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© 2008/2010:Dr. V.M.Palaniappan 58. Insomnia (Sleeplessness)One or more causes can induce sleeplessness.Excessive salt consumption for a prolonged period, too much of oxygen inhalation leading to hyperventilation, hunger (trying to sleep on an empty stomach), etc. are some among them. Sleep disorders caused by sorrows, anxiety, etc. are common knowledge to everybody. Drinking a glass of

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© 2008/2010:Dr. V.M.Palaniappan 57. InfertilityPeople who under-urinate (2-3 times daily) tend to become obese.If such a habit is continued for a few years, then they become much big-sized persons, with tough body muscles. This happens because of the accumulation of calcium to an enormous quantity.When their calf muscle reaches a hardness (cH) of anything above

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© 2008/2010:Dr. V.M.Palaniappan55. Hypersexuality / Excessive Masturbation Under normal circumstances, teenaged boys tend to be hypersexed. This is the effect of an increased secretion of the male sex hormone (adrogen) in them. This should be considered a near-normal occurrence. On the other hand, if men and women, irrespective of their ages, happen to feel hypersexed,

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© 2008/2010:Dr. V.M.Palaniappan 54. Hyperhidrosis (Profuse Sweating) It may be of interest to note that by a surgical procedure, the hyperhidrosis was cured in an 18 year old girl recently by Dr. Peter Goh Min Yi of Raffles Hospital in Singapore.As per report in MediScience Singapore (2006: 7, p5): Endoscopic thoracoscopic sympethectomy (ETS) is a

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