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... further decreasing its ability to allow movement. The synovial membrane and joint capsule thicken, limiting the space within the joint. Secretion of synovial fluid increases but it is more watery and ...
... muscles contract the opening of the airways gets smaller, making it harder to breathe and allowing less air into the lungs. This process is referred to as bronchoconstriction or bronchospasm. The cells ...
... smaller, making it harder to breathe and allowing less air into the lungs. This process is referred to as bronchoconstriction or bronchospasm. The cells of the soft inner lining of the bronchioles produce ...
Wash feet regularly with soap and cold water Make sure you dry feet thoroughly - pay particular attention to spaces between your toes Choose socks made from natural fibres such as ...
... will have learning difficulties due to their poor attention span. Many however do appear to have a combination of ADHD and a more specific learning difficulty, for example, dyslexia or a language problem. ...
Certain triggers can disrupt the usually gentle unnoticed contractions of the digestive system, causing the muscles to spasm and cramp producing painful attacks associated with IBS. Triggers  ...
... that control the opening of the anus during a bowel movement. The pain caused by an anal fissure is thought to cause the internal anal sphincter to contract or go into spasm. When this happens, the pressure ...
... children, many doctors are against the use of inhaled steroids for long periods and do not recommend their use in viral wheeze. Spacers The relievers and preventers are available as inhalers which ...
Pain in the back, particularly in the lower back or the neck that gets worse with movement is the first indicator of back pain. Back spasms - sudden, uncontrollable muscular contractions - may also occur ...
... a bag of essentials - spare pants and pads, baby wipes, towel and change of clothes if necessary Practise pelvic floor exercises to strengthen pelvic floor muscles that control the bladder and bowel ...
... is further subdivided into different strains, the most important of which are H1N1 (responsible for the Spanish flu outbreak in 1918-1920 that killed an estimated 40 million people, and responsible for ...
... the bending and stretching that your arms and legs must do every day. This 'spare' skin here undergoes lots of wear and tear, which damages the surface layer of the epidermis. Good body care ...
... is a risk that the tendon may rupture. Even the smaller tendons of the wrist and upper arm can tear with overuse. If this happens, there is often bleeding into the space around the tear and the blood tracks ...
Almost all burns and scalds occur as the result of accidents, and nearly all of these involve children although the elderly are also at risk. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) estimates ...
... lifespan. As the levels of red blood cells fall, anaemia develops.  ...
... children, many doctors are against the use of inhaled steroids for long periods and do not recommend their use in viral wheeze. Spacers The relievers and preventers are available as inhalers which ...
Sinusitis is an inflammation of the membranes lining the sinuses, which are the air filled spaces in the bones of the face. These spaces can be found in the cheeks, forehead and between the eyes and nose. ...
... can happen, so don't despair! Many ex-smokers usually try several times before being successful. Think of your relapse as a temporary set back, rather than a failure. Use the experience and learn from ...
... an adult and so more of the insect may be absorbed. If use of strong repellent is unavoidable, use sparingly and according to instructions In the evenings, cover as much of your baby's or infant's ...
Talk to someone about the stress you are experiencing Seek professional counselling if you need it Give yourself the time and space to relax Keep a stress diary for a ...
... so more of the insect repellent will be absorbed. If use of strong repellent is unavoidable, use sparingly If outdoors in the evenings, cover as much of your child's body as possible with long trousers ...
...  People with spastic cerebral palsy find that some muscles become very stiff and weak, especially under effort. This can affect their control of movement. People with athetoid or dyskinetic cerebral ...


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