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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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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Causes of fatigue after sleep
Everyone knows the feeling of fatigue, lethargy and some irritability, which sometimes happens after sleep. What is the reason for this, and is there any explanation for this? Certainly yes.…

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How to breathe correctly
Not everyone knows how to breathe correctly, because for the majority this issue does not seem to be any serious. Breathe and it's good. However, these questions have troubled people…

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Interesting facts about the common cold

You may already know some facts about the common cold. We recommend that everyone read this article, since any medical facts are, first of all, our health, and then the development of erudition and simply “interestingness”.

So let’s go!

1. Viruses are the smallest villains
Most varieties of the common cold are caused by rhinoviruses. One virus measures approximately 20 nanometers, so 50,000 are one millimeter. Continue reading

Bad breath

We will analyze the causes of this problem, and also find out what needs to be done in order to overcome it.

You can often see advertisements in the media on how to deal with this unpleasant phenomenon. This includes various chewing gums, sprays, lozenges, etc.

But all these methods are not very effective, because in order to get rid of the problem, it is necessary to establish the cause of its occurrence. Continue reading

10 Interesting Medical Facts

Medicine, of course, concerns each of us. And today we bring to your attention the 10 most interesting medical facts that may seem fantastic to you.

As you know, the normal human body temperature is just below 37 degrees Celsius. An increase of 2-3 degrees can lead to serious consequences, and even lead to death. However, in 1980, American Willie Jones had a body temperature of 46.5 degrees Celsius.

Surprisingly, the patient survived, although he had to stay in the hospital for about 1 month. That’s an organism! Continue reading

Who and why need to strengthen blood vessels
The role of the vascular system in the human body is enormous. It supplies blood, and therefore oxygen and nutrition, to all tissues and organs. Damage to blood vessels, disruptions…

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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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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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