New Carpet Allergy : Carpets Fitted : Celebration Rug 4x6.
New Carpet Allergy
- A damaging immune response by the body to a substance, esp. pollen, fur, a particular food, or dust, to which it has become hypersensitive
- An antipathy
- hypersensitivity reaction to a particular allergen; symptoms can vary greatly in intensity
- (allergic) characterized by or caused by allergy; "an allergic reaction"
- (allergic) having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor); "allergic children"; "hypersensitive to pollen"
- A large rug, typically an oriental one
- A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room
- rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
- A thick or soft expanse or layer of something
- form a carpet-like cover (over)
Noise and Tension
Photo shows young runners react to the start gun during the United States outdoor athletics championships at the Mike A. Carroll Stadium in Indianapolis, main city of State of Indiana located in the mid-western region of the United States of America on 24th June 2007.
[This is an extraction from Chapter 18, Pages 101-104 of the book “Mental Tension and Its Cure” - Third Edition 1986, authored by Prof. (Dr.) O.P. Jaggi. Prof. (Dr.) O.P. Jaggi is a Physician of international repute in the field of chest Medicine, Asthma and Allergy. He was the Director of Vallabhai Patel Chest Institute, New Delhi, Dean Faculty of Medical Science, Delhi University, and Governor. He is the author of over seventy books including an authoritative 18 volume series on History of Science and Technology in India. His research papers have appeared in several international and national journals. He has over 50 years of experience in patient care, research etc.]
In India, since ancient times, there has been a tradition that those who want to have mental concentration or worship God for prolonged periods, go into the loneliness of the forests. There, away from human habitation and amidst the peace-giving sound of flowing water and melodious singing of birds, they find tranquillity of mind essential for concentration and meditation.
The things have changed now. Last summer I went to out-of-the-way hills for a few days. One day, I went kilometres together inside the forests and sat there in a lonely, beautiful place. All at once, the tranquillity around was shattered by the jarring noise of a transistor radio tunes to Vividh Bharati proclaiming ‘Mody Dhage, Mody Dhage’ – a symbol of the clattering industrial invasion of our environment from which one cannot escape.
Inside the city, it is free-for-all. When people make a telephone call, it appears that they have no faith in the efficacy of the instrument.
Some young men on purpose remove the silencer from their scooter and go tearing away the atmosphere and the people’s eardrums. You have to put your palms on the ears and yet you feel as if you have been hit to pieces.
Then there are the jagrans of the devotees, who earn for themselves nice things in this life and a place in the heavens after death, but take away from others hard-earned night’s sleep.
Exposure to noise tells upon the health. Very loud noise of 150 decibles (a unit of sound), can cause a rash under the collar, in between the fingers and the thighs. Eardrums may get ruptured. It can cause giddiness and nausea.
Exposure to over 100 decibles for a few hours, lessens efficiency and makes one more prone to accidents. It makes one aggressive and quarrelsome. Even in those who are sleeping, exposure to loud noise causes a disturbance in their brain waves as recorded by the electroencephalogram.
Lately, a few other observations regarding the damaging effects of prolonged exposure to loud noise have been observed. It can lead to irregular or faster pulse beats, enlarged hearts and increase in blood cholesterol. It causes mental fatigue, irritability, and precipitates or aggravates mental tension and neurosis.
Most disturbing observation is that loud noise increases heart rate of the foetus inside the abdomen of a pregnant mother. This may cause irreparable damage to the unborn baby.
Noise is one of the pollutants of our environment. It is on the increase. Trucks, buses and cars on the road, the trains on their tracks, the jet aeroplanes in sky, they all are producing more and more of noise as their number is increasing. Haphazard growth of the cities, in spite of the efforts of the city planners, is bringing small and large industries beside or inside the residential areas. The transistors, the radios, and the loudspeakers make their own contribution. Much noise comes from people as well, a vast majority of whom are not aware that by speaking loudly, they are being a nuisance.
If there is any doubt at all as to whether a noise hazard exists in a factory, the following questions might give answer :
1. Do workers find it difficult to speak to one an other in a noisy environment?
2. Have workers complained of head-noises or ringing in the ears after working for several hours?
3. Do workers exposed to the noise for several hours, experience temporary deafness?
4. Have workers been told by their families that they are going deaf?
5. Is the labour turnover in noisy workshop considered to be excessive?
6. Has management any suspicion that noise is affecting efficiency or output?
7. Have any complaints of excessive noise been received from adjoining residents?
Good mental and physical health requires that exposure to loud noise should be minimised on the roads, inside the factories, at construction sites and inside residential buildings.
Noise produced inside the factories is very harmful for the workers as they are continually exposed to it for years together. It is detrimental to t
Anyone know the name of this flower?
Been recording my flowers and taking photos of them,since I started gardening.AND.....
I forgot to put it on my flower list when I planted it last year.(^-^;)
I finally got the info I need for this one and thanks for the hint.Here is the info about this flower that I
Updated June 27,2 days after posting it.
Common Name: German primrose?Poison primrose
Height: 18-20 in.
Bloom Season: Spring
Colors:purple, yellow, red, pink, or white
Conditions: Partial Shade
A type of Candelabra Primrose with whorls of 1 in. white flowers on sturdy stems. Self-seeds freely.
Primula is a genus of 400–500 species of low-growing herbs in the family Primulaceae. They include primrose, auricula, cowslip and oxlip. Many species are grown for their ornamental flowers. They are native to the temperate Northern Hemisphere, south into high altitude tropical mountains in Ethiopia, Indonesia and New Guinea, and are also found in temperate southern South America.
Perennial primulas bloom mostly during the spring; their flowers can be purple, yellow, red, pink, or white. Generally, they prefer filtered sunlight. Many species are adapted to high alpine climates.
Both the common name and scientific name refer to it being the first (prime) "rose" to open in spring.
Primroses are used as food plants by the larvae (caterpillars) of some Lepidoptera species, including Duke of Burgundy butterfly, Large Yellow Underwing, Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing, Setaceous Hebrew Character and Silver-ground Carpet.
Some species of Primula are commonly known as polyanthus.
When tending the Primula obconica,wear rubber gloves to prevent from any skin allergy.
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