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  • WHAT CAUSES NIGHT SWEATS? - MYA CARE
    Night sweats are when a person experiences unusual perspiration at night to the point that bedding and clothes need to be changed. It is important to understand that there are many reasons why excessive night-time perspiration occurs. Not all causes are pathological and some are due to a normal change in life.How sweating occursSweating (hidrosis) in normal conditions occurs to cool the body. A signal sent to the sweat glands in the skin causes the release of sweat, which cools the body to prevent overheating.The nervous system plays a crucial role in the process of sweating. Details on the process of sweating are described below:Sensory receptors called thermoreceptors detect temperature changes and send signals to the hypothalamus in the brain.The hypothalamus then sends signals down the spinal cord to the peripheral nerves.These nerves activate the sweat glands to release the sweat.There is a feedback mechanism in which sweat production is halted once the hypothalamus detects that body temperature is in the normal range.
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    WHAT CAUSES NIGHT SWEATS? - MYA CARE Night sweats are when a person experiences unusual perspiration at night to the point that bedding and clothes need to be changed. It is important to understand that there are many reasons why excessive night-time perspiration occurs. Not all causes are pathological and some are due to a normal change in life.How sweating occursSweating (hidrosis) in normal conditions occurs to cool the body. A signal sent to the sweat glands in the skin causes the release of sweat, which cools the body to prevent overheating.The nervous system plays a crucial role in the process of sweating. Details on the process of sweating are described below:Sensory receptors called thermoreceptors detect temperature changes and send signals to the hypothalamus in the brain.The hypothalamus then sends signals down the spinal cord to the peripheral nerves.These nerves activate the sweat glands to release the sweat.There is a feedback mechanism in which sweat production is halted once the hypothalamus detects that body temperature is in the normal range. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/what-causes-night-sweats
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  • MANAGING WOUNDS AT HOME: TIPS FOR PROPER WOUND CARE, HEALING, AND PREVENTION - MYA CARE
    Wounds are inevitable in life. Whether you cut yourself while cooking, scrape your knee while playing, or burn your hand while ironing, you are bound to experience some minor injuries from time to time. While most of these wounds are not serious and can heal on their own, it is important to know how to manage them properly at home to prevent infection, promote healing, and avoid complications.

    In this blog, we will discuss how to manage your own wounds at home, what are the signs of infection, essential self-care tips for wound healing, and when to seek professional help. We will also answer some common questions that you may have about wound healing, such as why do wounds itch and throb and how to prevent scarring.
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    MANAGING WOUNDS AT HOME: TIPS FOR PROPER WOUND CARE, HEALING, AND PREVENTION - MYA CARE Wounds are inevitable in life. Whether you cut yourself while cooking, scrape your knee while playing, or burn your hand while ironing, you are bound to experience some minor injuries from time to time. While most of these wounds are not serious and can heal on their own, it is important to know how to manage them properly at home to prevent infection, promote healing, and avoid complications. In this blog, we will discuss how to manage your own wounds at home, what are the signs of infection, essential self-care tips for wound healing, and when to seek professional help. We will also answer some common questions that you may have about wound healing, such as why do wounds itch and throb and how to prevent scarring. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/managing-wounds-at-home-tips-for-proper-wound-care-healing-and-prevention
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  • ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COENZYME Q10: IMPORTANCE, NATURAL SOURCES AND SUPPLEMENTATION - MYA CARE
    Have you ever heard of the coenzyme Q10? Compared to other popular nutrients, it is probably not the first you will hear about. As with most coenzymes, it is similar to vitamins in structure and function.

    Coenzyme Q10 is produced and present in different body parts, making it a non-essential nutrient. It can become essential with aging and other factors affecting the body's rate of synthesizing it. The coenzyme is also present in certain food substances and drugs. In whatever form your body gets, this nutrient should not be found wanting in your body.

    This article will highlight the importance of Q10, where it can be found in nature, its benefits, and how much you should consume to live a healthy life.
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    ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COENZYME Q10: IMPORTANCE, NATURAL SOURCES AND SUPPLEMENTATION - MYA CARE Have you ever heard of the coenzyme Q10? Compared to other popular nutrients, it is probably not the first you will hear about. As with most coenzymes, it is similar to vitamins in structure and function. Coenzyme Q10 is produced and present in different body parts, making it a non-essential nutrient. It can become essential with aging and other factors affecting the body's rate of synthesizing it. The coenzyme is also present in certain food substances and drugs. In whatever form your body gets, this nutrient should not be found wanting in your body. This article will highlight the importance of Q10, where it can be found in nature, its benefits, and how much you should consume to live a healthy life. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/all-you-need-to-know-about-coenzyme-q10-importance-natural-sources-and-supplementation
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  • MENOPAUSE AND DEMENTIA: CAN HORMONAL CHANGES CAN AFFECT THE BRAIN? - MYA CARE
    What pops into your mind when you think of menopause? Hot flashes? Night sweats? Mood swings? Dementia, though, might not have been on that list.

    Recently, researchers discovered an alarming link between early menopause and dementia. The authors of a study published in JAMA – in April 2023 – reported that women who entered menopause early (before turning 40) had a much higher risk of developing dementia than women who enter menopause at 50-51. They also linked the timing of hormone replacement therapy to the likelihood of developing dementia.

    Previous studies have suggested that menopause can increase women’s risk of Alzheimer's Disease (one of the most common causes of dementia), but researchers were unsure how or why. Now, scientists believe that the sudden drop in estrogen levels that comes with menopause may be to blame.

    Continue reading to learn more about the relationship between menopause and dementia and how hormonal changes may affect brain health.
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    MENOPAUSE AND DEMENTIA: CAN HORMONAL CHANGES CAN AFFECT THE BRAIN? - MYA CARE What pops into your mind when you think of menopause? Hot flashes? Night sweats? Mood swings? Dementia, though, might not have been on that list. Recently, researchers discovered an alarming link between early menopause and dementia. The authors of a study published in JAMA – in April 2023 – reported that women who entered menopause early (before turning 40) had a much higher risk of developing dementia than women who enter menopause at 50-51. They also linked the timing of hormone replacement therapy to the likelihood of developing dementia. Previous studies have suggested that menopause can increase women’s risk of Alzheimer's Disease (one of the most common causes of dementia), but researchers were unsure how or why. Now, scientists believe that the sudden drop in estrogen levels that comes with menopause may be to blame. Continue reading to learn more about the relationship between menopause and dementia and how hormonal changes may affect brain health. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/menopause-and-dementia-can-hormonal-changes-can-affect-the-brain
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  • ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE BEST GLOBAL HEALTHCARE ACCREDITATIONS - MYA CARE
    As good Samaritans and deserving patients, it is our responsibility to understand and support accredited healthcare facilities so that the quality of global healthcare can further progress for the generations to come.

    Find out more below on why healthcare accreditation is so important and what different international healthcare accreditations do.
    What is Healthcare Accreditation?

    Hospital and healthcare accreditation is defined as "an objective self or external peer-reviewed assessment process used by healthcare organizations to establish their level of performance in comparison to trusted standards and to allow for continuous improvement."

    Without healthcare accreditation, there is no way to know if a hospital, clinic or other healthcare facility (including any physicians general practice) meets with either local or international healthcare standards. Some accreditation systems are set in place to monitor specific aspects of health, safety, performance, hygiene, etc., or even just to monitor specific areas of medicine such as the psychiatric services offered in a hospital.
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    ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE BEST GLOBAL HEALTHCARE ACCREDITATIONS - MYA CARE As good Samaritans and deserving patients, it is our responsibility to understand and support accredited healthcare facilities so that the quality of global healthcare can further progress for the generations to come. Find out more below on why healthcare accreditation is so important and what different international healthcare accreditations do. What is Healthcare Accreditation? Hospital and healthcare accreditation is defined as "an objective self or external peer-reviewed assessment process used by healthcare organizations to establish their level of performance in comparison to trusted standards and to allow for continuous improvement." Without healthcare accreditation, there is no way to know if a hospital, clinic or other healthcare facility (including any physicians general practice) meets with either local or international healthcare standards. Some accreditation systems are set in place to monitor specific aspects of health, safety, performance, hygiene, etc., or even just to monitor specific areas of medicine such as the psychiatric services offered in a hospital. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/all-you-need-to-know-about-the-best-global-healthcare-accreditations
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  • SIGNS OF HORMONAL IMBALANCE IN WOMEN - MYA CARE
    Hormones are chemical messengers, synthesized by specific organs and carried through the bloodstream to the target organs where they cause changes in structural and functional. Hormones are essential for growth, reproduction, maintaining body temperature, and performing essential body functions.

    Hormones play an important role in maintaining the health of women. Any fluctuations observed in the hormone levels (e.g., estrogen, progesterone, insulin, adrenaline, and testosterone) may negatively impact the mood, sexual desire, fertility, and ovulation in females. Women are more prone to hormonal imbalances than men. The variation in hormone secretion becomes more prominent during menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause.
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    SIGNS OF HORMONAL IMBALANCE IN WOMEN - MYA CARE Hormones are chemical messengers, synthesized by specific organs and carried through the bloodstream to the target organs where they cause changes in structural and functional. Hormones are essential for growth, reproduction, maintaining body temperature, and performing essential body functions. Hormones play an important role in maintaining the health of women. Any fluctuations observed in the hormone levels (e.g., estrogen, progesterone, insulin, adrenaline, and testosterone) may negatively impact the mood, sexual desire, fertility, and ovulation in females. Women are more prone to hormonal imbalances than men. The variation in hormone secretion becomes more prominent during menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/signs-of-hormonal-imbalance-in-women
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    SIGNS OF HORMONAL IMBALANCE IN WOMEN | Mya Care
    Hormones are chemical messengers, synthesized by specific organs and carried through the bloodstream to the target organs where they cause changes in structural and functional. Hormones are essential for growth, reproduction, maintaining body temperature, and performing essential body functions.
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  • FEELINGS & THE NEURO-CHEMISTRY OF EMOTION - MYA CARE
    What are feelings anyway? Neuroscientists, psychologists and philosophers alike have long puzzled over this question. The word feeling originally referred to the physical sensation of touch. The meaning was later expanded to include emotion, alluding to the way in which our emotions “touch” us in spite of being abstract internal sensations.

    Neurologically speaking, the above connotation of sensuality is one and the same, translating into another genre of sensory neurological information that is received and responded to by the nervous system. Emotions occur as neurochemical reactions, either toward sensory information that is received from the environment or that is generated through thought.
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    FEELINGS & THE NEURO-CHEMISTRY OF EMOTION - MYA CARE What are feelings anyway? Neuroscientists, psychologists and philosophers alike have long puzzled over this question. The word feeling originally referred to the physical sensation of touch. The meaning was later expanded to include emotion, alluding to the way in which our emotions “touch” us in spite of being abstract internal sensations. Neurologically speaking, the above connotation of sensuality is one and the same, translating into another genre of sensory neurological information that is received and responded to by the nervous system. Emotions occur as neurochemical reactions, either toward sensory information that is received from the environment or that is generated through thought. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/feelings-the-neuro-chemistry-of-emotion
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    FEELINGS & THE NEURO-CHEMISTRY OF EMOTION | Mya Care
    What are feelings anyway? Neuroscientists, psychologists and philosophers alike have long puzzled over this question. The word feeling originally referred to the physical sensation of touch. The meaning was later expanded to include emotion, alluding to the way in which our emotions “touch” us in spite of being abstract internal sensations.
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  • LAMINECTOMY VS LAMINOTOMY VS DISCECTOMY VS FORAMINOTOMY - WHICH SPINAL DECOMPRESSION SURGERY IS RIGHT FOR YOU? - MYA CARE
    Chronic lower back pain that is not resolved by pain management medications and procedures is most likely due to impingement of a nerve in the lumbar spine. Spinal decompression refers to the different types of treatments, both surgical and non-surgical, that can be applied for the treatment of back pain. These methods take pressure off of the nerves to alleviate pain.
    What is Spinal Decompression Surgery?

    Spinal decompression surgery describes the different surgical procedures that can be used for the treatment of lower back pain and nerve release. These procedures can only be performed if other forms of therapy such as physical therapy, hot and cold packs, traction, and nerve stimulation have failed to provide any relief. Moreover, they aren’t performed for acute pain as it, more often than not, resolves spontaneously.
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    LAMINECTOMY VS LAMINOTOMY VS DISCECTOMY VS FORAMINOTOMY - WHICH SPINAL DECOMPRESSION SURGERY IS RIGHT FOR YOU? - MYA CARE Chronic lower back pain that is not resolved by pain management medications and procedures is most likely due to impingement of a nerve in the lumbar spine. Spinal decompression refers to the different types of treatments, both surgical and non-surgical, that can be applied for the treatment of back pain. These methods take pressure off of the nerves to alleviate pain. What is Spinal Decompression Surgery? Spinal decompression surgery describes the different surgical procedures that can be used for the treatment of lower back pain and nerve release. These procedures can only be performed if other forms of therapy such as physical therapy, hot and cold packs, traction, and nerve stimulation have failed to provide any relief. Moreover, they aren’t performed for acute pain as it, more often than not, resolves spontaneously. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/laminectomy-vs-laminotomy-vs-discectomy-vs-foraminotomy-which-spinal-decompression-surgery-is-right-for-you
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    LAMINECTOMY VS LAMINOTOMY VS DISCECTOMY VS FORAMINOTOMY - WHICH SPINAL DECOMPRESSION SURGERY IS RIGHT FOR YOU? | Mya Care
    Low back pain due to nerve impingement is quite common. The choice of procedure depends on the root cause of pain. Click for more on the types of spinal decompression surgeries.
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  • DOES A GLUTEN-FREE DIET HELP THYROID HEALTH? - MYA CARE
    There is some evidence that eliminating gluten from the diet can be helpful for some people who have thyroid problems. Read on to learn about gluten, a gluten-free diet, and if this helps the thyroid gland.
    What is Gluten?

    Gluten is the name for a group of proteins that are found in wheat and some other grains such as rye and barley. Glutens are most common in wheat grains, making up 90% of all the proteins. The most important of these glutens are gliadin and also glutenin.

    Foods derived from wheat include most kinds of pasta, noodles, breads, breakfast cereals, malts, and granolas. In some cases, manufacturers may add gluten to food since it acts as a good thickening agent, and helps hold foods together.
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    DOES A GLUTEN-FREE DIET HELP THYROID HEALTH? - MYA CARE There is some evidence that eliminating gluten from the diet can be helpful for some people who have thyroid problems. Read on to learn about gluten, a gluten-free diet, and if this helps the thyroid gland. What is Gluten? Gluten is the name for a group of proteins that are found in wheat and some other grains such as rye and barley. Glutens are most common in wheat grains, making up 90% of all the proteins. The most important of these glutens are gliadin and also glutenin. Foods derived from wheat include most kinds of pasta, noodles, breads, breakfast cereals, malts, and granolas. In some cases, manufacturers may add gluten to food since it acts as a good thickening agent, and helps hold foods together. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/does-a-glutenfree-diet-help-thyroid-health
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    DOES A GLUTEN-FREE DIET HELP THYROID HEALTH? | Mya Care
    A gluten-free diet can benefit people with conditions such as celiac disease and Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Click to learn about gluten intolerance, nutrient deficiencies caused by a gluten-free diet, and more.
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  • INNOVATIONS IN CANCER TREATMENT - MYA CARE
    Oncology has been expanding at a rapid pace in recent years, to say the least. The latest innovations in cancer treatment transcend new dimensions, previously thought to be restricted to works of science-fiction. From magnetically-guided, cancer-starving bacteria to real-time tumor tracking with nanotechnology, the options on the horizon for those battling malignant diseases are truly becoming sophisticated, pushing the boundaries of cancer research and ever-increasing the promise of a cure at every step.
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    INNOVATIONS IN CANCER TREATMENT - MYA CARE Oncology has been expanding at a rapid pace in recent years, to say the least. The latest innovations in cancer treatment transcend new dimensions, previously thought to be restricted to works of science-fiction. From magnetically-guided, cancer-starving bacteria to real-time tumor tracking with nanotechnology, the options on the horizon for those battling malignant diseases are truly becoming sophisticated, pushing the boundaries of cancer research and ever-increasing the promise of a cure at every step. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/innovations-in-cancer-treatment
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    INNOVATIONS IN CANCER TREATMENT | Mya Care
    Oncology has been expanding at a rapid pace in recent years, to say the least. Current progress has taken avenues of cancer treatment into new dimensions. Click to learn more
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