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90. Short Temperament Often tension, stress, differences of opinion, psycho-logical problems, etc. are said to be the causes for the short temperament of a person. It is also said that when a person meditates as per Indian system of Yoga, the person ‘cools down’. If the heart beat or pulse rate is measured, a person

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89. Shingles According to Taber’s dictionary, it is called Herpes zoster. “It is an acute infectious disease, caused by the varicella-zoster virus. It is characterised by inflammation of the posterior root ganglia of only a few segments or the spinal or cranial nerves. A painful vesicular eruption occurs along the course of the nerve, and

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88. Semen Reduction The seminal fluid in men tends to be ‘watery’ and plentiful when a man is in his teens, twenties and thirties. The quantity gradually decreases along with age. The quantity tends to have direct relevance to the pleasure one gets during ejaculation / orgasm.Of course, depending upon the extent to which a

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87. Scalp Itch and Dandruff Scalp itches can occur because of two major reasons: particle pollutants emitted from industries and vehicles can settle on the scalp. When these get dissolved in sweat and reach the scalp’s dermal layer, they can cause irritations, and these are felt as itches. Scratching the itchy spot would certainly help

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86. Salt-caused Diseases It appears that excessive salt consumption can thicken the semen, similar to the thickening of the blood. Salt can induce insomnia: Salt thickens the blood, and reduces the total volume of the blood, resulting in low B/P initially. The Law of Compensation corrects the lower B/P to normal, in the course of

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