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  • Joined Jan 10, 2022

  • Living in Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • Last active May 19, 2022

Wiseman

May 18, 2022

Your tonsils are full of corners and crevices where bacteria can stay. As a result, bacteria and debris combine to form a buildup of white pus in the pocket, forming tonsil stones as the trapped debris solidifies. The most common causes of tonsil stones are: Bacterial infection Virus infection Streptococcal bacterium Adenovirus Influenza virus Herpes virus Parainfluenza virus Enterovirus Symptoms of Tonsillitis The main symptoms of tonsillitis are inflammation and swelling of the tonsils, but if you suspect that you have tonsils, you should be aware of other symptoms such as: Persistent bad breath Frequent sore throat Dysphagia Ear pain and ear pain Persistent cough Swelling of the tonsils White or yellow deposits of the tonsils Prevention of tonsil stones Tonsillitis is most common in people with chronic tonsillitis. The most effective way to prevent both tonsils and tonsillitis is to surgically remove the tonsils. Tonsillectomy completely removes the tissue of the tonsils and commercially eliminates the possibility of further health problems in the tonsils. Tonsillectomy usually causes dysphagia and sore throat days to weeks after surgery. Once the patient has healed, the pain and discomfort caused by the tonsil infection disappears.

Wiseman

May 18, 2022

The history of photography is the history of art and science. The timeline for many photographs begins with the first photograph that Nicéphore Niepce knew in 1827. But in reality it goes a long way back. It dates back to the era and technology of lenses, cameras, and even film. The camera obscura was a tool used by some artists to easily draw and draw realistic landscape and architectural depictions. In its simplest form, pinholes project the scene into a dark room or box that the artist can essentially trace. Since the word photography is literally defined as drawing with light, we can look back at the concept of the camera obscura, which can be thought of as the beginning of the photography timeline. The first historical reference to this idea is from China around 500 BC. In the early 16th century, the amazing artist, scientist and inventor Leonardo da Vinci sketched the figure and wrote a description of the camera obscura. These papers included not only pinholes, but also simple glass lenses.

Wiseman

May 17, 2022

Wealthy mothers have long chosen to return to work or stay home after giving birth. But today, it seems that mothers from all disciplines are considering the "at home" option. At least some experts suggest that by citing a recent census showing that the number of jobs for all women is declining after decades of sustained growth. Employment declines are felt to be about the same for all income groups. The employment rate of married mothers with children under the age of 6 has fallen by 7 to 10 percent, depending on the income group, since the peak years of 1997-2000, Cohen says. Overall, according to the United States, the labor force population of all women has declined. The Bureau of Labor Statistics increased by 1.5% between 2000 and 2004.

Wiseman

May 16, 2022

Each person is different. Therefore, the effects of alcohol vary from person to person. Some people can limit their alcohol consumption, while others have difficulty managing their alcohol consumption. To fully understand the consequences of drinking, you first need to know what the drink is. Drinks are recognized as follows: 12 ounces of beer-5% alcohol 89 ounces of malt liqueur-about 7% alcohol 5 fl oz wine-about 12% alcohol 1 fl ounce and 1/2 fl ounce 80% distilled liquor (vodka, rum, gin, tequila, whiskey, etc.)-40% alcohol estimated to be The effects of alcohol are due to many risk factors, including: It can be reduced. B. Consumption, individual medical history, resistance to alcohol and other drugs mixed with alcohol (legal or illegal). If you or your loved one is suffering from the effects of alcohol, it's time to get help. Contact your care provider to discuss available alcohol rehabilitation facilities.

Wiseman

May 16, 2022

Brain: Alcohol can disrupt the communication channels of the brain and affect the appearance and function of the brain. These disorders can change mood and behavior, making it difficult to think clearly and act together. Heart: Drinking for a long time or drinking too much at once can damage the heart and cause the following problems: Causes liver and various liver problems and inflammation: can be the cause. Toxic substances that can eventually cause pancreatitis, dangerous inflammation, swelling of blood vessels in the pancreas and interfere with proper digestion. Immune system: If you drink too much, your immune system will be weakened and your body will be more likely to be the target of illness. Chronic drinkers are more susceptible to illnesses such as pneumonia and tuberculosis than those who drink less. Drinking large amounts reduces your body's ability to prevent infections-up to 24 hours after drinking.

Wiseman

May 16, 2022

The Van Fortress or Van Citadel, built by the ancient Kingdom of Urartu in Turkey today, is considered to be the most impressive and largest fortress of its kind. The Kingdom of Urartu was known for building several fortresses on its territory. The oldest part of the fort, the Sardul Tower, was built in the 8th century BC. It was built. The Van Fortress is not only an excellent example of Urartu architecture, but also contains some records of the history of the kingdom. After the collapse of the Uraltu Kingdom, the Van Fortress was a Medes, Achaemenid, Armenian, Parthian, Roman, Sassanian, Persian, Byzantine, Arab, Serjuk, Saffavid, Afshar, Ottoman, Occupied by successive groups such as the Russians. One of the more interesting artifacts found at Van Fortress is the trilingual inscription of the 5th century BC by King Xerxes.

Wiseman

January 24, 2022

How to stop worrying and start living. Fightclub , (Palahniuk) Nothing to do with the question :-) It's just a very good book to read in English, and a way of reminding that it shouldn't be all about personal development either. Changing your life to get better, yeah, but looking for a ready-made model to conform to, no. That's kind of my conclusion: six years ago, it was scary. Since then, I've published a book, found a job, set up a structure, met friends, fulfilled dreams, written other stuff. I'm still in a precarious contract, I don't have a lot of savings, no lovers, but overall, it's a great life. Finally, the notebook, as Fabien Perrin suggests, is a good idea. But I don't use it the same way he does. At first, I kept a diary, but it was very negative. To decompress, I told everything I couldn't stand: I stirred up negatives. Then I changed my way. I try, every day, to start with a quote or a sentence from a book I'm reading. It was a long post, but the question is paramount, do not stay with an unsatisfying life when changing it is at hand. A little bit every day. Not for a dream life sold by some coach whose cam is above all a dream, but to feel better, to go in the right direction. If you want to leave me a comment to tell me if certain points speak to you, it will allow me to better answer similar questions later!

Wiseman

January 24, 2022

To change your life you have to find the resources to know what needs to be changed! And for that you have to have a clear mind... 10 minute meditation are possibly a good answer (at least that's the one I chose to apply) Meditation is a simple and effective tool which allows us to detach ourselves from the real world and the negativities it creates on us. Mindfulness meditation allows you to pay kind attention to yourself and your needs. By training ourselves to better identify mental chatter, thought patterns, and not become attached to them, it not only allows you to let go of this mental hubbub but also to identify anxiety. A good habit to adopt :-)

Wiseman

January 24, 2022

Change it for good, I suppose? In France, we look down on personal development books, while Americans consume a lot of them. There's a reason for that. They are poorly written, repetitive, and often a little preachy. But that doesn't mean they don't work. Six years ago, I was at my wit's end. I was coming out of a burnout, I was separated from my wife, without the custody of my son, my lover at the time had dumped me and I was unemployed in a backwater of a rather ugly countryside . I started reading personal development books (devpers). I read them in English, so sorry, the references will be in English, but I'm sure plenty of them are available in French. The first seemed to me artificial, superficial, and heavy to read. But I found some interesting stuff there. So I read another, then another. In each, some interesting stuff, some totally bogus, some very dangerous. I must have read a dozen today, probably a little more. I tried many of the things that were contained in it and here are some “invariants” of the things that are often found and that I applied. First, take care of all aspects of your person: physical, mental, affective/social. Physical: I started running. I had a herniated disc, so I had to find special shoes (Hoka one one). I started with 2 minutes. Yes: 2 minutes of running, then 10 minutes of walking. Then 5, then 7. I now run two to three times a week, not a lot, 3 to 5, but that's enough to feel good. Spiritual: I began to meditate. Not with Orientalist gibberish, just sitting in a chair, 2 minutes of stillness minimum every morning. Yes, 2 minutes. I then downloaded a free buddhist meditation trainer app . The trick offered me a slightly longer duration and a sentence each day to have support and prevent the mind from wandering. From two minutes it went to 3, etc. Today, I'm at 15 minutes a day, I don't really have time to do more, and I can already see the effects at this rate. Mental: I began to thank. So that, without Quora Rican, I would never have thought of doing it. Every day, give thanks for the good that happens to me. It could be the person who lent me a stapler, someone else who held the door for me, my mother who thought of my party, my son who cleared the table without my asking. And not just mentally. Every day, I note in a notebook all the thanks, the gratitude. Not out of greatness of soul to pay homage to these people, but because it makes me realize how lucky I am, the good that is being done to me, and that suddenly, I take advantage of it twice. When it is done to me, and when I notice it!

Wiseman

January 24, 2022

Have you ever watched a cooking show? I am always fascinated by the candidates. One morning they woke up and realized that cooking was the most important thing in their lives. Their passion. What to give everything for. Maybe my fascination is because… I never had that feeling. This feeling of having found his way. A vocation. Never. I have often felt lost in my life. I was good at doing things, and many of them interested me, but nothing was an obvious choice. Should loving to write make me an author? Was liking to launch projects to make me an entrepreneur? Should having an interest in politics lead me to a career in politics? Was looking for meaning in what I am going to lead me to work in the health sector? Should loving to create make me an artist? And so on… Too many questions. No evidence. When I thought I had found an answer? The doubt came back again. It felt like an endless spiral. When by some miracle a door out presented itself, I was going to open it. Only to realize later that she had led me to get lost on another path. In fact, it's as if the feeling of being lost is so unbearable I force myself to create a coherent narrative. "Streamline", as they say. "Oh, I finally found the missing piece of the puzzle!" "I finally found what I was made for!" And inside, I truly believed that I had finally found salvation. Even though I felt signs that told me otherwise: dissatisfaction, a feeling that something was wrong. The problem was that I jumped so quickly on the paths that presented themselves to me that I did not allow myself time to understand why I was lost. For fear of emptiness, I forced myself to be busy, to put myself on a path at all costs, because it was more pleasant than accepting that I was lost. But in the end, I was not moving forward. I sometimes had intuitions that I lied to myself, not conscious enough to realize it, but present enough to make me feel uncomfortable.I still have doubts, still uncertainties. However, I have learned to accept and welcome this feeling of being lost. What does he want to tell me? What makes me dissatisfied in my current situation? What am I missing? And even if everything isn't clear (I don't know exactly what I want), I know what I don't want anymore (working from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., collaborating with people who don't have a penchant for action , pretending to be an expert when I am a generalist,). Having identified what I don't want is even more important for me than knowing exactly what I want, because it allows me to refuse to embark on paths that don't correspond to me just to satisfy a need for benchmarks. I'd rather be lost than turn back.

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  • Joined Jan 10, 2022

  • Living in Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • Last active May 19, 2022