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How to treat muscle tightness

Tightness of the muscles is common among adults both who exercise regularly and those who do not. Being hydrated properly helps in preventing muscle tightness and is essential for proper functioning of the body. Depending on the cause of tightness of the muscle, there are several ways in order to prevent or minimize the severity of the condition and if the symptoms persists or very severe seek medical help ...

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Treating concussion headaches

A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that alters the way the brain functions and the effects include headaches, difficulty in concentration, balance, coordination and memory. Concussions are caused by a blow to the head or when the head and upper body are violently shaken. [su_youtube url=""][/su_youtube] Post-concussi ...

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Management of rheumatoid arthritis of the fingers

Arthritis is the inflammation of one or more joints along with pain and stiffness which becomes worse with age. There are two common types of arthritis - osteoarthritis and the rheumatoid arthritis. [su_youtube url=""][/su_youtube] Arthritis of the hand, wrist and fingers makes simple tasks such as opening a jar or turning ...

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How to manage a fainting victim

Fainting is a sudden and brief loss of consciousness and when people faint or pass out, they fall down and some can recover quickly. You have to be prepared to help out a fainting individual. This is possible by enrolling in a first aid class today. [su_youtube url=""][/su_youtube] A person experiencing fainting episodes c ...

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First aid for black eye

A black eye is caused by bleeding that occurs under the skin surrounding the eye. The injury can sometimes it indicate intensive damage, possibly a fracture to the skull especially when the area found around both eyes is discolored or the individual sustained a head injury. [su_youtube url=""][/su_youtube] Some cases are n ...

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Care for swollen ankles during pregnancy

Swollen ankles and feet typically occur after standing and walking for extended periods of time. On the other hand, ankles and feet that continue to swell can be caused by certain underlying health conditions. [su_youtube url=""][/su_youtube] Swelling of the ankles and feet during pregnancy is normal, but an excessive swel ...

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