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Is There A Way To Treat And Prevent Eye Strain
Pink Eye: To prevent pink eye, avoid close contact with people who have pink eye (as nose/throat droplets can spread infection). Your hands can become infected by touching secretions on someone's hand or on contaminated surfaces. Wash hands often – especially before touching your eyes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not really: Most prostatitis has no known or obvious cause. Infection is often suspected, but most cases test negative for known infections. Some cases are caused by E. coli and other bacteria that cause urinary tract infections, bu tusually it's non-infectious inflammation. Because the cause usually is unknown, there are no proved preventive measures. See a urologist for in-person advice ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Everyone is at risk: Although you cannot change certain things about developing glaucoma, such as positive family history of glaucoma, high myopia, being black or hispanic, aging, there are some important positive and beneficial approaches to keeping your eyes healthy. Eating a healthy diet, exercise, eye protection, yearly eye examinations(high risk groups), careful monitoring of eye pressure if on corticosteroids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: 1) restrict all fluids after evening meal. 2) try waking a couple of hours after going to bed. 3) try a bedwetting alarm 4) desmopressin (ddavp) medication at night. 4) avoid urodynamic studies or cystoscopy. 5) possibly long acting anticholinergic medication if subject has a small functional bladder capacity. 6) Imipramine (tofranil). ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What is the best way to get rid of a headache? Is there something other than medicine that could help? Are there foods to avoid?
Dehydration: is a common cuase of headaches. Try drinking a couple glasses of water. If you regularly drink caffiene, it may be a caffine withdrawl head ache. Foods that contian high levels of alkaloids (chocolate, coffee, red wine) can sometimes trigger migraines. You should keep a food and headache diary to help determine any triggers you may have. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
First, no triggers: The ideal preventative is to identify a reliable trigger that is setting off your migraines, and then avoid it (common triggers include food containing tyramine (e.g. Aged cheese), red wine, sleep deprivation, and stress). Barring that, there are many medications that reduce migraine intensity and frequency, as well as procedures such as Botox for refractory cases. Neurologists can help guide you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ergonomics,rest: Probably the best way to avoid cts is to limit the periods of repetitive hand usage from computers i'm starting to see more younger patients with this problem probably from laptops and blackberries. ...Read more
What eye problems?: What problems are you having? They may or may not be related to using a computer. Tell us more about what you are experiencing. ...Read more
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