URTICARIA


Urticaria in medical term for hives. And hives are area of skin that become raised and itchy, may be in color as red or can stay the same color as skin, further it can be small, red itchy bumps or turn into large swollen or white itchy welts. It can stay in part of body where they originate from or can spread all over the body. Though condition is not life-threatening but can be uncomfortable and interfere with sleep and daily activities.urticaria
Urticaria can be classified by the purported causative agent. Many different substances in environment may cause urticarial, including medications, food and physical agents. In major, it is due to an autoimmune reaction, and autoimmune urticaria, includes other autoimmune conditions such as autoimmune thyroiditis, celiac disease, type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren’s syndrome or systemic lupus erythematous.
Signs and symptoms include:

  1. batches of red or white welts (wheals), usually on face, trunk, arm or legs
  2. welts vary in size, change shape and appear-disappear repeatedly as reaction runs its course
  3. itching that may be severe
  4. swelling that causes pain or burning (angioedema), especially inside the throat and around eyes, cheeks, lips, hands, feet and genitals
  5. tendency to flare with triggers such as heat, exercise and stress
  6. frequently and unpredictably recurs

Seek emergency care if you:

  1. Feel dizzy
  2. Have severe chest tightness or trouble breathing
  3. Feel tongue or throat swelling
  4. Welts that come with hives arise when certain cells release histamine and other chemicals into bloodstream

Though lifestyle does matter a lot as skin reaction may be triggered by:
Alcohol, food or food additives
Exercise
Heat or cold
Infection
Insects or parasites
Latex
Pain medications
Plants such as poison ivy
Pressure on skin, as from tight waistband
Scratching
Stress
Sunlight
Chronic hives or urticaria complications include;
Difficult breathing – when swelling occurs inside mouth or throat, you may have difficult breath in-out
Serious allergic reaction – anaphylactic shock (anaphylaxis) is a serious allergic reaction involving heart or lungs, as bronchial tubes narrow, difficult breath, and blood pressure drops.
In the meantime, if experiencing mild or severe, following precautions help prevent or soothe recurring skin reaction;
Avoid irritating affected areas, cool the affected area with shower, fan, cool cloth or soothing lotion, wear loose, light clothing.
Avoid known triggers, such as certain foods or additives, alcohol, pain relievers, heat, cold, exertion, and stress.
Avoid scratching or using harsh soaps.
Avoid intake that has the ingredients of ‘heat’ properties be it in veg or non-veg.
Cool the affected area with a shower, fan, cool, wear light and loose cloths or soothing lotion.
Diet restrictions, such as eliminating yeast, food additives and other things that may cause the skin reaction (allergens)
Keep a diary of when and where hives occur, what you were doing, what you were eating, and so on. This may help you and your doctor identify triggers.
Relaxation techniques
Wear loose, light clothing.
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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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POLYMYALGIA arthritis and micro acupuncture!


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A form of arthritis that cause pain in muscles more particularly of lower back, thighs, hips, neck, shoulder and upper arms, as well as in other parts of the body. It happens when the membrane that surrounds joints, bursa and tendons near shoulders and hips (called synovial) becomes inflamed. Although the disease is centered on joints especially shoulders and hips, normally discomfort is felt in upper arms and thighs. This type of pain is called referred pain because it arises in one area but causes symptoms in another. Left polyuntreated, it can lead to stiffness and significant disability. In some cases, though, symptoms do not get worse and may even lessen in a few years. In a minority of cases, polymyalgia rheumatic is associated with giant cell arteritis, a condition in which blood vessels in the neck and head, and sometimes elsewhere, are inflamed. Common symptoms of giant cell arteritis include visual complaints, jaw pain with chewing and headache. If left untreated, giant cell arteritis can lead to blindness or other complications.
Symptoms of polymyalgia rheumatic can include:

  • Aches or pain
  • An overall feeling of illness
  • Anemia
  • Depression
  • Difficulty walking
  • Fatigue and lack of appetite
  • Joint swelling, for example, in wrists
  • Limited range of motion in affected areas
  • Low-grade mild fever
  • People with temporal arteritis also have polymyalgia rheumatic
  • Stiffness in affected areas
  • Sudden pain and stiffness in shoulders, upper arms, neck, lower back, hips and thighs that tends to be worse in morning or after sleep
  • Weight loss unintended
  • Women are twice as likely to get PMR as men.

Diagnosis:
Certain symptoms, such as headache, jaw pain when you chew or high fever, may suggest the presence of giant cell arteritis. A blood test to measure inflammation throughout the body, called the erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), often shows higher results in people with polymyalgia rheumatic. This test may be helpful both to diagnose the condition and to check whether treatment is working.
Though physical therapy may help to control discomfort and maintain the ability to move and function. If symptoms such as fever, visual problems or headache as these symptoms suggest that person could have giant cell arteritis then an evaluation is needed.
Prognosis:
Although treatment may be required for years, the outlook for people with polymyalgia rheumatic is excellent. If you have giant cell arteritis, you may lose vision in one eye or, more rarely, in both eyes, especially if treatment is delayed. The stiffness with pain may be from the activity of inflammatory cells and proteins that are normally a part of body’s disease fighting immune system and the inflammatory activity seems to be concentrated in tissues surrounding the affected joints. Normally, white blood cells in the body attack the lining of the joints, causing inflammation. Persons having the human leucocyte antigen DR4 are more prone to risk.
Normally, patients are encouraged to exercise and healthy diet. As exercise strengthen the weak muscles, and help prevent weight gain. It further maintains healthy joints, relieve stiffness, reduce pain, fatigue, and improve muscle along with bones strengthening. And a healthy diet helps to keep a strong immune system, and help build strong muscles and bones.
One should also: Avoid holding one position for too long. Avoid positions or movements that place extra stress on affected joints. Reduce stress, which can irritate symptoms. Try meditation!

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ARTERIOSCLEROSIS


ARTERIOSCLEROSIS:


Arteriosclerosis when hardening, thickening and loss of elasticity in artery walls by calcium deposits happens. In process it gradually restricts smooth blood flow to organs and tissues and can lead to severe health risks by atherosclerosis, which is a specific form of arteriosclerosis mainly caused by build up of fatty plaques, cholesterol and some other substances in and on the artery walls. It affects medium and large arteries, especially those that carry blood to the heart, brain, kidney, and legs. Atherosclerosis is initiated by inflammatory processes in endothelial cells of vessel wall associated with retained low-density lipoprotein (LDL) particles. This retention may be a cause, an effect, or both, of the underlying inflammatory process. Lipoproteins in the blood vary in size.arteriosclerosis
Causative factors may be when certain fatty substance in blood cholesterol, plaque causing cells to die and scars to form thrombus-’blood clot’, a syndrome affecting arterial blood vessels, a chronic inflammatory response in walls of arteries, promoted by low-density lipoproteins (plasma proteins that carry cholesterol and triglycerides) without adequate removal of fats and cholesterol by functional high-density lipoproteins. It is commonly called a hardening of arteries. It is caused by formation of multiple plaques within the arteries. The build-up of dead cells, calcium, and scar tissue in plaques makes arteries hard and narrow, with the results decreased blood flow. The rough surface of arteries may cause a thrombus [blood clot] to form on arterial wall. A thrombus can cause an artery to block suddenly.
Certain risk factors are associated with the development of atherosclerosis, hypertension [high blood pressure], and high blood levels of cholesterol. Other risk factors include obesity, diabetes mellitus, and high blood levels of fatty compounds called triglycerides, physical inactivity. Effects of atherosclerosis result from decrease blood flow through the diseased arteries. Tissues nourished by these arteries do not receive enough oxygen. A decrease in blood supply to brain can cause dizziness, chest pain, heart attack, stroke, numbness, slurred speech, and other symptoms. In heart, decreased blood supply can produce severe chest pain called angina pectoris. The complete blockage of an artery supplying the heart or brain results in a heart attack or a stroke, respectively. A reduced flow of blood to the kidneys may cause hypertension or kidney damage. In legs, it may cause pain while walking, skin sores, or gangrene (death of tissue).
Modifiable: a. Diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance +(IGT) b. Dysliporoteinemia; unhealthy patterns of serum proteins carrying fats and cholesterol: + High serum concentration of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), ‘bad if elevated concentrations and small’, and or very low density lipoprotein (VLDL) particles, i.e. “lipoprotein subclass analysis”. Low serum concentration of functioning high density lipoprotein (HDL) ‘protective if large and high enough’ particles, i.e. “lipoprotein subclass analysis. An LDL-HDL ratio greater than 3:1 c. Tobacco smoking increases the risk d. Elevated serum C-reactive protein concentrations e. Vitamin B6 deficiency
Dietary iodine deficiency and hypothyroidism, which cause elevated serum cholesterol and of lipid peroxidation.
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