None of these 4 "diseases" are diseases, but they are old! Don't always be suspicious, over-treatment will prevent injuries

Saturday, September 5, 2020

None of these 4 "diseases" are diseases, but they are old! Don't always be suspicious, over-treatment will prevent injuries

It is said that before the age of thirty, people are looking for a disease, and after the age of thirty, they are looking for a disease. Whether you accept it or not, the years are still fair in this regard, because none of us can stop the advent of aging. As we age, various functions of the body begin to decline year by year, and the body is getting worse every day. It is not surprising that the vast majority of elderly people will have some hidden illnesses more or less. However, there are also some "diseases", which can be said to be nothing but a decline in physical function. Therefore, there is no need to worry too much. Excessive treatment is actually harmful to the body. 
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None of these 4 "diseases" are diseases, but they are old! Don't care too much

Sleep loss:

 that is, lack of sleep. In the eyes of young people, this is a serious sleep problem such as insomnia and lack of sleep. It seriously affects the mental state of the next day, and is also detrimental to the body's endocrine and tissue organ repair. Therefore, we have repeatedly emphasized that young people should not stay up late and pay more attention to the health of sleep. However, elderly people encounter another problem with sleep, they want to sleep but can't fall asleep or sleep time is short. This is actually not a disease, but a normal physiological phenomenon, because it is levofuscin that determines sleep, and the elderly shorten their sleep time due to the decrease of levofuscin secretion. Generally speaking, young people sleep 7 to 9 hours, while elderly people over 65 need to sleep 7 to 8 hours a day, one hour less.

How do the elderly get quality sleep? Regular work and rest, early to bed and early to rise are the premise. In the sleeping environment, the room temperature can be lowered while keeping the body warm, because low temperature and quality sleep are a perfect pair. There is also focus on lunch breaks, but not too long, half an hour is appropriate.

Prostatic hyperplasia: 

also known as prostate hypertrophy, common symptoms are: frequent urination, urgency, and incomplete urination. Generally speaking, male prostate hyperplasia is a very normal physiological phenomenon. Data shows that after the age of 35, the prostate will proliferate at a rate of 1.5-2 grams per year. It can be said that this is not a disease at all, so you don't have to worry about it when you hear this name. Of course, whether or not benign prostatic hyperplasia is treated depends on the situation. It is necessary to determine whether it is benign. Here, the doctor will conduct a comprehensive assessment of the patient, and if the condition is good, you can take "waiting therapy", that is, life conditioning, such as holding the urine properly, extending the interval between urination, and regular review. But if the situation is serious, drugs must be used. Severe prostate hyperplasia can also cause urinary retention. Long-term urinary retention can also affect the function of the bladder and kidneys, and can cause kidney failure.

Bone spur: 

It is also commonly referred to as bone hyperplasia. It is generally believed that its occurrence is related to the natural aging of the human body, so it does not require special treatment. But if it compresses blood vessels and nerves and joint pain occurs, you can't ignore it. You must go to the hospital for help. Doctors can find out the cause of the disease in combination with the patient's condition and effectively solve it. For example, lose weight, supplement calcium, reduce strenuous exercise, change squatting to sitting and so on.

Premature cardiac beats:

 Simply put, it means that the heart has a "beat-grabbing" phenomenon and beats in advance. It is divided into atrial premature beats and ventricular premature beats. The physical sensation of premature beats varies from person to person. Some people feel like the heart "swings", some people feel like weightlessness in an elevator, and some people experience chest tightness and shortness of breath. According to statistics, 30% of the elderly have experienced premature heart beats caused by different reasons. For premature beats, the current consensus is that if they are only occasional attacks, no more than 5 times per minute, especially functional premature beats, do not need treatment. Focus on conditioning in life, such as resolving anxiety, regular work and rest, and avoiding spicy and irritating Food etc. But if the attacks are frequent and affect normal life, we must pay attention to it.

I’m Qiao Mei. We are in awe of life and we know that aging cannot be stopped, but we can keep our health to the maximum through conditioning our lives and regular physical examinations, right? Regarding physical discomfort, you can't take it lightly, but there is no need to be overly nervous. Regular physical examinations, I believe professional doctors, there is always nothing wrong. What do you want to say about this? 

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