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Everything There Is To Know About Soft Tissue Injuries

Whether you are physically active, an athlete, or just clumsy, you might have to deal with an injury at some point in your life....
symptoms of a stress fracture

Signs And Symptoms Of A Stress Fracture

A stress fracture is a thin crack in your bone that occurs due to repetitive impact and overuse. Initially, you may have minor pain when you use that body part for any activity. This will ease off when you rest. Over time, the pain will start developing much earlier each time and worsen. There will also be pain when you touch the area of fracture. You may also see swelling and redness.
Excessive coughing can cause more problems in the body.

4 Effects Of Excessive Coughing You Should Be Aware Of

Coughing is an automatic response that is designed to protect the lungs from irritating or damaging substances. The reflex action involves rapid inhalation, closing...
Hip pain can be caused by injuries

5 Injuries You Did Not Know Can Cause Hip Pain

Hip pain is usually caused by an injury and your groin, back, thigh, or knee may also hurt. A common cause is groin and hamstring strains, which happen when the muscle is overworked. Other injuries include hip fractures, bursitis, or inflammation of the sacs that cushion the bones. In piriformis syndrome, a muscle may cause hip pain by pressing against the sciatic nerve. Rest, ice, and exercise will treat most of these injuries.

8 Most Common Walking And Running Injuries

Walking and running though considered as the safest forms of physical activity, can cause some injuries. Plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinopathy, shin splints, runner's knee, muscle pull, stress fracture, ITB syndrome, and lower back pain are some of them. When untreated, these can lead to further complications.

7 Common Dental Diseases In Cats

Good oral health is the key to good overall health in both humans and animals. Because animals make use of their teeth so often,...

7 Reasons Your Fingers Are Swollen

Inflammation of the joints (arthritis) and tendons (tenosynovitis) can make the fingers swell up. Fluid may also accumulate in the tissues from working out, summer heat, and high salt intake. Swollen fingers can happen during exercise, since blood flow moves away from the fingers. Even repetitive movements like typing can irritate the fingers. If you’ve hurt your hand, swelling might indicate a fracture. But if you have a cut that won’t heal, you could have a bacterial skin infection.

Osteoporosis And Spinal Fractures

Spinal fractures due to osteoporosis are on the rise. Here are some measures to strengthen the weakened bones, thus making your spine more supple and flexible.

Prevent Osteoporosis With Exercise, Nutrition, And Ayurveda

Osteoporosis is a disease marked by reduced bone strength leading to fragile bones and with an increased susceptibility to fracture. This condition is closely...
Foods to heal broken bones

9 Essential Foods To Heal Bone Fractures Faster

If you've broken a bone, eat a high-calorie diet rich in calcium and protein – like milk and meat – the building blocks for the bone. Eat citrus fruits to reduce inflammation and vitamin D foods like eggs and fatty fish to absorb calcium better. Eat fruits like apricot and prunes for potassium, oysters for zinc, and red meat for iron, all of which speed healing. Skip alcohol and coffee till you recover fully.
Fragility Fracture Could Be A Sign Of Osteoporosis

Fragility Fracture Could Be A Sign Of Osteoporosis

According to experts, people suffering from fragility fracture may be at risk for osteoporosis. It is medically referred to as broken bone that’s caused by a fall. Doctors say that a healthy person can normally sustain a fall from standing and not have a fracture of any type. So any fracture indicates an underlying bone disorder, like osteoporosis or osteopenia.
Fractures: First Aid And How To Live With It

Fractures: First Aid And How To Live With It

All fractures need medical attention. First, stop the bleeding by applying pressure. Immobilize the injured area. Apply ice packs to limit swelling and pain. After the treatment, resting on the couch will not accelerate the healing process. It's better to walk slowly using a cane or a walker. Being physically active and eating healthy will help you heal better and faster.