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The REMEDY for Lethargy.These methods are practiced in special operations in languid natural criteria, with long physical activity.Contratista war in rough terrain, in fact, 70% of the heavy and endless lifting with weight on the shoulders somewhere up on uneven terrain. It's not even that it's hard physical labor. In fact, because of the relentless need constantly to conduct active surveillance on the move, to stretch auditory attention, so as not to miss the 1st shot of the enemy and find on hearing his direction, it's sick nervous exhaustion. Hunt otuput and move in automatic mode, looking somewhere Read more [...]
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Flash in the sun 05.04.2010. Be attentive and careful.

Friends, today on the Sun occurred sufficiently strong electromagnetic emissions. This release is significantly different from the geomagnetic norms to which we are accustomed to with you.Particularly sensitive people may start to feel the effects almost immediately release a few hours later. Each is expressed in their own way. For example, my wife and tingles slightly aching heart. Feels kind of nervousness, tension, anxiety, agitation.Most people begin to feel the impact of aggressive solar perturbations after 2-3 days since the outbreak. By this ask to be closer on Wednesday and Thursday Read more [...]
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Effects of electromagnetic fields on human health

Almost all the appliances that produce electromagnetic fields. Electromagnetic fields are invisible, but all around us - at home, at work, in traffic.The technological boom of the last two decades has led to the fact that today we live in a continuous electromagnetic field.What is the effect of electromagnetic fields on human health?At a certain intensity of the field of industrial frequency of 50 Hz (which, for example, generate a refrigerator with the «No frost» or working microwave) the impact on the human instrument is similar to the impact of a weak carcinogen. "It is well established Read more [...]
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How to reduce stress and increase your resistance to it

Any confrontation with terrorism - receiving threatening letters and phone calls, fraught explosion "finds", stay in captivity - the strongest stress. How to effectively remove it and recover, how to increase resistance to stress effect? 1. How to relieve stress Rehabilitation If you have experienced the stress (or fatigue) and you are having discomfort - high tension, stiffness, restlessness, anxiety, fear, headache, decreased mental and physical strength - if you want to relax or sleep, but you can not do that, using simple but effective techniques of rehabilitation. Read more [...]
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The main achievement of the 20th century physiology was the creation of Pavlov and his school of the theory of conditioned reflexes (see). Pavlov was first used by an objective method of the natural sciences to the study of mental activity and in the early 20th century, discovered that its basis is conditioned reflexes by the most sophisticated communications and balancing the body with the environment. Research in this area has led to the discovery of the basic laws of higher nervous activity, the creation of the theory of types of higher nervous activity (see), the two signaling systems, and Read more [...]
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Ftivazid (Phthivazidum; synonym Vanizide; List B) - TB drug. Close to isoniazid (see), but is less toxic. Used for the treatment of all forms of tuberculosis, especially in the outpatient setting. Assign inside to food to 0.5 g 2-3 times a day. Higher doses: single - 1 g daily - 2, with the reception ftivazidu may experience dysfunction of the central and peripheral nervous system, gastrointestinal tract, allergic reactions. Ftivazid contraindicated in angina, heart diseases with decompensation, organic diseases of the central nervous system, nontuberculous kidney damage. Ftivazidu release Read more [...]
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Phenatine (Phenatinum; List A) - stimulator central nervous system, the chemical structure and pharmacological properties similar to fenaminu (see). In contrast to amphetamine, phenatine have hypotensive effect, so it can be assigned as necessary hypertensive patients. Used in the same cases as amphetamine. Assign phenatine inside by 0.05-0.15 g 2-3 times a day, or the skin on 1 ml of 5% solution. Higher doses inside: Single - 0.2 grams daily - 0.6 Method of production, the phenatine: powder and pills to 0.05 g See also nervous system stimulants. Read more [...]
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Benzedrine (Phenaminum; List A) - a stimulant of the central nervous system. Benzedrine used to temporarily increase mental and physical performance, in the treatment of psychogenic depression, narcolepsy, alcoholic depressive psychosis, the effects of encephalitis, for induction of labor, poisoning pills and drugs. Assign inside of 0.005-0.01 g 1-2 times a day. Higher doses: single - 0.01 grams daily - 0.02, the possible side effects: insomnia, tachycardia, arrhythmia. With long-term use may be cumulative phenomenon (see) and the development of drug dependence (addiction). Benzedrine contraindicated Read more [...]
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The regulation of body functions

As already mentioned, a feature of every living organism is that it is a self-regulating system that responds to these pressures as a whole. This is achieved by the interaction of all its cells, tissues, organs and systems, links and vzaimopodchinennostyu all the processes occurring in them. None cell the body does not change without change and not any others. Changing the function of any organ in some degree alter the activity of other organs. It is the interaction of the most clearly expressed in the functional limits of their systems. This system consists of organs, which provides the overall Read more [...]
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Physiological basis of fatigue-5

Fatigue, as can be seen from the above, is a physiological condition, and this condition is determined by the disorder of the nerve cells of the brain measles. Thus, the fatigue is a complex physiological process that begins in the higher parts of the nervous system and spreads further to other body systems. This means that in this process manifests and nervous and humoral responses, and neural link here as paramount. Fatigue is usually preceded feeling fatigue. Fatigue is a "signal" feeling, our warning organism of impending danger - disruption in the normal activity of the nerve Read more [...]
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Physiological basis of fatigue-2

Nervous system affect the absorption of the organs and tissues of nutrients brought by the blood on the metabolic processes occurring in them, it regulates the life of the organism determines the value of his work. This ability to nervous system manage the processes of assimilation of nutrients and exchange it called trophic function (from the Greek word trophe, which means food, food). Pavlov developed the first truly scientific understanding of the trophic influence of the nervous system organism, emphasizing the role of the autonomic nerves and centers. * The disciples of Pavlov (Orbeli, Read more [...]
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Physiological basis of fatigue-13

Inhibition in this case acts as a guardian of the nerve cell. It protects the cell from this fatigue, it emerged as a result of certain functional disorganization. Ukhtomskii believed that complex physiological processes that take place in each tissue, occur in time, with one chain of processes in sequence after another. Violation of this chain, this cyclicity, delay of a process or series of processes in time - all this affects the work of the tissue, causing it to functional disorganization and tiring. Process inhibition, thus suppressing the activity of tissue, you can restore the entire Read more [...]
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Physiological basis of fatigue-10

Foreign scientists, seeing that some humoral theory does not explain fatigue, fatigue began to study the nervous conductors. They argued that under the influence of a long passage of excitation pulses (such as electric shock stimulation) nerve guides tired. A Russian physiologist Vvedenskii, criticizing a number of errors in the experiments of Western scholars, on the facts proved that the nerve conductors virtually fatigue-and that in the nerves conducting physiological arousal occurs with minimal waste of energy. Consequently, the cause of fatigue in the muscle of the wing does not and is not Read more [...]
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Physiological basis of fatigue-1

Developing one of the most important provisions of the doctrine of Paul - nervism, Soviet physiologists have shown that many biochemical processes that take place during muscle activity under the jurisdiction of the nervous regulation. Soviet scientists Engelhardt, Yakovlev, Ivanov and others have found that during muscular work in the muscles and other tissues undergoing complex biochemical changes. As you work your muscles decreases the amount of creatine, glycogen, and other biochemical components. However, resistance to muscle fatigue depends on the training. Research by Soviet biochemists Read more [...]
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Physiological basis of fatigue

Work of Russian scientists Sechenov Vvedenskii and Pavlov showed that the basis of diverse human activities are neural processes - excitation and inhibition. In 1863 he published a brilliant work of Sechenov "Reflexes of the Brain," in which, based on his experimental studies have proved the presence of the central nervous system during braking (on the excitation of the physiologists was already known), J. M . Sechenov developed the idea of the reflex, as a mechanism of any form of the highly developed organism. Contrary to the views of the majority of foreign scientists, and in particular Read more [...]
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During contusion deafness

Diseases of the organ of hearing by air concussions are characterized by their dynamic and volatile. This includes not only the state of the auditory and vestibular function, but also the processes that cause them to change. Immediately after air concussion in the clinical picture, as already stated, is dominated by the phenomenon of the central nervous system and psyche, which is developed on the basis of syndrome, a component of which is the expression, or a sharp general inhibition. Defeat function of the organ of hearing in the near future after a concussion is caused, in addition to local Read more [...]
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Individual modalities to combat fatigue-1

Great importance in the fight against exhaustion have exercise and training. Exercise - this is one of the main conditions to increase productivity. Exercise improves efficiency and coordination of their activities. Exercise - the surest way to combat fatigue, as promote better regulation of functions, more economic activity of the body, greater persistence of its internal environment, increase its functionality. The same work at the trained person becomes less tedious and may take more than the untrained. We know what is the method of distribution engineer F. Kovalev. It consists of a comprehensive Read more [...]
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Tractotomy — An operation crossing pathways of the spinal cord or brain to stop conducting pathological impulses in upstream and downstream parts of the nervous system.
Tractotomy can be made at the level of the spinal cord (cordotomy), medulla (tabloid cordotomy, bulbar tractotomy), Midbrain (mesencephalic tractotomy), The brain (thalamocortical tractotomy).
The main indication for tractotomy are unquenchable pain syndromes that can not be conservative therapy and interventions in the peripheral nervous system.

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Tachypnea - is rapid surface breath, not accompanied by a breach of its rhythm. Tachypnea is a subjective view of inspiratory dyspnea (see), which is not accompanied by objective signs (forced attitude, cyanosis, participation in breathing accessory muscles). In healthy people, tachypnea can be observed during physical exercise, or nervous excitement. The most common cause of tachypnea - A violation of functional relationships with the underlying cortex of the central nervous system, with the emergence of so-called neuroses respiratory system. In hysteria tachypnea seen quickening breaths of Read more [...]
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