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How Nutritional Counselling Can Help You to Achieve Your Health Goals?

How Nutritional Counselling Can Help You to Achieve Your Health Goals?

3 days ago
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Written by Maira Ahsan

Nutritional counselling is a process that helps patients learn about themselves, about their eating habits (as part of their total environment) and about methods of coping with their dietary problems. The purpose of counselling is to promote change in behaviour, and this requires both learning and motivation. In diabetic patients the purpose of nutritional counselling is to promote change from current to diabetic eating patterns.

How Motivational Strategies Helps to Improve Nutrition in Elderly Patients?

How Motivational Strategies Helps to Improve Nutrition in Elderly Patients?

4 days ago
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Written by Maira Ahsan
Motivation is important when setting goals, planning strategies to modify behavior, designing and giving advice, counseling others, and working through conflict situations. Motivation can be defined as something that causes a person to act or stimulates a person into action.
Must Know The Importance and Phases of Nutritional Care Process in Our Lives

Must Know The Importance and Phases of Nutritional Care Process in Our Lives

7 days ago
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Written by Maira Ahsan
Nutritional care, just like other aspects of treatment, involves understanding a patient's individual needs to form a basis for intervention (or counseling), monitoring the results of such intervention, and making necessary adjustments. Although each patient is an individual, it is possible to identify phases in the provision of nutritional care that will be common to all. 
Heart Failure:  Causes, Effects, and Implications

Heart Failure: Causes, Effects, and Implications

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Heart failure may be defined as the failure of the heart to pump blood normally. It embraces many different conditions that lead to a failure of the heart to expel its contents adequately. When the left atrial pressure is raised, and when edema occurs predominantly in the lungs, and when the heart failure is described as left-sided; when it occurs in the systemic circulation, it is described as congestive or right-sided.

 

Cerebrovascular Disease: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors and Treatment

Cerebrovascular Disease: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors and Treatment

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Strokes or brain damage may occur because of one of the following:

  • Bleeding due to a rapid rise in blood pressure, resulting in the rupture of a vessel.
Common Signs and Symptoms of Stroke in Geriatrics and Elderly - Young and Blissful

Common Signs and Symptoms of Stroke in Geriatrics and Elderly

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Written by Shabnam Shokoufi
If your loved one suffered a stroke, could you recognize it quickly? Do you know what to do?  Tha...
Know the Reasons for Stomach Cancer in the Elderly - Young and Blissful

Know the Reasons for Stomach Cancer in the Elderly

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Cancer of the stomach affects mainly middle-aged and elderly people and is more common among men than women. Its early diagnosis is difficult; this is particularly unfortunate as it can be permanently cured only by radical surgery before metastasis has occurred. Clearly the risk that the cancer will spread will increase according to the length of time before the diagnosis is confirmed.

This Nutritional Care  and Dietary Treatment Can Reduce the Risk of Peptic Ulcers In Elderly - Young and Blissful

This Nutritional Care and Dietary Treatment Can Reduce the Risk of Peptic Ulcers In Elderly

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Written by Maira Ahsan

In the past patients with peptic ulcers were given very restricted bland diets consisting of little else but milk, products containing milk, and carbohydrates, and they were advised to continue with such diets long after their original ulcers had healed. It was thought that these regimens would reduce the production of acid and it was not realized until recently that they were ineffective and could lead to under nourishment. It has now been demonstrated that patients with peptic ulcers who eat a mixed diet recover much more quickly then those who are maintained on a milk drip. Far from suppressing the secretion of acid, as was originally thought, it has now been shown that milk may increase it.

Peptic-Ulcer Disease: Diagnostic Treatment and Optimal Management in the Elderly - Young and Blissful

Peptic-Ulcer Disease: Diagnostic Treatment and Optimal Management in the Elderly

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Written by Maira Ahsan

The term ''peptic ulcer'' is used for an ulcer in any part of the GI tract that is exposed to secretions of gastric acid. Peptic ulcers are usually found in the stomach (gastric ulcers) and in the first part of the duodenum (duodenal ulcers) but they also occur in the lower part of the esophagus and in the distal part of the duodenum.

Cirrhosis; Causes, Effects, Implications, and Management - Young and Blissful

Cirrhosis; Causes, Effects, Implications, and Management

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Cirrhosis is the final stage of injury to the liver. It is characterized by fibrosis of the connective tissue and degeneration of the liver cells, impairing the function of the liver. The pathophysiological causes of cirrhosis are unknown, but it is commonly seen in people suffering from biliary obstructions, chronic hepatitis and other infections of the liver, malnutrition, and alcoholism.

Hepatitis Causes, Effects, Implications, and Management - Young and Blissful

Hepatitis Causes, Effects, Implications, and Management

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Hepatitis is an infectious disease characterized by inflammatory and degenerative changes of the ...
The Aetiology And Consequences Of Liver Diseases - Young and Blissful

The Aetiology And Consequences Of Liver Diseases

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Written by Maira Ahsan

 

The pathologic changes in the liver's parenchymal cells are similar regardless of the aetiology of the disease. Basic changes include their atrophy, fatty infiltration, fibrosis, and necrosis.
Lung Cancer: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention - Young and Blissful

Lung Cancer: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Lung cancer is the most common type of cancer that develops in the lungs and spread throughout the body. Your lungs are two spongy organs in your chest that take in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide when you breathe in and out. Lung cancer is the most common cancer that leads to mortality worldwide. Lung cancer is most common in smokers, although it can also affect persons who have never smoked. The length of time and number of cigarettes you've smoked raises your chance of lung cancer. You can dramatically reduce your risks of acquiring lung cancer by quitting smoking, even if you've been smoking for a long time.

Why Stretch Marks Form and How to Reduce Them - Young and Blissful

Why Stretch Marks Form and How to Reduce Them

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Written by Shabnam Shokoufi

You can, however, reduce the appearance of stretch marks, and prevent them from forming in the first place, with Paraben Free Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy.

More on that to come. First, let's review how you can treat stretch marks, and why Stretch Mark Therapy should be at the top of your list for stretch mark-free skin.

Early Pregnancy Loss: Here is What You Need to Know about Miscarriage - Young and Blissful

Early Pregnancy Loss: Here is What You Need to Know about Miscarriage

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Miscarriage is described as "spontaneous abortion" in medical terms.

When an embryo or fetus dies before the 20th week of pregnancy, it is referred to as a miscarriage. Miscarriage is most common early in pregnancy, with 8 out of 10 miscarriages occurring in the first three months.

This type of pregnancy loss affects a large number of women. Unfortunately, 10-20% of pregnancies result in miscarriage. Although miscarriage is a regular occurrence, it can be emotionally draining. Grief and loss are common following a miscarriage.

Rosacea Symptoms and Solutions - Young and Blissful

Rosacea Symptoms and Solutions

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Written by Shabnam Shokoufi

According to the National Rosacea Society, 74% of rosacea sufferers have cancelled social events because of an outbreak. That's a shame. More than that, it's unnecessary.

Breast Cancer Early Detection: Common Screening Tests and Diagnosis Procedure - Young and Blissful

Breast Cancer Early Detection: Common Screening Tests and Diagnosis Procedure

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Breast cancer is diagnosed using a variety of tests. They may also do tests to see if cancer has progressed beyond the breast and lymph nodes beneath the arm. Metastasis is a term used to describe the spread of cancer cells throughout the body. Doctors may also conduct tests to determine the most effective therapies.

The tests listed below can be used to identify breast cancer or as follow-up testing after a diagnosis.

Breast Cancer: 7 Easy Steps to Examine Yourself - Young and Blissful

Breast Cancer: 7 Easy Steps to Examine Yourself

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Knowing what is normal for your breasts is a good idea. You'll be able to contact your doctor if you see anything unusual, such as a lump, a change in your skin, or a discharge. However, Should you conduct a breast self-examination? That is a point on which medical organizations disagree. You can consult your doctor to see if it is appropriate for you.

Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer: Symptoms, Types, and Risk Factors

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Written by Maira Ahsan

According to the research data, breast cancer seems to be the most diagnosed cancer among women in the United States. Breast cancer is mostly diagnosed in women over the age of 50, although it can also affect women at a younger age. If it caught early enough, there's a good chance of recovery. All women should examine their breasts regularly for any changes or abnormalities.

Management of Urinary Incontinence In Older Adults - Young and Blissful

Management of Urinary Incontinence In Older Adults

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Urinary incontinence is a prevalent ailment among the elderly. Urinary incontinence occurs when a person loses control of his or her bladder. In the human body, urine is stored in the urinary bladder. During urination, the muscles of the urinary bladder contract to push urine into a tube called the urethra. The muscles around the urethra relax at the same time, allowing the urine to exit the body. Urine might leak if the muscles in the urinary bladder become weak and do not function properly. Incontinence is most commonly caused by abrupt muscular relaxation.
Feel Young and Blessed With Us - Young and Blissful

Feel Young and Blessed With Us

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Written by Shabnam Shokoufi
Age Gracefully and Beautifully Aging is a natural process that everyone is subjected to. As a ma...
Want To Beat Out the Acne Breakouts? - Young and Blissful

Want To Beat Out the Acne Breakouts?

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Written by Shabnam Shokoufi
Clear Pores is a three-part skin cleansing system that does all the above and more. It works effectively internally and externally to help reduce blemishes, reduce inflammation and swelling, and remove debris and impurities, leaving your skin clean, blemish free and clear. So there is no need to look any further. Clear Pores really is the one stop shop for blemish-free skin and a clearer future.
PCOS VS WEIGHT LOSS DIETS - Young and Blissful

PCOS VS WEIGHT LOSS DIETS

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Weight loss may be challenging for women with PCOS, but it is attainable. It's crucial to note that weight loss will be delayed due to the hormonal imbalances, inflammation, and blood sugar type issues associated with PCOS. Consult your doctor about including medicines that improve insulin sensitivity in your weight-loss plan. You can reduce weight by combining a good diet, frequent exercise, and the correct prescription. Remember that even if weight loss is slow, your PCOS symptoms will be mostly under control if you lose 5-10% of your body weight.
Diagnosis of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome - Young and Blissful

Diagnosis of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

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Written by Maira Ahsan
The most prevalent cause of anovulatory infertility is polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). It affects a high percentage of reproductive-aged women. It might be a cancer risk factor. Several causes can induce PCOS symptoms, most of which are linked to genetic predispositions. PCOS is a challenging condition to recognize and diagnose. 
PCOS Diet: A Healthy Guide to Manage PCOS Symptoms - Young and Blissful

PCOS Diet: A Healthy Guide to Manage PCOS Symptoms

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Written by Maira Ahsan
In terms of maintaining a healthy weight, nutritious food is preferable to exercise. Rather than adopting a specific diet, people with PCOS who want to lose weight should reduce their total food consumption (calories or energy). There is no one-size-fits-all diet for PCOS people who want to lose weight. Each patient is provided a unique food plan based on his or her body type. According to studies, a weight-loss plan improves the indications and symptoms of PCOS.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Everything You Need To Know About PCOS - Young and Blissful

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Everything You Need To Know About PCOS

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is the most prevalent medical condition among the women’s of reproductive age. According to the medical report of World Health Organization (WHO) “polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects the 4-8% of women worldwide”. The term "polycystic" clearly translates the meaning of "many cysts." 
The Aetiology of Obesity - Young and Blissful

The Aetiology of Obesity

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Written by Maira Ahsan
People who miss their meals have a greater tendency to eat more after a missed meal. People who miss their breakfasts tend to eat more at lunchtime; this causes blood glucose and serum cholesterol to rise to high levels. They may also eat more high-fat, high-calorie snacks. This pattern of eating may in the long-term lead to an impaired tolerance of glucose. Eating frequently also increases the likelihood that more calories will be eaten. 
The Metabolic Basis Of Obesity - Young and Blissful

The Metabolic Basis Of Obesity

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Obesity exists when fat makes a greater than normal contribution to total body weight.

In a normal woman, approximately 20-25% of her body weight is fat, and obesity is defined as a body-fat content greater than 30% of total body weight. In contrast, a normal young man will have less body-fat, 15-18% of his total body weight. For a man a definition of obesity would be a body-fat content greater than 25% of total body weight.

A Guide to Under-Eye Care - Young and Blissful

A Guide to Under-Eye Care

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Written by Shabnam Shokoufi

If you’re looking for an all-rounder product, the Soothing Eye Contour Cream by SkinPerfection BlueVert is a perfect choice and we’re going to elaborate why.

The Pregnant Diabetic: Modification of Diet throughout Pregnancy - Young and Blissful

The Pregnant Diabetic: Modification of Diet throughout Pregnancy

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Written by Maira Ahsan
The modification of diet throughout pregnancy Diet is of vital importance in the management of di...
Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy - Young and Blissful

Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy

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Written by Maira Ahsan
In this blog we are going to discuss diabetes mellitus, and its dietary management during pregnan...
Anti-aging Magic in a Bottle - Young and Blissful

Anti-aging Magic in a Bottle

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Written by Shabnam Shokoufi
Starting with the Plasmarine Active Complex, which is unique and unlike anything you’ve seen before. Derived from marine phytoplankton, this microalgae concentrate is anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, and has brightening as well as moisturizing effects. Sounds like an all-in-one ingredient to me!
Breastfeeding Update 2021: Breastfeeding Versus Bottle Feeding Pros and Cons - Young and Blissful

Breastfeeding Update 2021: Breastfeeding Versus Bottle Feeding Pros and Cons

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Breast milk is the most appropriate milk for human infants since it is uniquely adapted to their needs. Breast-feeding is easier This is a great advantage. especially where health is poor, where health instruction for mothers is restricted, where hygiene is of a low standard, and where alternative milk supplies are irregular.

World Breastfeeding Week 2021: The Successful Establishment of Breast-Feeding - Young and Blissful

World Breastfeeding Week 2021: The Successful Establishment of Breast-Feeding

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Lactation consists of two phases. The first is the secretion of milk by the mammary gland, which begins during pregnancy and is the result of a hormone called prolactin. The second phase is the process of milk ejection whereby the breast becomes full of milk and is available to the infant. This is called the let-down reflex' and is due to the sucking of a baby on its mother's breast. When a child sucks, impulses go to the mother's brain and posterior pituitary, which in turn produces another hormone, oxytocin, oxytocin acts on the breast and milk starts automatically coming into the baby's mouth. Owing to continuous sucking the milk flow is established and milk may even spurt from the nipple not in use; so, mothers should suckle their babies several times a day to establish lactation successfully.
Management of Hypertension during Pregnancy - Young and Blissful

Management of Hypertension during Pregnancy

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Hypertension, or elevated blood pressure, is generally considered to be present when the systolic pressure is 160 mm Hg or greater and the diastolic pressure is 95 mm Hg. Readings of 140/90 represent borderline hypertension.
Hypertension: Causes, Effects, Implications, and Dietary Management - Young and Blissful

Hypertension: Causes, Effects, Implications, and Dietary Management

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Hypertension is defined as sustained levels of blood pressure greater than 160/95 mm Hg. The World Health Organization defines normotension as blood pressure less than 140/90 mm Hg, and hypertension as sustained levels greater than 160/95 mm Hg. Life expectancy is reduced noticeably, however, when the blood pressure is over 120/80 mm Hg.

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