Injuries can be of the following types: industrial, sports, birth, domestic, mental, head trauma, eye trauma, knee trauma, abdominal trauma, chest trauma, ankle injury, spinal injury, etc.
Below we will provide some very useful tips on how to avoid various injuries.
Warm spring days arrived, and there summer is not far off. The townspeople are drawn to nature: to the forest, to the garden plot, to the cottage. And unbiased statistics immediately records the consequences of this craving: according to world statistics, the frequency of household injuries on Saturdays and Sundays is one and a half times higher than on weekdays. And the proportion of injuries in garden plots in the summer months, as well as in September and even in October, reaches 6–7% of the total number of household injuries. Continue reading
First, a little anatomy. The diaphragm (muscle-tendon septum) separates the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity. Through the esophageal opening of the diaphragm, the esophagus descends into the abdominal cavity and passes into the stomach and that part of it, which is called the cardiac.
At the junction of the esophagus into the stomach, the muscle fibers form a sphincter (pulp). Normally, outside of swallowing, this sphincter is closed, which prevents the contents of the stomach and gastric juice from entering the esophagus. Continue reading
This disease is the result of a violation of protein metabolism, more precisely, the exchange of the so-called purine bases that are part of the nucleic acids of proteins. Translated from the Greek term “gout” means “trap.” This quite fully reflects its main manifestation – paroxysmal pain in the joints.
For a long time it has been noticed that the GIN is often passed on through inheritance. DEVELOPING IN MOST CASES FOR MEN 40-60 YEARS AND SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCED IN WOMEN. THERE IS A DISEASE IN THE MAIN IMAGE OF THOSE. WHO OVERSIZE. INCLUDES MEAT AND OTHER PRODUCTS CONTAINING PURINE BASES IN RICE IN EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS. Purine metabolism may also be impaired in those who abuse grape wines, in particular champagne, beer, coffee, and chocolate. By the way, purine bases are also found in drugs such as caffeine, theobromine, xanthine. In the doses prescribed by the doctor, these drugs have healing power. But for those. who takes these medicines without a doctor’s prescription, which means that in arbitrary doses, they can cause unwanted changes in the body. Continue reading