hysteria

Hysteria is a mental disorder that is characterized by emotional excitability. It is a behavior that is associated with exhibiting uncontrollable or excessive emotion. The emotion can be fear or panic and is known to be caused due to events that may have occurred in one’s past. There are two different types of disorders that are now the terms used to describe hysteria and they are somatoform disorders and dissociative disorders.

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hives-home-remedy

Hives, also known as urticaria, nettle rash or welts is a skin rash that is characterized by pale red itchy bumps that are raised. It is generally caused due to allergic reasons and may cause a burning sensation or a stinging sensation. These rashes can be limited to a certain part of the body or can spread across many areas of the body.

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mumps

Mumps is viral disease that is caused due to the mumps virus. It can infect many parts of the body and is usually spread through the saliva. Mumps targets the parotid salivary gland in the body that is found at the back of the cheeks and its function is to produce saliva. The parotid gland is located between the jaw and the ear and during an attack of the mumps;

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boost-metabolism

As you are likely aware, if you want to lose weight, there’s just one equation that you need to follow and that’s burn more calories than you consume. While the primary factors at play are obviously how much you eat and how much you exercise, there is one more factor to consider; your metabolism.

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memory-loss

Memory is an important factor in human being that helps us to store information and recall it whenever needed. At the same time, lapse in memory power can occur for any person due to several reasons. It is quite common to have weak memory at some point in our life. But weak memory should not become serious and cause personality problem and changes in behavior. Sometimes weak memory is caused due to brain disease and it may affect the normal functions of the affected person.

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