Hypochondria: a disease of malingerers?
“Yes, he’s just a hypochondriac”, “Here he put hypochondria on himself” – we speak with irritation about an overly suspicious, dull, constantly complaining person, not always realizing that hypochondria is actually a disease.
Hypochondria refers to mental disorders, and it is characterized by the fact that the person suffering from hypochondria is excessively and unreasonably concerned about his health. Continue reading
Nerves on edge: how a nervous breakdown manifests itself
All mechanisms have their own tensile strength. The human body is no exception. People, especially strong in spirit, can withstand the onslaught of stress for a long time. But at a certain time, the tension reaches a peak. It becomes unbearable. To relieve stress, the body automatically turns on its defense mechanism. That is what is called a nervous breakdown.
What is this state? What are the causes of a nervous breakdown? And how does an unpleasant phenomenon manifest itself? Continue reading
What is hemoglobin
If you want to know what hemoglobin is, then this note is for you. Hemoglobin (from Greek haima meaning blood and Latin globus meaning ball) is a protein found in the blood of all animals that have a circulatory system. Its main property is that it transports oxygen to the tissues of the body. We offer you interesting medical facts about hemoglobin.
Surely many readers know that 55 percent of the blood is plasma. The remaining 45 are blood cells, among which the dominant position is occupied by red blood cells. These are red blood cells, which are 95% hemoglobin. Continue reading