OBESITY hypoventilation syndrome (OHS) and micro acupunture…

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OBESITY hypoventilation syndrome (OHS) also known as pickwickian syndrome a condition that occurs in severely obese people who fail to breathe rapidly enough, where poor breathing leads to lower blood oxygen levels and higher blood carbon dioxide levels in blood. Many during sleep having obstructive sleep apnea, awake at night that leads to continual sleepiness in daytime. The disease puts an extra strain on heart, which gradually leads to symptoms heart failure, or such as leg swelling and various other complications. The effective way to overcome the syndrome is to cut obese! OHS is distinct from other sleep related breathing disorders although overlap may exist.
    Causes: Most patients with syndrome having a form of sleep apnea. IT is believed to result from both a defect in brain’s control over breathing, and excessive weight (due to obesity) against chest wall, which makes it hard for person to take a deep breath. As a result, blood has too much carbon dioxide and not enough oxygen. People with such are often tired due to sleep loss; poor sleep quality, and chronic hypoxia. Hypoventilation occurs when level of alveolar ventilation is insufficient to meet metabolic needs that is characterised by rise in arterial carbon dioxide CO2 tension, normally measured from arterial blood gases. To maintain adequate ventilation relies on capacity of respiratory muscles, load that is placed on these muscles and adequacy of central drive to breathe.
Excess (morbid) obesity is main risk factor.
Symptoms include:

  • Decreased exercise tolerance and chest pain occur
  • Depressed central ventilator control
  • Depression
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness or interrupted sleep
  • Falling asleep during the day
  • Heart murmur due to blood leaking through tricuspid valve, hepatomegaly (an enlarged liver), ascites and leg edema
  • Hypertension and headaches can happen that worsen condition in morning
  • Increased risk for accidents or mistakes at work
  • Low oxygen level leads to excessive strain on heart as fluid may accumulate in legs in the form of edema, swelling and in abdominal cavity in the form of ascites
  • Neuro hormonal effect
  • Obstructive sleep apnea, condition characterized with snoring, brief episodes at night
  • OHS elevated blood levels of carbon dioxide that causes drowsiness CO2 narcosis may worsen sleepiness. High carbon dioxide can also cause headaches, which further tend to worsen in morning
  • Symptoms of low blood oxygen level (chronic hypoxia) can also occur, such as shortness of breath or feeling tired after very little effort
  • Tightens the small blood vessels in lungs to create an ideal distribution of blood through lungs that causes to increase pressure on pulmonary artery hypertension, which in turn extra strain on right ventricle, part of the heart that pumps blood to lungs

Exams and Tests: People with OHS are usually very overweight. A physical exam reveals:

  • A short, thick neck and small airway passage in the mouth
  • Lips, fingers, toes, or skin cyanotic, bluish color
  • Reddish complexion
  • Sign of excessive sleepiness
  • Signs of right-side heart failure, such as swollen legs or feet, shortness of breath, or feeling tired after little effort

Tests to confirm OHS include: •Sleep study •Lungs (pulmonary) function tests •Arterial blood gas •Chest x-ray or CT to rule out other possible causes
Treatment: It involves breathing help using special machines (mechanical ventilation). Options include: Non-invasive mechanical ventilation through a mask that fits tightly over the nose or nose and mouth (mainly for sleep)
Mechanical ventilation through an incision in the neck (tracheostomy)
Other treatments are aimed at weight loss, which can reverse OHS.
Prognosis: Untreated, it can lead to serious heart and blood vessel problems, severe disability, or death. It is further associated with reduced quality life, which often associate condition as asthma, diabetes, and heart failure.
Possible Complications: Complications of OHS have to do with a lack of sleep, such as:
Sexual dysfunction
Right heart failure
Increased risk for accidents
Depression, agitation, irritability
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BREATHLESSNESS ‘sensation of shortness of breath’

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Breathlessness (also known as dyspnoea) refers difficulty breathing or sensation of shortness of breath, or degree of distress involved on activities of daily living. Breathlessness may occur in conjunction with other symptoms such as cough, chest pain, or tightness, and feeling of not enough oxygen along with fever too.
It can be caused by a variety of conditions affecting the lungs, heart and or general circulation. In these cases, breathlessness occurs due to a fall in levels of oxygen in blood, increased levels of carbon dioxide or just difficulty expanding lungs. It is often seen in emphysema, chronic airflow limitation, pneumonia (infection of lungs), asthma, heart failure, dementia, multiple sclerosis and AIDS. The larger number cancer patients also experience some degree of shortness of breath, even if primary cancer did not arise in lung, which normally worse on exertion or exercise. Breathlessness caused by diseases of the heart may become worse when you lie down.
In general, there are four main mechanisms that can make someone feel short of breath:

  • Decreased oxygen levels in the blood stream
  • Increased levels of carbon dioxide in the blood stream
  • Decreased ability of the lung to expand
  • Increased workload associated with normal breathing.

Causes: Though many possible causes for breathlessness and several different systems may be involved (not necessarily only lungs) making diagnosis somewhat difficult. However, the pattern of breathlessness and other symptoms can give clues to the likely cause. Some possible causes of breathlessness set out below:
Respiratory Causes:
Airway obstruction~ Obstruction of air passages in nose, mouth or throat can cause breathing difficulties. A characteristic example of obstructive lung disease is asthma. In this condition bronchi (large airways) narrow and clogged with lots of mucous. Other obstructive airway diseases include chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, bronchiectasis and acute or chronic infection (bronchitis.
Lung tissue~ Damaged or reduced amount of functioning lung tissue; Lung tumors, infection (pneumonia) or fluid in lungs (pulmonary edema) can affect ability of airways to fill and transfer oxygen into blood stream. Restrictive lung diseases caused by fibrosis (e.g. radiation damage) also limit the ability of lungs to expand and exchange gases with blood.
Impaired ventilator movement~ Pain in chest, abnormalities in abdomen (that compress on lungs), deformities of chest wall (such as kyphosis) and weakness of respiratory muscles (caused by diseases such as multiple sclerosis) may all turn down the amount the lungs expand.
Pulmonary circulation~ Clots in lungs called pulmonary emboli (PE) cause a sudden onset of shortness of breath because blood is unable to reach the airspaces to pick up the oxygen needed by body. Pulmonary embolism classically presents with an acute onset of shortness of breath. Other symptoms include pleurisy chest pain, cough, haemoptysis and fever. Risk factor includes deep vein thrombosis, recent surgery, cancer and previous thromboembolism
Cardiac causes~ Heart failure, mitral valve disease, cardiomyopathy, pericarditis and many other cardiac problems often cause shortness of breath. This occurs, as heart is unable to pump enough blood to supply enough oxygen to rest of the body. In addition, heart problems can cause pooling of blood and fluid in lungs (pulmonary edema) which further limits gas exchange in lungs. Heart diseases usually first cause shortness of breath during exertion but later they develop characteristic types of breathlessness called orthopnoea (breathlessness whilst lying flat so you may find it more comfortable sleeping on several pillows) and paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnoea (PND; breathlessness that wakes you up from sleep).
Neoplastic or cancer~ Lung cancers often lead to breathlessness in later stages of disease. It occurs often as cancer invades or obstructs airways, causes lobar collapse or produces malignant pleural effusion (fluid around lung that prevents it from expanding). Lung cancer can also cause a condition called lymphangitis, which is thickening of lymphatic in lung. It may cause other symptoms such as chest pain or haemoptysis (coughing up blood) and is often associated with smoking. Cancers in other parts of body can also cause shortness of breath from cachexia, anemia or metastasis (spread) to the lung.
Anemia~ associated with a reduced amount of red blood cells in the bloodstream. These are primary cells involved in transporting oxygen from lungs to body. They do this by binding oxygen to a special protein called hemoglobin. Without enough blood cells, tissues do not receive adequate oxygen and the heart compensates by trying to pump more blood. This eventually can cause permanent cardiac damage and worsening of angina and congestive heart failure both of which may lead to dyspnoea.
Other causes:
Sometimes emotional distress or anxiety (nervousness) can cause you to breathe faster (hyperventilation) and make you feel short of breath, and neurological, musculoskeletal, endocrine, hematologic and psychiatric may also be the cause. This can create a vicious cycle as you can become more worried because you feel breathless which leads to more difficulty breathing. Obesity, hyperthyroidism and other metabolic problems can also cause you to become breathless. Fatigue is another possible cause because the level of effort required to breathe cannot be sustained. Therefore, a large number of conditions causing breathlessness that do not arise in lungs. In case of breathlessness, it is first important to rule out all the serious causes such as acute asthma, pulmonary embolus, pneumothorax, hemothorax, acute pulmonary edema and pneumonia, before considering some of the other causes.
Signs: Shortness of breath can manifest as a variety of signs and symptoms, due to large number of possible causes. However, most common frequent presentation is breathlessness and cough. Other common symptoms include cyanosis (blue discoloration often of fingers, toes or mouth due to an increase in the concentration of deoxygenated hemoglobin), chest pain, haemoptysis (coughing up blood), and abnormal sputum and altered breathing patterns. If you have a fever associated with your breathlessness you may have an infection of the lungs (pneumonia). All problems with breathing whether of sudden onset or long-term and regardless of other symptoms should be considered seriously. Although many of the possible causes are harmless and easily treated, you should still see your doctor for a thorough medical evaluation.
Self-care by breathing exercises such as slow, deep breathing, all the way to the abdomen. Relaxation methods too assist. If you experience episodes of breathlessness make sure you sit upright in a supportive chair, try to breathe slowly and deeply and administer oxygen and opioids as prescribed by the physician. If shortness of breath does not resolve make sure you seek medical attention.

TriOrigin acupuncture operates on a precise and well-organized hierarchical system~ the Tri spatial or time diagnosis. The exclusiveness of the Tri Chronopuncture is in the breathlessness.possibility of treating the present disease of patient along with roots of disease in the past as well as its prevention in the future. In addition one can put color marking on the prescribed points to assist in the syndromes.
As the process is only on the hands reflect in miniature form of body through the energy channels in compact system. Indirectly concept is exceptionally safe, as no direct application on organs. Aim is to promote health and ease sufferings. No medicine is ever recommended in any form in the form of chemical composition and at the same time not advisable to avoid your medicine prescribed by your physician.
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NUMBNESS and spiral acupuncture on palm…

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Health wise numbness, tingling, burning, or stinging in the toe, foot, ankle, or on palms or extremities… a complete loss of feeling when touch to skin.
What does it mean when your palms and soles feel numb or you get a burning pain in your extremities! Numbness is a complete loss of feeling when you touch your skin. It may feel like the part you touch does not belong to you.
In normal, numbness is an inability to feel anything when to touch the skin. Tingling is a pins-and-needles sensation, like when foot ‘falls asleep’. It means that nerves have been injured or pinched, swelling is putting pressure on nerves, or blood vessels have been injured. It further defines as paraesthesia wherein trend tingling, tickling, prickling or burning of a skin with no clear long-term physical effect.
Chronically high blood sugar causes nerve damage that results in these sensations. Being unable to “feel” your feet or having a heavy pins and sensation of needles is a distinctive feature of peripheral neuropathy, or damage to peripheral nervous system. That’s the body’s way of transmitting information from brain and spinal cord to entire rest of body. Peripheral neuropathy has many causes, but top two are diabetes and alcohol abuse (current or past). Chemotherapy is another common cause.
The tingling or burning can also appear in hands and may gradually spread up to arms and legs. The reduced sensation may make it feel like there is constantly wearing heavy socks or gloves. Also, hardening of arteries can diminish blood flow to feet. When such conditions go unnoticed they can lead to sever complications.
Or peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is an ongoing condition that results from narrowing or blockage of arteries that supply oxygen-rich blood to legs, abdomen, pelvis, arms, or neck. The most common cause of this disease is build-up of excess cholesterol, calcium, and other substances (plaque) on inside of arteries, particularly those that feed the legs.
Symptoms transient of related conditions as Hyperventilation syndromes often open mouth, and panic attacks, poor circulation, peripheral vascular disease most often caused by atherosclerosis and because of this it can also be a symptom of vitamin deficiency and malnutrition, as well as metabolic disorders like diabetes, hypothyroidism, further to add mercury poisoning.

    Good news is that with TriOrigin concept focus for optimal results only in miniature form of hands with different modalities like by pricking 1mm small micro needle to numbadjust the energy pathways or with small magnets or with seeds similar to pulse size or even with the colors too. The symptoms through energy may overcome as it aids in strengthening the immunity, which increases ability to function in more effective way. Over and above meridian spleen is more effective to work on this to get positive results! Aim is to promote health and ease sufferings, Give a Try!

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ASPHYXIA and micro acupuncture

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Asphyxia or asphyxiation particularly a condition of deficient supply of oxygen to body that arises from abnormal breathing process. An example of asphyxia is choking, causes generalized hypoxia, which affects primarily to cells, tissues and organs. There are many circumstances that can induce asphyxia, all of which are characterized by an inability of an individual to acquire sufficient oxygen through breathing for an extended period of time. It can be life threatening or cause coma, or even death.
One may experience the following symptoms:

  • Abrupt awakenings with shortness of breath or feeling of choking; these may be symptoms of sleep apnea
  • Cold limbs, palms and sole
  • Dyspnea (shortness of breath) may be after slight exertion happens or even at rest
  • Fluid retention
  • Headache often
  • Heart intermittent claudication of legs
  • Insomnia
  • Pale body
  • Person is likely to feel fatigue most of time, as organs aren’t getting enough oxygen
  • Poor concentration
  • Tiredness of body, or feelings of weakness or fatigue, general malaise

Common Causes:
Situations include but are not limited to: constriction or obstruction of airways, such as from asthma, laryngospasm, or simple blockage from presence of foreign materials; from being in environments where oxygen is not readily accessible: such as underwater, in a low oxygen atmosphere, or in a vacuum; environments where sufficiently oxygenated air is present but cannot be adequately breathed because of air contamination such as excessive smoke.
Other causes of oxygen deficiency include but are not limited to:

  • Acute respiratory distress syndrome
  • Airway obstruction
  • Anemia
  • ARDS (acute respiratory distress syndrome)
  • Carbon monoxide inhalation
  • Certain medications, such as narcotics and anesthetics, which depress breathing
  • Congenital central hypoventilation syndrome or primary alveolar hypoventilation, a disorder of autonomic nervous system in which patient must consciously breathe
  • Congenital heart disease; heart defects that are present at birth
  • Contact with certain chemicals, including pulmonary agents such as phosgene and blood agents such as hydrogen cyanide or prolonged exposure to chlorine gas
  • COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
  • Drug overdose
  • Emphysema
  • Exposure to extreme low pressure or vacuum to the pattern
  • High altitudes
  • Interstitial lung disease
  • Pneumonia
  • Pulmonary edema
  • Pulmonary fibrosis
  • Respiratory disease
  • Seizure that stops breath activity
  • Self-induced hypocapnia by hyperventilation as in shallow water or deep-water blackout
  • Shock
  • Sleep apnea

TriOrigin acupuncture a powerful tool that assist to increase ability to asphyxiaact more acceptable in quality, as modalities are self-sufficient for coping with such problems and obtaining stable remission. Its energy concept focuses in miniature form on hands aiming to increase blood flow. As ENERGY may go up-to any extent, and at any level, because of this possible to give better results irrespective of level of disease. The dominant controlling root meridian is kidney that works in effective way even lungs can be tackled! Get regular exercise. It may seem difficult to exercise when having trouble breathing, but regular exercise can improve overall strength and endurance. To ease in syndrome, advisable to put color dots.

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