Acatisia refers to a neurological motor disorder that implies the inability of the person to remain still, accompanied by a subjective and internal feeling of restlessness, as well as a compulsion to move. Content 1 Acatisia and restless legs syndrome (SPI) 2 Acatisia: symptomatology 3 Acute neuroleptic-induced acatisia 4 Pregnancy and acatisia 5 Twelve tips for patients with acatisia Acatisia and restless legs syndrome (SPI) The patient with acatisia experiences an inevitable need for keep moving continuously, the condition involves motor manifestations that may be observable, such as restless legs syndrome (SPI) or Willis-Ekbom disease (EWE), which is a disease characterized by the imperative need to move the legs .
Sara has just heard very important news, she has been suddenly fired from her job. After receiving the news, he feels that everything revolves around him and fails to react, much less understand what is happening. When her relatives ask her what has happened, she cannot say a word.
Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) was a famous British writer from a family of intellectuals. He is the author of numerous essays, novels and stories that consider him a reference in modern thinking. Perhaps, Aldous Huxley's most famous and influential work is "A Happy World," written in 1932.
The following dice game is very popular at fairs but it is rare for two people to agree on the chances of winning the player has, so I present it as an elementary problem of probability theory. On the board we have six boxes marked with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Is it true that women, unlike men, are "multitasking"? That is, what can they do several things at once? Apparently it is true. And one fact seems to prove it: women need more sleep than men. The reason is that by being able to carry out several tasks at the same time, your brain needs more rest time.
One day we saw how a quilt of 13 × 13 retales could be divided into eleven squares. We will continue with the remnants and I will ask you to try to find out how the Darktown ladies combined eleven square remnants - none of which contained less than four squares - in a 12 × 12 quilt.