Prevention Of Pulmonary Fibrosis Quit smoking If your occupation involves mining, farming, construction or exposure to radiation, silica dust or other harmful pollutants, take precautionary measures to prevent the entry of those pollutants in the respiratory system. Maintain a balanced diet. Exercise regularly or get involved in physical activities. Change your lifestyle habits to cope well with the condition and minimise its progression. 15 Effective Home Remedies To Treat Or Prevent Hay Fever Symptoms … [Read more...] about COVID-19 And Pulmonary Fibrosis: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors And Treatments
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On the other end, Priya says, "My parents either video bomb my zoom meetings or will ask me to leave the meeting at once and search their spectacles or help in gardening. If I ask them to wait until my meeting gets over, they become quite impatient and start ranting about the demerits of technology. They often complain about why I sit in front of my laptop on a daily basis." … [Read more...] about Exclusive: How Moving In With Parents Have Changed Youths During This Pandemic
A first of its kind study at the University of Bologna addressed this question by targeting the re-consolidation process in the prefrontal cortex to wipe out fears induced by negative memories. The new study, published in the journal Current Biology, describes a method of blocking re-consolidation to erase recurring trauma and alter how the prefrontal cortex functions so that an aversive event no longer induces fear. The research team, led by Sara Borgomaneri, used TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) to create magnetic fields that alter neural activity in particular areas of the brain. … [Read more...] about Have Scientists Found a Way to Erase Your Worst Fears?
When you deliver a clear, paradoxical instruction, you may discover that Anxiety can’t live up to the challenge you’ve posed. Moreover, you’ll learn that in some instances… (spoiler alert)… the threatening symptoms actually begin to fade. When “Bring it on!” is your go-to attitude in the face of noisy worries and anxious symptoms, then you’ll be the craftiest, most cunning challenger Anxiety has ever met. … [Read more...] about Dear Anxiety, Please Drench My Armpits
We are so scared that we are missing out, that we pile on, sign up, volunteer, and do more than we are really capable of handling—nevermind actually doing well. Oftentimes these actions are so out of our expertise or even things we care about. Likewise, FOMO comes at the expense of time, energy, sleep, and real matters-to-you productivity. … [Read more...] about FOMO (Pandemic Version) Is Nonsense