Heartburn
Heartburn (sensation of heat, burning behind the sternum 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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Pregnancy
The second trimester of pregnancy, that is, its fourth, fifth, sixth months, in a healthy woman, as a rule, proceeds calmly. The first period of physical and psychological adaptation has…

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Menarche
The first menstruation (it is called menarche) is an important event in the life of a girl. As a rule, it does not happen unexpectedly - older girlfriends inform. And…

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normal conditions

After a heart attack

From the attitude of a person who has had a myocardial infarction, to his condition, to medical recommendations, his further fate sometimes depends: whether he will return to a full-blooded life, overcome the disease or reconcile with it, turn into a disabled person. It is no coincidence, according to statistics, it is psychological factors that are the main reason that prevents the return to work of every second patient who has had a heart attack.

This disease, occurring most often suddenly, incapacitates a person, breaks his life plans. Patients react differently to what happened. According to our observations, approximately two-thirds of patients are reasonable, without panic, about what happened; perform doctor’s appointments, actively fight the disease and its consequences. However, a third of patients react differently. Some experience constant fear, although danger has already passed. Continue reading

Urethritis

Urethritis (an 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, head and foreskin of the penis. And this adversely affects sexual function and can even lead to infertility.

When the first signs of urethritis appear, you should immediately consult a doctor.

Depending on the cause that caused it, venereal urethritis and non-venereal urethritis are distinguished. At the same time, urethritis is referred to as venereal urethritis not only of gonorrheal nature, but also of any other, if the infection occurred during sexual intercourse. Non-venereal urethritis can develop as a result of an infection with a blood stream from inflamed tonsils, a boil or other suppurative focus in the body or during the flu and other infectious diseases. But more often still there is venereal urethritis and, above all, gonorrhea urethritis. Continue reading

Muscle

All the variety of movements that are constantly performed in the body, provide muscles. Thanks to them, the body is kept in balance and moves in space, respiratory movements of the chest and diaphragm, eye movements, voice formation, swallowing, the most important functions of internal organs, including the work of the heart, are carried out.

Distinguish between smooth and striated muscles.

Smooth muscles (Figure I) form the muscle membrane of the walls of the stomach and intestines. bladder, uterus and other hollow organs, as well as blood and lymph vessels, ducts of glands. They consist of small muscle cells, the length of which, as a rule, does not exceed 100 micrometers. The autonomic nervous system regulates the activity of smooth muscles. They do not obey volitional orders, therefore they cannot be reduced and relaxed arbitrarily. Continue reading

Reflux - Esophagitis
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…

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Electric field
Here is information about how an electric field affects a person, and whether to stay for a long time under high-voltage lines where there is an electric field. All human…

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Alcohol psychoses
Most often, alcoholic psychoses occur in those who suffer from chronic alcoholism. The constant presence of alcohol in the body leads to metabolic disorders that ensure the neutralization and elimination…

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Heartburn
Heartburn (sensation of heat, burning behind the sternum 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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