If you are into sports, athletics or during a simple workout, then you are likely to get muscle cramps once in a while. Your cramps sometimes may not have any explainable reason. Most cramps last for a few seconds to 15 minutes and can be treated with home remedies.
Black eye is not a common problem, yet once in a while everyone may get it. A small head or face injury can lead to a black eye. The area near the eye generally gets swelled due to collection of blood from the nearby vessels into the affected area.
When you begin to feel discomfort on cheeks and your mouth tastes foul, you may have salivary gland infection. There are 3 main sets of glands on both sides of the face that can get infected. Parotid glands are the largest glands located in the cheeks. Submandibular glands are on the back side of the mouth and Sublingual glands are located under the floor of the mouth.
Bronchitis is generally a viral condition in which you get persistent coughing. It affects your lungs and it can be either acute or chronic. A one time occurrence which lasts for days or even weeks but then stops is called acute bronchitis. But, if your persistent cough is unstoppable for months they you are suffering from chronic bronchitis.
Everyone gets constipation every once in a while. Sedentary lifestyle, food habits or side effect of certain medication, whatever may be the cause apple can help relieve constipation.
Annoying and painful Plantar Warts can be really hard and difficult to remove. They are caused by different Human Papilloma Viruses (HPV) and can take years to disappear on their own. You certainly don't want to wait that long.
If you have been feeling tired for some time months with no apparent reason and doctors have not been able to diagonalize any specific medical condition plus you may have felt short term memory loss, muscle pains, joint pains, headaches, increasing thirst, bowel dysfunction and persistent infection etc, then you are are suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).
If you have ever experienced Urinary Tract Infection or UTI, then you know the misery you had gone through. You don't want it again. You get the urge to pee, go to the toilet, but nothing comes out. You get back to your seat and a few minutes later you rush again to the toilet. History repeats. No pee again.You feel the pain and feel miserable through out the day. That is UTI; it is a bacterial infection.