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We can help you with your Chronic Illness

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Chronic Illness

Hypertension

Hypertension, also known, as high blood pressure, is a condition that is more common than many realize, often developing over the course of several years. Many are unaware that they even have this condition at first.

Stroke

A stroke, also known as a brain attack, involves an interruption to the brain's blood supply, often sudden. One of the effects of these attacks is your brain being deprived of nutrients and oxygen. It takes only minutes for brain cells to start to die from oxygen deprivation.

Diabetes

Diabetes is most easily defined as a condition that results from your blood glucose, or blood sugar levels, being too high. The foods that you eat generate glucose. A hormone that your body makes, insulin, helps regulate your glucose and get it into your cells to create energy. Insufficient or non-functioning insulin makes glucose stay in your blood.

Depression

Depression, sometimes known as clinical depression or major depressive disorder, is a serious mood disorder that is more commonplace than people often realize. Some of the ways a depressive disorder can affect your thinking and feeling, which are what most people think about regarding this condition. You might see some disruption in day-to-day activities, such as work, sleeping, and eating. A diagnosis usually comes after you have had these symptoms for no less than two weeks.

Menopause

Menopause, usually occurring after age 45, with an average occurrence age of 51 is when a woman stops having periods. In most cases, the process is natural. When this change happens, it is because the woman's body has ceased to make estrogen and progesterone, two reproductive hormones.

Goiter

You'll find your thyroid gland just below your Adam's apple. This gland is responsible for secreting hormones that regulate the metabolic process where food is converted into energy, as well as other important bodily functions. Mood, digestion, heart rate, and respiration are also functions that the thyroid controls.

Back Pain Problems

Low back pain can be a significant challenge. It is a common medical problem that negatively affects your lifestyle. After colds, it is the second most common reason for doctor visits in the United States. Low back pain can severely limit your ability to work.

Anemia

Anemia is a very common disease that affects millions of people each year in the United States and around the world. People with anemia may feel weak, unable to concentrate, and are often unable to perform normal daily tasks.

Thyroid Disorders

Thyroid disorders are common medical problems that negatively affect your lifestyle and cause various symptoms. More than 30 million people in the United States are affected by thyroid disorders, including hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.

Insomnia Discomfort

Are you having trouble sleeping? Do you wake up in the middle of the night feeling tired and unable to get back to sleep? If so, you may be experiencing insomnia. Sleeplessness can cause physical and emotional discomfort.

Fatigue Issues

Almost all people experience fatigue at some point in their lives. Yet many people are affected by chronic fatigue, which can negatively impact various aspects of life, even everyday tasks such as housework and grocery shopping.

Anxiety

Anxiety is a common medical problem that affects your quality of life and daily routine. It can affect anyone, whether you're an entrepreneur trying to start your own business or someone who works in an office.

Allergies

Allergies can significantly affect your daily life. They're more common than you might think, and they can affect anyone, regardless of age or gender. Some of the most common symptoms include watery eyes, runny nose, and sinus pain. You need to know more about allergies, their causes, and treatments.