Treatment of Strokes

Treatment of Strokes

How the Stoke can be Treated? Hemorrhagic stroke: It’s treatment includes efforts to control bleeding, reduce pressure in the brain, and stabilize blood pressure. To stop the bleeding, you may be given medicine or a transfusion of parts of blood, such as plasma. You will be closely examined for the signs of increased pressure on […]

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Symptoms of Stroke

Symptoms of Stroke

What are the Symptoms of Strokes? If you have symptoms of a stroke, call emergency services immediately. Symptoms of a stroke include: Sudden numbness weakness loss of movement in your facial area loss of movement in upper limbs, or legs too. loss of movement especially on only one side of your body. major vision changes. […]

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Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

Symptoms of Alzheimer's

What are the Symptoms of Alzheimer’s? There are many kinds of Symptoms of Alzheimer’s. It usually occurs in old age but that doesn’t means that it can’t attack a comparatively young person. The early-onset Alzheimer’s, include problems with a persons memory, the power of judgment and quality of thinking is effected greatly. The doctors differentiate […]

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Treatment of Alzheimer’s

Treatment of Alzheimer's

The treatment works best if the Alzheimer’s is in early stages. Physical activity can help your loved one keep some muscle strength and coordination. It might also boost his mood and help him feel less anxious. Check with his doctor to learn which types of exercise are appropriate. Repetitive activities, like walking, gardening, or even […]

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How is Alzheimer’s Diagnosed?

How is Alzheimer's Diagnosed?

One thing must be understood that there is no proper way to diagnose Alzheimer’s & no simple test for this disease, so the doctor will rely on you to describe the changes in your loved one. A mental status test, sometimes called a “mini-cog,” or other screening tests can measure his mental skills and short-term memory. […]

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Masturbation-Normal OR Harmful

Masturbation-Normal or Harmful

Is Masturbation Normal or Harmful? Masturbation is only considered a problem when it inhibits sexual activity with a partner, causes significant distress to the person or is done in public. It may cause distress if it interferes with daily life and activities. While it once was regarded as a perversion and a sign of a mental […]

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Myths about Masturbation

Myths about Masturbation

What are the Myths about Masturbation? Masturbation does not result in negative short or long term physical effects on health. It does not affect fertility or cause sexual dysfunction such as erectile dysfunction [impotence], female sexual dysfunction. Here are a number of common myths about masturbation that are not true. These misconceptions include the following: […]

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Treatment of Allergies

Treatment of Allergies

How to Treat Allergies? In general, sadly there is no cure proper for “Allergies” but there are several types of Medicines available. Medications can only help to ease and treat annoying symptoms like congestion and runny nose. These drugs include anti-Histamines, Decongestants, combination drugs, corticosteroids, and many others. Antihistamines: Antihistamines have been used for years to treat many kinds […]

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Symptoms of Allergies

What are the Symptoms of Allergies? Al the types described above show different types of symptoms i.e the air, your skin, food, or  an insect sting show different types of symptoms. SKIN Allergy Symptoms: The Allergies related to skin or nasal include the following symptoms: Itchy, watery eyes. Rashes. Hives. Itchy Nose Feeling tired or ill Sneezing […]

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How can the Bird Flu prevented?

How can the Bird Flu prevented?

The World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are preparing for the possibility that bird flu could spread to people all over the world in what is called a pandemic. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved human vaccines to protect against bird flu.International health organizations now require […]

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