Children's diseases: hepatitis
Hepatitis is a disease that causes inflammation of the liver. The most common form in children is hepatitis A virus, which is also very contagious. The virus is contained in…

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Measles
The likelihood of contracting a non-painful measles person in contact with a patient approaches 100%. Most often, children of preschool and school age are sick. The source of infection is…

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Rubella virus
Unvaccinated children 2-9 years old are most often affected. Rubella is especially dangerous in the first 3 months of pregnancy - in this case, severe congenital malformations of the child…

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Products to help keep you warm

Have you ever wondered why in the heat we prefer vegetable salads and green cabbage soup, and in winter we are more attracted to rich soup, fatty pork and Olivier salad? This is no coincidence. We just intuitively choose foods that warm the body.

About warming food was known in antiquity. So, in the Indian system of medicine Ayurveda, food was given great importance. Indian healers believed that for health it is necessary to eat properly, in particular, there are warming foods in the cold, and cooling ones in the heat.

Today, traditional medicine also recognizes this, it only explains the ability of food to warm the body differently than Ayurveda.

How can foods warm?
It is clear that hot tea or coffee will help keep you warm if you are cold. A cold kvass will refresh in the heat. But it’s not at all the temperature of the food. Warming products act on processes occurring in the body, including the production of internal heat. Continue reading

What is the danger of hypothermia for the body?

What is hypothermia?
Lowering body temperature below the level necessary for the natural functioning of organs and maintaining metabolism is called hypothermia. In the people, such a condition is better known as hypothermia.

The body temperature of a healthy person is 36.6 ° C. Slight deviations from 36.0 ° C to 36.9 ° C are possible. The mechanism of thermoregulation is responsible for supporting such indicators. It is he who resists the cold acting on the body. As soon as the body temperature begins to drop, the thermoregulatory mechanism immediately activates the metabolism. This leads to an increase in heat generation and a decrease in its return.

But if the cold acts on the body for a long time, then its own resources are exhausted. Body temperature begins to decline. The physiological norm, after which the processes occurring in the body are disrupted, is an indicator of 34.0 ° C. If the temperature drops below this value, hypothermia develops. Continue reading

How is a deficiency of vitamins of group B

If health begins to fail, and the reflection in the mirror does not please at all, then thoughts about vitamin deficiency immediately arise. To replenish the supply of nutrients, the diet is immediately enriched with vegetables and fruits. However, it is not possible to compensate for the deficiency of all nutrients (for example, B vitamins). Deterioration of well-being is progressing. And if measures are not taken in a timely manner, serious pathologies may develop. So, what foods contain vitamin B? And what threatens a prolonged lack of nutrients?

Numerous Vitamin B
A person should receive all useful nutrients, regardless of age. Lack of one of the vitamins can lead to the development of disorders. Vitamins B ensure the flow of metabolic processes in the body. Some of them (B1, B6, B12) are nootropics. In other words, they favorably affect the functioning of the nervous system.

Each of the vitamins included in group B has its purpose. Continue reading

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