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Once airways are damaged due wedge biopsy or severe persistant cough, will alveoli grow back like normal in time?Or will this cause irreversible damage
Can coughing, sneezing or long-term constant sniffing due to sinus drainage and habit cause optic nerve damage in glaucoma?
Glaucoma causes: Usually, the activities of daily living like you describe are NOT factors in the cause of glaucoma or the progression,severity, or treatment decisions.... FYI Cosopt is a drug and often has side effects..Have you asked about having the SLT glaucoma laser to replace the drops. Keep us posted. Dr.Sibley ...Read more
Can wearing ear bud headphones 24/7, literally, cause damage? If so how and what symptoms could occur?
Yes: In all seriousness, the principal damage would be psychosocial from stunted interpersonal relationships. That's what would most concern me. Aside from that, loud volume can cause permanent hearing loss. I suppose dermatitis might occur from accumulation of oils and bacteria in the foam. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
In terms of behavioural addictions, can damaged grey matter linked with hypofrontality cause irreversible damage, if not can it grow back or be repair?
Not clear: The "grey matter" of the brain is the cell bodies of neurons themselves. Physical damage to them is serious and can come from degenerative neurological disorders and traumatic injury. Other conditions such as schizophrenia and internet addiction can also show frontal lobe changes on MRI scan, which may correlate to behavioral changes in executive functioning. It's not known whether these resolve. ...Read more
Does lack of sleep cause brain damage? I know it causes your brain to be slightly slow temporarily but is there any permanent damage from it?
No: It will not cause an permanent issues. ...Read more
Confusing question: Hypothermia is actually used in centers to reduce brain metabolism after a stressful event and has a brain protective effect. Gradual rewarming is eventually done. Patients will either re-warm and survive or secumb to their problem.I fail to understand what treatment someone could omit and still have a surrvivor. ...Read more
Pains from inhaling air while using cpap. Can this cause any lasting damage? Happens fairly often.
Probably not, but...: I would see your doctor; you may need altered settings for the cpap. ...Read more
I would wear them: Probably and it surely should help.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: There's always a cause. (in rare instances, we don't discover what the cause is, but that's the exception). ...Read more
Can constant arousal without ejaculation cause epididymis to swell and cause pain?Can this cause permanent damage?
Can sleeping too much- I have depression- cause brain cells to die or to shut down or cause delay in thinking?
Can gastric problems cause interruption during exercise (heart palpitations etc)? If so, what types of problems can cause this?
Not normally : Heart palpitation is normal during exercise. Can be exaggerated if you eat just before exercising, get dehydrated during exercise or if you use some supplements that increase metabolism. Also long runners sometimes develop diarrhea that could be associated with an exaggerated response. Hope this help. ...Read more
maybe: I believe your best bet is to consult with a neurologist and then perhaps comprehensive psychological testing to determine the full extent of your cognitive abilities. Make sure they communicate with each other, and then have your neurologist guide your follow up. ...Read more
Can withdrawal from many psych drug cause trouble breathing, catching breath, lowering of heart rate? Can it be from moving teeth or deconditioning
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