Stress - what is it?
Nervous, worried, overstrained ... These words became almost our constant companions. And not by chance. Mechanization and automation of production, a sharp limitation of motor activity, an increase in the…

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First aid for frostbite
Among household and occupational injuries, a special place is occupied by injuries resulting from exposure to negative temperatures. Frostbite is also possible at a positive (from 0 to + 5…

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There is no reason for pessimism and despair.
It is difficult to write and talk about congenital defects of the genital organs in men. Not accepted. Men always want to be men and, of course, they will not…

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First aid for loss of consciousness

The most common causes of loss of consciousness – fainting and traumatic brain injury.

FROZEN – a sudden short-term loss of consciousness caused by insufficient supply of blood to the brain. Om can occur even in physically strong and balanced people weakened by intoxication, malnutrition, lack of sleep, overwork. Sometimes the cause of fainting can be prolonged stationary standing or abrupt transition to a vertical position after staying in bed for several days. Continue reading

Alcoholic psychosis
Most often, alcoholic psychosis occurs in those who suffer from chronic alcoholism. The constant presence of alcohol in the body leads to disruption of metabolic processes that ensure the neutralization…

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How to lose weight
In the overwhelming majority of cases, obesity is a cruel retribution for the lack of restraint in food, the result of the cult of food in the family. Whatever the…

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Reflux - Esophagitis
Initially, a little anatomy. The diaphragm (muscle-tendon septum) separates the chest cavity from the abdominal. Through the esophageal opening of the diaphragm, the esophagus descends into the abdominal cavity and…

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Limbic system (human Nervous system)
The limbic system consists of various anatomically and functionally related formations of the brain. Some of them belong to the subcortex, others — to the cortex, but not to the…

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