What is autism? Autism is much more common than we think. Almost 1 in 100 people have a problem of autism that’s why 700,000 have been affected with this disease in the UK alone. Autism is a developmental disorder that affects our way of communication with others and affects the ways we make sense about the world around us. Lots of things that people take for granted like body language and metaphors can be confusing and alienating for us. Autism is a spectrum condition so whilst we all share certain difficulties, our autism will affect it in different ways. Some are affected by it at university, in doing a job and some suffer with it for a whole life. Asperger’s Syndrome Asperger’s syndrome is one form of autism.People with Asperger's syndrome are often of average or above average intelligence. They have fewer problems with speech but may still have difficulties with understanding and processing language. For people who suffer from autism , the world can be a confusing mass of pe

postpartum hernia, umibilical hernia

 What is a hernia? The body goes through a lot of changes during pregnancy but in most cases after delivery, these changes go away with the passage of time and you regain your body shape but some stay for a while. After the delivery, it's normal to have a bulge on the lower side of the belly button but if you feel some bulge on the upper side of the belly button this means you have a postpartum hernia. Hernias are not rare and do not show biases between demographics but postpartum hernias are a bit rarer although they are not very common. Types of hernia These are the following types of hernias described below: Ventral hernia A ventral hernia occurs right above the belly button and in the middle of the abdomen. Inguinal hernia An inguinal hernia occurs further down in the pubic region, it usually occurs as a result of the pressure on the groin region during pregnancy. Umbilical hernia Another common area for a postpartum hernia is the belly button this is known as an umbilical hern

Alopecia Areata

 What is alopecia areata? Normally we lose up to 100 hairs from our scalp every day which is normal and in most people, it regrows again but many people lose hair as they grow older. You can also lose hair due to some diseases such as thyroid, diabetes. If you have a certain disease like cancer then due to chemotherapy you lose your hair. Due to stress, lack of protein in our diet, and family background.  Alopecia areata is a medical disorder that causes the loss of hairs in small patches. It is an autoimmune disease that attacks the hair follicles and attacks the growth of the hair. They are mostly in the circle or oval shape but they can be any other shape. Mostly it affects our scalp but it can occur in any part of our body that has hairs. Causes of alopecia areata This disease is due to the attack of the immune system on the hair follicles. The number of lost hairs varies from person to person, in some people it causes the loss of some hairs or patches but in fewer cases, it causes

Kidney stone

Follow my blog with Bloglovin   Kidney stone The solid crystal mass found in the kidney is known as kidney stones. The kidney stones develop anywhere around the kidney like kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra in the body. The pain of the kidney stones is the worst feeling of the medical. There are different types of stones that develop in the body. Following explained term by term. Cystine The cystine develops in both men or women, The cause of the cystine is the genetic disorder of cystinuria. The good thing is that cystine is very rarely found in humans. By this stone cystine naturally presents acid leak from the kidneys into the urine which causes the pain. Uric Acid This stone develops in the body that has an excess of uric acid in body like a patient of gout or another excess of uric acid. This stone is found commonly in men and women. When someone takes purines which increases the acidic level of the urine. The increase of the acidic level of uric acid helps in devel


Follow my blog with Bloglovin   Periodontitis Gum diseases are also known as periodontitis. It damages the tissue which is near to teeth, if you do not give treatment then infection also infects the bones of the teeth which provide support to the teeth. In the end, your teeth are loose in front of you and you will do nothing. Periodontitis is highly avoidable by doing some things like brushing the teeth twice a day Get a regular dental check-up enhance the chances of improvement Getting flossing daily. What are the symptoms of periodontitis? Following are the symptoms of periodontitis : Color of gums(dusky red , purplish gums, bright red) Feel pain when gums touched Swallowing of gums Gums bleeding very easily without something touch Bleeding start during brushing the teeth Pus produce between your teeth or gums A bad smell comes out from the mouth Spaces between your teeth The gums are gone from your teeth and your teeth look longer than normal During a bite, I feel pain in my gums o

Milia on eyelid

Follow my blog with Bloglovin   Milia Small white bumps that appear on the skin are known as milia. They develop on the different parts of the body under the surface of the skin. If they develop on the cheeks or on the eyelid then they do not look good. They are dangerous to the health but create problems to the look of the person. Milia are caused by clustering the keratin in the skin known as whiteheads. In this article, we will focus on how to treat the milia on the eyelid. Home treatment to remove the milia on the eyelids Following are methods to remove the milia at the home. These help in removing the milia, if you want to remove it otherwise no need for treatment. Use warm cloth Milia develop due to keratin and under the surface of the skin if we apply the warm cloth on it. The heat of the cloth helps in removing the dead cell of the skin and brings the keratin to the surface of the skin. At last, if keratin moves on the surface of the skin you can easily remove milia. Use steam

What is fungal acne, fungal acne treatment

  What is fungal acne? If you have pimples that do not go away whatever you do and that itches you, that’s mean you may be dealing with folliculitis pity rostrum or folliculitis to Malassezia folliculitis in Malassezia it is not at all the same as acne vulgaris and it is vital to distinguish acne vulgaris the true the one. We are talking about a lot involves the development of bacteria folliculitis Malassezia it involves the development of a yeast Malassezia it is not technically acne but a fungus and that makes all the difference no matter what you call it. It is usually due to an excessive yeast called Malassezia which is in the same biological classification as fungi in hair follicles in addition fungal acne can be contagious. Because it's a yeast and yeast tends to spread with this in mind it is possible that fungal acne is passed into others. How does fungal acne differ from other forms of acne?  Well, fungal acne is not acne at all psych nurse says it's really an infecti