17 Secrets of Longevity

Protect DNA As one grows older, The structure at both ends of the chromosome called telomere will become shorter and shorter. This may make people more likely to get sick. Perhaps you would think, There is nothing we can do about it. But the latest research found that: Lifestyle changes may add enzymes that lengthen telomeres, And diet and exercise can also protect telomeres. Therefore, Healthy living habits can delay aging at the cellular level. A serious 80-year study found that [Serious] personality is one of the secrets of longevity. Researchers evaluated many indicators, Such as attention to details, patience, etc. It is found that serious people will do more things in pursuit of health. And can handle interpersonal relationships Read More …

Are diabetics addicted to insulin?

In the treatment of diabetes, there are too many misconceptions about insulin, and many advertisements for ill-intentioned drugs even sell “farewell to insulin”. Today, Dr. Clove answered all the questions that everyone cared about. Is insulin addictive? Many patients will ask: Will insulin be dependent and addictive? Dr. Clove can responsibly tell you: Insulin itself is a hormone normally secreted by the human body. There is no dependence on insulin. Also not addictive. In some patients with acute pancreatitis, insulin secretion is also affected, and insulin is also needed to control blood sugar during treatment. After the pancreatitis recovers, insulin is no longer needed, which is the best evidence that insulin is not dependent. Insulin is only used in the Read More …

The mind is drowsy and can’t remember things. Cerebral insufficiency should not be treated indiscriminately.

The neighbor’s Aunt Wang is 65 years old this year. She always feels groggy and can’t remember anything. Looking at the various recommendations in the advertisement, I bought [magnetotherapeutic apparatus], [electrotherapeutic apparatus], A lot of money was spent, The effect is not seen. I really can’t bear to go to a regular hospital for an examination. The doctor said it was [chronic cerebral insufficiency], It has something to do with her long-term poor control of hypertension. Aunt Wang usually has a little high blood pressure, Antihypertensive drugs are high to eat, not high to stop, originally also for this set of antihypertensive methods complacent, didn’t want to hurt her. In order to try to avoid similar situations in aunt Wang, Read More …

How do heart patients do rehabilitation exercises?

经常会有心脏病患者问, 自己是不是只能静养. In fact, the mainstream view of domestic cardiologists is: Stable heart disease patients can do proper exercise, Exercise is beneficial to the recovery of heart disease. Failure to do any exercise will further reduce the patient’s cardiac function. Scientific exercise can gradually improve cardiovascular adaptability, Reduce the number of heart attacks. Rehabilitation doctors will evaluate the patient’s heart function, formulate personalized exercise plans, guide the patient to exercise step by step, and combine measures such as emotional control, weight loss, balanced diet, smoking cessation, risk factor assessment, etc. to help the patient reach the maximum potential of heart function.

Why do cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases occur frequently in autumn and winter? How do we deal with it?

Autumn and winter are the high incidence periods of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. The incidence and mortality rates of hypertension, myocardial infarction, angina pectoris, arrhythmia and stroke often increase greatly at this stage. Why do cardiovascular and cerebrovascular accidents occur frequently in autumn and winter? How should we deal with it? Reason 1: Low Temperature Cold often leads to faster heartbeat and vasoconstriction, thus increasing blood pressure and heart load, increasing the probability of angina pectoris and myocardial infarction. Some studies have shown that for every 10 ℃ drop in temperature, the risk of heart disease increases by 7%. Coping strategies Pay attention to keeping warm, especially for the middle-aged and the elderly, autumn clothes and trousers, sweaters and trousers, Read More …

With cataract, do you still believe these five rumors?

Cataract is a very common eye disease, no matter in our country or in the world, is one of the main causes of blindness. There are various rumors about cataract circulating on the Internet, TV, advertisements and neighbors. Many patients cannot distinguish right from wrong, and even delay their illness. What is cataract? How should it be treated? Which rumors are simply unreliable? Myth 1: Only the elderly will get cataract? In our eyes, The lens that acts as a lens, Turbidity has occurred, This condition is called cataract. In fact, There are many causes of cataracts. Among them, Cataracts that are closely related to age are the most common, This type of cataract is called senile cataract or age-related Read More …

Dementia-Health Question and Answer

In today’s society where sexual information is everywhere, talking about sex with adolescent children as parents is actually a kind of protection for children, allowing children to reserve more knowledge and to suffer as little harm as possible. So, are you ready to have a talk about sex with your children? Let’s take a look. We should pay attention to what during this conversation. Give teenagers enough respect, Nowadays, teenagers are often labeled as lazy, exotic and irresponsible. Of course, It also includes promiscuity. Adolescence can be said to be the most unpleasant period in life: Without what autonomy, one must go to school every day, and one’s leisure time is stuffed with various arrangements by parents. As a teenager, Read More …

Is Parkinson’s disease what?

Parkinson’s disease is what? Parkinson ‘s disease is a chronic neurodegenerative disorder of the central nervous system, First discovered by British doctor James Parkinson, The main symptoms he observed at that time included slow movement, muscle rigidity, resting tremor and balance disorders. This is completely consistent with the clinical manifestations of Parkinson’s disease we described today. In memory of this doctor, In 1997, The European Parkinson’s Federation (EPDA) designated his birthday April 11 as World Parkinson’s Day. Today is the 19th World Parkinson’s Day. Dr. Clove hopes that through this article, Let more people know more about the disease. Many people often confuse Parkinson’s disease with Alzheimer’s disease (commonly known as Alzheimer’s disease). In fact, these two diseases are different. Read More …

How to treat osteoarthritis?

Many middle-aged and elderly friends have the problem of knee joint pain. Some people show persistent blunt pain in the knee joint, some have swelling of the joint, and some show sudden sharp pain during activities, resulting in [beating soft legs]. This is mostly the manifestation of osteoarthritis. In another article < < always knee pain, what should I do? > >, we introduced the related problems of osteoarthritis in detail. So, how to treat osteoarthritis? Early conservative treatment Early osteoarthritis should be treated conservatively, which can effectively relieve symptoms and delay the development of the disease. 1. Pay attention to the protection of articular cartilage Try to avoid intense, excessive and heavy-bearing activities, such as repeated squatting, climbing stairs, Read More …

On the Self-cultivation of Square Dancers

The boundless end of the world is my love, Flowers are blooming at the foot of the continuous green mountains…] Every time I hear such music, Grandma Liu always dances to the dynamic rhythm involuntarily. Square dancing is a popular aerobic exercise. It can not only exercise [big] muscles in arms and thighs, It can also enhance cardiopulmonary function. As long as there is an open space with divine comedy, Grandma Liu and her old sisters will jump up without thunder. However, you can take it easy, Grandma Liu, be careful of your knees! Knees should be saved from using a layer of articular cartilage on the bone surface of the knee joint. It is like putting a [safety helmet] Read More …