Attention: couperose
Kuperoz - a violation of blood circulation in the skin. Usually kuperoz begins with stagnation in the capillaries of the upper layers of the skin. Because of the constant load,…

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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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Ayurveda: the science of life in India
Ayurveda is an ancient Indian method of healing the body and spirit. Literally, the word "Ayurveda" is translated from Sanskrit as "the science of life." This is the oldest system…

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Life-threatening ozone therapy
Speaking of ozone as a poison, superior in toxicity to carbon monoxide, or as the strongest oxidizer that can react even with those substances to which oxygen is inert, it…

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patients with chronic fatigue

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 sweet smile when you come across the elevator. Friends do not ask for money, but simply try to pull you out on kebabs. Seeing your sour physiognomy, friends sympathetically shake their heads. So it’s up to you!

And do not argue. Fatigue, irritability, excessive tearfulness, apathy, indifference – if at least half about you and your mood in recent weeks, then it’s time to talk about such a mysterious and poorly understood disease, like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Continue reading

Food chemistry
Three kilograms of chemicals. This is the quantity that an average consumer consumes in the course of a year of the most different, sometimes absolutely familiar products: cupcakes, for example,…

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Oxygen is needed as air ... for every diabetic patient!
There is a paradox: today we can effectively deal with type 2 diabetes or prevent the development of this disease by “catching” it in its early stages. This is on…

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The body's response to cooling
The concept of constancy of human body temperature, as research has shown, is to a certain extent relative. For example, open skin at low temperatures cools faster than closed ones.…

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