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(1/9) Functional identification of the promoter of SLC4A5, a gene associated with cardiovascular and metabolic phenotypes in the HERITAGE Family Study.


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what is the difference between eye floaters and entoptic phenomena ?

Will anybody please tell me the difference between entoptic phenomena and eye floaters.

If possible please paste the links of the images that shows the difference.

Till now i am thinking that i have floaters. But while browsing, i found that my problem resembles entoptic phenomena.

Is there any cure for entoptic phenomena ? 

Please help me by replying.
thanks in advance.

Entoptic phenomena usually refers to one being able to visualise white blood cells in the retinal blood vessels. The entoptic phenomenon is distinguished by the appearance of multiple, identical-looking bright dots that follow each other rapidly along the same path.

Eye floaters are bits of cellular debris that float around in the fluid of the eye. Floaters are variable in size and shape.

Check out these two links:

How can I increase my metabolic rate?

Which exercise/fitness tips can you give me to increase my metabolic rate? Also if you can explain the science behind it, I would appreciate it.

-Eat breakfast. You metabolism is slow in the morning becasue you have been fasting all night. Eating breakfast revs it up.
-Eat 5-6 small meals throughout the day. Same principal, when you go to long without eating your metabolism slows. Eat something at least every 3 hours.
-Build muscle through resistance training. The more muscle you have the higher your metabolic rate because muscle is active tissue and burns calories even at rest.
-Drink lots and lots of water. Being sufficiently hydrated makes you body carry out its metabolic processes more effiecintly.

Why is "metabolic tea" considered metabolic, and how or does it work?

I got this Mango Ceylon metabolic tea recently, and got curious about it but can't seem to find more information on it. What makes "metabolic tea" boost your metabolism? Does it really work? If it does, do you have to drink a certain amount before it does anything?

Just fyi, it tastes amazing so even if it doesn't do a thing it's still good tea. :)

It could just be a sales "gimmic" to sell the tea.  Black currant tea and green tea can slightly raise the metabolism because of the effect it has on the body, so if the tea has green tea in it, this is maybe why they are calling it metabolic tea.  It increases heat in the body which slightly raises the metabolism.

What causes metabolic waste on an optic nerve?

After an eye examination last week, my doc told me that I have to come back for 2 more tests.  He said I have metabolic waste on an optic nerve.
I have tried looking it up on the internet, only to find explanations that I don't understand.  What is this condition called and can it cause blindness?  What other 2 tests do you think he is going to give me?

Is he testing your for glaucoma?  That is usually what this symptom is an indicator of.  I provided a link with info about that condition below.

At what age does one experience the greatest drop in metabolic rate?

At what age does one experience the greatest drop in metabolic rate? In other words, at what age does one's metabolism slow down the most?

At age 30. You start to lose about 2% of your muscle mass a year, which slows down your metabolism. The exercise plan below helps. You can do the work-out at home.

Whats the difference between Neurological muscle weakness and Metabolic muscular weakness?

I've been told that Neurological muscle weakness generally affects one part of the body while Metabolic weakness affects the whole body as in magnesium deficiencies and anemia.

Is this true

Neurological muscle weakness is a symptom which may be defined as:- "decreased muscle strength compared to perceived effort"  In general,this type of problem preferentially affects some areas and not others.

Some conditions can ultimately deteriorate to severe lack of strength of the whole body (eg AIDP / Guillan Barre syndrome, myasthenia gravis )  However at the initial stages of the condition, the condition will almost invariably affect some areas whilst "sparing" others.

Specifically, the metabolic diseases of muscle interfere with chemical reactions involved in drawing energy from food. Normally, fuel molecules derived from food must be broken down further inside each cell before they can be used by the cells' mitochondria to make the energy molecule ATP.

Do you burn more calories a day than just your resting metabolic rate?

Is your resting metabolic rate measured assuming you're simply sitting on your ass all day and not moving? Or does it count in all the typical, walking (maybe running), moving and whatever other activities you might do all day? Or is the 'resting' part really mean just that? And if so then that means I burn a good deal more than just my resting metabolic rate?

Some people burn a substantial amount over their BMR.. My BMR rate is about 1500, but, I actually burn over 3000 calories per day once I include my heavy stocking job.. If it's a gym day, I burn closer to 3500 calories.. 
Here's a basic calculator with some different common activities..
Of course, those aren't 100% accurate for everyone. If you have a slower metabolism from years of dieting or very low muscle mass then you will burn less..

How do you increase your metabolic rate withough exercising?

I recently had an accident and am not able to exercise. I may be out for 2-3 months, maybe longer. I was just wondering if there was any way that I could increase my metabolic rate.

Eat more frequently and eat large volumes of less calorie dense foods. Drinking water will speed up your metabolic rate temporarily by 30% per 17oz. drank.