If treatment and medications are given on time without much delay then for a healthy individual it might take around 48 to 75 hours to get relief from the symptoms and five to seven days to recover completely from the flu. ‘General fatigue and weakness might be persistent for a week or two which would settle with proper rest, care and healthy diet,’ says Dr Jiandani. (Read: Prevent swine flu with these 10 dos and don’ts)

These are known as the classic "flu-like" symptoms and are not unlike the symptoms of other illnesses such as malaria. Indeed many people have mistaken the onset of malaria for a bout of flu and have not taken appropriate action with sometimes serious consequences.

  • Rest
  • Drink plenty of fluids
  • Avoid drinking alcohol and smoking tobacco
  • Take medication to relieve the symptoms

It is passed from person to person by droplet transmission, usually by breathing in diphtheria bacteria after an infected person has coughed, sneezed or even laughed. It can also be spread by handling used tissues or by drinking from a glass used by an infected person.

In tropical countries the infection may occur as skin ulcers and is known as cutaneous diphtheria which presents as infected skin lesions which lack a characteristic appearance.

After two to six weeks, the effects of toxins produced by the bacteria become apparent with severe muscle weakness, mainly affecting the muscles of the head and neck. Inflammation of the heart muscle may cause heart failure. Myocarditis, polyneuritis, and airway obstruction are common complications of respiratory diphtheria; death occurs in 5%-10% of respiratory cases.

Transmission is usually by direct person to person contact. Avoid very close contact with infected people particularly kissing and sharing bottles or glasses. It spreads quickly amongst infected people in crowded places. Cutaneous lesions are also important in transmission.

Diphtheria remains endemic in developing countries and the countries of the former Soviet Union have reported an epidemic which began in 1990.

Treatment: is specialised and requires medical supervision in hospital where Diphtheria antitoxin is given as an intramuscular or intravenous injection as soon as possible. The infection is then treated with antibiotics, such as penicillin or erythromycin.

Prevention: There is a vaccine for diphtheria. Most people in the UK receive their first dose as a child in the form of a combined vaccine called DTP (diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis).
Immunisation: is very effective but protective immunity is not present longer than 10 years after the last vaccination, so it is important for adults at risk to get a booster of tetanus-diptheria (Td) vaccine every 10 years.

Legionnaires Disease

TB is much more common in some parts of the world than in the UK. The risk to travellers is limited since transmission of the disease usually requires prolonged close contact. Sometimes the disease can be overwhelming; producing meningitis and coma; this particularly dangerous form is usually found in children and those who have not previously been vaccinated or exposed to the disease. Recently, antibiotic-resistant strains of tuberculosis have appeared.

Tuberculosis can develop after inhaling droplets sprayed into the air from a cough or sneeze from an infected person and it can also spread through infected sputum and there is a form spread through milk from infected cows. The risk of contracting TB increases with the frequency of contact with people who have the disease, and with crowded or unsanitary living conditions and poor nutrition.

Pulmonary TB develops in the minority of people whose immune systems do not successfully contain the primary infection. The disease may occur within weeks after the primary infection, or it may lie dormant for years before causing disease. The extent of the disease can vary from minimal to massive involvement, but without effective therapy, the disease becomes progressive.

Infants, the elderly, and individuals who are immunocompromised, those undergoing transplant surgery who are taking anti rejection medications are at higher risk for progression of the disease or reactivation of dormant disease. Those who have not received BCG immunisation are advised to do so and if for travel purposes, at least six weeks before departure to ensure a protective level of immunity.

Treatment with anti microbial drugs is effective but is prolonged and requires medical supervision. It is also expensive and not always available abroad. Incomplete treatment of TB infections (such as failure to take medications for the prescribed length of time) can contribute to the emergence of drug-resistant strains of bacteria.

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The NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife is working in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture - Wildlife Services to test wild birds in the state in accordance with a national surveillance plan developed by the USDA, USGS, USFWS and the National Flyway Council. Testing is targeted towards populations that have a higher chance of carrying the HPAI virus. Wild birds are trapped alive, sampled and released and hunter-harvested birds are sampled at check stations. The goal for New Jersey is to sample 190 ducks from June 2016 through March 2017. Also, in cooperation with the USDA, the NJ Department of Agriculture and licensed bird rehabilitators, the Division of Fish and Wildlife conducts testing of wild birds that die with flu-like symptoms.

New Jersey also has an excellent surveillance program for domestic poultry throughout the state. Large, commercial flocks test regularly for AI as part of the National Poultry Improvement Plan and many back yard flocks are tested for AI several times a year. New Jersey Department of Agriculture and USDA employees regularly test birds at poultry auctions, poultry distributors, and live bird markets throughout the state. Chances of infected poultry entering a store is low since all poultry is inspected by the USDA and the farms where these birds are raised are being tested for diseases.

Where are the viruses now?

Many countries around the world are having HPAI incidents in 2014-2015. In addition to China, Korea, and Viet Nam, HPAI viruses have infected domestic poultry flocks in Canada, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom.

Should people be concerned?

The CDC considers the HPAI virus strains currently in the US as low risk to humans. There are other strains of AI (not in the US) which can cause illness and sometimes death in people. For example, China has an H7N9 virus which can be transmitted to people by close contact with poultry. This H7N9 virus has reportedly killed over 60 people in China in 2015. An Asian H5N1 virus (different than the Eurasian/North American H5N1 which is in the US) has been infecting people throughout Asia for several years. These viruses currently don't spread among people easily. There are no reports of wild birds transmitting the disease to humans (either the strains in the US or those known to infect people in other parts of the world).

The concern from organizations such as the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is that these viruses could mutate into a human virus that would make transmission of the disease from person to person very easy, causing a global influenza threat. The strains of HPAI in the US currently are adapted to waterfowl and other birds, lacking receptors for mammalian (including human) cells.

What precautions can you take? These general precautions help prevent the spread of diseases from poultry to people:

  • Use rubber gloves when you clean birds or gather eggs.
  • Keep your hands away from your mouth and face when handling birds or eggs.
  • Cook any birds or eggs, whether they are store bought or wild, all the way through. The juices should be clear and there should be no pink meat. Use a meat thermometer to ensure that the meat has reached 165 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Cook birds at a minimum oven temperature of 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Eat smoked birds only if they have been heated to 165 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Wash your knife, work area and hands with soap and water after handling birds.
  • Do not eat, smoke or drink while handling birds - wait until you have washed your hands.
  • If you use feathers in crafts or clothing, make sure they are collected from healthy birds. Observe wildlife from a distance.
  • Avoid touching wildlife, including diseased or dead animals.

While they don't protect you from the bird flu, regular flu shots can help prevent mixing of "human" and bird flus in your body. If these flus reassort, it could make it easier for the bird flu to be transmitted to people, and even from person to person.

How do you know if you have zoonotic bird flu viruses?

The incubation period for the Asian H5N1 virus is longer than for the seasonal flu. The incubation period may be from 2-8 days, but can possibly be as long as 17 days. It is hard to tell if someone has Asian H5N1 or any other bird flu virus because of the large range of symptoms and similarity to seasonal flu. If you develop flu-like symptoms, especially after handling or eating domestic or wild birds, it is important to contact your doctor and let him know that you were in contact with birds or sick animals.

What are the symptoms of HPAI in birds?

Signs of HPAI in birds include sudden unexpected death losses at higher than normal levels (sometimes with no clinical signs), swelling around the eyes and face, blue discoloration of the wattles and combs, decreased egg production, soft shelled and misshapen eggs, nasal discharge, coughing, sneezing, heads and necks turned backwards, incoordination and other neurologic signs. With HPAI in the US, everyone who owns birds, whether commercial producers or backyard enthusiasts, needs to step up their biosecurity. This includes preventing contact between domestic birds and wild birds, preventing contact with wild bird droppings, and reporting sick birds or unusual bird deaths to State/Federal officials, through the N.J. Division of Animal Health at 609-671-6400 or to USDA APHIS Veterinary Services NJ office at 609-259-5260.

Additional information on biosecurity for backyard flocks can be found at healthybirds.aphis.usda.gov/.

What do you do if you see a group of sick or dead birds?

If you find sick or dead wild birds, do not handle them. You could spread the virus, or the birds may have something other than HPAI. Contact the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife at 908-236-2118 or USDA-Wildlife Services at 1-866-4-USDA-WS to report observations of dead wild birds.

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Six to 11 years

One to 10 years

Syrup, 15 mg per 5 mL

MDI = metered dose inhaler.

Information from references 8, 13, and 16 through 20.

Complementary and Alternative Medicine Products. Several of these therapies provide relief from cold symptoms. Vapor rub applied to the chest and neck has been shown to improve cough severity and quality of sleep for the child and parents, but it has a strong smell that children may not tolerate.19 Studies regarding therapeutic use of zinc sulfate show a trend toward decreased duration of cold symptoms when it is taken within the first 24 hours of symptom onset.20 Adverse effects, such as bad taste and nausea, are more common with zinc lozenges than with syrup or tablets.20 Pelargonium sidoides (geranium) extract (Umcka Coldcare) may help resolve cough and sputum production in children with the common cold.18 Buckwheat honey is superior to placebo for reducing frequency of cough, reducing bothersome cough, and improving quality of sleep for the child.16 Honey should not be used in children younger than one year because of the risk of botulism.

Nasal Irrigation and Acetylcysteine. During acute illness, nasal irrigation with saline can help alleviate sore throat, thin nasal secretions, and improve nasal breathing and can reduce the need for nasal decongestants and mucolytics.17 A systematic review of six trials published in the 1990s found that acetylcysteine (commonly used in Europe, but not in the United States, as a mucolytic) may decrease cough after six to seven days of therapy in children older than two years.13 The main adverse effect of acetylcysteine is vomiting.

Inhaled Corticosteroids. Some children with viral cold symptoms also develop wheezing. Although low-dose corticosteroids are ineffective in these children, one review of high-dose inhaled corticosteroids found a trend toward decreased frequency of wheezing episodes that require oral corticosteroids, the duration of episodes, and the number of physician visits.8

Table 3 summarizes therapies that may be effective for cold prophylaxis in children.14, 17, 20 – 22

Therapies That May Be Effective for Common Cold Prophylaxis in Children

One to three years

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Bei Kindern wird Grippe häufig von einer Mittelohrentzündung mit Ohrenschmerzen begleitet. Kleinkinder können einen sogenannten Pseudokrupp entwickeln: Durch eine Entzündung des Kehlkopfes unterhalb der Stimmritze entsteht ein bellender Husten.

Nach einer ausgeheilten Grippe fühlen sich viele Menschen noch längere Zeit schwach und müde, leiden unter Kreislaufproblemen und Kopfschmerzen. Auch wenn sich ein Grippe-Erkrankter nicht ausreichend geschont hat, kann die Krankheit länger verlaufen. Husten und Abgeschlagenheit können dann beispielsweise über Wochen anhalten. In diesem Fall spricht man von einer „verschleppten Grippe“.

Bei Menschen mit einem schwachen Immunsystem besteht die Gefahr, dass die Grippe einen komplizierten Verlauf nimmt. Gefährdet sind Kinder, Schwangere, ältere Menschen, Personen mit chronischen Erkrankungen wie zum Beispiel Asthma oder Menschen, die Immunsuppressiva einnehmen.

Läuft das Immunsystem durch die Grippevireninfektion auf Hochtouren, ist der Körper anfälliger für andere Erkrankungen. Dann können Bakterien leichter in den Körper eindringen. Man spricht von einer Superinfektion. Erste Anzeichen dafür sind ein erneuter Fieberanstieg und Schwäche oder ein sich wieder verschlimmernder Husten. Die folgenden Komplikationen können durch eine solche bakterielle Superinfektion entstehen:

Entzündungen der Atemwege

Die Nasennebenhöhlenentzündung entsteht häufig als bakterielle Superinfektion bei Grippe. Menschen, die an Asthma oder COPD leiden, erkranken während einer Grippe nicht selten auch an einer durch Bakterien hervorgerufenen Lungenentzündung (Pneumonie). Sie ist sogar häufiger als jene Lungenentzündung, die durch die Influenza-Viren selbst ausgelöst wird. Die bakterielle Pneumonie ist eine lebensbedrohliche Komplikation und die häufigste Ursache für einen tödlichen Grippe-Verlauf.

Mittelohrentzündung

Insbesondere Kinder bekommen häufig zusätzlich zur Grippe eine bakterielle Mittelohrentzündung.

Herzentzündung

Bei einer Grippe kann auch das Herz in Mitleidenschaft gezogen werden. Entzündet sich der Herzmuskel, spricht man von einer Myokarditis. Bei einer Perikarditis ist der Herzbeutel entzündet. Eine Myokarditis ist eine gefährliche Komplikation, da sie oftmals nur wenige Symptome verursacht. Gelegentlich treten Fieber, Brustschmerzen und spürbare Herzrhythmusstörungen auf. Wenn Menschen, die unwissentlich an einer Myokarditis erkrankt sind, sich zu sehr anstrengen, ist das Risiko für einen plötzlichen Herztod erhöht.

Eine Perikarditis verläuft meist nicht so dramatisch und heilt nach einiger Zeit von selbst aus. In beiden Fällen ist aber ein Krankenhausaufenthalt und Bettruhe nötig, um das Risiko weiterer Komplikationen zu verringern.

Hirnhautentzündung

In seltenen Fällen kann sich bei einer Grippe eine Hirnhautentzündung entwickeln. Neben Fieber treten dann meist heftige Kopf- und Nackenschmerzen sowie eine „Nackensteife“ auf. Kommt zu diesen Symptomen noch Verwirrtheit, Schläfrigkeit oder ein Krampfanfall hinzu, haben sich höchstwahrscheinlich nicht nur die Hirnhäute, sondern auch das Gehirn entzündet.

Wenn jemand, der an Grippe erkrankt ist, niest oder hustet, fliegen die Viren – in feine Sekrettröpchen eingeschlossen – durch die Luft. Werden die Tröpfchen von anderen Menschen eingeatmet, können diese ebenfalls an Grippe erkranken. Auch wenn man mit Influenza-Viren kontaminierte Oberflächen berührt, kann man sich anstecken, etwa an Türklinken, PC-Tastaturen, Haltestangen im Bus, oder wenn man einem Grippe-Patienten die Hand gibt.

Ihr Ansteckungsrisiko können Sie verringern, indem Sie

  • nicht mit den Händen das Gesicht und insbesondere die Augen berühren (die Grippeviren werden oft mit den Händen eingesammelt, und könnten so zu den Schleimhäuten gelangen)
  • große Menschenmassen meiden
  • die Zimmerluft feucht halten (trockene Heizungsluft entzieht den Atemwegen Feuchtigkeit und macht es den Erregern leichter, dort einzudringen)

Wie bei jeder Infektionskrankheit sind besonders Menschen gefährdet, die häufiger mit dem Erreger in Kontakt kommen. Daher besteht für Personen, die in medizinischen Einrichtungen wie Krankenhäusern, Arztpraxen, Alten- oder Pflegeheimen arbeiten, ein erhöhtes Risiko sich anzustecken. Aber auch in Schulen, Kindergärten und Kindertagesstätten können sich die Grippe-Viren schneller ausbreiten.

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Guillain-Barre Syndrome occurs when the body’s immune system attacks the peripheral nervous system — literally shorting out the nerves that signal our legs to move, our eyes to close and our lungs to breathe.

“It’s supposed to be a rare disorder,” said Dr. Ana Delgado. But given the number of cases the neurologist has seen since joining Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital in August, she is convinced something is triggering an increase in the number of cases and the severity of this devastating and sometimes fatal syndrome.

The National Institutes of Health estimates one of every 100,000 people will contract GBS. But Scott Culbine, who is still recovering from his attack this past August, says there is talk of revising that number to one in every 50,000 people — a statistic far more in line with GBS patient numbers at Madonna.

Currently there are five GBS in-patients at Madonna, including Scipio, and one outpatient. Once upon a time, it was rare for Madonna to have even one GBS patient; nowadays it is rare not to have one or more, said Dan Kasparek, speech/language pathologist and Neurological Conditions Program leader. (Source.)

It is interesting how the CDC will throw around the term “epidemic” to justify mass vaccination at a college campus where 7 students come down with meningitis during a 9-month period, prompting them to administer an unapproved meningitis vaccine. But that same logic is not used for adverse reactions to vaccines, where hundreds, if not thousands of people are being injured and crippled. As you can see from the HHS report above, it is very difficult to get the government to pay for vaccine injuries, and often takes years of costly litigation in court. This is obviously just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to injuries due to the flu vaccine.

It has been documented how the CDC inflates the numbers of flu deaths each year in order to sell more flu vaccines. We have also reported how there is strong evidence that the flu vaccine is not only ineffective, but could be causing people to have more severe cases of the flu (see: Is Flu Vaccine Causing Increase in H1N1 Outbreaks? 5 Year Old Boy Dies from H1N1 Virus, Even Though He Was Vaccinated Month Before).

To understand how vaccine injuries and deaths are dealt with in a special “vaccine court” that was set up by Congress, after granting legal immunity to pharmaceutical companies in 1986 for any damages caused by vaccines (and which was then upheld by the Supreme Court in 2011), watch the excellent videos below by Emmy Award winning journalist Ben Swann, as well as the video by The Canary Party, narrated by actor Rob Schneider.

Think twice and do your own research before getting a flu vaccine, or you too might become an ignored statistic with a ruined life.

Source

Report from the Department of Justice
March 6, 2014
Vincent J. Matanoski, Deputy Director, Torts Branch

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Today I had a couple cans…I guess tomorrow starts the detox. So not looking forward to it:-( I’m nervous:-/

Day three off Diet Coke for me. I’ve really bad headaches, blurry vision, stiff neck, irritable mood, constipation and general lethargy. I’ve been severely addicted for about 6 years now and am ready to be rid of this poison, which is all I can think to call it. I’m almost positive it’s responsible for a lot of my pain and inflammation, and am hoping once the withdrawal symptoms die down, I’ll notice an improvement in certain areas of my health. It makes me feel so awful when I go off it, I can’t imagine what it’s doing to my body!

I have been consuming diet coke for over ten years at about 400-600 oz a day am trying to make it thru third day cold turkey and the headaches dont stop im to the point of tears didnt think i would notice the caffiene withdraw but i cant seem to stay awake much outside work hating myself and should have listened to ppl along time ago

For years I have been hearing terrible things about aspartame and diet sodas, and unfortunately, did not give it a lot of thought. I so wish that I had been paying attention because over the last 15 years I have developed arthritis and it has gotten worse. It started in my left knee, then my fingers have started swelling. I have gone to doctors about my joint pain, and have asked if diet soda was a factor, and I was told no. It may be because they do not realize how much of it I drink. I am going to stop drinking Diet Coke. I drink two to four 12oz. cans per day. I should probably reduce to maybe one per day, so that I can wean away from it. I will miss the carbonation the most. I can switch to iced tea with lemon.

I do on occasion get headaches, and it probably is from the aspartame. I also get frequent flare ups with my arthritis. The pain has gone to arms. It is sometimes hard to move when I want to turn over when I sleep. I drank some diet coke with splenda. Besides not tasting that good, it gave me a bad migraine for three days. So, I don’t drink that anymore. I am happy to read on some posts that some of you have said that since quitting aspartame that symptoms have diminished. I hope that the aspartame did not do so much permanent damage that the effects can be reversed. That would be an incentive to use aspartame anymore.

Hi Guys, I was very worried when I saw these comments but just recently I had to visit our imminent Cancer Centre in Melbourne, Australia, I was lucky enough to be treated by one of our best specialist in Australia. I told him about my habit of drinking too much Coke Zero and prior to that Tab, Diet Coket etc. He told me not to worry and that I should continue to drink it, that there are many theories re Aspartame as far as he was concerned it was A OK..

Doctors typically have very little training on diet. Not sure why this is, but it is a bad place to get food related advice (my researched opinion).

I agree. Doctors get very little class time on nutrition. Keep in mind the FDA was the one that approved aspartame despite all the evidence against it, and if you research how it was approved it will surpise and appall you. Keep in mind the FDA pushes through drugs every year, that after enough people die, they take it off the market. They’ve even confirmed that the Gulf War Disease was to due to Diet Coke that was heated by sitting in the sun. When it comes to things like this, listen to your body.

I think I’m still clearing the effects of aspartame out of my body and I quit drinking it over 7 months ago. I did wean myself off of it slowly, slowly reducing it from 6 cans down to one can a day for the last five days before quitting for good. I drink plain seltzer water for the carbonation. It doesn’t have any sugar or artificial sweetners. LaCroix is an example of this, but I buy the store brand because it’s half the cost.

Wow, it is actually very good news to see someone else has experienced anxiety as a result of withdrawing from Aspartame! I quit cold turkey after a 1.5L a day diet coke routine that ran for about 6 years, because of the anxiety I suspected it was causing at the end, and the symptoms of withdrawal seem to be INCREASED and MORE FREQUENT anxiety. I’m hoping my brain chemistry can recover SOON because the anxiety/lack of confidence/down moods are pure H*LL! Thanks for having such a blog for this substance!

I told a few people about having to quit aspertame. Going through the withdrawels during work has been tough.
I have to push myself to work. Going through being so tired that all I want to do is sleep. Going through the headaches, body aches, and trying to stay focused to do my job has been tough.
It has been two weeks now and I still don’t feel back to normal.
Although a lot of the symptoms has have not come on as strong. The numbess in my fingers and legs is gone.
I am not as tired. I still get the little rush that feels like a shock is going through my brain, if that makes sense.
My gums would tingle and feel numb at times when I was drinking soda. It has almost stopped now. My ears are still ringing. But time will tell.
I hope it gets better soon. 🙂

My ears ring also and I have been asked by doc if I drink a lot of caffeine. Ringing of the ears, anxiety and my body fat probably being mostly from the effects of caffeine, aspartame and sodium in the diet coke should give me more then enough reason to quit. Not to mention that I would probably be in much better health over all. My body is so very sensitive to any change so I try the weaning but once I can down to just say a can a day the cravings start hitting hard again. I also can relate to someone else saying that their self confidence takes a hit.

Hello all..I have been a diet Dr. Pepper addict for ten years. I consumed at least a liter a day. I have kicked the habit for over a month and yes the withdrawals were terrible! I now have noticed a decrease in the severe fibro pain I suffered from daily but sadly I know this drug, and it is a drug in so many ways, has caused permanent damage. It has now been cleared to be used in non diet products as well so be careful…this includes gum and lower fat coffee creamer. I am amazed in all it is in and it’s for the addictive qualities. I will never willingly consume this product again or any other that has the one of aspartames many aliases. A month out and I can say I am thrilled to be free of something more addictive for me than even smoking was! Hang in there because it is so worth detoxifying! Also the water flavoring products contain artificial sweeteners as well….I couldn’t find one, including non diet, that was free of these toxins. Good luck and I wish you all the best of life and health!

On a side note my sugar cravings sky rocketed at first but only for the first two weeks and now I am swollen far less often and have begun to lose weight. I can also actually taste food again…this was the first thing I noticed! It altered my ability to truly taste all food! My skin condition and coloring improved as well…these changes felt dramatic in that I hadn’t realized the negative change and had grown accustomed. This stuff should be taken off the market, but it’s big business that is guaranteed loyal users due to addiction.

I have quit Diet Soda and Sweet n Low for iced tea and just a few days ago chewing gum. I had major headaches for a week, still have some but not as painful. My high blood pressure has come down a great deal. This web site has been most helpful for me! Thank you so much for all the comments and encouragement. I am determined to keep up the determination to better my health. Good luck to those just starting your journey of omitting this bad poison.

Giving up diet dr pepper for lent (thus today is day two) and hopefully giving it up forever. Have given it up before, but have always slowly picked it back up. It has way too much control over me, when I want to be free instead to follow God, to be at my best, and to do what is right!:/ Amazed at how strong its power can be. And now the withdrawl…I was completely exhausted last night, turned in early (something I very rarely do) and then overslept. When I did get up, felt light-headed, just as exhausted as the night before, “not right,” fuzzy-headed, and then developed a bad headache. A friend suggested trying L-Tryptophan to help with withdrawl. I thought I’d be fine, bc I was very mentally prepared to give this up. Interestingly, I do not crave a ddp – perhaps because I’ve gone cold turkey and it is not an option, but was not even anticipating a withdrawl outside of a potentially strong craving. This has caught me off guard, and demonstrates how badly I needed to cut it out of my life. Thanks for your helpful site.

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But as TIME recently reported in our cover story, authorities still expect the U.S. to see some locally transmitted cases of the virus this summer. One challenge is that it can be difficult to track the exact number of people infected with Zika, because the symptoms are similar to other diseases—and the vast majority of those who are infected don’t show any symptoms at all.

For those who do develop symptoms, the most common ones that characterize a Zika infection are red eyes, joint pain, rash and fever. If a person has a rash with or without a fever and another one of the four symptoms, that is considered a probable case of Zika. Still, there are other ailments that can cause similar symptoms, like the flu or other mosquito-borne illnesses like dengue.

Right now, the people at risk of getting infected are those who travel to one of the over 40 countries with ongoing Zika virus transmission. Should a person start having symptoms of the virus within two weeks of traveling to an affected region, it may be a good idea to see a doctor and determine whether to be tested. All pregnant women who travel to regions with Zika should be tested regardless of whether they have symptoms, health experts advise. Pregnant women are especially vulnerable since Zika is now proven to cause microcephaly, a birth defect, in infants. Partners of pregnant women should also be aware that the virus can be sexually transmitted, which is why health officials are advising men to abstain or use contraception for six months if they have been exposed and don’t want to pass it on. Women who may have been exposed should wait at least eight weeks before trying to get pregnant.

Currently, only state and federal laboratories can test for the virus and sometimes results can take weeks to get back. You can read more about whether you should be tested here.

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.

More than 75% of all people have some kind of food sensitivity. Discovering yours is the simple natural cure for nagging and long-term health issues.

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Three in four of all people - 75% - are intolerant to Dairy foods like milk, yoghurt, cheese and ice cream. The vast majority are unaware. The presence of persistent symptoms like headaches, cough or asthma, frequent cold or 'flu, skin problems, stomach bloating, sinus pain, Irritable Bowel, depression or low iron levels suggest Dairy Intolerance.

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    9) I am in the process of being testing for low hormone levels and thyroid dysfunction because, quite tragically, I've lost at least half of my hair in one month! I'm only 32 and feel like I'm having a nightmare!

    I tell myself things could be much worse, but dealing with hair drastically, severely, suddenly falling out everywhere is emotionally exhausting. Has anyone else had this? What do I do?

    8) I had all these symptoms of depression: panic attacks, hot flashes, insomnia, fuzzy thinking, and I was tired of seeing doctors and them not helping me with my problems.

    So they recommended to me this female doctor and she tested my levels of progesterone and i was very low, so now she is treating me my progesterone. I feel a little better now. I have been treated for three months now but I know this medication is going to help me.

    7) Because male doctors are often not attuned to female symptoms or concerns. The best help might come from a specialist in bioidentical hormones.

    I went to a female specialist who knows exactly the issues women face in menopause and has reversed these to good results with both men and women.

    Seek beyond the standard help and you will get better, healthier results. Often the conservative male doctor just wants to put you on depression meds and chemical manufactured hormones. Don't do it!

    6) I stopped taking the pill so we could get pregnant and it threw my body off and my periods are not regular, so my doctor did a blood test and said my progesterone levels are very low! Yea! Finally I have a answer. I have a lot of these symptoms and can't wait to feel normal again!

    5) Women who have low levels of progesterone often have infertility problems and when they do conceive, they are at a higher risk for miscarriage. You may have low progesterone levels if you have any of these symptoms.

    4) We finally tested my levels. I barely produce progesterone. Depression, practically no libido, metabolic basal rate that is lower than normal, hair loss (scalp and eyebrows), mental fog.

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    Amphetamine Abuse & Addiction Effects, Signs & Symptoms

    Amphetamines are a type of central nervous system stimulant. They provide a sense of increased wakefulness, energy, attention, concentration, sociability, self-confidence, improved mood, and decreased appetite. They are frequently prescribed for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in both children and adults. Amphetamines appears to have a calming effect on individuals with ADHD and sometimes afternoon sleepiness has been observed in adults with the condition. Amphetamines are also used to treat narcolepsy, treatment resistant depression and obesity. When overused these medications can be addictive. Additionally, some individuals without ADHD may use amphetamines during times when high levels of productivity are required. The increase in the ability to perform and accompanying psycho-social effects often leads these individuals to continue taking amphetamines even after the demand for productivity has passed.

    Twelve month incidence rates were estimates at.2% for both the 12 – 17 and 18 and older age groups. While these estimates were the same for both genders in the 18 and older age group for those ages 12-17, gender effects were reported with girls (.3%) having higher rates or amphetamine type stimulant disorder than males (.1%). While admissions for treatment were roughly the same for males (54%)and females (46%) who did not use the substance intravenously, male were 3-4 times more likely to use amphetamines intravenously than females. 12 month incidence rates were found to be higher among those age 18 – 29 (.4%) compared to those ages 45 – 64 (.1%). For 12-17 year olds, Amphetamine type stimulant abuse estimated prevalence rates were highest among Caucasians and African Americans (.3%), compared with Hispanics (.1%) and Asian Americans (.01%). In this age group, Amphetamine abuse was practically absent in Native Americans. In those ages 18 and above, however, the highest estimated prevalence rates were found among Native Americans and Native Alaskans (.6%) compared with Caucasians (.2%) and Hispanics (.2%). This particular type of substance abuse disorder was virtually non-existent in African Americans, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Past year prevalence rates of non- medical use of amphetamines across all children through college age was estimated at 5%-9% with past year prevalence rates of the disorder estimated at 5%-35% of across all individuals of college age.

    The most frequently disorders that co-occur with stimulant use disorders are other substance abuse disorders, in particular substances with sedative properties which are commonly used to avoid the negative effects experienced when the stimulant begins to wear off. With Amphetamine abuse, the most common type of co-occurring substance abuse is marijuana. Other co-occurring disorders include:

    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Antisocial Personality Disorder
    • Gambling Disorder
    • Neurological Disorders

    Genetic: If you have a parent with an amphetamine use problem, it is possible you inherited a susceptibility to develop the same disorder. In addition, temperament, the inherited building blocks of personality, can predispose you to develop a problem with amphetamine use. Individuals who are open to novelty, are curious and frequently experiment with ways to increase happiness, prefer feeling overactive rather than underactive, and have difficulties coping with delayed gratification are more likely than their peers to develop an amphetamine use disorder

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    Weil das Grippe-Virus durch veränderte Genabschnitte ständig neue Subtypen entwickelt, kann man mehrmals im Leben an der Grippe erkranken. Im Gegensatz zu anderen Infektionskrankheiten, die man nur einmal bekommt, weil das Immunsystem dann wirksame Schutzmechanismen gegen den Erreger entwickelt hat, wird man also gegen Grippe nicht dauerhaft immun.

    Dies gilt zumindest für das häufigere Influenza-A-Virus. Es gibt jedoch verschiedenen Grippe-Viren-Typen. Typ B verändert sich viel langsamer, so dass man meist nur einmal im Leben an einer Grippe durch Influenza-B-Viren erkrankt, häufig bereits im Kindesalter. Die Krankheit verläuft meist mild.

    Ebenfalls meist mild ist der Verlauf der sogenannten Sommergrippe, die eigentlich gar keine „echte Grippe“ ist. Denn sie wird nicht durch Influenza-Viren ausgelöst, sondern durch Enteroviren. Wie der Name schon sagt, tritt sie meist im Sommer auf und verläuft ähnlich wie eine Erkältungskrankheit.

    Wie man eine Sommergrippe von einer Grippe unterscheidet und Informationen zur Behandlung der Sommergrippe lesen sie im Beitrag Sommergrippe

    Wer den Verdacht hat, sich mit dem Grippe-Virus infiziert zu haben, sollte zu einem Arzt gehen. Insbesondere Personen mit einem erhöhten Risiko wie ältere Menschen oder chronisch Kranke sollten bereits bei den ersten Anzeichen einer Grippe ihren Hausarzt aufsuchen.

    In vielen Fällen kann der Arzt anhand der Krankengeschichte und einer körperlichen Untersuchung bereits feststellen, ob ein Patient an einer Influenza oder nur an einem grippalen Infekt (Erkältung) erkrankt ist. Wenn es dem Betroffenen aber sehr schlecht geht oder die Gefahr besteht, dass die Erkrankung einen schweren Verlauf nimmt, ist ein Virus-Nachweis sinnvoll. Wenn dieser positiv ausfällt, kann sofort mit einer gegen Viren wirkenden Behandlung begonnen werden.

    Einen wichtigen Hinweis, ob es sich tatsächlich um Grippe-Viren handelt, gibt der Influenza-Schnelltest. Für diesen Test wird aus dem Nasen- oder Rachenraum Speichel mit einem Wattestäbchen abgestrichen und auf einen Teststreifen gebracht. Färbt sich der Test, ist eine Influenza-Infektion sehr wahrscheinlich.

    Manchmal muss das Material aber weiter in ein Labor geschickt werden, wo man durch eine Genanalyse das Virus hundertprozentig identifizieren kann.

    Wurden bei einem Patienten Grippe-Viren nachgewiesen, muss der Arzt dies dem Gesundheitsamt melden. So können Vorsichtsmaßnahmen getroffen werden, die eine größere Ausbreitung der Krankheit verhindern sollen. Im Krankenhaus etwa werden Erkrankte in einem Einzelzimmer isoliert. Besucher und medizinisches Personal müssen Schutzkleidung tragen, wenn sie das Krankenzimmer betreten. Auch regelmäßiges Händewaschen dämmt die Weitergabe der Viren an andere Personen ein.

    Die Grippe wird durch Viren hervorgerufen, die man wissenschaftlich als Influenza-Viren bezeichnet. Insgesamt gibt es drei unterschiedliche Grippeviren-Gattungen: A, B und C. Aber nur Influenza A-Viren können den Menschen wirklich gefährlich werden. Anders als die B-Viren, die meist nur mildere Krankheitsverläufe provozieren und die C-Viren, die nur sehr sporadisch auftreten, sind sie für die schweren Grippeepidemien verantwortlich. Sie sind sehr wandlungsfähig und werden in eine ganze Menge Untergruppen eingeteilt.

    Diese Subgruppen, die zum Beispiel H1N1 oder H3N2 heißen, gliedern sich nach den Proteinen auf der Oberfläche der Influenza-A-Viren, mit deren Hilfe diese in die Wirtszellen eindringen und sich anschließend aus dieser wieder befreien können. H steht dabei für Hämagglutinin, N für Neuraminidase.

    Tritt die Grippe zeitlich und örtlich gehäuft auf, spricht man von einer Epidemie. Überschreitet die Erkrankungswelle Länder oder sogar Kontinente nennt man das Pandemie. Grippewellen treten beinahe jedes Jahr in der Winterszeit auf. Alle zehn bis 40 Jahre kommt es zu einer Grippe-Pandemie, die aber unterschiedlich schwer verlaufen kann. An der „Schweinegrippe“ starben im Jahr 2009 weltweit 18.000 Menschen.

    You should be aware of the early signs and symptoms of poisoning. It is important to remove the person from the source of exposure quickly. Remove contaminated clothing and wash off any chemical which has soaked through. You may save a life.

    • Be able to determine whether or not a person has been poisoned by a pesticide.
    • Learn to recognize kinds of poisoning and their symptoms.
    • Become familiar with chemical families and their toxicity.

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