https://www.ejmed.org/index.php/ejmed/issue/feed European Journal of Medical and Health Science 2021-05-04T14:16:08-04:00 Editor-in-Chief editor@ejmed.org Open Journal Systems European Journal of Medical and Health Sciences https://www.ejmed.org/index.php/ejmed/article/view/812 Mechanisms Lead towards Improved Health: Massage with Earthing 2021-05-03T02:41:13-04:00 Madiha Khalid msmadihakhalid@gmail.com Jeremy Madvin jeremym@zetatherapy.com <p>Massage can alleviate the inflammatory process, help to accelerate recovery, and relieve pain resulting from muscular injuries. In this paper, we combine the idea of mechanotransduction (conversion of mechanical stimulus into electrochemical activity) using grounding in massage to investigate beneficial mechanisms. Grounding massage has been discovered to stabilize the physiology of the body, help reduce pain, inflammation, stress, enhance sleep, increase energy, and blood flow, and enhance well-being by connecting the body with the electrical charges of the Earth. Such effects are systemic and basic, and often quickly evolve. This process can reduce secondary injury, collateral sprouting, and nerve sensitization by modifying inflammatory signaling pathways, resulting in improved damage recovery and pain reduction or prevention. Research shows that grounding, when simultaneously combined with many CAM clinical practices, can offer great potential to improve their effectiveness. The paper aims to explain how massage therapy, combined with geographically and simultaneous earthing, causes a potentially beneficial and properly activated immunomodulatory pathway.</p> 2021-05-03T02:41:13-04:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Madiha Khalid, Jeremy Madvin https://www.ejmed.org/index.php/ejmed/article/view/813 Research on Nutritional Interventions to Recuperation for the Elite Swimmer in the Period Preparation for Competition of 29th SEA Games at Malaysia in 2017 2021-05-04T14:16:08-04:00 Linh Nguyen Thi My nguyenducthanh71@gmail.com Thinh Do Trong thanhnd@hcmute.edu.vn Phuong Le Quy huydongmd@gmail.com <p>The purpose of the study was efficiency the interventions nutritional to recovery and the requirements related to the use of food and food ingredients for health stability, promotion efficiency of the competition exercises of swimmer by through the indicators reflect about recovery: Hematocrits, Hemoglobin, Testosterone, Creatinine, Rest lactic acid, Maximal Lactic Acid, Creatinine, Blood Pressure, Weight. The results of the study show that, after 6 weeks of the experimental, the swimmer's health is well maintained, swimmer's fitness strength and ability to adapt to the physical training and the swimmer have won 8 gold medals at the competition at the SEA Games 2017 in Malaysia.</p> 2021-05-04T06:24:21-04:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Linh Nguyen Thi My, Thinh Do Trong, Phuong Le Quy https://www.ejmed.org/index.php/ejmed/article/view/810 Maxillary Sinus Mucopyocele: About an Endoscopic Management 2021-05-03T02:37:04-04:00 Y. Lakhdar lakhdar.interne@gmail.com M. Hakimi lakhdar.orl@gmail.com O. Benhoumad benhoummadorl@gmail.com Y. Rochdi rochdi_86@hotmail.com A. Raji raji.abdelaziz@gmail.com <p><em>Introduction: </em>Mucocele is a benign but expansive cystic formation, lined by a respiratory epithelium. When its content is infected, it is called a mucopyocele. It usually develops in the frontal-ethmoid complex. The maxillary sinus location is exceptional.</p> <p><em>Case report:</em> a 43 year old man, presented with chronic unilateral nasal obstruction, purulent rhinorrhea and anosmia. Rhinoscopy showed a bulge in the middle meatus. The computed tomography (CT) showed complete filling of the left maxillary with low-density mass. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) confirmed the diagnosis of mucpyeocele of the left maxillary sinus. Patient underwent endoscopic endonasal marsupialization with complete recovery.</p> <p><em>Conclusion:</em> Mucopyocele of the maxillary sinus is a benign rare lesion, however destructive. A radiological assessment is essential to guide the choice of surgical treatment. The endonasal route remains the reference treatment for this pathology.</p> 2021-05-03T02:37:04-04:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Y. Lakhdar, M. Hakimi, O. Benhoumad, Y. Rochdi, A. Raji