why do we have electricity in our bodies

why do we have electricity in our bodies

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 why would you lease a car instead of buying

why would you lease a car instead of buying

Leasing is the easiest way to get a new car every few years while letting the dealer or leasing company worry about disposing of the old one. Leases have some major disadvantages. One of the biggest drawbacks -- especially if you are not accustomed to leasing -- is that you are forced to make a major financial decision when your lease expires. You must either return the car and buy or lease a new one, or buy the vehicle at the lease-end price. (Typically, the value of your car or truck at the end of the lease is set in advance. ) Leasing a car rather than buying it will generally cost you much more than simply financing a purchase from the start. If you think you might want to buy the car, do that from the outset. Lease only if you're sure you don't want to keep the car long term. If you

 why does my hands and feet sweat all the time

why does my hands and feet sweat all the time

Everyone sweats when itБs hot outside, but people who have experience excessive sweating to the point that moisture may literally drip from their hands. causes them to sweat profusely even without cause. б Normally, your sweat glands produce perspiration thatБs carried to the Бs surface when the air temperature rises, you develop a fever, youБre, or youБre feeling anxious, nervous, or under stress. When those factors are no longer an issue, the nerves that signal sweating are put on hold. For the 1% to 2% of the population who have, however, the sweat glands don't shut off. They sweat even when the circumstances donБt call for it: when theyБre in air conditioning, or while theyБre sitting and watching television. Some people even tell their doctors that they sweat in a pool. The causes

 why does my hot water cylinder overflow

why does my hot water cylinder overflow

Hi Sharlene, 1) Faulty hot water cylinder thermostat resulting in overheating (boiling! ) of hot water - causes emission of steam and hot water from vent pipe and uses electricity like it is going out of fashion [:0] If this is the cause of the problem, water loss from the vent pipe probably only happens some time after you have used hot water (it takes the electric heater a while to bring the cyclinder back up to boiling temperature). If turning off the isolator switch for the cylinder (no more heat) stops the loss of water from the vent pipe then you probably have a faulty thermostat. ...

 why does my poop burn after eating spicy food

why does my poop burn after eating spicy food

There are many ways you can treat your symptoms at home. In many cases, burning diarrhea is a temporary condition that will respond well to lifestyle changes and over-the-counter treatments. If you suspect that your burning diarrhea is caused by eating spicy foods, experiment with limiting or cutting them from your diet. You may even want to keep a food diary to see which foods cause the most symptoms. As an alternative, you might also try doing just the opposite. In an article published by magazine, Sutep Gonlachanvit, MD, explains that eating spicy foods frequently for over three weeks may help desensitize you to that burning sensation. Hemorrhoids may heal on their own over time. There are some things you can do to speed up the process. Use over-the-counter (OTC) hemorrhoid creams

 why do we cry when we laugh really hard

why do we cry when we laugh really hard

We laugh in joy and cry over pain, right? Well, it turns out that it's not so black-and-white. Although not fully understood, we can laugh until we cry. One explanation for this is that both and crying happen during times of high emotional arousal, University of Maryland at Baltimore psychologist Robert Provine told Prevention. com. There's also evidence that the same part of the brain is responsible for both crying and laughing. In fact, lesions on certain regions of the brain have been linked to a syndrome called pathological laughter and crying (PLC), which is characterized by uncontrollable outbursts of these two expressions. The fact that the same lesion causes both tears and laughter suggests they are linked somehow, according to a PBS special, "The Adult Brain. " Another

 why does my right knee hurt when i run

why does my right knee hurt when i run

First, it isnБt just for runners. Also, it isn't really a specific injury. RunnerБs knee is a broad term used to describe the pain you feel if you have one of several knee problems. You might hear a doctor call it patellofemoral pain syndrome. Overuse. Bending your knee again and again or doing a lot of high-stress exercises, like lunges and plyometrics (training that uses the way your muscles lengthen and shorten to boost their power), can irritate tissues in and around your kneecap. A direct hit to the knee, like from a fall or blow Your bones arenБt lined up (your doctor will call this malalignment). If any of the bones from your hips to your ankles are out of their correct position, including the kneecap, that can put too much pressure on certain spots. Then your kneecap wonБt move

 why does a pressure cooker cook food faster

why does a pressure cooker cook food faster

Here s what we cover on this page: A brief introduction to how pressure cookers work. A detailed explanation of how pressure cookers work. How Does a Pressure Cooker Work? The Higher the Pressure, the Shorter the Cooking Time In a pot at sea level that doesn't have a cover on it, water boils at 100 C (212 F). The steam that evaporates from this pot is also at 100 C (212 F). No matter how much heat is supplied to the water, it will remain at 100 C (212 F). If a well sealed cover is put on the pot to trap the steam that would otherwise evaporate, the pressure inside the pot goes up. As the pressure rises, the temperature of the water and steam inside the sealed pot (the pressure cooker) also rises above the normal 100 C (212 F) boiling point temperature. The higher the pressure of the

 why does a dogs nose turn brown

why does a dogs nose turn brown

The weather: The most common reason a dog's nose loses its pigment is called winter nose or snow nose. Some dog's noses change colors from a dark color to pink in cold weather; turning dark once again when the weather gets warmer. Usually when the nose changes color due to the weather it only partially changes pink as seen in the picture above. Snow nose seems to be directly related to the temperature and is harmless to the dog. The culprit is thought to be a breakdown in an enzyme called tyrosinase, which is what makes melanin. (Melanin is what gives color, or pigment, to the hair, skin and parts of the eyes. ) The enzyme is temperature sensitive and gets weaker with age. Some breeds which are most prone to the nose changing with the weather are the, and. Old age: A dog's nose may lose

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