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Mental disorders after lockdown

Mental health problems are a common response to the lockdown experience following Civid 19. Symptoms such as anxiety and depression are increased as well as conditions of stress and distress. Also related to stress are sleep-wake rhythm disturbances with frequent night waking and poor sleep. Among the most at-risk groups are the elderly, pregnant women, people with pre-existing conditions including mental illness and the socially disadvantaged.

Sunburn and burns. Water or oil?

In the tranquility of our kitchen we may inadvertently incur a sunburn. We almost always immediately resort to the traditional methods passed down from our parents. Be careful, however, these

Cancer risk jobs and occupations

Among the most insidious and widespread skin diseases is certainly Melanoma, a skin cancer that has grown significantly in recent decades but whose etiology remains poorly understood to date.

Sexual relations in the time of Covid 19

The guidelines adopted to reduce the risk of Covid 19 infection limit interpersonal contacts, also affecting sexual life. Although Covid-19 is not classifiable as a sexually transmitted disease. All this causes effects in people's sexual habits.

Hyperprolactinemia: what to do?

Prolactin (PRL) is a hormone, normally produced by the pituitary gland, whose function is to stimulate milk production in pregnant women and to prevent further pregnancy during the early stages

Itching spy of an organic disease

Itching is first and foremost a physical disorder, but it is also a symptom. It can be the alarm bell that warns of an organic disease, such as: a skin

Acne: what it is and how to fight it

The term acne comes from the Greek word acmé or acné, meaning foam or summit. It is one of the most common skin diseases in the juvenile population; in fact,

Xerostomia: disorder of the teeth

Xerostomia is dryness of the oral cavity caused by reduced or absent saliva flow. This condition can cause discomfort, interfere with speech and swallowing, make it difficult to use dentures,

Inflammation of adenoids

adenoidi

Adenoids are made up of lymphatic tissue and are located at the top of the throat, behind and above the tonsils, at the point where the nasal cavities connect right with the throat.

Actually, adenoids are also tonsils, and another name by which they are known is pharyngeal tonsils.

However, while the palatine tonsils are visible through the mouth, the adenoids remain hidden higher up in the airway.

In addition, although both adenoids and tonsils are composed primarily of lymphoid tissue, because of their different locations the problems associated with infections affecting adenoids may be different than those induced by tonsil infections.

Like tonsils, adenoids are part of the lymphatic system, whose job is to fight infectious diseases and keep body fluids in balance.

In both cases, these are larger structures in the early years of life, particularly in the 2-6 age group.

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