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Bhagwan Sri Jambeshwar Jain Herbal Medicines - Wholesaler of herbal product, asthama treatment services & depression treatment services in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.+ Read More

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In Siddha system of medicine a physician should be spiritual and have an in-depth knowledge about normal/abnormal functioning of the three humors, capable of curing ailments, intelligent, truthful, confident, associated with the elite, capable of preparing high quality drugs with mastery over medical classes. According to Theraiyar (a siddha) in his Thylavarga churrukama, the physician should have pure thought and action, love for all human beings, a detailed knowledge about geographical seasonal variations, correct physical and mental state and dietary habits. Agasthiyar Sillaraikkovai further adds generosity, patience, untiring hard work, capability of overcoming greed, anger, knowledge about astrology and numerology as the qualities of a physician. He says that a physician should protect his patient like an eyelid, which protects the eyes and care as a mother who cares for her sick child.

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About 10 million Americans have asthma, and the number seems to be increasing. Between 1982 - 92, the rate actually rose by 42%. Not only is asthma becoming more frequent, but it also is a more severe disease than before, despite modern drug treatments. In the same 10 - year period, the death rate from asthma in the United States increased by 35%. The changes that take place in the lungs of asthmatic persons makes the airways (the "breathing tubes ," or bronchi and the smaller bronchioles) hyper - reactive to many different types of stimuli that don't affect healthy lungs. In an asthma attack, the muscle tissue in the walls of bronchi go into spasm, and the cells lining the airways swell and secrete m ucus into the air spaces. Both these actions cause the bronchi to become narrowed (bronchoconstriction). As a result, an asthmatic person has to make a much greater effort to breathe in air and to expel it. Cells in the bronchial walls, called mast cells, release certain substances that cause the bronchial muscle to contract and stimulate mucus formation. These substances, which include histamine and a group of chemicals called leukotrienes, also bring white blood cells into the area, which is a key part o f the inflammatory response. Many patients with asthma are prone to react to such "foreign" substances as pollen, house dust mites, or animal dander; these are called allergens. On the other hand, asthma affects many patients who are not "allergic" in this way. Asthma usually begins in childhood or adolescence, but it also may first appear during adult years. While the symptoms may be similar, certain important aspects of asthma are different in children and adults.

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Symptoms of a depressive disorder include at least five of the following changes in the individual'sprevious characteristics: loss of motivation and inability to feel pleasure; deep chronic sadness or distress;changes in sleep patterns; lack of physical energy (apathy); feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness;difficulty with concentration; overeating or loss of appetite; withdrawal from interpersonal interactions oravoidance of others; death wishes, or belief in his/her own premature death. In children, the first signs ofdepression may be irritation and loss of concentration, apathy and distractibility during classes, and socialwithdrawal. Some adults initially complain of constant fatigue, even after long hours of sleep, digestivedisorders, headaches, anxiety, recurrentmemory lapses, and insomnia or excessive sleeping. An episode ofmajor depression may be preceded by a period of dysthymia, a mild but persistent low mood state, usuallyaccompanied by diminished
 drive, decreased affective response, and loss of interest in normal socialactivities and hobbies.Most individuals with depression have difficulty in dealing with the challenges of daily life, and evenminor obstacles or difficulties may trigger exaggerated emotional responses. Frustrating situations arefrequently met with feelings of despair, dejection, resentment, and worthlessness, with people easilydesisting from their goals. People with depression may try to avoid social situations and interpersonalinteractions. Some people with depression overeat,while others show a sharp loss of appetite (anorexia). Insome individuals, medical treatments for some other existing illness may also cause depression as anadverse reaction. For instance, antihypertensive drugs, steroids, muscle relaxants, anticancer drugs, andopioids, as well as extensive surgery such as a coronary bypass, may lead to depression. Cancer and otherdegenerative diseases, chronic painful conditions, metabolic diseases or hormonal changes duringadolescence, or after childbirth, menopause, or old age may be potential triggers for depression. When thefirst onset of depression occurs after the age of 60, there is a greater possibility that the causative factor is acerebrovascular (blood vessels in the brain) degeneration

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Night blindness, also called nyctalopia, is a symptom of several different diseases or conditions. All of thepossible causes of night blindness are associated with the way in which the eye receives light rays. Lighttravels through the cornea and lens and lands on the retina at the backof the eye. The retina is composed ofphotoreceptors. Photoreceptors are specialized nerve cells that receive light rays and convert them intoelectrical signals, which are then transmitted to the brain, creating an image.There are two types of photoreceptors, rods and cones. There are three million cones and 100 million rodsin each eye. The two different photoreceptors are similar in structure, however, rods have a larger outersegment than cones. The outer segments of photoreceptors contain light-sensitive photopigments whichchange shape whenever light rays strike them. Rods contain the photopigments retinal and rhodopsin,whereas cones contain retinal and three different opsins. Rhodopsin is only able to discriminate betweendifferent degrees of light intensity, whereas the opsins of cones distinguish between light wavelengths inthe red, blue, and green ranges. Hence, rods see only black and white, but cones see colors. Also, rodsenable the eyes to detect motion and provide peripheral vision.Rodsare responsible for vision in dim light, and cones are responsible for vision in bright light. The rodsare spread throughout the retina, but the cones are only in the center of the retina. Vision in dim light ordarkness is blurry because of the connections between the photoreceptors and the nerve cells which arelinked to the brain. Each rod must share this connection to the brain with several other rods so the braindoes not know exactly which rod produced the signal. Alternatively, vision in bright light is sharp becauseeach cone has its own connection to the brain so the brain can determine exactly where on the retina thesignal originated.Another feature of rods is that they must adapt to darkness. This is best exemplified by walking into a darkmovie theater. At first, one can see very little. With time, vision improves and one is able to discernobjects. Ultimately, one can see moderately well. This dark adaptation process occurs because of thechemical nature of rhodopsin. Rhodopsin is decomposedin bright light making the rods nonfunctional. Indarkness, rhodopsin is regenerated faster than it can be decomposed. Dark adaptation takes about 15–30minutes and, when complete, increases light sensitivity by about 100,000 times.

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Blood Pressure Treatment Services
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Blood pressure is the force of the blood against the artery walls. High blood pressure (hypertension) andlow blood pressure (hypotension) can both cause cardiovascular problems. Ambulatory blood pressuremonitoring or tilt table tests may beused to diagnose these conditions. There are many types of high bloodpressure, which may be treated with antihypertensive medications, such as diuretics, beta blockers andACE inhibitors.Blood pressure is a physiological variable—like body temperature,respiratory rate, or heart rate. Bloodpressure is not constant throughout the day; each time the heart squeezes and relaxes, there is a new bloodpressure. It increases before awakening and declines with sleep. The level of blood pressure is regulated bythe kidneys, brain, heart, endocrine glands, and blood vessels. In the United States, the actual level of bloodpressure gradually increases from birth to adulthood. Due to difference in diet and activity levels innonindustrialized countries, however, blood pressure does not increase beyond the age of eighteen.Whereas temperature is measured with a thermometer, blood pressure is measured with asphygmomanometer, preferably a mercury sphygmo-manometer, though aneroid and electronic devices aresometimesused.Blood pressure should be measured after a five-minute period of rest, with the back supported and the legsuncrossed. Constrictive clothing should be removed from around the upper arm, which must be resting on atable at heart level. The blood pressure cuff is evenly and snugly applied around the upper arm above theelbow, and a stethoscope is placed over the crease of the elbow. The cuff is inflated to 15 millimeters ofmercury (mmHg) above the point where radial artery pulse (the artery above the thumb at the wrist)disappears. The pressure in the cuff is then slowly released at 2 mmHg per second. The first of twoconsecutive sounds as cuff pressure decreases is called the systolic blood pressure—the pressure to openthe artery occluded with the cuff. The diastolic blood pressure is recorded at the absence of sounds withcontinued deflation of the blood pressure cuff. Blood pressure is generally recorded to the nearest 2 mmHg.For example, a blood pressure of 142/86 mmHg indicates a systolic blood pressure of 142 mmHg and adiastolic blood pressure of 86 mmHg. Pain and emotional disturbance, as well as caffeine, tobacco, andalcohol, can elevate systolic blood pressure

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Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease that causes serious health complications including renal (kidney)failure, heart disease, stroke, and blindness. Approximately 14 million Americans (about 5% of thepopulation) have diabetes. Unfortunately, as many as one-half are unaware that they have it.

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   Blood pressure is the  force of the blood against  the artery walls.  High  blood pressure  (hypertension) and low  blood pressure  (hypotension) can both  cause cardiovascular  problems. Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring or tilt table tests may be used to diagnose these conditions. There are many types of high blood pressure, which may be treated with antihypertensive medications, such as diuretics, beta blockers and ACE inhibitors

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