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  1. It is known that sleep plays the most prominent role in decreasing “adenosine” and increasing “adenosine triphosphate”. But my question is: is there another way, therapeutic or non-curative, to reduce "adenosine" and increase "adenosine triphosphate"?
  2. I think the story is uncomplicated, which is good, so that all people can understand the story. How many interesting and complex stories have you had in your life? one or two.... What about the rest of your life? They are ordinary and logical stories. Usually the complexity and excitement is in "immaginary stories", not in reality. But this story answers most of the questions that revolve in people's minds, for example: There are those who ask why there is good and evil? The answer is from the Qur’an, God Almighty says: "Every soul will taste death. And We test you with evil and with good as trial; and to Us you will be returned."
  3. Why did God create this life? This is a question on the minds of many, and I, as a Muslim, have a clear answer in the Qur’an. God Almighty says in the Qur’an: " [He] who created death and life to test you [as to] which of you is best in deed ". So this life was created by God for testing, and the purpose of the test is: to determine the place of each person in the afterlife, a person in heaven and a person in hell, and heaven and hell are degrees as well. Look at the students in schools, they go through many years of tests in order for their place in society to be properly determined, and also this life is a test to determine each person's place in the afterlife. The test consists of several things, the most important of which are: - Belief in God, so you cannot see God in life, because God tests you, do you believe in Him or not? Belief in angels, heaven, hell, prophets....etc as well. Doing the best things and letting go of the bad things. But there is a question some are asking: If God's knowledge is absolute, then he does not need to test us. Yes, God knows the result of every person’s test without the test taking place, but God loves that he be excused. - And if God places a man in hell without a test, that person will object that he did nothing to deserve hell, but after the test everyone will be convinced of his place.
  4. In the following link, I will search for studies in which the word “autism” came in the title, and the phrase “unknown” in the research texts, and this is the link: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=%28Autism%5BTitle%5D%29+AND+%28unknown%5BText+Word%5D%29 We got 1,046 results. 1- In the next step, these results must be sifted to find out what is related to autism, and what is not related to autism. 2- Then it is necessary to know what remains “unknown”, because some mechanisms are “unknown” at the time of the scientific study, but after a while they become known. 3- Merge the repeater. Thus, with the previous steps, we have collected the most important problems related to "autism", which need focus from researchers, and solving them may be the key to eliminating the problem of autism.
  5. The truth is that scientists frequently use the term “unknown” in their research, and I thought to myself: This phrase can give you a glimpse into the most important problems facing any research. For the experiment, I searched for the phrase “unknown” contained in a relatively new discovery: the glymphatic system, and I easily found a set of the most important questions facing this discovery, and I think the answer to them will open great horizons in this field, and these are: 1- whether sleep timing promotes glymphatic function remains unknown. 2- However, the relative contribution of each clearance system and their compensatory effects in delaying the pathological process of Alzheimer's disease (AD) are currently unknown. 3- the effect of chronic stress on the glymphatic function and its underlying mechanism remains largely unknown. 4- whether the glymphatic system serves as a potential therapeutic target for white matter injury and cognitive decline during hypoperfusion remains unknown. It is possible to try searching for the phrase “unknown” with another problem such as Alzheimer’s and much more results will appear. Collecting these unknown problems gives researchers focused ideas about research that will be of great importance. This is my view. What is your view?
  6. How does sleep reduce the amount of Adenosine? Adenosine is known to build up due to metabolism and daily activity, it is also known adonocin build-up causes "sleep pressure", My question is: How does sleep solve the problem of accumulation of adenosine?
  7. A while ago I went to the laryngologist, He described a medicine I can not remember his name, But the drug's function is : Drying of the acidity of the stomach, And a doctor told me: This drug also Drying all body fluids. My problem was in the throat, But I got another unexpected result, The result is: My sense of smell has become very acute, Before that my sense of smell was weak, That known me, After a period, When I gave up treatment, My sense of smell has weakened again. Then I asked myself: Does the nose transfer messages to the brain through nerves? The answer is: Yes. The conclusion is: The medicine of "Drying of the acidity of the stomach" may affect the whole nervous system, I mean a positive impact, The same effect on "sense of smell", The transfer of messages be stronger. Finally : I have a long Anxiety disorder, Is increased fluid in my body have a role in that? The answer is: maybe.
  8. Certainly the assumption exclude air, Friction, heat, and sea level. The question is about the behavior of gravity . It seems that the correct view is: in the end it will stop in the middle.
  9. Question: if there was a tunnel from the north pole to the south pole, then we threw anything in that tunnel, where will this thing go ?!!! Is that thing will come out from the other side? or will stop in the middle?
  10. Cultivation of melanocytes is painful for vitiligo patients, for that I have a suggestion. but in the beginning I hope that you read the following about "angler fish": "When a male finds a female, he bites into her skin, and releases an enzyme that digests the skin of his mouth and her body, fusing the pair down to the blood-vessel level. The male becomes dependent on the female host for survival by receiving nutrients via their shared circulatory system "(the source: wikipedia) Now my idea is: 1- we confuse the "melanocytes" with "anglerfish enzyme". 2- and then we put the mixture on the skin that suffers from vitiligo. consequently we do not need a skin scraping for "cultivation of melanocytes".
  11. 1- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3880190/ 2- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24199995
  12. Through the following link: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Blood-pressure-(high)/Pages/Causes.aspx There follows: Who's at risk of high blood pressure? ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... long-term sleep deprivation. and "glymphatic system" works vigorously during sleep, and any defect in the "sleep" is a defect in the glymphatic system.
  13. Disease, high blood pressure is "unclear the reason for the disease" But, before the period was the discovery of "glymphatic system" is a functional waste clearance pathway for the vertebrate central nervous system (CNS) by exchange of solutes between the CSF and the ISF is driven by arterial pulsation , and some studies on this system " the authors reported that when cerebral arterial pulsation was either increased or decreased, the rate of paravacular CSF flux in turn increased or decreased, respectively" [1] Now, regarding "high blood pressure" is it possible that the reason is: Inefficient "glymphatic system" , then rise "blood pressure" for make up for it. final note : When I slept a short period, i notice an increase in my pulse. [1]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glymphatic_system#Physiological_functions
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