physiological state


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Pregnant patients undergo several physiological changes during the course of pregnancy and every dental clinician should be wary of this significant and clinically relevant altered physiological state.
postica and a subsequent difference in physiological state (which we measure with fitness parameters and equate to health) of P.
The polyvagal theory, especially the part of the theory that emphasizes the social engagement system, assumes that if we start to engage the middle ear muscles, the muscles that help us extract human voice from background sound, it will feed back, change physiological state, and enable the individual to be more spontaneously social," Porges explains.
In the mugging example, clients would be guided in how to become attuned to their physiological states and connect physiological to emotional responses (i.
Different types and breeds may differ significantly by the level of adaptation to new conditions, which affects the bodies of youngsters, some of which cannot cope with climate change due to the inability to maintain physiological state [7].
Culinary educator Chef Rob Pengson, social entrepreneur and Rags2Riches founder Reese Fernandez-Ruiz and sports advocate Peter Futkalero Pedro Amores prove that with a healthy physical and physiological state, an individual can create a positive impact in society.
This 24-item tool measures Bandura's four self-efficacy factors: mastery experiences, vicarious experiences, social persuasions, and physiological state.
We know they're able to help us avoid or be attracted to certain foods but in fruit flies, it appears that taste may also have a very profound effect on the physiological state and healthy aging," he added.
However, the success of this treatment would depend on the type of cancer, general health of the patient, physiological state, age, and physical strength.
Based on this survival data, we will utilize transcriptional profiling to understand the physiological state of these pathogens in the pre-harvest environment.
Being aware of it and paying attention to it results in a healthy emotional and physiological state," says Zubin Atre, founder, the Atre Yoga Studio.
Most cancers are highly responsive to therapeutic ketosis, a natural physiological state induced during prolonged states of decreased glucose in combination with calorie restriction, the study says.
If bacteria non-typical of the living environment of hydrobionts are abundant in the water surrounding the latter, they make a negative influence on the immune system of fish by restraining it, thus impacting the animal's general physiological state (1).
Among the topics are novel concepts and requirements in cytometry, characterizing the rheological and physiological state of red blood cells using optical flicker spectroscopy, label-free cell classification with diffraction imaging flow cytometer, a case study of sickle cell anemia that illustrates instrumentation for in vivo flow cytometry, and fluorescence-based in vivo flow cytometry for cancer applications.
The importance of using RASAD in such a sport lies in how closely one can monitor the physiological state of the rider in real time.
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