Information on carpal
Syndrome is a disorder that results from injury to the median
nerve as it passes from the forearm to the hand through a narrow
passageway in the wrist called the carpal tunnel. The nerve
passes through the tunnel, it is over susceptible to the
repetitive stress injury, or overuse injury. Most often the
early signs of CTS are failure to feel textures or touch.
Eventually this can lead to the inability to grip things or pick
things up. Significant weakness and wasting of the muscles in
the hand is also very common if it is not corrected in time.
Sometimes there will be a tingling or numbness in the feet,
ankles, or lower legs. This syndrome is called tarsal tunnel
syndrome and is closely related.
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you eating the foods you shouldn't because of your behavioral
eating patterns? We seem to form a way of eating that is
actually harmful to our bodies even without our trying to lose
weight. It is so quick and easy while out riding around to stop
at a fast food establishment and order a burger and fries, and
easy also to super size this fattening, artery, clogging meal.
We just don't stop to think about what we are doing to ourselves
eating all these saturated fat foods. It becomes a behavioral
eating problem when it is done on a regular basis. We drive
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today's face-paced, hectic world, stress-related illnesses are
more common than the common cold. We all face it, but how we
deal with it makes the difference between being healthy and
being sick. [read full article]
How do I get a good night sleep
Sleep is a basic necessity of life.
It is fundamental to our health and most adults need at least 8
hours of sleep a night. If a person wakes up feeling refreshed,
he/she is getting enough sleep.
Lack of healthy sleep will effect every aspect of the person's
life. The person becomes less alert and less concentrated. They
have more mood problems, poor performance at work and they put
themselves at higher risk to accidents. According to surveys,
about half of Americans report sleep difficulties like insomnia
which is a chronic inability to sleep.
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