Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a mental condition where the brain and central
nervous system experience growth and development related issues. The condition usually
begins in childhood, progressing into adulthood. Medical scientists are yet to
get to know the real causes of ADHD. However, various studies have linked it to
genetics, brain chemical imbalance, toxins like lead, low birth weight,
premature birth, and brain injury. ADHD has also been linked to poor
development of a child’s brain due to smoking, drinking, substance abuse,
infections, and poor nutrition during pregnancy. ADHD is more common in boys
Symptoms of ADHD
Children with ADHD exhibit
hyperactivity, lack of attention and impulsivity with the following symptoms
lack of attention, disorganization, forgetfulness, the child is easily
distracted, the child is always on the go and has trouble sitting still, also,
the child talks excessively and interrupts others. Symptoms change as a …
fibrillation (AFib or AF) is a health condition where a
patient has abnormal heart rhythms where their heart usually beats faster which
prevent blood from moving to the ventricles effectively. In a healthy
individual, the two upper chambers of their heart (the atria) contract and
relax in coordination with the two lower chambers (the ventricles).
Fibrillation increases the risk of heart-related
illnesses and other conditions. AF can make the
heart eject a blood clot which can cause heart failure or stroke, or the clot
can travel to the lungs and legs causing Pulmonary Embolism (PE) and Deep Vein
Thrombosis (DVT) respectively.
Fibrillation is one of the most common causes of
strokes accounting for about 15-20% of all strokes in America. If you have
other health conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, vascular disease,
mini-stroke, there is a higher risk of getting a stroke …
What do you know about fitness? Do you have a personal routine? If you do, do you wish to improve upon it? Is what you’re doing working with your plan and goals? Are you sure you are doing things properly? If you cannot answer these questions confidently, look at the tips below.
Buy a body band. Investing in a body band can be a great investment for your regular workout routine. Body bands are easy to find in stores and inexpensive. You can use them in most of the exercises you already do. They add resistance to what you are already doing, allowing you to get more out of your workout.
When working out in the sun or heat, be sure to stay well hydrated. Dehydration can occur during any workout or during long stints in the sun or heat, so exercising in the sun greatly increases the risk. Drink …