Our doctors are experts in treating the medical conditions listed below

Our doctors are experts in treating the medical conditions listed below

Overview:
When a body responds to a stressful situation, the feeling of apprehension that comes out is known as anxiety.

It is completely fine to feel nervous and slight fear but the situation where the regular anxiousness goes beyond your control and affects your mental health condition is an anxiety disorder.

The feeling of occasional anxiety is normal but when it gets converted into a disorder the fear starts acting on your daily life and leaves you unpleasant with sweat along with a pounding heart.
Our online doctors’ consultancy services are available 24×7 for you.
So, get in touch with our experts and overcome it.

What are the types of anxiety disorders?

A. Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD):
Generalized anxiety disorder is a long term disorder that represents excessive fear or anxiety. These people always stay alert and seem to worry about everything.

B. Social anxiety
Social anxiety is a persistent fear of negative judgement in social situations. People with social anxiety feel extreme anxiety about being judged, laughed at, or humiliated while facing others.

C. Specific Phobias
Phobias are intense fear or anxieties of a specific object or situation. Specific phobias make people react by irrationally exaggerating the danger. Agoraphobia, acrophobia, and claustrophobia are some of the common phobias.

D. Panic Disorder
Panic disorder is a situation of recurring sudden unexpected attacks of terror which leads to overwhelmed sensations in the body. This can include any combination of sensation, fear of dying, rapid breathing, blurred vision, sweating, shaking or going crazy.

E. Separation anxiety disorder
Separation disorder shapes a person’s mind that they will be left alone. Thus, they constantly have a feeling of fear of losing someone or something they adore.

F. Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
Obsessive compulsive disorder is a behavioural disorder which is led by unwanted repetitive thoughts. OCD makes people have an urge to carry out compulsion and they often feel undignified.

What are the symptoms of anxiety

  • Feeling agitated
  • Restlessness
  • Fatigue
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Irritability
  • Tense muscles
  • Insomnia
  • Panic attacks
  • Avoid social situations
  • Irrational fear
  • Breathing rapidly

What causes anxiety?
Although the exact reason is unknown the following can also lead to anxiety-

  • Genetic
    Heredity factor can be a reason for an anxiety disorder.
  • Environmental
    Experiencing stress or trauma may also lead to anxiety.

Overview:
Mental health disorder that occurs because of experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event is called Post-traumatic stress disorder.

People with PTSD may have difficulty coping up and have intense, disrupted thoughts which cause changes in the body such as an increase in blood pressure, heart rate, panic, and anxiety.

PTSD affects daily tasks and compels you to have negative thoughts about yourself.
To get relieved from stress consult our doctors online and ease up on life.

What are the types of PTSD?

A. Normal Stress Response
Normal stress response occurs before PTSD begins. Incidents like trauma, illness, injuries, accidents lead to stress and tension results in normal stress response.
These can be easily cured by sharing them through talk therapy or with the support of loved ones.

B. Acute Stress Disorder
Acute stress disorder is not full-blown PTSD. However, it occurs when a person experiences life-threatening events or incidents like loss of loved ones or risk of death. Though it can be treated through the love and support of peers if it is not cured on time, it may lead to PTSD.

C. Uncomplicated PTSD
Uncomplicated PTSD is caused by one major agonizing event. Its symptoms include mood swings, irritability, nightmares, and flashbacks. Thus, it can be treated through medications and therapy.

D. Complex PTSD
Complex PTSD is the consequence of multiple traumas. As people with complex PTSD can be diagnosed with an antisocial personality disorder or dissociative disorder.
They can exhibit behavioural changes like extreme rage or depression thus the treatment is also a little more intense.

E. Comorbid PTSD
Comorbid PTSD is a situation when a person has more than one mental health concern. It is an umbrella term for co-occurring disorders and is also very common as many people suffer from various conditions at a time.

What are the symptoms of PTSD?

  • Angry outbursts
  • Irritability
  • Sleep disorder
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Flashbacks
  • Sensations
  • Avoidance
  • Behaviour Changes
  • Mood Swings
  • Hopelessness about the future
  • Overwhelming guilt or shame

What causes PTSD?

  • Risk factors
    Experiencing long-lasting traumas which affect mental health can lead to PTSD.
  • Stressful experiences
    Experiencing serious accidents, war, conflict or torture can lead to PTSD.

Overview:
A long-term degenerative disorder of the nervous system which affects movement is called Parkinson’s disease. The symptoms begin with tremors, and gradually elevate to muscle stiffness, loss of smell, blank facial expression, problems to balance and tendency to fall.

People with Parkinson’s disease may also experience irregular blood pressure, gait, fatigue, skin problems, decreased blinking and swallowing.
Through medications, treatments and diagnosis the symptoms can help relieve.

Consult our doctors online and get an expert’s view on your health condition.

What are the types of Parkinson’s disease?

A. Primary parkinsonism
Primary parkinsonism is also known as idiopathic Parkinson’s disease which means the disease has no known cause. Most patients are diagnosed with it and tend to react well to drugs that work by substituting dopamine molecules in the brain.

B. Secondary parkinsonism
Secondary parkinsonism is also termed atypical parkinsonism or Parkinson’s Plus.
Though it is quite similar to primary parkinsonism, the main difference is that people with secondary parkinsonism do not react well to dopaminergic medications.

Secondary parkinsonism is further divided into various types:

  • Drug-induced parkinsonism
  • Vascular parkinsonism
  • Normal-pressure hydrocephalus (NSA)
  • Corticobasal degeneration (CBD)
  • Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP)
  • Multiple system atrophy (MSA)

What are the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease?

  • Anosmia
  • Insomnia
  • Tremor
  • Rigidity
  • Gait changes
  • Voice changes
  • Hallucinations
  • Constipation
  • Memory problems
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Blank facial expression
  • Increased risk of melanoma

What causes Parkinson’s disease?

  • Low dopamine levels
    When nerve cells in the substantia nigra (an area of the brain) dies or becomes impaired then it produces less amount of dopamine which is necessary for brain cells to communicate. Due to low dopamine levels, the problem in movement can be seen.
  • Low norepinephrine levels
    People with Parkinson’s disease may also lose another neurotransmitter called norepinephrine which contributes to blood circulation and other body functions. Due to low levels of norepinephrine, the functioning of the sympathetic nervous system is affected.
  • Genetic factors
    Only 10% of people are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease due to genetic factors.

Overview:
A mood disorder or a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest is known as depression. This variety of emotional and physical changes/problems can affect your daily life and ability to function at home or work.

These mood fluctuations are common among people from late teens to mid-20s and may lead to severe health conditions with loss of appetite, trouble sleeping and even thoughts of death or suicide.

Depression is an ongoing problem, not a passing one, yet can be cured.
Consult our experts online and make effective changes to your health.

What are the types of depression?

A. Major depression
Major depression is also called major depressive disorder (MDD). It has intense or massive symptoms like trouble sleeping, feeling guilty, trouble concentrating, weight loss or gain, unexplained pains and even thoughts of suicide that last longer than two weeks

B. Persistent depressive disorder
Persistent depressive disorder or PDD is also known as dysthymia. The symptoms aren’t very severe but they are pervasive and last for at least two years or longer. People with PDD are mainly affected through sleep, appetite, energy level and self-esteem.

C. Bipolar disorder
Bipolar disorder is sometimes also mentioned as manic depression. People with bipolar disorder alternate periods of moods, from an extreme high of energy to a low depressive period. Meditation could help to bring mood swings under control.

D. Postpartum and perinatal depression
Perinatal and postpartum depression can be usually analysed on women during pregnancy and it may also last up to one year after childbirth. People with this kind of depression show symptoms like sadness, exhaustion, extreme worry about the baby‘s health and safety, difficulty caring for themselves or the new baby, and thoughts of self-harm or harming the baby.

E. Psychotic depression
Psychotic depression is accompanied by hallucination, delusion or paranoia(wrongly believing that someone is going to harm you). People with psychotic depression might experience periods where they lose touch with reality.

G. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
Seasonal affective disorder can also be termed as seasonal depression. It occurs during winters due to disturbance in the normal circadian rhythm of the body and goes away till spring or early summer. The symptoms are like gain of weight, need for more sleep, social withdrawal or even daily feeling of sadness.

H. Situational depression
Situational depression happens when the feelings of sadness or anxiousness start to feel out of proportion with the triggering event. It is clinically known as adjustment disorder but it’s brought on by specific events or situations.

I. Atypical depression

Atypical depression is a bit of a different kind of depression that contains the ability to be temporarily cherished. People with atypical depression show symptoms like Increased appetite, sleeping more than usual, feeling of heaviness in your arms and legs, and oversensitive to criticism


What are the symptoms of depression?

  • Lost interest
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Hopeless outlook
  • Getting help
  • Looking at death
  • Fatigue or loss of energy
  • Feelings of worthlessness or guilt
  • Changes in appetite and weight
  • Recurrent thoughts suicide
  • Uncontrollable emotions
  • Slowed movement and speech

What causes depression?

  • Life events
    If you are already at a risk because of previous experiences above which there is trauma or lack of support, these can lead to depression.
  • Brain chemistry
    If the front lobe of your brain is less active then there is a huge chance of getting affected by depression.
  • Medical conditions
    Certain conditions or ongoing pain or illness can cause depression. Drugs and alcohol can make depression even worse.

Overview:

A common sleep disorder that causes trouble sleeping is known as insomnia. People with insomnia don’t feel refreshed because they either can’t fall asleep or stay asleep. Lack of proper sleep can lead to hypertension, weight changes, or even behavioural issues.

If you don’t want to put up with sleepless nights then get online expert consultation with Hempcare India.

What are the types of insomnia?

A. Acute insomnia
An acute insomnia is also known as adjustment insomnia. These brief episodes of trouble sleeping usually last for a week or maximum a month.

 

  1. Chronic insomnia

Insomnia can also be chronic or for the long term. It is classified as primary(idiopathic) and secondary(comorbid) insomnia. Primary insomnia does not have any specific cause whereas secondary insomnia occurs due to underlying medical conditions. 

What are the symptoms of insomnia?

  • Increased errors or accidents
  • Unrefreshing sleep
  • Difficulty falling asleep at night
  • Fatigue
  • Grumpiness
  • Mood changes
  • Waking up during the night
  • Waking too early in the morning
  • Daytime tiredness or sleepiness
  • Irritability
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Problems with concentration or memory

What causes insomnia? 

1. Primary causes

  • Stress
  • Unhealthy lifestyle or sleep habits
  • Major loss or change 
  • Genes
  •  Ageing

2. Secondary causes

  • Medical conditions
  • Pregnancy
  • Caffeine, nicotine & alcohol
  • Nightmares
  • PMS or menopause

Overview:
When there is an excess dependence on something/someone it turns out to be an addiction. Addiction to anything can be problematic to your daily life because of the non-resisting urge to use them. Especially with drugs or alcohol, it can be difficult to recognise the signs of dependence but it can have harmful consequences. 

If you are also having a problem stopping the addiction disorders, then get online consultation from our doctors and resolve it.


What are the symptoms of drug/alcohol addiction?

  • Looking unkempt
  • Denial of addiction or hiding drug use
  • Loss of control
  • Confusion and hallucinations
  • Disregard of harm caused
  • Obsessive thoughts and actions
  • Unexplained paranoia
  • Enlarged or small pupils
  • Sudden weight loss or gain
  • Bloodshot eyes
  • Insomnia
  • Nausea and vomiting

What causes drug/alcohol addiction? 

  • Family Dynamics
    Unhealthy family attachments and genetic factors can contribute to addiction to drugs or alcohol.
  • Trauma
    Any abuse or traumatic experience in the past which can be hard to recover from can lead to drug/alcohol addiction.
  • Peer Pressure
    Peer pressure, poor family or social customs is usually a major reason for the alcohol/drug addiction.

A common disorder that results in the pain, swelling, and stiffness of joints is known as arthritis. The inflammation can make the movement even worse. It can affect one joint or multiple joints with discomfort around the area.

Arthritis can make life tough.
So, consult our experts online and make the right approach to manage your symptoms.

What are the types of arthritis?

A. Osteoarthritis (OA)
Osteoarthritis is also termed degenerative arthritis. This most common type of arthritis breaks down the cartilage in your joints due to which joints rub together and thus the joints are inflamed.

B. Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that only attacks healthy joint tissues of your body. Due to RA knuckles, elbows or heels often receive pressure and the inflammation can cause severe joint damage if not treated on time.

C. Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA)
Psoriatic arthritis is a condition that affects the skin as well as joints. It usually affects the scalp, the skin, naval, tip of elbows and knees making the inflamed area with scales patchy, raised, red and white. 

What are the symptoms of arthritis?

  • Stiffness
  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Redness
  • Decreased range of motion

What causes arthritis?

  • Diet and nutrition
    Diet with high-purine food can trigger arthritis and as result, there is an increase in the level of uric acid.
  • Genetically
    Inheritance or family history can cause arthritis.
  • Immune system dysfunction
    When the body’s immune system attacks the body’s tissues it directly affects the joint resulting in arthritis.
  • Injury
    Any exercise or injury that stresses your joint can also lead to arthritis. 

Overview:
When there are temporary physical or behavioural changes due to bursts of uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain, it is termed a seizure. An acute sudden seizure can go unnoticed but recurring seizure is a major disorder which is known as epilepsy. People with seizures can also experience brief blackouts subsequently with confusion.

Consult our fine doctors online and get your seizure treated. 

  • What are the types of seizures?

    A. Focal seizures:
    Focal seizure affects only one side of the brain so it is also called partial seizure.

    Focal seizures are further classified as:
  • Simple focal seizures
  • Complex focal seizures
  • Secondary generalized seizures 

Generalized seizures:
Generalized seizure affects both sides of the brain due to misfire by nerve cells.

Generalized seizures are further classified as:

  • Absence seizures
  • Tonic-clonic seizures

What are the symptoms of seizures?

  • Loss of consciousness or awareness
  • Stroke
  • High fever, often from an infection like meningitis
  • Brain damage from illness or injury
  • Temporary confusion
  • A staring spell
  • Uncontrollable jerking movements of the arms and legs 

What causes seizures? 

Seizure can be the outcome of anything that affects the brain and body.  

Genetic mutations can also be a cause of few types of seizure disorders.

  • Epilepsy
  • Alcohol or drug withdrawal
  • An electrolyte imbalance
  • Extremely high blood pressure
  • Head trauma
  • Kidney or liver failure
  • Vascular abnormality in the brain

Overview:
A neurological condition due to which the brain shrinks or brain cells die resulting in disorientation or cognitive decline is known as Alzheimer’s disease.  People with this disease show symptoms like forgetting recent conversation or activities along with decline in social and behavioral functionality/skills.

This is a severe mental condition which can cause a huge impact in one’s life.
Join hands with HempCareIndia and take consultation from our specialists to ease the symptoms.

What are the types of Alzheimer’s disease?

A. Early-onset Alzheimer’s
Early-onset Alzheimer’s is a rare disease with only a 5% chance of people getting diagnosed by it. This type of disease affects younger aged people, mainly below 65yrs.  

B. Late-onset Alzheimer’s
Late-onset Alzheimer’s is a very common disease. Almost all people who are above 60s have it. It may and may not be inherited. 

C. Familial Alzheimer’s disease (FAD)
Familial Alzheimer’s disease or FAD is a form of Alzheimer disease which is specified to have it through genes. 

What are the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease?

  • Preserved skills
  • Changes in sleeping habits
  • Wandering
  • Loss of inhibitions
  • Problems with words in speaking or writing
  • Memory loss
  • Poor judgment
  • Changes in mood and personality
  • Depression
  • Apathy

What causes  Alzheimer’s disease?

  • Increased age
  • Genetic
  • Down’s syndrome
  • Risk factors
  • Head injuries

Overview:

A chronic disorder due to which there is unusual inactivity in the brain is called epilepsy. People with epilepsy have periods of behaving in an abnormal way and sometimes also feel sensations because of the disrupted connectivity among brain cells.
Basically, these are recurrent seizures which can go from mild to being stronger with respective consequences.

Delay in its treatment may lead to losing consciousness.
So, don’t get too late and book our online doctor consultation on this.

What are the types of  Epilepsy?

A. Focal epilepsy
This type of epilepsy affects only one side of the brain and is also called partial seizures.

Focal aware epilepsy: In this type of epilepsy a person knows what’s happening around and is called aware epilepsy. 

Focal impaired awareness epilepsy: In this type of epilepsy a person is not aware of what’s happening during the seizure or forgets. 

Focal motor epilepsy: In this type of epilepsy a person moves to some extent and carries out activities like twitching, rubbing hands or walking around, etc. 

Focal non-motor epilepsy: In this type of epilepsy a person doesn’t move instead it leads to feel and think numerous things. 

B. Generalised epilepsy
This type of epilepsy affects both sides of the brain.

Generalized motor: It is also known as “grand mal” seizures. It causes dramatic movement that can’t be controlled in the body like losing control and stiffening of the muscle and overall body or jerk.

Generalized non-motor: It is also known as “petit mal” seizures. In this type of epilepsy people stop and stare at one space for a long period of time or perform the same activity repeatedly. 

What are the symptoms of Epilepsy?

  • Temporary confusion
  • A staring spell
  • Abnormal behaviour
  • Sensations
  • Loss of consciousness or awareness
  • Uncontrollable jerking movements of the arms and legs
  • Psychic symptoms such as fear, anxiety or deja vu

What causes  Epilepsy?

A. Genetic influence:

Category under which the epilepsy disorder runs in families and therefore inherited by the family member is called epilepsy by genetic influence

B. Physical causes:

  • Head trauma
  • Brain conditions
  • Infectious diseases
  • Developmental disorders

Overview:
A severe mental disorder in which a person loses ability to think or act clearly and interpret reality abnormally is known as Schizophrenia. Though it is not a very common disease, it can be chronic and disability.
People suffering from schizophrenia suffer from psychosis in which they can’t differentiate between imaginary and reality.

This disorder affects different people in different ways and the treatment requires a combination of medicines and special care services.
Avail our online doctor consultation and relieve the symptoms.

What are the types of  Schizophrenia?

  • Paranoid schizophrenia
    Paranoid schizophrenia is a type of schizophrenia that is distinguished by paranoid behavior. It is the most common among other types including symptoms like delusions and hallucinations.  
  • Catatonic schizophrenia
    Catatonic schizophrenia is a type of schizophrenia which includes physical movements. This type of schizophrenia can make people shut down mentally, emotionally, and physically. People with this disorder may look like mimicking behavior, mutism and even a stupor-like condition.
  • Residual schizophrenia
    People with residual schizophrenia usually show more of negative symptoms even though they may have a history of positive symptoms running in the family. They might show symptoms like flattened affect, poor hygiene. Slowed speech, etc.
  • Undifferentiated schizophrenia
    People who don’t fit in any other type of schizophrenia are said to be classified under undifferentiated schizophrenia. These people show several vague symptoms both positive and negative.

What are the symptoms of Schizophrenia?

  • Delusions
  • Hallucinations
  • Psychosis
  • Hearing voices
  • Cognitive Impairment
  • Disorganised Thinking
  • Suicidal thoughts and behaviour

What causes  Schizophrenia?

  • Environment, genetics, and brain chemistry’s combination can be a cause of schizophrenia. 

Overview:

A severe headache that causes continuous throbbing pain or sensations on one side of the brain is called Migraine.
People with migraine might experience symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to sound and light. This neurological disorder can affect them in a very serious way leaving them in bed for days.

If you are tired of this recurring critical headache then take online consultation from “HempCareIndia” to notice relief and undergo comfort. 

What are the types of Migraine?

  • Migraine without aura (common migraine)
    An aura is usually a warning signal that is caused by a group of sensory and motor symptoms that happens before the headache begins. It can last from 10 minutes to 60 minutes or even more leaving a mild or severe headache behind.
  • Migraine with aura (classic migraine)
    People who have migraines without aura may not have any warnings like aura but they experience symptoms like vomiting or constant throbbing on one side of the head. 

What are the symptoms of Migraine?

  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Neck pain
  • Dizziness 
  • Nasal congestion
  • Being sensitive to light, sound, or smell
  • Fatigue
  • Food cravings or lack of appetite
  • Mood changes
  • Severe thirst
  • Bloating
  • Constipation or diarrhea

What causes Migraine?

  • Way nerves communicate
  • Genetic features
  • Balance of chemicals
  • Blood vessels

Overview:
A group of diseases of heart and blood vessels is called Cardiovascular diseases. (CVDs)


CVDs include:
Coronary heart disease 
Cerebrovascular disease 
Peripheral arterial disease 
Rheumatic heart disease 
Congenital heart disease 

People with cardiovascular disorders can have changes like raised blood pressure, raised blood glucose, obesity and being overweight.
The sooner CVDs are detected the easier it is to treat.

Consult our experts online and detect the disorder.
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What are the types of Cardiovascular disorder?

      A. Coronary heart disease
           When the flow of oxygenated blood to the heart is either blocked or reduced it is      called coronary heart disease. Due to this disorder heart strain increases rapidly leading to angina, heart failure and heart attacks.

B. Strokes and TIAs
          When the blood supply to a part of the brain is cut off it is called stroke. Strokes can    cause brain damage or death.
When the stroke is mini or temporarily disrupted it is called transient ischaemic attack or TIAs. 

C. Peripheral arterial disease

When there is blockage in the arteries to the limb it is called peripheral arterial disease. This causes weakness or numbness or even cramping on legs and feet.

D. Aortic disease
Aorta is the largest blood vessel in the body which carries blood from heart to different parts of the body. A group of conditions which affects the aorta is called aortic disease.

What are the symptoms of Cardiovascular disorder?

  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest tightness or pressure
  • Lightheadedness or dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Cold sweats
  • Fluid build up
  • Heart palpitations (heart pounding or racing)
  • Pain or numbness in your legs or arms
  • Abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting

What causes Cardiovascular disorder?

  • High cholesterol (hyperlipidemia)
  • High blood pressure (hypertension)
  • Tobacco use
  • Diabetes
  • Family history of heart disease
  • Sedentary lifestyle or obesity
  • Diet high in sodium, sugar and fat
  • Excessive alcohol use
  • Preeclampsia or toxemia
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Chronic inflammatory
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Damage to the circulatory system

Overview:
A chronic condition which affects the central nervous system (brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves) is known as Multiple Sclerosis or MS. In MS the immune system attacks the layer which protects the nerve fibres due to which the communication problem arises between brain and rest of the body.
People with multiple sclerosis can have various symptoms and signs depending upon the amount of nerve damage.

Consult “HempCareIndia” on this and speed the recovery.

What are the types of Multiple sclerosis?

A. Clinically isolated syndrome (CIS):
           In CIS, it is a single episode with symptoms which lasts for atleast 24 hours.


B. Relapse-remitting MS (RRMS):
          In RRMS, there are episodes of new and increasing symptoms which may partially go away or even completely.

 

C. Primary progressive MS (PPMS):
      In PPMS, symptoms worsens gradually without relapse and remissions.

 

D. Secondary progressive MS (SPMS):
      In SPMS, people initially experience periods of relapse and remissions and eventually it advances steadily. 

What are the symptoms of Multiple sclerosis?

  • Fatigue
  • Slurred speech
  • Dizziness
  • Tingling or pain in parts of your body
  • Problems with sexual, bowel and bladder function
  • Prolonged double vision
  • Blurry vision
  • Numbness or weakness in one or more limbs 
  • Electric-shock sensations that occur with certain neck movements
  • Tremor

What causes Multiple sclerosis?

  • Genetic factors
  • Age(mostly 20-40)
  • Smoking
  • Infections
  • Vitamin D deficiency
  • Vitamin B12 deficiency

Overview:
The mechanism which has the ability for a therapy to protect the nervous system from injury and damage is known as Neuroprotection. It can not reverse the earlier damage but can protect and slow down the future loss.  
Consult “HempCareIndia” and protect yourself from neurological effects.
What causes Neuroprotection?

  • Mitochondrial dysfunction
  • Oxidative stress
  • Excitotoxicity
  • Inflammatory changes
  • Iron accumulation
  • Brain proteins

Overview:
When a body’s immune system responds to an irritant by entering into the tissues or blood, it is known as Inflammation. It usually swells up the wound making it red. Sometimes, it can be painful too. 
Inflammation protects your body from invaders such as germs, bacteria, viruses, etc.
Take online consultation from “HempCareIndia” to know more about Inflammation.

What are the types of Inflammation?

A. Acute Inflammation
Acute inflammation is for a short period of time that might go away within hours to days.

B. Chronic Inflammation
Chronic inflammation is for a longer period of time that might last from months to years or even for a lifetime.

What are the symptoms of Inflammation?

  • Heat
  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Pain
  • Loss of function

What causes Inflammation?

  •  Acute Inflammation

 – Infection
– Injury

  • Chronic Inflammation

– Sensitivity
-Exposure to an irritant
-Autoimmune disorders
– Autoinflammatory diseases
-Persistent acute inflammation

Overview:

A mental health condition in which a person suffers from extreme mood swings then they are known to have Bipolar Disorder. The extreme high emotion is called manic and the extreme low is called depression.
If you are also characterized by episodes of mania and depression then consult doctors online on “HempCareIndia” while sitting at home and ease the symptoms like extreme shifts in mood.

What are the types of Bipolar disorder?

A. Bipolar I Disorder
People with bipolar I disorder suffer from severe periods or episodes of manic or depression.

B. Bipolar II Disorder
People with bipolar II disorder suffer from a combination of hypomania and depression.

C. Cyclothymic Disorder or Cyclothymia
People with cyclothymia may suffer from bipolar symptoms that do not describe briefly either about Bipolar I or Bipolar II but have brief episodes of hypomania and mild depression.

What are the symptoms of Bipolar disorder?

  • Distractibility
  • Poor decision-making
  • Engaging in risky behavior
  • Increased libido
  • Abnormally upbeat, jumpy or wired
  • Feeling exhilarated or euphoric
  • Feelings of worthlessness or excessive or inappropriate guilt
  • Insomnia and sleeping problems
  • Anxiety about minor issues
  • Pain or physical problems that do not respond to treatment
  • Impaired judgment
  • Eating more or eating less
  • Weight loss or weight gain
  • Extreme tiredness, fatigue, and listlessness
  • Irritability
  • Sensitivity 

What causes Bipolar disorder?

  • Genetics
  • Biological differences
  • Other

Overview:
A disease which initially begins from a cell of the body, grows uncontrollably, and spreads to other parts as well is known as cancer
These developed abnormal cells have the ability to escalate throughout the entire body. 

The positive part is that the recovery rate from cancer is gradually increasing. 

Consult “HempCareIndia” on cancer and begin your recovery journey.

What are the types of Cancer?

A. Carcinoma
Carcinoma cancer is the type of cancer that starts from the skin.

B. Sarcoma
Sarcoma cancer is the cancer of connecting tissues.

C. Leukemia
Leukemia cancer is a cancer of bone marrow.

D. Lymphoma and myeloma
Lymphoma and myeloma are cancers of the immune system.

What are the symptoms of Cancer?

  • Lump anywhere on your body that can be felt under the skin
  • Fatigue
  • Weight changes
  • Unexplained bleeding or bruising (coughing up blood or blood in urine)
  • A sore that doesn’t heal
  • Symptoms that refuse to clear up, eg a cough or hoarseness that lasts for more than three weeks.

What causes Cancer?

  • Family history, inheritance, and genetics may play an important role in some childhood cancers
  • Some genetic disorders
  • Lifestyle factors 
  • Exposures to certain viruses 
  • Environmental exposures
  • Some forms of high-dose chemotherapy and radiation

Overview:
A very common skin condition which mainly affects teenagers causing breakouts and pimples is known as acne.
Anything due to which you can not feel your normal skin can be skin issues. These can vary in symptoms and severity depending upon its condition or subject.
Take online consultation from “HempCareIndia” and lessen the symptoms of skin related any issues.

What are the types of Acne?

A. Inflammatory

  • Pustules
  • Papules
  • Nodules
  • Cysts

B. Non-inflammatory

  • Whiteheads (closed comedones)
  • Blackheads (open comedones)

What are the symptoms of Acne?

  • Dark spots with open pores
  • Persistent, recurrent red spots
  • Tiny white bumps
  • Red swellings or lumps

What causes Acne?

  • Hair follicles clogged by oil and dead skin cells
  • Excess oil (sebum) production
  • Bacteria
  • Inflammation
  • Hormonal changes
  • Diet
  • Stress

Overview:
A serious mental health disorder which involves loss of appetite or inability to eat along with bad eating habits due to obsessive fear of gaining weight is known as anorexia.
People with anorexia cope with their emotional problems in a very unhealthy manner which sometimes can even be life threatening. It is usually seen in teenagers
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What are the types of Anorexia?

A. Restricting type
In this type of Anorexia people restrict themselves on what quantity and type of food they eat. They consume everything while counting calories, carbs, skipping meals etc. 

B. Binge eating/purging type
In this type of anorexia people restrict what food they eat while binging on it. They will consume a large amount of food and then balance it by purging the food by vomiting.

What are the symptoms of Anorexia

  • A pattern of declining to eat, possibly stating that they have “already eaten” and/or “aren’t hungry”
  • Loss/fluctuation of body fat and muscle
  • Yellowing and dry skin
  • Emphasis on body weight, size, shape, and appearance that causes apparent distress
  • Loss or irregularity in the menstrual cycle (amenorrhea)
  • Constipation
  • Abdominal pain and gastrointestinal issues
  • Reduced immune system
  • Dental erosion
  • Mood swings and increased emotion dysregulation

What causes Anorexia?

  • Psychological Factors
    – Person’s own thinking can go overboard causing anorexia
  • Biological Factors
    – People who are born and binded under specific rules are fostered causing anorexia

  • Environmental Factors
    – Beauty ideals emphasizing on perfection and changes people personal life causing anorexia

Overview:
A progressive brain disorder that is caused by breakdown of nerve cells leading to uncontrollable movements, emotional problems, and loss of thinking ability is known as Huntington’s disease.
People usually develop symptoms in their 30s and 40s leaving an impact on their functional ability. 
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What are the types of Huntington’s disease?

A. Adult-onset Huntington’s disease
Adult-onset Huntington’s disease affects people after they cross mid 40s-50s.

B.Juvenile Huntington’s disease.
Juvenile Huntinton’s disease affects children and teenagers, which is also very rare. 

What are the symptoms of Huntington’s disease?

  • Decline in thinking and reasoning skill
  • Uncontrolled movement 
  • Alterations in mood, especially depression, anxiety, and Uncharacteristic anger and irritability. 
  • Obsessive-compulsive behavior

What causes Huntington’s disease?
– A defect in a single gene causes Huntington’s disease. It’s considered an autosomal dominant disorder.

Overview:
A disorder in the nervous system due to which a person repeats movements or unwanted sounds that can not be easily controlled is known as Tourette syndrome.
People with this syndrome may face issues while speaking, like blur out a few words they intend to say or keep blinking their eyes or shrug shoulders. These can not be controlled leading people to “tic” which becomes troublesome in daily life.
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What are the types of Tourette’s syndrome?

A. Motor Tics
Motor tics include movements of the body.

B. Vocal Tics
Vocal tics include sounds that are made by voice.

What are the symptoms of Tourette’s syndrome?

  • Blinking
  • Making a face
  • Mouth twitching
  • Shoulder shrugging
  • Arm or head jerking
  • Clearing your throat
  • Coughing
  • Grunting
  • Repeating what someone else says
  • Shouting
  • Sniffing
  • Swearing

What causes Tourette’s syndrome?
Tourette’s syndrome is caused either/or by a combination of inherited (genetic) and environmental factors.

Overview:
A chronic condition which affects the airways by producing extra mucus is called Asthma.
It causes wheezes and difficulty in breathing.
People with asthma are triggered through any exposure to allergen and irritants. Due to asthma the walls of the airways become swollen and inflamed.
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What are the types of Asthma?

A. Allergic Asthma

Allergic asthma is the most common type of asthma in which people face problems if exposed to certain allergens like pollens,pet dander, mold spores, specific foods, dust, insects’ feces, tobacco smoke, automobile or chemical fumes, heavily fragranced products.

B. Non-Allergic Asthma / Seasonal Asthma
Non-allergic asthma usually develops due to genetic and environmental factors like cold, humidity, stress, exercise, pollution, irritants in the air, respiratory infections.

C. Difficult-to-control or Severe asthma
Difficult-to-control is a type of asthma where people suffer severe symptoms or the treatments do not seem to work on them. People may have life threatening asthma attacks.

D. Adult-Onset Asthma
Adult-onset asthma means asthma can be developed at any age including adulthood. Some factors that have more risk of affecting adults are respiratory illness, allergies, hormonal factors, obesity, stress, and smoking. 

E. Occupational Asthma
Occupational asthma is a result of exposure to certain elements at workspace where the symptoms worsens. 

What are the symptoms of Asthma?

  • Wheezing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Coughing, especially at night
  • Chest tightness, pain, or pressure
  • Frequent cough, especially at night
  • Feeling very tired or weak when exercising
  • Feeling tired, easily upset, grouchy, or moody
  • Decreases or changes in lung function as measured on a peak flow meter
  • Signs of a cold or allergies (sneezing, runny nose, cough, nasal congestion, sore throat, and headache)
  • Trouble sleeping

What causes Asthma?

  • Genetics 
  • An overly sensitive immune system
  • History of viral infections
  • Hygiene hypothesis