A structure filled with liquid or semi-solid matter that could form anywhere in body when a hollow structure is prevented from draining or collection of fluid becomes surrounded by a wall of connective tissue. A cyst is a closed sac, having distinct membrane and division compared to nearby tissue. It’s a cluster of cells that have grouped together to form a sac (not unlike the manner in which water molecules group together, forming a bubble); however, distinguishing aspect of a cyst is cells forming the ‘shell’ of such a sac are distinctly abnormal in both appearance and behavior when compared to all surrounding cells for that given location. It may be filled with air, fluids, gases or liquids and semisolid substances such as tissue debris or other materials. The outer wall of cyst is called the capsule. A collection of pus is called an abscess, not a cyst. Sometimes a formed cyst may resolve on its own.
Examples are such as ~
- Acne cyst associated with inflammatory nodule with or without an associated epidermis inclusion cyst
- Breast cyst
- Cervix cyst
- Dermoid cyst (ovaries, testes, many other locations from head to tailbone)
- Epidermal cyst (found in vessels attached to testes)
- Fallopian tube cyst
- Ganglion cyst (hand/ foot joints and tendons)
- Gartner’s duct cyst (vaginal or vulvar cyst of embryological origin)
- Glial cyst (in brain)
- Liver cystic disease
- Mucoid cyst (ganglion cysts of the digits)
- Ovarian cyst (ovaries, functional and pathological)
- Peritoneal cyst (lining of abdominal cavity)
- Pineal gland cyst
- Poly-cystic ovary syndrome
- Popliteal cyst (behind knee-joint)
- Renal cyst (kidneys)
- Skin infection near tailbone
- Tarlov cyst (spine)
- Vocal fold cyst and parasitic cysts (formed when parasites such as amoebae and tapeworms infest certain organs)
Cysts may develop in body through a variety of processes, including:
- Wear and tear or simple obstructions to flow of fluid
- Chronic inflammatory conditions
- Genetic conditions, and defects in developing organs in embryo.
Cysts are mostly benign but may cause concern if they are seen or felt for example skin or breast cysts and may cause symptoms if they become infected or large enough to cause pressure on or obstruction or displacement of adjacent body parts.
Living with emotional issues causes chronic disease, which may further cause fear, anxiety, depression, and stress to aggravate the syndromes. So, be more open, positive attitude. Lifestyle too matters a lot, better to practice good self-care and follow a healthy lifestyle. An important part of a healthy lifestyle is following a healthy diet. A healthy diet includes a variety of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
Other lifestyle measures include:
- Avoid sweets and soda.
- Doing chest physical therapy to improve oxygen level
- Exercising regularly and drinking lots of fluids
- Not smoking and avoiding tobacco smoke
- Washing your hands often to lower risk for infection
TriOrigin ‘color not only effective as a primary modality, it also plays a vital role as an adjunctive therapy due to how effective meridian system is to proper diagnosis. Meridians influence every cell in body and pass through every organ and organ system; it provides health practitioners with an exact and noninvasive means of determining health deficiencies, as well as a method of reestablishing balance. It provides most benefits without the dangerous side effects associated with many of the approaches of conventional medicine. While acupuncture represents a legacy of concepts that predate western civilization, as a contemporary health care system it also represents a synthesis of continuously evolving scientific and technological developments that provides us with new tools to meet current clinical challenges. An important aspect is that it allows considering an individual characteristic of the patient manifested in his/her own energy constitution. This brings about an effective action on the very origin of disease.
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