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  • DANDRUFF

    Increased peeling of skin cells from the scalp. May be caused by injury and bad nutrition. Overuse of shampoo and perms may worsen the condition. Large productions and chronic condition may be caused by eczema or fungal growth.
  • DECUBITUS

    Sores that appear after sustained pressure on the body. The pressure causes the blood supply to the area to be reduced and a lack of oxygen occurs, which - if left untreated - might result in death of tissue - also called gangrene.
  • DEMENTIA

    Chronic degenerative changes causing impaired memory, -orientation, and -intellectual function. The cause is degeneration of brain cells. The condition can also be caused by poisoning and be transitory if the brain cells are still intact.
  • DENGUE FEVER

    Vira are the smallest of all microorganisms. They penetrate other cells, bacteria, plants, and animals and multiply there. Several hundreds species are infectious to humans. Most viral infections infect vira the air and body fluids.
  • DEPENDENCE - ADDICTION

    Tobacco, drugs, medicine , alcohol, coffee, sugar and other foodstuffs may all create dependence. The way out of addiction begins with nutritional therapy and orthomolecular medicine.

  • DEPRESSION

    A feeling of melancholy and sadness. The symptoms seem to depend on changes in the hippocampal area of the brain rather than imbalances in the production of cerebral neurotransmitters. Medicine, diet changes, and exercise can improve the condition.

  • DERMATITIS

    An allergic dermatitis following from direct contact with nickelous metals; e.g. kitchen utensils, zippers, trinkets, bracelets, and earrings. The symptoms usually appear 1 - 3 days after having been in contact with the metal.
  • DIABETES

    Metabolic disease with reduced ability to remove glucose from the bloodstream, leading to disturbance in carbohydrate metabolism. To live a good and long life with diabetes requires following a strict diet and having an overall healthy lifestyle.
  • DIARRHOEA AND INCREASED PERISTALTICS

    Frequent and increased bowel movements due to bacterial infection, parasite- or viral infection, or toxification, unhealthy lifestyle, and disease. If left untreated, diarrhea may cause serious ilness and can even be fatal.

  • DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS

    Generic term for symptoms originating in the alimentary tract, often caused by incomplete digestion of foodstuffs. May be caused by an unhealthy diet, eating too fast, and binge eating. It can, however, also be the result of poisoning or heredity.

  • DIPHTHERIA

    Can cause inflammation and diseases of varying degree depending on the type of bacteria and the infected person's resistance to the disease. Typical types of bacteria include coli, campylobacci, legionella, listeria, salmonella etc.
  • DISSEMINATED SCLEROSIS - MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

    Chronic degenerative disease. The myelin sheaths (protective fat sheath surrounding nerves) are gradually degraded. The brain and spinal cord are affected leading to tiredness, paralysis, loss coordination, and perhaps loss of cognitive abilities.
  • DIZZINESS - VERTIGO - GIDDINESS

    Feelings of imbalance and movement of the surroundings. Symptoms can be nausea and vomiting. The organ of balance and orientation in space (the cortic organ) is located in the inner ear. Dizziness and nausea may originate from here.
  • DRYNESS OF EYES

    Caused by reduced lachrymal fluid production or -secretion. The dryness may cause inflammation. This is seen in Sjogren's syndrome, in different diseases of the connective tissues, malfunction of the blinking reflex, and in vitamin A deficiency.
  • DYSPEPSIA

  • DYSPRAXIA

    Generic disorder for people, especially children, who have trouble being attentive, concentrating, and sitting quietly. Lowered development of motor function, speeking disabilities, and reduced learning ability can occur.