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Geodon
...  scheduled one without making the dose double. Geodon Overdose Patients overdosed with Geodon will most likely show these signs: dizziness, fever, drowsiness, slurred speech, palpitation, spasms, inVoluntary facial and tongue movements, sweating, fainting and sweating. In an event of an overdose, the patient should be immediately rushed to the nearest medical facility for treatment. Side  ...

Abiplatin
...  may feel numbness in their hands and feet, as well as a loss of motor function. This side effect usually disappears a few months after the conclusion of the treatment. Muscle cramps, described as inVoluntary skeletal muscle contraction, have also been stated to occur, as well as loss of hearing and taste. In cases after greater dosage and more prolonged therapy, damage affecting the kidney and  ...

Enlarged Prostate
...  hesitancy, frequent and painful urination, urgency incontinence, weak urinary stream, prolonged emptying of the bladder, incomplete bladder emptying, abdominal straining, problems in ejaculation, inVoluntary leakage of urine, irritation during urination, post-urination dribble and nocturia (necessity to urinate during the night). Besides, a man is vulnerable in the face of different urinary  ...

Sneezing
...  inhalation from some nose sprays, and other nasal irritants like powder. It can also be a symptom of viral infections like common colds or flu or drug withdrawal. It occurs due to the semi-inVoluntary convulsive expulsion of air from the lungs through the nose and mouth. Once a sneeze is released from the body at an average speed of 150 km per hour, one can expect to hear different  ...

Brain
...  It has regions which obtain sensory impulses from numerous receptors. Separate areas of the fore-mind are specialized for listening to, scent, sight and so on. It additionally controls most of the Voluntary actions of our body. The mid mind is chargeable for sustaining the posture and stability of our body. While a few of the inVoluntary actions are controlled by the mid brain. This half of  ...

Nerves
...  nervous system has two parts: The Somatic Nervous System, which contains nerves that are connected to the brain and spinal cord through muscles that you control consciously, these are called Voluntary or skeletal muscles. It also has receptors in the skin that detect information inside and around the body. The Autonomic Nervous System is the one responsible for connecting the brain stem  ...

Esophagus
...  of the esophagus. The adventitia is the outermost connective tissue of the esophagus. The esophagus carries food to the stomach by coordinating the contractions of the muscular lining. This is an inVoluntary process that most people do not notice. Most people only notice the processes that occur in the esophagus when they swallow large amounts of food at once or drink extremely hot or cold  ...

Visceral Effector Organs
...  part away from the painful stimulus. This response is automatic and does not require a conscious effort from the person. What are visceral effector organs? These are effector organs influenced by inVoluntary effector muscles, which can only mobilize when specific nerve impulses are conducted to the smooth muscles. Nerve impulses are important to elicit the appropriate response to that  ...

Cerebrum
...  cerebrum is the largest part of the brain that constitutes the forebrain. It is the part of the brain that is responsible for all the Voluntary actions of the body. It is located on top of the brainstem and is considered the most developed part of the brain. The cerebrum is the newest structure in the brain, phylogenetically speaking. This part of the brain is most-developed in mammals among  ...

Mesencephalon
...  motor skills. It absorbs blood rich in oxygen, as well as an iron-rich pigment, thus making it red. Another part inside the red nucleus is the substantia nigra. This is responsible in inhibiting inVoluntary movements in the  ...


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