Vertigo is the sensation that you are spinning, moving, or shifting, or the space around you is. People with mild vertigo experience slight disorientation; it’s barely noticeable. However, for some people, vertigo can be so severe that they struggle to maintain their balance and perform everyday tasks.
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If you experience trauma to your head, seek medical attention immediately.
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According to the Administration for Community Living, one in four American adults has chronic knee pain. Based on the severity of the symptoms and the condition, treatments can range from pain medication to surgical intervention. In many cases, effectively addressing the root cause of the pain is the best option.
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The heart has four valves—tricuspid, pulmonary, mitral, and aortic—that maintain blood flow in the correct direction. When one of these valves doesn’t open or close correctly, blood flow can be disrupted. This is an alarming situation. As the heart struggles to pump enough blood through the body, heart failure can occur.
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Spasmodic dysphonia is a common neurological disorder that affects a person’s voice and speech. It’s caused by involuntary contractions of the vocal cord muscles (collectively known as the voice box). These contractions create speech interruptions and often make the voice sound raspy, breathy, or whispery.
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As one of the most common types of musculoskeletal pain, back pain affects millions of people across the globe. A poor spine affects your overall health, mobility, flexibility, comfort, and mental health.
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Allergies can worsen during winter, resulting in a sore and scratchy throat, a runny nose,watery eyes, and a constant headache.
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Around 27 million people in U.S visit an ENT Specialist every year.
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While shoulder pain can be treated with lifestyle changes, physical therapy, medication, and steroids, surgery may be required for serious cases. If you have severe shoulder arthritis, a frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tears, or fractured bones that form the shoulder joint, you may require total shoulder replacement.
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According to research, approximately 30 million Americans suffer from some form of sleep apnea. However, only six million are formally diagnosed with the condition.
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