Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
COPD is a progressive and irreversible disease of the respiratory tract, which manifests itself as a spasm of the respiratory tract and impaired gas exchange. COPD is usually associated with…

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Diabetes
Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease, the main symptoms of which are elevated levels of sugar (glucose) in the blood. Glucose is the energy of the body - the cells…

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Hypertension (high blood pressure)

Normal blood pressure for an adult is considered to be a pressure not exceeding 140/90 mm. Hg st. The first digit shows the systolic pressure, i.e. pressure in the arteries when the heart contracts. The second digit shows diastolic pressure, i.e. when the heart muscle is relaxed between two contractions. A pressure above 140/90 already indicates hypertension (high blood pressure) when the risk of heart disease and strokes increases. Modern electronic devices measuring blood pressure give a slightly high pressure reading compared to old, traditional tonometers with a switch. Electronic tonometers use a fundamentally different principle of pressure measurement – oscillometric (they are more sensitive due to the use of modern electronic pressure sensors) and this must be taken into account when choosing (buying) a tonometer. Continue reading

Influenza, SARS, acute respiratory infections, colds

As they say, the flu can be treated and it will pass in two weeks or not be treated, then the recovery will take 14 days, however, in this case the risk of complications sharply increases. But if you use the advice of traditional medicine, you can reduce the treatment time by 2-3 times and the disease is much easier to suffer. The cause of the epidemic of influenza is the activation of viruses in connection with a decrease in immunity, due to seasonal factors. For example, the ideal conditions for attacking viruses is cold and wet weather (spring and winter). The cause of a cold can be windy, wet weather or getting under a draft, as well as a sudden change of weather. Continue reading

Women's inflammatory diseases: why they need to be treated
Inflammatory processes make up more than 60% of gynecological diseases among women who seek medical assistance in women's counseling. When inflammation of the reproductive system in women is often disturbed…

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Kidney stones: can you do without surgery?
Urolithiasis or urolithiasis (IBS) today, unfortunately, the phenomenon is quite common. Statistics say that in seven out of ten people in Ukraine of middle and older age, sand, stones in…

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Should I treat an allergic runny nose?
Allergy and runny nose caused by various allergens are often not perceived as a serious problem. Unfortunately, many people still think that special treatment is not required in this situation.…

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