Hot flashes are most often associated with the menopause or perimenopause. The symptoms are described as the gradual or sudden onset of extreme heat accompanied by sweating, rapid heartbeat and chills. The skin feels flush, the face becomes visibly red and lightheadedness may occur. The episodes can last anywhere from two to 30 minutes, and… Continue reading How Premarin Reduces Hot Flashes Symptoms
Heartburn is a painful burning sensation felt just below the breastbone. The discomfort is caused by stomach acid, which the body produces to digest food. Heartburn is sometimes triggered by eating acidic or spicy foods and may be accompanied by cough, chest pain, a sour taste or difficulty swallowing. Around 44 percent of U.S. adults… Continue reading Why You Should Take Heartburn Medications Before Breakfast
Erectile dysfunction has the potential to impact a man’s quality of life. The first step to treating the condition is getting a proper diagnosis, but what can men do after they have been diagnosed? Knowing where to start after being diagnosed allows men to begin regaining quality of life by reversing the effects of ED.… Continue reading Post ED Diagnosis – What’s Next
If you experience joint pain, aching muscles, swelling or other discomforts associated with arthritis, you may find relief by taking Celebrex, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) for pain and inflammation. Celebrex is clinically proven to be effective in reducing swelling and relieving pain from rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, ankylosing spondylitis and gout. Although this medicine is… Continue reading Benefits of Taking Celebrex for Arthritis Patients
Erosive esophagitis is a condition that has to do with acid reflux disease. When the acid backs up into the esophagus, the tissues are damaged along the lining. This is known as EE or erosive esophagitis. The stomach has acid that is designed to digest the food that is eaten on a daily basis. The… Continue reading Nexium for Treating Erosive Esophagitis
Despite the common association of nasal allergies with the so-called “allergy seasons”, the unpleasant symptoms experienced by many nasal allergy sufferers can often be caused by both seasonal outdoor and year-round indoor allergens. These different allergens are extremely diverse and can include virtually anything a person could come in contact with inside or outside during… Continue reading Nasonex For Indoor Allergies
Each year, approximately 425,000 women will have a stroke – and this is approximately 55,000 more than men will have. Age does make a person more susceptible and so does a close family relative that has had a stroke in the past. There’s no way of reversing the years or changing family history, but there… Continue reading A Guide to Stroke Prevention
A duodenal ulcer can result in four to eight weeks of treatment and that is mainly because the infection is caused by a bacterium, commonly H. pylori. Acid suppressing medication can be used to heal the ulcer and antibiotics can help to clear up the bacterial infection at the same time. While the bacterial infection… Continue reading Why Is Esomeprazole (Nexium) Important in Managing Duodenal Ulcers?
Omeprazole is a medication used in treatment of acid-related diseases such as reflux or dyspepsia. It is also recommended for healing and prevention of stomach ulcers and other gastro-esophageal conditions. The medication comes in various dosages, and it may be combined with other prescriptions in the form of injections, capsules and tablets. Certain amounts of… Continue reading What Medical Conditions Can Omeprazole Treat?
To date the etiology of fibromyalgia is unknown. This disease manifests itself in a wide variety of symptoms, including sleep disturbances, tingling in limbs, headaches, cognitive problems, fatigue and widespread pain. Those with fibromyalgia may also experience irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), fibromyalgia affects about 5.0… Continue reading What is Fibromyalgia?