Types and Benefits of Vitamin B

VITAMIN B is water-soluble based and it cannot be stored in our body. It usually gets flushed out through urine, so regular intake of vitamin B is essential to boost energy .It is a family of total eight vitamins which works together in our body to process the food we eat. It is an important […]

Dehydration

What is Dehydration?

A dehydration reaction is a process in which you tend to lose more bodily fluids (mostly water) than its intake [1]. During dehydration, the total amount of water lost by our body is greater than the amount that we drink throughout the day. Chronic dehydration lasts longer than acute dehydration and usually persists for a day. A person might die if he/she loses fluids exceeding 10% of the body weight. Read more about Dehydration

Easy Practices for Bodybuilding at Home Effectively

You’re an extremely health-conscious individual and make it a point to keep aside half an hour out of your busy schedule exclusively for physically exerting yourself. Nevertheless of late, you’ve been taken in by the jetsetter life of some celebrated bodybuilders and have set your sights on developing a six-pack torso. However, neither do you’ve the time or inclination nor the wherewithal to sign up for a five-day-a-week training program at the gym. Read more about Easy Practices for Bodybuilding at Home Effectively

Rectal Prolapse

Rectal Prolapse: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Precautions

As the name suggest, it is a situation when the rectum, which is located above the anus and is the lower end of the colon, loses its elasticity and collapses. Sometimes the rectum can even protrude outside the body. The tissues of the rectum may come outside only during the bowel movements or while sneezing or it may remain outside at all times. It is most common among the elderly, especially women and also children below 6 years of age. One of the main causes for the prolapsed rectum is the weakening of the anal sphincter. Read more about Rectal Prolapse: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Precautions

Red light therapy: Causes, Symptoms, Precautions & Care

Ohh!!! What a nightmare…. Getting up in the morning, one fine day and seeing wrinkles, under eye circles, dark patches and sagging skin. Even a hint of any of these signs of ageing is enough to start looking for immediate remedies. Well there is help to reverse this clock, which is not only cost effective but also with no side effects and minimum time consuming to gives back the fountain of youth. Welcome to The Red LED Light Therapy technology, a breakthrough in slowing down the ageing process and simultaneously rejuvenating the skin. Read more about Red light therapy: Causes, Symptoms, Precautions & Care

Restless Leg Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Precautions

A benign condition (neurological disorder) of unknown origin characterized by intense disagreeable feelings in the legs at rest, creating an irritating sensation of uneasiness, tiredness, and itching deep within the muscles of the legs. The only thing that provides relief from the discomfort is to move the legs by stretching them or getting up and walking around on them. It usually occurs prior to sleep onset, or when the legs are at rest. This disorder most commonly affects the legs but arms, torso, and phantom limbs could be affected too. This disorder interrupts the sleep cycle and is one of the primary causes of insomnia and can severely reduce the quality of life. Read more about Restless Leg Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Precautions

Retina Detachment: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, & Virectomy

A medical emergency, to say the least. It is the condition when the retina of the eye breaks away from its support, causing blindness, if not treated on time. In medical terms it is a condition in which the sensory glands of the retina separate from its choroid, the wall of the eye which provides oxygen, blood and nutrients to the retina. The retina, which is light sensitive and thin tissue, converts the light entering the eye through the lens, to electric waves and sends them to the brain via the optic nerve. As soon as the symptoms are noticed it should be immediately treated, for the retina upon not receiving oxygen for a long time, may cause a greater risk of eye damage Read more about Retina Detachment: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, & Virectomy

Rhabdomyolysis: Symptoms, Causes, Precautions, Diagnosis, Treatment

Rhabdomyolysis, literally pronounced as rhab·do·my·ol·y·sis, is a disorder which damages the integrity of the sarcolemma of skeletal muscles which results in the release of myoglobin and other breakdown products into the bloodstream. In other words, it is a condition in which injury to skeletal muscle tissue causes it to quickly break down resulting in the release of large quantities of potentially toxic muscle cell components into the circulation. Read more about Rhabdomyolysis: Symptoms, Causes, Precautions, Diagnosis, Treatment

What is Round Ligament Pain?

The uterus which is surrounded by round ligaments tends to grow during pregnancy. As a result of that, the ligaments thicken and stretch to support and accommodate the uterus. This causes pain on either sides or one side of the hip or abdomen area. The pain generally occurs during 2nd trimester of pregnancy. The pain commonly occurs as a stabbing pain or as short jabbing feeling when the person tries to change position. Simple activities like getting off the bed, getting off the chair, or rolling in bed can cause this pain to happen. Some pregnant women also complain of pain in their groin areas. This is an internal pain and considered to be absolutely normal during pregnancy.   Read more about What is Round Ligament Pain?