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Diabetes is a lack of or underutilization of Insulin. Insulin is a hormone produced in our bodies by the pancreatic beta cells. Insulin helps in the sugar metabolism of our body. Scientists for past ten years have known increased levels of Inflammation in people with adult-onset.
Human body comprises 75% water which is present in both intracellularly and extracellularly. Dehydration refers to a condition that involves excessive loss of body water, leading to disturbed metabolic processes. It is generally an imbalance between water loss vs. water intake.
Neck pain is a widespread medical condition that has affected almost all of us at some point or other.Neck pain is inevitable, however knowing about the risk factors can reduce your chances of a chronic neck pain and potentially increase your overall health and well-being.
Prolonged sitting & Bad Posture is the most common cause of neck and back pain and is commonly seen in IT professions which involves sitting in a single position for a prolonged duration of time. Sitting with chin protruding forward for prolonged hours puts a strain on the ligaments provoking neck pain. In the same token sitting with back protruding and rounded puts a similar strain on the ligaments. Mechanical pain arises when the joint between the 2 bones has been placed in a position that overstretches the surrounding soft tissues.
Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection caused by dengue flavivirus. It is a significant vector-borne disease and has become a global problem causing epidemics in many countries. It is the most common arthropod-borne viral disease. Outbreaks may occur in the monsoon season as breeding of the Aedes aegyti is rampant.
We live in a constantly changing world with an ever-increasing rate of change. The same impacts our well-being, and downtime from health related issues can affect our overall productivity, careers and overall happiness. RxDx aims to solve this modern malaise by General Practitioner led healthcare solutions and hence nipping problems in the bud itself, both swiftly and with confidence.
High blood pressure is known as a silent disease as it may not present with any symptoms. However, it may slowly damage your organs like heart, brain, kidneys, and eyes if not treated appropriately and by timely intervention. This untreated high blood pressure can lead to major illnesses like stroke and heart attack to name a few.
Luckily blood pressure can be easily detected and monitored. The blood is pumped by the heart and the resistance of the arteries would determine the blood pressure.