Artigos da categoria:Alternative Treatment

A prolactinoma is a tumor originating n the pituitary gland and is responsible for secreting excess amounts of a hormone called prolactin. This tumor can cause headache, visual disturbances, impaired production of pituitary hormones, and hyperprolactinemia, which may lead to infertility or impotence.This condition can be treated with medicines or by resorting to surgery. Ayurvedic herbal treatment can be...
IntroductionOrthodox Medicine is provider-dominated with a narrow range of choice; by contrast, Alternative Medicine is a marketplace offering a vast and growing range of choices. But the difference between Alternative and Orthodox Medicine is clear enough;Orthodox Medicine is based upon the scientific study of disease processes (or is working towards this goal), while Alternative medical systems have non-scientific approaches...
We all have heard about the harmful effects of commercial insecticides. But if faced with cockroaches flying off the walls, those harmful effects don't seem too harmful and we bomb our houses with it. Then before we know it, we start having headaches. It doesn't have to be this way. There are alternate solutions from...
Polyarteritis nodosa, also known as PAN, is a rare autoimmune disorder involving spontaneous inflammation of the arteries which causes symptoms such as fever, pain, fatigue, weight loss, bleeding, and dysfunction of affected organs. Inflammation of the arteries can be quite severe and may cause permanent damage to affected organs such as intestines and kidneys. Spontaneous bleeding from multiple sites...
The medical applications of magnetism are no longer just relegated to such things as high tech diagnostic devices, like the MRI, and magnetic dental implants. The health claims attributed to magnets have many people donning magnetic jewelry, "sports magnets" and other forms of "bio-magnets." Some studies have indicated that bio-magnetic therapy may provide an alternative form of therapy for...
Porphyria is a group of inherited disorders in which affected individuals have a deficiency of certain enzymes which convert chemicals known as porphyrins into heme. Heme is a protein substance which is present in almost all body tissues but is most commonly found in red blood cells, bone marrow, and liver. A faulty and incomplete conversion of porphyrins results...
A sudden, reduced blood supply to the brain causes mild or extensive brain damage, leading to a medical condition known as hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy. This condition is also known as global hypoxic-ischemic injury or cerebral hypoxia, in older children and adults. The condition may occur in neonates before the onset of labor, during the actual delivery, or after delivery....
Aplastic anemia is a syndrome of bone marrow failure resulting in very less production of red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Immune dysfunction is believed to play an important role in causing this condition. While 20% of the causes are inherited, nearly 80% of the causes are acquired and consist of unknown factors, infectious diseases, toxic exposure...