The Greek word harmonia αρμoνία means “fitting together” or “joining together.
In Pythagorean thought, number gives rise to proportion, and proportion gives rise to harmony. Harmony and justice is the result of good proportion made manifest, and the kosmos itself is a harmony in which all of the parts are proportionally bound together.
Approximately 80-90% of the needed vitamin D in the human organism is synthesized in the skin, and only about 10-20% is obtained from the diet.
The duration of the UV exposure, the area of the exposed skin area and the ratio of UVB (280-320 nm) to UVA radiation play a role in the formation of vitamin D in the skin.
If someone shows a type I allergic reaction, IgE antibodies are formed. These antibodies recognize specific proteins (epitopes structures) on an allergy source. If these IgE antibodies come in contact with similar epitopes-proteins, a source of contact allergy,
Preventive medicine can be divided into three stages: primary, secondary and tertiary prevention. It is about avoiding, delaying or alleviating chronic diseases or their consequences. While the medical establishment will not operate normally when the disease has already occurred, has preventive medicine aims to prevent active disease. This concept of medicine is the concept of the future.
Our skin is the largest and heaviest organ in our body. Its surface is 1.5-2 square meters and has a weight of around three kg. On each square centimeter of skin, there are three million cells, ten hair, fifteen sebaceous glands, three blood vessels and twelve nerves. With age the skin and especially the facial skin is wrinkled.
Sport is very conducive to health and also for the skin. This leads to improved blood flow to the tissue, the skin looks brighter, the cells are better supplied with oxygen and the aging process of the skin is slowed down. In addition, with sports you can build up your muscles and thereby improve the cellulite.
Acne (Greek = growth-flowering) is an inflammatory disease of the sebaceous glands. It usually begins at puberty between the 10th and 13th year and lasts for five to ten years, with some people even until after 30 years or even longer. It occurs mainly in the sebaceous glands of skin such as the face, neck and neckline,