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Too intense bouts of fear are called “panic attack.” This term refers to the state when panic is expressed in an external manifestation and in general well-being. It is accompanied by rapid heartbeat and breathing, chills, numbness of the arms and legs. Most often, a person loses control over his condition.
With a severe attack, a person notes two concomitant symptoms:
Derealization is the loss of a clear understanding of reality.
Depersonalization is a condition in which one’s own body is felt as something alien.
Recurrent Panic Attacks
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Heartburn is an unpleasant burning sensation in the chest and heart area that many have experienced after eating. This feeling can be disturbing for several minutes or even hours, causing discomfort and pain. When there are no modern drugs for heartburn at hand, folk remedies that are easy to use at home can help get rid of it. About five effective methods, safe methods of their use and contraindications, we described in the article.
5 ways to get rid of heartburn
Burning in the chest appears due to changes in acidity in the stomach. For this reason, all popular ways to get rid of heartburn are aimed at lowering the level of acid, which causes unpleasant sensations. But not all remedies are equally suitable for every person. Be careful when choosing the method that is right for you to avoid allergic reactions and other side effects. Continue reading
With an increase in population and an increase in the level of migration of the world’s population, the risk of major epidemics also increases. To prevent them, scientists around the world are working on ways to create highly effective vaccines that will simultaneously be more accessible for immunization. One way to achieve this is by adding an adjuvant to the vaccine. This is the name of a substance that enhances the immune response to an introduced antigen, that is, an “enemy” molecule against which the immune system will produce antibodies. Using this component, you can reduce the amount of the main active substance of the vaccine. Bacteriologists Alexander Yersen (the plague stick was named after him) and Emil Roux discovered this effect at the end of the 19th century. Continue reading