Taurus: 20 April - 20 May Your luck will remain strong and you will get success in your efforts. Talking about your work, unemployed people may get work today. If you work properly then there is also a possibility of increase in income. Money will be in good condition. However, in order to get more profit, avoid getting caught in clever schemes. There will be happiness in your personal life. The atmosphere of the house will be calm. If there is bitterness in the relationship with your spouse, then the day is good to dispel their resentment. If you are unmarried, then any marriage proposal may come for you today and soon you can get married. Talking about health, today you will feel mental happiness and physically you will be very healthy. … [Read more...] about Daily Horoscope: 30 May 2020
Change your brain change your life
3. Dry Skin Dry skin can be a symptom of a number of conditions such as certain skin issues like psoriasis, dehydration, changing weather conditions, etc. However, if you feel you are noticing that your skin is becoming dry and cracked often, without any reason, then it could be a silent symptom of a slow metabolism, as the pH level of the skin is also affected with a slow metabolic rate. … [Read more...] about Do You Have These 9 Silent Signs Of A Slow Metabolism?
Misconstrued Interpersonal Interactions — Misinterpreting the emotional context of an interaction with another can result in a lot of misunderstandings between others. Emotional Reactivity — Our own emotional state is affected by our perception of the emotional state of those around us. If a person's ability to perceive facial affect is impaired, it may, in turn, affect how his own emotional state. For example, if a person erroneously perceives the person he is talking to be angry, it may elicit hostile or defensive feelings in yourself. Projection — Difficulty with facial affect perception may reflect an underlying emotional state. If anxious, they may project this emotion onto his perception of the emotional state of others. By expanding the baseline concussion test to include emotional measures, we can now compare with post-injury concussion test scores to find evidence of concussion injury risk, and any emotional weaknesses to watch for during … [Read more...] about Balancing Precarious Emotions in Sport Concussion Protocols
One member of the lab who is directly involved in the professional combat sports community has seen firsthand that combat sports athletes and coaches think loss of consciousness is a prerequisite for concussion. This is a myth: Loss of consciousness may or may not occur in a concussive incident. He recalled attending a fight event at which an athlete approached him. This fighter had been fiercely knocked unconscious and stated that he could now take part in our study since he had finally suffered his first concussion. But he had already many other concussions if one were using the appropriate definitions. … [Read more...] about The Vicious Cycle of Concussion Ignorance in Combat Sports
Don’t move an unconscious person. Call 9-1-1 if the person does not wake up in 30 seconds. An unconscious athlete should always be assumed to have a cervical spinal injury. Moving them before proper stabilization of the cervical spine can risk quadriplegia or even death. This includes removing the helmet. When awake, ask the person if they feel injured, and can get to their feet. Don’t decide too early. Although evaluations should begin immediately, it’s important to note that many concussion symptoms are not experienced for 24 hours. In the meantime, any trouble with responding to questions, standing, walking qualify as effects of possible concussion. Every team should have a “sideline assessment” using a smartphone that can help provide medical personnel other necessary information. “When in doubt, sit them out.” Error on the side of caution because there’s really no need to return to play. Rest. The best thing to do to heal from … [Read more...] about The Best Advice For Handling Concussions