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Adenoids whether to remove or not?

Adenoids Adenoids whether to remove or not?

Adenoids glands help protect the body from viruses and bacteria. However, sometimes the adenoid glands become swollen or enlarged due to an infection or allergies. This can cause breathing problems, ear infections, or other complications.

What is this?

Adenoids are a patch of tissue that is high up in the throat, just behind the nose. Adenoids may look like small jumps of tissue, but these glands serve an important purpose in Young children. They are part of the immune system and help protect the body from viruses and bacteria. however, removing them has not been shown to affect a child’s ability to fight infections.

Adenoid begins to shrink around age 5 to 7 in children and will be almost completely gone by the teenage years. Adenoids are not visible in most adults.

Adenoids What are the reasons for an adenoidectomy?

Sometimes, a child’s adenoid may become swollen or enlarged due to an infection or allergies. Some children may also be born with abnormally large adenoids.

When a child’s adenoid become enlarged, they can cause problems by partially blocking his or her airway. This can result in difficulty breathing through the nose that can lead to snoring or more serious conditions such as sleep apnea (stopping breathing) at night chronic (long-term) nasal drainage can else be seen.

 Enlarged adenoid can also contribute to chronic ear infections and lead to fluid in the ear that can cause temporary hearing loss.

 Adenoid problems can also contribute to chronic tonsillitis (swelling of the tonsils, which are soft tissues located near the back of the mouth)

 How does a doctor determine if a child needs an adenoidectomy?

If you suspect your child may have enlarged adenoids because of problems with their breathing or ears, you should Consult an ENT specialist. After taking a health history, he or she will examine your child’s adenoids using a small light and reflecting device.

based on your child symptoms, if his or her adenoids appear enlarged, your doctor may recommend surgery of adenoid.

By Dr. Mamatarani Rout 
ENT Consultant. (Otolaryngologist) MBBS, DLO (ENT)
Harsh ENT Hospital

Health benefits of Green Tea

Green teaGreen Tea –  Health benefits of Green tea

Green tea is the healthiest beverage, rich in antioxidants & Nutrients that have beneficial effects on the body.
Benefits include:
1. It improves brain functions.
2. Helps in fat loss.
3. Serves as a stimulant.
4. Hydrated our body.
5. Fight against cancer( breast, colon, prostate, skin, bladder, throat, ovarian, lung)
6. Maintain blood pressure.
7. Good in diabetes ( reduces blood sugar).
8. Help in weight loss.
9. Tone skin& hair.
10. Helps in Alzheimer’s Diseases.

11. Prevent Ageing.
12. Boost immunity.
13. Reduces the risk of heart disease.
14. Reduces cholesterol level.
15. Inhibits the formation of blood clots.
16. It reduces stress.
17. It fights inflammation.
18. It has antiviral & antibacterial properties.
19. It detoxifies harmful chemicals& toxins.
20. It removes free radicals.

Caution:

1. The patient who is sensitive to caffeine should not drink it.
2. Avoid green tea is already taking any blood thinners.
3. Avoid it with iron-rich food.
Caffeine present in 1 tea bag of tea – 25-40 mg.
A person can drink 2-3 cups of tea/day.

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Health benefits of Drinking Hot water

Health benefits of Drinking Hot waterHealth benefits of Drinking Hot water

First of all, Hot water is the most essential & beneficial when it is consumed warm.
The warm cup of water in the morning can help to cleanse our body by flushing out toxins.
1. Hot water helps in providing digestive power & reducing metabolic waste & build immunity.
2. help & relief from constipation.
3. It prevents premature aging.
4. It reliefs from pain & other stomach related problems.

5. It helps in weight loss, Diabetes.
6. It improves blood circulation.
7. It helps me removing free radicals from the body.
8. It relieves from nasal & throat congestion.
9. Calms our central nervous system.
10. Keeps us hydrated.

11. Reliefs from achalasia. (a condition when there is difficulty passing food from esophagus to stomach.
12. Helps in glowing skin, avoid a migraine.
13. Helps in IBS ( inflammatory bowel syndrome)
14. Helps in anxiety, depression, stress.
15. Helps in relieving joint pain, eczema, psoriasis.

16. It eases bowel movements.
17. It fights dandruff.
18. It stimulates hunger.
19. It is good for skin & hair.
20. It helps in male & female infertility.
Recommendations: Drink 8-10 glasses of water/day

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Walk under the guidance of Dt Shweta Arora Mandal…

Walk under the guidance of Dt Shweta Arora Mandal...Walk under the guidance of Dt Shweta Arora Mandal…

Mr. Jagdish Sachdeva age 65 yrs male Weight 113 kg height 162 cm diagnosis morbid obesity grade 3, HTN, kidney disease ( KFT raised), breathing difficulty, with both knees replacement ( TKR).lost 22 kgs in 2 months current weight is 91 kg with Diet, walk under the guidance of Dt Shweta Arora Mandal…

What is the DASH DIET?

What is the DASH DIET? Harsh ENT Hospital...What is the DASH DIET?

Dash diet is a diet to approach to stop hypertension.
It helps to lower blood pressure, lose weight, & prevent Diabetes & cardiac problems.

How to manage hypertension, Diabetes & weight?

1. Choose fresh fruits.
2. Avoid adding table salts, seasonings, Chat masalas in fruits, salads or in any other food items.
3. Reduce intake of non-veg, seafood & processed food.
4. Avoid packed food& beverage, sauce, chutney.
5. Avoid smoked, cured food, pickles, papad.
How to achieve a healthy body weight?
1. Reduce your calories by choosing low-fat dairy products.
2. Small & frequent meals are more preferable.
3. Engage in regular exercise / work out at least 2 hours/day, either walk, exercise.
4. Avoid nibbling, skipping meals.
5. Increase food that is high in potassium, magnesium, fiber.

Food choices:

1. Eat at least 4-5 serving of whole wheat flour, fruits, vegetables.
2. Choose high fiber food, fruits, vegetables.
3. Eat tomatoes, orange& other citrus fruits high in potassium.
4. Include Nutri, peas, beans, seeds in Diet.
5. Increase foods that are rich in calcium, low-fat dairy products, yogurt, low-fat paneer.
6. Reduce caffeine & sodas in a diet.
7. Drink plenty of fluids at least 3 liters/day.
8. Quit smoking.

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What are the harmful effects of drinking too much tea?

What are the harmful effects of drinking too much teaWhat are the harmful effects of drinking too much tea?

TEA:  High intake of tea can cause lots of side effects due to caffeine present in this.
Side effects…
First of all, A headache, nervousness, sleep problems, vomiting, gastritis, Diarrhoea, irritability, irregular heartbeat, dizziness, ringing in ears, convulsions, confusion.
1 cup contains 14-60 mg of caffeine.
It works as a stimulant

Side effects include:

1. Insomnia & Restlessness.
2. It causes Addiction.
3. It causes dehydration.
4. It reduces the absorption of essential Nutrients.
5. Risk of prostate cancer, oesophageal cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, rectal cancer.
6. It causes miscarriage if taken in large amounts during pregnancy.
7. It causes skeletal fluorosis (a painful condition of bones.)
8. It causes high blood pressure & the risk of cardiac disorders.
Tea is taken in moderation will not be harmful

Note: an excess of everything is bad

Furthermore, Information, the Caffeine present in tea may cause bloating, increased heart rate causes osteo fluorosis.
It blocks the absorption of vitamins, it damage bones, it may lead to addiction if taken in a large amount, it may also lead to depression, anxiety, irritability, frustration, sleeping disorders.

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What are the essential nutrients for the brain development in children

What are the essential nutrients for brain development in children?

Iron-Dt. Shweta Arora Mandal, Harsh ENT Hospital

IRON –

 It is important for brain development & cognitive performance.
Two types of iron: Heme iron & Non Heme iron
Heme Iron rich food are generally animal origin such as meat, poultry, & fish
Non-Heme iron-rich food includes Grains, vegetables, Dried fruits ( apricot, raisins), iron-fortified products such as cereals, bread. Vitamin c is required for iron absorption.

 

 

Choline-Dt. Shweta Arora Mandal, Harsh ENT Hospital

Choline –

plays an important & significant role in fetus & infants brain development for memory & long learning ability.
Choline like DHA is found in breast milk, egg yolk, fish, wheat germ, poultry.

 

 

 Antioxidants-Dt. Shweta Arora Mandal, Harsh ENT Hospital

Antioxidants-

Fruits & vegetables have a good source of vitamin & minerals which protect from damage from free radicals.
Sources of food that helps for brain development In kids .. egg, yogurt, spinach, kale, oats, apple, plums, whole grains.

 

The amino acid plays a very important role in the brain development of kids
AA  contain proteins that are important for the proper functioning of the brain.
They are essential for improving attentiveness, ability to complete the task, remain calm in the appropriate situation.

 

 

A child’s brain reaches 90% of its adult development by the age of 6 years.
Since children’s build their skills through observations, experience & interaction, it becomes important to indulge your child in different activities that help his/ her brain development.
Amino acids Asparagine is essential for brain development in n individual with disabilities, the enzyme is not produced in sufficient quantity.

Tyrosine –

an amino acid required for the production of the neurotransmitters dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine.

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