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Breathing techniques to improve mood and vitality

In our culture, excitement is much more valued than calm, being used a lot as “help” for everyday life. Chemicals are almost always used for it (cocaine, tea, aphrodisiacs, etc.), whose effect on health is the only thing that produces long-term anxiety and stress, not to mention its effect on our mental control capabilities and of will (which reduce them to practically zero).
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Alzaprolam or Trankimazín, indications and side effects

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Don Quixote

Look at this drawing of Don Quijote, there is more than it seems. Solution There are more faces and images that can be seen with a detailed observation.
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What are Neurosciences and differences with Neurology

Neurosciences The term Neuroscience refers to the scientific study of the nervous system. The word is derived from a combination of the words "neuro", which means "nerve" and "science." Content 1 What does Neuroscience study? 2 Field of work of neuroscientists 3 Differences between Neuroscience and Neurology 4 The importance of Neurosciences What does Neuroscience study?
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What do paraphilias consist of?

Paraphilia is considered to be unusual patterns of sexual behavior in which the source of pleasure is found in some object, situation or person. We could define them as sexual behaviors in which desire, excitement or pleasure depends on unusual elements. It is a term that comes from the Greek and is formed by the union of "para" (next to) and "philia" (love).
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