You’ve probably heard of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) as a common condition suffered by those who have experienced the terrors of war, but what you may not realise is that anyone suffering an experience that they deem traumatic can go on to develop this condition. So, what is the difference between a normal reaction to something shocking and PTSD?
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It’s often the first measurement taken when you visit a doctor, as believe it or not, these two numbers give a valuable insight into just how healthy you are! We explain why these numbers are so important, and why you should keep them within a healthy range.
Cosmopolitan recently asked LDC founder and CEO, Dr Seth Rankin, why we feel the need to splash the cash when we’re drunk (and subsequently buy every single person at the bar a drink)! So, just what are the reasons we’re more like to whip out our (already maxed out) cards at every possible opportunity?
You can’t normally feel it, but you can safely assume that so long as you’re still standing, your heart must still be ticking away silently! But have you ever suddenly become aware of your heart beating? This is known as having ‘palpitations’, and can be a symptom of an underlying condition such as anxiety.
We all recognise stress, many of us are familiar with anxiety, and some of us have experienced panic attacks. But can you list all the different manifestations of panic attacks? There are a lot more than you might think! We discuss symptoms, causes and management of these debilitating episodes.
We all get stressed now and again, although some of us more so, and more often, than others. But how much stress is normal? And how much stress is too much; when should you seek help to manage such stress?
We all have our ups and downs, but Bi-Polar disorder is condition whereby your mood fluctuates more significantly than the average. It’s thought that between 1-2% of the population will be diagnosed as having bipolar at some point in their lives, with some studies suggesting up to 5% of us are on the ‘bipolar spectrum’…
Did you ever see Popeye looking tired, pale, or short of breath? Didn’t think so! With a diet so high in spinach, if there’s one thing this guy isn’t, it’s iron deficient. Today’s blog is all about iron, as well as the symptoms and causes of iron deficiency. Read on for top tips on how to be more like Popeye…
Did you realise, that there are various different types of anaemia? All with different recommended treatments? Today, we talk through the common symptoms of each of these types of anaemia, and touch on how these are best treated.
Most of us have probably experienced an episode of tonsillitis at least once in our lives, with some people suffering frequent episodes of this common infection! So why don’t doctors prescribe antibiotics every time you start to feel your tonsils tingle? And why don’t we just have our tonsils removed?!