A number of methods and exercises have been developed that help a person both mentally and physically during withdrawal. Specific supplements can help with diarrhea, vomiting or other symptoms. Assists are simple and gentle procedures that help relieve physical pain and mental anxiety. Objective exercises calm a person’s mind and enable him to direct his attention toward recovery and the future and get attention off pain and the past. Those going through this process often remark on how manageable this withdrawal procedure is.

This is followed by an innovative detoxification step. Opiate abusers experience a mental fog from using these drugs (as do users of many drugs). Drug residues that are not fully eliminated from the body can cause this fog to persist, even long after drugs are discontinued. The Narconon New Life Detoxification combines sauna, exercise and nutrition to activate the body’s ability to flush out these residual toxins. The result is clearer thinking and an improved outlook on life. Most people also state that their cravings for drugs are greatly reduced or eliminated altogether.

A person who wishes to stay drug-free for the long haul must then overcome a mental or psychological need for drugs. This means building the skills to deal with life as it is, without hiding or trying to escape. This is the final phase of the Narconon program.

Learn how this program can help someone you love recover from an addiction that may seem hopeless.

Bei der Influenza handelt es sich um eine Infektionskrankheit bei Menschen, die durch Viren ausgelöst wird. Es handelt sich dabei umgangssprachlich um eine Virusgrippe, die auch echte Grippe genannt wird. Häufig werden fälschlicherweise auch harmloserer Viruserkrankungen, wie ein grippaler Infekt als Grippe bezeichnet. Die echte Grippe wird durch Viren aus dem Influenzavirus A oder B ausgelöst und ist nicht mit einem grippalen Infekt vergleichbar, da der Krankheitsverlauf schwerwiegender ist.

Erkrankungen, die durch Influenzaviren hervorgerufen werden, gibt es weltweit und werden in den meisten Fällen durch die Viren aus der Gruppe Influenzaviren A oder B ausgelöst. Diese Viruserkrankungen haben unterschiedlichste Auslöser und Ursachen. Auch die Behandlungsmethoden sind vielfältig. In seltenen Fällen kommt es aber auch zu Erkrankungen, die durch Influenza C Viren ausgelöst werden. Dieses Krankheitsbild ist jährlich aber nur bei ca 20 bis 30 Prozent der Menschen weltweit zu finden. In seltenen Fällen spricht man auch von einer Epidemie, das ist der Fall, wenn sich der Virus sehr schnell in einem Gebiet ausbreitet und eine Mehrheit der dort lebenden Menschen betroffen ist.

Da es sich um eine Viruserkrankung handelt, begünstigt ein schwaches Immunsystem die Ansteckungsgefahr um ein Vielfaches. Die Influenza Viruserkrankung wird als Tröpfcheninfektion über die Schleimhäute übertragen. Dazu zählen, Mund, Nase, Augen und Atemwege. Der Virus erreicht den Körper über diese Eintrittsorte und wird durch andere erkrankte Personen durch, Niesen, Sprechen, Husten und Atmen übertragen. Die größeren Tröpfchen, die dabei entstehen, sinken sehr schnell nach unten und verkleben dann an rauen Oberflächen.

Wenn die Exspirationströpfchen aber bereits in der Luft trocknen, können die darin enthaltenen Viren sich über die Luft verteilen und über mehrere Stunden infektiös bleiben. Dieses Verbreitungsschema wird besonders in den Wintertagen durch eine trockene und warme Heizungsluft begünstigt, die dazu beiträgt, dass sich der Influenza Virus besonders im Winter schnell ausbreiten kann. Auch durch das Berühren von Infizierten oder Oberflächen, an denen sich bereits Tröpfchen Erreger befinden, kann man sich schnell anstecken. Die Viren überleben auf glatten Oberflächen zwei Tage und können so durch Berühren mit den Händen leicht in die eigenen Schleimhäute gelangen.

Bei der Influenza gibt es eine Vielzahl an Symptomen, die nicht alle auftreten müssen und auch in verschiedenen Zeitabschnitten auftreten können. Nach der Ansteckung kann es zwei Tage dauern, bis sich die ersten Symptome bemerkbar machen. Oft werden die zahlreichen Symptome auch mit einer anderen Atemwegserkrankung oder einen grippalem Infekt verwechselt.
Zu den Symptomen zählen ein stark ausgeprägtes Unwohlsein und ein allgemeines Krankheitsgefühl. Auch hohes Fieber, das bis 40 Grad auftritt und Schüttelfrost, sind Begleiter des Influenza Virus. Auch ausgeprägte Appetitlosigkeit und Übelkeit, die durchaus auch zum Erbrechen führen kann, werden immer wieder als Symptome von Infizierten Personen genannt.

Zusätzlich treten Kopfschmerzen und Gliederschmerzen vermehrt auf, sodass sich die Infizierten Personen oftmals nicht mehr dazu in Stande fühlen einem normalen Tagesablauf nachzukommen. Ausgeprägte Müdigkeit und Lustlosigkeit schließen sich den Symptomen der Influenza gerne an. Sehr häufig kommt es auch zu einem trockenen Hals und einer trockenen Kehle, die nicht selten zu einem trockenen und anstrengenden Husten führen können. Auch eine sehr angeschwollene Nasenschleimhaut, die zu einer laufenden Nase führt und starkes Augentränen, das nicht nur lästig ist, sondern auch oftmals zu Verkrustungen führen kann, ist ein häufiges Symptom bei dieser Viruserkrankung.

Eine eindeutige Diagnose wird in den meisten Fällen mithilfe eines Nasenabstrichs aus dem hinteren Nasenbereich gestellt, oder aus einem Abstrich aus dem Rachen. Aufgrund dieser Abstriche kann man eine gute Diagnose stellen. Auch eine Blutuntersuchung gibt Aufschluss, ob es sich um eine Influenza Infektion handelt. Des Weiteren gibt es auch einen speziellen Influenza Test, der innerhalb von 15 Minuten eine klare Diagnose stellen kann, dieser Test ist eine wichtige Hilfe bei der Diagnosestellung. Eine weitere wichtige Methode ist Influenza PCR diese Methode basiert auf der Molekularbiologie und bietet die Möglichkeit eine Diagnose zu stellen.

Eine Influenza Viruserkrankung wird in den meisten Fällen mit antiviralen Medikamenten behandelt. Diese Medikamente sind verschreibungspflichtig und sollen den Krankheitsverlauf verkürzen und die Symptome abschwächen. Ein wichtiger Punkt bei diesen Medikamenten ist eine genaue Beachtung der Dosierung und der Art der Einnahme. Hierbei sollte man unbedingt auf die Anweisungen des behandelnden Arztes vertrauen.

Auch die Behandlung einzelner Symptome ist möglich, so werden gegebenenfalls Mittel eingenommen um das Fieber zu senken oder um das allgemeine Unwohlsein zu behandeln. Diese Medikamente dienen allerdings nicht der Eliminierung der Viren oder der Verhinderung der Vermehrung der Viren. Wenn es während einer Influenza Infektion auch zu einer bakteriellen Infektion kommt, ist es ratsam, dieser mit einer Antibiotika Behandlung zu begegnen. Des Weiteren ist es ratsam über dem gesamten Zeitraum der Influenza Erkrankung ausreichend viel Flüssigkeit zu sich zunehmen, um einer Austrocknung vorzubeugen, auch eine gute Luftfeuchtigkeit und Medikamente die dabei helfen die Nasenschleimhaut zu beruhigen sind empfehlenswert.

Das Anhalten der Symptome bei einer Influenza Viruserkrankung verläuft über einen Zeitraum zwischen 7 und 14 Tagen. Erst wenn die Influenza Viren komplett bekämpft worden sind, kann man von einer Genesung sprechen. Meistens beginnt die Infektion sehr plötzlich und braucht dann Ihre Zeit, bis sie wieder abheilt. Auch Nachwirkungen wie Appetitlosigkeit und anhaltende Schwächegefühle wie bei einer beginnenden Erkrankung können noch mehrere Wochen nach behandelter Influenza Infektion auftreten.

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Iodine deficiency is most common in parts of the world farther from large water bodies. Therefore, people living in inland areas and those in arid regions are usually iodine deficient because they do not eat marine foods.

According to a WHO (World Health Organization) statement made in 2007, about 2 billion of the world’s population do not get sufficient iodine from their diets. The WHO called iodine deficiency the single, most important but preventable cause of mental retardation.

Besides those who live too far away from marine life and so do not get enough iodine in their diet, other groups of people who are prone to iodine deficiency include:

  • Pregnant women
  • People exposed to radiation
  • People with selenium deficiency

Iodine deficiency can also be caused by chemicals such as perchlorates, thiocyanates and also goitrogens such as calcium. In addition, tobacco and alcohol intake may increase the risk of this deficiency.

In addition, women are more likely than men to develop iodine deficiency.

A 24-hour urine iodine collection is the most common medical test for diagnosing iodine deficiency. The body eliminates 90% of the iodine ingested daily in the urine, therefore, the level of iodine in urine is a good indication of the amount of iodine found in the body.

Iodine deficiency causes a number of medical disorders including goiter and cretinism.

Other symptoms of iodine deficiency include depression, fatigue, hair loss, weight gain, impaired memory and mental abilities, slow heartbeats and increased sensitivity to cold.

Goiter is the medical term for the enlargement of the thyroid gland. When this gland swells, it can also cause the swelling of the larynx and neck.

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Travelers who return from a place where they may have been bitten by a mosquito carrying Zika, but do not have symptoms, can ask their doctor to be tested, but they will likely be low priority. Typically if a person does get sick, the symptoms will last for several days to a week.

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The lungs of infected monkeys were destroyed in just days as their immune systems went into overdrive after a Canadian laboratory rebuilt the virus.

The reason for the lethal nature of the 1918 flu was never fully understood.

But the experts behind this test say they have found a human gene which may help explain its unusual virulence.

They are hoping to help control any future pandemic and believe that the strain may hold clues that will help them.

Despite the large number of casualties at the time, doctors had no way to preserve tissue samples taken from infected patients, so researchers used an ingenious method to overcome this.

The preserved body of a flu victim buried in Arctic permafrost was exhumed, and they painstakingly extracted the genetic material needed to work out the structure of the H1N1 virus.

Then, in a maximum "biosafety" facility at Canada's National Microbiology Laboratory they reconstructed a fully functioning virus, and infected macaque monkeys to see what would happen.

Writing in the journal Nature, they reported that the results were startling. Symptoms appeared within 24 hours of exposure to the virus, and the subsequent destruction of lung tissue was so widespread that, had the monkeys not been killed a few days later, they would literally have drowned in their own blood.

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One cohort study12

Not superior to placebo in nocturnal cough or sleep quality in the child or parents

One cohort study12

Not superior to placebo in nocturnal cough or sleep quality in the child or parents

Cochrane review of two RCTs10

No difference in severity of symptoms, peak of symptom severity, number of days of fever, or parental report of severity score compared with placebo

Low-dose inhaled corticosteroids

Cochrane review of two studies8

No decrease in the number of episodes requiring oral corticosteroids, emergency department visits, hospital admissions, the frequency of wheezing, or duration of episodes

One RCT of a five-day course9

No significant difference in duration of hospitalization, interval between admission and discharge, mean seven-day symptom score reported by a parent, or hospital readmission for wheezing within one month compared with placebo

Cochrane review of two studies11

No more effective than placebo for cough

OTC antihistamine with decongestant

Cochrane review of two studies11

No more effective than placebo for cough

Cochrane review of three studies11

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Chemical Family: Coumarins, Indandiones, and other Anti-coagulants - warfarin(C)

Action on Human System: Prevents blood from clotting

  • Internal Exposure: Usually no reaction if low accidental dose ingested
  • External Exposure: Minnimal
  • Chronic Exposure:

Chemical Family: Sodium Fluoroacetate - Compound 1080(T)


Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

Action on Human System: Extremely toxic. Affects heart tissue and brain

  • Internal Exposure: Stomach pain, vomiting, hallucination, nervousness
  • External Exposure: Minimal
  • Chronic Exposure:


Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

Action on Human System: Highly toxic; severe intestinal irritation; severe injury to liver, kidneys, nervous system and heart

  • Internal Exposure: Intense nausea stomach pain, excitement, chills, cough
  • External Exposure: Minimal
  • Chronic Exposure:


Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

Action on Human System: Highly toxic; blood system injury; injury to liver, nervous system, heart, and kidneys

  • Internal Exposure: Breath has garlic odor; feces may glow and smoke from phosphorus fumes; vomiting and diarrhea; burning pain in throat, stomach, and intestines
  • External Exposure: Dermal exposure usually low; irritates nose and throat
  • Chronic Exposure:


Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

Action on Human System: Acts directly on cells in the brain and spinal cord to cause convulsions

  • Internal Exposure: Blue skin color; violent convulsions
  • External Exposure: Minimal
  • Chronic Exposure:


Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

Action on Human System: Low toxicity

  • Internal Exposure: Prompt vomiting and nausea
  • External Exposure: Minimal
  • Chronic Exposure: Excreted rapidly; not retained in body


Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

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Hallo erstmal, Ich (m) bin 22 Jahre alt und Student. Normalerweise bin ich eigentlic.

Kann eine Grippe auch zu Meningitis führen? Ich liege im Bett mit Fieber, Husten und.

Hallo, ich komme gerade von einem KA-Termin mit meiner kleinen Tochter (7,5 Monate).

Die Influenza-Saison beginnt wie jedes Jahr mit einem Impfaufruf. Impfen lassen, ja oder nein? netdoktor hilft bei der Entscheidungsfindung.

Haemophilus influenzae ist ein Bakterium, von dem früher fälschlicherweise angenommen wurde, dass es der "echten Grippe" (Influenza) zugrunde liegt, …

Die Impfung gegen die Influenza soll vor der "echten Grippe" schützen. Besonders kranke und ältere Menschen sollten diese in Erwägung ziehen.

Myositis is the medical term for muscle inflammation. In myositis, inflammation damages the fibers of a muscle. This causes muscles to be weak by interfering with the ability of the muscles to contract. Although myositis can cause muscle aches and muscle tenderness, weakness is usually the dominant symptom.

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Tiredness. An unwavering, incessant feeling of "I just want to lay down and do nothing". In fact, doing nothing and thinking nothing sounds like the PERFECT idea and you want to start right now -- even if you're at work in the middle of a board meeting. Any task, be it big or small, is just too much work for you to handle and you want nothing more than to just sit or lay somewhere peacefully. You are quite literally sapped of energy.

Socially Inept. This isn't being "shy", this interacting with a wall who has recently been reincarnated into a human being. The things you say to people are incomprehensible and things said to you might as well be in a whole different language. Unlike the irritability symptoms of sleep deprivation, you're fine with everyone around you and you don't even mind talking to people -- you just can't understand what they are saying nor can you communicate effectively with them.

Note: If you're not real big talker or a "social butterfly" as its called, then this is one of those symptoms of sleep deprivation that you're bound to miss.

If You Have Any Of These Symptoms, Then Consider Using This Natural Insomnia Cure Instead of OTC Sleep Aids. More Often Than Not, Regular Use of Sleeping Pills Worsen Insomnia Problems.

Stress Cracker. Just as it says, this sign of sleep deprivation causes you to crack, fold, and just topple-over from any amount of stress or pressure. You feel like the whole world is on your shoulders and you can't solve any problem you are faced with. You feel, in a word, helpless.

Memory Loss. You aren't brain damaged or anything, but the lack of sleep and severe sleep deprivation has definitely impaired your cognition. Seconds, minutes, or hours ago, it doesn't matter -- you just can't recollect anything specifically in your mind. Its more of a "hazy" memory rather than an all together non-existent one.

Bad Concentration. One of the many signs of sleep deprivation that can seriously interfere in the work place. You just can't seem to focus on anything you're doing, no matter how inconsequential it may seem. Not only do you have poor focus and mental concentration, but your reaction time is slowed significantly as well. This is one of the more serious effects of insomnia as it literally has an affect on EVERYTHING you do.

Strange Appetite Changes. This symptom of sleep deprivation will cause you to either be super hungry all the time or it'll make you not want to eat anything at all, ever. Whatever the case may be, it's definitely not a normal thing and you may wind up losing weight or even gaining weight depending on how long this period of sleep deprivation lasts.

So, are these symptoms of sleep deprivation affecting you? If they are, then it's time to do something about it and treat your sleeplessness before it gets worse. These signs of sleep deprivation might not like seem like a big deal when they first appear, but don't be fooled, they can and WILL interfere with how you live your life.

Lexapro withdrawal symptoms can, and will, appear if you stop taking the medication abruptly, even if you have only been taking it for a few weeks. Most doctors recommend and with prescribe a weaning or tapering dosage to decrease the likelihood of increased side effects. The Lexapro withdrawal symptoms can be quite unpleasant and harmful, especially if you have been taking a larger daily dose, and it is important to fully discuss the best course of action with your physician. Make sure that your family and/or friends are aware of the Lexapro withdrawal symptoms as well, so that they can keep an eye on you if you happen to be suffering them without your knowledge.

Lexapro is a medication that is used to treat anxiety and various forms of depression. It is formally classified as one of the widely accepted and used serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Lexapro is effective by altering the levels of serotonin in the brain, which can balance the levels in most people. It is important to know that they don’t work for everyone and you can still have the Lexapro withdrawal symptoms if it has not worked but you have been taking it for more than a couple weeks. Doctors can prescribe Lexapro for other disorders outside of anxiety and depression, but it is not approved for use besides these two conditions.

Almost 1 in 3 people that stop taking an SSRI, such as Lexapro, suffer one or more of the following withdrawal symptoms. By tapering off the dose with your physician you can minimize the likelihood of this happening. Common Lexapro withdrawal symptoms include: flu-like symptoms, fatigue, nausea, sleep interruption, dizziness, uncontrollable shaking, sensory alterations, increased anxiety, and headaches. One of the more rare, but more intense, Lexapro withdrawal symptoms is a sensation that is often referred to as a “brain shock”- a feeling that the head is being electrocuted. Most withdrawal symptoms disappear after a few days, but there have been cases where they have lasted over a month.

Discussing the discontinuation or change in dosage with your physician is the most effective way to reduce and even prevent the withdrawal symptoms. They will usually prescribe a gradual dosing down that will stretch over a few months, allowing your brain to adjust slowly to this change. The slower that you can let your brain adjust the less Lexapro withdrawal symptoms that you will have to experience.

I have been on Lexapro for 4 years. only 10mg. I have been taking about 4 or 5 pills a week. or every other day. but I feel weak and bad like flue symptons. Dr. said I could cut back on these I am 70 years old in Farley good shape, I also take a blood pressure pill. so am I messing up not taking them every day?

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    Negative results take longer to confirm (about 4 days) than positive ones. A negative result for a suspect herd also runs into thr problem of how many pigs should be sampled and for how long.

    The tissues of choice for virus detection are the tonsils, but mandibular, maxillary and mesenteric lymph nodes and any other organs showing lesions can be useful.

    In the UK epidemic, diagnostic tests commonly used for confirming diagnoses are RT-PCR (polymerase chain reaction), fluorescent antibody test & virus isolation.

    Immunotolerance to CSF is a recognised phenomenon. Infection during fetal life results in a lifelong high level of viraemia without any antibody response. These pigs are a dangerous source of infection and can only be detected by virus isolation, or immunohistochemistry after death.

    In 1996, eight suspected cases of CSF were reported to the U.K. Veterinary Laboratories Agency. Five of these followed autopsies undertaken at regional Veterinary Investigation Laboratories. Two cases were subsequently diagnosed as thrombocytopenic purpura, the most common differential diagnosis for swine fever. Amongst the others were individual cases of erysipelas, Pasteurella infection and colisepticaemia.
    The other three reported suspect cases were all negative for swine fever.

    In 1995, 10 suspected cases of CSF were reported to the U.K. Veterinary Laboratories Agency. All were negative. In young pigs the commonest differential disease is Purpura haemorrhagica. Similar autopsy findings in older pigs are usually due to blocking of capillaries by immune complexes, mostly involving Erysipelothrix. The classic sources of mistaken CSF diagnoses in the 1950s and 1960s were Streptococcal septicaemia and Salmonella choleraesuis infection. These are only occasionally seen nowadays in the U.K.

    Border disease virus occasionally infects pigs. In this past this closely related pestivirus has resulted in false positive antibody tests for classical swine fever

    Reference: Lund, L.J., (1996), The Pig Journal, Vol. 37, p.55.

    A new swine disease which closely resembles CSF is porcine dermatitis and nephropathy syndrome (PDNS). Many cases of PDNS are being reported as suspected swine fever outbreaks.

    Chikungunya symptoms are similar to diseases such as Dengue, Malaria and Leptospirosis and hence misdiagnosis can occur in areas where chikungunya is not common. Chikungunya was known as Dengue fever for a long time. When it comes to symptoms, there is little difference between Chikungunya and Dengue. In some patients, symptoms of Chikungunya may persist for years.

    Chikungunya is diagnosed by ELISA blood test. Blood test is the only reliable way to identify Chikungunya since the symptoms are similar to much more deadly dengue fever. Also co-occurance of these diseases are seen in many places.

    Chikungunya is confirmed when symptoms such as fever and joint pain seen along with one of the following,

    • Four fold HI(Haemagglutination Inhibition) antibody difference in paired serum samples. This turns positive within 5 to 8 days of infection.
    • Detection of IgM antibodies. These antibodies persist upto 6 months of infection, but currently there is no commercial tests available.
    • Virus isolation from serum.
    • Detection of virus nucleic acid in serum by RT-PCR. This needs to be conducted within 5 days of infection.

    Food Intolerance is caused when the digestive system is unable to completely break down food into smaller components due to insufficient amount of enzymes produced. Digestive enzymes are small proteins which break down food into smaller components that are possible to be absorbed by our guts. The unabsorbed food becomes a free meal for the bacteria that live in our digestive tract. As a result of its consumption by the bacteria we suffer the classic symptoms of bloating, tummy cramps, gas, wind and in many cases diarrhoea. The most common form of food intolerance is lactose intolerance which affects more than half the world population. Luckily this can easily be treated by digesting enzymes available from here see below.

    Food intolerance is completely different from food allergy and the two should not be mixed. Food allergy is caused by a response of the immune system against food proteins, thinking they are harmful substances. Food intolerance is not food poisoning, which is caused by toxic substances that would cause symptoms in anyone who ate the food. Food intolerance is not life threatening either.

    • Lactose Intolerance - is caused when insufficient lactase is produced. Lactase breaks down lactose the sugar found in milk. Read More »»
    • Baby Colic - medical research established that half babies suffering from colic is due to decreased level of lactase production. Read More »»
    • Carbohydrate Intolerance - the inability to completely digest carbohydrates such as starch. It hinders overweight people from loosing weight. Read More »»
    • Alcohol Intolerance - particularly common by Asians from the Far East. Lacking the enzyme that breaks down alcohol can make people ill. Read More »»
    • Coeliac Disease - demonstrates symptoms for both food allergy and food intolerance. This is a very important topic and has a dedicated page. Coeliacs are not the only persons affected, simply drinking beer can cause bloating. It will also explain Non-Coeliac Gluten Intolerance. Read More »»

    Food intolerances are rarely harmful but may cause unpleasant symptoms:

    • nausea
    • bloating
    • abdominal pain
    • diarrhoea - usually begins about half an hour after eating or drinking the food in question.

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    Elemental iodine is a poison and it can be lethal when given in large amounts. 2 – 3 grams of iodine is enough to kill an adult. Even when applied externally on the skin, elemental iodine is still toxic. It can cause extensive tissue damage if the exposure is prolonged.

    Because iodine is an oxidizing agent, it can damage the skin when it comes in contact. If the contact is short, it may merely irritate and inflame the skin but extended contact can cause skin lesions.

    Gaseous iodine is also an irritant. When exposed to iodine vapor, all mucosal surfaces including those of the eyes and respiratory tract will be irritated.

    Besides elemental iodine, iodide ion is also toxic.

    When the level of iodide rises above the normal range, it causes symptoms resembling those of iodine deficiency. For example, goiter (which is formed when the thyroid gland is inflamed) can be caused by excess iodide as well as iodine deficiency.

    The toxicities of iodine and iodide ion are the reasons why the body keeps only a trace amount of this element.

    However, even this very small amount can cause sensitivity reactions in some people. Although iodine sensitivity is rare, it can still cause hives, rash and anaphylactic shock in affected individuals.

    Iodine is supplied in foods and supplements as the iodide ions and it gets into the blood in this form.

    The thyroid gland takes up iodide ions from the blood and uses them to manufacture thyroid hormones (T3 and T4) which are then released back into the body.

    In a simple, well-structured system of control, the syntheses of T3 and T4 are controlled by another hormone (TSH or thyroid-stimulating hormone) released from the pituitary gland which itself is under the control of a fourth hormone (TRH or thyrotropin-releasing hormone) released from the hypothalamus.

    T3 is the more active of the two thyroid hormones and, in most cases, T4 serves only as a precursor to T3. However, 90% of the hormones released from the thyroid gland is T4.

    The conversion of T4 to T3 depends on a group of enzymes that needs selenium. Therefore, selenium supplementation may be added to iodine to improve thyroid function.

    However, these selenium-dependent enzymes are also responsible for the conversion of T4 to reverse T3 and the conversion of T3 to T2 (diiodothyronine). While most experts once believed that both T2 and reverse T3 are inactive, new evidence suggests that reverse T3 is actually an anti-thyroid hormone that blocks T3.

    The thyroid hormones (but mostly T3) act at the genetic level to regulate the basal metabolic rate.

    When the production of these hormones slow down considerably, the resting metabolic rate of the body can reduce by as much as 50%. However, when these hormones are released in excess, the rate of metabolism can double.

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    The average person loses 60 to 100 ounces of water a day by the normal bodily functions of breathing, sweating, and urination. This amount may increase or decrease due to the activities performed or the temperature of the environment. Heavy exercise can lead to the loss of more than 60 ounces per hour! To prevent dehydration, simply replenish the liquids that are lost throughout the day. On average, 8 glasses of water a day is needed to totally hydrate the body, but every person is different and only you will know how much water will meet your needs Be aware that water is the best drink, not soda, not juice, not sugar-drinks. Pay close attention to your fluid loss and take special care to replenish it as it is lost. By the time you feel thirst coming on, you are already dehydrated. Attempt to avoid becoming thirsty and be aware of the color of your urine. Dark urine is usually a sign that dehydration had begun. Drink more water, especially infants, children and the elderly.

    Many illnesses and diseases can trigger acute dehydration because of the increase in body temperature that accompanies them. In addition, some may cause profuse sweating which leads to a loss of body fluids. This is the reason physicians and other medical professionals recommend that you drink plenty of fluids when illness sets in.

    The body uses fluids to eliminate toxins, keep joints and muscles flexible and maintain other vital functions. Dehydration can also lead to blood pressure troubles due to the loss of electrolytes and other vital chemicals needed for proper bodily function.

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    Suppose you have made the decision to change your diet and improve your health. You understand how the body heals itself and you are more aware of its needs. Yet, you may not have complete faith in your body.

    A splitting headache, chills, nausea, a dripping nose, increased body odor, reappearance of old aches and pains, rashes, boils, drastic weight loss—all the symptoms that can shake the faith of the most sincere health seeker.

    Without proper understanding or support, you could panic at these symptoms and believe your new diet or way of life is the cause of them. You might revert to your old unhealthy practices because you became afraid.

    Thousands of people have experienced the same sort of problems as they improved their health. Books about fasting and dietary changes should be read so that you may feel reassured. Case histories, such as the one below, may help you understand these changes.

    Larry was a college junior and had become a vegetarian after graduating from high school. He had tried to improve his diet, but college life put him under stress and so he started drinking coffee in the evening to stay awake and study. After staying up late, he felt tense so he started smoking marijuana for relaxation and to get to sleep.

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    Seniors may feel weak and sometimes disoriented without showing other symptoms.

    The flu is often confused with other respiratory infections such as the cold. To learn more, read Differences between Flu and Cold.

    Generally, the flu can be treated at home. In certain cases however, you must see a doctor.

    You should seek medical help the same day if you have flu-like symptoms and also one of the following:

    • Increasing or persistent pain when breathing
    • A rising fever, or one that has lasted for over 5 days

    If symptoms worsen or do not improve after 7 days, you should also consult a doctor the same day.

    You can find a resource near you offering medical consultation on the same or next day. To learn more or to find one of those resources, consult the Finding a Resource Offering Medical Consultation On The Same or Next Day page.

    You must go to emergency immediately if you have flu-like symptoms and also one of the following:

    • Breathing difficulty that persists or worsens
    • Blue lips
    • Intense chest pain
    • Intense headache that persists or worsens
    • Drowsiness, difficulty staying awake, weakness
    • Confusion, disorientation
    • Seizures (body stiffens and muscles contract in a jerky and involuntary manner)
    • No urination for 12 hours, excessive thirst

    If your baby is less than 3 months old and has a fever, bring him or her to emergency immediately.

    If your child has a fever and appears very sick, lacks energy and refuses to play, bring him or her to a doctor immediately, or call Info-Santé 811.

    If you require immediate help to get to emergency, call 9-1-1.

    Some situations require you to be evaluated by a nurse who can offer specific advice regarding your condition. The nurse can also assess whether or not you should see a doctor immediately.

    You should call Info-Santé 811 if you or your child are in one of the following situations:

    • You are short of breath
    • You have difficulty breathing
    • You are unsure whether or not to see a doctor