Idiopathic hypertensia accounts for 90 percent of all chronic hypertension cases. Today, 18-20 percent of the adult population in economically developed countries suffer from hypertension, i.e. their arterial pressure repeatedly increases to 160/95 mm Hg and higher. What causes hypertension is yet to be discovered, though its pathogenesis is partly known. Two factors are believed to be involved in the development of hypertension: noradrenaline and sodium.
Radiculitis causes painful, motor and vegetative disturbances caused by the affection of the spinal cord roots owing to osteochondrosis. Osteochondrosis is a degenerative-dystrophic process resulting from the loss of the cushion function by the intervertebral disks. This is caused by the degeneration of the disk tissue resulting in decreased pressure within the disk.
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THE DIFFICULTIES IN DIAGNOSING AND TREATING FIBROMYALGIA
Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder characterized by muscle pain, fatigue, stiffness and tenderness of the muscles, tendons and joints. Formerly known as fibrositis, fibromyalgia is marked by an extremely low pain threshold. And while it is not caused by the inflammation of surrounding tissue, fibromyalgia can be affected by outside factors, including emotional stress, noise and even the weather.
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