Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure oi-Shivangi Karn By Shivangi Karn on April 29, 2021 Blood clotting is recognised as one of the COVID-19 complications often seen in moderately ill patients who have been hospitalised for the condition. Blood thinners are medications that are used to prevent excessive blood clots from forming. Though blood clots or coagulation is necessary to prevent us from excessive blood loss due to injury of blood vessels, in conditions such as COVID-19 when there is no injury, high levels of clotting factors in the blood of severe COVID-19 patients can increase the risk of heart diseases, thus obstructing blood supply to the lungs and causing lung dysfunctions.  In this article, we will discuss how blood thinners are essential to boost survival rates in coronavirus patients. Also, we will discuss some food sources which are natural blood thinners. Take a look. COVID-19: Why … [Read more...] about COVID-19 And Blood Thinners: How Do They Help Increase Survival Rates In Critical COVID-19 Patients?
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A part of motherhood is the constant worrying about the little one, from the moment a mum conceives. This is what actress Sheila Sim discovered after giving birth to her firstborn. “I thought I was fearless until I became a mom. The number of things that can scare me [is] endless,” captioned Sheila, alongside an image of a blood-stained tissue posted on Instagram Story. Actress Sheila Sim on motherhood The newly minted mum shared that she was giving her daughter Layla a massage when the little one suddenly regurgitated blood. Not knowing what it was, Sheila said the incident “scare[d] the shit out of [her]”, though she later found out that the blood came from her nipples. In a separate Instagram post , Sheila wrote that the worries and anxiety of a mother can be difficult for a husband to fully understand, no matter how much he tries. “I agree, we worry way too much and worry way ahead of ourselves. But I guess that’s just how mothers are,” she reflected. “I accept … [Read more...] about Sheila Sim’s baby regurgitated blood, she says: ‘I thought I was fearless, until I became a mom’
Source: iMore What you need to know A future Apple Watch could be capable of measuring blood sugar levels and blood pressure. Apple is working with a UK company that has sensors capable of measuring such things. A future Apple Watch could be able to measure a user's blood sugar level as well as their blood pressure via a noninvasive method thanks to specialist sensors created by a UK startup. Rockley Photonics already has sensors similar to those used on the back of Apple Watches sold around the world, but it's also working on something that's much more capable, according to a Gadgets and Wearables report. Rockley Photonics lists Apple as one of its biggest customers. The light on the underside of a smartwatch probes under the skin where it is scattered by blood vessels and cells and the interstitial fluid in between. The reflected light is analyzed by the wearable to capture info such as heart rate and heart rate variability. Red LED is used to gather info … [Read more...] about A future Apple Watch could offer blood sugar and pressure measurements
A MUM lost her leg after it "exploded" following a freak accident in a supermarket car park. Helen Way overstepped a curb while out shopping and had to have surgery and metal plates to fix the break. But the 49-year-old’s nightmare didn’t stop after the surgery and she developed an infection that led to life-threatening sepsis. Helen, who is a mum-of-one from Trowbridge in Wiltshire, said doctors tried to save her leg by carrying out 12 surgeries but eventually came to the conclusion that it was “too damaged”. Former business owner Helen said: “It was a freak accident as my knee broke in half from overstepping in November 2019. “The doctor said I did a ‘spectacular job’ as I needed plates and screws to repair it. “I spent 10 days in hospital but when I was discharged, I noticed the scar was weeping." Helen was prescribed pain killers as her leg began to experience burning sensations. On December 13, she alerted medics during a fracture appointment about her … [Read more...] about I felt a pop and sudden release as my leg ‘EXPLODED’ oozing pus and blood after missing the curb
The popular debate between CBG vs. CBD has become popular among customers. As CBD gains more prominence in the medical world, researchers are gradually developing an interest in the chemical properties, functions, and influence of other cannabinoids such as CBG, CBC, CBE, and many more. The cannabis plant contains not less than 144 different cannabinoids. Though most of these cannabinoids might not make it to the end product, cannabidiol is always accompanied by cannabigerol in most full-spectrum CBD products. Hence, it is natural to be curious about the similarities and differences between CBD and CBG. What is CBG? Like CBD, CBG is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid. It won’t get you high when imbibed. It reduces the intoxicating effect of THC. CBGA can be found in large amounts at the hemp plant’s juvenile phase, but the CBD compounds reduce as the plant matures. A fully mature hemp plant contains 1% cannabigerol. The conversion process starts with a 2-carboxylic form of … [Read more...] about CBG vs. CBD: Everything You Need to Know