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NHS West London
Centre for Sexual Health Charing Cross Hospital
Hammersmith w Londynie
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Zdrowie seksualne / GUM:
- testy ciążowe;
- testy infekcji przenoszonych - drogą płciową (STI / STD);
- poradnictwo przed- i - potestowe;
- testy na obecność wirusa - zapalenia wątroby typu C i B - (+szczepienia przeciw HBV);
- pełny zakres środków - antykoncepcyjnych (m.in. - spirale, implanty, pigułki);
- szerokie spektrum terapii - dla osób żyjących z HIV.
Jeśli uważasz, że zbyt długo nie otrzymujesz odpowiedzi, skorzystaj z wyszukiwarki usług dotyczących zdrowia seksualnego "NHS Choices":
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"Kochaj Zdrowo" - ulotki PCZS i Koła Naukowego PUNO na Światowy Dzień AIDS
Światowy Dzień Antykoncepcji 26.09
Mini Przegląd Metod Antykoncepcji PCZS
Powstało porozumienie na rzecz edukacji seksualnej Mam Prawo 9 (56) / 2008
Podczas wrześniowego spotkania Okrągłego Stołu, zorganizowanego przez Federację na rzecz Kobiet i Planowania Rodziny, poświęconego analizie stanu edukacji zdrowotnej młodzieży w Polsce, zawiązane zostało „porozumienie na rzecz edukacji seksualnej”, zrzeszające organizacje, popierające konieczność podjęcia działań w kierunku rozwiązania problemu rażących braków w wiedzy młodzieży nt. seksualności. Wstęp do porozumienia jest otwarty, na razie przystąpiły do niego: Związek Nauczycielstwa Polskiego, Specjalistyczna Poradnia Psychologiczno-Pedagogiczna TOP, Stowarzyszenie W stronę dziewcząt, grupa Gender Studies działająca przy ISNS oraz Polskie Centrum Zdrowia Seksualnego (Londyn). [ więcej... ]
There are as many world specialists from various fields, covering the topic of our health, as there are ways to counter the Stress.
Stress is something that we associate with unpleasant consequences and the sensations connected with them.
Chronic pain, ulcers, hypertension and even heart attacks: all these illnesses are universal, especially for a contemporary emergent middle class society. It is within this society and our connection with long lasting stress - where we are subjected to continuous and constant pressure to achieve results, that the stress always strikes first the most vulnerable, overloaded part of the body. If you conduct a sedentary life and work, which the human body is not very well developed to, some problems with the function of our spine will appear with time. The effects of everyday tension initially appear in neck and back. 'The stone neck' syndrome is very common after intense hardworking days and as a result it also makes head movements difficult. This is very often followed by pains in the spine, which become unbearable and uncomfortable. In some cases this also causes headaches, numbness in hands and breathing difficulties.
Our muscles system works on a 'contraction - relaxation' basis, however in the stress mode, the body works on a 'twitch - twitch' basis and does not allow muscles to relax. Repeated pain, dizziness, numbness are caused in most cases by stiffness and ischemia ( is a restriction in blood supply to tissues )of the back and neck muscles. This is a result of blood vessels getting narrower when human body is under stress. The muscles have a lower supply of blood, therefore are anoxic ( low level of oxygen )and malnourished ( lack of proper muscles nutrition ) as they accumulate toxins in them (unnecessary substances in the body metabolism). As a result, increased muscle tension around the neck and back area is caused; muscles, after period of increased tension, physiologically, have a capacity of spontaneous loosening, however when faced with growing and prolonged stress they lose their elasticity.
At the same time additional negative symptoms start to appear such as lower back pains, intercostal neuralgia (pain around rib cage), pain and burning sensation in the sternum area, imitating heart disease.
The tension within the back's 'deep muscles' is a pain difficult to diagnose as it can be often confused with internal organ diseases. It is always strongly recommended that every patient undertakes necessary tests to exclude these possibilities. Once it turns out that the internal organs are functioning as normal, the question arises - why do we still feel the unbearable pain? 'Spine under Stress' - is a very common answer to this question. It is in fact the eternal human ailment of our contemporaries, which has a bearing on the different spheres within our life.
One of the most effective methods, both in the prevention and treatment for 'spine under stress' is advanced classic massage. This method has a total impact on the improvement of blood circulation and nourishes the muscles and internal organs, strengthening the immune and nervous system; equally important, it stops stiffness in the back and neck.
Unprofessional massage won't deliver desired effects. The integration of appropriate techniques is the basic principle and strategy of therapy.
Classic massage basic strokes:
- effleurage, stroking (elastic deformation of the epidermis tissue);
- rubbing and squeezing (the elastic deformation of the epidermis tissue);
- petrissage or kneading- lifting, separating, and rolling ( the elastic deformation of muscle tissue);
- tapotement - vibrating and pummelling.
Stroking is a first and final phase of each massage.Long gliding strokes distribute oil, gel or ointment, while stroking tones the nervous system. Each movement performed while stroking is called 'skipping hands', where hands are moving across the surface of the skin without moving the muscles. This is performed in order to accustom patient's body for further massage phases. In addition, this technique gives the opportunity to acknowledge the stress affected areas of the body. Stroking can be:
- superficial - increases tone of the skin and subcutaneous tissue and reduces the excitability of the sensory nerve endings of the skin, it also lowersemotional excitability, favouring muscle relaxation
- deep - accelerates venous blood outflow of tissue giving way to arterial supply, resulting in faster and better nutrition for muscles - through these reactions arises preliminary redness of the skin.
Rubbing and squeezing - unilateral movements or 'pulsating' which can be done by thumbs, cubed fingers or the whole hand along muscles fibres. The aim of squeezing is to discharge the muscles of metabolic waste products and facilitate an outflow of blood to oxygenated tissues. In most cases associated with 'spine under stress' when the pain is still focused around the neck and shoulders, you can limit the massage to execute it partially.
Kneading is a massage technique which consists in performing complex movements such as: lifting, compression and extrusion of tissue massaged.Types of kneading: wallow, rolling, transverse, longitudinal. Kneading, in classic massage is about 40% of the entire massage time. It is an intense stimulation of muscles, which aims to bring back the blood flow to massaged area, to release toxins from the muscles by lifting, separating, and rolling them, to stimulate the physiological muscular tension and increase muscle flexibility.
Tapotement - vibrating and pummelling - can be executed with the edge of the hand, a cupped hand or the tips of the fingers. It is very efficient in revitalizing sore and tired muscles.There are different types of tapotement massage. For example- cupping, has a stimulating and invigorating effect that helps stressed muscle relax.
Not all of these techniques are used at each massage.
The techniques are dependent on the severity of the condition and amount of pain. The duration of the massage is dependent upon the current state of health of the patient - the state of disease, the size of massaged area and the number of treatment sessions.
The final statement - with consideration all of these elements we must accept that the overall duration of the treatment - the back massage - is 15-35 min.
The intensity of the massage increases with the number of treatments with consideration of the patient’s response and all information gathered at the beginning of the treatments such as the construction the body, age and gender.
Frequency of treatments for most patients is once a day. If there are additional changes in organic or cardio-respiratory failure, frequency of massage should be limited and performed not more often than twice a week.