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Walking Vs Obesity

Regular walking is linked  to lower obesity rates.  Walking more is a great way to increase your daily physical activity. By born, we gradually learn how to walk or run, there is no need for any specialized training or equipment, and it's adaptable to many health needs and fitness levels.  Now a new study underscores the link between walking regularly and having a lower risk of obesity.  The study, led by Stanford University researchers, used data from a smartphone app that measured daily steps. Researchers analyzed data from more than 717,000 people in 111 countries. Their steps were tracked for about three months, on average.  When more people walk regularly, fewer are obese.  Researchers homed in on "activity inequality"—the size of the difference in a number of steps between people in a given country who walked the most and those who walked the least.  A bigger gap between these groups was associated with a higher obesity rate.  For exampl

Headache and Migraine; Why We Suffer ?

Today I am going to discuss headaches and migraines. Do you suffer from these? And have you been wondering what is causing these headaches or migraines?  Today I am going to talk about the most common reasons for headaches and migraines, and I also try to discuss natural headache remedies along the way. If you haven't met me before, I'm Dr. Mehedi Hassan, and I'm a global health physician and health policy advisor, On this blog, I usually discuss topics of common interest regarding healthy lifestyle and career-oriented advice, so subscribe & follow. Make sure you stick around to the page for all headaches and migraine reasons, as I'll start with the most basic ones that you may have heard before, but the last 2 or 3 are not well known or recognized. So stay with me for those. But let's get into these causes or reasons for headache and migraines. Headache and Migraine reasons : 1/ Dehydration : Make sure that you're dr

Hypothalamus - The Magical Part of Brain.

I may Call Hypothalamus is the Magical Part of Brain.  It plays a key role in response to everyday living and movement,  So it's Better to learn and know about Hypothalamus. The thalamus, Hypothalamus, and pineal glands are part of a large structure called the diencephalon, which roughly translates to "interbrain." These structures from Brain are responsible for serving as a relay station/switchboard from the brain to the rest of the soul. Hypothalamus is the middle-man between the nervous system and the endocrine system. The thalamus is a major neural relay station from parts of the cerebrum to other parts of the cerebrum, from the cerebrum to the cerebellum, and from the cerebrum to the spinal cord and the rest of the soul. The thalamus also relays sensory signals from the body to the brain for processing. It's also involved in gating and normalizing sensory input and motor output. The thalamus is also divided up into different nuclei, which play spec

318 Medical Abreviation

A:CR ......albumin to creatinine ratio (mg/mmol)  A2 ......... aortic component of the 2nd heart sound  Ab ......antibody  ABC......airway, breathing, and circulation  ABG .....arterial blood gas: PaO2, PaCO2, pH, HCO3  ABPA-allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis  ACE-i .....angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor  ACS .......acute coronary syndrome  ACTH....adrenocorticotrophic hormone  ADH .....antidiuretic hormone  AF ........atrial fibrillation  AFB ...... acid-fast bacillus  Ag.......antigen  AIDS ....acquired immunodeficiency syndrome  AKI ........acute kidney injury  ALL ......acute lymphoblastic leukemia  ALP ......alkaline phosphatase  AMA ....antimitochondrial antibody  AMP ..... adenosine monophosphate  ANA .....antinuclear antibody  ANCA ...antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody  APTT .... activated partial thromboplastin time  AR ........ aortic regurgitation  ARB .....angiotensin II receptor ‘blocker’ (antagonist)  ARDS ...acute respiratory distres

OCD- Taboo Vs Prevention (Part- 2)

stay at home, you'll recover, you'll get better,  The most common answer OCD patients heard from you. After OCD-Taboo(Part- 1) However, this only works if you stay at home and you stop thinking – and most people with OCD, they stay at home and then they think even more, which tires  them out even more, and thus the cycle just repeats itself, around and around! These Unconscious sabotaging compulsions can be sorted into five categories and typically any anxiety sufferer has symptoms from at least a couple of these categories.  The first unconscious hijacking classic travel, here the anxiety heightens the further you travel away from home, so, for example, flying, driving on motorways, going on trains, and the logic here is very simple when viewed from your unconscious mind which is quite a child-like, it's "If I give him a panic attack on an airplane, he'll stop flying and he'll stay at home."  It's quite simple when you look at it fr

OCD- Taboo Vs Prevention (Part-01)

I will share with you some of the patterns and knowledge that I've gathered whilst helped hundreds of people including myself, to understand and prevent, to let go of OCD and it’s associated fears, worries,  anxieties, and social prejudices. We will dig deeper into the way OCD operates, so you can have a clear understanding of what's happening to you, and therefore when you're ready to tackle the OCD head-on you'll be better informed of just what you're dealing with because OCD really is a sneaky little creature.   I won't be saying pull yourself together and I won't be saying can't you see how silly this is?  Because we already know that. So, what's OCD? - Obsessive-compulsive disorder And I don't really like that word disorder, it's more like obsessive-compulsive order, because there's no disorder in OCD, in fact, it's quite the opposite.  Most things are unbelievably planned, thought through and very orderly.    someti

Panic disorder, Why/when/How

Panic disorder is a type of anxiety disorder.  It causes panic attacks,  which are sudden feelings of terror,  when there is no real danger. Panic disorder, with or without agoraphobia, is one of the most common and important anxiety disorders in the general population in the Western world with a prevalence in one year of 2-3% in Europe.  Agoraphobia without panic occurs in another 1% of the population. Patients with panic disorder have a high use of medical services, have an impaired social and work life, and overall reduced quality of life. The good news is that the short term, psychological interventions can improve the lives of most patients. Protocols and resources to help general practitioners implement such techniques, with and without drugs, are available. You may also have physical symptoms, like:- Fast heartbeat Chest or stomach pain Breathing difficulty Weakness or dizziness Sweating Feeling hot or a cold chill Tingly or numb hands   Fit