Now imagine this change in circumstances happening on a large scale. Imagine a situation where the circumstances have changed across the board and now all your daily routines have been disrupted: from how you get the kids ready for school and how you get yourself to work, to where and how you do your grocery shopping, to how often you need to sanitize surfaces at home and how often you can visit and check in on your elderly parents. … [Read more...] about Reducing the Risk of Emotional Fatigue During the Pandemic
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Chest or lung tumours  Fracture in the ribs Bronchitis Inflammatory bowel syndrome Wounds in the chest Pulmonary emboli, blockage of the arteries in the lungs. Compromised immune system (Lupus and rheumatoid arthritis) Drug reactions (medications for high BP or heart) Parasitic or fungal infections Lymphatic cancer  Asbestosis (lung condition caused due to asbestos inhalation) Inherited diseases (sickle cell anaemia) COVID-19: Are People With Asthma At A Higher Risk Of The Infection? … [Read more...] about Pleurisy (Inflammation Of The Lung Lining): Symptoms, Causes, Treatments and Prevention
Although GBS disease is rarely seen in pregnant women, with proper treatment and preventive methods, one can overcome the disease. Currently, there's no vaccine to protect pregnant women and newborns from GBS bacteria, but researchers are working to develop a vaccine. … [Read more...] about Group B Streptococcus (GBS) Disease: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention
"During these unstable times, we are hearing from people every day on our Alzheimer's Society Dementia Connect line who are feeling scared, confused, or struggling with their mental health," Fiona Carragher, who is the Chief Policy and Research Officer at the Alzheimer's Society UK, said in a June 2020 news release posted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Understandably, the ongoing coronavirus crisis has increased RNT for many people around the globe. … [Read more...] about Can Repetitive Negative Thinking Speed Up Cognitive Decline?
Emotional Problems in Deafblind People Being both deaf and blind affects a child's learning ability which may leave them out of society. Communication problems and ability to socialise will be limited. These issues may lead them to isolation, depression and anxiety. Dependency on others to carry out day-to-day tasks can cause low self-esteem and lack of confidence. Problems in making relationships or starting a family. Problems in adapting to new situations. 20 Home Remedies To Treat Nerve Weakness … [Read more...] about What Is Deafblindness? History, Types And Its Causes