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Can the “healing architecture” contribute to the healing?

Posted by on Oct 31, 2015 in Wellness | 0 comments

Pale light and bare walls – so one imagines a typical hospital. It can affect on the healing process positively – a nice view and a pleasant design of the hospital premises. That is what various studies show. To be patient in a hospital it’s, for the victims, almost always uncomfortable. One often feels helpless, afraid of the treatment or diagnosis – not to mention the pain and other health problems. In this situation, the environment in which the patient is located, is particularly important. There are many studies that have examined the effect of interior design or the outlook from the sickroom on recovery. Here one could find various positive effects of the interior design in to the recovery process. Already in 1984 an architecture professor had shown that patients who recover faster in hospital rooms with overlook...

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Wound healing after tattoos: Proper care is crucial

Posted by on Oct 29, 2015 in Beauty | 0 comments

Tattoos are not just a trend: the body jewelry that gets under your skin, is a statement. However, the insertion end experience requires proper care to promote wound healing and to protect the color. A fresh tattoo is to be compared with a uniform abrasion, although the tattoo still has the cuticle. Immediately after piercing the tattoo artist rubs the open wound with wound healing cream and covered it with a plastic wrap. In this way no dirt gets into the tattoo. It also prevents the mixture from wound fluid, blood clots and color. Depending on the recommendations vary studio when the film must be removed between 3-24 hours. Three hours should stay at least on the skin, the film, then everyone can freely decide. Do and Don’t in the treatment of tattoos. In order to promote the healing...

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Can stress cause a stroke?

Posted by on Oct 28, 2015 in Health | 0 comments

More and more studies show that permanent stress has the fatal impact of on the human body. A recent study now indicates an association between psychosocial stress and strokes. Especially the elderly are at risk group. How much durable stress harms the body, proves a recent study by American researchers. Thus, psychosocial stress is particularly dangerous for the elderly. Although it was not clearly demonstrated in this study that older people who suffer from stress more frequently suffer from stroke. However, a clear link between the risk of death and stress already showed. As part of the “Chicago Health and Ageing Project” could be shown that amount of people who can die from stroke, annually increase over 65 people and all it because of higher stress. Stress significantly increases the risk of death from stroke. For the study, scientists...

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Tick bite as the cause of Lyme disease

Posted by on Oct 26, 2015 in Beauty | 0 comments

Lyme disease is a serious disease that can be transmitted by insects and spiders. Who is alert and well informed, can reduce the risk but significantly minimize and protect their own families. Lyme disease is an umbrella term for all diseases caused by spiral bacteria (Borrelia) are triggered. Not all are known. The Lyme disease does not exist then, and unfortunately the tick is not the only carriers of the disease. On the list of hosts and the brake is because her trunk is large enough to allow the bacteria to pass, and many other insects and spiders that bite or sting, including wasps and fleas. Lyme disease are multi-organ disease. So you can run totally different and are therefore difficult to diagnose. The most important reasons for misdiagnosis is common: Borrelia migrate to other tissues (detection difficult in...

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Long-term help for dry lips

Posted by on Oct 25, 2015 in Beauty | 0 comments

Especially in the cold season, many people are struggling with dry and chapped lips. The reasons are as varied as the solutions offered by the cosmetics industry. What really helps, is already to be found in most kitchen shelves. The most common cause of dry lips is simply dehydrated. Our body needs from two to three liters of fluid per day, which makes a lack of moisture noticeable on mucous membranes. Equally, for this leads a lack of vitamin B2 and the trace element iron brittle. Furthermore, air heating, air conditioning, wind and cold can dry out the sensitive and largely unprotected lips. Rapid access to one of the many lip care products provides short-term relief, but should not become a habit. Lip care without addictive. In fact, quality lipsticks and lip gloss are often better suited for lip...

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