Heatstroke [or sunstroke] and colors marking in energy channels!


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heatstrokeThough our body gets cool itself through sweating in a natural way. During hot weather particularly in high humidity, sweating just isn’t enough. Body temperature can rise to dangerous levels and develop heat illness. Most heat illnesses occur from staying out in heat too long, exercising much to your age and physical condition also matter.

Heat-related illnesses include;

  • Heat stroke ~ a life-threatening illness in which body temperature rises with symptoms include dry skin, rapid, strong pulse and dizziness
  • Heat exhaustion ~ an illness that can precede heat stroke; symptoms include heavy sweating, rapid breathing and a fast, weak pulse
  • Heat cramps ~ muscle pains, spasms that happen during heavy exercise
  • Heat rash ~ skin irritation from excessive sweating

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention previews: Heat intolerance is the inability to be comfortable when external temperatures rise.
Considerations: Heat intolerance often produces a feeling of being overheated and can cause heavy sweating, which usually comes on slowly and lasts over the long-term.
Symptoms:

  • Behavioral changes as confusion, disorientation or staggering
  • Breathing shallow
  • Dizziness and light-headedness
  • Fainting
  • Lack of sweating despite the heat
  • Muscles weakness or cramps
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Red, hot and dry skin
  • Seizures
  • Throbbing headache
  • Unconsciousness

Causes:

  • Age related physiological changes
  • Alcohol or heavy meals
  • Amphetamines such as appetite suppressant
  • Caffeine
  • Dehydration
  • Excess thyroid hormone [thyrotoxicosis]
  • Menopause

Home Care:
Preventive measures include drinking plenty of cool liquids and avoiding excessive heat and humidity, especially in unventilated spaces such as parked cars that can overheat quickly. Treatment requires rapid physical cooling of the body. The risk of heat stroke can be reduced by observing precautions to avoid overheating and dehydration.

  • Avoid dehydration
  • Clothing such as plastic fabrics that are impermeable to sweat and thus do not help heat loss through evaporation can give to heat stress
  • Drink more fluids, replenishing salt, minerals and limiting time in the heat can help. Better to drink fluids often, and before you are thirsty
  • In environments that are not only hot but also humid, it is important to recognize that humidity reduces the degree to which body can lose heat by evaporation. In such environments, it helps to wear light clothing such as cotton in light colors that is pervious to sweat but impervious to radiant heat from sun. This minimizes the gaining of radiant heat, while allowing as much evaporation to occur, as the environment will allow.
  • In hot weather, people need to drink plenty of cool liquids to replace fluids lost from sweating. Thirst is not a reliable sign that a person needs fluids. A better indicator is the color of urine. A dark yellow color may indicate dehydration. Associated complaints as dizziness, fainting, palpitations, rapid pulse (heart rate), vomiting.
  • Keep room temperature at a comfortable level
  • Light, loose-fitting clothing enhance perspiration to evaporate and cool the body
  • Strenuous exercise should be avoided during daylight hours in hot weather

Tests that may be performed include:
Blood studies. Thyroid studies [TSH, T3, free T4]

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↗︎ LUPUS (SLE)



Known, as systemic lupus erythematous a chronic inflammatory an autoimmune disease though not contagious, which cause natural defense system to turn against own tissues and organs throughout the body. It may trigger problems related to kidney, neurological dysfunction, and rheumatoid arthritis. No doubt, inflammation itself can cause damages to the heart, lungs, blood vessels, skin, and other parts of the body. It could be because of genetic factors or environmental such as infections, certain antibiotics, UV light, severe stress, hormones and certain other drugs play a key role in triggering disease symptoms. In any case stress to be avoided.lupus
Symptoms:

  • A butterfly shaped rash on the face (covering cheeks and bridge of the nose) that often happens after one has been in the exposure of sun. Skin lesions (typically aggravated by sun exposure) an important clue to the diagnosis and a scaly, red or purple raised rash on the face, neck, scalp, ears, arms, and chest.
  • Anemia.
  • Fetal death in utero and spontaneous abortion, miscarriage is more
  • Feeling very tired and fatigue, an increased fatigue is a classic sign that a symptom flare is about to occur.
  • Heart problems; may develop chest pain or inflammation of the heart sac (pericarditis), which may cause severe, sudden pain in center of the left side of the chest that may spread to neck, back, shoulders, or arms.
  • Inflammation of blood vessels in skin or bleeding from blood vessels can lead to small or large blue spots or small reddish spots on skin or nail beds.
  • Joints, muscle pain and swelling: Mostly joint pain (arthritis) and muscle pain considered to be the first sign of the disease. Joints may be red and warm, and may swell. Morning stiffness may also be felt.
  • Malaise
  • Mouth sores and hair loss may occur. Sometime low-grade fever related to the disease.
  • Nervous system symptoms: The majority of people with lupus develop nervous system problems, most commonly headaches, depression, or anxiety.
  • Raynaud’s phenomenon: It affects the small vessels that supply blood to the skin and the soft tissues under the skin of fingers and toes, causing them to turn white and/or blue or red. The skin affected will feel numb, tingle, and cold to touch.
  • 
 Sensitivity to light: Exposure to ultraviolet light typically worsens the skin rash and can trigger lupus flares.
  • Swelling of hands and feet: Some people with lupus have kidney problems, which can prevent extra fluids from being removed from the body tissues. As fluid collects, the hands and feet may swell.
  • Swollen glands: Many people with lupus eventually develop swollen lymph glands during a flare.
  • Weight gain or loss

Still there is a possibility to get positive changes in symptoms through acupuncture TriOrigin. One of the goal of controlling mild to moderate symptoms is to prevent flares, at the time when its worse.
Some of the things can be done that includes:
Rest to reduce stress.
Avoid the sun.
Wear sunscreen and protective clothing when to be outside.
Exercise regularly to prevent fatigue and joint stiffness.
Stop smoking.
Learn the warning signs of symptoms flare, such as fatigue, pain, and rash, and take steps to control them.
With good self-care most people with lupus can keep doing their regular daily activities. It is important to learn about lupus so that you can understand how it might affect your life and how you can best cope with it.
TriOrigin a powerful tool that aids in strengthening the immune system and serves to prevent diseases, control pain and increase both the ability to work and the quality of people lives. It has been shown to promote the health and improve the body’s immune function, also helped many people who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine. Several conditions can be dramatically improved.
The beauty of concept is that each treatment is catered to the needs of each individuals’ energy pathways that too only on palm with the aim of increasing blood circulation and vital energy.
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↗︎ HEAT intolerance or Heatstroke or sunstroke


HEAT intolerance, sensitivity to heat or Heatstroke [or sunstroke]


Though our body gets cool itself through sweating in a natural way. During hot weather particularly in high humidity, sweating just isn’t enough. Body temperature can rise to dangerous levels and develop heat illness. Most heat illnesses occur from staying out in heat too long, exercising much to your age and physical condition also matter.
Heat-related illnesses include;sunstroke
^ Heat stroke ~ a life-threatening illness in which body temperature rises with symptoms include dry skin, rapid, strong pulse and dizziness
^ Heat exhaustion ~ an illness that can precede heat stroke; symptoms include heavy sweating, rapid breathing and a fast, weak pulse
^ Heat cramps ~ muscle pains, spasms that happen during heavy exercise
^ Heat rash ~ skin irritation from excessive sweating
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention previews: Heat intolerance is the inability to be comfortable when external temperatures rise.
Considerations: Heat intolerance often produces a feeling of being overheated and can cause heavy sweating, which usually comes on slowly and lasts over the long-term.
Causes:

  • Amphetamines such as appetite suppressant
  • Dehydration
  • Caffeine
  • Alcohol or heavy meals
  • Age related physiological changes
  • Excess thyroid hormone [thyrotoxicosis]
  • Menopause

Home Care:
Preventive measures include drinking plenty of cool liquids and avoiding excessive heat and humidity, especially in unventilated spaces such as parked cars that can overheat quickly. Treatment requires rapid physical cooling of the body. The risk of heat stroke can be reduced by observing precautions to avoid overheating and dehydration.

  • Keep room temperature at a comfortable level
  • Drink more fluids, replenishing salt, minerals and limiting time in the heat can help. Better to drink fluids often, and before you are thirsty
  • Avoid dehydration
  • Light, loose-fitting clothing enhance perspiration to evaporate and cool the body
  • In environments that are not only hot but also humid, it is important to recognize that humidity reduces the degree to which body can lose heat by evaporation. In such environments, it helps to wear light clothing such as cotton in light colors that is pervious to sweat but impervious to radiant heat from sun. This minimizes the gaining of radiant heat, while allowing as much evaporation to occur, as the environment will allow.
  • Clothing such as plastic fabrics that are impermeable to sweat and thus do not help heat loss through evaporation can actually give to heat stress.
  • Strenuous exercise should be avoided during daylight hours in hot weather
  • In hot weather, people need to drink plenty of cool liquids to replace fluids lost from sweating. Thirst is not a reliable sign that a person needs fluids. A better indicator is the color of urine. A dark yellow color may indicate dehydration. Associated complaints as dizziness, fainting, palpitations, rapid pulse (heart rate), vomiting

Tests that may be performed include:
Blood studies. Thyroid studies [TSH, T3, free T4]
A powerful tool, colors TriOrigin that aide in controlling syndromes relates to HEAT stroke, or sensitivity to heat, by putting color with marker pen twice a day! Try, just now. Believe! Be of the opinion, and submit your episode!

https://triorigin.me/ ‘Dr.Dinesh kapur’
en-JOY!