Stress management

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Whether we like it or not, stress plays an essential role in our lives. While our end goal is to try and minimize it, it can surely help if we learn to cope with it. Our doctors specialize in the management and assessment of stress-related issues. Of course, what each one perceives as stressful varies from person to person, which is why is very important to have a personalized treatment plan to successfully target the issue.

 
 

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dr. Doris Flores

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dr. Doris Flores

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dr. Doris Flores

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dr. Doris Flores

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Medical Facts

FAQ

1What is vaccination?
Vaccination is a simple, safe, and effective way that uses the body’s natural defenses to build resistance to infections, protect you against diseases and make your immune system stronger.
2What to do when we have an emergency case?
Medical emergencies when you should call 127 are:
  • When someone has difficulty breathing,
  • Someone has chest pain that can feel like a 'heaviness' or a 'tightness' in the chest
  • Someone faints or is unconscious
  • Someone may be having a stroke (they may suddenly become weak, their vision changes, they are dizzy or have difficulty speaking)
  • Someone has severe pain everywhere
  • Someone has bleeding that does not stop
  • There was a car accident and people were injured.
3Which cases are not considered medical emergencies?
  • In general, you do not feel well, but you do not have any of the reasons mentioned above.
  • Minor injuries such as sprains or small cuts – provided they are not bleeding uncontrollably.
  • Small burns – burns that are smaller than twice the size of your hand.
  • Cough or cold, but you are active if you eat well
4How to treat my child's temperature at home?
The temperature may not need to be treated with drugs if your child is calm, eats well, is active and the temperature is up to 38.5 degrees Celsius.
  • Dress your child in light clothing,
  • Cover them with a light sheet or blanket while they sleep.
  • Give extra fluids.
  • If the temperature is >38 degrees Celsius, you can give medicines that lower the temperature. For their correct selection and use, you should consult the nurse or the family doctor.

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