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  • 14.04.16

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    Burn injuries

     

    Burns are among the most common traumatic skin injuries, especially in children. The skin is the largest organ of the human body. It plays, among other things, an important role in the fluid and temperature regulation of the body; and it also acts as a first body’s defence against bacteria and viruses.

    Burn is a break in the skin in which many of the affected cells die. As larger is the injured area, so lesser is the skin ability to maintain the control of the stated reasons.

    The amount of damage that a burn can cause depends upon its location, its depth, and how much of the body surface area involves.

    There are three basic classifications of skin burns based upon their depth.

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    HEADACHE

     

    A headache is gradual or sudden pain of a mild, steady or dull aching anywhere in the region of the head. Headaches may occur on one or both sides of the head or be isolated to a certain location

    Caution: Headaches can also be a sign of an underlying serious illness.

    Headaches are as common as the common cold and flu. They can arise from numerous causes such as:

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  • 14.04.16

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    VARICOSE VEINS

     

    Varicose veins are veins that have become bluish, swollen, enlarged and twisted. This happens most commonly in the veins in the legs. Varicose veins are the result of malfunctioning valves inside the veins.

    Veins are blood vessels that return deoxygenated blood from the outer parts of the body back to the heart and lungs.

    Veins in the leg are either superficial (close to the skin) or deep (encased by muscle and connective tissue. In this case you must necessarily consult your doctor).

    Varicose veins affect nearly 50% of middle-aged adults, and 60% of them are women.

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  • 14.04.16

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    Ringworm 

    Many bacteria and fungi live on our body. Some of these can cause infections. Ringworm is a common fungal infection also known as tinea, which occurs when a type of fungus called dermatophytes grows and multiplies on the surface of the skin.

    Ringworm lives on the outer layers of the skin, nails, and scalp. It is characterized by a red ring of small blisters or of scaly skin. When the fungus affects an area it spreads out so new rings are developed at the edge of the old ring.

    Ringworm occurs in people of all ages, bur children are the most prone. Ringworm is very contagious and can be passed from person to person by contact with infected skin areas or by sharing personal care items.

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    Candida

    Candida albicans is a single-celled fungus (a species of yeast) found as part of the normal microflora in the human digestive tract. This yeast is normally found in small amounts in the human body and is keeping in check by the bacteria and other microorganisms that make up our microbiome. Its overgrowth in the gastrointestinal tract can cause a yeast infection known as candidiasis.

    Candidiasis affects both men and women, but women are eight times more likely to experience candidiasis due to the use of birth control pills or if they are pregnant.

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  • 14.04.16

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    Infected Nails 

    Nails are a horn-like envelope covering the tips of the fingers and toes. They are made of a tough protective protein called keratin. Healthy nails beds are pink, indicating a rich blood supply.

    Nails abnormalities indicate nutritional deficiencies or an underlying disorder. Nail infections increase with aging.

    Bacteria, fungi and viral warts which can infect the nail causing problems such as discoloration, dryness, distortion or pain, enter the nail when it is cut, exposed to irritating chemicals or crushed.

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  • 13.04.16

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    Fungal Infection

    Fungi are one of four major groups of microorganisms (bacteria, parasites, fungi and parasites).

    Although fungal diseases can affect anyone, even people who are otherwise healthy, travellers and people who have weakened immune system, such as those who have cancer, diabetes, or HIV are more vulnerable. Prone to fungal infections are also women who take oral contraceptives, people who take antibiotics and there is also a strong tendency to recur an infection in many people after effective clearing with medication.

    Fungal diseases are caused by fungi that are common in the environment. Fungi live in soil, on plants and on trees as well as on human skin. Some types are contagious some others are not.

    Fungal infections may occur on the surface of the skin, in warm and moist areas, in small or large areas, or they may penetrate into the body such as the lungs (causing flu or tuberculosis), the bloodstream, the colon or others.

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    Warts

     

    Warts are small, self-limited benign (non cancerous) skin growths caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection.

    Warts are generally painless and can affect any part of the body. Because of being contagious they may spread from one to another body area. They also can spread from person to person. It often takes a few months for warts to grow large enough to see.

    Anyone can get warts. The virus also needs to have a point of entry into the skin. The most prone people are:

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    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common painful disease associated by repetitive motions of the wrists which is linked to continuous rapid use of the fingers. A disorder that affect many people today and it is considered as the curse of modern existence. It results by the compression of the median nerve which controls the feeling and the movement of parts of the hand such as the thumb muscles. This compression is the result of increased pressure on the median tendons in the carpal tunnel. The carpal tunnel is a small opening below the surface of the wrist through which the median nerve passes. Anything that puts pressure on the median nerve can lead to CTS.

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    HAIR LOSS

    The human scalp has between 100.000 and 350.000 hair follicles. These hair follicles undergo cyclical phases of growth and rest. Normally, we loose about 50-100 hairs daily.

    Hair loss or baldness is referred to as alopecia. It becomes if fewer hairs are produced after the old ones are shed.

    By the age of 40 or so, the rate of hair growth slows down.

    There are several types of hair loss, often classified by whether the loss is localized, or if the hair loss is patchy or affects the entire scalp or if it affects large areas.

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