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Psychiatric disorders are not only mentally exhausting to manage. Depression and anxiety, for example, also weigh heavily on the physical level, making it difficult to perform everyday activities easily and

Sight: when it is transiently reduced

Nowadays, when eyes are used intensively and protractedly, often in inadequate lighting conditions, suffering from some visual defect or transient eye irritation and fatigue is quite common at any age.

Travel: how to leave back pain at home

Ready to go? As you try to close suitcases that always seem too small to hold the essentials and finish planning your trip, trying to anticipate smart departures so you

Yoga: how to relax in 12 moves

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Good habits for good sleep

Even if one does not habitually suffer from insomnia, a few nights disturbed by discomfort or worry or spent completely blank for a variety of reasons can always happen. And

Twelve diets to avoid at all times

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Itching: all causes (often unknown)

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Electronic cigarettes: how to help kids quit

Generally touted as a “harmless pleasure,” electronic cigarettes are very successful among teenagers, partly because the many flavors available make them seem very smart. But recent studies indicate that this

15 things that slow down metabolism

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How to best manage diabetes

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Healthy and balanced diet , low in simple sugars and with caloric intake compatible with the weight to be maintained or reduced; regular physical activity, without excess; proper daily intake of oral hypoglycemic drugs or insulin prescribed by the doctor; periodic checkups. These are the keys to being able to control type 2 diabetes optimally and avoid seeing blood sugar worsen and develop complications that can damage the cardiovascular system, kidneys, eyes, and peripheral nerves. To make sure you don’t go wrong, here is a detailed sheet of the practical aspects of daily disease management .

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Menopause is a physiological event that affects all women in the age range of 46 to 53 years and corresponds to the gradual loss of ovarian function and, therefore, the

Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism is a condition brought about by the insufficient production of thyroid hormones, tetraiodothyronine or thyroxine (T4) and tridothyronine (T3), by the thyroid gland, resulting in reduced overall metabolic efficiency

Gozzo

Goiter corresponds to the more or less bulky, protruding swelling that appears in the central anterior part of the neck mainly in people who are iodine-deficient for prolonged periods, due

Cushing’s disease

“Disease” or “Cushing’s syndrome,” sometimes referred to as “hypercortisolism,” is a condition characterized by a variable set of characteristic symptoms induced by the body’s exposure to excessive levels of glucocorticoids

Hashimoto’s thyroid

Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is an autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid gland, causing it to become chronically inflamed and gradually degenerate and lose function, resulting in the development of hypothyroidism (a

Diabetic foot

Diabetic foot is a complex condition that develops as a complication of advanced uncontrolled diabetes and is the leading cause of nontraumatic amputation in the Western adult population. Very prevalent

Hyperprolactinemia

Hyperprolactinemia corresponds to a condition determined by the excessive production of the hormone prolactin by the pituitary gland (a small neuroendocrine gland found in the center of the brain that

Metabolic syndrome

Metabolic syndrome is not really a disease, but a complex condition defined by the simultaneous presence of known cardiovascular risk factors such as obesity (especially of the “central” type, i.e.,

Hirsutism and virilization

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