Health



Image showing three types of Oestrogen: Estrone, Oestradiol, and Estriol.
Most of us are familiar with oestrogen as the primary female sex hormone, but this substance does much more than manage menstrual and reproductive health. From the formation of bones and organs to the regulation of digestion and cognition—oestrogen is involved in all aspects of our lives.
Illustration depicting 8 common reasons for nasal congestion.
Did you know that a stuffy nose isn’t just a symptom of the common cold or hay fever? Are you constantly blowing your nose, using nasal sprays, and hovering above the humidifier but nothing seems to work? Then keep on reading. In this article, we tell you about the eight most common reasons for nasal congestion and how to treat them.
A Guide to Ovarian Inflammation: Diagnosing and Treating This Sneaky Disease
What happens when one or both ovaries become inflamed? What is the best way to diagnose and treat ovarian inflammation? Our in-depth blog post describes the symptoms and consequences of this uncommon, but dangerous condition, and explains what to do if you notice them in yourself.
Visual guide to sudden, recurring abdominal pain, providing insights and considerations for managing this condition.
Colic is a well-known condition in young babies. Although otherwise healthy, they can sometimes cry unconsolably for no apparent reason, especially in the first months of life. Colic in babies is often associated with some sort of abdominal pain. The term colic is also used to describe sudden, recurring, unspecified abdominal pain in adults.
Probiotics Explained: Living Microorganisms for Health
Probiotics are live microorganisms—mostly bacteria and some yeasts—that offer numerous health benefits when consumed in adequate amounts. They are often referred to as “good” or “friendly” bacteria because they contribute to a balanced and harmonious gastrointestinal system.
Conditions: Bladder Pressure, Interstitial Cystitis, Urinary Tract Infection
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that the human urinary system is fascinating. While most of us don’t pay much attention to it unless there is a problem, the urinary system plays a vital role in our bodies. It cleans the blood, removes toxins, and regulates blood volume and the elements our blood contains. However, it’s not uncommon to experience urinary system issues. Many of them start with bladder pressure and increased urination. In this article, we’ll discuss the most common culprits for bladder pressure and compare them to help you recognize the distinct signs.
Exploring the Causes of Variability in Coordination and Balance
We can all be clumsy from time to time. You trip over a curb or spill coffee all over your new dress, but sometimes, being clumsy isn't just an accident but a repeated problem. You may notice that you’re clumsier than usual at certain times of the month, or that you keep bumping into or dropping things when you feel stressed. In this article, you’ll learn more about clumsiness and whether it’s something to be concerned about or just a normal part of your life and personality.
Illustrating Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)
Sitting perfectly still for long periods of time isn’t easy for anyone and it isn’t necessarily good for us, but people suffering from Restless Legs Syndrome feel an irresistible urge to move or shake their legs, especially at night in bed. The whole limb just begs to be moved – shaken or suffer incredible discomfort.
Common Types, Prevention, and Treatment, providing insights into various abscess types, preventive measures.
If you've ever had an abscess on your skin, gums, or elsewhere on (or in) your body, you know how dangerous and painful it can be. And because an abscess can resemble a pimple or a boil, you might be tempted to squeeze or pop it. But before you do, read this article to learn how to deal with an abscess safely, and why you should never pop one yourself.
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Period tracker for both regular and irregular cycle.
Period, fertility and ovulation forecast. Standard and advanced mode (on the basis of the previous cycle data and depending on the fluctuations of the cycle length during the previous months).
Over 100 symptoms, other options like weight, BBT, moods, pills, sex life, cervical mucus, graphs and much more.
Various daily reminders: Menstruation, Ovulation, Weight, BBT, Multivitamin pill, Breast self-exam, Contraceptive pill, NuvaRing, Contraceptive patch, Depo-Provera injection, IUD.
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Visual insights into the causes and information on managing tinnitus symptoms.
Tinnitus is an unwelcome intruder that can disrupt your day with a continuous, high-pitched ringing in your ears. This is not just annoying; phantom sounds can interfere with your concentration, sleep patterns, and overall quality of life.
Graphic providing insights into 'Bipolar Disorder
Mental health is a topic many of us still shy away from discussing openly. However, according to some studies, as many as 1 in 4 people worldwide may be living with some form of mental illness at any given time. In this article, we shed some light on bipolar disorder and what it’s like to live with it.
Visualizing 'Electric Shock Sensations,' an illustration capturing the unique bodily experiences often associated with this phenomenon.
While it may seem alarming, this phenomenon is probably more common than you think. Have you ever spontaneously felt a sensation like a zap, a jolt, or a tingle out of the blue? Such sensations are more common during perimenopause when fluctuating hormone levels can influence the way our nerves fire, but this phenomenon can have many other causes.
Understanding Axilla Pain: Why does My Armpit Hurt? - Insights into causes and considerations for armpit discomfort.
Apart from the ever-present question of whether to shave, the armpit is not the first place we think of as being a source of pain. However, the armpit—or axilla—is an important junction where the arm meets the rest of the body, and pain can arise here.
Smell and Hormonal Changes: Can Hormones Affect Your Sense of Smell? - Visual insights into hormonal impact on olfactory perception.
Our sense of smell is important for our health and well-being. It helps us select wholesome food, heightens the appetite, and warns us of harmful or spoiled products. Our ability to perceive smells also helps us navigate the environment, warning us about dangers such as a gas leak, smoke and fire, or mildew in the walls. But our sense of smell gives us even more subtle and profound cues that influence our romantic relationships, social interactions, and attitudes towards other people.
Hay Fever and Allergies - Visual guide to symptoms, causes, and management of allergic reactions to pollen and other triggers.
Achoo! Mystery sneezing, a runny nose, itchy, watery eyes, and general itching and discomfort… Does this sound familiar? Allergies can be annoying and manifest in many ways, but they are possible to manage.