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Eliane de Oliveira Guedes de Aguiar, we are developing a study on Facilitation Neuromuscular Proprioceptiva. One is about a research on ‘ ‘ The Use of concept FNP in the Control of Trunk in Patient with DVE in the Crnica’ Phase; ‘ whose objective is to verify the improvement of the trunk control, emphasizing the evolution of the Daily Activities of Life of the patients acometidos for the DVE. For this, the concept of Facilitao Neuromuscular Proprioceptiva will be used (FNP) to teach to the patient to use the capacity that it possesss facilitating it to reach it its higher functional level. It does not have any risk for who participates of the study, therefore one is not to no invasive procedure, but only about techniques that use agreed muscular contractions with graduated resistance adjusted to reach the necessities of each patient. The data are confidences, having scientific character purely and will be divulged in studies and/or publications in scientific ways, without any form of identification participant it. The results of this study will be supplied to it and will be its disposal for consultation at any time. Its participation is voluntary, being free to deny the same one or to leave to participate of the study without this harms its treatment.


Carbohydrates are the basis of our power, and its main function is to provide energy to the body. In addition, carbohydrates contain protein that is needed to repair and build tissues. This group is composed of cereals, legumes and vegetables floury, and it is advisable consume of 6 to 11 servings a day, depending on the caloric needs of each person. Some examples of products in the Group of carbohydrates are: cereals: include rice, corn, wheat, oats and those derived from them, such as: tortillas, bread, pasta and cereal box. This kind of food does not include those that contain lots of sugar and fat as pastries, the cakes and cookies. Legumes: are those products such as beans, lentils, chickpeas, cubaces, peas and soybeans, among others. Floury vegetables: here include vegetables such as potato, nampi, yams and reinhoud.

Also bananas and pejibayes, among others. Seeds: include peanuts, for example Cashew, pumpkin, macadamia, sesame seeds and walnuts. Perhaps you will find that it is very easy to consume foods from this group, but beware!, there is a large part of our population that eats an excess of carbohydrate-rich foods, the problem is that they are mostly called simple carbohydrates that provide many calories to our body as in the case of sugar, syrup, soda, honey, jelly, jelliesalcoholic beverages and others. Yes! all those things that we like so much and is not ill eat from time to time, contain a high percentage of fat and sugar. If you are trying to lose weight, you should avoid them. To get the fiber you need, choose several servings a day of food compounds of whole grain such as whole wheat bread and whole grain cereal.

Mountain Arnica

Arnica Mountain (Arnica montana L.). Russian name – Mountain Arnica, local – Arnica, Arnica, arnica, bagels, zhivikist, potion Baran Nechuy-wind skusivnik, skusivnik mountain, skusivnik drug, herb ram charnik, Shalata wild yarnik.Mnogoletnee herbaceous plant of the family skladnotsvitnih (Sompositae), with thick short rhizome, from which leaves a lot of roots, slightly glandular-fluffy. Stem erect, 20-60 cm tall, with a few nasty branches. Leaves opposite, lower close together at the base of the stem socket. On the stem one or two pairs of opposite leaves, small. Flowers in a basket of large, orange-yellow. Blooms in June – July. It grows in open areas, ranging from 500 m above sea level to the highest peaks: in the forest glades, meadows, mountain ranges, Montenegro, Hucul Alps, Svidovetskogo Range Gorgany, Beskydy.

Annually for industrial purposes, you can harvest 2-3 tons of dry here inflorescence arnica. In recent years, increased harvesting of arnica in the Carpathian Mountains, some collectors do not comply with rules for storage of medicinal plants, plant parts do not leave for reproduction. This can lead to sharp reduction in natural stocks of arnica, and even to its complete destruction. Natural growths of arnica should be used as seed plants for cultural dilution of arnica with industry objectives. Use in folk medicine. C therapeutic purposes using flower (Flos arnicae), rhizome and root (Rhizoma et Radix arnicae montanae), to a lesser extent the leaves (Folium arnicae. arnica flowers are produced from the alcohol extract (Tinctura arnicae), extract the aqueous solution, etc. Dried flower baskets contain essential oil, Dyes – arnitsin, lutein, fat, resin, wax, gum, carbon, and organic acids (fumaric, malic and lactic), vitamin C (about 21 mg%), fructose, sucrose, dextrose, tannins, proteins.

Animals And Humans Have Behavioral Problems

The horses, as well as humans and pets tend to have a variety of behavioral problems. These behavioral issues can occur suddenly after a traumatic experience, or can be deeply rooted in the psyche of the horse from previous experiences. Anxiety in horses is a common condition that can affect every aspect of running a horse, and affect the appearance of a horse. What causes anxiety in the horse? The anxiety will almost always have a root cause. The cause may be physical (caused by a physical factor – such as a snake or a barn door hitting) or psychological (an abusive past, or stress and separation anxiety).

It can also be hereditary – so it is important to determine the cause of the problem. All horses that exhibit sudden anxiety should undergo a complete checkup at the vet. Other causes of anxiety may include: * A horse in a new environment or stressful environment * Fear of other horses that share stable * Lack of a close relationship * Lack of training or experience traumatic Abuse * Remember that horses are animals to fight or run, so when put in stressful situations have a tendency to become anxious and want to ‘run’. Some horses will be less nervous than others because of how they manage stress. Also, always check the physical things that can cause anxiety – such as a barn door knocking, firecrackers in a neighboring field, etc. . Diagnosis of anxiety horse Because varying degrees of anxiety, it is important to know your horse and watch for physical and behavioral changes.

* Hiding in the corner of the barn’s eyes widen * * * Restlessness or tremor twitching jogging step forward and backwards * Rearing * Sleep disturbances * Loss of appetite-related physical conditions include include: Constipation or stomach upset * * * Riots Colico eczema or skin and Hair Loss Help Many horse’s anxiety medications to help with nervousness, excessive anxiety or stress in horses. Unfortunately these medications are not without side effects, and while they may help relax the horse long-term effects are unknown. In addition, the sedative and painkilling drugs can numb your senses of a horse – can do competitive events as well as training more difficult because it requires concentration and vigilance. Talk to your vet about other alternatives. Many natural remedies while still maintaining the horse alert. The homeopathic ingredients such as Cham, Kali. have traditionally been used for centuries. And promoting the appropriate levels of salts in living cells necessary for the physical and mental health. Asarum phosphorus and can also help strengthen the nervous system in the animal body – promoting healthy mental health and treating nervous disorders. With a great interest in issues health and alternative medicine. I believe that natural remedies and alternative therapies have their place in modern medicine. I am confident that an informed person is potentially a more happy and healthy.