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Diabetes and Depression: Double Trouble

It is difficult to imagine what could be worse than an ailment that takes the happiness and pleasure out of living. And yet, depression is widespread and is frequently seen among people with diabetes.

Lose Weight by Sleeping Well

If you want to lose weight, then you better have a good sleep every night. Although regular exercise and a healthy diet are very important, evidence is growing that sleep is a powerful regulator of appetite, energy use and weight control. Related terms:university of santo tomaswill pocari sweat make you fatdoes pocari sweat make you […]

Beating Stress with the Beat of Music

Imagine you’ve just had an incredibly bad day at school or work. On the way home, traffic’s heavier than usual even if you’ve taken the supposedly faster route. It’s already past dinner time when you reach home and your housemates are either asleep or still stuck in traffic somewhere. Utterly hungry but too exhausted to […]

Sleep Disruption and Diabetes

Persons with diabetes not only have to deal with their sugar levels, they also have to contend with different sleep problems. Related terms:DISRUPTIVE SLEEP BECAUSE DIABETES SUGAR LEVELS AT NIGHTwhy is it that a diabetic is always sleepy or frequently sleeps?related literature sample (ampalaya chocolate cake)pocari sweat for restless leg syndromephilippines related literature about blood […]

Bidding Bad Breath Goodbye

Halitosis or bad breath is a commonly encountered problem by an ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) doctor, and there are many factors that can produce it. The more you know about the condition, the more you understand how to prevent it. Related terms:betadine halitosisgoodbye sloughinghow bad can pseudo hallitosis getmalunggay for bad breathsore throat sweet […]

Avoid Injuries while Doing Sports

As we draw close to the twilight of the fun-filled sunny season, it’s a signal to greet that time of the year which brings new life experiences and add another chapter in our lives. Without further ado, let’s welcome school year 2011-2012. Related terms:how to avoid injury in sports diabetesabove heart elevate body partdiabetes sports […]

Stress: Where Less is More

Diabetes patients grapple with the demands of self-management (home blood sugar testing, diet and exercise requirements, medicine intake, and so forth) over and above their other concerns (work, finances, family and other relations). Living with diabetes day in and day out can really shoot one’s stress levels through the roof. If one is unable to […]

Hypoglycemia: More Sugar Please?

Do you regularly have headaches? Does your heart race? Are you irritable before meals? Do you feel confused or unable to make a decision? Are you constantly hungry? Are you always tired? Like Hollywood celebrities Burt Reynolds and Merv Griffin, you may be suffering from hypoglycemia, popularly known as “low blood sugar.” Related terms:famous people […]

Diabetes and Depression

Mood disorders otherwise known as affective disorders are a large group of disorders that present with a change in mood and related disturbances. Among the different mood disorders, major depression is the most commonly seen. Depression is a serious medical condition that affects thoughts, feelings, and the ability to function in everyday life. Depression can […]

13 Memory Boosters

Whether you’re a student or a near-retiring healthcare professional, a good memory equips you with an important tool to continue with your continuing medical education, and many other undertakings in life. Here are 13 simple but effective pointers to keep our memory in good shape. Related terms:acronym of pandesalwe have all experienced the frustration of […]