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Lack of fatigue
You never feel very tired. But if you catch a cold, your body feels tired, more than in many years. Even one cold in 10 years is a bad sign. After all, not a single bird or insect catches a cold, even in a cold climate, in cold weather. The roots of this disease are therefore deep. If you say: “It is very difficult to understand,” “It is impossible to understand,” or “I am not ready to resolve the issue,” you will indicate the degree of difficulty for this problem for you.
If you are healthy, you can find and remove difficulties from the path one after another, just as a dog hunts hares.
If you are afraid of too much difficulty, you can be called a defeatist.
We must be courageous in life, because today there is a constant desire for tomorrow. More difficulty - more satisfaction. Such a position is a sure means of never knowing fatigue.
Fatigue is the true cause of all illnesses. You can treat them without any help from medicine, if you understand and apply the path of Macrobiotics, the path to longevity and rejuvenation.
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Lack of fatigue
Physical Lock The following description applies to those who often get tired for no apparent reason. These people are constantly experiencing a lack of energy, lethargy and physical weakness. Emotional blocking Such a person does not have a specific goal in life. The goal is the desire to realize something specific in the field to do or have. Our emotional body, or desire body, is happy when we have
- Therapy of chronic fatigue syndrome
Today, there are several areas of treatment for CFS, however, none of them is pathogenetically substantiated and proven effective. The complexity of treatment with effects on various links of pathogenesis is the main principle, the rejection of which, in our opinion, Chapter 12. Chronic fatigue syndrome ... 233 Table 3 Diseases accompanied
- A condition requiring attention. Fatigue.
Fatigue is the primary cause of weakness, including in advancing towards goals. Therefore, in order to free yourself from the bonds of your addiction, you need rest. Anyone will do - passive, active, extreme - choose to taste and in character. The tendency to form any dependencies, including food, is a direct result of overwork, boredom and
- CHRONIC Fatigue Syndrome in the Practice of a Gynecologist-Endocrinologist
Steblyuk V.V., Tatarchuk T.F., Loboda T.M. And the CTUAL problem of medicine of the technogenic society of the 21st century is-. There is a problem of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) as the cause of frequent violations of the physical and mental health of people in a developed technogenic society. Reduced physical and mental performance, psychopathization of personality, psychosomatic disorders are not only
- Tears (absence)
Physical Blocking Tears are designed to protect the cornea. They nourish the cornea and ensure the smoothness of its surface. Lack or absence of tears causes dry eyes, a feeling of irritation, burning and discomfort. As a rule, these symptoms appear in a person who does not blink often enough. Emotional blocking A person suffering from this problem often
- Orgasm (absence)
Physical Lock The following description refers to a person who does not reach orgasm during intercourse. Emotional blocking Since an orgasm is the opening of all the energy centers of the body (chakras), a person uses his absence to refuse what another person is offering him. He does not open for what is given to him. Such a person hardly accepts everything
- LACK OF MILK FORMATION AT FEMALE
The normal nutritional requirements of newborns are every 2 hours. Without food, newborns will die, so the lack of milk in the female (agalactia) requires urgent intervention. Agalactia is indicated by the restless behavior of the puppies. They scream, look for nipples, crawl away unsatisfied and try again after attempt. The mother may not be anxious at this time. Her mammary glands
- Lack of sexual development (gonad dysgenesis)
Gonad dysgenesis (DG) is a congenital defect in the development of the gonads or their complete absence, which is most often caused by chromosomal abnormalities (quantitative or structural pathology of the sex chromosomes). Patients have an incomplete set of chromosomes (45X instead of 45XY), mosaicism (X0 / XX, X0 / XY, etc.), a defect in the short arm of the X chromosome, etc. However, due to the suppression of meiosis, the ovaries do not develop
- Radial thrombocytopenia
TAP syndrome - (T) rhombocytopenia, (A) plasma, (P) adial. ICD CODE Q87.2 Syndromes of congenital malformations involving mainly limbs. ETIOLOGY Autosomal recessive disease. CLINICAL PICTURE The main signs are neonatal thrombocytopenia, congenital defects of the radius. Congenital malformations of the kidneys and heart are frequent. DIAGNOSTICS Physical examination Diagnostic criteria: •
- Lack of bad habits
Habit is a prevailing mode of behavior, the implementation of which in a certain situation acquires the character of need for the individual. Sergei Ivanovich Ozhegov in his "Dictionary of the Russian Language" interprets the habit as "behavior, a course of action, an inclination that has become common or permanent for a person." Each person has his own set of certain habits. They can be divided into
- How to compensate for the lack of tenderness in our lives?
I give all my tenderness to others, but I myself miss her so much. Do you agree with the proverb: "What you sow, you will reap"? Then ask yourself why you, giving so much tenderness to others, get it so little in return. In this case, it is necessary to realize the motivation of your need to give all tenderness to others. Do you really give it unselfishly? You must be afraid of the absence
- What to do if there is no decision
In rare cases, when all of the above decision-making methods do not help, you find yourself in a pendulum state, alternately leaning toward one or the other choice. In this case, there is a barely noticeable transition from the dyadic (bivariate) choice to the trivariant one. The decision is no more yes or no. It now looks like this: 1. Yes. 2. No. 3.
- DISEASES ASSOCIATED WITH THE ABSENCE OR LACK OF VITAMINS IN THE DIET
The great importance of vitamins for the embryonic development of birds (table. 9). In the absence of certain vitamins, various disorders appear in the development of embryos. Table 9. The value of individual vitamins in the embryonic development of poultry. Vitamins. Role in the development of the embryo. Development abnormalities in case of deficiency. Vitamin A Required for normal embryo growth, affects
- The temperature in the armpit is 35.5 0C. Does the absence of fever rule out sepsis?
Not. Anesthesia disrupts thermoregulation. In addition, the correlation between central temperature and the temperature in the axillary fossa is very variable (Ch. 6). For the diagnosis of sepsis, high clinical alertness is required. Leukocytosis often develops after surgery and therefore does not belong to reliable indicators of sepsis. The mechanism of occurrence of trembling upon awakening after anesthesia remains
- Does the absence of shortness of breath in the preoperative period reduce the likelihood of severe intraoperative respiratory disorders?
Not. After induction of anesthesia, such patients may experience severe airway obstruction in the absence of any respiratory distress in the preoperative period. To exclude asymptomatic obstruction, an X-ray of the chest and KT should be performed before surgery. The site of obstruction is most often located distal to the tip of the installed endotracheal tube. Termination
- Management of the 2nd group of pregnant women: a group of sensitized pregnant women threatened by Rh conflict (there are antibodies, but there are no signs of GBP):
This group includes Rh (-) women with: 1. first and second pregnant women with anti - rhesus antibodies detected in them; 2. pregnant women, the fact of sensitization in which can be established according to the burdened obstetric and blood transfusion history (spontaneous miscarriages, stillbirths, premature births, blood transfusions without taking into account the Rh factor, the birth of children with HDN),
- Anterograde in blockade of the II degree, or incomplete AV blockade with the absence of one or more consecutive sinus (atrial) pulses
In 1894, T. Engelman reported that he observed on the frog’s heart a progressive lengthening of conduction from the atria to the ventricles, ending with the disappearance of one contraction. After 5 years, K. Wenckebach (1899) described the same phenomenon in humans and called it the Luciani periods by the name of the researcher, who as early as 1872 pointed to a similar phenomenon. In 1906, J. Hay discovered that with