How Exercise Can Help Patients With Lymphedema

With the right guidance, patients with lymphedema can benefit from different forms of exercise. 
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What is cancer-related lymphedema?

Lymphedema developing after cancer treatments is common. While there's no definite way to tell whether or not you're going to develop lymphedema after your cancer treatments, there are areas you can work on to help reduce your risk.
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Lymphedema And Cellulitis

There's a vicious cycle that occurs between lymphedema and cellulitis. Chronic lymphedema can increase one's risk of recurrent episodes of cellulitis and lymphedema can occur as a result of cellulitis.  

Treating cellulitis and lymphedema immediately and appropriately as they occur can help in preventing complications. 
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How To Get Rid Of Cellulite All Over Legs

Cellulite all over legs is common in women. This has something to do with hormones and how the fat cells and connective tissues are structured. While one can't entirely get rid of cellulite, there are ways to reduce its appearance. 
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What triggers the POT Syndrome?

Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome or POTS is a debilitating condition that affects about 1 to 3 million Americans. It's a condition that still mystifies a lot of people including those in the medical community.  Knowing what the POTS syndrome triggers are can help you or anyone you know with POTS in managing the symptoms. 
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The POTS Syndrome Diet Plan

POTS syndrome diet is crucial for the improvement of POTS or Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome.  This article outlines the basic elements of this diet plan.
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The Relationship Between Cellulite And Hormones

The exact cause of cellulite is unknown but experts believe that there is a relationship between cellulite and hormones. This dimpled, lumpy appearance on the skin is common in women and usually occur during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause.
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Managing RSD In The Leg

RSD in the leg is a rare, painful condition. However, with the use of compression garments, medications, and therapy, the pain and other associated symptoms can be alleviated.
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Managing CRPS Through Exercise

CRPexercises is often recommended as part of the treatment plan for patients with chronic regional pain syndrome. When done correctly, these exercises and the use of compression garments can help in alleviating the pain and other symptoms associated with this condition. 
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Treatment Options For POTS

Compression garments can help those with POTS. In one study, researchers suggest that the use of compression garments may be considered as a POT syndrome treatment option.
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