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In a first, scientists have come up with an explanation to why a sudden shock, stress and fear may trigger heart attack and they found that multiple bacterial species living as biofilms on arterial walls could hold the key to such attacks.
Hormones released during these events appear to cause bacterial biofilms on arterial walls to disperse, allowing plaque deposits to rupture into the bloodstream, the findings showed.
Because the biofilms are closely bound to arterial plaque, the dispersal of a biofilm could cause sudden release of the surrounding arterial plaque, triggering a heart attack.
"Our hypothesis fitted with the observation that heart attack and stroke often occur following an event where elevated levels of catecholamine hormones are released into the blood and tissues, such as occurs during sudden emotional shock or stress, sudden exertion or over-exertion," said David Davies of Binghamton University in the US.
The researchers isolated and cultured different species of bacteria from diseased carotid arteries that had been removed from patients with atherosclerosis.
Their results showed multiple bacterial species living as biofilms in the walls of every atherosclerotic (plaque-covered) carotid artery tested.
The researchers added norepinephrine, at a level that would be found in the body following stress or exertion, to biofilms formed on the inner walls of silicone tubing.
"At least one species of bacteria - Pseudomonas aeruginosa - commonly associated with carotid arteries in our studies, was able to undergo a biofilm dispersion response when exposed to norepinephrine, a hormone responsible for the fight-or-flight response in humans," Davies stated.
have certain anxieties when it comes to their performance in bed.
Expert Sex Therapist and Relationship Counsellor Dr Rajan Bhonsle tells
us more about them... Men might seem to be quite active
and vocal, much more than women, especially when it comes to sexual
matters. However, they are not too far from anxieties and fears when it
comes to their sexuality. Here's a list of the common sexual fears that
men face and the reasons...
1. Fear of impotence: 'Anxiety
about impotence' ranks first in the order of prevalence, in all the
sexual fears that men bear. Ironically, the fear itself is the greatest
cause of impotence. In 90 per cent cases of impotencies the cause is
psychogenic. Only in 10 per cent of cases the cause is biological.
There is no possible way a man can 'will' to have an erection. We
cannot will to have saliva or tears flow either. These things happen on
their own in response to situations. One may involve oneself in
foreplay, without spectatoring at the organ, and the erection happens on
its own accord. Behind the fear of failure to get erection is a
fundamental anxiety -the fear of being rejected. The partner's
understanding and cooperation plays a very important role in getting
over the psychogenic impotence.
2. Fear of insatiable sexual demands: The
image of the 'insatiable woman' is a creation of contemporary
literature and movies, plus much of the rhetoric accompanying the
woman's liberation movement. The truth is, that there is a wide
variation of sexual needs among both women and men. One of the freedoms
today's women have achieved, is the knowledge that their bodies are
their own, and they need not give in to a man's sexual demands, if they
don't desire so. It will be equally relieving for men to know that they
are under no such obligation either. As men and women learn to accept
each other as equals and realise that each has individual sexual needs,
this fear will certainly decrease.
3. Fear of losing self-control:
Many men who feel that they love their wives and care for their marital
commitment, carry the fear of getting attracted to other women. It is
physiological for a man to get attracted to some women who fit into his
criterions of sex appeal. Many men carry the guilt for such secret
infatuations and fantasies. Many others fear that they may not be able
to control themselves if they happen to be in an inviting situation.
They doubt their ability to be in charge of their sexual urges, if a
tempting opportunity comes their way. The anxiety of losing their
relationship with their wife haunts them every time they meet attractive
women. It becomes a constant struggle to balance their libidinous urges
and their commitment in the marriage. These husbands need to realise
that they are relating at a very superficial level of understanding and
commitment. Infidelity is invariably the result of insincere and
irresponsible attitudes towards the marital bond.
4. Fear that the wife may become interested in someone else: The
domineering husband, who believes he owns his wife, does not want to
lose her for anyone else. He constantly feels that her infidelity is
just a matter of right opportunity. It is the wound of his own
inadequacy that makes him suffer this fear. The feeling of
possessiveness, so much a part of the male mentality, and the jealousy
which proceeds inevitably from this feeling, have been the cause of
endless suffering and aggression. It is necessary to change the
perspective of this man. A wife who understands this and works silently
to reassure him, has a better chance for a happy and lasting
relationship than one who responds to his jealousy with anger,
aggression and exasperation.
5. Fear of not being normal: Many
men want to know if they resemble other men in their sexual behavior
and if whatever they do sexually is the accepted 'normal' way to have
sex. What should matter is whether you are hurting yourself or your
partner with your sexual behavior. If both partners enjoy equally the
act is right.
6. Fear of 'Premature Ejaculation': The
cause of premature ejaculation is almost always psychogenic. This
problem is seen in men of all ages, and anxiety over possible repetition
often becomes another self-fulfilling prophecy. The brain gets the
signal that release is imminent, but for various emotional reasons the
normal inhibiting mechanism fails. Some men try to slow things down by
using anesthetic applications, tranquilizers, elastic bands or double
condoms, none of which help the anxiety, the overriding issue here. With
the help of an understanding and cooperative partner it is possible to
help oneself by analysing their difficulty, pinpointing the psychic
element, and then learning to exercise control.
7. Fear of 'small' size of penis: Large
number of men carry the complex of small penile size. The size is
invariably thought to be the parameter for one's manliness and one's
ability to satisfy his partner. First of all, the woman's satisfaction
does not depend on the size of the penis. On the contrary, too big can
be a problem, in that it could hurt the partner. The fact is, that only
the outer 1/3rd of the woman's vagina (approximately 3 to 5 cms) is
sensitive to sexual stimuli. So, it doesn't matter to a woman how deep
one reaches during the intercourse. If an erect penis has a size of five
inches, which everyone has, it is enough for him to satisfy his woman.
It is not the size, but what you do with what you have, that truly
A common, mistaken belief that a flaccid penis gains in
size proportionately when it gets erect, causes this fear. The fact is,
though all the penises are different in their flaccid state, become
much more similar in size, when they get erect. Also, one tends to find
his penis small as it is always seen from above, a wrong angle to judge
the length; as against that of others, which is observed from one side
or from the front.
Responding to such sexual fears with a
mature self-understanding and cooperating partner, is the first and the
most important step, and often nothing more may be required. If however,
the fears persist, help of a professional 'sex and relationship
counsellor' may be needed.
In the last few months, Xiaomi has witnessed an unprecedented growth,
thanks to its budget android smartphones which have created a frenzy in
parts of Asia. The company has already surpassed many tech biggies in
terms of sales and revenue generated.
According to latest reports pouring in,
Xiaomi is working upon a 9.2 inch android tablet that is currently
code-named Xiaomi 2014811. The new mystery device was recently spotted
at the GFXBench.
The device boasts of a 1280 x 720 pixels
resolution, 5 finger gesture control, 8 GB internal storage and a 1 GB
RAM. The tablet also includes a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410
processor and an Adreno 306 GPU. It is a single SIM device and will run
on Android 4.4.4 OS.
It is not known whether Xiaomi will
release its new tablet in India anytime soon, as the Mi Pad and the
RedMi Note aren’t yet available in India.
While some believe that Xiaomi may soon
bring its complete device line-up to India, there are others who think
that the Chinese brand may take it slow or avoid launching every Xiaomi
device in the country.
Whatever be the case, people will surely
want to lay hands on a 9.2 inch Xiaomi device, considering the fact
that the company prices the gadgets so cheap.
Music Director Yuvan Shankar Raja to marry Zafrun Nizar
Music director Yuvan Shankar Raja (Abdul Haliq),
the ‘Junior Maestro’, is all set to get married for the third time.
Despite his hugely successful career as a music director, Yuvan’s
personal life has witnessed many upheavals so far. In an apparent effort
to put it back on track, he is now all set to try his hand at matrimony
for the third time now.
Yuvan first married London-based
playback singer Sujaya, with whom he had fallen in love, in 2005 but the
couple developed lots of misunderstandings between them and finally
divorced in 2008. Three years later, Yuvan married Shilpa Mohan in
Tirupathi on 01st September, 2011.
However, he had no luck with his second
marriage as differences creeped up between him and Shilpa resulting in
the latter vacating from Yuvan’s residence. In the meantime, Yuvan’s
mother passed away which sent Yuvan in a depressed mood and to come out
of it, he was convinced by some of his friends to convert to Islam.
Reportedly Yuvan changed his name to Abdul Haliq.
Now the latest news is , Yuvan would get married to Zafrun Nizar of
Keezhakarai in Ramanathapuram District in December. Zafrun Nizar is a
fashion designer based in Dubai. The marriage is likely to take place in
the first week of December in Dubai. We can only wish Yuvan good luck
in his new spell of life!
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