Chronic fatigue syndrome: how to deal with it
The ficus has always been green, it simply does not have the right to become orange or crimson in the box. A neighbor for ten years welcomes you with a…

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Plastic surgery
The first facelift operations were carried out in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, although they were not officially advertised. At that time, to eliminate wrinkles and flabbiness of…

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A star named Sun
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…

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Your perfect smile
Scientific and technological progress did not protect us from disease. Having learned how to heal alone, we did not avoid an increase in the prevalence of other diseases. An increase…

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The main rules of hardening

So, systematic hardening is a proven and reliable healing tool! However, there will not be much prospect if, in carrying out tempering procedures, to neglect the principles that have been developed by practical experience and supported by biomedical research. The most important of them are systematic, gradual and consistent, taking into account individual characteristics, a combination of general and local procedures, active mode, a variety of means and forms, self-control. Continue reading

The main rules of hardening
So, systematic hardening is a proven and reliable healing tool! However, there will not be much prospect if, in carrying out tempering procedures, to neglect the principles that have been…

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Caution: heatstroke
In summer, high air temperatures become a real problem, often causing heat stroke in adults and children. Many believe that in the heat will not be his victims. However, our…

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Insidious sinusitis
Inflammation of the maxillary (maxillary) sinuses is a common disease, due to the peculiarities of the anatomical structure (unfavorable conditions of outflow from the sinuses) and the possibility of infection…

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