Archive | August, 2015

How To Treat Spinal Cord Injuries

Overview Of Spinal Cord Injury Injury to the spinal cord is also known as ‘myelopathy’ It is caused by an injury sustained to the nerve fibers in the spinal cord If this is damaged it can cause problems with flexibility and general movement In most of the injuries, the spinal cord remains intact Widespread injury results […]

How To Treat A Tick Bite

Overview Of Tick Bites Ticks are tiny creatures that resemble insects They might be tiny or as big as the size of an eraser They are typically found in areas that contain a lot of wood or grass They fasten themselves to pets and people Once ticks fasten themselves on the body, they make their […]

How To Manage Drowsiness

What Is Drowsiness? Feeling unusually drowsy or tired during the day is generally known as drowsiness. Drowsiness might lead to other symptoms, such as absentmindedness or falling asleep at unsuitable times. Causes of Drowsiness A range of things might cause drowsiness. These can range from psychological states and life choices to severe health conditions. Life […]

How To Deal With Back Pain

Overview Of Back Pain Back pain can be an indication of several different sicknesses and conditions. The main reason of the pain can be an issue with the back itself or by another issue in a different part of the body. In many circumstances, GP’s can’t find a reason for the pain. When a cause […]

How To Treat Abdominal Pain

Overview of Abdominal Pain Acute abdomen is the health term used for soreness in the abdomen that generally comes on unexpectedly and is so severe that one might have to go to the hospital. Acute abdominal pain can indicate to an array of more severe conditions, some of which need immediate medical assistance or surgery. […]

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