Burnout syndrome

Used to describe the symptoms of physical and emotional overstrain, the term of burnout syndrome refers especially to the consequences of overworking. If in the past it was the harsh working conditions that overworked a person (overcrowded, ill-ventilated and poorly-lit rooms; very low or very high temperatures; rude tools and equipment etc., nowadays it is…

Cerebelar syndrome

Cerebellar syndromes define a complex of symptoms associated to a patological condition caused usually by damage to the cerebellum or to the spinocerebellar tracts. Part of the central nervous system, the cerebellum is located in the posterior cranial fossa, behind the brainstem. It is involved in coordination of movement, muscle tonus management and maintenance of…

Atention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD

Hyperkinetic syndrome or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder covers a number of behavior disorders manifested mainly in childhood, before the age of seven. It may occur in adult life, too, against the background of a conflictual situation, professional reorientation or other related difficulties, very severe emotional traumas or injuries; stressful or frustrating situations, things that require…

Meniere’s disease

Treatment of Meniere’s disease attempts to reduce the pressure in the internal ear by regulating the endolymph circulation, so that the vestibular functions could be carried out within normal parameters. In advanced stages, the physician acts at cerebral level by specific acupuncture procedures for a correct reading of the information about balance and for the…

Polycystic ovarian syndrome

Polycystic ovarian syndrome defines a female endocrine disorder manifested by irregular menstruation or amenorrhea (abnormal suppression or absence of menstruation), abnormal vaginal bleeding, sterility, hirsutism (excessive and increased hair growth), baldness, acne, fat complexion, cutaneous pigmentation, obesity, metabolic disorders (especially resistant toinsulin and diabetes) and cardio-vascular complications (of which the most frequent is hypertension). The…

Ankylosing spondylitis

The treatments employed allow the functional recovery of the patient suffering from ankylosing spondylitis by arresting the inflammatory process and restoring the articular deformities. Thus, the symptoms are reduced and completely neutralized. A special treatment is required in ankylosing spondylitis to prevent the complete loss of spine mobility, which would render the patient unable of…

Cervical spondylosis

The pressure exerted upon the bone marrow and the spinal nerves triggers a number of specific symptoms: pains in the area of the shoulders and of the neck that may iradiate towards shoulders stiffness in the cervical area migraines; sub occipital and occipital pains (the vertebral arteries irrigating the cerebellum with blood are located in…

Infertility

 Infertility is a condition affecting men and women’s capacity to conceive or women’s incapacity to carry a pregnancy to term. The sterility diagnosis may be ascertained as a result of specialty analyses. Couples who have had unprotected sexual activity longer than a year without any ovule to be fecundate should take this tests. There are…

Stimulating childrens imunity

In order to assure a harmonious development of a child, his body must be prepared to fight viruses and bacteria in the surrounding environment, especially before joining a community: kindergarten, preschool, school etc. As far as children are concerned, it is recommended that they should undergo stimulation and fortification cures at the beginning of each…

Stress

The events with an average or positive factor of stress (eustress) forge and vitalize the body; they engage a person’s all resources into carrying out a task or in surpassing a difficult situation. They stimulate the person’s capacity to adapt to the effort that it takes to attain a goal and to achieve an objective;…