How to help yourself with pinched nerve
Pain, unbearable and sharp, arising suddenly, aggravated when trying to move - this most likely indicates a pinched nerve. Why pinched nerve Pain, unbearable and sharp, arising suddenly, aggravated when…

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How scoliosis affects quality of life and health
If a person suffers from a multitude of diseases, then their cause should be sought in spinal disorders. So claimed the ancient healer Hippocrates. Modern studies have fully confirmed the…

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Wet problem: causes of sweating
Sweating is a very important and natural process that all people without exception are exposed to. It protects the body from overheating. But some people, even in the hottest weather,…

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Legs walking when walking: what causes a symptom

Sharp, piercing pain in the leg, which turns the muscle into a “stone” and sometimes makes it rise on the toe – this is how the unpleasant state, which is popularly called “reduces the leg,” appears. In medicine, this pathology is called spasm. An unpleasant condition always arises spontaneously and is uncontrollable. Cramp may occur during rest or physical activity. Why are the calves numb when walking? What will a painful symptom tell? Continue reading

Why and who needs to do a colonoscopy
Colonoscopy is a medical procedure for examining the colon. Translated from the Greek, this term means "inspection" of the colon. What is a colonoscopy Colonoscopy is a medical procedure for…

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Pain threshold: what is it, why does all people have it different?
You probably know that everyone suffers pain in different ways: someone at the thought of an injection starts to tremble, and another tooth is removed without anesthesia, and he does…

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To drink or not to drink: how to take painkillers correctly
Painkillers, completely safe at first glance and so necessary for discomfort, can cause serious harm to the body. The person, experiencing painful sensations, seeks to get rid of them. And…

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Hypochondria: Disease Simulators?
“Yes, he’s just a hypochondriac,” “I’ve put hypochondria on myself,” we say with irritation about an overly sensitive, dull, constantly complaining person, not always realizing that hypochondria is in fact…

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