What does emotional lability mean
In psychiatry, this term is understood to mean the unstable state of the nervous system, which is expressed in a sharp change of polar moods (labilis means “unstable” in Latin).…

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Causes of hormonal failure in men and women
About 75% of the adult population suffer from various hormonal disorders. The psychoemotional and physical state of a person directly depends on the synthesis of hormones, with the slightest failure…

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How scoliosis affects quality of life and health
If a person suffers from a multitude of diseases, then their cause should be sought in spinal disorders. So claimed the ancient healer Hippocrates. Modern studies have fully confirmed the…

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The consequences of head injury

Head bruising is an injury that does not damage the skin. There is no open wound, there is no blood; nevertheless, this injury can be very serious and cause severe and long-lasting consequences, even death.

With a head injury, two options are possible: 1) a brain contusion is the most serious injury and 2) soft tissue contusion is a less dangerous injury. Head injury may be accompanied by hemorrhage, compression of the brain, fracture of the bones of the skull. Continue reading

Daytime sleepiness - an alarming symptom?
During the day, the man is awake, and at night he sleeps. It has been a tradition since ancient times. And it is in this mode that the human biological…

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Hypochondria: Disease Simulators?
“Yes, he’s just a hypochondriac,” “I’ve put hypochondria on myself,” we say with irritation about an overly sensitive, dull, constantly complaining person, not always realizing that hypochondria is in fact…

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Sharply dizzy - what are the reasons?
A sharp rise or a quick head movement can cause a whole storm of unpleasant emotions. There is a feeling that the whole world began to rotate. In order not…

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Bradycardia: causes, symptoms, treatment
Bradycardia is a condition in which the heart beats slower than normal, that is, the heart rate (HR), or pulse, is less than 60 beats per minute. Normally, a healthy…

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