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Anorexia nervosa

Anorexia nervosa was included in DSM 5 (2013) in the broader diagnostic category called Nutrition and Eating Disorders. The main characteristic of this disorder is food refusal. The term anorexia (literally

Eight tips to combat stress

We live in a world that constantly puts us under stress! Work, study, family problems, sports, now everything is a cause for stress if we are unable to organize the

Sports practice in diabetes and glycemic syndromes

The modern orientation toward physical activity and sports, including competitive sports, in diabetic disease is to no longer consider diabetes as an impediment to experiencing and enjoying sports and exercise.

Stroke: ischemic and hemorrhagic

Stroke is a serious disease that occurs as a result of the reduction, or interruption, of blood flow to the brain (by which we mean the brain, cerebellum, and brainstem

Morton’s neuroma

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Morton’s Neuroma is a neuropathy consisting of a swelling of a nerve in the foot located between the third and fourth toes. The condition is named after the American surgeon Thomas George Morton, who first diagnosed it in the 1800s. Neuroma, with the passage of time, can lead to the development of fibrous scar tissue around the nerve affected by the disorder because of the continuous friction of the adjacent metatarsal bones and deep intermetatarsal ligament, which, at the level of the third space, are more mobile than in other parts of the foot. Although the condition can occur at all ages, it mostly affects women between 40 and 50 years old.

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Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)

the fatigue syndrome or chronic fatigue (CFS), now also referred to by associating the acronymME/CFS (myalgicencephalomyelitis/chronic fatiguesyndrome), is a rather complex condition that manifests as a condition of intense fatigue

Mild cognitive decline

Mild cognitive impairment (MDI) is a form of decline in intellectual performance and ability to store and organize activities intermediate between the physiological decline in mental performance and responsiveness associated

Emotional crisis

In current usage, the word “crisis” has a dramatic meaning, i.e., the transition from a condition of stability to a variability of previously assumed equilibria, holding homeostasis as the sole

Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome

Obstructive sleep apnea is the most prevalent type of sleep apnea: a category of disorders united by the occurrence of repeated interruptions of normal breathing while sleeping, due to a

Anorexia

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder that causes the sufferer to voluntarily deprive himself or herself of food or to consume extremely limited amounts of food that are not compatible

Panic attack

What is meant by a panic attack? It is understood as the sudden manifestation of a strong fear accompanied by an equally intense physical symptomatology despite the absence of an

Brain tumors

Brain tumors are rare cancers that can be primary, that is, originate in the brain, or form as secondary metastases of neoplasms in other organs, such as lung or breast

Uncontrolled eating disorder

Uncontrolled eating disorder is an eating behavior disorder that is characterized by an inability to control food intake, resulting in the more or less frequent repetition of binges similar to

Bruxism

Bruxism is a condition in which you grind your teeth: it can happen, unconsciously, in a waking state or, more often, during sleep. People who clench or grind their teeth

Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a severe and disabling chronic psychiatric illness that mainly arises in late adolescence or early adulthood, resulting in an altered perception of reality and consequent improper and unpredictable
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