Home Relationship Relationship on July 30, 2022 Empathic concern is defined as an emotional response of compassion and concern caused by seeing someone in need. Empaths are individuals who have the ability to understand, feel or sense others' emotions or share their feelings, especially pain. According to a study, an empathic concern may increase the possibility of adrenal fatigue in empaths.  This could be because of the overwhelmed emotions that they feel after keeping themselves in someone else's shoes. Understanding the reason behind the occurrence of such emotional states can help maintain emotional control and reduce the intensity of feelings. Below are some of the reasons why empaths are at a higher risk of fatigue. beyond-love Why People Prefer Emotionally Intelligent Partners For Long-Term Relationships? Are You An Empath? True empaths tend to absorb other people's emotional and physical … [Read more...] about Why Do Empaths Have A Greater Risk Of Adrenal Fatigue?
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Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on June 16, 2020 A stye, also known as hordeolum is a small, red, tendered, pus-filled (not always) and swollen lump or pimple found on the outer and inner edge of the eyes, somewhere close to eyelashes or eyelids. It is a short-term bacterial infection of the eyes. A stye can occur to anyone, even if a person takes great care of their eyes. Styes A stye can be irritating, uncomfortable, painful or annoying, but normally not a serious condition. Sometimes, it goes away on its own and can be treated easily at home or by simple medications. It does not affect the vision and is non-contagious. Take a look at the details. disorders-cure Lazy Eye (Amblyopia): Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Diagnosis And Treatment Causes Of A Stye Several small glands are present in the eyelids known as meibomian glands. These glands secrete oil that acts as a lubricant for the … [Read more...] about Stye (Lump On The Eyelid): Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Complication, Treatments And Prevention
Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on March 18, 2019 Eye floaters are deposits or tiny specks that float into the field of vision. It is condensation in the vitreous humour - the material that fills the posterior part of your eyes. It appears like black or grey specks, strings, or cobwebs that drift when you move your eyes and can appear to dart when you try to look at them directly. It can stand out when you look at something bright such as the blue sky or a reflective object  . The floaters can be irritating and can cause disturbances, however, it does not interfere with your sight. If the size of the floater is big, it can cause a slight shadow over your vision, when exposed to bright lights. It can appear in one eye or both the eyes. It is not necessary that the eye floaters can interfere with your life as you can learn to live with it and ignore it. With time, you may not even notice its presence in your eyes  . … [Read more...] about Eye Floaters: Symptoms, Causes And Treatment
Home Pregnancy parenting Basics Basics on June 12, 2012 You got twins, then you must have gone for IVF (In Vitro Fertilasation)! That has become the attitude of the layman towards multiple births which is surely not true. It is interesting to note that a record number of twins via IVF are being produced. As a commoner, we do not know whether parents opt for multiple pregnancies or they happen as a side effect of IVF. If you want to go for IVF, then access all the risks involved with it. Why does IVF produce so many twins? There is a very simple explanation for this. Not only IVF, but all fertility treatments increase the chances of multiple births. Under normal circumstances, a single egg matures every month and gets released from your ovary. In very rare cases is this rule violated and if fertilization happens at that time, it results in twins or triplets. During fertility treatments, the ovaries are stimulated with … [Read more...] about Why Does IVF Produce So Many Twins?
Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on August 29, 2019 National Eye Donation Fortnight is celebrated every year from 25 August to 8 September. The 12 days will be used to spread awareness of the importance of eye donation. According to several reports, one in five blind people of the world is from India, that is, at least 46 lakhs of Indians are suffering from blindness. On this National Eye Donation Fortnight, read on to know about blindness and how it can affect anyone and everyone. This type of visual impairment cannot be corrected by glasses or contact lenses. Any individual can become blind, it is not specific to any group, however, cataracts and macular degeneration are increasingly linked with ageing  . If you are partially blind, you will have a blurry vision; complete blindness is when you are not able to see anything at all and legal blindness is the when the vision is highly compromised. That … [Read more...] about National Eye Donation Fortnight 2019: What Causes Blindness, Its Types, Symptoms And Treatment
Home Pregnancy parenting Baby Baby on July 21, 2022 Last week, a health alert issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned parents and paediatricians that a potentially dangerous pathogen is circulating in the United States. The past two months have seen several new cases of parechoviruses (PeV), a group of viruses that commonly infect children. On Tuesday, the C.D.C. issued a special alert encouraging healthcare providers to test for parechovirus in children with unexplained fevers, seizures, loss of appetite, irritability, rashes, and sleepiness. The alert doesn't say how many cases have been reported. What Is Parechovirus? Children are commonly infected with parechoviruses, similar to enteroviruses, such as the poliovirus. In recent cases, the disease is linked with a subtype known as A3, which is associated with more severe neurological problems, such as seizures and meningitis, in newborns and … [Read more...] about What Is Parechovirus? How To Know If Your Baby Has It? Signs, Symptoms, Causes And Treatment
Home Insync Life Life on August 6, 2022 The new moon (Amavasya), steps in, every fortnight, as the thick screen of darkness encases the planet, leaving an invisible aura in the night sky. The night on the new moon is a time when the earth resumes its fortnightly nocturnal activities, which your senses can't decipher. So, how does it feel, to be born on this day? Do not be alarmed! Moon may be invisible and weak during this time, but it has a meaningful impact on the children born on this day. People born on this day, enter the earth with low energy levels. Each phase of the Moon correlates with some of the attributes, you were born with. Therefore, children born during this phase of the moon do have a powerful impact of them and surprisingly, in a positive way. They won't be distracted by darkness or obstacles in their lives and have a forward-thinking approach. They rarely look back and explore as much as they can in … [Read more...] about Born On A New Moon Day? Characteristics, Perspectives, Advantages And Disadvantages
Home Insync Life Life on July 1, 2022 Doctors are an integral part of our society. Be it any season or era - we need them for every big and small ailment or medical emergency. Even in the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic since December 2019, we have seen doctors and other healthcare professionals around the world treating people in the best possible way. While we are inside our houses during the coronavirus outbreak and lockdown, all the doctors are still out there at hospitals and labs to provide necessary treatment to people affected with COVID-19 or any other medical need. If you have never acknowledged the importance of doctors in society, here's your chance to do the same on 1 July 2022. This is because every year 1 July is observed as the National Doctors Day in India. The day is observed in the memory of a great physician and the second chief minister of West Bengal, Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy. This is the day that marks … [Read more...] about National Doctors Day 2022: Quotes, Wishes And Messages To Share With Doctors
Home Pregnancy parenting Postnatal Postnatal on August 8, 2022 Mothers, especially first-time ones, may face many day-to-day challenges in understanding their babies well, precisely due to the behavioural changes that take place in newborns. These changes are considered as part of their growth and development and are often not a point of concern. Though certain changes in newborns are pretty normal, they tend to make their mothers anxious and worried. Here, we have discussed a few weird but normal things about newborns. These facts may help save new mothers from unnecessarily worrying and will allow them to enjoy the transition phase of their babies. baby 55 Unique Indian Twin Boy And Girl Names With Meanings 1. The First Poop The weird thing about the first poop of a baby is that it is black and sticky. Scientifically, a baby's first poop is known as meconium; it is basically the remains of the food … [Read more...] about 10 Weird Yet Normal Things About Newborns That You Should Know
Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on April 10, 2019 Factitious disorder, previously termed as Munchausen Syndrome, is a mental condition in which a person acts and deceives other people by appearing to be sick. The person does not have any malingering motive but deliberately shows that they have a severe illness by exaggerating symptoms to gain the image of a patient  ,  . It can be imposed by one person on another, that is, a caretaker or a parent can fabricate illness and disabilities to their ward. The condition can be easily understood by the real-life case of Gypsy Rose Blanchard, who was forced to act as a patient by her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard. The intriguing case had received global attention and is used as the prime example of the varying degrees of factitious disorder  . [Source: Verywell Mind] An individual with factitious disorder goes to the extent of forging symptoms by … [Read more...] about Munchausen Syndrome (Factitious Disorder): Causes, Symptoms And Treatment