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Can Removing Salt From Diet Reduce Symptoms Of Vascular Conditions
Vascular conditions: Vascular conditions, aka cardiovascular disease is number one killer. Cancer number 2. Vascular conditions kill by cv events; stroke, heart attack, sudden death, organ failure, hemorrhage. Often no warning, before a cv event. Patients and docs work as a team to diagnose and treat, hopefully before event occurs. Manage hypertension, (low salt helps), control diabetes, lipids, stop nicotine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Can stress cause inflammation in the body? Would reducing stress potentially reduce the risk of inflammatory related conditions and diseases?
Polymyositis (pol-e-my-o-SY-tis) is a rare muscle disease: A few studies that looked at small numbers of people with polymyositis over a number of years found that a gluten-free diet was linked to symptom reduction. Without stronger evidence, though, having polymyositis doesn't mean you need to cut out gluten — unless you also have celiac disease. In celiac disease, an abnormal immune system reaction keeps your small intestine from absorbing gluten, which is a protein in wheat, rye and barley. Eating these grains invariably causes digestive distress, as does eating processed foods containing gluten. A gluten-free diet is the basic requirement for living with celiac disease. If you have polymyositis and you develop persistent iron deficiency anemia with weight loss and frequent bouts of diarrhea, your doctor may recommend testing for celiac disease. ...Read more
Does inflammation from obesity contribute to things like arthritis pain and the development of food allergies?
Obesity is fat: The causes of obesity are many but I am unaware of any relationship to increased allergies. Arthritis is well- proven as a result of the mechanical insults of over-weight and abnormal weight-bearing. Lack of exercise is only half the common cause of obesity. Overeating, the other half, may be due to many things including anxiety and stress that could aggravate allergies. ...Read more
Nordic Naturals: is a well respected brand. Please read the label and make sure that when you add the EPA & DHA that the sum is 50% or more of the total sum of each capsule. Also, make sure the fish oil has been purified. Peace and good health. Marine Fish Oil is a good anti-inflammatory. ...Read more
No: Please forgive me. I wish they were all this easy to answer. The vegan diet is promoted as curing almost everything. In reality, the major benefits are moral -- which I greatly respect. Toe fungus may respond to topical measures but is more likely to require a month or so on a good oral antifungal. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can you reduce the risk of lifestyle related diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes for chil?
Indirect via fluid: Increased intake of salt results in increased salt in the blood vessels. As a result, water tends to follow the salt. The net effect is higher volume in the blood. This can increase blood pressure which is a risk factor for heart disease. If a person has underlying heart failure, a higher intravascular volume can exacerbate symptomatic heart failure which may require hospitalization. ...Read more
Need Western Med: No, would not rely on acupuncture to cure blood cancer. However, energy moving meridian txs are used to enhance stamina, improve health of the affected organs (using traditional chinese medicine physiologic principles) & center one during treatment. Please rely on western medicine for healing cancer. However, it would likely be beneficial to talk to your dr. About augmenting tx with acupuncture. ...Read more
Do eggs lead to kidney stone formation or worsen an already existing condition of kidney stone? What foods apart from salt should be avoided?
Here are some ...: Consuming eggs has been not known to have any negative impact onto urinary stone formation. Most patients with recurrent kidney stones are caused by genetic factors leading to poor urine dis-solubility, namely, low stone inhibiting activities, although some less than 15% of cases may re related with RTA, overactive parathyroid, medullary sponge kidneys, etc. So, ask Doc for more detail... ...Read more
Not exactly : If you have celiac disease, then a gluten-free diet will help delay the onset of symptoms from it. However, if you do not have celiac to begin with, eating a gluten-free diet will make no difference whatsoever. It will not prevent celiac disease. If you feel you may have celiac, due to how you feel when you eat gluten, you should see a gastroenterologist to sort it out. Good luck. ...Read more
Complicates diabetes: There has been strong research connecting gum disease with diabetic control and complications. A recent study just reported over all medical costs are higher for people with gum disease. Heart disease and pregnancy health seem to have an association but no direct cause has been proven from gum disease. There has been a long list of conditions shown to be associated w no proven causative link. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What r the recommendations for preventing bone loss, ? Ie ;that may be caused due harmonal fluctuations or intake of medication such as omeprazole
A few things: Regular activities on your feet can help maintain bone density. Talk to your doctor about medication use. Omeprazole can contribute to bone density loss if taken long enough. Talk to your doctor about about calcium and vitamin d3 levels as well. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sure: First, work closely with your doctor to develop a gluten free diet and control gastro-intestinal symptoms. Secondly, start a medical food, MetanX or a generic equivalent and take twice daily. Will help regrow small fibres over 9-10 months, and should result in less symptoms in feet and legs. Pain can be controlled by Lyrica (pregabalin) or Cymbalta. ...Read more
The vascular system is made up with 3 components, arteries, veins, and lymph channels. The most common description of vascular disease is usually associated with arterial insufficiency, also known as PAD. This usually is more of an issue as people age, who also have associated medical conditions to include diabetes, hypertension, heart ...Read more
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