Halitosis is a foul smell emanating from the mouth. Many people across the world suffer from this problem which often causes them embarrassement. Companies manufacturing dental products often use this problem in their advertisements.
Goitre refers to the enlargement of the thyroid gland which results in the swelling of the throat region. Though it is non-cancerous and usually painless, if it becomes too large, it starts causing difficulty in swallowing and breathing.
Gout is a painful metabolic disease resulting in inflammation and the deposition of uric acid in the cartilages of the joints. Gout first affects the big toe causing it to swell and become very painful.
Gallstone formation is the most common disorder of the biliary tract. The process of formation of gallstones is called cholelithiasis in modern medicine. Though men and women both suffer from gallstones, their prevalence is much more in middle aged women.
Flatulence is the presence of excessive air or gas in the stomach or intestines that bloats the organs. It may be an ordinary disease - eight out of ten people suffer from it - but it is an embarrassing situation to pass fowl-smelling gas..
Fatigue can be caused by any or some of the reasons given ahead: Sleep disturbances such as not enough sleep, too much sleep, sleep apnea, shift work (changing shifts, night shifts) and alcohol can cause fatigue.
Erectile Dysfunction, or impotency, is a sexual problem in males because of which erection cannot be maintained or the erection is not firm enough for sexual intercourse. In Ayurveda, this condition is known as Klaibya..
Haemorrhage or bleeding from the nose is called epistaxis. It is a sign of vitiated body heat and is often associated with high blood pressure and some other systemic diseases caused by excessive heat in the body.
Anorexia means the loss of desire to have food even when one is hungry. This disease is known as aruchi in Ayurveda. This condition can arise due to a sedentary lifestyle, stress and wrong eating patterns.
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