Depression is familiar to everyone. Why not? Life is full of difficulties, and fate often challenges us. Everything can affect your mood, ranging from bad weather and ending with a tiff with your loved one. And what if everything is not so bad, but your hands are still falling, and life ceases to seem interesting.
If this feeling is long enough and prevents you from living, or is repeated over and over again this is a clinical case of depression. It is impossible to “brush aside” such a state and it is very difficult to cope with it yourself. Continue reading
Autumn cold brings unpleasant surprises: one of them is a rash on the lips, or “fever on the lips.” It is caused by the herpes virus, which is very difficult to fight. The main thing is to start acting on time.
Herpes virus: where is it from? It is believed that we all got this virus in childhood, in close contact with friends. Continue reading
Inhalation is a method of administering drugs through the respiratory tract by inhalation. Inhalation of gases (oxygen, carbon dioxide), volatile substances (ether, chloroform), as well as finely dispersed substances (aerosols) can be done with the help of special devices based on the spray principle (compressed air or oxygen sprays solutions that are inhaled by the sick) or steam inhalers . Continue reading
It is known that 40% of Russians are more or less susceptible to depression of the “overcast sky”, so sunlight and heat, better than any newfangled medicine, can have a beneficial effect on their emotional state. Having appeared under hot rays, they, as a rule, start sunbathing tirelessly, forgetting that the sun is insidious. Continue reading
Despite the innocuous name, this disease is extremely cunning and delivers a lot of trouble for women of all ages. It seems that the terrible itch and nasty discharge will never pass. The thrush becomes the worst enemy, against which all forces and money are directed. But before you start another battle with the “dairy” opponent, it is important to know something.
What is more effective: candles or pills? Continue reading