoods”. Then there are oysters, a “top source” of B12 and also high in iron, and crabs (which fall under the crustacean category), which apparently contain 9.8-micrograms of B12 per 3-ounces (which is significantly more than beef). “If you buy red and blue king crabs, look for ones from the U.S,” notes the site. Mussels also rank very high on the B12 hierarchy. 6. Eggs If you’re not a meat eater, you may still enjoy some eggs now and then – not only are they delicious and versatile for a variety of recipes and styles, they’re a great source of Vitamin B12. How great? Livestrong.com breaks it down for you. The source explains that one large egg contains 0.45-micrograms of B12, which translates to 19-percent of the daily-recommended intake. Of course, as you might imagine, if you go for the extra large or jumbo variety of eggs, you’ll get a bigger hit of the essential vitamin. Eggs are also a great way to get protein you may be missing from meat. 7. Salmon Fish are swimming with B12, and salmon ranks high on the list. Health.com notes that 3-ounces of salmon contains about 4.8-micrograms of the vitamin. It’s also high in protein and Omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for your heart. The source adds that one 3-ounce serving of salmon will deliver more than your daily need of Vitamin D, which is normally absorbed from sunlight. “To maximize salmon’s many health benefits, experts recommend baking it in the oven or grilling it instead of eating it fried, dried, or salted,” notes the source. Haddock, trout and tuna are great (and possibly less expensive) B12 alternatives to salmon, it adds. 8. Swiss Cheese While some foods are full of holes when it comes to B12 content, Swiss is apparently the best source in the cheese kingdom. Healthaliciousness.com lists Swiss cheese as one of the top-5 natural vegetarian sources of this vitamin. The delish Swiss variety provides 3.34-micograms of B12 per 100-grams, while gjetost, mozzarella, tilsit and feta are the next best sources of the vitamin (in that order). How about cheddar you ask? It ranks on the lower end of the cheese scale for B12, at 0.24-micrograms per ounce (28-grams).
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5 Early Signs and Symptoms of Crohn's Disease
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 5 Early Signs and Symptoms of Crohn's Disease While chronic diarrhea and other unbearable GI symptoms may be telltale signs of Crohn's disease, other common symptoms aren't quite so obvious. Maybe that's because this debilitating inflammatory disease of the GI tract can also wreak havoc on other systems in the body. "Crohn's can involve the entire GI tract from the mouth to the anus, as well as outside of the GI tract," says Ellen J. Scherl, MD, director of the Jill Roberts Center for Inflammatory Bowel Disease, a professor of clinical medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, and an attending physician at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. And because the symptoms of this autoimmune disease can mimic those of other conditions, various diagnostic tests may be necessary to get to the bottom of one's pain and discomfort. Here are 5 common signs to look out for, some more expected than others. (Heal your whole body with Rodale's 12-day liver detox for total body health.) Diarrhea Diarrhea that lasts for more than 4 weeks is one of the most common symptoms of Crohn's, and it's caused by chronic inflammation. That said, it's not always Crohn's. Other common causes include IBS, celiac disease, and lactose intolerance, says Scherl, which is why your doc will likely do a stool culture, colonoscopy, CT scan, blood test, or other diagnostic procedures. Abdominal pain They say it's all about location, location, location—and that's certainly true regarding Crohn's-related abdominal pain. "This disease presents in the right lower quadrant, below the belly button," says Scherl. This region houses the appendix and the ileum, aka the small intestine, which is the part of the GI tract most commonly affected by Crohn's disease. Scherl cautions that appendicitis pain also occurs in this lower right quadrant, but appendicitis pain is sharp and acute, whereas Crohn's disease is chronic and intermittent. (If you're doubled over with this lower right quadrant pain, seek medical attention immediately.) Weight loss This one makes a lot of sense: If you're having chronic diarrhea and it hurts to eat, of course you're going to lose weight. With Crohn's, sometimes the bowel can become obstructed by foods that are hard and are difficult to digest, like vegetables, corn, popcorn, and nuts. Kidney stones Kidney stones are an extraintestinal symptom of inflammatory bowel disease—that is, a symptom that occurs outside of the intestines. They can crop up because if the ileum is inflamed, it can disrupt fat absorption in the body, and calcium will bind to that fat to create kidney stones, says Scherl. Studies have shown that the frequency of kidney stones is higher in Crohn's patients than in the rest of the population. Changes in the eyes, mouth, and skin Here's another way Crohn's can wreak havoc outside of the intestines: All that inflammation can cause sores in the mouth and redness and puffiness of the eyes. You might also notice "red, raised areas [of the skin] that are tender; they may look like spider bites," says Scherl. Oddly enough, this systemic response can also cause skin tags. The American Academy of Dermatology also links psoriasis to Crohn's disease. {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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3 Early Warning Signs of Gallbladder Cancer - Gallbladder Symptoms
 
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3 Early Warning Signs of Gallbladder Cancer Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 3 Early Warning Signs of Gallbladder Cancer When caught early, gallbladder cancer is treatable with surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments. In many cases, the cancerous tumors can be completely removed. When treatment is complete, patients are typically required to undergo regular testing procedures such as computed tomography, or CT, scans and blood tests every six months. If symptoms recur, additional treatment methods may be recommended. Abdominal Symptoms Abdominal symptoms are common in gallbladder cancer, as the organ tends to enlarge when the cancer progresses. Abdominal symptoms may mimic other less serious conditions, which can lead to delayed diagnosis. Common abdominal symptoms of gallbladder cancer include upper right abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloating and black, tarry stools. Appetite Loss and Weight Loss While appetite loss and weight loss can occur for a variety of reasons, individuals with early-stage gallbladder cancer often lose weight rapidly without explanation. During this time, appetite loss and nausea are also common. Yellow Skin, Itching Individuals with gallbladder cancer may also experience symptoms of yellow skin and eyes, also referred to as jaundice, due to growing tumors that block the bile ducts. The buildup of bile can also cause severe skin itching all over the body. Jaundice is one of the more common symptoms of the condition, with almost half of all diagnosed individuals presenting with symptoms at the time of diagnosis. Conclusion Gallbladder cancer develops in the gallbladder, an organ in the body that sits directly beneath the liver. The gallbladder is essential in the digestive process, as it concentrates the liver bile that aids in digesting fats. In most cases, gallbladder cancer does not cause symptoms until the condition has spread, so early diagnosis can be challenging. Additionally, as of 2015, there are no early screening or blood tests that can accurately diagnose gallbladder cancer in its early stages. However, when the first noticeable symptoms develop, seeking immediate medical attention can ensure prompt detection and treatment. {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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10 Early Autism Symptoms in Young Children
 
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10 Early Autism Symptoms in Young Children 1. Disconnection to Others Children with autism often seem distant or disconnected to loved ones (for example, parents and siblings). For instance, they may seem to be emotionally disconnected from others and may not register the difference between facial cues. In other words, children with autism often don’t react any differently to a frown or scowl as they would to a smile or laugh. It’s important to keep in mind that autistic children are not disconnected emotionally themselves; they simply don’t understand or pick up on social cues as efficiently or quickly as other children. In addition to not reacting normally to the facial expressions and social cues of others, babies with autism also tend not to smile or react joyfully themselves. They also have a diminished or non-existent capacity for the normal back-and-forth sharing of sounds or facial expressions. Typically, these symptoms will manifest by the time the baby is about nine months old. 2. Apparent Lack of Empathy Another characteristic common to children with autism is that they have difficultly empathizing with others. While empathy is a fairly advanced emotion and it can be difficult to effectively detect and evaluate in babies and young children, there are specific cues you can look for. Generally speaking, autistic children seem to have difficulty understanding or appreciation situations from other people’s perspectives. This is because they think that everyone understands the world as they do, which can cause confusion or the inability to foresee or understand the actions of others. As with emotional disconnection, this does not happen because the child lacks the capacity for empathy. It is simply a sign of a developmental delay or disability which indicates the possibility of an autism spectrum condition. Autistic children tend to have a relatively narrow and limited range of emotions as well, and empathy may not yet be part of the child’s emotional vocabulary. 3. Indifferent to Human Interaction Most children are very social by nature. However, infants with autism don’t engage by staring at the faces of others, responding when hearing their name, mimicking facial expressions, or grasping at the fingers or hands of others during play. Instead, children with autism often just don’t seem very interested in engaging in normal developmental games and activities, including socializing and imitating other people. These symptoms typically begin to show when the child is one year to 18 months of age. As socialization with other children continues, the symptoms may become more pronounced and noticeable. For example, by the age of three, children normally want to play with toys and other kids; autistic children tend to have less interest in toys and seem perfectly happy to play alone. By the age of four, an autistic child may be completely ignoring other children when they’re in preschool or group play situations. 4. Emotional Outbursts 5. Delayed Language Development 6. Prone to Non-Verbal Communication 7. Difficulty Understanding Figurative Expressions 8. Repetitive Behaviors 9. Pica 10. Sensitivity to External Stimuli Help us to be better Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Stay Healthy: 1. The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRLeGCR-I54 2. 10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFgNPnRDogw 3. 16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpMW-3KOZ_o 10 Early Autism Symptoms in Young Children By Stay Healthy
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ALS Disease - Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis  Signs and Symptoms You Should Know
 
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ALS Disease - Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Signs and Symptoms Upper motor neurons normally send signals to lower motor neurons, which send signals to muscles. In ALS, both upper and lower motor neurons are lost. Upper motor neurons normally send signals to lower motor neurons, which send signals to muscles. In ALS, both upper and lower motor neurons are lost. ALS affects the upper motor neurons, which are in the brain, and the lower motor neurons, which are in the spinal cord and brainstem. Upper motor neuron degeneration generally causesspasticity (tightness in a muscle), while lower motor neuron degeneration causes muscle weakness, muscle atrophy(shrinkage of muscles) and twitching. These can occur in combination in ALS, as upper and lower motor neurons are being lost at the same time. ALS can affect people of any age, though it usually strikes in late middle age. ALS usually announces itself with persistent weakness or spasticity in an arm or leg, causing difficulty using the affected limb. Sometimes the problem originates in the muscles controlling speech or swallowing. It isn’t unusual for people to ignore such problems for some time at this stage, or to consult a physician who may be relatively unconcerned. However, the disease — if it’s truly ALS — generally spreads from one part of the body to another (almost always in parts adjacent to each other) so that eventually the problem can no longer be ignored. It’s at this point that people usually are referred to a neurologist, who will consider ALS among many other possible diagnoses. The involuntary muscles (such as those that control the heartbeat, gastrointestinal tract, bowel and bladder function) and sexual functions are not directly affected in ALS. However, prolonged inability to move and other effects of ALS can have an indirect impact. Hearing, vision and touch generally remain normal. Nor is pain a direct consequence of ALS, although pain can occur as a result of immobility and its various complications, especially if precautions such as daily range-of-motion exercises are not undertaken. Fasciculations are a common symptom of ALS. These persistent muscle twitches are generally not painful, but can be annoying or interfere with sleep. They are the result of the ongoing disruption of signals from the nerves to the muscles that occurs in ALS. Some with ALS experience painful muscle cramps, which can sometimes be alleviated with medication. Some people with ALS undergo alterations in their thinking or may exhibit uncharacteristic behavior changes, often referred to as frontotemporal dementia, or FTD. However memory loss, a hallmark of Alzheimer's-type dementia, is generally not a feature of most cognitive changes in ALS. Instead, the person with ALS might be irritable, inconsiderate, apathetic, ritualistic, impulsive or otherwise act in uncharacteristic ways. Another potential ALS symptom — not experienced by all — is a temporary lapse of control over emotional expressions such as laughing or crying, a phenomenon called pseudobulbar affect. Laughing or crying bouts, often triggered by the smallest of things, are more related to the disease process rather than to actual feelings of happiness or sadness. Medications such as Nuedexta and various other strategies can help manage this symptom. Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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Protect: Know the Signs and Symptoms of Infection
 
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Protect: Know the Signs and Symptoms of Infection During your chemotherapy treatment, your body may not be able to fight off infections like it used to. When your white blood cell counts are low, you must take infection symptoms seriously. Infection during chemotherapy can lead to hospitalization or deathh. Call your doctor right away if you notice any of the following signs and symptoms of an infection— Fever (this is sometimes the only sign of an infection). Chills and sweats. Change in cough or a new cough. Sore throat or new mouth sore. Shortness of breath. Nasal congestion. Stiff neck. Burning or pain with urination. Unusual vaginal discharge or irritation. Increased urination. Redness, soreness, or swelling in any area, including surgical wounds and ports. Diarrhea. Vomiting. Pain in the abdomen or rectumm. New onset of pain. Find out from your doctor when your white blood cell count is likely to be the lowest, since this is when you’re most at risk for infection. This usually occurs between 7 and 12 days after you finish each chemotherapy dose, and may last up to one week. Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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The 10 Most Common Brain Tumors
 
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The 10 Most Common Brain Tumors 1. Gliomas 2. Craniopharyngiomas 3. Lymphomas Lymphoma tumors can develop in the brain in response to cancer of the lymphatic system due to Hodgkin’s disease, which occurs when white blood cells (or lymphocytes) become cancerous. These types of cerebral lymphomas can also develop in individuals with low immune systems—as a result of AIDS or following a major surgery (i.e., organ transplant). 4. Haemangioblastomas Haemangioblastomas is typically genetic, meaning it’s prone to individuals with a family history of von Hippel Lindau syndrome (vHL), a disorder characterized by the development of fluid-filled cysts (or tumors) in different areas of the body. Haemangioblastomas tumors often develop in elder teens and young adults on the brain stem, but they don’t tend to spread. These tumors rarely become cancerous and only account for 2-percent of brain tumors, which makes them difficult to treat. 5. Meningiomas Meningiomas account for 25-percent of adult brain tumors. They develop in the tissues (more membranes) that surround and protect the brain, invading surrounding brain tissue and reoccurring even after surgical removed. However, luckily, the majority of meningiomas are benign, or non- cancerous. 6. Acoustic Neuromas Acoustic neuromas most often develop in elderly individuals. And because they affect balance and hearing (both common to aging) they often go undiagnosed for lengthy periods. These slow-growing tumors tend to develop on the nerve that runs from the ears to the brain, which is why hearing and balance are affected. The most telltale sign of a present acoustic neuromas tumor is loss of hearing in one ear. 7. Pineal Region Tumors Pineal region tumors are rare, making up only 1-percent of all brain tumors. They grow on the pineal gland, located just behind the top of the brain stem, restricting the body’s production of melatonin hormone. Common symptoms of pineal region tumors include inflammation and pressure inside the skull, issues with coordination and balance, enlargement of the skull, headaches, vomiting, and eyesight problems. 8. Germ Cell Tumors Most germ cell tumors develop outside the brain (in the chest or abdomen), but 2-percent still account for brain tumors that latch onto the pineal area of the brain, blocking fluid circulation. Germ cell tumors grow mostly in patients’ 10- to 18-years of age. Luckily, because this type of tumor emits certain chemicals; doctors can test for germ cell tumors using a simple blood test. 9. Pituitary Tumors Pituitary tumors account for 10-percent of all brain tumors. They amass in the pituitary gland, which is located right underneath the brain and directly behind the eyes. Due to the fact that the pituitary gland is the body’s master control, meaning it manages hormone release into the bloodstream, sending messages to vital organs such as the thyroid, ovaries, and testicles—pituitary tumors can cause a whole array of health woes—from vision loss to weight gain or loss and from mood swings to lowered sex drive. Luckily, the majority of pituitary tumors are benign. 10. Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumors Primitive neuroectodermal tumors (or PNETs) grow when a surplus of cells develop and accumulate in the womb, becoming cancerous in childhood and early adulthood. Medulloblastomas, the most common PNET, develop in the cerebellum and can quickly spread to other area of the brain as well as to the spinal cord. Symptoms of PNETs include vision and balance problems, morning headaches, nausea and vomiting, seizures, mood swings, and unexplained weight gain or loss. Help us to be better Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Stay Healthy: 1. The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRLeGCR-I54 2. 10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFgNPnRDogw 3. 16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpMW-3KOZ_o The 10 Most Common Brain Tumors By Stay Healthy
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9 Warning Signs and Symptoms of a Brain Aneurysm You Should Know
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 9 Warning Signs of a Brain Aneurysm A brain aneurysm can be classified as unruptured or ruptured. Brain aneurysms are potentially life-threatening, especially if they burst. Healthline describes a brain aneurysm as a weakening in an area of the brain’s arterial wall that causes it to bulge and fill with blood. Brain aneurysms can develop in anyone at any age. Several conditions and lifestyle choices are more likely to cause the development of a brain aneurysm including autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease, Marfan’s syndrome, some traumatic brain injuries, serious systemic infections, family history, smoking, drug abuse, atherosclerosis, and high blood pressure. In addition, women over 40 are at higher risk for developing a brain aneurysm. Brain damage or death can occur when a brain aneurysm ruptures. The Mayo Clinic has identified these nine warning signs of a ruptured brain aneurysm that necessitate immediate medical attention. 1. A sudden and severe headache 2. Nausea and vomiting 3. Stiff neck 4. Blurred or double vision 5. Sensitivity to light 6. Convulsive seizures 7. Drooping eyelid(s) 8. Loss of consciousness 9. Confusion According to the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, an estimated 50 to 80 percent of brain aneurysms do not rupture. Annually, about 30,000 people suffer from a ruptured brain aneurysm, with approximately 40 percent of cases resulting in death. WebMD explains that a brain aneurysm often is unruptured and small enough that a doctor may want to monitor it over time and watch for changes instead of performing surgery. Some unruptured brain aneurysms can cause pressure on the brain and lead to painful or disruptive symptoms such as headaches, blurred vision, neck pain, and speech changes. Some unruptured aneurysms do not cause any symptoms and may be found inadvertently while performing diagnostic testing for another condition. In order to diagnose and treat a brain aneurysm, a doctor may perform a CT scan or MRI. Treatment for a brain aneurysm depends on the size, location, and severity of the aneurysm, says Healthline. Pain medications are often prescribed to treat head and eye pain. Medication may also be prescribed to prevent blood vessel blockages or to relieve cranial pressure. Surgery may be performed to cut off blood flow to the brain aneurysm or to make repairs but only if the aneurysm is accessible. Survival and recovery rates increase when people seek immediate help after the rupture of a brain aneurysm. {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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6 Symptoms of Breast Cancer That Aren’t a Lump
 
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6 Symptoms of Breast Cancer That Aren’t a Lump Lumps get most of the attention when you think about the symptoms of breast cancer. You’ve probably heard that you should check your breasts regularly and be on the lookout for new or unusual bumps you can't remember being there before. If you do find one, don't panic—some women's breasts happen to be lumpy without it being a sign of cancer. But if it's a new lump, feels different from other lumps, or you just want some reassurance, it’s a good idea to get it looked at by a doctor. But there are other breast cancer signs you should know, too. “It’s not uncommon for breast cancer to present itself as something other than a lump,” Jack Jacoub, M.D., a medical oncologist and medical director of MemorialCare Cancer Institute at Orange Coast Medical Center in Fountain Valley, Calif., tells SELF, estimating that anywhere from 10 to 20 percent of breast cancers he's seen don't involve one. While the most common symptom of breast cancer is still a new bump or mass, according to the American Cancer Society, here are a few others that should be on your radar, too. 1. Skin dimpling. Tumors can be deep in your breast and cause inflammation around them that tethers to the ligaments and skin, Dennis Holmes, M.D., a breast cancer surgeon and researcher and interim director of the Margie Petersen Breast Center at John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, Calif., tells SELF. When this happens, part of your skin can be pulled in, creating a dimpled effect. This tends to be more obvious when your arms are raised, Dr. Holmes says, so make sure you also elevate your arms when you’re inspecting your breasts and bring this change up with your doctor. 2. Nipple retraction. Most women’s nipples stick out, but it’s possible to have inverted nipples, where your nipple is pulled into the breast. That’s no biggie from a medical standpoint. What is concerning, though, is if your nipple used to stick out and starts to get pulled inward. Nipple retraction can be caused by a tumor that’s located in the center of your breast, says Dr. Holmes. “It involves the milk ducts and causes them to shorten, pulling in the nipple, ” he explains. Like dimpling, this is more obvious when your arms are raised and is more than enough reason to check in with your doctor. 3. Nipple discharge. It’s important to take a few things into account with this one, says Dr. Jacoub. If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, it’s normal to have some nipple discharge. But if you’re not and you have bloody or clear discharge from your nipples, even when you're not squeezing them, it’s important to get it checked out, John Kiluk, M.D., F.A.C.S., a breast cancer surgeon at Moffitt Cancer Center, tells SELF. Keep in mind, though, that nipple discharge isn't automatically a sign that you have cancer. Noncancerous tumors in the breast, called papillomas, can cause a bloody discharge, according to the Mayo Clinic, and birth control, breast infections, and having fibrocystic (i.e., lumpy) breasts can also cause discharge. In any case, a medical professional can help you determine the cause and figure out the best course of treatment if necessary. 4. Breast asymmetry. It’s pretty likely that your boobs aren’t a perfectly-matched set, but if you start to see that one is suddenly becoming bigger than the other or its shape is changing somehow, it’s time to call your doctor. “The most important thing is noticing a change,” Dr. Kiluk says. A ductal or lobular breast cancer can cause asymmetry in your breasts, although weight gain and loss can as well. Bottom line: You won’t know what’s going on until you get it checked out. Help us to be better Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Stay Healthy: 1. The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRLeGCR-I54 2. 10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFgNPnRDogw 3. 16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpMW-3KOZ_o 6 Symptoms of Breast Cancer That Aren’t a Lump By Stay Healthy
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7 Warning Signs of a Brain Tumor You Should Know 💀 Brain Cancer Symptoms
 
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7 Warning Signs of a Brain Tumor Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 Brain tumors come in all shapes and sizes and so do their symptoms. "The key to a tumor's symptoms really depends on its location," says Theodore Schwartz, MD, a neurosurgeon with the Weill Cornell Brain and Spine Center. For example, if you have a tumor near the part of your brain that controls your arm or your eyesight, your symptoms may include limb weakness or blurry vision, Schwartz says. When you consider that every cell in your brain can form a tumor—and that your brain controls or interprets information from every part of your body—the list of possible tumor symptoms encompasses "almost anything imaginable," Schwartz says. Still, some signs and symptoms are more common than others. Here's what to watch out for. Seizures Regardless of your type of tumor, seizures are often one of the first signs of trouble. "Irritation from the tumor makes the [brain's] neurons fire uncontrollably, and you get abnormal movements," Schwartz says. Like tumors, seizures take many forms. You could experience whole-body convulsions, or jerking or flexing confined to one limb or one part of your face. Clumsiness If you find yourself fumbling with keys, missing steps, or struggling with your balance, that sort of clumsiness in your arms, legs, or hands could be a sign of trouble, Schwartz says. Problems speaking, swallowing, or controlling your facial expressions are some of the ways clumsiness could show up in or around your head, he adds. Numbness Like clumsiness, losing feeling in a part of your body or face is something to keep an eye on, Schwartz says. Particularly if a tumor forms on the brain stem—the place where your brain connects with your spinal cord—you may experience loss of feeling or clumsy movements. Changes in memory or thinking While it's true that tumors can cause big shifts in a person's behavior or personality, the types of radical transformations you sometimes hear about—or see in movies—are uncommon, Schwartz says. People with tumors are more likely to have issues remembering things, to feel confused, or to suffer less-dramatic thinking problems, he says. Nausea Feeling queasy or sick to your stomach, especially if those symptoms are persistent and unexplained, could be a sign of a tumor, Schwartz says. Vision changes Blurry vision, double vision, and loss of vision are all associated with tumors, Schwartz says. You may also see floating spots or shapes or what's known as an "aura." Not usually headaches Breathe easy. Despite what most of us would assume, headaches are often not an early indicator of a brain tumor. "They could come on with a very large tumor, but they're not usually one of the first symptoms to emerge," Schwartz says. Everything else you need to know What causes a tumor? Schwartz says some genetic disorders can lead to brain tumors. "But the majority of tumors arise in people with no known risk factors or predisposing factors," he explains. Children and adults over 60 are more likely to develop tumors, but "everyone is at risk at any age," he adds. Despite what you may have heard, cell phones are not a known risk factor. "That's a common misconception, but there's no compelling evidence that pushes us to consider a link between cell phones and tumors," he says. For large or malignant brain tumors, treatments could involve surgery, medications, radiation, or chemotherapy. The good news: Not all brain tumors are serious. "Many tumors are small and benign, and require no treatment," Schwartz explains. "If we find one, we'll just monitor it for growth or changes." {The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information. we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need}.
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8 Common Causes of Immune Disorders
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 8 Common Causes of Immune Disorders Your body’s immune system protects you from disease and infection, but when you suffer from an immune disorder; your immune system becomes dysfunctional and leaves the body prone to attack by invading germs and infection—typically by become over- or under-active. The most commonly known immune disorders are Lupus (affecting the connective tissues), Type one diabetes (affects insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas), Rheumatoid arthritis (the chronic inflammation of the flexible joints), and Multiple sclerosis (the chronic inflammation of spinal cord and brain tissues). There are over 80 different types of immune disorders, and even though direct causes are still a medical mystery, doctors consider the following links as increased risk factors… 1. Heredity Studies link heredity to a higher chance of developing an immune disorder. For instance, if one parent has an immune disease (i.e., type one diabetes) their children’s risk for inheriting that same disorder increases significantly. 2. Age Immune disorders typically show themselves during childhood and teen years. Take Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, a type of rheumatoid arthritis, primarily affects those under the age of 18. 3. Hormones Medical research has also found a link between the levels of certain naturally occurring hormones within the body, and the risk of developing certain immune illnesses. 4. Genetic Mutations In addition to your family history increasing your risk of developing an immune disorder, your specific genetic make-up can also have an effect. Studies suspect that your genes count for raising the risk of immune disorders by one-third. 5. Environment The idea that immune diseases can be triggered by the surrounding environment has always been speculated. Many scientists point to the onset of an infection or certain toxins as the initiator. 6. Race Race can also predispose you to certain immune diseases, particularly for those of African-Americans (i.e., for lupus and scleroderma), and Caucasians (i.e., for type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis). 7. Related Illnesses It’s known that individuals who have an existing immune disorder are prone to developing multiple related illnesses. Take for example patients with Type 1 Diabetes being at greater risk of Celiac Disease (which affects the small intestine). 8. Gender Your sexx (along with related factors) may also predispose you to an immune disease, with adolescent girls and females in their early 20s being 3 times more likely to develop an immune disease compared to males in the same age group. 8 Common Causes of Immune Disorders
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6 Signs And Symptoms of Fibromyalgia You Should Know
 
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Descriptions Signs Of Signs and Symptoms of Fibromyalgia: Fibromyalgia is one such disease. It is a disorder of the muscles, joints and fibrous tissues fibromyalgia back pain and fibromyalgia weight loss. People often describe it as a state of feeling perpetually sick. Fibromyalgia affects about 2 to 8 percent of the global population and can occur at any age, according to a 2014 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. It is more common in women than men. Because its symptoms resemble common, everyday illnesses that could indicate just about anything, people tend not to view them as a sign of something more serious. Here are 6 signs and symptoms of fibromyalgia you should know. 1. Persistent Widespread Body Pain. This is one of the main symptoms of fibromyalgia. People with fibromyalgia suffer a persistent body ache that is spread out around 18 specific parts of the body. These body parts may be sore when touched or lightly pressed upon. Patients of fibromyalgia have chronic widespread pain and report about 11 to 18 tender body points, according to a 2007 study published in the Journal of Rheumatology. Although the intensity of pain varies from person to person, it is generally described as a shooting muscular pain. 2. Fatigue Persistent fatigue is another key symptom of fibromyalgia and is the second most common one. Fatigue is one of the most common complaints among fibromyalgia patients, but it has received less attention than chronic body pain, according to a 2013 study published in Arthritis Research and Therapy and fibromyalgia and muscle cramps fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. 3. Sleep Disturbances People with fibromyalgia have trouble falling asleep, and when they do, they have trouble maintaining sound sleep and wake up feeling unrefreshed and low on energy. Non-restorative sleep, thus, is another classic symptom of fibromyalgia, and clinical sleep studies also reveal that fibromyalgia patients report erratic rhythms characteristic of disturbed sleep, according to a 2015 study published in Nature Reviews Rheumatology. In fibromyalgia patients, fibromyalgia and sleep ,bearing the pain and non-restorative sleep combo is a Herculean trial. On the one hand, pain inhibits sleep, and on the other hand lack of sleep increases pain. 4. Headaches Headaches are a common symptom, occurring in about half of patients of fibromyalgia, according to a 2005 study published in Clinical Rheumatology. Out of 100 fibromyalgia patients, 76 percent reported headaches as a commonly occurring symptom, with 84 percent reporting intense headaches and 63 percent experiencing migraines, the study further notes. Chronic migraines (acute pain on one side of the head, often accompanied by nausea and an aversion to bright lights and loud noise) and chronic tension-type (regular) headaches are commonly symptoms of fibromyalgia. 5. Depression & Anxiety Fibromyalgia patients may have a hard time keeping their spirits high. In fact, patients of fibromyalgia are at a significantly higher risk of becoming depressed, and depressed people are at a higher risk of developing fibromyalgia, according to a 2015 study published in The Journal of Pain. Depression in fibromyalgia patients poses a serious risk of intensifying other symptoms, as a depressed person will find it harder to cope with other struggles. It can seriously wreck one’s mental well-being and make the person feel hopeless and like a victim of the disease. 6. Sensory Overload People suffering from fibromyalgia are often sensitive to cold temperatures, noise, bright light, and movement. In fact, this complex disorder is linked to multiple chemical sensitivities (being hypersensitive to certain chemicals and smells) fibromyalgia therapy. 6 Signs And Symptoms Of Fibromyalgia Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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