Guide santé / Health Guide

Coronary heart disease

Coronary heart disease, known as ischemic heart disease, is the most common cardiac disease. Of the estimated 56 million deaths worldwide in 2005, ...

Diabete

Diabetes mellitus, a chronic disease caused by a disorder of carbohydrate metabolism and characterized by an abnormally high level of sugar in the ...

Diarrhea

Acute diarrhea can be caused by germs (salmonella, colibacilli), parasites (amoebae) or viruses (enteroviruses), and can last from one to seven Day...

Depressed

Depression is an abnormal emotional state whose origin can be varied, which leads the person to feel sadness, discouragement, pessimism, sometimes ...

Detoxication

Detoxication is the action of eliminating toxins. Toxins can be accumulated by the body over years, through our diet (via food additives), our envi...

Fatigue

Fatigue is defined as a general lassitude, a lack of energy during the day. The person is not depressed and still enjoys doing his or her activitie...

Flatulences

Flatulence is the production of a digestive gas, often expelled out of the digestive tract through the mouth or anus. Flatulence comes from the Lat...

Heart disease

Heart disease is dangerous and can cause death following cardiac arrest. Coronary heart disease Coronary artery disease is a progressive disease, i...

Hot flushes

The hot flashes of menopause are due to the gradual loss of estrogen during this period. Hot flashes are a sudden sensation of warmth rising from n...

Hypertension (high blood pressure)

High blood pressure describes a constantly high blood pressure in the blood vessels. Most of the time, there are no symptoms and hypertension is de...

Hyperthyroidism

Hyperthyroidism is due to too much secretion of thyroid hormones in our body. This excess of hormones leads to an acceleration of all metabolisms: ...

Hypotension

Tension or blood pressure is the force exerted by the blood on the wall of the arteries. Arterial hypotension is characterized by abnormally low bl...