As we already know, sweating happens after making physical efforts, being stressed or standing in the heat – but why does it happen after 40 years old? Well, menopause can be a reason, but sweating more than usual at a certain age has other causes. Let’s check them out. Diabetes Low blood sugar is one
Dry, Flaky Feet If moisturizer doesn’t get the job done, you’ll want to get tested for thyroid issues, since it could be a hormonal issue.
Headaches Sure, headaches can result from lots of different issues, but if you’re getting them regularly, try drinking a couple glasses of water. If they go away shortly thereafter, you might have found the culprit – dehydration.
Gum Disease It sounds crazy that something as simple as a gum problem can lead to heart attacks – although it’s 100% true. A recent study concluded that people with periodontal disease are inherently at a 25 percent greater risk for having a heart attack than those who have healthy gums. That’s because sensitive gum
Our body is permanently using all kinds of symptoms to signal internal problems that we may not notice otherwise. Well, one of the ‘tools’ it uses is our tongue – so if you don’t stick it out very often, you should because you may notice something pretty big! This is what a normal tongue looks
Personality disorders are a kind of mental disorders that affect how people manage their emotions, behavior and relationships. Unfortunately, they can only be diagnosed 40% of the time – and that if the patient even shows up for therapy. Do note that personality disorders do not mean that someone is crazy. This kind of disorders
Runny Nose As Mayo Clinic suggest, nasal congestion happens due to sinus cavity inflammation. “This is also due to high levels of histamine found in alcoholic beverages, especially wine and beer,” says Dr. Christopher Calapai.
Whether it’s a brother, sister, a child or even your own spouse, substance addiction can happen to anyone. Here are a couple of subtle, yet alarming signs you should watch after. They’re Flaky “You might notice they are more frequently canceling on you when you were supposed to hang out, or your friend might be
Infections Studies have proven that people struggling with advanced flu or other respiratory tract infections are five times more likely to suffer from a heart attack. In this case, what you can do is prevent the flu, treat it as early as possible and maybe take a flu vaccine as well.