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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Bacterial diseases include any type of illness caused by bacteria. Bacteria are a type of microorganism, which are tiny forms of life that can only be seen with a microscope. Other types of microorganisms include viruses, some fungi, and some parasites. Millions of bacteria normally live on the skin, in the intestines, and on the genitalia. The vast majority of bacteria do not cause disease, and many bacteria are actually helpful and even necessary for good health. These bacteria are sometimes referred to as “good bacteria” or “healthy bacteria.” Harmful bacteria that cause bacterial infections and disease are called pathogenic bacteria. Bacterial diseases occur when pathogenic bacteria get into the body and begin to reproduce and crowd out healthy bacteria, or to grow in tissues that are normally sterile. Harmful bacteria may also emit toxins that damage the body. Common pathogenic bacteria and the types of bacterial diseases they cause include: * Escherichia coli and Salmonella cause food poisoning. * Helicobacter pylori cause gastritis and ulcers. * Neisseria meningitidis causes meningitis. * Staphylococcus aureus causes a variety of infections in the body, including boils, cellulitis, abscesses, wound infections, toxic shock syndrome, pneumonia, and food poisoning. * Streptococcal bacteria cause a variety of infections in the body, including pneumonia, meningitis, ear infections, and strep throat. Bacterial diseases are contagious and can result in many serious or life-threatening complications, such as blood poisoning (bacteremia), kidney failure, and toxic shock syndrome.
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Lead can affect almost every organ and system in your body. Children six years old and younger are most susceptible to the effects of lead. Children Even low levels of lead in the blood of children can result in: * Behavior and learning problems * Lower IQ and Hyperactivity * Slowed growth * Hearing Problems * Anemia In rare cases, ingestion of lead can cause seizures, coma and even death. Pregnant Women Lead can accumulate in our bodies over time, where it is stored in bones along with calcium. During pregnancy, lead is released from bones as maternal calcium and is used to help form the bones of the fetus. This is particularly true if a woman does not have enough dietary calcium. Lead can also cross the placental barrier exposing the fetus the lead. This can result in serious effects to the mother and her developing fetus, including: * Reduced growth of the fetus * Premature birth Other Adults Lead is also harmful to other adults. Adults exposed to lead can suffer from: * Cardiovascular effects, increased blood pressure and incidence of hypertension * Decreased kidney function * Reproductive problems (in both men and women)
3 Apr 2017
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4 Apr 2017
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7 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 For such a little gland, the prostate seems to cause a lot of concern. Like a troubled, war-torn country, it's in the news all the time and something always seems to be going wrong there, but you don't really know where it is or why it's important. All men are at risk for prostate problems. That's because all men have a prostate. Take a look at this overview of prostate problems to assess your risk for trouble with your prostate. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). BPH, also known as an enlarged prostate, is growth of the prostate gland to an unhealthy size. A man's chances of having BPH go up with age: * Age 31-40: one in 12 * Age 51-60: about one in two * Over age 80: more than eight in 10 However, only about half of men ever have BPH symptoms that need treatment. BPH does not lead to prostate cancer, although both are common in older men. Prostate Cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men (besides skin cancer). About one man in six will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. Let's keep these numbers in perspective, though. Because prostate cancer is usually slow growing, only about one in 35 men will die of prostate cancer. Like BPH, the risk for prostate cancer increases with age. About two out of every three men with prostate cancer are over age 65. No one knows exactly what causes prostate cancer, but risk factors associated with it include: * Family history. Having a father or brother with prostate cancer more than doubles your risk. * Race. African-American men are more likely to get prostate cancer than Caucasians, and the cancer is usually more advanced when discovered. African-American men and men with a family history of prostate cancer usually begin prostate cancer screening at an earlier age than Caucasian men who do not have prostate cancer in their family history.
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Do you suffer from chronic health problems and have yet to find the answers you seek? If you feel that you have been searching for answers for far too long, you are not alone. You may already be doing everything you can think of to keep yourself healthy. You stick to your organic diet. You get as much exercise as you can tolerate. You meditate. You take your daily supplements. You take time for yourself. As far as you can tell, you’re doing everything right, and yet, your symptoms persist. Fatigue. Migraine headaches. Joint pain. Brain fog. Sluggishness. Inflammation. Constipation and other digestive disturbances. Susceptibility to infections. Nervousness and anxiety. Insomnia. Poor memory. Yeast and bacterial overgrowth. Skin eruptions. Attentional deficits. Mood dysregulation. Sadly, these types of symptoms are becoming more and more commonplace. If you suffer from any one of these on a regular basis, odds are you have been to countless health professionals, scoured the internet, and read everything you can get your hands on, awaiting relief that never comes, or lasts only a short while. You may even have been told that it’s “all in your head,” that it’s “hormonal,” or “it’s just stress.” Yet as your symptoms continue, you keep asking yourself “What have I missed? Why does my body still feel this way?” In this modern era, we are bombarded by toxins of every kind imaginable. Our bodies are subjected to an onslaught of dangerous chemicals on a daily basis from things like air pollution, plastics, and industrial cleaning agents, not to mention the thousands of new chemicals introduced into our environment every year. Toxins also saturate our water reservoirs, fall down from the sky, and hide out in our homes and workplaces. This has become an unfortunate reality of modern life. However, if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, there’s a good chance that a particular class of toxins are to blame.
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Symptoms of bacterial diseases vary depending on the type of bacterial infection, the area of the body that is infected, and other factors, such as the patient’s age and health history. The symptoms of bacterial diseases can also resemble symptoms of other diseases, such as colitis, influenza, and viral infections. The classic symptom of a bacterial infection is a fever, although not all people with a bacterial infection will have a fever. Bacterial disease symptoms can include: * Bloody urine and painful, frequent urination * Diarrhea * Flu-like symptoms (fatigue, fever, sore throat, headache, cough, aches and pains) * Irritability * Nausea and vomiting * Pain such as joint, ear or abdominal pain * Rashes, lesions and abscesses * tiff neck * Weakness In infants, signs of a bacterial disease can also include: * Bulging of the soft spot on the top of the head * Difficulty with feeding * Excessive crying or fussiness * Excessive sleepiness Serious symptoms that might indicate a life-threatening condition In some cases, bacterial diseases can result in serious or life-threatening complications, such as sepsis or kidney failure. Seek immediate medical care (call 911) if you, or someone you are with, have any of the following symptoms: * Confusion or delirium * Deep, wet chest cough that produces yellow, green or brownish phlegm * Difficulty breathing, wheezing or shortness of breath * High fever (higher than 101 degrees) * Inappropriate change in alertness or level of consciousness * Infants: sunken fontanel (soft spot) on the top of the head, lethargy, no tears with crying, and few or no wet diapers * Lethargy or unresponsiveness * Not urinating or urinating small amounts of tea-colored urine * Seizure
11 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Antibiotics are the main course of treatment for this condition. They’re usually taken for four to six weeks. However, because the infection can return, you may need to take antibiotics for 12 weeks or longer. Your doctor will schedule a follow-up exam once you’ve finished treatment to ensure that the infection is completely gone. It may take six months to a year for symptoms to go away completely. In the meantime, certain home remedies may be able to ease your symptoms. Home remedies include: * warm baths * drinking 64 to 128 ounces of water per day * using stool softeners to avoid constipation * avoiding alcohol, caffeine, citrus juices, and hot and spicy food * medications to treat pain You may need additional treatment in the following rare cases: * If you’re unable to urinate, a healthcare provider will insert a tube called a catheter to empty your bladder. * If you have an abscess, your doctor will drain it. * If you develop sepsis, you’ll get intensive antibiotic therapy and you’ll need to stay in the hospital for treatment. * If you have stones, or mineral deposits, in your prostate, your doctor may need to remove your prostate. This is very rare.
11 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Candida skin infections can occur on almost any area of the body, but they are more commonly found in intertriginous regions. This is where two skin areas touch or rub together. Such areas include the armpits, groin, and skin folds, as well as the area between your fingers and toes. The fungus thrives in warm, moist, and sweaty conditions. Normally, your skin acts as an effective barrier against infection. However, any cuts or breakdown in the superficial layers of the skin may allow the fungus to cause infection. Candida becomes pathogenic, or capable of causing disease, when conditions are favorable for it to multiply. Hot and humid weather, poor hygiene, or restrictive clothing may produce these conditions. These aren’t the only risk factors to consider. Candida infections also tend to be more prevalent in: * infants * people who are overweight * people with diabetes * people with an underactive thyroid gland, or hypothyroidism * people with inflammatory disorders * people with a weakened immune system * people working in wet conditions * pregnant women Certain medications may also increase the risk for this type of fungal infection. Topical corticosteroid medications are the most problematic, but birth control pills and antibiotics are other possible causes. If you take these types of medications, you should monitor your skin regularly for signs of candida infection.
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Here are some examples of non-cancer prostate problems Benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH, means your prostate is enlarged, but is not cancerous. It is very common in older men. An enlarged prostate may make it very difficult to urinate or cause dribbling after you urinate. You may feel the need to urinate a lot, often at night. See your family doctor for an exam. Treatments for BPH include: Watchful waiting, also called active surveillance. If your symptoms are not too bad, your doctor may tell you to wait before starting any treatment to see if the problem gets worse. Your doctor will tell you how often you need to return for checkups. You can start treatment later if your symptoms worsen. Medications. There are medicines that can help shrink the prostate or help relax muscles near your prostate to ease your symptoms. Talk with your doctor about possible side effects. Surgery. If nothing else has worked, your doctor may suggest surgery to help urine flow. There are many types of BPH surgery. Talk with your doctor about the risks. Regular checkups are important after surgery. Other treatments. Sometimes radio waves, microwaves, or lasers are used to treat urinary problems caused by BPH. These methods use different kinds of heat to reduce extra prostate tissue. Acute bacterial prostatitis usually starts suddenly from a bacterial infection. It can cause fever, chills, or pain. It might hurt when you urinate, or you may see blood in your urine. See your doctor right away. He or she can prescribe medicine to make you feel better. Chronic bacterial prostatitis is an infection that comes back again and again. This is a rare problem that can be hard to treat. Sometimes taking antibiotics for a long time may work. Talk with your doctor about other things you can do to help you feel better. Chronic prostatitis, also called Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome CPPS, is a common prostate problem. It can cause pain in the low
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