Anemia

The term “anemia” is used in medicine to define the incapacity of the red blood cells of carrying properly the oxygen through the human body. This blood disorder occurs because the hemoglobin molecule is unable to carry and release the oxygen molecules, as result of certain more serious diseases or because of factors generating an…

Alzheimer

Excesses of any kind, including alimentary excess and an erratic lifestyle, damage the brain tissue and in time trigger functional disorders which affect the anatomical structure. At cerebral level, two of the most common diseases are dementia and Alzheimer. Alzheimer is the most severe form of dementia; it develops pathological alterations in the hypothalamic area…

Vertebral disorders

Vertebral disorders, especially lumbar sciatica are also common in our days’ society. The Darwinian theory defines human evolution as the transition from the quadrupedal walk to another system of movement, respectively the bipedal one. The transition to this movement system and to this new existence was paid dearly, because the support of the body weight was…

Skin diseases

Skin is the thin layer of tissue covering the body. The skin is exposed to the surrounding environment and it communicates with the body, consequently it reacts both to external and internal infections. Because of that, the skin is affected in various ways, developing acne, for instance, which consists of smaller or bigger pimples caused…

Digestive disease II

Irritable bowel disease develops in 30% of the Earth’s population. It is characterized by persistent and serious constipation, diarrhea but also by spasms, pains, inflammations and aerocolia. In its more serious forms, there are mucus and blood discharges, and persistence of  high body temperature. Irritable bowel disease may also be caused bycandida, parasites and  other…

Digestive disease I

Studies in gastroenterology have shown that lack of a proper food regime shows unconcern for our own health. Consequently, taking also in consideration the continuous action of the many harmful factors upon the body, our entire digestive system may become a source of hidden diseases with continuously active focuses. A digestive apparatus that does not…

Cardiovascular disease

Cardiovascular diseases affect a large part of Earth’s population.  There is a wide range of factors that cause them. Anything that affects the inner wall of the blood vessels and impedes the transmission of the oxygen and the nutrients to the heart may be identified as a risk factor. The initial harmful agents in every…

Pituitary adenoma

The pituitary adenoma is a benign neoplasm of the pituitary gland. Until recently it used to be quite a rare disease, but lately the detected cases have greatly increased in number. The explanation for this phenomenon may be the growth of the radiation level in our life environment, radiations that affect our endocrine system, too.…

Prostate adenoma

Also called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), prostate adenoma is a male disease affecting most men over the age of 50. It causes an abnormal enlargement of the prostate, a gland located under the urinary bladder and which surrounds the urethra. The pathological alteration in the prostate size is benign. Cancerous formations of the prostate are…

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a complex system of diagnosing, treatment and prevention of diseases. It holds a special place among traditional therapies. Many theories try to explain the mechanisms by which acupuncture helps the human body regenerate and heal itself, in a miraculous way in most of the cases. However, there is no connection between its principles…