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EFFECTS OF TOXINS ON HEALTH


Each toxic molecule induces a whole cascade of reactions, propagating like circles on the smooth surface of the water of a quiet lake, resulting from the fall of a single drop. These circles diverge as far as the eye can see. In the same way, you can observe the chemical traces of each toxin a long time after it initiated a chain of events. But a tropical storm on the same lake creates a very different picture. Millions of individual drops each form their own circles, which collide with each other, and the observer cannot distinguish one from another. In fact, when the storm is gaining real power, all kinds of circles disappear. The surface of the lake takes on a completely different look.
There are toxins that prevent the absorption of essential nutrients, these include some drugs, a list of which is given in the appendix "Drugs causing nutritional deficiencies"
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EFFECTS OF TOXINS ON HEALTH

  1. Effects of toxins on children
    Sometimes the costs of modern nutrition are manifested in the most disturbing way. Unfortunately, the main victims of toxins are children, who, because of the small size of their bodies, receive the greatest number of them. When patients reject the idea of ​​eating organic foods, I tell them about my colleague and friend, Tina, with whom we worked together in Palm Springs. Thanks to her,
  2. Heredity and its effect on health
    Physical and mental health must be viewed in dynamics, namely, as a process that changes throughout a person’s life. Health is largely dependent on heredity and age-related changes that occur in the human body as it develops. The ability of the body to resist the effects of harmful factors is determined by the genetic characteristics of adaptive mechanisms and
  3. INFLUENCE OF COMPUTER ON HEALTH TRAINERS
    Introduction Today, when civilization has reached such heights, the problem of human health is acute. Despite the fact that science does not stand still, discoveries are being made in the fields of medicine, biology, genetics, and other sciences, health indicators are constantly falling. And this is not by chance. The rhythm of our lives often makes us forget about our health. Often we do not think about what we eat, how much
  4. Factors affecting health
    Risk factors (RF) are potentially hazardous circumstances of behavioral, biological, genetic, ecological, social, environmental, and production environment that increase the likelihood of developing diseases, their progression and adverse outcome. 3 due to the complex influence of social, behavioral and biological factors. It:
  5. EFFECT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS ON HEALTH
    The scientific and technological revolution has expanded the scope of industrial and domestic use of sources of electromagnetic fields (EMF) of various frequency ranges. These are, for example, radio, television, mobile communications, computerization, children's radio-controlled toys, radar antennas, attempts at exposing humans to electromagnetic waves for medical and other purposes, etc. They are strictly speaking
  6. Environmental Impact on Health
    Currently, extensive scientific material has been accumulated that proves the direct impact of a number of environmental factors (climate, weather, environmental conditions) on human health. Based on the extensive material, biometrology (a science that studies the dependence of well-being on the weather) has developed a kind of “calendar” of diseases characteristic of average geographical
  7. The constitution of man, its effect on individual physical health
    Recommended literature: • main 1. Valeologiya: pіd red. V.I.Bobritskoi .- Poltava: 2000.-P.1, distribution 4. Additional 2. Kosovanova L.M., Melnikova M.M., Aizman R.I. Screening diagnosis of schoolchildren and students. Teaching manual. - Novosibirsk, 2003; 3.Vayner E.N., Volynskaya E.V. Valeology: Training Workshop. - M.: 2002 4. Medico - biologic bases
  8. Impact of housing conditions on public health
    A person spends most of his life in various rooms where he finds reliable protection from cold, heat, bad weather and creates the necessary conditions for work, rest, rest and satisfaction of aesthetic needs. All this is possible if not only the rules of architecture and technology are observed in housing construction, but also hygiene requirements that ensure proper operation of premises and
  9. Lecture 5. The effect of alcohol on human health
    Biological, physiological and psychological effects of alcohol on humans. The role of endogenous alcohol in the physiological functioning of the body. The effect of low doses of alcohol on the functioning of the leading systems of the human body. The concepts of "alcoholization", "alcoholic illness", "alcoholism". The phenomenon of "Russian" alcoholism. Population at risk groups for the formation of chronic
  10. The influence of indoor plants on the microclimate of classrooms and the health of students
    Objective: Formation of knowledge about health and the effects of indoor plants on it. Objectives: 1) Define the term microclimate and designate its optimal conditions for the health of the human body. 2) Tell about the effect of plants on the human body. 3) Tell about the influence of plants on the indoor climate. Introduction Microclimate - a complex of physical factors
  11. EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ON HEALTH CONDITION
    INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL ON CONDITION
  12. The effect of beer on human health
    What is the charms of this drink? Beer is made from a very useful product - barley, which contains proteins, fats, carbohydrates and vitamins. But in the beer wort fermentation microbes eat this wonderful product, using it for its growth, reproduction and producing alcohol as a final product of exchange (a kind of “urine”), which is extremely dangerous for the life activity of all living organisms.
  13. Impact of air quality on public health
    The state of public health is one of the main criteria for environmental quality. In the structure of the general morbidity of the population, an increasing proportion is occupied by diseases resulting from anthropogenic pollution of the environment, in particular, atmospheric air. This trend has recently been observed not only in industrial regions, but also in rural areas. Atmospheric
  14. Smoking and its health effects on offspring
    Smoking negatively affects fertility (the ability of the body to create offspring) not only the smoker himself, but also his children, show the work of scientists from Denmark and Germany. It has been proven that male smokers have a lower concentration of proteins in the testicles, which in no way affects the production of sperm. Another study claims that women who smoke during
  15. Student lifestyle and health effects
    The protection and promotion of student health is mainly determined by the lifestyle. Increased attention to it is manifested at the level of public consciousness, in the sphere of culture, education, upbringing. A student’s lifestyle is nothing but a certain way of integrating his needs and their respective activities, accompanying her experiences. If the lifestyle does not contain creative
  16. Health risk factors. Hypodynamia, its effect on the body
    Physical human health depends on: • biological factors (heredity, variability); • a complex set of social conditions (lifestyle, environmental factors, nutrition, etc.) • Some of these factors impair health, cause illness and shorten life, while others, on the contrary, contribute to strengthening and restoring health. • In modern science firmly
  17. Lesson plan: "The impact of computers and cell phones on the health of schoolchildren."
    Teacher: Hello guys! My name is Maria Vladimirovna. I will tell you about the impact of computers and cell phones on the health of schoolchildren. I think that this topic is very relevant today and will be interesting for you. To begin with, I suggest you perform a small test: 1) Do you have a computer at home? 2) How much time do you spend at the computer per day? a) 10-20 minutes; b)
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