Sunday, 22 December 2019

Benefits of Strawberries that you missed to know it completely


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Hey Friends !!!

Most of you already know what are the benefits of having strawberries. In this post I will share you with few more benefits that you never heard of. Lets get in to the details :


Shiny Teeth: Yes !! you read it correctly !! Its a proven fact that strawberries cause teeth whitening (shining teeth).All you have to do is , to make a mixture or paste kind and apply on your teeth regularly. Curious to know how to make a paste, below is the guide :

a) Crush or Squeeze the strawberries to a juicy, pulpy consistent
b) Add little baking soda
c) Take a tooth brush and apply gently onto your teeth
d) Leave it for 5 minutes
e) Rinse it thoroughly and now apply your favorite toothpaste and brush your teeth

Reduction in Heat Diseases:

It is said that, eating strawberries as part of your regular diet helps to reduce heart diseases. As Strawberries are power packed with vitamin C, they are the best source of folate, which is a nutrient that's suspected (but not proven) to help protect your heart.

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Tuesday, 22 October 2019

Best food to boost mind and mood !!



An enormous number of us, from time to time, end up to be sensitive, crabby, or basically sluggish and depleted. This could have a ton to do with your dietary model and ordinary dietary examples. 

Maybe the best factor for a perpetual trickiness could be a drop in glucose, or glucose. Eating little meals during that time instead of tremendous dinners could be of extraordinary help to keep your mind and personality impeccable. 

Regardless, on the flip-side eating on concentrated sweets isn't always an amazing response for keep your spirits high. 

Like most addictive drugs, concentrated sweets start a spike in the perspective because of their high sugar levels that are trailed by a manner annihilating drop that makes you have to scan for your next fix. These kind of sustenance's can leave an individual tired,depleted and much of the time upset

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Sunday, 13 October 2019

KAUVERY HOSPITALS HEALTH CHECKUP PACKAGES



Chennai's Kauvery Hospital is a leading, multi-speciality hospital offering best-in-class medical services for nearly 2 decades. With paramount focus on patient care, patient safety and patient satisfaction, we are committed to offer exemplary medical services going beyond the norm of healthcare.

Below are contact numbers:


Below are the list of health packages at Kauvery Hospitals @ Chennai :


PRIMARY HEALTH CHECK Package Rate @ Rs.2750/-
COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT HAEMOGLOBIN
  PACKED CELL VOLUME
  R.B.C COUNT
  MCHC, MCV, MCH
  TOTAL W.B.C/ DIFFERENTIAL COUNT
  E.S.R
  PLATELET COUNT
   
BLOOD SUGAR FASTING BLOOD SUGAR
  POST PRANDIAL BLOOD SUGAR
  HBA1C
   
RENAL PARAMETERS UREA
  CREATININE
  URIC ACID
   
LIPID PROFILE TOTAL CHOLESTEROL
  HDL CHOLESTEROL
  LDL CHOLESTEROL
  VLDL CHOLESTEROL
  TRIGLYCERIDES
  TOTAL CHOLESTEROL / HDL RATIO
   
LIVER FUNCTION TESTS TOTAL PROTEIN
  ALBUMIN
  GLOBULIN
  A/G RATIO
  SGPT
  SGOT
  ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE
  GGT
  BILIRUBIN TOTAL
  BILIRUBIN DIRECT
  BILIRUBIN INDIRECT
   
ENDOCRINE TSH
   
GENERAL TESTS ROUTINE URINE ANALYSIS
  ECG
  X- RAY CHEST PA VIEW
  ULTRASOUND ABDOMEN
  PHYSICIAN CONSULTATION

To book an appointment: call +91 9543647047

Below are the list of other health check up packages with the prices. 
Note: Please book an appointment while availing the health checkup.

Also, you can schedule an appointment by clicking any of the two options below :

Chennai : 044 40006000

Trichy - Cantonment :  0431 40777771

Trichy - Heartcity : 0431 4003500 | +91 9024290242

Trichy - Tennur : 0431 4022555

Hosur : 04344 272727

Karaikudi : 04565 244555

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Monday, 30 September 2019

Know everything about ASTHMA in Children

Under special posts of Children Health care, you will notice series of posts related to critical treatments.

Today, lets discuss about Asthma.
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Asthma is a long-term (chronic) lung disease that causes your child's airways to become sensitive to certain things (triggers). 

Several things happen to the airways when a child is exposed to triggers:


  • The lining around the airways swell.
  • The muscles around the airways tighten.The airways make more thick mucus than normal.
  • All of these things will cause the airways to narrow. 
  • This makes it difficult for air to go in and out of your child’s lungs and causes the symptoms of asthma.
Causes

The exact cause of asthma is not known. Researchers think it is partially passed down through families. But it can also be caused by many other things such as the environment, infections, and chemicals.

Risk Factors

A child is more likely to get asthma if he or she:

  • Is age 5 to 17 years old
  • Has family members with asthma
  • Has allergies
  • Is around tobacco smoke
  • Is around air pollution
  • Has another health problem such as sinus problems and being overweight
Symptoms

Symptoms can occur a bit differently in each child. Children with asthma have times when they have few, if any symptoms. They also have times when symptoms flare up. Symptoms may include:

  1. Cough that is either constant or comes and goes
  2. Wheezing or whistling sound that is heard while your child is breathing
  3. Trouble breathing or shortness of breath while your child is active
  4. Chest tightness
  5. Tiredness
  6. Cough at night
  7. Noisy breathing
  8. The symptoms of asthma can be like other health conditions. Make sure your child sees his or her healthcare provider for a diagnosis.
Know everything about ASTHMA in Children
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Diagnosis

To diagnose asthma, your child’s healthcare provider may recommend these tests:

Spirometry. A spirometer is a device used to check lung function. It can be done in young children, including infants. 

Peak flow monitoring. A peak flow meter is used to measure the amount of air a child can blow out of the lungs. This measurement is very important in checking how well your child’s asthma is being controlled.

Chest X-rays. This diagnostic test uses invisible energy beams to make images of internal tissues, bones, and organs on film.

Allergy tests. Allergy tests can show if your child has allergies that may be causing or worsening asthma.

Treatment

Treatment will depend on your child’s symptoms, age, and general health. It will also depend on how severe the condition is.

  • Your child’s healthcare provider may refer you to a pulmonologist. 
  • This is a doctor with special training to treat lung conditions. 
  • Your child may also be referred to an asthma and allergy specialist. 
  • Your child’s treatment is based on how severe his or her symptoms are and how easily they are controlled. 
  • Treatment includes finding triggers and ways to avoid them. It will also include medicines.

Know everything about ASTHMA in Children

Asthma medicines include:

Bronchodilators. These medicines are used to help open the narrowed airways. They may relieve coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing.

Anti-inflammatory medicines. These medicines help decrease the inflammation in the airways.

Anti-leukotrienes. These medicines help decrease the narrowing of the airways. These are usually given by mouth.

Immunotherapy. This can be used for severe asthma attacks in children ages 12 and older.

Complications

Asthma that is not well controlled may cause:

  1. Severe asthma attacks
  2. Lasting damage to the airways
  3. Increased time in the hospital or the emergency department
  4. Missed school or other activities
  5. Prevention
  6. Asthma can’t be completely prevented. 

There are steps you can take to reduce the chance of your child developing asthma. They include:

  • Avoiding secondhand smoke
  • Avoiding air pollution
In most children, asthma flare-ups can be prevented by:

  • Avoiding known triggers
  • Carefully managing symptoms
  • Taking medicines as instructed
  • Living with
  • You can help manage your child’s asthma by:

  • Finding out your child’s triggers and keeping him or her away from them.
  • Giving your child medicine as directed to prevent symptoms.
  • Creating and keeping an Asthma Action Plan.
  • Closely watching asthma signs and symptoms to know when they are getting worse.
  • Knowing what to do when asthma gets worse.
  • Work with your child’s healthcare provider to find the best way to take care of your child’s asthma. There are guidelines for children from newborn to age 4, ages 5 to 11, and ages 12 and older.

The more information a person with asthma has, the better the asthma can be controlled.

When to Call a Healthcare Provider???

Call your child’s healthcare provider if your child’s symptoms are not well-controlled. 

For example, your child is waking at night with symptoms or is having trouble with daily activities.

Call your child’s healthcare provider or get medical help right away if your child has severe 
symptoms. 

These severe symptoms can include trouble:

Breathing
Sleeping
Walking
Talking

Key Points:

  • Asthma is a long-term (chronic) lung disease that causes the airways to swell and make more mucus, and the muscles around the airways to tighten.

  • Asthma symptoms include trouble breathing, wheezing, chest tightness, and coughing.

  • Staying away from those things that cause asthma symptoms (triggers) is an important part of asthma treatment.

  • Medicines are used to prevent and control symptoms during flare-ups.

  • Asthma can cause serious complications if it is not well-controlled.

Know everything about ASTHMA in Children
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Next Steps

Tips to help you get the most from a visit to your child’s healthcare provider:

1. Know the reason for the visit and what you want to happen.

2. Before your visit, write down questions you want answered.

3. At the visit, write down the name of a new diagnosis, and any new medicines, treatments, or tests. 

4. Also write down any new instructions your provider gives you for your child.

5. Know why a new medicine or treatment is prescribed and how it will help your child. Also know        what the side effects are.

6. Ask if your child’s condition can be treated in other ways.

7. Know why a test or procedure is recommended and what the results could mean.

8. Know what to expect if your child does not take the medicine or have the test or procedure.

9. If your child has a follow-up appointment, write down the date, time, and purpose for that visit.

10. Know how you can contact your child’s provider after office hours. This is important if your child becomes ill and you have questions or need advice.


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Saturday, 28 September 2019

Importance of having health check up regularly


How often you are geared up to personal health checkup , in the past 6, 12, 18, 24 months? If you have answer as "NO" this post is for your. Even you have answer "YES", below information makes you thing twice , what all tests you have undergone as per your age criteria.



Once you purchase a vehicle !! donot you get excited ?? Yes, of course!! whats the matter here !!
My question to you now is, how often you pay Vehicle insurance ? - yearly ...and there after you renew periodically. This insurance cover is for Vehicle, Rider and Pillion ( if its 2 Wheeler vehicle).
When we are so determined to renew insurance for vehicle and give it for regular servicing.
My question here is, why are neglecting ....no...no ....not concerned about our health...which is utmost important to live longer life for ourselves, family ,friends and well-wishers.

I have seen many people bargain with their health and health related Eco-system, which should not be done. 
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Below are the list of whole body health check packages, select / opt the best one as per your age/criteria/ requirement

Basic Health Check

Sugar
-- Blood Sugar (Fasting)
LFT (Liver Profile) --SGOT, SGPT, Total Protein, Total Bilirubin, Direct Bil., Indirect Bil., 
Alk. Phosp., GGT, Albumin, Globulin
KFT (Kidney Profile) --Urea, Creatinine, Uric Acid, Calcium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Potassium, 
Chloride
Lipid (Cholesterol Profile) --Total Cholesterol, HDL Chol., Triglycerides, LDL Chol., VLDL Chol., 
Ratios
CBC --Hemoglobin, Platelet Count, TLC (WBC), Total RBC, DLC% [Neutro, 
Mono, Lympho, Eosino, Baso], Absolute DLC Counts, Hematocrit, MCV,
 MCH, MCHC, RDW-CV.

importance of having health checkup regularly


ADVANCE CARE HEALTH CHECK UP PACKAGE:



Sugar Blood Sugar (Fasting)
LFT (Liver Profile) SGOT, SGPT, Total Protein, Total Bilirubin, Direct Bil., Indirect Bil., 
Alk. Phosp., GGT, Albumin, Globulin
KFT (Kidney Profile) Urea, Creatinine, Uric Acid, Calcium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Potassium,
Chloride
Lipid (Cholesterol Profile) Total Cholesterol, HDL Chol., Triglycerides, LDL Chol., VLDL Chol.,
 Ratios
CBC Hemoglobin, Platelet Count, TLC (WBC), Total RBC, DLC% [Neutro,
 Mono, Lympho, Eosino, Baso], Absolute DLC Counts, Hematocrit, MCV,
 MCH, MCHC, RDW-CV.
Vitamins Vitamin D (25-OH) & Vitamin B12
Thyroid Profile [Free]: FT3, FT4, TSH
HbA1c 90-Day Average Blood Sugar
Iron Profile Iron, TIBC, %Transferrin Sat.


Senior Citizen -Female Checkup

Importance of having health check up regularly

ECG Electrocardiogram
Mammography Mammogram Bilateral Breasts
X-Ray Digital X-Ray Chest PA
Ultrasound Ultrasound Whole Abdomen
Cardiac Risk Markers HsCRP, Homocysteine, Apolipoprotien A-1, Apolipoprotien B
Thyroid Profile Profile [Free]: FT3, FT4, TSH
Hb A1c 90-Day Average Blood Sugar
LFT - Liver Function Test SGOT, SGPT, Total Protein, Total Bilirubin, Direct Bil., Indirect Bil.,
 Alk. Phosp., GGT, Albumin, Globulin
KFT - Kidney Function Test Urea, Creatinine, Uric Acid, Calcium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Potassium,
 Chloride
Lipid Profile Total Cholesterol, HDL Chol., Triglycerides, LDL Chol., VLDL Chol.,
 Ratios
Iron Profile Iron, TIBC, %Transferrin Sat.
Sugar Blood Sugar (Fasting)
RA Factor Rheumatoid Factor
Vitamin D (25-Hydroxy)
Vit B12 Level
CBC Hemoglobin, Platelet Count, TLC (WBC), Total RBC, DLC%
 [Neutro, Mono, Lympho, Eosino, Baso], Absolute DLC Counts, 
Hematocrit, MCV, MCH, MCHC, RDW-CV.
Urine Tests Urine Routine/Microscopic Tests
Stool Tests Stool Occult Blood

Sunday, 28 July 2019

First Aid Manual Free Apollo Hospitals

Hey!! Healthy Citizens !!!

Here is the First Aid manual from Apollo Hospitals. Please give a read, and also share with your family , friends, neighbors. Its quite useful and very informative

Hope you enjoy learning new stuff !!

DOWNLOAD BY CLICKING HERE......