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 volume of information, an ever-increasing shortage of time – all this contributes to the emergence of a state of tension, which is often not quite accurately called “stress.” It is well known that such a condition is one of the factors provoking the development of a number of diseases. For example, a direct relationship between frequently repeated nerve overloads and cardiovascular diseases has long been revealed. Continue reading
A premature baby is considered to be a child born before the 38th week of pregnancy, having a body weight of less than 2500 grams, body length—less than 45 centimeters.
The viability of a premature baby depends not only on the weight of the body and the time of birth, but also on how the mother’s pregnancy proceeded.
A premature baby is born more weakened if the mother suffers from cardiovascular, gynecological, endocrine diseases, kidney diseases, suffered infectious diseases during pregnancy, smoked, drank alcohol. Continue reading