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Some lesion in the: The liver. If they say primary liver foci, the lesion started in the liver. If they say 'secondary 'then the lesion originate elsewhere ...Read more
No: The lens and the cornea are the refractive elements of the eye. The lens provides about 1/3rd of the total power while the cornea provides 2/3rds. ...Read more
Assumming: Your are referring to having a medical problem. Depends on if that particular condition is waiverable and your current state of health. ...Read more
1. Throw away all your sweets and when you go to the store, don't have it on your list or go into those aisles.
2. Buy fruits and vegetables - consciously think about eating that first whenever you feel hungry or get cravings. Don't add sugar - it's only a substitute then.
3. Drink lots of water to make yourself feel full.
4. Start lunch and dinner with soup (same reason as #3). ...Read more
Teammate: This is life experience rather than medicine -- the way to do this is to have a friend who shares your goals, and work together. No physician can give you the warmth and encouragement of a real friend. Best wishes -- your goal is admirable and there is someone who you will help too. ...Read more
Unlikely: U need to try to see a professional for evaluation and treatment, than hopefully u will feel good. Good luck. ...Read more
Hypochondriasis?: The main feature of hypochondriasis is persistent preoccupation with having a serious medical illness despite medical evaluation and reassurance. ...Read more
Find motivation: Finding motivation will make this easier. If you can start adapting the foods you like to eat to be healthier, by swapping out ingredients with high fat and by incorporating whole grains and greens, you will begin to enjoy the process. Be forgiving if you slip -- denying yourself what you crave will make you feel tense. Cheat in moderation, and explore making each small choice healthier. ...Read more
CBT: Try reading the "feeling good book" by david burns or consider cognitive behavioral therapy. ...Read more
Schooling: Yes, of course. One has to discipline themselves to get through all of the hoops higher learning require. ...Read more
There are a # of: HealthTap Tip Taps you can review on this topic. ...Read more
What to do if I finush foucs t25 and I want try another workout, so what is the best workout dvd?
What to if I am joining the air force and I am under weight, what is the fastest way to gain weight?
Work with a trainer: To build muscle.Get a more detailed answer ›
When and what kind of food should I eat after train in the gym an what I should eat to keep in foucs all the day?
After the training: The fact is what you eat after the training/workout can either help or hinder your performance and health. If your workout is more than an hour, have a glass of chocolate milk. The carbohydrates will help replenish the energy in your muscles. Substitute it with a snack of banana and peanut butter. Also cherry juice will deliver antioxidants and memory. You can eat protein and carbs, but, no fats ...Read more
After I've been going all day I feel like at the end of the day I have to force my body to go what could b wrong?
What can help me to stay concentrated all day? I'm studying for my bar exam and I need to stay focused for at least 12 hours a day.
Few things.: Pl. Don't continuosly sit and try to concentrate. Our brain has neurochemicals set in a balanced level and too much concentration with out enough relaxation is no good. 2.Walking /relaxing like mixing with family members every few hrs is good.3. Good food, especially protein rich powders/shakes (don't take too much-can cause diarrhoea).4.Enough drink. Of water 5.Proper sleep.6.Yoga-if you do conti. ...Read more
Today around 5 or 6 I did a number 2 I had to force it out. Now from 12 to 2 my butt is paining me. What can I do to stop the pain y this happens?
Rectal pain: This could be an anal fissure which is where straining with hard stool causes a tear in the outer rectum. It could also be a hemorrhoid which is an engorged swollen vein in the rectum caused by straining to eliminate hard stool. They can both be painful. There are creams and suppositories that your doctor can prescribe. See your doctor for correct diagnosis. Hydrate and try not to strain. ...Read more
My child is 4 years old. He does not eat well. Even does not like to eat. Every time I have to force him to eat. I tried different kinds of foods.?
I feel like I got to do this then befor I get to do it I c something else and do it then foret what I was gonna do to begin with I can't stay focused?
Focus: People have a hard time focusing for many different reasons. Stress and anxiety can cause a lack of focus. Poor sleep or interrupted sleep (from sleep apnea) can cause problems focusing. So can anemia or thyroid problems. So can depression. It's a large list... Your doctor will likely do a thorough history and exam, and probably get some blood tests. Best of luck! ...Read more
I am a student of 20 years, weight 120 kgs and height 5'9". I have a high affinity for food. I feel like eating everytime. Please suggest some measures?
You need your doctor: Having a need to eat more than you should and being overweight merits a medical evaluation to screen for diabetes, high blood pressure, dyslipidemia, and possibly sleep apnea. Appetite may be driven by consequences related to obstructive sleep apnea and/or low blood sugar from Insulin resistance. Meeting with a dietician or diabetes team will help because of their resources. ...Read more
Tummy Ache: Focal colitis is a general term for inflammation of a particular area of colon. Usually this is caused by food-borne illness or inflammatory bowel disease (like crohn's disease). Very rarely serious pathology like mesenteric ischemia can show a focal colitis but you would be extremely ill. Typically a colitis will resolve on its own, but can occasionally need antibiotics. ...Read more