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Osteoarthritis – What You Need to Know?


Osteoarthritis (OA) is a disease of the breakdown of cartilage and causes the bone to overgrown or form lumps. Cartilage is a plane, glossy material that fixes the joints and letting them slide easily as you move. It is a type of tough connective tissue that shields and look after the ends of bones in joints. Although OA can affect any joint in the body, it often affects the hips, knees, hands, feet, and spine.

OA is the most common form of arthritis. It affects 1 out of every 10 people in the country. Information shows that males and females are affected in equal numbers up to the age of 45. After menopause, women tend to have more severe and complex problems. OA generally follows at the age of 50, but can be seen earlier in life, in the spines of youngsters.

What Causes Osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis commonly happens steadily over time. Some reasons that might cause OA include:
obesity• Obesity
• Old age
• Joint damage
• Improper growth of joint
• The hereditary problem in joint cartilage
• Pressures on the joints from certain games and performing physical exercises.

How Is Osteoarthritis Diagnosed?

Osteoarthritis can arise in any joint. It occurs most frequently in the limbs, knees, hips, and backbone. Symptoms of osteoarthritis are:
• Numbness in a joint after getting out of bed or sitting for a long time
• Puffiness or inflammation in one or more joints
• A cracking sound or the sensation of bone rubbing on bone.
• Diagnose Medical history of the family
• Physical examination
• X-rays

trialtotestlHow Is Osteoarthritis Treated?

• Keep your body weight normal
• Regulate pain
• Achieve a healthy lifestyle.
• Workout
• Rest and joint care
• Medicines
• Improve joint function
• Corresponding and alternative therapies
• Surgery
• Divide activities into small jobs that are easy to manage
• Construct fitness and healthy eating into your daily routines
• Find ways to lower and manage stress
• Consult with your doctor or other health care specialist
• Balance rest with activity
• Develop a support system of family, friends, and health care providers

Life Is Too Short To Be Self-Conscious About Hair Loss

hair loss

A bathroom concealed with loose strands or an ever-scrawnier ponytail can be startling but doesn’t necessarily mean anything’s wrong. By age 50, half of the people will complain of hair loss. “As we age, overall hair volume changes and individual strands become thinner. But just because hair loss is natural doesn’t mean you have to accept it.

Here are 7 answers to help you keep the locks out of your comb and on your head.

1. Diet

Now, this can be a piece of cake! Hair flourishes on protein, iron, zinc, and vitamin B12. Get them from lean meats, leafy greens, nuts, beans, and fish.

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You’re midway there every time you have a head bath: massaging your head in the shower increases blood flow to the scalp. This means a better situation for hair growth, but it also aids the diffusion of any treatment shampoos you use.

3. Stress Relief

Just breathe, it could help! Both sudden and chronic stress can cease hair growth. If you’ve been through tough times in the life, hair should grow back. If you’re under constant pressure, master meditation, your hair will thank you.

4. Blood Work

Regular blood work can test your ferritin and vitamin D. Deficiency can lead to hair loss, and the fix may be as simple as adding an iron or vitamin supplement.

5. Lasers

Laser treatments decrease the inflammation in follicles that prevents them from regenerating.

Hair Styling6. Styling
It’s the easiest answer you never thought-out. Hair dryers and electrical appliances used on hair, can cause breakage and thinning, so reduce your use however you can.

7. Hormone Help

Some women are hereditarily susceptible to female-pattern hair loss, and birth control pills can destroy overproduction of male hormones. At menopause, thinning increases; if you’re on hormone therapy, it may minimize hair loss.

Hair loss is a symptom of something else that’s going on with your body. If your hair loss is unexpected and extreme or simple resolutions aren’t working, talk with CMC doctors about other possibilities.

GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease)


Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a chronic digestive disease. GERD occurs when stomach acid or, occasionally, stomach content, flows back into your food pipe (esophagus). The backwash (reflux) irritates the lining of your esophagus and causes GERD.
Both acid reflux and heartburn are common digestive conditions that many people experience from time to time
Most people can manage the discomfort of GERD with lifestyle changes and over-the-counter medications. But some people with GERD may need stronger medications, or even surgery, to reduce symptoms

GERDGERD signs and symptoms include:

• A burning sensation in your chest (heartburn), sometimes spreading to your throat, along with a sour taste in your mouth
• Chest pain
• Difficulty swallowing (dysphagia)
• Dry cough
• Hoarseness or sore throat
• Regurgitation of food or sour liquid (acid reflux)
• Sensation of a lump in your throat

Sensation GERD is caused by frequent acid reflux — the backup of stomach acid or bile into the esophagus. When you swallow, the lower esophageal sphincter — a circular band of muscle around the bottom part of your esophagus — relaxes to allow food and liquid to flow down into your stomach. Then it closes again.

However, if this valve relaxes abnormally or weakens, stomach acid can flow back up into your esophagus, causing frequent heartburn. Sometimes this can disrupt your daily life.

gerd-causesThis constant backwash of acid can irritate the lining of your esophagus, causing it to become inflamed (esophagitis). Over time, the inflammation can wear away the esophageal lining, causing complications such as bleeding, esophageal narrowing or Barrett’s esophagus (a precancerous condition).


Risk Factors:
• Obesity
• Bulging of top of stomach up into the diaphragm (hiatal hernia)
• Pregnancy
• Smoking
• Dry mouth
• Asthma
• Diabetes
• Delayed stomach emptying
• Connective tissue disorders, such as scleroderma

Things Get To Know About Air Conditioner

Facts About AC

Not so many years ago, air conditioning was one of the luxuries items and provide privileged for the only few; but nowadays, it comes under the basic necessity for a common man and becomes a part of our lives whether we want it or not. It is normal in many offices, workplaces, shops and public transport systems. Unfortunately, viciously low temperatures and inappropriate repairs have led to health issues, initiating common disorders in some people and irregular major occurrences of sicknesses. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of keeping your cool:


–> Thrilling heat has a vibrant negative impact on the brainpower and on physical activity and the use of air conditioning can go some way to fixing this.
–>It increases comfort levels at the workplace and at leisure.
–>It improves job routine.
–>It can result in improved physical and logical movement.
–>A lower temperature eradicates the existence of flies and insects.
–>The risk of dehydration gets reduced because of less sweating in lower temperature.
–>A clean air conditioning system helps eliminate outdoor allergens such as pollens.


–>Impulsive changes in temperature and moisture affect the respiratory system.
–>It has a drying effect on skin and mucous membranes.
–>It increases to ambient noise, backing to noise pollution.
–>The air circulation can spread infectious respiratory diseases.
–>Airborne dust particles can cause allergic reactions.
–>Air conditioning can exacerbate eye conditions such as conjunctivitis and blepharitis, as well as cause problems for contact lens wearers.

Things to remember:

–>Air conditioned rooms should be ventilated on a regular basis.
–>Professional installation and maintenance are crucial for both individual units and centralised schemes.
–>Have room temperature from 20 degrees to 23 degrees Celsius.
–>Try to maintain an average humidity of between 60% and 70%.

Does Every Skin Product Work on Indian Skin?

Indian Skin

We often switch to various skin products or cosmetics to fight with our skin problems, but we are not aware of that what suits on others may not suit us. It is a mistaken belief that Indian skin is the same as Western skin. This false misconception often gives incorrect treatment and supervision. Moreover, due to lack of knowledge and exploration, most treatments are considered for Western skin, without any acknowledgement of the necessities of the Indian population’s skin.
The dermatologists have experienced the differences, personally, in the Western and Indian skin.

#1 – Pollution

India has a major percentage of pollution in its cities. Pollution can raise your risk of contact allergy or allergic rash due to some constituent or allergen. It also can increase your risk of eczema. Pollution also corrodes the protective ozone layer in the atmosphere. This erosion of ozone sanctions more UV light to enter through to the Earth, causing increased coverage to the sun’s rays.
Dealing with the problem

1. Try to use products whose ingredients have been examined by a dermatologist and have been found to have a minimum risk of reaction.
2. Try to reduce the usage of products, perfumes and cosmetics items. The more you depict yourself to new elements, the higher your risk of irritation or allergy.
3. Always make sure you moisturise your skin. Accurately hydrating the skin confirms that the epidermal layer is reinforced.
4. Decrease your carbon impression and look for naturally responsible options to make the environment better for everyone in the future.

#2 – UV Light

India is close to the equator, making it more vulnerable to the rays of the sun. This sunlight can cause a growth in pigmentation complaints and even aging. In addition, UV light can also cause skin cancer as it has harmful chemicals in it.

Dealing with the problem

1. Protect yourself from the sun. One should avoid contact with the sun, especially when it is at its peak point, i.e. from 11 am to 4 pm. If you cannot avoid it, cover exposed areas.
2. Applying sunscreen or sunblock is important. Always apply it twenty minutes before going outside in the sun and remember to reapply after every 3 hours so that its effect does not wear off.
3. Also, awareness of both UVA and UVB protection in your products. UVA protection is often represented by a + grade, with ++ recommended as enough for Indian skin. UVB protection is presented by an SPF factor, with Indian skin demanding an SPF of approximately 30.

Heat#3 – Heat

We, Indians, are living in the area of high temperatures with certain environmental factors. This raised level of heat can be the cause of many kinds of skin diseases. First of all, surplus sweat and its critical blocking with clothes can cause heat rash, a major problem in India. Furthermore, an infection of the hair follicle and fungal skin infections can also occur.

Dealing with the problem

1. Try to keep yourself dry as much as possible.
2. Try and use a body wash that is antiseptic.
3. Look for products that are non-greasy and are non-comedogenic.
Summing it up, Indian skin has its own requirements that should always be acknowledged and managed. And, if you suffer from any of the skin problems, do not neglect it. Consult a good dermatologist for dedicated care.

Drug Terrorism in Punjab


Element abuse can be defined as the use of a drug or other stuff for a non-medical use, with the motive of generating some type of excitement within the user. The state which was once known for its pure beauty, lavish green farms, lustrous water streams, and one of the India’s wealthiest state is now famous for some spiteful reasons as well, Punjab has now fallen in a web of a menace. The problem of drug abuse among the youngsters in Punjab is fast becoming an epidemic.

DrugA continuous supply across the border of Punjab, is making it next to impossible to preserve the state of its deadly addiction to illegal drugs. If the problem of substance abuse in Punjab is not examined hurriedly and effectively in a long-term manner, it may destroy the economy, culture, and social structure of the Punjab.

There was a time when there was richness here; people were so enthusiastic doing things, trying new things. But it is now in such a sad state. It’s as if the State is residing on an explosive device ready to burst at any time.

Politics and Corruption

An investigation of the factors responsible for this death trap and debt trap for the people of Punjab exposes that it has been embedded in several factors – economic, political, geographical and social, each including in their own way to destroy the youth of the state. Politics is a part of the drugs problem in Punjab. Cops investigations have revealed links between political leaders, entrepreneurs and drug smugglers. From the means in which politicians were hurrying for shield from the anger of the people in the general elections over the drug problem, there is no doubt that the strong and antagonistic Punjabi has had enough.

governmentAwareness and Education system

Children should be made aware about their rights and tactics to escape being abused. The education system should be such that it can meet the challenges of this developing world. Drug awareness programmes, job opportunities, educating the people regarding the effects of drugs may create the bright future of the nations. Steps should be taken by the administration to provide best health care services to the inhabitants at reasonable cost. Awareness of every domain should be within the reach of each and every person.
Here at Cheema medical complex, we offer one of first and best treatment approaches for addiction patients. It includes medical detoxification, counselling sessions for patient as well as family members with special provisions for female patients suffering from addiction.

We offer one of the finest infrastructure and a very best relapse prevention program managed fully by a Psychiatrist.

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