1, myocardial infarction
Introduction: Coronary heart disease commonly known as myocardial infarction, is one of the most common heart diseases, that is, the heart function obstruction and/or organic disease caused by the narrowing of coronary arteries and insufficient blood supply, so also known as return to care ischemic heart disease (IHD). Disease characteristics: strong insidious type, sudden onset, uncontrollable, high morbidity, high mortality, and constant morbidity. Main manifestations: generalized chest tightness and shortness of breath, shortness of breath, panic, fever, chest tightness and shortness of breath, intermittent evening breathlessness, dyspnea, more severe ischemia, pallor, nausea and vomiting, sweating, and even fainting when oxygen is insufficient, easy fatigue, endangering normal work daily life.
Introduction: Stroke is a group of ischemic and hemorrhagic damage to the head as the key clinical symptoms of the disease, also known as stroke or brain cranial injury accident, with a high mortality and morbidity rate, key divided into hemorrhagic stroke and cerebral ischemic stroke, stroke is rapid, high mortality rate, is one of the world's most critical to death disease. Disease characteristics: sudden onset, uncontrollable, high incidence, high death rate, constant onset, complications that seriously affect daily life and cause other diseases. Key diseases: cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction, cerebral infarction, stroke, stroke.
High blood pressure
3、Blood pressure value
Introduction: High blood pressure is a diffuse disease with a continuous rise in central venous pressure, often causing degeneration and corresponding adverse effects in major parts of the heart, brain and kidneys. Key symptoms: High blood pressure can cause myocardial infarction, heart attack, myocardial infarction, heartbeat confusion, insufficient blood supply to the brain, cerebral infarction, cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral hemorrhage, etc., proteinuria, chronic nephritis, chronic renal failure, eye vision loss, fundus bleeding, cataract, double vision, English hearing damage, multi-organ role decline, and death. Main manifestations: headache, dizziness, otorrhea, shortness of breath, insomnia, numbness of extremities. Disease characteristics: strong insidious type, low compliance, low cure rate, even lower rate control, many morbidities, high risk factor.
High blood lipid
4、High blood lipid
Introduction: High blood lipid means high blood sugar level, which can immediately cause some serious health threatening diseases, such as atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction, chronic pancreatitis, etc. Disease characteristics: high incidence, long ambush time, multiple morbidities and long-term damage. Key diseases: hyperlipidemia is stroke, myocardial infarction, myocardial infarction, cardiac arrest, mild fatty liver, cirrhosis ascites, bile duct stones, chronic pancreatitis, fundus bleeding, double vision, peripheral capillary disease, slope line, high uric acid. Characteristics: Delayed onset, high morbidity, low diagnostic rate, and more severe morbidity. Key conditions: often high complication of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular pathology: renal dysfunction: neuropathy: retinopathy: foot ulceration: alias "diabetic foot disease". Main manifestations: elevated blood glucose as clinical symptoms, excessive drinking, urination, overeating and thinning as typical symptoms. Main manifestations: dizziness, fatigue, insomnia memory loss, numbness of the limbs, chest tightness and shortness of breath, panic and shortness of breath will occur in the early stage, dizziness, headache, chest tightness and shortness of breath, shortness of breath, panic, chest pain, sleepiness, tilting of the corners of the mouth, inability to speak, numbness of the limbs and other diseases will eventually cause more serious diseases such as myocardial infarction and stroke, and the corresponding main manifestations will occur.
Brief introduction: Diabetic patients are a group of exhaled acid diseases caused by insulin secretion shortcomings and/or insulin action obstruction with high blood sugar as the basic feature. Constantly high blood sugar with long-term metabolic disorders and so on can cause body institutions human organs, especially eye, kidney, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease and central nervous system injury and perceptual disorders and decline. Severe conditions can cause dehydration, hypocalcemia and acid-base imbalance and other subacute pathologies such as ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar syncope. Disease characteristics: Delayed onset, high incidence, low diagnostic rate, and more serious morbidity.
Brief introduction: rheumatoid osteoarthritis, generally the whole body wandering joint pain, with knee pain for the most part. Disease characteristics: The onset of the first attack is slow, the patient initially within a few weeks to many months of fatigue and sleepiness, weight loss, poor appetite, low fever and paralysis and tingling in the hands and feet and other front wheel drive disease. Most have a history of seeing wind and cold, and a history of muscle strain. Key conditions: strong spondylosis, lumbar disc herniation, arthritis, crane knee wind, rheumatism, bone hyperplasia, etc. Main manifestations: fear of cold, fear of wind, soreness of bones and joints, muscle stiffness, constriction, restriction of subject activities, swelling and deformation. Disease onset: The initial stage shows redness, swelling, pain and perceptual disorders, and at the end the bone and joint will be deformed and the aging of the human skeleton and whole body muscles, and the incidence is extremely high.
Introduction: Gastrointestinal diseases are common diseases with a total incidence of about 20% or less of the population. The older you are, the higher the incidence rate, especially in middle-aged and elderly people over 50 years old, men are more common than women, and if not treated early, the long-term continuous onset of disease, very easy to convert to malignant tumors. Gastrointestinal diseases have always been regarded by Chinese medicine as a difficult problem of evidence, once sick, should be early treatment, long-term medicine, in order to manipulate or heal. Main manifestations: abdominal pain, bloating, nausea and vomiting, nausea and vomiting, acid reflux, hiccups, postprandial fullness, discomfort, gastric fluid, stomach pain, stomach blockage, stomach rise, spleen and stomach cold, spleen and stomach damp heat, intestinal spasm, loss of appetite, poor digestion, diarrhea, severe constipation, intestinal tinnitus and diarrhea, pus and blood stool, stool irregularities, mucus stool, tarry stool. Disease characteristics: high incidence, constant onset, not easily cured, serious impact on daily life, closely related to diet structure and lifestyle. Key conditions: non-atrophic gastritis, reflux esophagitis, chronic gastritis, ulcerative proctitis, peptic ulcer, digestive system cancer.
Introduction: Respiratory diseases are a common disease, multiple diseases, key diseases in the bronchus, trachea, lungs and sternum, degenerative disease light more dry cough, chest pain, inhalation is affected, heavy breathing, oxygen deficiency, and even heart failure to death. Disease characteristics: high incidence, constant onset, not easily cured, and closely related to the living environment. Key conditions: bronchial, bronchial inflammation, asthma, emphysema, tuberculosis. Key manifestations: dry cough, chest pain, inspiration affected, heavy breathing, oxygen deficiency, and even heart failure to death.
Nephrolithiasis male prostate disease
9, nephritis male prostate disease
Introduction: Prostatic hyperplasia is a common disease among middle-aged and elderly men, the growth of the male prostate squeezing the urethral orifice, resulting in a series of urinary obstruction conditions, such as urinary urgency and frequency, urine line sinking, urinary impurity and other urinary obstruction. Key conditions: prostate inflammation, prostate enlargement (hypertrophy), kidney deficiency, kidney qi deficiency, chronic nephritis, diabetic nephropathy. Main manifestations: frequent urination, inability to hold urine, poor urination, frequent nocturia, incomplete urination, narrowing of urine stream, weakness in urination.
Introduction: Menopause is a period of time when women transition from life to old age, when the ovaries slowly decline. It starts at the age of 40 and lasts for 10-20 years, with amenorrhea being the key marker. During this period, a syndrome dominated by green phytodysfunction occurs due to a decrease in estrogen production, called menopause syndrome. Key conditions: menopausal syndrome, multifunctional abnormal uterine bleeding, female menopausal depression, menopausal insomnia. Main manifestations: abnormal menstruation, flushing, cold sweat, burning, panic and shortness of breath, insomnia, sleepiness, depression, paranoia, chest tightness, shortness of breath and headache, abnormal state of mind, easy excitement, difficulty concentrating, memory loss, back and leg pain, low libido.
Introduction: Insomnia is the difficulty in falling asleep or maintaining a dormant state, resulting in poor rest. It is also known as sleep and sleep retention disorder (DlMS), which is a common disease caused by a variety of factors such as inability to sleep, deep or short sleep quality, easy to wake up and insufficient sleep time or poor quality.