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sarah brown answered Anonymous' question

Treatment for psoriasis depends on the type of disease, the severity, and the body area involved.

For mild disease where only small areas are affected, there are topical creams, lotions, and sprays.

For moderate to severe disease affecting much larger areas of the body, topical products may not be effective or practical. In these cases, doctors often … Read more

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sarah brown answered Anonymous' question

Tinnitus  can also be aggravated by insomnia.  The study revealed that the severity of tinnitus worsened among patients who suffer insomnia.

Other factors known to worsen tinnitus include loud noises, ear wax buildup, ear or sinus infection, head and neck trauma, fibromyalgia, Lyme disease, and thoracic outlet syndrome.


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sarah brown answered sanket mittal's question

Some people may not have any symptoms of vitamin D deficiency and still be deficient.

The symptoms of vitamin D deficiency are sometimes vague and can include tiredness and general aches and pains. Some people may not have any symptoms at all.

If you have a severe vitamin D deficiency you may have pain in your bones … Read more

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sarah brown answered Edward Anderson's question

Sugar plays a harmful role in tooth decay. The bacteria that form together to become plaque use sugar as a form of energy.

The mouth is full of hundreds of bacteria, many of which are beneficial to the oral ecosystem. However, certain harmful oral bacteria actually feed on the sugars you eat to create acids that … Read more

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sarah brown answered DS narfolk's question

Typical symptoms of meningitis include:

  • Sudden high fever
  • Severe headache
  • Stiff neck
  • Vomiting or nausea with headache
  • Confusion or difficulty concentrating
  • Seizures
  • Light sensitivity
  • Difficulties with sleep
  • Lack of interest in food or drink
  • Skin rash
  • Severe muscle pain
In order to receive treatment early on you should see a doctor if you have a fever, stiff neck, confusion or vomiting.

source: www.belmarrahealth.com/aging-adults-at-risk-for-meningitis-t

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sarah brown answered

A first degree sprain should be treated immediately with the P.R.I.C.E. Principle – Protection, Rest, Icing, Compression, Elevation.

If possible, the hand should be rested for the first couple of days post-injury to allow the healing process to take place.

X-rays can show whether the bones of the thumb and hand are broken. Your hand specialist will … Read more