Heart is the organ whose function is to keep up the circulation of the blood. At birth the heart beats about 130 times a minute, gradually diminishing to 100 at 6 years, 90 at 10 years, 85 at 15 years, and, among adults, anywhere from 60 to 80. Sixty to 65 beats per minute is exceedingly slow but has been noted, particularly in long-distance runners. The heart beats more than two billion times during a lifetime and pumps millions of gallons of fluid. The heart lies inside a sac, called the pericardium, a little to the left of the breastbone, at about the fifth rib. It is essentially a muscle about as big as a fist. It beats from before birth until death and seldom rests, even by diminishing its rate. It is an involuntary muscle that responds to excitement, effort, and other activities by beating fast.You can give it rest by lying down so as to slow the beat a little and decrease its force.
Coronary ArteriesThe heart gets its own nourishment from small blood vessels that pass into its muscle tissue from the large blood vessels that carry the blood away from the heart. Blocking of these coronary arteries is called coronary thrombosis; the symptoms that follow such blocking are known as coronary disease. In hardening of the arteries, blocking of the coronary blood vessels is more frequent than otherwise. Associated with temporary spasms of these vessels or temporary lack of blood supply to the heart is angina pectoris.
Heart FailureFailure of the heart to carry on its work is serious because the whole body depends on the blood. Failure may be due to inability of the muscle to pump, inability of the pump to force out enough blood at one time, or failure of the pump to force the blood all the way around and back again. If any of these failures occur, fluid collects in the feet and in the abdomen; the brain gets insufficient nourishment; occasionally the heart muscle will enlarge in an attempt to do what it cannot. Signs of heart failure are shortness of breath, and a blue tinge to the skin resulting from lack of oxygen in the blood.
Heart DiseaseHeart disease is not a single illness but may be one of several, such as that resulting from rheumatic fever, one of the foremost foes of health in children, which is related frequently to streptococcus infections of the throat.People of advanced years sometimes suffer breakdown of the heart; death may be prevented by seeing to it that the victim avoids stress and strain.
Coronary ThrombosisCoronary thrombosis is the forming of a clot or clots in the coronary arteries. The moment an attack occurs, the victim should be put immediately at complete rest in bed. Then, by careful study involving the use of the electrocardiograph, the doctor will determine the nature and scope of the condition and take the necessary measures to relieve pain and, if possible, bring about improvement. Any attack of acute indigestion in a person past forty-five years may actually be the beginning of coronary thrombosis and should not be regarded lightly.*16/318/5*

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After apnea, narcolepsy is the next most frequent cause of excessive daytime sleepiness. People with this disorder are prone to transient, overpowering attacks of sleepiness lasting from a few seconds up to thirty minutes, with the average spell lasting about two minutes. Narcoleptics may have up to two hundred such attacks in a single day, even if they have slept well the night before. During an attack the victim’s jaw may grow slack, or the head may drop forward onto the chest. In some cases victims may completely black out, appearing to be asleep or unaware of their actions. In less severe attacks, they are alert but may experience some form of muscle paralysis—their knees may buckle, or they may lose all control over their voluntary muscles. (Some people mistakenly refer to narcolepsy as sleeping sickness. The two are by no means the same: sleeping sickness is a parasitic infection transmitted by insects, including the tsetse fly and the kissing bug. Narcolepsy is also distinguished from seizure disorders like epilepsy in that such symptoms as repetitive movements (lip smacking, for example) and perceived visual auras are rarely present.The term “narcolepsy” was first used more than a century ago,1940s. Today an estimated 250,000 Americans suffer from the condition—more than the number of people afflicted with multiple sclerosis. Although narcolepsy accounts for less than 1 percent of all cases of sleep disorders, sleep laboratories report that narcoleptics make up the second largest group of patients who come to them for help.*150\226\8*

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Husband is excited by his wife’s body while she depends on tactile stimulation alone to get excitement. Thus husband likes to keep the light on but she prefers dark and even closes her eyes so that the sights which are stimuli to husband causes destructions to wife. Darkness may mean for her modesty, secrecy or safety.What is the common complaint of wife against husband?Wife thinks that she is being taken as granted and husband does not give due importance to arouse her showing his selfishness. A wife may want to prolong coitus after orgasm and feel disappointed when her husband turns away and goes to sleep.
What can be the normal frequency of sex?It depends on the couples health, desire, sexual brought up, education and need. No normal limit can be defined. Kinsey in his survey from the age of adolescence to the age of 85 calculated and it came out to be 3 orgasms per week, including masturbation for men.
What is the frequency Of orgasm a woman gets?In the Kinsey sample about a third of the single females between the ages of 16 and 20, 26 and 30, 46 and 50 experienced one orgasm every other week. Among married females between 21 to 25 about one third had one orgasm. More than 5 percent averaged 3 orgasm a week. 20 percent had one orgasm every other week. Between 36 to 40 one of four women had no more than one orgasm every other week.
Does morals permit girls to masturbate?Society has negative feelings about masturbation by girls. If boy can masturbate why not girls. It is not an unusual practice, it does not cause mental deterioration or physical decay but it has certain advantages that girls who mastrubated to orgasm were more likely to enjoy intercourse later in married life. Masturbation to orgasm can also relieve premenstrual tension and dysmenorrhoea.
When woman feels more sexy?
Wife’s sensual interests are somewhat closer to the surface immediately before, during and after menstruation. Second day of menstruation gives a peak to female according to one survey. On second day some pelvic congestion1 still persists and wife gets orgasm with little bit of man’s effort. A second rise of sex desire coincides with ovulation. There is no reason why people should not concentrate on these days to have orgasms satisfactorily.*101\301\2*

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