When your vision becomes cloudy or foggy, usually due to aging, you can suspect that you are having an eye cataract. The primary effect of cataract is blurred vision. So, what is cataract and how does it develop? The word cataract is derived from Latin word “cataracta” which means waterfall. It is metaphorically used in modern English for its blurring effect on the eye.
With increasing research and new findings in medicine there is a universal rise in the Western nations of alternative medicine. In the Eastern part of the world, namely the Orient, some forms of alternative medicine has been practiced for many centuries. Part of this trend growing in the West may be due to the growth of medical education among people as well as the increased amount of travels by many people to different countries and regions. There are also more literature on such topic today and medical societies specializing in different forms of alternative medicine are now available.
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With growing affluence and advancement in medicine, you would think that people are likely to be healthier than before. The irony is, we are not getting healthier, and with an ageing population, the situation is getting worse. Apart from the acute diseases such as cancer and cardiac failures, we are suffering increasingly from chronic illnesses due to a variety of factors – sedentary lifestyle (lack of exercise in other words), unhealthy diet, stress and environmental pollution. Acute and chronic diseases are affecting not just the middle-aged and senior folks, but the younger people these days are not spared these health problems. And some of them are walking time-bombs waiting to explode any time.
Our human body is an intelligent piece of mechanism that is able to function on its own and yet it requires each organ to carry out its own special role.
As the human body is not a machine, it is natural that it need to rest. It can only happens when we are asleep. As such we must not neglect it by failing to have proper or sufficient rest or they will crumble and cause health challenges.
Everyone knows that the human body needs a certain amount of vitamins and minerals daily in order to function properly and remain healthy. A well balanced diet do supply your body with the vitamins it needs but if there is a lack of it, problems and disorders will arise. That is when your body starts showing signs of discomfort and what’s-not.
For people who do not get enough of nutrients in their body, they probably will lack vitamins and as a result they feel tired easily or they experience loss of appetite. More severe symptoms could involve mental and emotional stress, chapped lips, and other irritable or painful sensations.