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Lack Of Initiative
Bone pains: Bone pains and muscle weakness are the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D is produced in the body in response to skin exposure to sunlight. Natural sources of this vitamin are animal based fish, fish oil, egg yolk, cheese,fortified milk etc. Your doctor can also recommend Vitamin D supplements. ...Read more
Common sense: If common sense actually existed, no one would be talking about it, and why? Because it would truly be common, in the most fundamental sense of the word. Now, having said that, people have radically different minds, and what gets top priority and is perfectly logical to one person may completely flummox another. Not that one form of logic is better or worse that the other; they are just different. ...Read more
Pretty much anything:
These range from inflammatory conditions too autoimmune to cardiovascular to mental health. The evidence is growing. Eat your vegetables, fruits, whole grains (unless gluten sensitive), a little lean animal protein. No junk. The younger you start, the better. Find an anti-inflammatory food pyramid: http://www.Drweil. Com/drw/u/art02995/dr-weil-anti-inflammatory-food-pyramid. Html
good question! ...Read more
Could be...: There are lots of reasons for memory loss or "brain fog". At your age, though, by far the most common would be perimenopause. You should have a thorough checkup and have your hormone levels checked. If the memory "shortage" is very severe, cognitive testing would also be important especially if you have a family history of any kind of dementia or you are diabetic. Good luck! ...Read more
Lack of emotions: Depression is one cause of disconnection from emotions. Also, the numbing phase of ptsd is another. Some people with dissociative disorders experience a lack of emotions. Some psychotic people are disconnected from emotions as well. Please consider seeing a psychiatrist or psychologist about your concerns. ...Read more
See counselor: And work out this issue.Get a more detailed answer ›
Away to start:
Self-discipline involves acting according to what you think instead of how you feel at the moment. Often it involves sacrificing the pleasure and thrill of the moment for what matters most in life. Therefore, it is self-discipline that drives you to:
Work on an idea or project after the initial rush of enthusiasm has faded away
Go to the gym when all you want to do is lie on the couch and watch TVS ...Read more
Make a decision: Either find another job, or voice your concerns to your colleagues/supervisors. ...Read more
Too many to list: Vitamin d deficiency alone can cause depression, poor bone formation, fatigue. Sever inadequate vitamin A intake can cause night blindness and visual problems. Patients who don't get enough iron, may feel tired and weak from anemia. The list goes on.... there are also examples of poor protein intake, or undercalorie intake as in anorexics- the best is moderation, variety and balance in what you eat ...Read more
No but it will tire: Then out more quickly. Reading in dim light will not permanently affect your eyesight but you will likely not be comfortable reading for as long a duration as you would in good lighting. The best way is to position a reading light so that it shines directly onto the page. Hope this helps ... stay well:) ...Read more
Ego deficiency: You might want to discuss this with a clinical psychologist to learn why you do not feel confident in your abilities. Would wager that those around you find you valuable and functional and helpful. You need to learn how to recognize and promote your independent talents. Bet you have many and could help others. Go now and you can learn about yourself soon. ...Read more
Lack of exercise: It won't stunt your growth would be helpful in strenghtening your bones. ...Read more
Is this ur Homework?:
LOL... This looks like someone is trying to get 546 doctors to do somebody's homework...
You have some good answers listed here already
but I will add one from ophthalmology.
Blindness can come from lack of nutrition.
Vitamins and antioxidants help all of us...
What are you taking ...Read more
Motivation?: The first thing I wonder here is: when did you last feel motivated, and how did you lose it? Sometimes depression can cause this, and needs treatment. Sometimes also use of alcohol or drugs like marijuana and others can impact motivation. Have you ever had someone to work with on what you find fulfilling, and the talents you have? Life and business coaches can be helpful. See your doc 1st. ...Read more
What makes the other kids cooler than him?
Nothing really... One of the best tools I know is a success journal. Every night write 3-5 things that were successes that day. Only successes. They can be small items. And when he feels badly or needs a boost read about the successes. Help him be happy with his gifts and skills because he is cool in his own right! He needs help seeing it. ...Read more
Tetany: Tetany.Get a more detailed answer ›
Blindness: A person without cones would be blind. ...Read more
I've always seen myself as fat, even when I was nearly hospitalized for lack of weight...what is it? Concerning?
Husband is in general good health, age 56, but lacks energy... He is a pack a day smoker, what might he try to boost his energy?
Andropause?: Many men in their 30s, 40s and 50s are finding that they are in andropause--abnormal decrease in testosterone leading to multiple symptons including fatigue, moodiness, weight gain, loss of libido. But, he really has to get a complete physical exam and absolutely quit smoking. There are too many causes of fatigue to list here. Please request a testosterone level with labs but see a physician soon. ...Read more