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Effects Of P H Level On The Human Body
If drunk excessively: No usual harm if you drink rationally. In excess, you can gain weight, increase urination and electrolyte loss, and lost of all, your functioning can be impaired for driving and other risk taking tasks. It is also noted that alcoholic beverages can be addictive and might be involved in risk taking behaviors and violence. It is also a major public health issue due to under-age drinking. ...Read more
What area of the brain has the greatest effect on visceral functions (e.g. heart rate and hormone production)?
Hormones: Please go online to Yahoo Images or something similar and look for images of the Pituitary Gland. There is usually a small comment with the images. Fell free to contact me again if there are things on the web you don't fully understand. You can of course also discuss these items with your doctor. ...Read more
What is the ph level like outside of the human body? Does HIV usually died within seconds of leaving the body in trace amounts?
PH is irrelevant: It would help to know why you are concerned. HIV is never, ever caught by exposure to the virus in the environment. Asking if the virus survives in the environment -- regardless of pH, temperature, or anything else -- therefore is irrelevant, if your concern is possible exposure and infection. But to answer the question directly, HIV dies rapidly when blood or contaminated fluids dry out. ...Read more
Hemorrhagic fever: Good question. Filoviruses are a group of viruses, some of them can cause hemorrhagic fever in primates and humans, examples are the genus Ebolavirus which has several species causing Ebola, & the Marburgvirus genus (rarer), with only two species of concern. For a good discussion of the subject see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filoviridae with links to both Ebola and Marburg types. ...Read more
Controversial: My conclusion is that such a diet is likely to be less fattening, but more likely to result in more heart disease and hardening of arteries. The healthiest diet is one that limits whites like sugar, flour, rice, and pasta, includes unlimited vegetables, a lot of fruits and beans, some nuts and whole grains, 3 xs a week wild salmon, and uses almond milk; limits dairy, meats, and lots of oils. ...Read more
Lead: Go to wikipedia for good discussionGet a more detailed answer ›
None: Although you might be hypothyroid. Discuss at a visit with your primary care doctor. S/he will review other symptoms in detail. ...Read more
Blood pH: Normal arterial blood ph is 7.40, with a range of about 7.36-7.44. Blood ph depends on carbon dioxide (co2) concentration and bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) (hco3) concentration. Because there is more co2 in venous blood, ph of venous blood is slightly lower, around 7.38. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Compensatory: Many things can cause an increased production of Lactic Acid in our bodies. When our oxygen levels or delivery of oxygen are lower than what we need, our bodies will produce lactic acid. They may increase with strenuous exercise or by serious conditions such as sepsis, heart failure, or shock. Also a medication used to control glucose in diabetics called metformin may increase our lactic acid. ...Read more
Many effects: Marijuana distorts perceptions, impairs coordination, thinking, problem solving, learning, and memory. Can trigger acute psychotic reaction along with onset or relapse of schizophrenia in vulnerable individuals. Increases heart rate a lot; one source showed smokers almost 5 times as likely to have heart attack in 1st hour. Mj irritates lungs & has more carcinogens than regular cigarettes. & more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Weight Loss: Hypermetabolism, or increased metabolic rate, means you are burning more calories than you are taking in. This may be due to exercise, hyperthyroidism, cancer, serious injury, infection, stress, taking amphetamines or hormonal problems. Ultimately, the result is weight loss and if the weight loss is prolonged, it is called cachexia, the extreme emaciation of people who are near death. ...Read more
Root cause of all ev: Cause of all cardiac illness.Get a more detailed answer ›
Severe: Marasmus is one tyoe of serious protein-energy malnutrition. Marasmus is a condition primarily caused by a deficiency in calories and energy. Marasmus results in not only high mortality (even for hospitalized children), without any improvement over the last 2 decades, and also results in morbidity, stunted linear growth, and compromised neurological development. ...Read more
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