Relaxation Techniques

Relaxation techniques, a kind of mind-body medicine are strategies that have been specifically designed to relieve stress and tension. The specific technique may have as a goal to reduce the activity of the sympathetic nervous system. to loosen to lower blood pressure muscle tension metabolic processes slow the brain wave activity to change relaxation techniques can be combined with other techniques such as meditation, guided visualization or hypnotherapy.

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Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis

Recurrent aphthous stomatitis is a common disorder of unknown aetiology in the form round to oval, painful Mundschleimhautulzera over again. The etiology is unclear. The diagnosis is made clinically. Is treated symptomatically, mostly with local corticosteroids. See also stomatitis.) Recurrent aphthous stomatitis is a common disorder of unknown aetiology in the form round to oval, painful Mundschleimhautulzera over again. The etiology is unclear. The diagnosis is made clinically. Is treated…

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Religion And Spirituality In The Elderly

To traditional religion belongs accountability and responsibility; Spirituality makes fewer demands. People may reject traditional religion, but who see themselves as spiritual. In the USA,> 90% of older people consider themselves as religious or spiritual; about 6 to 10% are atheists and not looking for meaning by a religious or spiritual life. Most research approaches evaluate the religion, not spirituality, and use that dimensions such as attending religious services, the…

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Recurrent Meningitis

Recurrent meningitis is usually caused by bacteria, viruses or non-infectious conditions. Recurrent viral meningitis One recurrent viral meningitis is usually based on herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2;. Called Mollaret meningitis) Is HSV-2 cause, patients typically have ? 3 episodes of fever, neck stiffness and lymphocytic pleocytosis in Liquor on; each episode takes 2-5 days, then she lies down spontaneously. Patients may also other neurological deficits show (z. B. altered…

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Renal Abnormalities Of Transport Routes

Syndromes are inherited, acquired, or both. Some syndromes almost always manifest themselves in childhood, including Many substances, including electrolytes, protons, bicarbonate molecules, glucose, uric acid, amino acid and free water are secreted or reabsorbed in the renal tubules. Impaired function of these processes can lead to clinical syndromes. Syndromes are inherited, acquired, or both. Some syndromes almost always manifest themselves in childhood, including Bartter’s syndrome Gitelman syndrome Zysteinurie Hartnup syndrome…

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Recurrent Polychondritis

It is an episodic inflammatory disease with destruierendem character, v. a. can affect the cartilage of the ear and nose, but occasionally the eyes, the tracheobronchial tree, the heart valves, kidneys, joints, skin and blood vessels. The diagnosis is made by a combination of clinical, laboratory, imaging and occasionally biopsy findings. The treatment is usually of corticosteroids and immunosuppressive drugs given. Women and men are equally affected by the polychondritis,…

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Renal Artery Stenosis And Renal Artery Occlusion

A renal artery stenosis is a decrease of blood flow through one or both of the main renal arteries or their branches. A closure of the renal arteries is a complete blockage of blood flow through one or both of the main renal arteries or their branches. Stenosis and closure usually arise due to thromboembolism, atherosclerosis or fibromuscular dysplasia. The symptoms of acute occlusion are constant stabbing flank pain, abdominal…

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Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis

(Laryngeal papillomas) Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis is a rare, benign, viral respiratory tumor which is caused by the human papillomavirus. The most common way in which to present the patients with laryngeal papillomas. Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis is most common in the larynx as Larynxpapillom on. can laryngeal papillomas occur at any age, but are most commonly aged 1 to 4 years. You can recur after treatment, perform malignant transformation and /…

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Renal Atheroembolie

Atheroembolie denotes the closure of renal arterioles by atherosclerotic emboli, leading to a progressive kidney damage. The emboli originating from ruptured atheromatous plaques. The symptoms are similar to those of kidney failure. There may be symptoms and findings of an extensive arterioembolischen disease. The diagnosis is made by renal biopsy. The long-term prognosis is poor in general. The treatment aims to prevent further embolism. Atheromatous plaque rupture resulting usually from…

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Red Eye

(Pink eye) Under a red eye means a red appearance of the open eye that reflects an extension of the superficial Okulargefäße. Pathophysiology is an extension of the superficial Okulargefäße resulting from infection allergic inflammation (infectious) elevated intraocular pressure (less häuig) Several ocular components may be involved, most often the conjunctiva, but also the uvea, the episclera and the sclera. Etiology The most common causes of red eye include Infectious…

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