The most important reason for promoting disease awareness is to educate the public and help them recognise the tell-tale signs to watch out for. The sooner symptoms are recognised, the sooner medical intervention can be sought, the better the prognosis. So do yourself a favour and read on!
News and helpful articles
Did you know that as many as 1 in 7 people across the UK experience regular migraines? At London Doctors Clinic, we see many patients suffering from such headaches, which can range from mild to severe – and can even lead to vomiting and temporary paralysis.
As we come to the end of our Heart Health week, we touch on a very common symptom experienced by patients. Dizziness can be a sign of many different things, including heart problems, as we discuss in today’s blog.
You don’t have to be a doctor to know what the heart normally sounds like – we’re all familiar with the classic rhythm of a beating heart. You do, however. need to be medically trained to detect an abnormal rhythm, such as Atrial Fibrillation. Find out all about this condition, from symptoms to treatment in today’s blog!
Varicose veins are a very common condition; it is thought that as many as 1 in 3 people may be affected at some point in their lives, with women at higher risk than men. But what are varicose veins anyway? In this article we talk about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of varicose veins.
This is one of the first investigations performed for any patients complaining of cardiac-sounding symptoms. It is a simple test that can be done in just minutes and provides a great insight into how your heart is doing. We discuss how this simple test works and which conditions can be diagnosed from ECG recordings.
We’re kicking off our Heart Health week at LDC by talking about a chronic heart condition that affects thousands of people in the UK: Angina. Whether you have been diagnosed with Angina yourself, or someone you know has, this article is well worth a read – to brush up on your knowledge of which symptoms are normal and when to be concerned.
Let’s imagine the scenario. It’s the middle of the exam season and you have an exam tomorrow. However, you’ve procrastinated right up until the very last minute (we all do it) and you’re left with no choice but to cram, cram, cram into the late hours of the night! How should you go about it? And is there any healthy way to do it?
CBT is a type of talking therapy proven to be very effective in helping people with a variety of different conditions, from stress and depression, to chronic pain and anger management! We explain a bit more about how CBT works in today’s blog post.
What is the first feeling that comes to mind when someone mentions exams? For most people, it is STRESS! Too much of it can be detrimental to your performance, and yet too little can lead to insufficient motivation. In today’s blog post, we talk about how to rein in the stress and find the right balance to perform to the best of your ability!