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  • Answer: Usually, Dizziness is followed by fainting. Dizziness can be treated by giving your body a little more sodium and less caffeine. Drink Gaterade or Vitamin water. Hope this helps =]
  • Answer: From beginner internet research there is no technical prevention for Onychomadesis itself. Onychomadesis can happen randomly, possibly by heredity. The only way to prevent it is if it is not caused randomly is to NOT get any localized nail fold infections, nail fungus, bacterial, or yeast infections in the fingers or toes. Also DO NOT DAMAGE the nail matrix in any way. ALSO it is crucial that you do not get any systemic diseases as some of these are known causes also with distress in the womb.
  • Answer: An SUV rollover can be easily prevented by making simple driving precautions. Never take corners to narrowly or quickly, stay in the center of the road at all times, and do not partake in any distracting activities while driving.
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    Migraine headaches
    are triggered by changes in the levels of serotonin. There are many causes for migraines, and some people are more genetically inclined to have them. Migraines are more common in women and people over 50. Everyone has different migraine triggers.
    To prevent migraines, you need to learn what triggers them and reduce the them. The best method is to start a migraine diary, keeping track of the diet, sleeping patterns, medications, stress level, exercise routine, and supplements taken. Check your notes and look for patterns to discover the common triggers for your migraine. How often do the migraines occur? At what times of the day? How many times a week? How often in a month?

    Stress is usually a pretty big factor, so try to reduce the level of stress by meditating and exercising. You need to get enough rest, eat a healthy diet with fruits and vegetables. Decrease the amount of caffeine and alcohol, increase the foods with magnesium (cashew nuts, soybeans).
    Reduce exposure to intense stimuli- visual stimuli such as looking at computer and TV screens for a long time, bright lights; avoid extreme sensory stimuli such strong noises and smells.
    Keep track of the supplements and medications you take. Ask your doctor about the effects they might have on your migraine.

    Once you make some changes to your diet and lifestyle, check the new patterns and monitor improvement.
    If the migraines still persist and there is no improvement, consult your local headache specialist.
  • Answer: scurvy is a lack of vitamin c so you should eat lemons, limes and oranges to prevent it.
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    Some people are genetically prone to ulcers, while others can have ulcers from stress, smoking, street drugs and too much alcohol. Seeing the doctor is a must (because an ulcer can bleed) and there are medications for it.
  • Answer: Don;t dislocate it in the first place!

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  • Answer: The only way to prevent blisters is to put something betweenyourself and whatever it is you think will cause a blister. Forexample, wear gloves when using a rake for a long period of time.
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  • Answer: Align front end. Install new shocks.

    Also come slower into your turns and maybe switch to a rear wheel drive vehicle.
  • Answer: Eat foods in all of the recommended food groups. For more info. contact the American Dietetic Association.
  • Answer: Possibilities include but are not limited to: fuel not reaching engine, spark not reaching fuel, controll moduel needing replacement, crank position sensor needing replacement, starter gone bad or not enough juice in battery.

How do you prevent Dysmenorrhea?

  • According to research, Zinc treatment can prevent Dysmenorrhea.

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  • Answer: According to research, Zinc treatment can prevent Dysmenorrhea.
  • Answer: Dysmenorrhea is a type of excessive pain that occurs duringmenstruation. Though dysmenorrhea happens most often as a result ofthe menstrual cycle, a secondary common cause is endometriosiswhich affects the lining of the uterine cavity. Other lesser commoncauses of dysmenorrhea are leiomyoma, adenomyosis, ovarian cysts,and pelvic congestion.
  • Answer: It is believed that primary dysmenorrhea occurs when prostaglandins, hormone-like substances produced by uterine tissue, trigger strong muscle contractions in the uterus during menstruation.
  • Answer: Sometimes when the egg bursts out of the ovary during ovulation this can cause cramp like feelingings, usually just on one side.Painful periods, or dysmenorrhea (say: dis-men-oh-ree-ah), are not usually serious. However, sometimes painful periods can be caused by an infection or by ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs in the ovary). Pain also can be caused by endometriosis (say: en-doe-me-tree-oh-sis). This is a problem with the lining of the uterus.If you are concerned I would recommend a visit to your OB/GYN Doctor.
    Dysmenorrhea means painful menstruation.
  • Answer: Wash your hands. Get enough rest. Cover your mouth when you sneeze (and then wash your hands). Eat right. Exercise. Avoid people with contagious illnesses.
  • Answer: Scurvy is a deficiency in vitamin C. Get plenty of vitamin C. Either use supplements, or eat or drink things that are rich in vitamin C. The British navy used to provide limes for this.
  • Answer: Tea is primarily tannic acid. There is no disease that tea can prevent. Well, I guess is you drink enough you could prevent dehydration, but it contains caffeine.Boiled cedar was reputed to contain sufficient vitamin C to help stave off scurvy which was afflicting European sailors and settlers in the 16th Century.
  • Answer: with a healthy diet, and eating very well.
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  • Answer: By minimizing the amount of accommodation (near-focusing) your eyeshave to perform. This does not necessarily mean you have to avoidclose-up activities like reading and using a computer. It ispossible to avoid accommodation while dong this with the use ofreading glasses. This practice is known as plus-lens therapy.

    The reading glasses allow you to ensure your eyes rarely have tofocus any closer than the furthest point at which you can seethings clearly. This is achieved by bringing your focal range incloser, effectively making you more myopic. For those who spend alot of time looking at a computer screen about half a metre away,giving yourself 2 effective diopters of myopia would be ideal -your focal limit is approx. 1 metre divided by the number ofuncorrected negative diopters.

    The strength of reading glasses that would be appropriate woulddepend on what your current prescription is. Using reading glasseswould only really be feasible for those with a prescription nostronger than about -1.50 D. Simply add +2 to your prescription tofind the required strength, e.g. say you were -0.75... -0.75 + 2.00= +1.25. Reading glasses can be bought fairly inexpensively onEbay.

    Those who have close to 2 diopters of myopia to begin with couldbenefit from simply removing their distance glasses when on thecomputer or reading. Those with higher prescriptions, i.e strongerthan -3.00 D, may like to consider getting a reduced-strength pairof glasses specifically for reading/computer use; one that is 2diopters less than their full prescription. There are some low-coston-line glasses suppliers that can make this easier on your wallet,e.g. zennioptical and goggles4u.
  • Answer: The medical profession do not not even know what causes it, although there is a general consensus that protein deficiency may be a contributing factor.