Archive for June, 2011
A thigh strain is a very common sports injury. It can be used in the anterior muscle groups (stretching of the leg), and in the posterior (flexion of the leg, hamstring) occur. The rear thigh injury is more common. A strain is usually caused by overuse or over-stretching of the affected muscles. According to the severity of the injury can be defined three groups.
Degree one: Individual muscle fibers are stretched or torn.
Grade two: A larger number of muscle fibers are torn.
Degree three: the muscle itself, or large parts are torn.
One degree of injuries during sport or just noticed it. Often it is cramping pain (muscle spasm) or a slight burning or dragging when the muscle is tense. Read the rest of this entry »
Unfortunately, anyone can suffer from sudden cardiac arrest. Sudden cardiac arrest is unpredictable and can strike anyone, even teenagers, at any time, anywhere. Although a prior heart disease is a common cause of cardiac arrest, many victims had never experienced heart problems in nature. The risk increases with age.
Without emergency treatment only 5-10 percent of those affected survive sudden cardiac arrest. However, survival rates were achieved over 50 per cent where they have been successfully implemented programs on the use of automated external defibrillator (AED) rates may increase further if we intervene on the patient within three minutes of cardiac arrest.
In most cases of sudden cardiac arrest occurs without prior symptoms. However, the following risk factors increase the potential of sudden cardiac arrest: Read the rest of this entry »
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Stroke and cardiovascular diseases are among the most important so-called common diseases in the Western world. For example, in Germany suffers every 3 minutes a man a stroke. Although this often occurs suddenly, but he has a long history. Unfortunately, the characters are often not considered for this. Elevated blood pressure, diabetes and calcification (arteriosclerosis) of the vessels are among the Haupursachen.
Screening can effectively protect against these diseases and reduce the risk of individuals through early diagnosis and treatment essential. Please note: If there are complications occurred first, it is often too late. Read the rest of this entry »
Ulcers are sores in the lining of the digestive tract. Your digestive tract consists of the esophagus, stomach, duodenum (first portion of the intestines) and intestines. Most ulcers are located in the duodenum. These ulcers are called duodenal ulcers. Ulcers located in the stomach are called gastric ulcers. Ulcers in the esophagus are called esophageal ulcers.
What causes ulcers?
Doctors used to think ulcers were produced due to stress or by eating food with too much acid. We now know that this is not true. Most ulcers are caused by infection. The infection is caused by a bacterium (germ) called Helicobacter pylori which is abbreviated H. pylori. Acid and other juices produced by the stomach can contribute to ulcers and can burn the lining of your digestive tract. This can occur if your body produces too much acid or if the lining of your digestive tract is damaged in some way. Physical or emotional stress (stress) may not necessarily cause an ulcer, but may aggravate an ulcer if you have one.
Anti-inflammatory medications can also cause ulcers. Although most people take these medicines without any problems, long-term use can damage the lining of the stomach and cause ulcers. Anti-inflammatory drugs include aspirin, ibuprofen (one brand name: Motrin), naproxen (brand name: Aleve), ketoprofen (brand names: Actron, Orudis KT) and some medicines for arthritis prescription obtained . Read the rest of this entry »
As we mentioned at the beginning, orthorexia becomes a food disorder in which the person has an obsession with food that tends to be regarded as healthy or healthier.
Tend to be very careful with the foods they eat, so that they can even analyze each of the products they consume and their ingredients.
Usually dispense in their diets for industrial products and supposedly negative or harmful to health, such as pastries, soft drinks, canned or cooked, and eat only organic foods or produced biologically. Read the rest of this entry »