Diseases

Arthritis

Arthritis can be described as the inflammation of joints.This is a very common disorder, especially found in people of 50 and older.However it can reach people at any age and is a combinatory disorder, which is described by 100 different

Back Pain

Back pain can be felt in the back and originates from the structures in the spine of a human body, e.g. joints, muscles, nerves and bones and other spinal structures.Being the most common reason for doctor’s visits, back pain, especially lower back pain

Headache

In today’s world headache is the most common health disorders in humans, which frequently doesn’t indicate any significant health issues, but rather is a result of the stressful and unhealthy lifestyle and surroundings. A headache is associated

Cancer

The uncontrollable growth of abnormal cells in any body areas is referred to as a cancer.There are 100 different types of cancer classified by the medicine now. Not only humans but other living organisms and animals can acquire cancerous cells. Except for

Cervical Spondylosis

Predominantly the age related wear of cervical joints, discs and vertebrae occurs due to loss of elasticity of the inter-vertebral discs, which results in inflammation and calcification. This health disorder has become very common in office workers

Hypertension

Blood pressure in medical terms means the blood pressure measured at the upper arm of a patient at the brachial artery.It is indicated by two numbers: systolic pressure(heart beats)and diastolic pressure (heart relaxation).It is commonly

Hypotension

Low blood pressure is reflected by the reading of 90/60 or lower. It is very common for people who are fit and exercise regularly to have low blood pressure. But for others it can indicate more serious health problems with heart, neurological or endocrine

Depression

This state is psychological disorder, which affect physiological functions of the body, is known to cause emotions of sadness, emptiness, irritability, anxiety, worthlessness etc. Depression affects the way people think, their behavior and physical well-being.

Diabetes

Diabetes is classified as a chronic metabolic disease, signified by the increased lipids and proteins utilization and the reduced one of carbohydrates. It is the absolute or relative deficiency of insulin (produced by pancreas to reduce glucose in blood)

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a disorder associated sometimes with a pain. The endometrium, a tissue underlying female's uterus, tends to thicken in the preparation for conception, however, when this does not happen, it will be expelled from one's body

Eye Diseases

Glaucoma is characterized by the damage to the optic nerve due to increased eye pressure, which gradually results in the complete loss of vision. The fluid between cornea and the iris of an eye should flow freely back and forth, while glaucoma will

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) or male impotence is a common male problem and can be defined as the inability to achieve or maintain erection, as well as short duration of the erection. The cases of erectile dysfunction are increasing with the age

Migraine

Moderate to severe headache sometimes accompanied by nausea is due to blood vessels enlargement in the brain region. Migraine is different from sinus and tension-type headaches. When the blood vessels enlarge, this will stretch

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is characterized by an absence of rare ovulation in women due to the sex hormones imbalance (increased androgen production). This is one of the reasons for infertility and can result in more serious disorders like

Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a non-curable, chronic autoimmune skin disease, the mechanism of which is still not studied well. When the immune system sends fault signals to increase the growth rate of skin cells, the skin becomes thick, red with silver-white scales.

Repetitive Stress Injury

This is quite a modern health condition, which is decribed by several names, such as as Work related Musculoskeletal disorder, Computer related Injury, Cumulative Trauma Disorder, Work related Upper Limp Disorder and Occupational

Sinusitis

Sinusitis refers to the inflammation of sinuses, the empty cavern in the bony scull. As a result a patient has a blocked sinus, which lining is swollen, red and filled with fluid. Due to this a headache can occur.

Frozen Shoulder

Adhesive capsulitis also known as frozen shoulder, is reflected in the loss or difficulty in shoulder motions. It is triggered by an inflammation of connective tissues of joints of the shoulder.

Fibromyalgia

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which the nerves of the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) degenerate. Myelin (fatty substance that surrounds and protects the nerve fibres in the central nervous system)