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Half Life Of Alcohol In Human Body
Alcohol: Alcohol is not necessary to the body. When taken in, it is converted to carbohydrate anyway. Not a necessary nutrient, though in moderation can help in some mild ways with cardiovascular risk in some people.
It depends: It depends on the amount consumed. The answer is up to several hours.
I have seen: This question in the feed 4 some time & thought a physician would answer. I guess they have not because people, doctors included, are uncomfortable thinking about situations that require life support. It is used when the person! S body could not survive without the medical intervention when Drs feel there is a chance 4 survival. There R various types of life support, so it is different in each case
All of them: Particularly cortisol. A deficiency of any hormone can be seriously life threatening. If you suspect a hormone deficiency see your doctor.
Can male sperms travel from male to female through cloth in external environment (air)? Plz tell me life of sperms at outside the human body
Yes and No.: The human body is pretty resilient and can right itself even when pushed far from equilibrium. However, it can be brought down by something as simple as the Ebola virus, a bullet, a fall, a small dose of any number of toxins, or exposure to the elements overnight. Body resilient: death inevitable.
What is the acceptable alluminum content in a human body and what are symtims of excessive alliminum?
Unreliable: Aluminum is stored mostly in bone, and doesn't circulate much in blood; aluminum levels are notoriously unreliable. If your doctor has a concern for this, he can order a Deferoxamine infusion test, and interpret to see (it is not as simple as a simple high/low value). Aluminum toxicity classically results in an anemia picture due to its effect on blood cell generation.
How long thiomersal: Thiomersal does not stay in the body long enough to accmulate like other mercry and there is no build up of mercury level. So the thiomersal in the vaccines is in such small amounts and there is not much accumulation for long term to cause any harm to the children who are vaccinated with vaccines containing thiomersal in small amounts as preservatives.
Yes: Regular coca cola has sugar and caffeine - two ingredients that cause different effects on the body. Sugar causes an Insulin surge and over time (if you drink daily in large quantities), leads to the development of Insulin resistance and diabetes. Caffeine is a stimulant which can raise the heart rate, blood pressure, and cause problems sleeping.See 2 more doctor answers
Unknown but a lot: Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells and digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph for anything bad like bacteria/viruses/cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well.
Coca vs Cocaine: For centuries south americans had been chewing coca leaves for energy. Then drug companies developed Cocaine in the 1880's -- much more powerful than coca leaves. Initially it was hailed as a cure-all for all kinds of complaints: fatigue, depression, indigestion, pain. Cocaine's dangers weren't appreciated until later. Http://www. Cnn. Com/2011/health/07/22/social. History. Cocaine/index. Html.
Well...: Studies have been done with people apparently awake 8-10 days but there is evidence of micro-sleeping where there are transient periods of reduced responsiveness and consciousness during that time. The record is apparently 11 days. It is not good for mental and physical health so not recommended to trySee 2 more doctor answers