The negative effect of running on health
Running is a very useful sport, besides it is accessible to almost everyone. But do not forget that they need to deal with the mind, the right approach to the technique of execution. Otherwise, running can be not only useless, but also harmful to a person. The consequences of irregular movements affect many systems of the body, any organ, any part of the body can suffer. Let’s consider the most important and most dangerous consequences.
Some people mistakenly consider running as a simple sport, in which it is enough to move your legs and move your elbows back and forth. In fact, here there are some nuances, and very important ones. Continue reading
Hygiene view: healthy eyes!
Hygiene of view: look at the world with healthy eyes!
The eyes are a unique paired organ of a person. This is a reflection of the soul, beauty, individuality, and, most importantly, it is thanks to the eyes that we receive the greatest amount of information about the accusing world. We are so accustomed to seeing the world around us, that sometimes we forget about the high vulnerability of our eyes. However, we can afford not to think about it, only having developed the right behavioral skills that protect the organ of vision from the harmful effects of internal and external damaging factors.
The structure and functioning of the eye Continue reading
Polycystic ovarian disease is one of the leading causes of female infertility, while in some cases the symptoms of the disease can hardly manifest themselves, in others – cause a woman to be seriously concerned. In the mechanism of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), hormonal imbalance appears at the forefront, manifested by dysfunction of several endocrine organs – the ovaries, pancreas, adrenal cortex, pituitary and endocrine center – the hypothalamus.
PCOS affects young women and usually occurs for the first time in adolescence – immediately after the first menstruation. The urgency of the problem of polycystic ovaries is associated with infertility and the development of other pathological conditions, including obesity and damage to the cardiovascular system. Continue reading