In many cases, psoriasis goes away and then flares up again. The triggers that bring on psoriasis include stress, dry air, infections, skin injuries, some medicines, too much or too little sun, cold weather, drinking too much alcohol and smoking..
As you age, your eardrums often thicken, and the bones of the middle ear and other structures are affected. Hearing sharpness may decline because of changes in the auditory nerve. Impacted ear wax is another cause of trouble hearing and is more common with increasing age.
Blood flowing to the penis creates erections. Plaque buildup narrows and hardens arteries (atherosclerosis), re ducing blood flow throughout the body. The arteries supplying blood to the penis are smaller than those for the heart. So, ED can be an early sign of atherosclerosis, which can increase your risk of heart attack and stroke.
Hypnosis is one of several relaxation methods that was said to be helpful by an independent panel of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The panel found it may help treat chronic pain, alleviate anxiety, reduce the frequency and severity of headaches, and control bleeding and pain during dental procedures.
This is a senior malady called “postprandial hypotension.” When you eat, blood pours into your digestive system. To maintain your blood pressure, your heart pumps more often, and your blood vessels constrict. But these compensatory mechanisms don’t work for some people.