Panic attack: what is it and how to deal with it
Panic attack - what is it and how to deal with it? Today, many people are interested in this question. In this article, we will look at the symptoms of…

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Coronavirus: What you need to know about COVID-19
Coronavirus, or what you need to know about the new COVID-19 virus, has been one of the most popular Internet queries since the beginning of 2020. This is not surprising,…

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Benefits of ordering medication online
The traditional way of purchasing over-the-counter drugs at a pharmacy can hardly be called truly convenient. The necessary medicine may simply not be in the nearest pharmacy, which will entail…

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What is a nebulizer
What is a nebulizer and some of its purpose concerns many people. With a constant atmosphere, there are more and more new words, which means that many people simply do…

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The Truth About Nerve Cells That ‘Don’t Regenerate’

How often do you hear the phrase: nerve cells do not regenerate. It is with these words that they try to convince a person not to worry. And until recently, this phrase was considered true. But some discoveries allowed scientists to doubt the accepted dogma. So, do nerve cells recover (this process is called neurogenesis by doctors) in the human body?

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Buteyko method

Few people know that Konstantin Pavlovich Buteyko, who was born in 1923 in the Kharkov province, in the village of Ivanitsa (now the Sumy region of Ukraine), was not only an outstanding Soviet scientist, clinician and physiologist, but also a philosopher of medicine. He came to this after he developed the so-called Buteyko method.

An amazing and extremely interesting fact of medicine is that Buteyko expressed and scientifically substantiated a fundamentally new concept – shallow breathing. Most people know that in any difficult and painful situation, classical medicine says one thing – breathe deeply. Continue reading

Dark circles under the eyes

Dark circles under the eyes occur as a reaction of the body to various negative factors: severe fatigue, prolonged stress, exacerbation of a chronic disease. As a rule, when the condition normalizes, they disappear without causing much concern, but sometimes they persist for a fairly long period. You have to make an effort to get rid of them.

We bring to your attention interesting medical facts on this important topic for many women and men. Continue reading

Why do we faint?
Syncope, or scientific syncope, is understood as a sudden, unexpected loss of consciousness, lasting no more than a few minutes, more often seconds. Fainting occurs as a result of insufficient…

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Why does my head hurt in the morning?
Sometimes the day is not set in the morning. A headache threatens to completely disrupt the usual schedule. Such discomfort can torment periodically. But some people experience morning pain on…

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What do wet palms mean?
All people sweat. This is a natural physiological process. But some people sweat excessively. It can cover the entire body or affect a separate area. For example, palms. This causes…

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