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घबराहट विकार या ऐंगज़ाइटी | Hindi
 
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डॉ. कपूर -चिन्ता , डर ,व्यग्रता विकार उसके कारण, बचाव और उपचार के बारे में बताते हैं। Anxiety Disorder- Types, Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis Dr Kapur talks about Anxiety in todays world – The Causes, Prevention and Treatment. Modasta provides you authenticated health care articles, information and doctor videos. Get the accurate healthcare information. Like us! https://www.facebook.com/modasta Tweet us! https://twitter.com/ModastaHealth
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Prophylactic drugs for Migraine
 
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neurobion forte tablet| कमजोर नसों की सबसे असरदार दवाई | uses, side effects, price review in hindi
 
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Migraines and Vertigo - Mayo Clinic
 
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Vertigo. It feels like the room is spinning around you. Many bouts of vertigo are caused by crystals in your inner ear that come loose. But for some vertigo sufferers, the dizziness happens thanks to migraine, the same condition that can cause severe headaches. To learn more, visit http://mayocl.in/2hmsCmC.
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GABA Neurotransmitters, Anxiety, and the Dangers of Benzodiazepines
 
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Dr. Von Stieff explains the dangers of what benzodiazepines do and how these GABA drugs, like Xanax and diazepam, can lead to prescription addiction and even cause alcoholics to relapse. Learn how benzodiazepine effects on GABA neurotransmitters can actually incite anxiety.
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Drug Suffixes | NCLEX Review (2019)
 
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What is tension headache in hindi | how to control tension | Emotional strain | what is tension 2018
 
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Hello Doston, Mera naam hai sourabh aur aap dekh rahe ho 'Fact Fiction' aur aaj mai aapko bataunga ki tension kya hota hai aur ise control kaise kare . What is tension and how to control it . how to control tension . Meditation video link - https://youtu.be/CPbJe7y8dhI *************************************************************** Please Like , Share and Subscribe to my channel *************************************************************** Music Credit: Divider by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/divider/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/ Fact Fiction More information: Tension headache, also known as tension-type headache, is the most common type of primary headache. The pain can radiate from the lower back of the head, the neck, eyes, or other muscle groups in the body typically affecting both sides of the head. Tension-type headaches account for nearly 90% of all headaches. Pain medication, such as aspirin and ibuprofen, are effective for the treatment of tension headache.[1][2] Tricyclic antidepressants appear to be useful for prevention.[3] Evidence is poor for SSRIs, propranolol, and muscle relaxants.[4][5] As of 2013 tension headaches affect about 1.6 billion people (20.8% of the population)[6] and are more common in women than men (23% to 18% respectively). Tension-type headache pain is often described as a constant pressure, as if the head were being squeezed in a vise. The pain is frequently present on both sides of the head at the same time. Tension-type headache pain is typically mild to moderate, but may be severe. According to the third edition of the International Classification of Headache Disorders,[8] the attacks must meet the following criteria: A duration of between 30 minutes and 7 days. At least two of the following four characteristics: bilateral location pressing or tightening (non-pulsating) quality mild or moderate intensity not aggravated by routine physical activity such as walking or climbing stairs Both of the following: no nausea or vomiting no more than one of photophobia (sensitivity to bright light) or phonophobia (sensitivity to loud sounds) Tension-type headaches may be accompanied by tenderness of the scalp on manual pressure during an attack. Based on frequency, tension-type headaches can be sub-classified as Infrequent episodic: occurring less than once per month on average, or less than 12 episodes a year; Frequent episodic: occurring between 1-14 times per month on average for at least 3 months; Chronic: occurring 15 times a month for at least 3 months Various precipitating factors may cause tension-type headaches in susceptible individuals:[9] Stress: usually occurs in the afternoon after long stressful work hours or after an exam Sleep deprivation Uncomfortable stressful position and/or bad posture Irregular meal time (hunger) Eyestrain[not in citation given] Tension-type headaches may be caused by muscle tension around the head and neck. Another theory is that the pain may be caused by a malfunctioning pain filter which is located in the brain stem. The view is that the brain misinterprets information—for example from the temporal muscle or other muscles—and interprets this signal as pain. One of the main neurotransmitters that is probably involved is serotonin. Evidence for this theory comes from the fact that chronic tension-type headaches may be successfully treated with certain antidepressants such as nortriptyline. However, the analgesic effect of nortriptyline in chronic tension-type headache is not solely due to serotonin reuptake inhibition, and likely other mechanisms are involved. Recent studies of nitric oxide (NO) mechanisms suggest that NO may play a key role in the pathophysiology of CTTH.[10] The sensitization of pain pathways may be caused by or associated with activation of nitric oxide synthase (NOS) and the generation of NO. Patients with chronic tension-type headache have increased muscle and skin pain sensitivity, demonstrated by low mechanical, thermal and electrical pain thresholds. Hyperexcitability of central nociceptive neurons (in trigeminal spinal nucleus, thalamus, and cerebral cortex) is believed to be involved in the pathophysiology of chronic tension-type headache.[11] Recent evidence for generalized increased pain sensitivity or hyperalgesia in CTTH strongly suggests that pain processing in the central nervous system is abnormal in this primary headache disorder. Moreover, a dysfunction in pain inhibitory systems may also play a role in the pathophysiology of chronic tension-type headache.[12] If other treatment is not working, a health care provider may use an MRI to confirm a more complicated diagnosis (i.e. New daily persistent headache). Thanks for Watching
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Tension Headache Relief with Ayurvedic ||తలనొప్పి చిటికెలో తగ్గాలంటే||Dr T Venu Gopal
 
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For More Videos : youtube.com/c/careandcure5 For Youtube Subscription: https://www.youtube.com/c/careandcure5?sub_confirmation=1 Amruthadi Kashayam for all Types of Headaches - By Dr T Venu Gopal headache - Authentic Ayurvedic Remedies in Telugu by Dr T Venu Gopal Headache Home Remedies - Ayurvedic Natural Home Remedies for Migraine & Headache Cure Sir Dard, Migraine Pain, Headache Problem, सिर दर्द का इलाज- by Dr T Venu Gopal Headache - Ayurveda Herbs Natural Remedies : Tension, Cluster Headache Natural Remedies Tension headache Ayurveda Treatment Dr.T.Venugopal Rao Top 3 Headache Home Remedies Natural Methods to cure Headache - Dr T Venu Gopal Cluster Headaches and Ayurvedic Treatment in Telugu by Dr T Venu Gopal एक मिनट में सिरदर्द से राहत - One Minute Headache Cure InTelugu Headache Tips - Migraine Tension Sinus Headache treatment - Quick Tips by Dr T Venu Gopal Tension Headache Relief with Simple Stretches - Ask Dr T Venu Gopal Easy Technique To Release Tension Headaches Migraine treatment in hindi head pain headache at home yoga ayurveda exercise తలనొప్పి చిటికెలో తగ్గాలంటే.. I Headache I Thala Noppi Thaggalante I care and cure Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies For Migraine Headaches Treatment of Migraine by Dr T Venu Gopal Symptoms and treatment of Tension Headaches - Dr T Venu Gopal Cure for Headache - Dr T Venu Gopal Tension Headache Relief with Ayurvedic తలనొప్పి చిటికెలో తగ్గాలంటే Tension headache, also known as tension-type headache, is the most common type of primary headache. The pain can radiate from the lower back of the head, the neck, eyes, or other muscle groups in the body typically affecting both sides of the head. Tension-type headaches account for nearly 90% of all headaches. Pain medication such as aspirin and ibuprofen, are effective for the treatment of tension headache.Tricyclic antidepressants appear to be useful for prevention.Evidence is poor for SSRIs, propranolol, and muscle relaxants. As of 2013 tension headaches affect about 1.6 billion people (20.8% of the population)and are more common in women than men (23% to 18% respectively). Various precipitating factors may cause tension-type headaches in susceptible individuals: • Stress: usually occurs in the afternoon after long stressful work hours or after an exam • Sleep deprivation • Uncomfortable stressful position and/or bad posture • Irregular meal time (hunger) • Eyestrain Tension-type headaches may be caused by muscle tension around the head and neck. Another theory is that the pain may be caused by a malfunctioning pain filter which is located in the brain stem. The view is that the brain misinterprets information—for example from the temporal muscle or other muscles—and interprets this signal as pain. One of the main neurotransmitters that is probably involved is serotonin. Evidence for this theory comes from the fact that chronic tension-type headaches may be successfully treated with certain antidepressants such as nortriptyline. However, the analgesic effect of nortriptyline in chronic tension-type headache is not solely due to serotonin reuptake inhibition, and likely other mechanisms are involved. Recent studies of nitric oxide(NO) mechanisms suggest that NO may play a key role in the pathophysiology of CTTH.The sensitization of pain pathways may be caused by or associated with activation of nitric oxide synthase (NOS) and the generation of NO. Patients with chronic tension-type headache have increased muscle and skin pain sensitivity, demonstrated by low mechanical, thermal and electrical pain thresholds. Hyperexcitability of central nociceptive neurons (in trigeminal spinal nucleus, thalamus, and cerebral cortex) is believed to be involved in the pathophysiology of chronic tension-type headache. Recent evidence for generalized increased pain sensitivity or hyperalgesia in CTTH strongly suggests that pain processing in the central nervous system is abnormal in this primary headache disorder. Moreover, a dysfunction in pain inhibitory systems may also play a role in the pathophysiology of chronic tension-type headache. If other treatment is not working, a health care provider may use an MRI to confirm a more complicated diagnosis
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Critical Care Paramedic 6:  Toxicology
 
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This Wisconsin Critical Care Paramedic module covers toxicology as associated with critical care interfacility transports.
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