Heartburn
Heartburn (sensation of heat, burning in the chest or in the epigastric region) occurs most often as a result of throwing acidic gastric contents into the esophagus, where the reaction…

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Bronchospastic syndrome
Spasm of the bronchi is usually accompanied by shortness of breath, difficulty breathing. A person is not able to cough up, free his lungs from sputum. This is primarily due…

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Urethritis
Urethritis (inflammatory disease of the urethra) is a common cause of many serious complications. In men, the infection from here can easily spread to the prostate gland, seminal vesicles, glans…

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nasal mucosa

Protective barriers in the lungs

It is not difficult to imagine what would have happened if the smallest particles of dust, aerosols, various microorganisms contained in the air we breathe fell into the lungs. Very soon their delicate and extremely vulnerable tissue would collapse: after all, the wall thickness of the alveoli – microscopic bubbles – ranges from 0.1 to 4 micrometers. However, thanks to the system of protective mechanisms that stand all the way of the air stream from the moment of inspiration up to the alveoli, this does not occur, and the air enters the lungs sufficiently purified from harmful impurities and even warmed up. 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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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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Mycosis
First, let's find out what is "Mikoz"? Mycosis, is a fungus of the foot. . Surprisingly tenacious these pathogenic mushrooms! Not only resistant to high temperatures, up to 75-80 °,…

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Binge eating
Even ancient thinkers understood that moderation in food is a guarantee of health and longevity, and those who eat too much were told: “Glutton digs its grave with its teeth”.…

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