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What happens to the brain when you speak in tongues?

What happens to the brain when you speak in tongues?

Get Into Research: There has been some research into what happens to the brain during mystical experiences. The modalities of study can include functional mri, pet, evoked potentials, & quantitative eeg just to name a few. The web-page, clinicaltrials.Gov contains all of the current research protocols. You may find a trial to participate in. ...Read more

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What happens in your body or brain the more you laugh?

What happens in your body or brain the more you laugh?

It is good for both: Laughter is the best medicine , both for your body and soul!. So laugh as much as you possibly can! ...Read more

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What happens in your brain when you fight with a loved one?

What happens in your brain when you fight with a loved one?

More Attitudinal: Fighting with a loved one is no different than when you fight with anyone else. Loss of self control is frequently egocentric and driven by self motivation or need to prove one's point. The detrimental part of this may be the depth or intensity of the aggravated response and the propensity for regret after it's over. Self control is best at all times. ...Read more

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What happens to the body when you have hypertension?

What happens to the body when you have hypertension?

See below: Short term: nothing Long term: damage to the kidney, heart ,and brain. It's the leading cause of stroke and a major cause of congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation, & heart attack. ...Read more

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What exactly happens in the brain when you have a migraine?

What exactly happens in the brain when you have a migraine?

Migraine: No one knows exactly, and there are several theories. Fortunately there is good treatment for you even though the exact cause is not known. ...Read more

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Can you describe what happens to the blood in the right atrium?

Can you describe what happens to the blood in the right atrium?

RA: blood inflow during systole of RV with RA pressure rising till in RV diastole the tricuspid valve opens and blood flows into RV from RA until RV systole closes TV and cycle repeats ...Read more

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Whenever i talk to someone a lot of saliva starts to accumulate at my tongue and at the tip of the tongue. It irritates me a lot while speaking because i can't speak and pronounce the words properly. Kindly tell me what's the best treatment?

Whenever i talk to someone a lot of saliva starts to accumulate at my tongue and at the tip of the tongue. It irritates me a lot while speaking because i can't speak and pronounce the words properly. Kindly tell me what's the best treatment?

No treatment: Producing a lot of saliva is a good thing so i would not recommend to reduce your saliva production. Try to speak slower so that when you feel it accumulating you can easily swallow. If you're having trouble pronouncing words or speaking in general you may want to consult a speech pathologist. They might have better exercises you can follow. ...Read more

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What to do when a pill gets caught in your windpipe?

What to do when a pill gets caught in your windpipe?

Bronchoscopy : It the pill is in the trachea and you haven't coughed it out, then bronchoscopic removal is warranted. ...Read more

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Can you explain to me the cause and what happens to the body during traumatic shock.?

Can you explain to me the cause and what happens to the body during traumatic shock.?

Blood loss: Massive loss of blood causes the organs to fail. Poor blood supply to brain brings on coma. At that point,there is no pain, as far as we can tell. The blood loss also causes the kidneys to shut down, the effectiveness of the heart's pumping ability is decreased and the clotting system fails. The gut becomes leaky and the liver starts to fail. If you survive for a while, there is massive swelling a ...Read more

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What happens in the body when you have melanoma?

What happens in the body when you have melanoma?

Nothing if caught: Melanoma can be cured with excision if it is found and removed early. If it spreads (metastasis) it can travel to lymph nodes or just about anywhere else in the body (lungs, brain, bones, etc). Once it has spread, it is much more difficult to treat and cure. ...Read more

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I wanted to know when can you tell when the nerve in your tooth is repaired?

I wanted to know when can you tell when the nerve in your tooth is repaired?

Never does: The nerve never really repairs itself. There are only a finite number of cells in the 'nerve' and when a certain number have died, the remaining cells die. ...Read more

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What happens to the body when you have asthma?

What happens to the body when you have asthma?

Breathing problems: The main issue is breathing problems. Your airways get narrower, they get inflamed and they also fill with mucus. These changes lead to shortness of breath, cough, etc. ...Read more

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Can you please discuss the ingredient in a cigarette that allows me to get back to sleep when?

Can you please discuss the ingredient in a cigarette that allows me to get back to sleep when?

Sleep: Maybe you are having a nicotine withdrawal which abates by smoking and helps you sleep psychologically and physiologically, also nicotine enhances cholinergic transmission which theoretically may help rem sleep, no studies yet to back up this. ...Read more

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What to think when the pyschologist tells you that you are just running away from the situations and they will be worse later, is the therapist fed up?

What to think when the pyschologist tells you that you are just running away from the situations and they will be worse later, is the therapist fed up?

I have no way of : Knowing. Your therapist definitely had a reason to make the comment. If you question the underlying motive then should ask your therapist at the next session what was meant. ...Read more

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What happens to your brain when you get knocked out?

Concussion: The mechanism of simple ko in boxing, football or other sports is a concussive force affecting the brainstem, which can stifle the reticular activating system temporarily. If no lasting brain injury, or repetitive trauma, should be a full recovery after a few moments. ...Read more

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What happens to your brain when you get drunk?

What happens to your brain when you get drunk?

Toxicity: During periods when a person becomes intoxicated with alcohol, the drug affects the entire body. The body becomes dehydrated by urinating more, the arteries dilate, and the brain function slows down in response to the depressive effects of the alcohol. Excessive alcohol can cause damage to the brain by atrophy of the cerebellar vermis creating poor coordination. ...Read more