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Can someone get mal de disembarkment syndrome from playing racing games for a few hours every day?

Can someone get mal de disembarkment syndrome from playing racing games for a few hours every day?

Yes: Your brain does not know if you were on a boat or just virtual reality - game graphics are quite good now so yes this is possible. Sometimes people will even get it after imax movies. ...Read more

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Good day. Please i need information on obesity. 30 hazards of obesity syndrome. 25 therapeutic measures for obesity syndrome ?

Too much : Cannot fit all that you asked for in a 400 character limit answer. In general, obesity has many bad effects on the body including putting stress on the heart, joints, and on the pancreas. The only way to make these stresses better is to improve fitness and lose weight. See your doctor and/ or dietitian for advice as to how to do this safely and effectively. ...Read more

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Is there any doctor with experience of seeing patients with Cowden's syndrome, Bannayan-Riley-Ruvalcaba syndrome, PTEN hamartoma tumour syndrome?

Is there any doctor with experience of seeing patients with Cowden's syndrome, Bannayan-Riley-Ruvalcaba syndrome, PTEN hamartoma tumour syndrome?

Cowden Syndrome: http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/bannayan-riley-ruvalcaba-syndrome http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/cowden-syndrome http://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/gard/6202/cowden-syndrome/resources/8 Those are fairly rare disease Perhaps the above links could assist you. Seems like University of Iowa does have expertise. ...Read more

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I have gilbert syndrome with nash. Is it advisable to take a drink a day.

I have gilbert syndrome with nash. Is it advisable  to take a drink a day.

No.: Gilbert's really doesn't cause any problems. You are just more prone to looking jaundiced, which is for the most part a cosmetic problem. But nash means that your liver is in distress, due to fat and not to alcohol. But it doesn't matter what the cause is. Your liver is not happy, and any amount of alcohol will make it worse. So even though your liver problem is not due to alcohol, don't drink. ...Read more

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The whole day i don't eat i feel faintly but fine. As soon as i eat anything i get so tired i just want to pass out. Everyone screams metabolic syndrome but i really need more info. What causes this?

The whole day i don't eat i feel faintly but fine. As soon as i eat anything i get so tired i just want to pass out. Everyone screams metabolic syndrome but i really need more info. What causes this?

Hypoglycemia?: This doesn't sound like the metabolic syndrome, but it could be reactive hypoglycemia (low blood sugar after eating). Although you can make this diagnosis with a glucose tolerance test, the treatment is simply to eat more frequent smaller meals, so one approach is just to make that change, and only do the test if it doesn't work. ...Read more

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Is taking 100mg of tramindol a day for restless leg syndrome ok?

Is taking 100mg of tramindol  a day for restless leg syndrome  ok?

Tramindol ?: Tramadol is used as a second line of treatment for rest less leg syndrome (rls) and 100 mg does sound like ok enough dose. First line of treatment is in fact Dopamine agonists like ropinarol. I hope those have been tried before tramadol trial. Off course your physician is in a better position to advise. ...Read more

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I have pots syndrome and frequent pvcs (all day long), could they be related? Does dysautonomia cause pvcs?

I have pots syndrome and frequent pvcs (all day long), could they be related? Does dysautonomia cause pvcs?

Yes: Palpitations are very common symptoms with pots. Please report these complaints to your doctor for possible medication adjustment. ...Read more

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What is cubital tunnel syndrome caused by being on the computer about 7 hours a day could that cause cubital tunnel syndrome ?

What is cubital tunnel syndrome caused by being on the computer about 7 hours a day could that cause cubital tunnel syndrome ?

Here : Here is a copy of my answer to another user with the same question: contrary to popular belief, most cases of carpal tunnel syndrome are "idiopathic, " that is, we don't know the cause. Cubital tunnel syndrome is similar. It is compression of the ulnar nerve at the inside of the elbow. Similar to the carpal tunnel, there is a bony base--the medial epicondyle of the humerus--and a ligamentous roof--osborne's ligament. Why nerves get compressed is still a mystery. However, there are certain things to avoid once you have cubital tunnel syndrome. A tightly flexed elbow, such as when talking on a small cell phone or doing hair and make up, stretches the nerve around the bone. Leaning on the elbows can pinch the nerve more and make symptoms worse. At night, avoid sleeping with the elbows bent or resting on the inner elbow. Some people have a known cause, such as an old fracture that causes the medial elbow to be longer and therefore stretch the nerve (cubitus valgus). Some people have ulnar nerves that jump out of the groove (subluxate). Others have had a direct impact that injured the nerve. Most people don't need surgery for cubital tunnel syndrome. It tends to respond well to physical therapy with nerve glides--exercises designed to move the nerve through its tunnel. However, if there is constant numbness or you develop weakness, the nerve may need to be released or moved to a location where it is less likely to be compressed. ...Read more

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