Posts Tagged ‘eye’

Eye Floaters

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

The eyesDefined in the modern lifestyle with vision problems are among the most common diseases. Working with a computer, wearing low-quality sunglasses and fatigue always lead to problems with vision. Today, however, will meet with Eye Floaters. Almost everyone has small bodies floating in the liquid of the eyeball, which too often resemble a powder that can be erased from your eyes. Almost all have varying degrees of Eye Floaters and generally no cause for afraid when you follow the light to the surface. Concern for Eye Floaters, can make when you start losing a part of your sight, even when viewing dark areas or in their daily activities. This may be a sign of retinal detachment, and you will begin to see lights and shadows different sight. In such a case it is advisable to consult a doctor to prescribe a particular treatment and research. Do not be afraid or worry. There are treatments for problems such as modern technology allows contactless treatment and remedy the problem with your Eye Floaters.

Sick teeth can hurt all authorities

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

TeethOf certain bacteria in the mouth outbreak or toxic substances are sprayed on the body for long periods in the blood or lymph nodes along the nerves. Thus irritant reach other organs and can cause severe inflammation, for example, heart, lung, brain or joints. Often appear in large yeast deposits as eye, liver, colon, or even infections in the throat and pharynx, or in related tissue may be due to bacteria. If they grow unhindered in the blood, there is a threat of lethal blood poisoning. Initial outbreaks of these diseases are often chronic inflammation in the tooth root. They may arise through unilateral pressure on certain teeth or caries-deep through our pits. Sometimes the bacteria are hiding and killed teeth (eg after treatment of roots), because there immune system can not harm them, go target positions where the tooth is removed. But no fear! Because it usually does not happen inwardly. Toothache, swelling, fever and sometimes thickened lymph nodes on the bottom of the mouth and throat are often a sign of such bacterial outbreaks.

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