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Exposure To Compute Then Taking A Bath
No: There is no medical contraindication to this. Take care. ...Read more
Does taking a bath after looking at computer for some hours can damage your eyes/vision? Thank you :)
Bathing after: Looking at computer is not a problem. Looking at a computer for hours on end can cause eye strain. Please see your eye doctor. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I often feek pinching in skin while working out or cycling. Sometimes after bath and during sun exposure. What could be tge reasin?
Is there a rash: Would consider a type of urticaria see you physician ...Read more
Yes but as long as-: -you have a system that is set up properly. Many people forget to blink while on the computer, which can lead to dry eyes. The main orthopedic problems are related to using the mouse & prolonged typing, this can lead to tendinitis as well as carpal tunnel. Proper mouse pads an keyboard rests will help avoid these ...Read more
Do you think steve jobs cancer was due to any inadvertant exposure to radiation or computer chemicals?
Do not discuss other: Hipaa and etiquette prevent discussion of other peoples lives whether they are celebrities or otherwise. Could you ask the question in a different form. ...Read more
Stood behind a crt computer at a store during checkout for 5 min and pregnant. Worried about radiation exposure.?
Don't worry: No problems will occur to the fetus from standing behind the crt. ...Read more
Saw on web about Gunnars Computer glasses. For long exposure to screens. The glass have +0.2 power. But I have no vision problems. Are they safe?
No need: Just make sure to blink frequently and look away for a brief time or give yourself short breaks. We tend to stare at the monitor and forget to blink. Blinking stimulate tear production otherwise you will dry up. When we look up close we contract our eye muscles which after a while it will cause eye strain. You need to look away to relax muscles. People over 40 May need computer glasses ...Read more
Why am I dizzy or fainting feeling everyday I work in an office and look at computer for 8 hrs. Should I be seen? Or is this postore or mold exposure
Not normal: Go to doctor for thorough evaluation. I feel confident that mold has nothing to do with your symptoms though. ...Read more
My son was taking a bath and he bent a lot his back I guess now when he sits in hi chair and moves front not leaning back his back feel uncomfortable?
That is fine.: It may make you more comfortable.Get a more detailed answer ›
Bathing: CBriggs ~ DEFINITELY NOT! Cleaniless is close to godliness so WASH EVERYWHERE with SOAP AND WATER! Thanks ...Read more
Cold therapy:: Fill tub with two to three bags of crushed ice. Add cold water to a height that will cover your body to your waist when you sit in the tub. Before getting in, put on a down jacket and a hat and neoprene booties, make myself a cup of hot tea, and collect some entertaining reading material to help the next 15 to 20 minutes pass quickly. Water temp.: bet. 50-59 deg. Immersion time: 10-20min. ...Read more
Hygiene: One does not need permission to bathe, shower, wash, or to do anything related to their personal hygiene. ...Read more
May/not: The skin is the only part of our body supplied with active temperature sensors. Depending on the water temperature, a cold bath may tell the brain to turn on more heat and thus defeat any temporary benefit of the process. If immersed in water no more than 15 degrees below the desired temp, you may bypass that reflex. I haven't advised this to a parent in decades. ...Read more
Too harsh: If you're not adverse to taking a safe medication... the physicians I've known who've had this very common skin problem take a big ketoconazole tablet and then go work out to build up a sweat. Doing this once a month usually keeps tinea versicolor under control. Topical ketoconazole, or a selenium sulfide shampoo, are among your many other options. ...Read more
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Only when bathing?: I'm not aware of anything medical to explain why anyone, regardless of age, would become confused only when taking a hot bath, assuming that they don't become confused using more tepid water or when not bathing. My guess is that there's an underlying condition, perhaps dementia, that's exacerbated by misunderstanding or fear of bathing. Try a bird bath instead. You know, sponge bath. Or shower. ...Read more
Hot baths may: Help w/the symptoms you mention but you need to find out why you have aches and are numb. Please see your doc for a proper diagnosis then you can treat accordingly. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Not too uncommon: Itching is the body's response to irritants on the skin surface. The water from your bath can be a skin irritant either from lengthy contact or incomplete drying. Hot water temperature can be a factor causing surface blood vessels to dilate. Certain soaps, shampoos, etc can contribute. Rx: short bath/shower, cool/lukewarm water, rub with hand, air dry, vaseline/calamine lotion. Good wishes:) ...Read more
Possibly: Excessive amounts of salts in bath water may cause drying and irritation of delicate tissues. ...Read more
Is taking a bath after a hard days work a cause for rheumatism? Or does it have any negative effect?
I have itching problem which occurs after taking bath from july to oct every year I have tried many things but the problem remains kindly guide?
Aquagenic Pruritus: Aquagenic pruritus is a skin disease characterized by the development of severe, intense, prickling-like epidermal itching that is with or without observable skin lesions and that is evoked by contact with water. Treatment is usually with an antihistamine like Claritin (loratadine) or zyrtec if not contraindicated. ...Read more
People believed in the past that taking a comfrey bath restores the hymen. Was this proved true or is it a myth? Can I use it to restore my hymen?
Pungent smell of the body (not sure if coming from the underarms) I have undergone botox but still there is a pungent smell even after taking a bath?
Anxiety -stress: Is state of tension, apprehension, worry, uneasiness or fear. It may be related to anticipated danger or arise for no apparent reason. While mild episodes of anxiety are common and do not require treatment, more severe forms can be chronic and debilitating. Symptoms of severe anxiety insomnia, bad odor, chest pain, palpitations, tender scalp and parasthesia. Rec.: see your pcp for evaluation. ...Read more
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