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A sciatica or sciatica is pain affecting the sciatic or ischiatic nerve (the longest nerve in the body, extending from the lumbar spine to the feet). In general, this discomfort is due to inflammation or compression of the nerve roots, which are present in the lower lumbar region. The main cause results from an intervertebral disc herniation that...

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How to overcome constipation and maintain a healthy bowel movement?

A constipation is a frequently occurring bowel disorder with no apparent cause, which may be due to several factors simultaneously. Also known as constipation, constipation is characterized by partial or complete blockage of the bowel, resulting in straining to defecate, low frequency of defecation, hard stools, or apparently incomplete defecation. The...

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Gastric Reflux: How to treat it?

O gastric reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease is the involuntary passage of stomach contents – usually hydrochloric acid – into the esophagus in the absence of vomiting. This event is common in healthy adults and is not synonymous with disease, except when the body’s defense mechanisms fail and the episodes are chronic and...

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Cervicalgia: how to treat this problem?

Cervicalgia: all you need to know Cervicalgia can be characterized by an abnormality of the soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, nerves) or the bony structures of the cervical spine. It is estimated that this problem affects about 29% of men and 40% of women. However, this disease is less common than low back pain, for example. Although neck pain...

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