This set of weekly health news focuses on the benefits of essential oils in treating sleep apnea as well as the causes, symptoms, and treatment of red diarrhea, incomplete bowel movement, nonvalvular atrial fibrillation, and latissimus dorsi pain.
Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder where sleep is disturbed due to breathing problems, often resulting in less oxygen reaching the brain. Traditional treatment involves surgery and the use of devices while sleeping. This week’s article tells us how essential oils can be therapeutic in treating sleep apnea.
Red diarrhea is a symptom of an underlying problem such as a viral infection, a disease, a bad lifestyle choice, or a side-effect of medication.
Incomplete bowel movement is the sensation of residue left in the bowels after they have been emptied.
Nonvalvular atrial fibrillation is a medical term referring to irregular heart rhythms, which are not caused by problems of the heart valves.
The latissimus dorsi is a large muscle in the back that helps control shoulder movement. Latissimus dorsi pain is usually caused by strain or injuries to this muscle.
The following articles provide more detailed information on these conditions.
Diarrhea is generally a sign that something is going on internally. But if you start to see red diarrhea, it could be a cause for panic. Stool is typically brown in color and shaped like a log. Diarrhea, on the other hand, is loose and can occur quite suddenly.
The color of your diarrhea can help provide valuable insight as to the possible cause. This article will cover everything about red diarrhea including its causes, symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, and how to treat it. Continue reading…
Essential oils for sleep apnea can be used to help control the symptoms of this potentially dangerous disorder. Sleep apnea affects nearly 40 percent of North American adults. It’s a potentially serious condition that causes brief interruptions in breathing while the person is asleep. These interruptions or pauses can occur multiple times throughout the night and last anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes. One of the biggest repercussions of suffering from sleep apnea is that it can lead to chronic fatigue and other physical and mental ailments.
Pauses in breathing or shallow breaths can suddenly jolt a person awake in the middle of the night, making it difficult to resume sleep. This usually comes in the form of a loud snore or snort, which interrupts the sleep of the person suffering from sleep apnea and anyone else in their vicinity. Continue reading…
Tenesmus or rectal tenesmus, as it is often called, is associated with incomplete bowel movements. Tenesmus can be painful and leave a sufferer confused about what is happening to their body. Here, we look at what causes tenesmus, tenesmus symptoms, and how to address the condition.
A tenesmus definition is simply a feeling of not being able to empty the large bowel, even if there is nothing left to expel. When someone is diagnosed with this condition, it is common to be confused and ask, what is tenesmus? Most people are familiar with the term diarrhea or constipation, but tenesmus isn’t a widely discussed phenomenon. Continue reading…
There are a number of different factors that contribute to nonvalvular atrial fibrillation. Quick treatment of nonvalvular atrial fibrillation is important because it can prevent a stroke from occurring. Here we will look at the causes and treatment options.
Just what is nonvalvular atrial fibrillation? To understand the condition, you need to understand the heart. Atrial refers to the atria, which are the top two chambers of the heart. Fibrillation is the quick and irregular tightening of muscle fibers, and the word valvular is a term used to describe the heart valves that allow blood in and out of the heart. An irregular heart rhythm in the upper chambers of the heart that is due to a fault with the heart valves is the simplest nonvalvular atrial fibrillation definition. Continue reading…
Latissimus dorsi pain is a discomfort in one of the largest muscles in the back and is often referred to as lat muscle strain. Our lats have a large V shape and span the width of the back, helping to control movement of the shoulders. So, what causes latissimus dorsi muscle pain and how do you treat it? Read on to find out.
The latissimus dorsi muscle is connected to your spine, hipbone, and upper arm bone. You use this muscle for a lot of daily activities. When you get up from sitting and push the arms of a chair to stand up, you are using latissimus dorsi muscles. If you go to the gym and lift weights or do chest presses, you are using also using them. Continue reading…