Psychiatrist: when and why consult a psychiatrist?
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Psychiatrist: when and why consult a psychiatrist?

The psychiatrist is interested in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. Psychiatric pathologies result from different factors and can have major consequences. In this article, discover everything you need to know about the profession of a psychiatrist, its role, and when and why to consult it. What is psychiatry? Psychiatry is the medical specialty…

EMDR: the benefits of the EMDR method
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EMDR: the benefits of the EMDR method

EMDR therapy helps heal trauma and painful events. In this article, find out what EMDR is, and what its principles, history, and benefits are. In addition, we answer your questions on how to train in EMDR, the conduct of a session, and its effectiveness in view of the scientific literature. What is EMDR? The acronym…

Nasopharyngitis: everything you need to know about this infection
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Nasopharyngitis: everything you need to know about this infection

Nasopharyngitis is a very common infection of the respiratory tract. To learn more, see our dedicated article below. What is nasopharyngitis? Nasopharyngitis is a very common infection of the respiratory tract, specifically the nasopharynx, the cavity that extends from the nasal cavity to the pharynx. It is caused by a virus that can spread from…

Low back pain: everything you need to know about this back condition
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Low back pain: everything you need to know about this back condition

Low back pain, often called back pain or lumbago, is the medical term for severe pain in the lower back, and in the lumbar vertebrae. What are the causes? Can low back pain be prevented? How to treat it? Here are our explanations. What is low back pain? Low back pain: definition Low back pain…

Behavioral disorder: causes, symptoms, and treatments
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Behavioral disorder: causes, symptoms, and treatments

Behavioral disorders are manifested by action or reaction, which does not correspond to the attitude that should be had. They can be expressed in different ways (by excess or by default) and concern different spheres: food, mood, and sex… How are behavioral disorders defined? Behavior can be defined as how to act or behave on…

Flu: 5 ways to overcome flu quickly
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Flu: 5 ways to overcome flu quickly

The symptoms of flu are very similar to those of influenza or other acute infectious diseases: fever, headache, discharge, nasal congestion, chills, fatigue, mild body aches, and sneezing. Although the effects are more pronounced than for a cold, they are less pronounced than for real flu and usually last only a few days. However, some…

Parkinson’s disease: symptoms, prevention, and treatments
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Parkinson’s disease: symptoms, prevention, and treatments

Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative disease that results from the slow and progressive death of neurons in the brain. As the area of the brain affected by the disease plays an important role in controlling our movements, sufferers gradually make rigid, jerky, and uncontrollable gestures. Find out everything you need to know about this disease…

Stomach Vacuum: the technique to have a flat stomach effortlessly
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Stomach Vacuum: the technique to have a flat stomach effortlessly

The Stomach Vacuum is a bodybuilding exercise inspired by Yoga. It aims to work the abdominals without injury. This technique whose merits everyone praises on the networks would be able to give a flat stomach, without providing too much effort. True or False? Let’s take a look at this exercise to help you better understand…

Lymphadenopathy: all about the swelling of the lymph nodes
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Lymphadenopathy: all about the swelling of the lymph nodes

Lymphadenopathy is the medical term commonly used to refer to swollen lymph nodes. Having swollen lymph nodes is a sign of aggression in the body. Lymphadenopathy can thus be perceived as a warning signal. They can be related to mild and transient infections but also have more serious causes. How to treat them? Can they…

Otolaryngology: the role of ENT | when and why consult an ENT?

Otolaryngology: the role of ENT | when and why consult an ENT?

The ENT is the specialist in the ENT sphere: ears, nose, throat, and salivary glands. It intervenes in many cases, both in children and adults. When to consult an otolaryngologist and what is his role? In this article, here is everything you need to know about the ENT profession. What is otolaryngology? Otolaryngology, or ENT,…

Mononucleosis: symptoms and treatments of kissing disease
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Mononucleosis: symptoms and treatments of kissing disease

Infectious mononucleosis is a disease caused by the Epstein-Barr virus. Mononucleosis mostly affects teenagers and young adults, but it can also affect children. In the latter, it is most often silent and therefore undetected. Mononucleosis, what is it? Mononucleosis is most often manifested by sore throats, headaches, extreme fatigue, loss of appetite, and feeling weak throughout the…

Intercostal neuralgia: all about this intercostal pain
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Intercostal neuralgia: all about this intercostal pain

Intercostal neuralgia is chest pain in the intercostal nerves. It is caused by the compression of one of the 24 nerves located between the ribs and the intercostal muscles, at the level of the rib cage. Treatment of intercostal neuralgia depends on its cause. In this article, find out everything you need to know about…