2 edition of Researches on the action and sounds of the heart found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by George Paton|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64, 3 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
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CASE About 20 years ago, when I was attempting the differentiation of the various forms of irregular heart action, I singled out one peculiar form which I described in my book on the pulse, published in It was a case of a woman, 35 years of age, eight months pregnant, who suffered at times from breathless- ness, with irregular action Author: James Mackenzie. The heart is a fist-sized muscle that pumps blood through the body 24 hours a day, days a year, without rest. The normal heart is made up of four parts: two atria on the top of the heart (right atrium and left atrium), and two ventricles (right ventricle and left ventricle) which are the muscular chambers on the bottom of the heart that provide the major power to pump blood.
The seat of the soul extended from the heart to the brain, passion being located in the heart and reason and intelligence in the brain (Prioreschi, ). Leonardo da Vinci (–; see Figure 2), with his uncanny genius, placed the soul above the optic chiasm in the region of the anterior-inferior third ventricle (Santoro et al., ). Self-compassion entails being warm and understanding toward ourselves when we suffer, fail, or feel inadequate, rather than ignoring our pain or flagellating ourselves with self-criticism. Self-compassionate people recognize that being imperfect, failing, and experiencing life difficulties is inevitable, so they tend to be gentle with.
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ofhis researches werepublished in twomonographs *G. Bauer, Macquarie Street, Sydney, N.S.W. 'The Action and Sounds of the Heart-a Physio-logical Essay' (Halford, ) and'OntheTimeand Manner of Closure of the Auriculo-Ventricular Valves' (Halford, ) bothofwhichmakeinterest-ing reading to this day: 'In prosecuting myown Author: G.
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Love decreases anxiety and staves off depression, which subsequently reduces the signs and symptoms of heart disease. In his book Love and Survival: Eight Pathways to Intimacy and Health, Dean Ornish, M.D describes one study where married men who suffered from angina (chest pains) experienced far less angina if they felt loved by their wives, even despite high risk factors like high.
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