Date of publication: 2017-09-06 06:37
Dust is a huge fire hazard. I've seen a 7 month old computer that caught fire from just a small amount of dust. Thankfully, it only burned the dust off and nothing was damaged, but waiting for your PC to catch the dust on fire is not proper maintenance. I've also seen so many computers (actually every one I've ever seen besides mine) have enough hair/fiber/dust that I thought they should catch fire. If it has a heatsink, it should be cleaned, even on the motherboard, its VRM's caught fire on the before mentioned desktop. It was a very expensive board too, so just clean computers once in a while.
The only other hardware that's ever died on me has been PSU's - power supplies that fit in the computer case. In both instances, I suddenly heard a loud *POP* about the equivalent of a firecracker, saw a little puff of smoke stream up from behind my case and the smell of burnt electrical things.
Seaweeds store for long periods of time, so you can buy today and have nutritionally dense seaweed far into the future as long as you keep them dry and out of the sun!
Given that a single sleepless night can cause people to be irritable and moody the following day, it is conceivable that chronic insufficient sleep may lead to long-term mood disorders. Chronic sleep issues have been correlated with depression, anxiety, and mental distress. In one study, subjects who slept four and a half hours per night reported feeling more stressed, sad, angry, and mentally exhausted. In another study, subjects who slept four hours per night showed declining levels of optimism and sociability as a function of days of inadequate sleep. All of these self-reported symptoms improved dramatically when subjects returned to a normal sleep schedule.
In many cultures, napping continues to be a normal part of daily life for both and old. This practice, which in Spanish-speaking countries is called a siesta, tends to be more common in the tropics than in more temperate latitudes. Naps in these cultures typically take place in mid-afternoon and coincide with the hottest time of day, as well as a lull in the brain's alerting signal that works to counteract the drive to sleep.
As a consequence of these regular daytime naps, nighttime sleep is often shifted to a later hour than it is for societies or individuals that don't nap during the day.
Sleep makes you feel better, but its importance goes way beyond just boosting your mood or banishing under-eye circles.
Adequate sleep is a key part of a healthy lifestyle, and can benefit your heart, weight, mind, and more.
"Sleep used to be kind of ignored, like parking our car in a garage and picking it up in the morning," says David Rapoport, MD, director of the NYU Sleep Disorders Program.
Not anymore. Here are some health benefits researchers have discovered about a good night’s sleep.
Inflammation is linked to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, and premature aging. Research indicates that people who get less sleepsix or fewer hours a nighthave higher blood levels of inflammatory proteins than those who get more.
A 7565 study found that C-reactive protein , which is associated with heart attack risk, was higher in people who got six or fewer hours of sleep a night.
People who have sleep apnea or insomnia can have an improvement in blood pressure and inflammation with treatment of the sleep disorders, Dr. Rapoport says.
“Sleep needs vary from individual to individual, and changes can occur at any stage in the lifespan,” says Michael Vitiello, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of Washington in Seattle. The amount of sleep you need is the number of hours necessary to wake up without an alarm, refreshed and alert.
Hey Leslie. Great question. Have you seen our videos on BPA ? There are many! I think Dr. Greger mentions a few brands without BPA if you are looking to avoid it. Please send Super Smooth Hummus to my House -) Thank you for your questions let me know if those videos have the answer?
Yes. I would imagine it 8767 s your gut flora 8775 evolving 8776 from the probiotics in the legume fiber. What I would do, If I rarely ate beans wanted to start, would be to take a probiotic daily for awhile when introducing beans. As the gut adjusts and builds new flora, taper off the supplemental probiotic to individual maintenance level.
As for the software aspect of don't have those worries with my Linux, but I can see it being a contributing factor to the hard drive and cpu heating up a little more with those 'other' OS's.
All computers have a limited lifespan, and they&rsquo ll remind you of this fact on a regular basis: they start getting noisier, they start slowing down, and they start showing error messages for no obvious reasons.