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MENOPAUSAL SYMPTOMS


The symptoms of menopause are sometimes hard to miss and sometimes women go through this without any complications. But for some women it can be very complicated to determine the exact reason behind the problems and changes occurring in your body.


The primary symptoms that women experience during the time of Menopause vary from person to person and it all depends upon the hormone of the women. But depending upon this there are few symptoms mentioned below.


 Change in menstrual cycle: You will difficulty during your periods. Sometimes you may experience heavy bleeding, and sometimes just spots and sometimes lighter bleedings.

- Mood Swings: You may experience changes in your mood. Women often report irritability, depression in their behavior which indicates the symptoms of menopause.

- Vaginal dryness and pain during intercourse: Women generally experience vaginal dryness but this problem becomes more acute with menopausal women. To combat with this try and opt for water based lubricant and stay hydrated.

- Sleep Disorder: It may be difficult for you fall fast asleep if you are menopausal women. This is because of the changes your body is going through during menopause.

- Frequent Urination: It is very common for menopausal women to lose control over her bladder. You may feel a constant urge of going to the loo or pain while urinating. This is because during menopause the tissues in the vagina and urethra lose their elasticity. 









WOMENS’S STAY ACTIVE & REACH YOUR GOALS WITH WOMEN HEART RATE MONTOR


 

 


WOMENS’S STAY ACTIVE & REACH YOUR GOALS WITH WOMEN HEART RATE MONTOR

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Monitoring your heart rate at regular intervals will assist you in staying healthy and unstressed.
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Very essential in Individual training Program Monitoring your heart rate at regular intervals will assist you in staying healthy and unstressed. It is along with you even in the shower as it is water proof up to 50 m.

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10 COMMON REASONS FOR HAIR LOSS IN FEMALES.


                            10 COMMON REASONS FOR HAIR LOSS IN FEMALES

Not just men, women too suffer from hair loss. While men may lose hair in a different pattern, women mostly complain of decreasing density of hair, of parting showing through increasingly, receding hair line or of a bald patch. It is important to realise the real reason of your hair fall to be able to treat it in the right manner. Depending on how serious the damage is, an appropriate solution can be found. We list 10 common reasons for hair loss in females.



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Bad hair etiquette: Excessive use of hair styling tools like strengtheners and curling iron or hair products like gels, mousse, sprays, colours, etc can damage the hair shaft and prolonged usage can hamper its growth.

PCOS: In this condition, male hormones or androgen are secreted in excess and they form small fluid-like sacs in the ovaries which are known as cysts. It is due to hormonal imbalances in your body which negatively affects your hair growth as well. While you may notice more hair growth on your body, it can trigger hair fall from your scalp

Anaemia: Anaemia is a result of low iron intake in one’s diet. Many women may be anaemic due to heavy menstruation or inadequate folic acid in their body. This results in low production of haemoglobin which means less oxygen to your organs. When oxygen does not reach your hair follicles, they tend to be weak and break easily. This results in hair fall.

Menopause: A lot of changes take place in a woman’s body once she hits menopause and one of them can be hair fall. This is because estrogen hormone levels are low and the body. They can make the hair dry and also cause hair loss if due care isn’t taken. It is essential to use mild shampoos and condition your mane as well as eat right.

Labour: Many women experience hair fall after their delivery. This is because, during pregnancy, there is a peak in the hormone estrogen so you can expect a full head of hair. But once the baby is delivered, hormones go back to their normal phase which may result in hair falling out at once. But this is a temporary phase and hair growth returns to normal after a few weeks.

Protein deficiency: Our hair is made of a protein called keratin. When we do not eat protein-rich foods, it depletes from our body making the hair brittle. This leads to weak strands which fall prematurely. 

Medications: Women who are on birth-control pills can have side-effects like hair fall if they abruptly stop using them. Other hormonal pills and therapies can have a similar effect. Chemotherapy sessions also result in hair loss. (Read:Hair loss medications you can use

Extreme weight loss: Crash dieting and losing a lot of weight suddenly or too quickly can adversely affect the growth of your hair. This is because, usually these diets deprive your body of essential nutrients or put a ban on eating certain food groups which then impact your hair growth.

Medical illnesses like thyroid disease, autoimmune disease:
Thyroid is responsible for secreting triodothyronine and thyroxine hormones which are needed for proper growth and development of our body. When a person suffers from hypo or hyperthyroidism, there is excess or low secretion of these hormones which can lead to deficiencies if not treated on time. Hair loss is one of the complications due to various changes taking place in your body. In autoimmune disease, our body creates antibodies against our own cells and tissues. They attack hair as well as other organs resulting in hair loss. (Read: Home remedies for hair loss that actually work!)

Any acute or chronic medical conditions: Conditions like diabetes psoriasis are also responsible for loss of hair. Diabetes negatively affects the body’s circulatory system. This means that less amount of nutrients and oxygen reach the upper and the lower extremities of the body i.e. the feet and the scalp areas. If diabetes is causing poor blood circulation to the scalp, the hair follicles will die resulting in hair loss. Psoriasis is a skin disease which also affects the scalp and hair follicles.
While shedding of 60-100 strands every day is the norm, anything more than that over a period of time can cause hair loss. If you notice this, it is best to get yourself checked for any underlying condition which could be causing your hair fall. 


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WHAT ARE THE THINGS WE NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DIABETES


In India, Diabetes is the most common disease people suffer from every second. It is a form of disease in which our blood sugar increases after every meal and remain high due to lack of insulin. There are three types of diabetes which has different symptoms and causes.

1.    Type 1 Diabetes occurs when an immune response causes damage to the pancreas and insulin could not be produced. In that case a patient has t take insulin in the form of infections.

2.    Type 2 is the common form of Diabetes and it’s a state when tissues in the body become resistant to insulin. The cause behind this type of diabetes is still not clear the reason could be overweight, poor diet and physical inactivity.

3.    Another type of Diabetes is the gestational diabetes which occurs during pregnancy due to the physical changes that occur in a women’s body. This type of diabetes goes away after pregnancy but women with Gestational Diabetes are at greater risk for generating Type 2 diabetes later in life,

The threats

If the blood sugar in our body is not controlled in time it can hamper and cause threat to a major part of our body which includes eyes, Kidneys, Nerves, Brain & Heart.

Diabetes is known as ‘Silent Killer’. Most of the people are not even aware of it, so get diagnosed and take proper measures to help yourself get into the clutches of this dreadful disease.




THE END TO HAIRLOSS AND BALDING



                                             THE END TO HAIRLOSS AND BALDING

Are You suffering from Baldness.  The moment People know about this will give You thousands of home made remedies for the cure for baldness. But Alas!

Nothing works. Almost all Your efforts goes in vain. And now You are fed up of  trying all home made remedies.

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MEDISOUQ WUDU FOOT WASHER

The First Specialized Wudu (Ablution) Foot Washer; Especially to Assist the Elderly, Pregnant Women & those with Movement Related Challenges. Simple & Hygienic to Use, it is Ideal for Your Entire Family. What is more Interesting is that the Bold Foot Washer doesn’t Require Power & Uses Minimal Water, it Easily Fixes to Existing Water & Drainage Supplies, Just One Push of the Pedal & It Releases 12 seconds of Cool Cleaning Mist. • Uses less than 500 ml to wash both feet • Convenient for Elderly, Pregnant and Children •

Medisouq.com launched this product globally to serve the people all over the world wide, and the people are getting lot’s of benefits for pregnant women she don’t have to bent, for elderly who have the back pain problem, and other problem they can used, and with the help of this the people can’t able to save the water, and all the parts of legs will be clearly washed with the help of wudu foot washer. This wudu washer is low cost and more worthfull.

What is more interesting is that the Bold Foot Washer does not require power and uses minimal water. It easily fixes to existing water and drainage supplies. Just one push of the pedal and it releases 12 seconds of cool cleaning mist.



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INTERNATIONAL CHRONIC IMMUNOLOGICAL AND NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES DAY (CIND)



Come together for IMMUNOLOGICAL AND NEUROLOGICAL health on May 12th 2016.
May 12th has been designated as International Awareness Day for Chronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases (CIND) since 1992.
The CIND illnesses include Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Fibromyalgia (FM), Gulf War Syndrome (GWS) and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS).
May 12th was chosen as it is the birthday of Florence Nightingale. She was believed to have suffered from ME/CFS.
What do fibromyalgia,  Myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) have in common?
The answer is that they are classified as Chronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases (CINDs). And since 1992, every May 12th has been recognized as International Awareness Day for CINDs. Today, in conjunction with Fibromyalgia Awareness Month, it’s time to recognize everyone living with a CIND.

While fibromyalgia and ME/CFS are both CINDs, each is a little different.
Check out some quick facts about each condition:

Fibromyalgia:

Affects 5 million Americans over the age of 18, and the majority are women.
The cause of fibromyalgia is unknown
Common symptoms include insomnia, headaches, pain and tingling in the hands and feet

ME/CFS2

Affects between 836,000 to 2.5 million Americans
The large majority of people living with ME/CFS have not been diagnosed

There are five main symptoms of ME/CFS, as opposed to the more general symptoms of fibromyalgia:


·         Profound fatigue that impairs carrying out normal daily activities
·         Un-refreshing sleep
·         Cognitive impairment
·         Symptoms that worsen when a person stands up
·         Symptoms that worsen after exerting any type (emotional, physical) effort.

Does not have active medical condition to explain the chronic fatigue, nor any psychosis, melancholic depression, substance abuse, dementia, or anorexia nervosa/bulimia.
·         CFS: Who are the patients?
·         Age: mid 30’s (5-65)
·         Sex: 65% female
·         Socioeconomic: Middle-class, but more common among African-American/Latino minority populations on population –based surveys.
·         Education: 50% college graduates in office-based
·         Severity: 50% intermittently bedridden/shut-in
·         Duration: 14 years (4-36years) in patients.

Severe fatigue that persists or relapses for >6months, of new or definite onset, not substantially alleviated by rest, resulting in substantial reduction in activities:

And 4 or more of the following symptoms are currently present for >6 months.
             Impaired memory/concentration
             Sore throat
             Multi-joint pain
             Un-refreshing sleep
             Neck/axillary adenopathy.
             Muscle pain
             New headaches
             Post-exertion malaise

Sudden onset:


In 78% of our patients, the CNS started suddenly, usually with a “flu”, “virus” and “bad cold”.

·         Sore throat
·         Cough
·         Rhinorrhea
·         Swollen glands
·         Myalgia
·         Fever
·         Headache
·         Diarrhea

Post-exertion malaise 

After even modest exertion:

·         Fatigue gets much worse - 81%

·         All muscles become weak- 47%

·         New/worse difficulty concentrating- 50%

·         New/worse sore throat- 33%

·         New/worse adenopathy - 28%

·         New/worse fevers- 23%

·         Never had before CFS- 71%

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WORLD DNA DAY: 25TH APRIL 2016



WORLD DNA DAY: 25TH APRIL 2016
The World DNA Day celebrates the discovery and understanding of DNA and the scientific advances that understanding has made possible.
It commemorates the day in 1953 when James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, Rosalind Franklin and colleagues published papers in the journal Nature on the structure of DNA.
Furthermore, on that day in 2003 it was declared that the Human Genome Project was very close to complete, and “the remaining tiny gaps” were considered too costly to fill.
The study of human DNA and genetics can be intellectually fascinating, but it also has plenty of practical applications.
From the use of DNA in court cases to the discovery of new therapies for genetic diseases.
Human in Olden Days
Studying human DNA and genetics can help scientists better understand the human.
This can help to prove the connections between different groups of people and where historians and anthropologists get a perfect picture of historic human migration.
An individual's genome can give clues to his ancestry and help him understand his genetic background.
Diseases (Diagnosis & Treatment).
Genetic basis behind human disease is one of the most important reasons for studying the human genome.
Many genetic disorders are incurable but early diagnosis can help improve the life quality or even extend the lifespan of diseased subject.
Diagnostic tests can help pregnant women to decide whether the risk passing on specific disease-related genes to their babies.
Tests assist in-vitro fertility doctors to specifically select embryos that do not carry the dangerous gene.
Legal and Forensic Involvement
Use of human DNA in criminal cases and the importance of human genetics in forensics became even more important as techniques have improved.
Human genetic information has been used to either match or rule out a suspect's DNA to biological evidence found at a crime scene.
Paternity testing is another common legal application of genetic testing.
Genetic Improvement
Genetic improvement is an open to question topic, but research in this area has biggest promise for upcoming applications.
Requires a thorough understanding of human DNA prior to scientists alter the human DNA at embryonic level.
When that’s achieved, it will be an end to certain incurable genetic diseases such as Down syndrome, Congenital deafness and Congenital heart defects.
Controversial applications may include enhancing athletic ability, intelligence, or other characteristics.