Three peoples of 10 snore, but among the over-sixties it does 60 percent of men and 40 percent of women: almost an army of people sleeping loudly and forcing the innocent vigil as unfortunate spouses.
Why do you snore? When we sleep all the muscles relax, including those that keep the airway open. In particular, it lowers the soft palate and the tongue lies back against the pharynx. In this way, the air passage is obstructed, the flow velocity increases, the soft palate vibrates and precisely.
Several factors, however, predispose or aggravate snoring, for example …
- All diseases that can obstruct the airway, even nasal: enlarged tonsils, adenoids, deviated nasal septum, allergies, cancer …
- Obesity (fat accumulation around the throat makes it even more difficult air passage)
- Age (with the subsequent relaxation of the tissues)
- Alcohol and the use of sleeping pills that in addition to the nervous system, also relaxes the muscles …
- The anatomy of the jaw, etc …
The human body is mostly made up of water and, for this reason; this precious liquid is an indispensable source from which to draw, to keep the body healthy. These benefits are also taking on water when it is hot.
Just think of how it is precisely the hot water, which is used to make tea or hot coffee, the food that is consumed to wake up, just got out of bed in the morning. It is the Ayurvedic medicine to assert that water is better to take it at higher temperatures, contrary to what usually happens. In fact, when the liquid has been heated, it is able to go to aid digestion, reduce metabolic wastes, but it could also have positive effects on our immune system.
The Dr. Stella Metsovas, clinical nutritionist and media health expert in food science and nutrition, says how to drink in the morning, hot water and lemon, as with the tea, will lead to the reduction of free radicals in the body.
On the contrary, in fact, the cold water, not rich in minerals, is not going to help digestion, to the point that Dr. Metsovas advises against the consumption at least 20 minutes before you start eating. Read more
Water retention is a predominantly female problem that mostly affects the legs, thighs and buttocks and can cause an unpleasant feeling of heaviness and swelling, as well as cellulite and fluid stagnation. But what are the most effective remedies to combat it? Here are useful tips to eliminate water retention in the legs.
Water retention in the legs and buttocks is one of the most unpleasant unsightly problems regarding the female gender. In fact, this is not just an aesthetic issue, but the real health. Water retention in fact, it causes swelling and heaviness in the legs and can lead to accumulation of fluid accumulation that results in so hated cellulite.
Water retention in the legs: What is and what causes?
Water retention is nothing more than the accumulation and water retention in the spaces between one cell and another of our body, and has as main causes an imbalance between the lymphatic and venous system and poor blood circulation. If there are changes in the functionality of these two systems in fact, you can have water retention, which causes the following symptoms: swelling and edema – especially at the level of the legs, thighs and buttocks – cellulite and skin blemishes.
The woman it is particularly subject close to the menstrual cycle or pre-cycle, or at particular times such as pregnancy and menopause, due to hormonal changes important. There is also a tablet-water retention, always caused by hormonal imbalances and optimal dosages not really going to affect hydration, holding liquid and causing swelling abdomen and heaviness at the level of the belly and legs in particular. Besides fact to an unhealthy lifestyle, inadequate hydration and poor diet, it is the hormonal conditions and the resulting imbalances greatest effect on the presence of water retention and cellulite.
Once you understand what exactly the water retention and what are the causes and symptoms, we try to figure out what to do to fight it and what are the most effective remedies to prevent it. Read more
Some health curiosity are too embarrassing or obscure to them to friends and family. Fortunately, in these cases comes in Google. The world’s most used search engine is not intended as a medical substitute; however, it can often be very valuable. A simple search such as “What if …”, can bring up a list of wanted things to others, revealing what goes through people’s minds frequently (for the most part really strange things).
The main concerns, which cloud our minds, seem to relate their health and body. Here are the 10 most common health curiosity sought to Google, beginning with “is normal …?” Read more
While some respiratory diseases such as pneumonia, asthma and allergies are well-defined in the popular imagination, colds, sinusitis and allergic rhinitis have inflammation of the airways in which it is easy to become confused. Let’s find out the differences of these diseases.
What is the difference between colds, sinusitis and allergic rhinitis?
The common cold is a viral infection (so is contracted through direct or indirect contagion with another infected person), which affects the nose, throat and airways; It is very common and usually resolves in one or two weeks; It can also be a manifestation of the influence.
The sinusitis, however, is a sinus infection which can be acute or chronic, and that occurs when the sinuses become swollen and inflamed. Sinusitis is usually caused by a virus, and often persists even after other respiratory symptoms resolved. In rare cases, fungi or bacteria can cause an infection of the sinus. Even allergies, nasal polyps, infections to the teeth, or a deviated septum can trigger sinusitis.
Finally, the allergic rhinitis, also called hay fever, occurs when the immune system overreacts to particles in the air that is breathed, (if within them is present an allergen to which it is sensitive). The immune system then causes symptoms such as sneezing and runny nose. The particles are called allergens, which means that they can cause an allergic reaction. Read more
Colds – a generic name of diseases caused by different viruses. If you feel that you start to get sick, stay home, do not go to work. Labour exploits bad impact on your health and the health of your colleagues.
Do not rush to shoot down low-grade fever – it shows that the body is fighting the disease. With a cold drink as much fluid: cranberry, cranberry and black currant juice, lemon tea (preferably green), a decoction of quince with fruit and rich broth of apple peel.
Well-ventilated area where the patient spend there wet cleaning every day. Read more
One of the most common problems among people is definitely the nail fungus, which affects the feet more of the hands. Because of this disorder, there are micro parasites that grow and proliferate in humid parts and in particularly hot seasons.
This problem, besides being a damage to the nails, is definitely an unsightly nuisance, since the transformed mycosis nails changing the color, shape and texture.
Treat fungal infections: feet dry
It is good practice to keep the feet dry always and especially clean because, as we advance in our introduction, the parasites of fungi grow in moist environments. Read more
The blood pressure is a fairly common disease that, if underestimated, can greatly increase the risk factors to health or even death.
15% of the population suffer from this disease, mainly affects adults and in greater shape women after menopause.
But how can you tell if you suffer from hypertension or high blood pressure? Today in our blog, we will help you to understand how to recognize cases of hypertension.
Hypertension: invisible symptoms
As anticipated, hypertension is a common disease, which can cause serious problems such as coronary heart disease, heart failure, strokes, kidney failure.
When it comes to pressure, it is the force exerted by blood against the walls of the arteries, so if the pressure is high, the force will be greater than the standard values. If the pressure stays high for too long, the entire body could suffer major damage. Read more
The cardiac arrhythmias are disorders of the normal beat (rhythm) of the heart. They can appear at any age. Both in people who do not suffer from any disease – especially among young people and defined idiopathic (without apparent cause) – or in patients already suffering from cardiovascular diseases important and therefore secondary to heart failure, valvular heart disease (valvular abnormalities functionality), ischemia of the arteries coronary (narrowing or occlusion of the vessels that carry blood and oxygen to the heart muscle). Read more
The Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that causes cartilage wear. It is a disease that can cause functional disability, and mainly affects the joint cartilage, very often the hands, knees, hips and spine.
There are few cases where a knee osteoarthritis become so severe as to make it difficult to perform daily activities, but in the worst cases it becomes a disabling and crippling disease, and it may be even needed a knee replacement.
Those suffering from osteoarthritis and what are the symptoms?
Contrary to popular belief, arthritis is not exclusively a disease of old age: anyone can develop it regardless of age, but what is certain is that with increasing age increases its frequency, and is more common in women and in genetically predisposed individuals.
One of the most feared symptoms of osteoarthritis is pain, which in its early stages occurs when you make sudden movements or efforts that affect the joints. This pain is usually relieved by rest, but the advance of the disease can occur more frequently and with greater intensity. Those suffering from knee osteoarthritis may also have inability to move normally, and usually undergoes a progressive deformation of the affected joint. Read more