There is a new device that has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of insomnia. At present there are 55 million Americans who experience insomnia. The was the inspiration of Eric Nofzinger, MD a sleep physician. The frontal cortex of a person with insomnia stays active not allowing the person to have a night of sound sleep. By cooling the forehead, the symptoms of a racing mind are greatly diminished allowing for a more restorative sleep. The device is controlled by software which pumps cooling fluid to a pad which lies on the person’s forehead. More then 230 patients were studied over 3800 research nights in randomized locations throughout the US. All saw improvement in their sleep patterns within 30 days. There are 9 million adults that take sleeping pills to help with insomnia. Using this method would greatly reduce the dependance on medication.
The wording and appearance of a menu can have a lot to do with how you select a certain item. Any dish that is written in script is meant to convey a feeling of quality. Omitting dollar signs usually makes a person less conscious about cost. The chef’s recommendation is not always the healthiest. Ask about the ingredients and preparation before opting for this choice. Using descriptive adjectives such as tangy or plump will cause a mouthwatering effect and can possibly distract us from ordering a healthier dish. If possible look over a menu before you go to a particular restaurant and figure out the best option to help maintain a healthy eating plan.
In 2016 a man living in Shaanxi, China who goes by the name of Ran from Ankang City was using what he thought was a nut cracker but was instead a stick grenade. The device was given to him by a so-called friend during the holiday season in 1991. He learned what he had been using when leaflets were passed out concerning the possibility that some of these devices may still be around and that caution was advised. According to the authorities the device was still capable of being detonated. Ran, no doubt, feels he is lucky to be alive.