Pain Under Your Right Rib Cage

There are many possible reasons for this ailment. The following is an overview of the possible causes and remedies. Causes of Pain Under Right Rib Cage The pain could be symptomatic of another health condition. Some of the possible reasons could be gallbladder disease. In this case, there’s also sharp pain in the chest area. Another possible cause is peptic ulcer. Gastritis could manifest itself via pain near the abdomen. Appendicitis could be the reason too. It often strikes children and young...

Natural Remedies for High Blood Pressure

About High blood pressure or hypertension is a very serious condition that may lead to heart attack, stroke, kidney failure among other life threatening conditions. It is important to seek medical advice once you are stricken with this condition. Because of the complications that may arise from this disease any desire to self-medicate should be avoided. Before using any natural home remedies be sure that these will not interfere with any of the recommendations and medications prescribed for you...

What Causes Vertigo?

Vertigo is defined as “the sensation of spinning or whirling that occurs as a result of a disturbance in balance (equilibrium)”. Vertigo is described as a symptom, it is not a disease. Similar symptoms such as dizziness, lightheadedness, faintness and unsteadiness may also be attributed to vertigo. Persons that experience vertigo usually feel like either they or their surroundings is moving or spinning. This disillusion can be broken down to two types: The sensation of movement is called subjective...

What Causes Low Sodium?

Definition Hyponatremia is a lower than normal concentration of sodium in the blood. Sodium is an electrolyte that helps with nerve and muscle function, and also helps to maintain blood pressure Causes of low sodium Narrowing down what causes low sodium can be a complex process. The important thing is to identify why you are not taking in as much sodium as you should, as you need to reverse this condition as quickly as possible. Sodium is important, as it helps the body do everything from regulate...

Childhood Leukemia Symptoms

The most common type of leukemia that affects children is acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a severe medical problem marked by excessive lymphoblasts due to white blood cell cancer. The common victims of this particular type of disease are children within the age range of 4 to 12 years old. Factors that may increase the risk of this serious medical problem include genetic disorders, exposure to radiation and cancer therapy. For a better understanding of this disease, here is a quick take on the different...

Meniere’s Disease

The Meniere’s disease is a disorder of the inner ear which usually causes dizziness. The area of the ear that is commonly affected is the labyrinth which includes the semicircular canals and the cochlea. The labyrinth contains a fluid called endolymph. The membranes become dilated like a balloon when the pressure increases. This is called the hydrops. This happens in one way usually when the damage system call the endolymphatic duct or sac. However, in some cases the endolymphatic duct may be ...

Hypertension Treatment

Hypertension is the medical term to define blood pressure. If a person’s blood pressure is too high, the risk of heart attack, stroke, kidney disease and so on increase considerably. Hypertension treatments are used to normalize one’s blood pressure. The following are some of the medications that may be prescribed if a person’s blood pressure is above the normal, stipulated levels (120/80). Never take these medicines without notifying your doctor. Symptoms of Hypertension Some...

What Causes Macrodactyly?

Definition Macrodactyly is an uncommon birth defect in which toes or fingers are abnormally large due to overgrowth of underlying bone and soft tissue-particularly the nerves, fat and skin of the involved digit or digits. It is more commonly considered static, with the enlarged digit (finger or toe) continuing to grow at the same rate as the normal digits of the hand, but it can be progressive, with the affected digits growing faster than the rest of the hand. In the static type, the involved digits...

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