Under a hotbed of nuclear destruction is understood area of human settlements, industrial, agricultural and other objects which has undergone the direct effects of nuclear weapons of the enemy. Behavior and effect of the population in the outbreak of nuclear destruction are largely dependent on where it was at the time of a nuclear explosion: in shelters (shelters) or outside them. Asylum (shelter), as shown earlier, are effective protection from all destructive factors of nuclear weapons and the consequences resulting from use of these weapons. It should be just carefully follow the rules of stay in them, to comply strictly with the requirements of commanders (senior) and other up to 3 days, in the infected area with a level of radiation 240 R / h and above this time is 3 days or more. After this period of shelters (shelters) can go into the living room. During the next 1 – 4 days (depending on the level radiation in the areas of infection) of these facilities can go outside from time to time, but no more than 3 – 4 hours a day. In dry and windy weather, when possible dust formation, when leaving the premises should be used personal respiratory protection. At the indicated dates of stay in refuges (shelters), the need becomes clear, as stated earlier, to have stocks of food (not less than 4 days), drinking water (at the rate of 3 liters per person per night), as well as household items and medical supplies..
SMELLS rule the world (Notes dentist – sick gums, bad breath) Why do not got a career, and you can not find an approach to people. Why do you have few friends, in spite of your skills. Why close relatives and are experiencing discomfort and nervousness in communicating with you. Why are you being visually appealing, and spending much time and money to maintain a presentable appearance, you can not force a relationship with a girl. After all, it is limited only polite to anything not in possession of dating. Your success with women is realized only after parties, corporate events 2-3 times a semester. Why is your neighbor on his bed in the dorm room he prepared him for individual dishes meal, and you with mockery and sarcasm about that in my soul accusing him of excessive cleanliness. Above all you bother constant salty taste in your mouth and always hanging out chewing gum in the same place, the constant contemplation blood in saliva when brushing teeth and spitting.
Eventually, realizing this, your speech becomes compressed, you crumple words, turn away, and removed from distantsiruetes interlocutor in conversation. Can be a long time comprehend and summarize the reasons for your life failures and small invincible and think, maybe I'm unsympathetic, but worse, a loser. And the reason may lie only on the surface and it is commonplace. After all, our behavior and emotions rule smells. Even the ancient Incas paid this much attention, trying to create an elixir for the nose of the natural components.
Obviously this ability places the head in a position vulnerable to injury. The death of Algeria Hocine Gacemi scorer, of complications from a fractured skull after colliding head first against an opponent and then on the floor drew attention to this issue in the media and even came to discuss the use of helmets in soccer. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission met in May 2000 to discuss the issue. Alabama Senator has firm opinions on the matter. In November 2002, an English court ruled that the death of Jeff Astle, former England player, who died in January 2002 at age fifty-nine years for a brain disease, was due to the many headers given the ball during his twenty years football career, qualifying this as an occupational disease. This statement provoked, especially in the United States, repeated calls for the players wear a helmet.
Dr Keith Robson, consultant pathologist at Queen’s Medical Centre in London, said Astle’s brain, particularly the frontal lobe showed softening and atrophy. (1) In 1998, former Celtic player (Scottish First Division) Billy McPhail lost a process in which claimed damages caused by neurological problems, he said, by repeated contacts with the old leather balls. Actually, the soccer player has a good chance of suffering a trauma-Semitism of the head. From head the ball, falls to the ground, shock with the opponent, the goal posts and other objects that come from outside the pitch thrown by “sympathizers.” Examine available data on brain injuries in football its mechanisms and consequences. Much remains to be learned and must be read carefully the information about cognitive deficits in soccer players.
While mankind has held in recent decades with synthetic preparations of water, the 68'er movement led to discover-tested natural remedies again. In the course of a drug known for thousands of years has been discovered, whose versatility is hard to beat: The Tea Tree Oil Tea tree oil is extracted from the Myrtengewachs tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia). This tree stands out among other things, the fact that it is up to 100 years old and has white bark. In a distillation process is obtained from the Teebaumzweigen the precious tea tree oil. History of the tea tree: the presence of the tea tree was formerly on the river landscapes in Australia (New South Wales) limited. For the Aborigines, he already enjoyed in terms of its healing great reputation. With the settlement of the Englishmen on the Australian continent of tea tree but could also find first recognition.
As the aromatic plant was at the beginning of settlement used primarily for making tea, He still leads the name of Tea tree, that is tea tree. In 1930, the Medical Journal of Australia published a first study on the possible uses of tea tree oil. The following studies were concerned mainly with the use in Mykoseerkrankungen, such as foot or nail fungus. The respiratory tract and inflammation could thus be treated effectively. So it was no wonder that tea tree oil was used in the Australian Army units. Today's application: Today Tea Tree Oil is used in many medical and therapeutic areas. Especially in aromatherapy plays this essential oil a large role. Everyday applications arise in: * Massage (for example, rheumatic complaints, muscle pain, etc.) * disinfection * Athlete's foot (eg by foot bath 1x daily with the addition of 5 drops of tea tree oil) * Insect repellent and treatment of insect bites * warts (by daily Eintupfen with tea tree oil) * grooming the pet, and eliminate parasites such as fleas and Lice * minor burns This is only a besipielhafte counting, tea tree oil has in addition to other substances or in its pure form on a variety of applications. Tea tree oil is again an example is that the use of natural products in many everyday situations might be advisable.
Burdock – Arctium lappa L. Aster family – Asteraceae Biennial herbaceous plant 60-180 cm root of its fleshy, long. Stem erect, softly – hairy, ribbed. The leaves are large, long, alternate, cordate-ovate, lower surface tomentose. Flowers red-purple or white, gathered in the inflorescence – baskets placed on the tops of peduncles in the form of plates. Flowers in July and August.
Distributed almost throughout the former Soviet Union. It grows like a weed in garbage places, along roads, river banks, in gardens, orchards, near housing, especially in damp places. Use of roots collected in the fall (one-year), or two-year, collected spring. Chemical composition: the polysaccharide inulin, essential, fatty oil, tannins, stigmasterol, sitosterol, bitter, stearic acid, palmitic acid, protein. Action: diuretic, diaphoretic, anti-allergic, regulates metabolism, particularly carbohydrate, and the function of the digestive system.
Only used in folk medicine for skin diseases (eczema, neurodermatitis, prurigo, skin itching, hives, psoriasis, abrasions, hair loss). According to N. T. Kovaleva (1971), plant alkaloids, the second fraction, obtained by electrodialysis has a pronounced ability to delay tumor growth. One might think that the positive Burdock effect in psoriasis is due to its ability to inhibit mitosis, which then reinforced dermatosis. How to use: decoction or infusion (1 teaspoon of crushed root in 0.5 liter of water) – 0.5 cup 4 times a day to meal. Burdock root is a part of medical fees for treatment of many dermatoses. In their effectiveness, mechanism of action of burdock root can successfully replace the imported root sarsaparilly that Churolinov P. (1979), Pophristov P. (1963) recommend for psoriasis, lupus jingoistic, eczema, neurodermatitis, urticaria, acne vulgaris. Externally a decoction of burdock root is used for baths, washes, wet-drying Turbans in itching dermatoses (Eczema, neurodermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, prurigo, skin ulcers). Decoction and tincture is rubbed into the hair roots with hair loss. Ointment with burdock root has a good therapeutic effect in eczema, hair loss, burns (AP Popov, 1968). – Traditional recipes treatment