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What To Do When You Worry Too Much
That depends: Causes of drooling vary with age. I'm not qualified to discuss childhood causes, but in adults a variety of neurologic and even psychiatric disorders can have inability to control one's saliva. Some medications are associated with this. If persistent, i recommend you see a doctor. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on whether you have other risk factors like smoking, diabetes, HTN or family history of premature heart attacks. Also depends on what your LDL and HDL are? 227 isn't very elevated but you're entering the coronary prone age and are wise to be thinking about it. Regular exercise, normal weight, not smoking and a vegetarian or mediterranean diet will do a lot of good! ...Read more
Aspergers worry: An integral part of having aspergers disorder is a very high anxiety level and rigid approach to life. Excessive worrying can be a debilitating condition. Cognitive behavioral therapy and involvement with social pragmatics groups may help develop a more resilient approach to thinking. ...Read more
MRSA: Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a bacterium that causes infections in different parts of the body. It's tougher to treat than most strains of staphylococcus aureus -- or staph -- because it's resistant to some commonly used antibiotics. You can pick up MRSA almost anywhere. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One step at a time: Momentary calming is a good idea but you really want to discover what's going on with your eating behavior. So, deal with panic (full, deep breathing that clears out all the old air) and find a good therapist to help you understand and change your eating patterns. There are specialists, but most cbt tx can help. Don't try to fix it by purging, that only makes it worse. Don't worry, get some help. ...Read more
BILIRUBIN: That level is certainly high enough to warrant, at the very least, prompt (as soon as possible) follow-up with your physician. This will allow them to further examine you for other associated signs and symptoms. If they find no other signs or symptoms, they may simply repeat your blood work before considering further testing. ...Read more
Up to you: Caregiving can be very rewarding and can enhance your overall health when you come from a place of love. Caring for a newborn can be tiring but is an amazing experience. Caring for an aging ill parent can be very stressful and the opposite kind of experience. Know your limits. Ask for help. Be sure you take care of yourself so you have the energy to provide care. Eat well, drink plenty of fluids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Progressive: Osteopenia is a slight decrease in bone mass. This can progress to osteoporosis if not prevented early. Osteoporosis is significant bone mass decrease and is associated with an increase in fracture risk, such as the spine or the hip. Preventive measures should be embraced, such as adequate calcium and vitamin E intake, weight bearing exercise, and hormone therapy such as estrogen and testosteron. ...Read more
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