What is a headache
Headache is pain in the head and neck, which can be primary and secondary. Primary headaches occur when surveys do not show a different cause, secondary headaches are a symptom…

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What do we know about computer diagnostics and its benefits?
One of the diagnostic methods is computer diagnostics. This method, compared to others, is quite new: especially the use for diagnostic purposes, followed by the selection of the medical expert…

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Prostate cancer: from prophylaxis to treatment

About the importance of the prostate or prostate, one of the components of the male reproductive system, men themselves are often not sufficiently informed. The prostate is responsible for many functions, from testosterone production, the male hormone to the pleasant sensations that a man experiences during sex. Having learned about the diagnosis of prostate cancer, a man faces a serious test both physiologically and psychologically. Continue reading

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

Stress and depression are two sides of the same process.

Is depression a disease or condition of the body? Let’s try to figure it out together. Medicine characterizes depression with the following symptoms:
depressed, depressed mood, loss of interest in close, everyday affairs, work;
insomnia, early waking up in the morning or, on the contrary, an excessively long sleep;
irritability and anxiety, fatigue and loss of strength; Continue reading