Drowsiness

Posted by Toni - May 11th, 2018

In the study of the causes of the industrial accidents, it is always contemplated to the human factor like one of the possible origins of the labor accidents. The emotional tension, the anguish, stress, the visual deficit, along with the medication ingestion, is described like risk factors, of human origin, that increase the possibility that labor injuries or accidents happen, and the Migraine by itself like disease or by its treatments, can be associated to all these factors previously referred. They exist ample and varied range of symptoms related to the Migraines and the drugs used in its treatment, that act like possible factors of labor risk. They are possible to be grouped in mape.es: -. Difficulty for the concentration. -.

Alterations of the vision. – Fatigue. -. Slowness of answer and lack of coordination motorboat. Here, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. expresses very clear opinions on the subject. -.

Reduction of the alert/attention. -. Scorn of the perception of the risk. A related site: Donald Sussman mentions similar findings. -. Upheavals of the spirit. -. Upheavals of dream. The people with insomnia chronic causes twice and average more accidents than those than sleep well. If to an abundant food or excess of work is added the problem it aggravates. Drowsiness supposes a factor of first magnitude and most of the causes originate that it are susceptible of prevention. The upheavals of the dream are, in many countries, the first cause of death by labor accident. Numerous reasons for diurnal drowsiness exist, besides the derived one from the shortening of the periods of dream (deprivation of the physiological dream nocturne), like it is the diurnal drowsiness that produces apnea-hipoapnea syndrome delsueo, the variable turns of work and the temporary misalignments of the trips ( jet lag ); but also drowsiness in people is frequent who suffer depression, narcolepsy, certain endocrine diseases, congestive cardiac insufficiency and, of course, the medecine and alcohol use.

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