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Neil Branson
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⁣The cinematic masterpiece that is Oppenheimer leaves an indelible impression on anyone who watches it. Christopher Nolan has truly outdone himself with this film, delivering a poignant message about the horrors of nuclear war. The superb direction and exceptional performances by Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr. and others draw you into the story, making you feel as though you are right there in the midst of it all. Even though there aren't any action scenes, the movie still manages to keep you on the edge of your seat for its entire 3-hour runtime. Oppenheimer is a biopic that everyone knows the ending to, but thanks to the expert direction and awe-inspiring performances, it is an experience that will leave a lasting impression on you.

Neil Branson
1,272 Views · 4 months ago

⁣HOW BLOOD PRESSURE WORKS and High Blood Pressure

If you lined up all the blood vessels in your body,
they'd could well extend to 95,000 kilometers long.

Everyday,your blood vessels carry the equivalent of over 7,500 liters of blood,
Dont worry its the same four or five liters recycled over and over,
delivering oxygen, and precious nutrients like glucose
and amino acids to the body's tissues.


Your Blood uses a force on the muscular walls of the blood vessels.

That force is named blood pressure,
and it rises and falls with the phases of the heartbeat.

It's at its highest when the heart contracts to force blood through the arteries.
This is called your systolic blood pressure.

When the heart is at rest between beats,
blood pressure falls to its lowest value, and named the diastolic pressure.

A typical healthy individual should produce a systolic pressure
between 90 and 120 millimeters of mercury,
and diastolic pressure between 60 and 80.

Taken together, a normal reading is a bit less than 120 over 80.
The blood goes through the landscape of the body
through the pipes of the circulatory system.

As in any plumbing system,
several things can increase the force on the walls of the pipes:
such as the properties of the fluid, extra fluid, or narrower pipes.

So if the blood thickens,
a higher pressure is needed to push it, so the heart will pump harder.

A high-salt diet will lead to a similar result.
The salt promotes water retention,
and the extra fluid increases the blood volume and blood pressure,
and stress, like the fight or flight response,
releases hormones, like epinephrine and norepinephrine
that constrict key vessels,increasing the resistance
to flow and raising the pressure upstream.

Blood vessels can usually handle these fluctuations easily.
Elastic fibers embedded in their walls make them resilient,
but if your blood pressure regularly rises above approx. 140 over 90,
We call this hypertension, and if it stays there,
it can cause serious problems.


That's because the extra strain on the arterial wall
can produce small tears.
When the injured tissue swells up, substances that
respond to the inflammation, like white blood cells,
collect around the tears.

Fat and cholesterol floating in the blood latch on, too,
eventually building up to form a plaque that can stiffen
and thicken the inner arterial walls.


This condition is called atherosclerosis,
and it can have dangerous consequences.
If the plaque ruptures, a blood clot forms on top of the tear,
clogging the already narrowed pipe.

If the clot is big enough,
it can completely block the flow of oxygen and nutrients to cells downstream.

In vessels that feed the heart, that will cause a heart attack,
when oxygen-deprived cardiac muscle cells start to die.

If the clot cuts off blood flow to the brain,
it can be the cause of a stroke.

Dangerously clogged blood vessels can be widened
by a procedure called an angioplasty.
in this procedure Doctors thread a wire through the vessel
to the obstructed site, and then place a deflated balloon
catheter over the wire.
When the balloon is inflated, it forces the passageway open again.


Another procedure is where a rigid tube called a stent
is placed in a vessel to help hold it open, letting the blood flow freely
to replenish the oxygen-starved cells downstream.


Staying flexible under pressure is a tough job for arteries.
The fluid they pump is composed of substances
that can get sticky and clog them, and your typical healthy
heart beats about 70 times a minute, and at least 2.5 billion
times during an average lifetime.

That may sound like an insurmountable amount of pressure,
but don't worry, your arteries are well suited for the challenge.


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Neil Branson
1,259 Views · 4 months ago

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NBC 2 Tips to Reduce Your Stress and Increase Your Immunity to Viruses

Stress is a large contributor to illnesses.

One person out of three reports feeling very stressed in their daily life, which tends to put us at risk of activating harmful viruses that may be in our system.

When we experience stress, we harm our body's ability to fight antigens with antibodies. Daily stress and stressful situations can be detrimental to our immune system. The more stress reduction activities you can bring in your life, the stronger your immune system will become. Here are two tips to help you reduce your stress and increase your immunity to viruses.
Change Your Mindset
You can change your mindset by being more positive and live in the present moment. According to studies across the world, positivism is a trait that increases your health and reduces your chances of being sick from a virus.

Not only is the immune system of optimistic people more robust, but they also show signs of being healthier in general.

#Whatever happens around you, you always have a choice of how you respond to that situation.
You either see it with half-full glass or half-empty glass.

An excellent way to start improving your attitude is to focus on gratitude.

Finding things that you are grateful for will help you see the best in everything.

You can do so by writing in a journal the daily gratitude that you want to express.

Besides, practicing mindfulness will help you to manage your tensions.

Mindfulness is the ability to stay in the present moment and stop worrying about the past or the future.

Less mental stress also means less physical stress and give more power to your immune system.


Tap Into the Power of Aromas
Aromas from essential oils can help you boost your immune system while bringing a sense of calmness into space.


One of the most effective essential oils is Lavender. Lavender is a powerful oil in which antioxidants help the body protect the cells from toxins.

You can use it in a diffuser to help kill allergen and bring a fresh scent to your home and help you relax.

Place a drop of lavender oil on your pillow to improve your sleep.

Another great way to use lavender oil is by adding two to four drops to your bathwater.

Lavender oil will help you release the toxins from your body while finding a deep sense of relaxation.
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Neil Branson
2,060 Views · 4 months ago



#EXPEND4BLES

A new generation of stars join the world’s top action stars for an adrenaline-fueled adventure in Expend4bles. Reuniting as the team of elite mercenaries, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture, and Sylvester Stallone are joined for the first time by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Megan Fox, Tony Jaa, Iko Uwais, Jacob Scipio, Levy Tran, and Andy Garcia. Armed with every weapon they can get their hands on and the skills to use them, The Expendables are the world’s last line of defense and the team that gets called when all other options are off the table. But new team members with new styles and tactics are going to give “new blood” a whole new meaning.

Neil Branson
3,527 Views · 4 months ago

⁣TheEqualizer
⁣Robert McCall finds himself at home in Southern Italy but he discovers his friends are under the control of local crime bosses. As events turn deadly, McCall knows what he has to do 👍

Neil Branson
9,854 Views · 4 months ago

⁣FINAL THANK YOU NBC