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All About Passive Smoking

Oct 29th 2013 at 2:43 AM

What is more difficult: to adapt to daylight saving time or back to normal? Why?

Changes to the east are worse than westward, that is, when you advance the clock is worse than when you delay.

He reason is that we are likely to get more time awake at night having to wake up early the next day. As if it were for and against the clock. Check The Real Deal

Symptoms that may indicate the difficulty of adaptation?

Insomnia, daytime sleepiness, fatigue, muscle weakness, headaches, moodiness, change in appetite, stomach upset, mental confusion, irritability, constipation and decreased immunity

These symptoms are significant only in the case of more than two zones, i.e. with variation in time of two hours or more.

In the case of an hour, the symptoms tend to settle quickly in two to three days.

What tips can facilitate this adaptation?

People who perceive these symptoms should, if possible, stop what you are doing and take a nap for about 45 minutes. Caffeine, exercise and social interaction help to solve the problem.

Passive smoking: risk of sociability threat at work and at home

Cigarette continues doing many victims; also among nonsmokers

Even having never smoked, about 2600 people die every year, victims of diseases caused by passive smoking.

According to the National Cancer Institute (INCA), who are exposed to cigarette smoke have 30% greater chance of developing lung cancer and 24% more for heart attack and cardiovascular disease.

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