treat-with-contempt. Noun. (plural treat with contempts) consider someone or something to be unworthy of respect or attention.
While insomnia may be the most common sleep disorder, obstructive sleep apnea is the disorder most sleep clinics diagnose and treat. Obstructive sleep apnea is when a person's breathing stops for several seconds during the night due to blockage in the upper respiratory system.
Infants and children who are dehydrated shouldn't be given water as the main replacement fluid because it can dilute the already low level of minerals in their body and make the problem worse. ... If left untreated, severe dehydration can be serious and cause fits (seizures), brain damage and death.
Antibiotics are strong medicines that treat bacterial infections. Antibiotics won't treat viral infections because they can't kill viruses. You'll get better when the viral infection has run its course. Common illnesses caused by bacteria are urinary tract infections, strep throat, and some pneumonia.
Antibiotics can treat bacterial infections, such as: Most sinus infections. Strep throat. Urinary tract infections. Pneumonia. Most ear infections (otitis media) Nasty bacterial skin infections (impetigo)
Treatment. Synovitis symptoms can be treated with anti-inflammatory drugs such as NSAI Ds. An injection of steroids may be done, directly into the affected joint. Specific treatment depends on the underlying cause of the synovitis.
Photophobia Treatment. The best treatment for light sensitivity is to address the underlying cause. Once the triggering factor is treated, photophobia disappears in many cases. If you are taking a medication that causes light sensitivity, talk to your prescribing physician about discontinuing or replacing the drug.
Treatment options. A treatment plan is necessary in order to manage bipolar disorder and dysphoric mania. Most often, doctors will prescribe "mood stabilizers," or anticonvulsant drugs, such as lithium, valproate, carbamazepine, gabapentin, or lamotrigine to help manage dysphoric mania.
Treatments. Treatment for nocturia can sometimes include medication, such as: anticholinergic drugs, which help lessen the symptoms of an overactive bladder. desmopressin, which causes your kidneys to produce less urine at night.