Why do people get Hepatitis B Virus (HBV)? How do you know if you have it? How can you prevent getting hepatitis B? What should inactive HBV carriers do?
Diabetes may remain asymptomatic for many years, whereby tissue damage may develop resulting in possibility of vascular complications at the time of diagnosis.
Stress, depression & anxiety affect the functioning of immune, endocrine & cardiovascular systems, which may result in Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD).
Stroke can happen to anyone, of any age, at any time. It’s vital to spot the warning signs of stroke using the FAST test, in order to seek immediate medical help.
Some women go through menopausal transition without any symptoms. However, most continue to experience symptoms beyond 5 years. So, how to sail through it?
Health checks is an examination of current status and screening for potential diseases before any symptoms emerges. It helps to prevent, identify or reduce the risk of health issues.
Liver is responsible to clear the circulating melatonin, a hormone to regulate the sleep-waking cycles. People with poor liver health could result in insomnia.
What comes to your mind when you think of Cuba? The cigar and rum? Cuban music? Or, even sugarcane? Wait! Stop right there! You may think that the sugarcane treasure chest had long since been fully looted but new discoveries continue to be made. One of it is a substance found in sugarcane called policosanol which turns out to be remarkably effective in treating one of the most prevalent and serious health problems of today – high cholesterol!
Why are toxins not broken down efficiently within the body? It is usually due to poor liver health. The liver, as the second largest organ in our body, is the primary organ that detoxifies toxins in our body. When your liver begins to weaken, toxins are gradually eliminated through your skin. You may start to notice some unobtrusive, minor skin issues such as dull skin tone, pigmentation (always considered as signs of aging); then progressing to dry, red, itchy inflamed skin or yellowish discolouration.
If you only believe that liver sickness is caused by alcohol, then you’re wrong! Aside from alcohol, liver illness can also be associated by unhealthy diet intake, hepatitis viruses, stress and excessive or misuse of medication.