In this condition the participant could enter into Hypothermia. Hypothermia is caused by exposure to low temperatures, the body starts losing heat more quickly than it can produce it resulting in the body temperature going down rapidly. The body can not replace the heat as it 's being lost to the environment, the severity depends on how low the body temperature drops. If the body drops below 35 degrees Celsius it is mild hypothermia, the body starts to shiver and vasoconstriction starts to reduce blood flow extremely. If the body then drops below 31 degrees Celsius it is Moderate hypothermia.
This type of shock occurs when the heart is unable to pump blood effectively. This is evident to patients who have had myocardial infarction, such as John’s case. In this illness, the heart has decreased contractility resulting to decreased cardiac output. Such decrease will stimulate the sympathetic nervous system to activate the compensatory mechanism by increasing the heart rate as evident in John’s vital sign to increase the peripheral pressure and ventricular
Other conditions that cause anemia are HIV/AIDS, cancer, kidney disease, and sickle cell anemia. Primary polycythemia is caused by unregulated erythrocyte production. Polycythemia may occur because of hypoxia. When this occurs the body senses low oxygen levels and produces more erythrocytes to carry more oxygen to the body
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC) Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) is a case of uncontrolled activation of proteins that are involved in the clotting process such as thrombin, fibrinolytic proteins, platelets, and coagulation factors. DIC occurs due to inflammation, trauma, infection, and shock. The presence of mucocutaneous bleeding is an evidence of DIC. Disseminated intravascular coagulation has acute and chronic phases. In acute phase, a patient will have severe symptoms while in chronic phase a patient may suffer from inflammation of blood vessels or adenocarcinoma.
• COLD TREATMENT: Since the damaged blood vessels cause the hickey, it is important to slow down the blood flow. Constricting the broken capillaries will reduce the internal bleeding. A great way to help constriction is cold treatment. This kind of treatment should be done within the first 12 to 48 hours to take effect. Be sure that you take necessary precaution and never apply ice directly on your skin as this can cause skin irritation.
Overthinking worsens stress. It twists things around, makes one worry over useless things, ruins the situation and creates problems that are not there in the first place. Studies show that 84% of people who are stressed is caused by overthinking (Anderson, McGovern & Norris, 2003). Physical Effects of Stress The observable physiological changes caused by stress are hair loss, weight gain, brittle nails, general appearance of exhaustion, advancement of aging process, and weakening of skin 's healing process. Cortisol, known as the primary stress hormone, is a steroid hormone that is formed in the adrenal glands in reaction to stress (Talbott, 2007).
As mentioned above, the (hyper-pigmentation), a component of melanin in the body of the disorder may be due to higher production. Also to be open for longer sun skin, some types of diseases, such as hormonal imbalance can also be the reason for this skin disorder. The skin looks like the people lose their self-esteem and can feel really frustrating. They also
Hypoperfusion refers to inadequate supply of oxygen to the body organs; this is a sign that is associated with the blood. By reducing the blood flow in other parts of the body, it will increase the blood flow to the brain, vital organs and heart. The causes of shocks were excessive loss of blood, excessive pain, infection, heart attack, stroke, poisoning by chemicals, drugs, gases, lack of O2, physiological trauma, dehydration from burns, vomiting and diarrhea. Some symptoms are rapid & weak pulse, rapid breathing, low blood pressure, vomiting/nausea, blurred vision and other signs. In order to treat them, the medical personnels should eliminate the causes of the shock, provide enough blood and oxygen in our body, and there’s different types of injuries, so positioning the shock victim is based on the injury unless the place is dangerous.
Even though there are many setbacks to having bradykinesia, it can be helped slow down and stop some of the symptoms. Bradykinesia can come from another disease called Parkinson's (PD). Parkinson's Disease is a disease that can develop over many years. Nobody knows of the cause yet, but there are many treatment options that can help relieve the symptoms. PD is not a fatal disease, but there are many complications to it that makes it a deadly disease.
Stress, infection, being over-tired, cold winds, and hot weather since the UV radiation in sunlight is a common trigger for cold sores to appear, can all be responsible for waking up a cold sore when you would rather it remained asleep. It 's possible to avoid cold sores by getting enough rest, eating plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, not smoking, and keeping alcohol to a minimum - with the stag night an allowable exception of course! Of vital importance is to make sure that you take time to relax and unwind. Having a massage is a good way of doing this, particularly in the week before the wedding day and ideally after the stag night. Be sure to also apply a UV protection lip-balm a few times each day to protect against the effects of cold winds and bright sunlight.
When a medical team deliberately reduces the core body temperature of their patients, they are using a technique called induced hypothermia. A human’s healthy, body temperature will typically hover around 98.6 degrees fahrenheit; however, once hypothermia consumes the patient, their body will reduce to a temperature between 89.6 and 93.2 degrees fahrenheit. Today, there are technologies that will use cooling blankets or cooling catheters, which contain cold saline and are inserted into the femoral vein, to rapidly drop the patient’s body temperature. The ultimate goal of induced hypothermia is to prevent neural and cell damage in the brain after traumatic brain injured patients. Typically, the brain will not survive without oxygen for