Here is how inattentional blindness relates to emotional fatigue and how choosing what we pay attention to could alleviate it. I noticed that whenever I leave the house these days to reluctantly run an errand, what I pay attention to is how sparse and bleak the streets look, how dangerously less-than-6-feet-apart some people are standing to each other, how creepy it feels seeing all these faces hiding behind protective masks, and how reminiscent of photos from the Great Depression the long lines outside the local pharmacy are. My heart starts racing. My face feels flushed. And I notice myself walking faster and faster in a mild panic to seek shelter. The landscape feels apocalyptic. … [Read more...] about Reducing the Risk of Emotional Fatigue During the Pandemic
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Medical history: First, the medical expert will ask for the medical history of the patient. It includes questions about preexisting conditions, autoimmune diseases, hereditary disease and many more. X-ray: Here, X-ray of the chest is carried out to find out fluid buildup. CT scan and ultrasound: To find inflammatory tissues of the lungs. Blood test: To find out the cause of the infection (bacterial, viral, fungal or parasitic). Biopsy: The process to determine the exact cause of pleurisy. Hay Fever (Allergic Rhinitis): Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Treatments and Prevention … [Read more...] about Pleurisy (Inflammation Of The Lung Lining): Symptoms, Causes, Treatments and Prevention
Although GBS disease is rarely seen in pregnant women, with proper treatment and preventive methods, one can overcome the disease. Currently, there's no vaccine to protect pregnant women and newborns from GBS bacteria, but researchers are working to develop a vaccine. … [Read more...] about Group B Streptococcus (GBS) Disease: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention
In light of the universal stress created by COVID, Carragher concludes: "So it's important to point out that this study [Marchant et al., 2020] isn't saying a short-term period of negative thinking will cause Alzheimer's disease. Mental health could be a vital cog in the prevention and treatment of dementia; more research will tell us to what extent." … [Read more...] about Can Repetitive Negative Thinking Speed Up Cognitive Decline?
Genetic disorders (birth defects): Such as Usher's syndrome, CHARGE syndrome, Goldenhar syndrome and Down syndrome. Prenatal viral/bacterial infections: Such as congenital rubella, meningitis and cytomegalovirus during pregnancy. Birth complications: Such as birth trauma and preterm birth. It also includes children who are born with other physical impairments, communication disorder or learning disabilities. Accidents: It comes under acquired deafblindness and includes head injury or damage to the auditory and visual system due to accident or trauma. Age-related: Occurs in old people with age above 50. 11 Effective Ways to Lower Your Resting Heart Rate (RHR) … [Read more...] about What Is Deafblindness? History, Types And Its Causes