Posts Tagged ‘Therapist’
Adult napples are nobody’s idea of fun, especially not so when you learn that 24% of people over 60 have bladder weakness.
Kegel exercises can do more than prolong sex. Greater muscular control now can halt accidental leakage later. Squeeze your pelvic muscles as if you’re stopping the flow of urine in reps of 10, three times a day.
Experts from the Arthritis Research Campaign say the gnarled finger of osteoarthritis wilt poke one in five of us by 65.
Go swimming: it strengthens joints and reduces cartilage wear. If in doubt, always see the physic.
Men put up with partially torn ligaments. But festering injuries can lead to old-age pain.
The most common cancer in men over 75. As the gland swells, side effects include incontinence and erectile dysfunction.
The Australian Cancer Council found ejaculating more than five times a week in your 20s and 30s cuts the risk of prostate cancer in later life by a third. The report said masturbation is more effective than sex, so take matters in hand.
Blotchy skin is a common complaint in Asian country. What are the causes?
Cumulative sun damage causes premature aging and pigment formation, this result in sun and age spots. Some people are genetically predisposed to pigmentation like freckles, while melasma ( “the mask of pregnancy”) is due to hormonal changes. Another unique feature of Asian skin is post inflammatory hyperpigmentation in which the skin darkens after injury from, for example, too strong an acid peel. I encounter these conditions daily in my practice.
Some doctor would need to assess with their patient and discuss the possible options and outcomes. Using a good sun-block will definitely prevent worsening of the pigmentation. You can use creams — a good start although the results are slow. I usually use Photo-rejuvenation which involves an energy source either from light or laser to fragment the pigment under the skin without burning the outer skin layer. Hence, there is no reddening, pain or downtime. Read the rest of this entry »