Anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness or fear. It's a normal feeling when a loved one is ill or a project you are working on is late. But when that anxiety spills over to everyday problems, or when it occurs every day, you could have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are a type of mental illness characterized by severe anxiety that interferes with a person's life.
The purpose of the Southern Cross Medical Library is to provide information of a general nature to help you better understand certain medical conditions. Always seek specific medical advice for treatment appropriate to you. This information is not intended to relate specifically to insurance or healthcare services provided by Southern Cross. The most common cause of gastroenteritis is a viral or bacterial infection, and less commonly parasitic infection. The most common causes of viral gastroenteritis are norovirus and rotavirus. Escherichia coli E. Parasitic gastroenteritis is usually caused by Giardia.
While anesthesia is very safe, it can cause side effects both during and after the procedure. Most side effects of anesthesia are minor and temporary, though there are some more serious effects to be aware of and prepare for in advance. The most important thing you can do to prevent anesthesia side effects is make sure a physician anesthesiologist is involved in your care. A physician anesthesiologist is a medical doctor who specializes in anesthesia, pain management and critical care medicine.
A person who needs this remedy during flu feels chilly and exhausted, along with an anxious restlessness. The person may be thirsty, but often only takes small sips. If the digestive system is involved, nausea with burning pain, or vomiting and acrid diarrhea may occur. If the flu is respiratory, a watery, runny nose with sneezing paroxysms and a dry or wheezing cough are often seen.