Dr. Ahmed Zayed

About: Dr. Ahmed Zayed

Dr. Ahmed Zayed Helmy holds a baccalaureate of Medicine and Surgery. He has completed his degree in 2011 at the University of Alexandria, Egypt. Dr. Ahmed believes in providing knowledgeable information to readers. Other than his passion for writing, currently he is working as a Plastic surgeon and is doing his masters at Ain shams University.

Articles By Dr. Ahmed Zayed

Consumer Health Digest
Feb27

How To Identify And Overcome Chronic Depression?

Chronic depression, also known as dysthymia, is expected to last for at least 2 years. The patients will have a tough time coping with depression symptoms most of the times when they are suffering from dysthymia. According to the statistics, around 3.3 million American adults are diagnosed with chronic depression. This shows how serious this problem really is. Just imagine, it is hard to manage stress for some time. How hard would it...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb27

Top 10 Severe Lower Back Pain Relief Treatments To Consider Today

Low back pain is a common reason for physician visits according to an article published in the American Family Physician. While most cases of lower back pain are due to muscle and ligament sprains, in rare instances, the pain can result from injuries to the spinal joints and nerves. The pain in such cases tends to be severe, even debilitating. Make sure to seek immediate help of your pain occurs after an accident, if you experience...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb26

15 Foods to Suppress Your Appetite and Lose Weight Effectively

The worst enemy of successful weight loss is overeating and it’s needless to mention the cravings, particularly late at night. Although you try to make wiser diet choices and eat healthy food, you’ve probably given up to temptation and ate way too much than you planned. There’s no need to feel bad about this, it happens to everyone. That’s why you should make sure that your diet contains foods that are known for their appetite...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb25

21 Hours to Mental Power: Best Way to Improve Cognitive Ability

We all dream of tremendous success and fruitful career. As much as we’d like to think that our strong willpower to work hard and make effort consistently is enough, the reality is different. To succeed and achieve your goals you also need mental strength. Our cognitive abilities tend to fluctuate, you can’t memorize something or focus the same way all the time. Nowadays, people use dietary supplements to improve their...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb24

ED Management – Neal Mattson’s Erectile Dsyfunction Guide

Overview of Erectile Dysfunction One of the major causes of dissatisfied sex life is a sexual disorder, and among various types of sexual disorder, one of the most common sexual disorder among men is erectile dysfunction. This problem is not only seen among older people, but it is also seen among younger people. According to the statistics, around 18 million American men are suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED). And, you can find...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb24

Dietary Supplement Dangers: How to Overcome Them

Nowadays, dietary supplements have become extremely popular and millions of people around the world use them. Most Americans use these products to get recommended daily values of some important nutrients or to relieve symptoms of some diseases. To consumers, availability over-the-counter and online is, probably, the most appealing factor eliminating visits to the doctor’s office or getting a prescription. While dietary...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb23

The Impact of Sugar on the Brain – Addiction and Cognitive Impairment

Everyone knows that too much sugar in your diet is bad for your health, causing excess weight gain and increasing your risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and even cancer. But a growing body of research is now finding that sugar can be just as damaging to your brain, causing cognitive impairment and possibly mental health problems. As it turns out, your brain on sugar is similar to the brains of those addicted to cocaine which...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb23

10 Natural Constipation Remedies – Choose One That Suits You

Research shows that constipation is fairly common with 15-25% of the general population believed to be suffering from chronic constipation. While over-the-counter laxatives can provide immediate relief, taking them in the long-run can actually make your problem much worse. Instead, treating constipation with natural remedies is a better and safer way to address this digestive issue. However, keep in mind that what treatment will work...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb22

Is It Safe To Have Sex When You’re On Period?

Regular sex is an important part of a healthy and happy relationship. Although it’s easy to assume you know everything about it, there’s always something to learn. For example, one of the most common questions about sexual intercourse is whether sex during menstruation is safe. Both girls and guys are equally interested in this question, yet you feel reluctant to ask someone else. So, is it safe to have sex when...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb22

Can Running Cause Osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis (OA), also referred to as a degenerative joint disease usually targets the cartilage. According to the CDC, it poses as the most common type of arthritis affecting more than 30 million US adults. Osteoarthritis is primarily caused by damage or breakdown of joint cartilage between bones and numerous factors contribute to it. Generally, activities that form too much pressure on joints, especially hips and knees, could...

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