Pneumonia is lung disease that can be contagious if caused by bacteria or viruses. You can protect yourself by getting timely medical care, including vaccination to prevent infections linked to pneumonia. Precautions like washing your hands often and avoiding contamination of the surroundings shared with an infected person should also help.
Weight loss and malnutrition might seem like the obvious signs of malabsorption, your body’s inability to absorb certain nutrients or properly digest certain types of foods. But did you know that even jaundice and diabetes may develop from certain malabsorption syndromes? Gas, bloating, greasy stools, abdominal pain, and diarrhea are all common symptoms of malabsorption. With underlying causes ranging from lactose intolerance and celiac disease to pancreatic infections, liver disease, crohn's disease and even HIV or AIDS you need to be alert to the symptoms so you can get medical help in time.
Tachycardia is an abnormally fast heart rhythm. It can be caused by a variety of conditions including heart conditions like cardiomyopathy, myocarditis, heart attack, coronary heart disease etc.; Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome; high blood pressure; certain medications, lifestyle factors like smoking, and consumption of caffeine or alcohol; conditions which lower levels of oxygen in your blood like bacterial pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pulmonary embolism etc., anemia; hemorrhage; hyperthyroidism; sarcoidosis etc.
Incense sticks come with a whole host of health risks such as genetic mutations, lung cancer, asthma and other respiratory diseases, leukemia, heart disease, skin irritation, and neurological problems. Other types of incense sticks such as citronella and sandalwood are just as harmful. Products marketed as "herbal incense" which are meant to be smoked, can cause adverse physical reactions.
Wheezing is whistling sound that’s produced when you breathe and usually indicates respiratory problems. Medical conditions like asthma, cardiac asthma, bronchiolitis, bronchiectasis, pneumonia, acute bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and gastroesophageal reflux disease can cause it. So can a foreign object stuck in your airways and reactions to medications or insect bites.
Chin acne is caused by hormonal imbalances like polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid problems, stress, and menstruation. Hormonal acne may also show up on the jawline, but pimples here are usually from digestive issues. Fiber and probiotics can help. Breakouts on the nose and T-zone point to liver problems, while forehead acne means poor kidney function. Avoiding dehydration will fix this. Poor lung health may cause cheek acne. If breakouts are on the lower cheeks, mouth and gum problems are likely.
Naturopathy is a form of alternative medicine that adopts a drug-free approach to disease prevention and treatment through exercise, diet control, massage, and more. When we put less emphasis on a “miracle cure” and take care of our overall health and potential for healing rather than the disease, we may[.....]
Deep breathing can improve anyone’s lungs, even if you have COPD or asthma. Do exercises like diaphragmatic, pursed lips, alternate nostril, and equal breathing. You can also encourage better circulation and lung capacity through yoga and Pilates. Swimming makes the lungs stronger. Aerobic exercises like running, jogging, and dancing can also force your lungs to take in more air. Splashing cold water on your face is another easy hack.
Chest congestion is a very uncomfortable condition that is caused by the build up of mucus in the respiratory tract. The mucus build up can be a result of common cold, flu, asthma, pneumonia, and other respiratory tract infections. The symptoms of chest congestion include chest pain, wheezing cough, throat[.....]
Walking pneumonia caused by mycoplasma is a milder form of pneumonia that often clears up on its own. It causes cold-like symptoms, a low-grade fever, and hacking cough. Not all antibiotics work. Try panchakarma therapy to treat vata imbalance and home remedies like inhaling steam with eucalyptus oil, applying turpentine oil on the chest, and drinking 3–4 cups of mullein tea. Have 1–2 g turmeric mixed with honey daily. Practice pranayama to strengthen the lungs.
Walking pneumonia is a "milder" form of pneumonia. Common symptoms include a low-grade fever, cough, and a headache, much like the common cold, because of which patients often ignore the condition. But, being a communicable disease, if left untreated, it can prove to have serious complications in the case of children, pregnant women, and individuals with weakened immunity.
Deep clean your home to get rid of any residual particulates and smoke that could be lingering. Add antioxidant-rich foods and herbs like honey, pineapple, berries, orange, spinach, oregano, thyme to your daily diet and stay well-hydrated to prevent excessive mucus buildup in the lungs. Consider breathing exercises like belly and pursed lip breathing.
Avoid dairy products. Drink a cup of herb tea before going to bed. Next morning squeeze 2 lemons in 300 ml of water and have before breakfast. Then have a 300 ml of grapefruit/pineapple juice (anti-oxidants). Between breakfast and lunch have 300 ml carrot juice and 400 ml of potassium rich juice with lunch. Finally, 400 ml cranberry juice before bedtime.
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