Bath Screens

A bulkhead is a dividing structure of two rooms. He is usually associated with the shower enclosures but there are other equally famous structures such as the spreaders of offices at offices of the companies. A bath enclosure consists of a transparent or translucent structure that serves to separate the inside of the shower or bath for the rest of the room. A simple screen installation: the installation of a simple enclosure, a sheet, is something very easy. Another thing to try to install a sliding bulkhead. The first step of the installation is secure to the wall profile that will hold the glass or perspex enclosure.

You should check its verticality with a spirit level. To make the holes in which you enter a few screws that fix the profile to the wall is recommended that you mark your height and start the hole using a punch and a hammer and avoiding make holes on the joints of the tiles, because the possibilities of these cracking are greater and profile shall be worse. Use a drill hammer to make the holes. Screw the profile that will hold the enclosure to the wall by inserting a few expansion plugs that will introduce the screws. So, then place first the fixed part shower, or bath enclosure if it is has it, attach the hinges that will tilt the mobile part and then attach this last so that allow us to enclose the shower to prevent water to drain to the outside.

Hormone Leptin

A new scientific discovery, would create a treatment where through the use of the hormone leptin could eliminate the undesirable kilos of more. Enzymes in the human body there are called hormones, which are responsible for controlling various physiological functions. In the case of leptin, this hormone thought this charge to send a message to the brain, to enable the mechanisms that allow to use fats as a source of energy and not other molecules but in the first instance that obesity is debia to the kind of life of sedentary and little practice sports, some scientists about obesity studies have shown that this results from the combination of several factorsone of the factors that most they have been studied during the last 10 years, has been the genetic factor and mostly to genes that are involved in the regulation of leptin in the body. Leptin which takes its name from the Greek LEPTOS, was discovered in 1994 and is associated with the gene ob (lep) which is located on chromosome 7 in humans, leptin is a protein hormone produced by fat cells which enters the bloodstream and travels to the brain, and informs the brain if you need to burn more fats or book them, leptin plays an important role in regulating appetite and metabolism, and therefore in the control of obesity. In people with obesidadlos found leptin levels are usually very high and more than enough to suppress appetite and increase metabolism, this usually does not happen and it is believed that obesity can be result of a leptin resistance, as it is the case with people who suffer from diabetes type 2 and its resistance to insulin. The problem is of course difficult since the human body is extremely complex, suspected that alongside gene OB (LEP) there are other genes involved in regulating appetite and metabolism, leptin also has no biological function in isolation, and the manner in which triggers all the biochemical pathway in the brain has not yet been understood. With insufficient scientific research conducted so far is not of course assert that leptin is a predominant factor in obesity, however with alarming rates of obesity currently growing and the obsession to lose weight eating a millionaire industry against obesity, drug companies and scientists are working together to achieve a cure for obesity. Obesity has become one of the major problems in most industrialized societies, and continues to rise at an alarming rate in the United States, which currently has the highest rates of obesity in all countries of the world, approximately 60 million adult sonclasificados how obese and 9 million have morbid obesity.

The Style

Attachment and emotions. Factors of emotional responses play a central role in the attachment theory. The differences in the style of attachment are associated with variations in emotional expression and regulation of emotion in children and adults.

N. Collins (1996) proposed that the attachment style would be directly and indirectly related to emotional responses, and that the link between attachment style and features of the conduct would be mediated by emotions and subjective explanations. According to the attachment styles would have differences in appreciation and interpretation of events with emotional components. Thus, for example in painful situations, ansiosos-ambivalentes people have a low pain tolerance and they tend to respond with fear and anxiety whenever there is any break in your environment. While the confident adults and with Avoidant attachment style, they have lower levels of negative attention. In addition, confident adults recognize moderate levels of pain, change adults with Avoidant attachment style deny pain actively.

Insecure people feel more distressed emotionally than any other style of attachment, since they tend to see situations in a more negative way (Collins, N. 1996). The different strategies to regulate and express emotions, evoke automatically according to the style of attachment of the people. (Fiske & Pavelchak, cited in Collins, N. 1996). In one study more specific about emotions, discussed the idea of Bowlby on the critical role that they play the styles of attachment on the experience of anger. Bowlby postulated that anger is a functional reaction of protest to others and insecure attachments to transform this neuronal response (wrath of hope) to a dysfunctional anger (wrath of desperation). (Mikulincer, M. 1998 a). Attachment and personality variables. Several researchers in different studies have tried to prove that the different attachment styles are associated to personal circumstances. Thus, Shaven and Brennan discussed the relationship between attachment styles and 5 large factors of personality, finding that certain individuals were less neurotic, more outgoing and more compliant than the insecure that were more shy, uncertain and anxious (Bourbeau, l. et al 1998). Conclusion the theory of attachment, especially the one proposed by Bowlby, has been very useful, since it has engendered various researches and studies on varied aspects of human behavior, which corresponds to what social psychologists consider as a good theory, i.e., guide and stimulate research, generating various scenarios to verify them. The theory seems quite useful, since it allows knowing, inferred from knowledge of the style of attachment of a person, many of their personal characteristics that are not so evident. However, the classifications cannot be considered as strict or rigid, so while they represent a frame of reference, do not determine a specific behavior, therefore, are not always absolute predictions. This is reflected in many studies that give account of the personality and ways of behaving, often independent of the attachment style and more closely related to a situation or specific scope, as happens in the interpersonal area * references…-Baldwin, M., Keelan, j., Fehr, B., Enns, V. & Koh – Rangarajoo, e. (1996). Social – cognitive conceptualization of attachment working models: Availability and accessibility effects. Journal of personality and social psychology, 71, 1, 94-109. -Bourbeau, l., Diehl, M., Elnick, a. & Labouvie-Vief, g. (1998). Adult attachment styles: Their relations to family context and personality. Journal of personality and social psychology, 74, 6, 1656-1669. -Mikulincer, M. (1995). Attachment style and the mental representation of the self. Journal of personality and social psychology, 69, 6, 1203-1215.