Why do we get Headaches? | #aumsum


It’s AumSum Time Why do we get Headaches? Because of your questions Dude. Very Funny. Many of us have experienced pain in our upper
neck or head at some point. This pain is called a headache. Headache is not an indication of our brain
hurting. In fact, the brain does not have any pain
receptors to experience pain. Pain originates in nerves surrounding the
brain. Sending pain signals to the brain, resulting
in headaches. Headaches are commonly categorized as primary
and secondary. Primary Headaches are caused due to inflammation. Or overactivity of muscles, nerves and blood
vessels in the head or neck. Migraines and tension headaches are common
examples of primary headaches. Now, when an illness or a medical condition
in the body. Triggers the pain-sensitive nerves in our
head. It causes a secondary headache. Dehydration, hangover, sinus or even heart
disease are some examples of conditions. That could trigger secondary headaches. What is depression? It is a 5 star hotel deep underwater. As usual. You are wrong. In our life, all of us feel sad or depressed
for some time. But that doesn’t mean we have depression. Many doctors use a manual named. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental
Disorders to diagnose depression. It has a list of symptoms which include sadness,
worthlessness, hopelessness. Changes in appetite, suicidal thoughts, sleep
problems, etc. If we have five or more of these symptoms
for at least two weeks. Then doctors diagnose us with depression. The exact causes of depression are unknown. But studies suggest that people who have depression
may have a smaller hippocampus. An area of the brain that regulates emotions. Moreover, genetics might also play a role. Studies have shown that a variation in the
serotonin transporter gene. Makes us more prone to depression. Environmental factors such as coping with
the death of our beloved ones, traumatic events, etc. Can also cause depression. Why do we get eye bags? It is a sign indicating that we need to take
a long holiday. No. One of the main reasons for eye bags is aging. As we age, various changes take place in our
body. Ya dude. I get more attractive with age. Ya ya. Now listen. Our skin contains collagen and elastin. They keep our skin firm and elastic. In addition to this, we have fat tissue surrounding
our eyes for cushioning. But as we age, our skin produces less collagen
and elastin, causing our skin to become loose. Also, the muscles and ligaments that hold
the fat tissue in place begin to get loose. And the fat starts dropping down. This loose skin and fat make the area around
our eyes appear swollen, giving us eye bags. Besides this, heredity, salt intake, smoking,
etc. May also contribute to the formation of eye
bags. Pathogens. Why do we get fever? So that we can take a holiday from work. No. Fever is a protective response of our body. To fight against pathogens such as bacteria,
viruses and fungi. These pathogens cause diseases. Hence, when pathogens enter our body. The immune cells such as white blood cells
produce chemicals called pyrogens. Which are released into the bloodstream. Oh. I thought like movies, they are released in
theaters. Hahaha. Please, pay attention. Hypothalamus, which is a small part of our
brain, regulates our body temperature. However, when these pyrogens reach the hypothalamus. It starts to raise our body temperature, thus
producing fever. Now. One of the reasons for producing this fever is that many pathogens cannot survive at high temperatures. Thus, they die and we remain safe.

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  1. WHY IS THERE A ROPE!?

    (Kids, please don't watch this if you don't know what suicidal thoughts are, they're bad for you)

  2. Thanks to this i know now that being hot when having fever is good to kill bacteria. Thanks aumsum I'm just a new subscriber here and i love your vids.😘😍

  3. Hypothermia(Cold body temperature)/Normal/Low grade fever(Fever without treatment required)/Hyperthermia(Fever)/Hyperpyrexia(A fever that causes death)
    Hypothermia = <35C Normal = 36-37.4C Low-Grade Fever = 37.5-38C Hyperthermia = 38-38.5C Hyperpyrexia = >40-41C

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