Arthritis is a group of around 100 diseases. It creates a problem in every joint in the human body like wrist, knee or fingers, etc. But Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid are the most common types of arthritis. Osteoarthritis commonly affects the knee, hands, etc. Osteoarthritis symptoms will develop very slowly and become worse in a long time. You may feel pain in the joints while moving or you may feel stiffness if you do not move your body for a long time. You will feel stiffer often when you wake up in the morning. Rheumatoid is a chronic type of arthritis. It will happen when the immune system attacks your body tissues mistakenly. Rheumatoid arthritis can damage the other parts of the body. The main symptoms are swollen in joints, weight loss, fatigue and stiffness with heavy pain especially in the morning. Arthritis has become more painful in winter as due … Read the rest
HIV or Human Immunodeficiency Virus is increasing becoming a common condition amid both men and women. Nearly one-fourth of the world’s population is a victim of this chronic infection. The HIV virus invades healthy immune cells called CD4 cells and damages them to the core. Over time, if HIV is left untreated, the infection turns into AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) and even exposes the body to multiple threats including cancer.
In general, HIV symptoms are mild in nature and can be easily dismissed or be confused with some other condition. However, a fact remains intact – a person, even if he/she doesn’t experience noticeable symptoms of HIV, they can still pass on the virus to other individuals. This is precisely the reason why it’s important to get tested at regular intervals.
Below mentioned are some common signs and symptoms of HIV/AIDS experienced by both men and women.
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All of us have long known that amino acids are the main basis of the building material of which all proteins of the body are composed and without which not one process in our body can be done, be it the production of various hormones, the restoration of physical and mental tonus or the catabolism of subcutaneous fat and even the intellectual activity of our brain.
All this ultimately requires a large amount of protein in our body. Not to mention the fact that the protein itself and amino acids are the main building material and the main source for muscle tissue. There are 20 proteinogenic amino acids in total, nine of which are essential amino acids.
- It is these amino acids that we receive only with food. Our body cannot independently synthesize them in our body in sufficient for this amount.
- But all the other amino acids are interchangeable
Everyone produces tears. Tears are the body’s way of protecting the eyes, showing emotion, and keeping the eyes healthy. However, when we produce too many tears, they can wash away the protective tear film over the eye. When this occurs on a regular basis, the eyes can become dry, irritated, red, and even infected.
According to the Mayo Clinic, there are many different causes leading to watery eyes:
- Certain medications such as epinephrine or chemotherapy drugs
- Eyedrops that contain echothiophate iodide or pilcarpine
- Blocked tear ducts
- Dry eye syndrome
- Blocked tear ducts
- Common cold
- Various eye dysfunctions
- Certain autoimmune conditions such as Lupus and Sjogren’s Syndrome
Using eye drops for watery dry eyes just doesn’t work. Instead of using artificial tears, we must treat dry eyes to stop watery eyes from tear overproduction.
What’s in Our Tears?
Human basal tears are not merely water for the eyes. Tears … Read the rest