What is Sexually Transmitted Disease? Sexually Transmitted diseases or STDs are infections that are transmitted by human sexual behavior including vaginal sex, oral sex and anal sex. HIV, gonorrhea, syphilis, Chlamydia and genital warts are some of the most popular STDs known today. Symptoms of certain types of STDs cannot be easily noticed and infected individuals are unmindful of having the disease. This is one of the reasons why STDs are rapidly spreading to people.
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Despite claiming to be working longer hours than any other generation, a great deal of individuals suffer from sleepless nights. This is probably not due to not being not tired but to being stressed out. There could be other factors as well. In this article we will look at some natural methods of treating sleeplessness without recourse to over-the-counter sleeping tablets or tranquilizers, which some people have taken to eating like sweets unfortunately.
Many people are suffering from nail fungus infection. This type of fungus belongs with the dermatophytes group which infects keratin of both humans and animals. It is true that nail fungus is not deleterious. Then again, it deforms the nail and it can feasibly alter the natural color of nails. More often than not, the fungus make the nails to appear yellowish or whitish in color. Other signs that can signal a nail fungal infection are thickening, deteriorating and breaking of nails.
Baldness can be a very displeasing occurrence. What is more disrupting is when you look into the mirror and find out that you are losing your hair and will possibly go bald after a few years. More often than not, people assume that only men can experience thinning hairlines. In reality, a large proportion of women are also losing their hair. But there is a little dissimilarity between the receding hairline of women and that of men. Hair loss in men is indicated by receding hairline mostly on the crown of the head, while in women happens when there is a thinning of hair mostly all over the scalp, rather than a patch.
One of the greatest dreams of women who just gave birth is to go back to their pre-pregnant weight and body. Sadly, weight gain and weight loss frequently result to unsightly stretch marks on the skin markedly the tummy area, underarm and legs. These are common and it can appear after weight loss or pregnancy. When excessive stretching happens on a part of the skin, it breaks and loses its elastin and collagen. Thus, the mortifying lines also known as stretch marks obviously become visible.