increase in blood sugar levels

Other names: hyperglycemia, increased blood sugar Blood sugar is due to hormones (insulin) is maintained in a certain ideal range, even after a meal when the body once received a large number of energy-rich substances. When insulin production is redu...

increased appetite

Other names: hyperorexie In periods of growth, pregnancy or recovery from physical stress such as long-term illness or injury is increased appetite normal. The body will complement the storage consumed substances or uses nutrients to build the basic...

Increased body temperature

Other names: subfebrile, subfebrile temperature One can, unlike some animals maintained body temperature within a narrow range which is physiologically between 36 ° C and 37 ° C, but many people have a temperature somewhat higher and yet health and v...

increased hair growth

Other names: hypertrichosis, hirsutism (in women) Increased hair growth may cover the entire body, or it can be localized. Precinct localized skin can be increased body hair from birth, then it is a birthmark. Instead of the increased body hair may a...

increased lacrimation

Other names: hyperlakrimace, epiphora Increased lacrimation, or epiphora or lacrimation is one of the basic symptoms in ophthalmology.Epiphora is accompanied by a number of diseases of the eye and its surroundings. There are basically two main princi...

increased levels of calcium in the cri

Other names: hypercalcemia, increased blood calcium Calcium levels in the blood are fundamental laboratory investigations. Increased levels of calcium in the blood is manifested by nausea and vomiting, constipation, excessive urination and thirst, fl...

increased salivation

Other names: salivation, excessive salivation Increased production of saliva salivary glands in the mouth occurs when the mucous membranepungent and spicy food, mechanical stimulation and the inflammatory process (tonsillitis, abscesses, ...). Sparse...

increased volume of cervical veins

Other names: increased jugular veins Assessment of the jugular veins poses for a doctor's relatively easy method to get a picture of the blood pressure in the superior vena cava: if the jugular vein increased, then the pressure in the vena cava also...

increasing the concentration of iron in the blood

Other names: increase of Fe concentration, increase of iron in the blood What is it about? Iron is part of hemoglobin molecules and affects its chemical properties. Reserve iron in the body is bound to its transporter protein transferrin or ferritin,...