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Sjogren's Vs. Sicca Syndrome

Sjogren's Vs. Sicca Syndrome

Massage can play an important role in helping to manage the symptoms of many chronic illnesses. Individuals with Sjorgen's Syndrome may benefit from using facial massage as it stimulates the exocrine glands of the face -- the Parotid, Submandibular, Sublingual, and Lacrimal glands.    This article by Lake Tahoe Massage Therapy illustrates how an individual can employ self massage techniques, so that they can play an integral role in their own self care.

Facial self massage techniques and Sjogren's Syndrome describes Sjogren Syndrome, exocrine glands of the face, muscles of the face, self-massage techniques for the face, and nutritional considerations.

A primary Sjögren's syndrome patient with marked swelling of multiple exocrine glands and sclerosing pancreatitis.

A primary Sjögren's syndrome patient with marked swelling of multiple exocrine glands and sclerosing pancreatitis.

The liver is a common non-exocrine target in primary Sjögren's syndrome: A retrospective review

The liver is a common non-exocrine target in primary Sjögren's syndrome: A retrospective review

Figure 2: Subtypes of muscarinic and nicotinic receptors - the peripheral nicotinic receptors at the  neuromuscular junction are of the N1 or Nm type and the central nicotinic receptors are of the neuronal nicotinic acetylcholinesterase subtype (Nn or N2). All five (M1 to M5) muscarinic receptor subunits are present in the central nervous system. The peripheral muscarinic receptors are predominantly of the M3 subunit although the M2 subunit is also represented in the heart and exocrine…

Figure 2: Subtypes of muscarinic and nicotinic receptors - the peripheral nicotinic receptors at the neuromuscular junction are of the N1 or Nm type and the central nicotinic receptors are of the neuronal nicotinic acetylcholinesterase subtype (Nn or N2). All five (M1 to M5) muscarinic receptor subunits are present in the central nervous system. The peripheral muscarinic receptors are predominantly of the M3 subunit although the M2 subunit is also represented in the heart and exocrine…

Wikipedia.org/*** EXOCRINE GLAND

Wikipedia.org/*** EXOCRINE GLAND

The Difference Between an Endocrine Gland and an Exocrine Gland

Endocrine glands are ductless glands and their secretions are known as Hormon.

Exocrine glands:  Endocrine glands secrete their products directly into the bloodstream and consist of high-density blood capillaries. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Exocrine glands: Endocrine glands secrete their products directly into the bloodstream and consist of high-density blood capillaries. Exocrine glands reach their target by traveling through a duct. An example would be a sweat gland.

The sebaceous glands are microscopic exocrine glands that secrete an oily matter known as sebum in the skin which lubricates it and the hair as well.

The sebaceous glands are microscopic exocrine glands that secrete an oily matter known as sebum in the skin which lubricates it and the hair as well.

Sjogren's Syndrome is basically a systemic autoimmune disease in which what happens is that immune cells attack and disrupt exocrine glands which are responsible for producing tears and saliva. This is a disease most common in females because 90 out of 100% females are believed to be affecting from the disease. It usually involves inflammation of glands and other major tissues of the body. It has a close connection with antibodies against various tissues in the body.

Herbal Treatment sjogren’s syndrome of may improve various symptoms. For diagnosis check dryness in the eyes and mouth are symptoms of Sjogren’s Syndrome.

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