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Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) - causes, symptoms & treatment

What is generalized anxiety disorder? Generalized anxiety disorder—sometimes shortened to GAD—is a condition characterized by excessive, persistent and unreasonable amounts of anxiety and worry regarding everyday things. Find more videos at

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HYPERSEXUALITY: Signs, Symptoms, Treatment, & More!

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Hypersexuality is more common than people realize and it's extremely important to know the signs of hypersexual behavior. It can have a HUGE impact on our decision making and especially our relationships. In fact, the average percentage of people who experience Hypersexual Bipolar Mania is around 57%. This video covers a broad spectrum of hypersexuality for anyone who wants to learn a lot about it - (not just those who have Bipolar Disorder).

When you were first diagnosed and started talking to doctors about Bipolar Disorder, chances are you were never told about hypersexuality. I've seen some great doctors over the years and not a single one mentioned this to me.

An overwhelming number of people have asked me to make a video talking about this. Most have been the partners of someone who has Bipolar Disorder. Part of the problem is how uncomfortable people are with discussing Mental Illness and especially sex. Even in relationships, couples don't tend to talk about hypersexuality unless there's a big problem.

For partners who cheat, the often don't talk about it until they get caught. For partners who are getting lots of great sex, they might not see it as a problem until their partner's mania is completely out of control.

Hypersexuality, just like Bipolar Disorder is cyclic - meaning it can come and go in cycles. There are usually distinct patterns of behavior or signs when someone starts to get hypersexual. Learning to identify these signs can be used as another TOOL to know when Bipolar symptoms are starting. Being overly-sexual can be a sign that mania is here. Having no interest in sex could mean that depression is on the horizon. It's up to each person to learn what hypersexuality means for them.

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Top 3 Treatments For Asthma That Are Not Medication

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Bob & Brad discuss the top three treatments for asthma. None of them include medications

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What Causes a Sore Throat? HOME Remedies and Cures for Fast TREATMENT| Doctor Explains

Find out what causes sore throats and simple, fast and effective HOME remedies to cure your sore throat. Sore throats can last anything between 1-2 weeks to fully settle. In this video, we'll talk about some common causes and importantly at the end, I'll tell you as a doctor what are the key things to watch out for.

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As a Family doctor/GP one of the bread and butter conditions we see is sore throats. I often get asked how to get rid of a sore throat? What are some good home remedies for a sore throat? How to treat a sore throat quickly? In this video, I try and simplify the main things to look out for with the presentation of sore throats for students and clinicians. I also present some simple treatments that can be used to help get rid of a sore throat.

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Sore throat (pharyngitis) is super common. It is usually caused by an infection in the throat (Viral or Bacterial). Soreness in the throat may be the only symptom. In addition, you may also have:

⦿ Tiredness.
⦿ Swollen glands in your neck.
⦿ Pain when you swallow.
⦿ A hoarse voice.
⦿ A mild cough.
⦿ A high temperature (fever).
⦿ A headache.
⦿ A feeling of wanting to be sick (nausea).

We will then look at how to treat a sore throat yourself:
To help soothe a sore throat and shorten the severity of the symptoms, you can:

1) Gargle with warm, salty water (half a tea spoon of salt) (children should not try this) - one of the most effective and inexpensive ways to try this home treatment. Anybody can prepare this as we demonstrate in the video how to do it.

2) Drink plenty of water - when we have an infection our body will be fighting it and this can send the body in to overdrive. The key is to keep it hydrated and avoid dehydration as this can make us feel unwell.

3) Eat cool or soft foods - Helps create a soothing effect on the throat.

4) Warm drinks like tea and soup may also help (Avoid Hot Drinks) - Again as above, generally cooler foods are preferred but if you don't like bananas or yogurts then a warm glass of tea or soup can do the trick.

5) Avoid smoking or smoky places - these can irritate the throat further and make your symptoms worse.

6) Suck ice cubes, ice lollies or hard sweets – but do not give young children anything small and hard to suck because of the risk of choking.

7) Rest - Helps the body fight the infection.

Consider seeing a GP/Family Doctor if:
⦿ The sore throat does not improve after a week
⦿ Often get sore throats
⦿ Worried about your sore throat - it is severe/ or you feel unwell
⦿ Have a sore throat and a very high temperature, or you feel hot and shivery
you have a weakened immune system – for example, because of diabetes or chemotherapy
A severe or long-lasting sore throat could be something like strep throat (a bacterial throat infection).

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0:37 - Viral causes of sore throat
0:44 - Covid symptoms and sore throat
1:45 - Bacterial causes for sore throat - Strep throat/tonsillitis
2:12 - Allergies and irritants causing a sore throat
2:34 - Acid Reflux may cause sore throat
3:07 - Worrying causes of a sore throat - cancer
3:53 - Home Remedies for sore throat - How to prepare warm water and salt to gargle
5:25 - Things to avoid if you have a sore throat
6:58 - When do you need to speak to the doctor regarding sore throat?
7:58 - Emergency causes for sore throat and what you should do.

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Thyroid Nodules: Causes, Symptoms & Treatments | Dr. Kannan

Thyroid nodules are lumps that form within the thyroid gland. While generally harmless, they can occasionally cause a hormone imbalance or Cancer. Watch Dr. Kannan, Consultant, Endocrinology, Narayana Health City, Bangalore, as he explains the causes, diagnosis and treatment for Thyroid Nodules.

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Inflammation - causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

What is inflammation? Inflammation is a complex response to harmful stimuli which could be from a pathogen, but also could be from trauma or toxins. The response involves blood vessels dilating and becoming more permeable, and attracting more immune cells and fluid into local tissue.
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Amebiasis (Amoebic Dysentery) | Entamoeba histolytica, Pathogenesis, Signs & Symptoms, Treatment

Lesson on amebiasis (entamoeba histolytica), causes, diagnosis, signs and symptoms (amebic dysentery), and treatment. Amebiasis is a gastrointestinal infection caused by a number of different species of Amoeba, specifically the species entamoeba histolytica. Entamoeba histolytica Infection by this amoeba can cause of wide variety of symptoms in particular patients, which include bloody diarrhea, liver abscesses among other symptoms.

In this lesson, we discuss the life cycle of entameba histolytica, how it infects patients, how it causes tissue damage within the intestines, what signs and symptoms it causes, and how we can treat it.

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Ringworm (Tinea Corporis) | Causes, Risk Factors, Signs & Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

Ringworm (Tinea Corporis) | Causes, Risk Factors, Signs & Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

Ringworm (Tinea Corporis) is a fungal skin infection cause by fungi known as dermatophytes. In this lesson, we discuss these dermatophytes, along with risk factors for infection, signs and symptoms, a variation of clinical presentations (including Majocchi’s granuloma), how it is diagnosed and how it is treated.

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Heart Attack Symptoms & How to Treat a Heart Attack - First Aid Training - St John Ambulance

If you think someone is having a heart attack, knowing how to help them could be life saving. In this video a St John Ambulance trainer shares signs of a heart attack and shows you how to care for someone having a heart attack. Heart attacks are serious and performing these first aid steps could help to save someone’s life.

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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease- causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is actually a spectrum of disease, going from least to most severe—steatosis, steatohepatitis, fibrosis, and finally cirrhosis.

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Hepatitis B and hepatitis D virus- causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

What are hepatitis B and hepatitis D virus? Hepatitis B virus, or Hep B virus for short, is a member of the hepadnavirus family, while hepatitis D, or Hep D virus, is a deltavirus.

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Bell's Palsy, Pathophysiology, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment, Animation

(USMLE topics) Bell’s palsy: pathophysiology, symptoms, causes, risk factors, diagnosis and treatment. How to differentiate Bell’s palsy from stroke. This video is available for instant download licensing here:
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Bell’s palsy is a form of facial muscle weakness or paralysis, typically on one side of the face. It results from dysfunction of the facial nerve, also known as the seventh cranial nerve. The facial nerve has many branches and diverse functions. It controls the muscles of facial expression, including those involved in eye blinking and closing; it carries nerve impulses to tear glands, salivary glands; and conveys taste sensations from the anterior two-thirds of the tongue. There are two facial nerves, one on each side of the face. Typically, only one nerve, and hence one side of the face, is affected.
The malfunction of the facial nerve is thought to result from its inflammation. The swollen nerve is compressed as it exits the skull within a narrow bony canal.
Symptoms develop suddenly, usually within a couple of days, and can range from mild weakness to total paralysis of face muscles. Other symptoms may include drooping of mouth, drooling, inability to close one eye, facial pain or abnormal sensation, distorted sense of taste, and intolerance to loud noise.
By definition, Bell’s palsy is idiopathic, meaning it has no known cause, but it has been associated with certain viral infections. In particular, reactivation of a dormant virus, triggered by stress, trauma or minor illness, is often thought to be the culprit.
Risk factors include diabetes, hypertension, obesity, pregnancy, and upper respiratory infections.
Diagnosis is based on clinical presentation after other possible causes of facial paralysis are excluded. Patients usually present with rapid development of symptoms, reaching a peak in severity around 72 hours from the time of onset. In most cases, muscle weakness can be observed with both upper and lower facial muscles, including the forehead, eyelid, and mouth. If forehead muscle strength is not affected, a central cause, especially stroke, should be suspected. This is because the upper facial muscles, unlike the lower ones, receive nerve impulses from both hemispheres of the brain, so a lesion in one side will not affect their function.
An electromyography test can be used to confirm nerve damage and determine the extent of severity. Imaging studies can help rule out structural causes, such as a tumor or skull fracture.
Because Bell's palsy impairs the eyelid’s ability to close and blink, the affected eye is exposed to drying and potential injury. Patients must keep the eye moist with lubricating eye drops, and protect it from injury with an eye patch, especially at night.
Without treatment, Bell’s palsy resolves spontaneously in about 2 thirds of patients. Symptoms usually start to improve after a few weeks, and complete recovery is achieved in about six months. Corticosteroids, when started early, can reduce inflammation and improve recovery. Some patients may benefit from physical therapy or facial massage. Decompression surgery to relieve pressure on the nerve is rarely needed and not usually recommended. Severe cases may take longer to resolve. A small number of patients with complete paralysis may continue to have some symptoms for life.

Head Lice - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

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Head lice are parasitic wingless insects. They live on people's heads and feed on their blood. An adult louse is about the size of a sesame seed. The eggs, called nits, are even smaller - about the size of a knot in thread. Lice and nits are easiest to detect at the neckline and behind the ears.

Head lice are extremely contagious. Close contact or sharing personal belongings, such as hats or hairbrushes, puts people at risk. Children ages 3-11 and their families get head lice most often. Personal hygiene has nothing to do with getting head lice. Head lice do not spread disease.

Symptoms are

Tickling feeling in the hair
Frequent itching
Sores from scratching
Irritability and difficulty sleeping. Head lice are most active in the dark.

Treatment for head lice is recommended for people with an active infestation. All household members and other close contacts should be checked. Anyone who has an active infestation should be treated. All infested people and their bedmates should be treated at the same time.

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Myasthenia gravis - causes, symptoms, treatment, pathology

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What Causes High Platelets (Thrombocytosis) | Approach to Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

Lesson on thrombocytosis (condition of having “too many platelets”). In this lesson, we discuss an approach to determining the cause of thrombocytosis, along with signs and symptoms and how we treat it.


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Scabies: Signs, Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment | Merck Manual Consumer Version

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Allergies - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

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Allergy (also called: hypersensitivity)

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An allergy is a reaction by your immune system to something that does not bother most other people. People who have allergies often are sensitive to more than one thing. Substances that often cause reactions are

Pollen
Dust mites
Mold spores
Pet dander
Food
Insect stings
Medicines

Normally, your immune system fights germs. It is your body's defense system. In most allergic reactions, however, it is responding to a false alarm. Genes and the environment probably both play a role.

Allergies can cause a variety of symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing, itching, rashes, swelling, or asthma. Allergies can range from minor to severe. Anaphylaxis is a severe reaction that can be life-threatening. Doctors use skin and blood tests to diagnose allergies. Treatments include medicines, allergy shots, and avoiding the substances that cause the reactions.

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