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Diabetes information event

“There is an urgent need for women to learn more about the risks to their health from diabetes,” says local heart and stroke charity Croí. Young women who are planning a pregnancy and who currently have diabetes need to take special steps to protect their health and that of their baby. Equally as many as 12 per cent of pregnant women develop gestational diabetes, which if not managed, can have adverse effects on the health of both the mother and the baby.

Acne is not just a teenage problem

For many people adult acne can occur in later life, when the stress of juggling families and careers takes its toll. Many of the patients who go to Bernie Fahy, skin specialist, also have stressful jobs. Interestingly, many did not have significant acne as teenagers.

Acne is not just a teenage problem

For many, adult acne can kick off in later life, when the stress of juggling families and careers takes its toll. Many of the patients who skin specialist Bernie Fahy sees also have stressful jobs. Interestingly, many did not have significant acne as teenagers.

Stress affects your mental and physical well-being

The issue of prolonged exposure to anxiety impacts on the mind and body in a variety of detrimental ways such as hypertension or raised blood pressure, inflammation of the arteries, heart attacks, as well as a host of psychological conditions. Over time it negatively depletes our life force, and our ability to take care of our mind and body, and leads to depression.

Natural supplement offer a solution to hair loss

Hair Regain is a solution to hereditary hair loss that is 100 per cent natural and offers impressive results.

How stress affects the body

Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbo charges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system. Chronic stress is caused by constant emotional pressure. It produces hormones that weaken the immune system and damage bones.

How stress affects the body

Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbo charges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system. Chronic stress is caused by constant emotional pressure. It produces hormones that weaken the immune system and damage bones.

Release stress through mental field therapy

MFT stands for mental field therapy. At the ISHSKO Centre in Westport, MFT is used to relieve pain sensation caused by unresolved psychological traumas. It alleviates the adrenal stress associated with emotional conflict, which compromises a patient's physical health. MFT gently releases the stress through a series of specific tapping points and healing statements made by the patient. It is an elegant and effective means of helping people clear emotional issues.

How stress affects the body

Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbo charges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system. Chronic stress is caused by constant emotional pressure. It produces hormones that weaken the immune system and damage bones. The stress response begins in the brain and then the body unleashes a flood of hormones to prepare for the flight. Adrenal glands react to the alert by releasing epiniphrine/adrenaline, which makes the heart pump faster and the lungs work harder to flood the body with oxygen. The adrenal glands also release extra cortisol and other glucocorticoids, which help the body convert sugars into energy. Nerve cells release norepinephrine, which tenses the muscles and sharpens the senses to prepare for action. Digestion then shuts down. This can cause significant damage and numerous symptoms.

Promised regional paediatric diabetes posts remain unfilled

A call has been made for the HSE West to make additional nursing and dietician support available to enable children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes receive insulin pump treatment at University Hospital Galway.

 

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