Interdisciplinary Medicine

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A hot flash is a sudden onset of intense warmth in your neck, face, or chest, and is often accompanied by sweating and anxiety. Hot flashes are more common in women during menopause. Menopause (life changes when menstruation stops) Most start 1 to 2 years before menopause and stop after 2 years, but some women have it. Hot flashes for more than 15 years affecting women 75% after menopause

Kegel exercises can help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. The part of the body that includes the hip bone is the pelvic region. The pelvic floor muscles are at the bottom of this area (pelvic floor), the muscles between the legs, and the part that can be closed with a tampon. These muscles are important for supporting the bladder, uterus (womb), and rectum. These muscles prevent urination and defecation. (bowel movement) leaking These muscles also perform important functions during sex.

People faint most often because a sudden drop in blood pressure is sure to get up too quickly. Common causes involve insufficient blood flow to the brain and therefore insufficient oxygen supply to the brain.

Cholesterol is a type of fat or fat. Helps the body work better Cholesterol is created in the liver and carries fat into the bloodstream. In the body, cholesterol makes a protein-fat chemical called lipoprotein. Lipoproteins are grouped into VLDLs, LDLs, which are “bad cholesterol,” and high-density lipoproteins, HDLs, which are “good cholesterol,” help remove fat. From the bloodstream, higher HDL levels are better than VLDL and LDL can clog arteries, high levels of cholesterol, LDL and triglycerides. Fatty substances (fatty substances) increase the risk for hardening of the arteries. (atherosclerosis) and heart disease

Blood pressure is the force that sends blood through the arteries from the heart c. Increased blood pressure puts a strain on your circulatory system. The blood pressure system is divided. It's two numbers, systolic pressure is the top number. and the diastolic pressure is the lower number. Both are recorded as mm Hg (millimeters of mercury), which indicates how high the mercury column is raised by the pressure. The systolic pressure is the highest pressure when the heart contracts. The diastolic pressure is the lowest pressure during contractions. Normal is 120/80. The American Heart Association defines adult hypertension as 140 mm Hg or higher systolic and/or 90mm Hg or diastolic higher.

Diseases of the mitral tongue such as mitral stenosis Leaky mitral tongue mitral tongue Tongue stenosis is caused by stenosis of the tongue due to the adhesion of tartar or tongue causing the tongue to be unable to open fully. The leaky tongue is caused by the tongue not closing properly.

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A large amount of fat that accumulates in the liver occurs in people with diabetes, obesity, or people who drink large amounts of alcohol. Fatty liver mask itself is not dangerous, but if the inflammation occurs for a long time, the scar tissue will pull together, resulting in abnormal liver function.

caused by bowel movements less than usual It is not always possible to determine exactly how many times the bowel movements per day. Some people move three times a day. Some people move once for three days. However, if the bowel movement is wrong, the frequency or stool changes are suspected of colon cancer.

is a food allergy related to gluten It can be found in cereal grains, barley and oats, mainly affecting the small intestine. It is usually found in young children who eat gluten-containing foods.

Type 1 diabetes is lifelong. Prevents getting too much energy from food. Most of them are detected at the age of 12-15 years. This type of diabetes is caused by The beta cells in the pancreas cannot make the hormone insulin. which insulin acts to help absorb water into the cells which the body needs to use a lot of energy But people with diabetes have high blood sugar, but can't use it. and not enough to take into the body cells

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