Psychotic Depression: Losing Touch with Reality

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 23-Feb-2023 19:08:18
Do you know someone who is losing touch with reality? Or someone who believes in their stories and believes things that are not normal? Well, these are the very common symptoms of psychotic depression! You may already know that clinical depression causes a very sad mood, a lot of tiredness, and an overwhelming feeling of hopelessness. Some people think that psychosis and depression come from the same place. Psychotic depression is a type of major depression that happens when psychosis happens during an episode of major depression. Getting out of touch with reality can lead to hallucinations or false ... Read More

Dos and Don'ts of Scar Prevention

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 23-Feb-2023 19:07:47
As the warmer months approach, people who just had surgery may be thinking about getting their scars fixed. Most people know that any skin injury that is more serious than a cut or scrape will leave a scar, no matter how well it is treated. Most scars go away over time, which is good news, but how noticeable they are will always depend on how bad they are. Scars can be healed in several ways, and because the skin is very flexible, they will fade over time. But before we get into that, can you tell us what makes a ... Read More

Should You Add Apple Cider Vinegar to Your Skin-Care Routine?

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 23-Feb-2023 19:07:01
Apple cider vinegar is one of the hottest trends in organic beauty products right now. Who could blame someone for taking the chance of smelling like salad dressing if it meant their skin would be smoother and brighter? Even people specializing in skincare have found that this fermented drink is good for the skin. Apple cider vinegar is popular as a salad dressing and a way to burn fat. It is also used in the beauty industry in several ways. Apple cider vinegar is used in many ways to take care of your skin, some of which you may ... Read More

Heart Health Awareness Month: February 2021

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 23-Feb-2023 16:19:47
Cardiovascular ailments are among the most common disease that is the leading cause of death worldwide. The Heart Failure Society of America has organized Heart Failure Awareness Week the week before Valentine's Day since 2001. This weekly campaign aims to raise awareness of heart failure symptoms, encourage individuals to undergo heart-related screenings, and encourage them to live heart-healthy lifestyles. As part of this campaign, heart walk, kids heart challenge, cycle nation, walk for 1 in 100, heart and vascular 5K run and walk are organized. All these events help people become aware of heart ailments and how to combat ... Read More

Honey 101: Nutrition Facts, Health Benefits, Types, and More

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 23-Feb-2023 16:19:12
For different people, honey can be many things. It serves as a concentrated energy source, a healthy natural sweetener, and an age-old folk treatment for well-being. Honey is also an important part of skincare products and cosmetics. It is also used for scientific studies as well. So how does this sweet, syrup-like superfood benefit you? What is the Process of Making Honey? Honeybees collect flower nectar on their trips and bring it back to their hive where they make it into honey. The worker bees at the hive receive the nectar from the collector bee, who then turns it ... Read More

How to Get Relief from Tinnitus: All About Diagnosis and Treatment

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 23-Feb-2023 16:18:38
Sometimes you may hear some extra ringing noise in both of your ears, but others cannot hear it. Hearing this extra ringing sound is known as Tinnitus. This situation is not caused by any external cause, but as per expert, it is a normal situation. This problem is common for elderly people and it has been noticed that almost 15% to 20% of adults suffer from this problem. Once people start suffering from this hearing problem, it can affect their daily routines and lead to severity. Causes of Tinnitus It has been noticed that most elders suffer from this ... Read More

20 ways to Preserve and Boost Collagen

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 23-Feb-2023 16:17:30
Collagen – What is it? The primary structural protein in the skin is Collagen, which serves as a scaffold and adds volume to the skin to make it smooth and wrinkle-free. It serves as the main component of the connective tissues in your body, including your tendons, ligaments, skin, muscles, and bones. Additionally, it is present in the lining of your intestines, blood vessels, and organs. Proline, glycine, and hydroxyproline are the primary amino acids used to produce Collagen. These amino acids band together to create protein fibrils with a triple helix shape. Vital Roles Promoting fibroblast formation ... Read More

Vertigo Causes and Risk Factors

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 23-Feb-2023 16:16:48
Vertigo is a sign that something else is wrong with your health. Vertigo is associated with a wide variety of medical issues. In medical terms, vertigo is the perception of movement when no external force is at work, or the perception of motion that is out of sync with normal head movement. However, vertigo sufferers generally characterize their symptoms as dizziness, which may have a wide variety of root causes. Peripheral vertigo, which originates in the inner ear, and central vertigo, which originates in the brain or neurological system, are the two most common causes of dizziness. Vertigo attacks ... Read More

Appendicitis Causes Complications and Risk Factors

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 23-Feb-2023 16:16:07
The appendix, a little, finger-shaped organ connected to the large intestine, gets bloated and inflamed when you have appendicitis, a serious medical ailment. The exact cause of appendicitis is not usually known. The appendiceal lumen, also known as the appendix lumen or the appendix tube lumen, is frequently obstructed, which is likely the cause of appendicitis. Causes Known alternatively as "appendix stones, " appendicoliths or fecaliths are calcified fecal deposits (this is more common in children than adults) Pinworms are among the intestinal worms or parasites (Enterobius vermicularis) Consequences of chronic diseases like Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis ... Read More

FDA Approves Daxxify: 8 Things to Know About the New Botox Alternative

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 23-Feb-2023 16:15:15
Dermatologists consider Daxxify, which is a new injectable drug for erasing facial wrinkles mostly in adults, Botox's first serious competition in decades. The FDA just authorized Daxxify. Daxxify is part of the neuromodulator class of medications, which also includes Botox, Dysport, Jeuveau, and Xeomin. The benefits of these well-known neuromodulators endure for an average of three months (ASDS). Daxxify's unique selling point is that it may be able to delay the onset of wrinkles for even longer than other anti-aging products. Clinical studies submitted to the FDA for clearance found that after four months of taking Daxxify, 80% of ... Read More
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