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Causes Of Startling Easily
Sad: You may be very sensitive and also there may be things in your life you have never resolved. See a clinical psychologist who can help you uncover the root of your problems and can also help you develop better ways of coping. Read the free updated articles on depression on the sounmdmindz.Org website for ongoing support and education. Best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pretty common: There is a roughly 15% chance of miscarrying any particular pregnancy, and there may be many more fertilizations that fail, but so early that we are never aware of it. A great many things have to go right at the very beginning for a pregnancy to continue, and the system is very efficient at selecting out the abnormal ones. ...Read more
Lots of things: People get annoyed about all kinds of things, from other drivers, to their spouse's habits, to the way a store clerk treats them, etc. Premenstrual tension could lead to a shorter fuse during that time of the month also. Conditions like depression, bipolar disorder, and personality disorders are possible too. To get a clearer idea, you could see a psychiatrist for consultation & help. ...Read more
Any skin opening: An untreated foot laceration that clogged thru the swamp, mud ; dirt would be the prime illustration of tetanus risk. Yet, a simple shallow opening in the skin, contaminated by tetanus spores ( that are all around us but predominantly outside in dirt) could give you tetanus. You put yourself at risk every time you let your system weaken ; the booster is simple ; readily available. ...Read more
Do anti-depressants actually help long term? Or do they simply treat the symptoms and not the cause?
Antidepressants: Anti-depressants are not just band-aids. Ssris/snris have been shown not only to help the brain function more normally, but also to increase the size of the hippocampus (the part of the brain most sensitive/damaged by the "stress" of depression). Lithium (an augmenting agent) has been shown to decrease neurodegeneration in the brain, which occurs in everyone, esp people with depression. ...Read more
How easy is it to get a bloodclot? How can you prevent and avoid? Also can standing and sitting cause them?
Blood clots rapidly: when not flowing adjacent to endothelial lining which constantly suppresses both platelets & the 12 clotting proteins (at multiple steps) which operate as a chain reaction while also stimulating the chain of blood clot destroying proteins. When endothelial lining not present (such with the break of a blood vesse) or damaged (within a blood filled space) the seasaw relationship flips & blood clots. ...Read more
Apart from somthing simply being overwhelming, what causes a person to faint or pass out or for a second or two?
Fainting : There are many reasons this can occur. I recommend seeing a physician to evaluate the problem. http://www.webmd.com/brain/understanding-fainting-basics ...Read more
When beinmanic depressd is it bad to get little sleep? Does it cause problems with makin a person annoyed or angry easily?
Yes, it is bad: Getting poor sleep is bad for anyone. When you have a disease like bipolar disorder, it can make it worse. It may also be a symptom of poorly controlled bipolar disorder. And sleep deprivation can make someone very irritable or angry. Getting good sleep is extremely important. ...Read more
Daily BMs...sometimes twice a day. Normal brown, no blood, smooth and easily passed but seem just a little more oval shaped then round. Poss causes?
That's normal: Round, hard stools are more likely in someone who is constipated. You're not. ...Read more
I find it hard to remember simple things that for example i've already read , and this phenomenon started almost since 2 months what may the cause be?
Several things: These are symptoms that require a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after obtaining this informstion, can he/she adequately diagnose and treat you. ...Read more
Will try: The cells in your body have a set of instructions (genes) that tell them how to behave (when to divide and even when to die). Certain agents like radiation, viruses, and toxins, often in conjunction with inherited traits, change those instructions (mutations) so now the cells go crazy and grow too much, divide too much, learn to detach and spread to other places, and don't die when they should. ...Read more
Genetic mutation: This is the most severe form of icthyosis, and is caused by a mutation in abca12 gene. ...Read more
See Nutritionist: Allergist might be helpful, too. But start by making diary of everything you put in your mouth, whether solid or liquid. Be very meticulous and record every detail, even if only a bite, a drop, or a single piece of whatever. Then look for common themes. Or consider gluten-free diet http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/gluten-free-diet/art-20048530 ...Read more
Elevated blood sugar: Type 1 diabetes is caused by a destruction in Insulin producing cells. Adult (or type 2) diabetes is more common as you get older, if you have a family history of diabetes -- and is 70-90% related to weight. As you gain weight you become more resistant to Insulin until your pancreas is overwhelmed. It's the only risk factor you can control. ...Read more
Pale: Being cooped up all winter, you could be paler because of "winter pallor". ...Read more
Can u tell me the name of poison which is easily available in market can cause death and not detectable.....
Sorry, man: There's no such poison. If you are considering homicide, ask whether you want to spend the rest of your life in prison for the attempt. You'll be with people who aren't nice and they will consider you a low-class coward and abuse you for it. ...Read more
What causes a person to drop things easily? Hard to open things too, writing changes&tremors everywhere( chronic)?
SEVERAL ISSUES: First, the dropping of objects and description of poor grip strength, and writing issues raises thought of median nerve issues, and indeed may be "carpal tunnel sydrome". An EMG test can help. The tremors could be due to medications, hyperthyroidism, and even familial essential tremors, but many other conditions can cause this, including parkinson's, wilson's, lyme, so check with your doc. ...Read more
Possible cause for me barely being hungry in the last 2 weeks or so. Appetite is there. I can still easily eat in general. I just don't feel hungry.
Many possibilities: If you are still able to "force yourself to eat", this implies that there is no direct obstruction of the gut. Usually the cause is some type of "toxin" or disruption in your system, ranging from an accumulation of liver or kidney byproducts, a sodium or other electrolyte imbalance or an infection, or less likely, cancer or autoimmune disease. Depression also possible. ...Read more
One of my 60 years old friend has annal fissure disease, He is so much worried. Is this disease easily curable and what are its happening causes pls.
I read that it's very hard to get too much Mg from food cause your body will eject excess, but easy to (take too much) with supplements. Why is that?
Good reading: Too much thinking........commonsense....tells that concentrated and easily absorbable preps will be absorbed promptly giving higher level. ...Read more
What causes a person to faint? Apart from somthing simply being overwhelming, exactly how dose the body cause the person to faint or pass out or black out for a sec?
Common denominator: The common denominator is often reduced global perfusion to the brain. This is most often from a drop in blood pressure such as from hemorrhage (like a gunshot wound) or from a cardiac rhythm disturbance, sometimes with dilated blood vessels like with a simple faint. A direct CNS agent, like an anesthetic, can do it. Diffuse electrical discharge like during a seizure can also cause it. ...Read more
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