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Hemorrhoids: a painful taboo

Posted by on Jun 30, 2016 in Health | 0 comments

Almost one in three Americans is suffering from hemorrhoids. For many it is uncomfortable to talk to a doctor about the problems and even in your family or friends are hemorrhoids a taboo subject, often is therefore too late searched for help and complaints are intensifying. Basically, everyone has hemorrhoids, but they do not always cause discomfort. Here, a dense network of veins is referred to as hemorrhoids, which is covered by mucosa and is located directly in front of the anus. Together with the sphincter, it ensures that the intestine is sealed to the outside. Only when the veins enlarge it comes to complaints, which are called hemorrhoids or popularly known as hemorrhoids. The occurrence of hemorrhoids it is favored by a hereditary connective tissue, obesity, pregnancy and age. In addition promote especially wrong diet and lifestyle low...

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Causes of burnout in teachers

Posted by on Jun 30, 2016 in Wellness | 0 comments

Educators and teachers are exposed to compared with many other occupational groups and suspected in more than average health burdens. The emotional exhaustion (burnout) plays a special role. Educators belong to a health professional group which are highly loaded. Studies show that they are especially often affected in addition to physical illnesses such as, headaches and back pain and frequent infections of mental illness. Despite initial enthusiasm for the profession to report many educators after a few years of congestion, restlessness and irritability, sometimes even of mental exhaustion. This is related to the varied stresses of work, but also with structural conditions in the facilities. For a study on the health burden of educators 1217 educators were interviewed. Being physically stressful proven especially the often unfavorable posture while playing or crafting with children. Thus, the lifting and carrying often...

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For diabetics, proper skin care is especially important

Posted by on Jun 27, 2016 in Health | 0 comments

Diabetics must regularly monitor their blood sugar levels and follow strict guidelines regarding their diet. Not only that, the skin of diabetics is pulled by the disease in affected and requires special care to prevent illness. Dry, itchy skin may be one of the first signs of incipient diabetes, under the in America about 8 million people. The body tries to excrete their excess sugar in the urine and to lose so increased water. As a result, the body and the skin will dry out. In addition, diabetes is harmful for the nerves, including those that control the sweat and sebum of the skin. As a result, the skin its fat and moisture content no longer sufficient to regulate, it dries out and their natural defenses are lowered. In addition, elevated glucose levels damage in addition to the nerves...

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Can protein help you lose weight?

Posted by on Jun 27, 2016 in Nutrition | 0 comments

There are many theories on the question of how to lose weight by the most successful way. The internet and magazines are full of suggestions, ideas and alleged miracle diets. For a permanent and healthy loss weight an adequate intake of protein is needed. An American study has confirmed this now. In study took a part 25 healthy, normal and overweight men and women between 18 and 35 years. After first two to three weeks of a weight-reducing diet they were carried out, the volunteers every day for eight weeks had take 950 kilocalories more. They were divided into three groups. In the first group of the protein portion of the food was five percent (low protein), in the second 15 percent (normal) and in the third 25 percent (high protein). After the study, participants were weighed and their body...

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Varied food lowers the risk of diabetes?

Posted by on Jun 24, 2016 in Nutrition | 0 comments

By eating plenty of fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of diabetes developing type 2. Obviously that a special role is played by the variety on the plate. Almost everyone knows that you have to pay attention to the diet in diabetes. And many think that you can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes primarily by reducing, that you take as little sweets as it possible. Less well known, however is likely that you can reduce risk of diabetes specifically, by consuming plenty of fruits and vegetables and thereby feeds as varied as possible. That is what researchers now discovered through a case-cohort study. For the EPIC-Norfolk study of 3,000 subjects were observed over a period of eleven years. Participants were examined at baseline on their health and fitness level back. They then had to gather in...

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