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  • 13.11.16

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    Posted in Herbs By Doctor T
    REMOVE POLLUTION WITH THE HELP OF HOUSEPLANTS

    People always assume that the air inside of their home is cleaner than the air
    outside, but that often isn’t the case. In fact, there is a good chance that
    the air inside of your home is far worse than the air outside. According to
    information from the EPA, the air inside is actually about two to five times
    worse inside of your home.

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  • 18.04.16

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    PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME (PMS)

    PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME

     

    Premenstrual syndrome is a disease that affects 30-40% of women about ten days before the start of menstruation.

    The symptoms include physical and psychological factors such as:

     

     

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  • 18.04.16

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    MENOPAUSE

    MENOPAUSE

    Menopause is the cessation of menstruation in women. In other words, menopause is the point in a woman's life at which the formation of the ovaries ceases and she can no longer become pregnant. 

    Menopause appears between the ages of 45 and 55 years but sometimes it can occur earlier around 40 years. Most women reach menopause at the age of 51. After twelve months of menstrual period’s absence we can say that a woman has a menopause.

    The time before menopause is referred to as perimenopause, and the time after menopause is referred to as postmenopause.

    Perimenopause is often accompanied by irregularities in the menstrual cycle. It may begin up to 10 years before the last menstrual period and can onset the typical symptoms of early menopause.

    Menopause is not a disease; it is a natural situation in every woman’s life.

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  • 18.04.16

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    Bedsores

     

    A bed or pressure sore is a deep ulcer caused by prolonged pressure on the skin. This often occurs when a person lies in bed or sits in a chair for a long time restricting circulation. This has as result the cell destruction in the underlying tissue, the breaking down of the skin and the formation of an open ulcer.

    Bedsores are most often found on skin that covers bony areas, such as the heels, ankles, buttocks, hips, sacrum, tailbone, and in every place that the skin can be fold over itself. 

    Bedsores can develop quickly. Their treatment may be from easy to very hard. For this reason it is important to inspect daily the skin of the patient in order to prevent them.

    The most vulnerable to develop pressure sores are people who stay for a long time to bed or to a wheelchair.

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  • 18.04.16

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    Leg ulcers

     

    Leg ulcers are open sores that develop on deteriorated areas of skin. They refer to full thickness skin loss on the leg or foot due to causes such as poor circulation, bacterial infection, or varicose veins. Ulcers may be provoked by pressure or injury on the calf or the foot.

    Leg ulcers may be acute or chronic. Acute ulcers are defined as those that the injuries follow the normal phases of healing in 2-3 weeks. Chronic ulcers are those that the injuries, due to an underlying problem, do not heal and the affected area increases in size. They need more than 3 weeks to heal.

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  • 14.04.16

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    Periodontal disease

     

    Teeth are supported by the gums and bone. Our mouths are full of bacteria. These bacteria, along with mucus and other particles, constantly form a sticky, colorless “plaque” on teeth. Brushing and flossing help get rid of plaque.

    Periodontal means “located around a tooth”. Periodontal disease is a chronic infection of the gums, bone, and other tissues that surround and support the teeth. The infection begins when the body's immune system is overwhelmed.

    Periodontal diseases are often classified according to their severity. They range from mild gingivitis, to more severe periodontitis.

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  • 14.04.16

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    INSECT BITES

     

    Many bites and stings are defensive. Insects sting to protect their hives, nests or themselves against a perceived threat.

    Bites and stings from insects are common and cause small reactions limited to the area of the bite. Most of these bites are a mere nuisance.

    A sting or a bite by bees, hornets, wasps, ticks, fleas, mosquitoes, spiders, fire ants, will be accompanied by a small amount of venom that causes most of the itching and pain associated with sting.

    Sometimes a bite or a sting may cause an allergic reaction known as anaphylactic shock. In this case you need immediately a clinic treatment.

    Insect bites and stings may be a serious problem in case that insect carries infectious agents or diseases, such as Malaria, Lyme disease, or Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

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  • 14.04.16

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    ROSACEA

    Rosacea is a common, chronic, inflammatory, life-disruptive skin disease that most often affects the forehead, the nose, the chin and the cheeks. It begins with a tendency to redness or flushing with small bumps and sometimes pimples. It is characterized by flare-ups and remissions.

    Rosacea is also known as “acne rosacea” because the inflammation looks like acne.

    Rosacea generally onset in patients between the ages of 30 and 50 years. The majority of them onsets white women. When it appears in men is more severe than in women.

    Rosacea is often divided into four subtypes which are:

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  • 14.04.16

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    PSORIASIS

     

    Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disorder, which affects men and women equally, and it appears between ages twenty and thirty-five. It is primarily an immune system disorder.

    The affected area can range of a few spots of scaling to larger scaly patches of skin on the knees, elbows, arms, ears back and scalp. The color of these patches is red to brown. Psoriasis can also affect the nails and can cause arthritis.

    It is a hereditary, non contagious disease.

    Psoriasis is linked with the rapid skin cells reproduction. The new skin cells onset too rapidly so the dead skin cells cannot be shed. The accumulated pileup of cells, creates the characteristic silvery scales.

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  • 14.04.16

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    RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic, auto-immune, inflammatory condition that primarily affects the small joints of the hands, and feet. Over time symptoms influence the wrists, ankles, elbows, knees, and shoulders. In most cases, symptoms occur in the same joints on both sides of your body.

    Rheumatoid arthritis occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks the synovial membrane. The result of this attack is a painful swelling that can eventually destroy the cartilage and the bone. Rheumatoid arthritis can also cause joints deformation and shifting out of place.

    RA can cause inflammation to other organs of the body, such as the membrane around the heart, the whites of the eye, the blood vessels and the membranes of the lung.

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