Bad breath, or halitosis, is a very common occurrence. It is enough to say that in developed countries 30–65% of the population suffers from it. Halitosis itself is not a disease, it is a symptom that often signals that not everything is safe in the body – there are diseases or pathologies of the internal organs. But this problem is not purely medical – bad breath causes a lot of inconvenience and can lead to stress and even depression. Knowing about his lack, a person tries to open his mouth as little as possible, talk, approach people. He becomes withdrawn and unsociable. Well, how much personal life, intimate relationships suffer, and no need to say.
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What it is
Not everyone knows that gonorrhea and gonorrhea are one and the same disease related to sexually transmitted diseases. Gonorrhea is a term used in official medicine, but in the people this sexual infection is often called a gonorrhea.
The disease has been known since ancient times. In the medical treatises of the great Roman physician Galen, it is said about the “passive expiration of sperm”, since one of the symptoms of gonorrhea / tripper is discharge from the penis. By the way, the term “gonorrhea” itself comes from the words gono “seed” and rhea “flow”. Tripper is the German name for the disease, formed from the word trophen – Continue reading
Swimming is an affordable and popular form of mass sport. You can swim at any age, there are minimum contraindications for swimming in the pool, and the health benefits are huge. However, many are afraid to visit the public pool for fear of catching some kind of infection. How justified are such fears? Is it possible to get something in the public pool? And if so, how to protect yourself from infections as much as possible?
Where is the danger lurking?
Not at all in the water, as many people think. Water in a public pool is constantly disinfected, and the chances of catching an infection through water are low. Continue reading