What are the causes of cramps and what to do to treat them?

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Good hydration can both prevent and help relieve annoying cramps. Keep reading to know more. A cramp occurs when a muscle contracts involuntarily, unable to relax instantly and causing pain. Next, we tell you the main causes as well as the remedies for cramps. They usually occur in the back of the leg, although they can also occur in other...

Stiff neck: some causes and treatments

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The stiff neck can be due to some injury or muscle strain, but also to more serious problems, such as fibromyalgia. The stiff neck can respond to various causes. However, we must be clear that it is an ailment that we cannot neglect and deserves attention. If the discomfort lasts beyond 5 days, it is advisable...

Proteins in urine: symptoms, causes and treatment

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Not always the presence of protein in the urine means that there is a health problem, strictly speaking. Sometimes this depends on passing circumstances. But if this condition persists, it means that there is a difficulty in the functioning of the kidneys. Protein in the urine is sometimes a sign that the kidneys are not...

Why do I feel a ringing in my ear? Discover its causes and solutions

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Also known as tinnitus, tinnitus can be a symptom of a more serious ailment. If it is extended in time, we will have to go to the otolaryngologist. Experiencing a ringing or buzzing in the ear is an uncomfortable situation. Although it is not usually a serious problem, it raises some concern when it occurs on a recurring...

Breathing through the mouth: causes and consequences

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Breathing through the mouth is an abnormal way of doing it. It is a very common disorder in the general population with serious long-term results. Let's see why it originates and what its consequences are. Breathing through your mouth is not the normal way to do it. Human beings have the nose as a specialized organ to inhale...

Monocytes high in blood: symptoms and treatments

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Although infections are the most common cause of high blood monocytes, it can also occur in a carcinogenic or inflammatory process. Our blood contains many more cell types and substances than are typically known, such as red blood cells. A good example is monocytes. They are cells that circulate in our blood, that come from the immune...

Intestinal bacteria: a possible basis for future obesity treatments

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Obesity is a global health problem that has a multifactorial etiology. Among the suspected and studied factors are intestinal bacteria. Human beings contain a huge number of bacteria in our body that help us to  perform numerous functions -such as digestion-, or that protect us from other bacteria capable of causing disease. Some of them are...

Hammer toes: symptoms, causes and treatment

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Hammer toes are one of the most common deformities in our fingers. There are several factors that influence its appearance and that we can avoid to protect ourselves. Hammer toes turn out to be a digital deformity that occurs mostly in the toes. They get this name because they acquire a flexed position very similar to a hammer. Between...

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