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What are they?
Gallstones are as annoying pebbles that form inside the gallbladder. The vesicle is a bag that collects the bile as that liquid flows from the liver to the intestine through the bile ducts. Bile is a liquid that, in part, helps digestion. The salts that are found in the bile aid digestion of fats. Bile also contains some waste materials including cholesterol and bilirubin (produced when it breaks down old red blood cells). Gallstones form in the gallbladder when particles cholesterol or bilirubin begin to clump together and form a solid lump. The calculation or stone grows as it goes bathing bile. It closely resembles the pearl is formed inside an oyster (oyster). Read the rest of this entry »
Back pain can range from irritating acute and chronic pain that interferes with daily activities. You can even keep us from being productive at work. As we age, our backs do not seem to forgive us all and back problems tend to increase. Usually our back pain is caused by muscle injury. But often, especially for the elderly, the spine can be constrained and the vertebrae are misaligned. Since our skeleton is in the normal position only increases the potential for muscle tension. Again, the compression of the spine or misalignment can come from exercise or overwork, but sometimes years of poor posture can cause the problem. And sometimes poor posture can be standing, but can often be caused by how you feel!
Probably you have often felt that a great weight load on his head or shoulders, or having difficulty making head movements.
Such cases are very common and frequent. In fact, neck pain is one of the most discomfort overwhelms the population.
Usually, the pain associated with muscle contractures distal to the neck through which pass nerves also innervate the neck adjacent structures, while these contractures irritate or inflame nerves, thus causing great pain. contracture occurs when in a neck muscle called “sternocleidomastoid” , the person is disabled to turn his head to one specific side, and this is what is known as “torticollis.” neck pain also may be associated with spinal problems or compression nervous.
Neck pain can radiate to the region of the trapezius muscles, shoulders, chest, armpits or shoulders.
When pain radiating to the arm and also has tingling and / or decreased sensation and strength, may be the nerve root compression due to a herniated disc or a tumor. Read the rest of this entry »
Who suffers from back pain?
Anyone can suffer from back pain, but there are several factors that increase the risk of autism, including:
Aging. Back pain is more common as people age. The pain may begin between 30 and 40 years of age.
Having a poor physical condition. Back pain is more common among those who do not exercise regularly (sedentary).
Gain weight. A diet high in calories and fat can make you gain weight. Being overweight can make back try too hard and cause pain.
Heredity. Some causes of back pain, such as ankylosing spondylitis, a type of arthritis affecting the spine, may have a genetic component.
Having other diseases. Some types of arthritis and cancer can cause back pain.
Do some types of work. Lifting, pushing and pulling while twisting the spine can cause back pain. If you work at a desk all day and do not feel right, it could have back pain.
Smoking. If you smoke, your body may not be able to carry enough nutrients to the discs back. Smokers cough can cause back pain. Smokers take longer to recover, so back pain might last longer.
Another factor is race. For example, black women are two to three times more likely than white women to have a slipped disk. Read the rest of this entry »
It can be difficult to determine the exact cause of lumbar pain. Your doctor will ask about your symptoms,asking you to describe your pain, its intensity and what are the things that aggravate or relieve.
A search for the cause of back pain involve a physical examination including evaluation of reflexes and strength. If no obvious cause appears, the next step is an x-ray or computed tomography (CAT) scan or an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). Your doctor may order other tests, according to the presumed origin of the pain. Read the rest of this entry »