Author: Digitsole

hiver froid neige

  The human body has a constant temperature of 37°C. This temperature will only change under special conditions. Internal temperature control is essential for the body to be able to harvest enough protein to survive. Thermoregulation will therefore make it possible to maintain the appropriate temperature by constantly balancing heat inputs and losses. Here are some tips to help your body cope with the cold and...

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stand digitsole ispo 2019

The months of January and February were full of events this year! We have just completed our participation in the Jagd & Hund show in Dortmund, and here we are again in Munich for the largest international sports equipment show, ISPO 2019.         ISPO Munich is a congress with more than 2800 exhibitors working in the world of sport. This is a good opportunity for these professionals...

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JAGD&HUND

  This year, the 38th edition of Europe's largest hunting show was held in Dortmund. So we will say "Waidmannsheil! " ("good hunting!") at the Westfalenhallen Dortmund 2019 Messe event.   Every year, hunters, dog handlers, fishermen and nature lovers meet in Dortmund at the end of January / beginning of February at the Westfalenhallen event. During which, the two exhibitions "Jagd & Hund" and "Fisch & Angel"...

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    Every year, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) becomes the center of attention, which is understandable, a fair of this magnitude with vocation to "change the world" cannot go unnoticed, especially when the latter takes place in Las Vegas. And for once, what's happening in Vegas, is not going to stay there. This congress which brings together hundreds of start-ups, is the only one that presents...

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raynaud phenomenom

Raynaud's syndrome   To suffer from Raynaud's syndrome is not only to have cold hands or feet. Raynaud's disease is a chronic pathology affecting the blood circulation, affecting the extremities of the body and causing acute cold sensations. It develops mainly in the event of exposure to the cold and, more rarely, in periods of emotional stress.   To get into the details, under normal circumstances, the blood...

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walking

  Good morning ladies and gentlemen. We’re gathered here today to finish our walking trilogy. After explaining the importance of your posture in this first article, you got to understand what was the right stride to adopt during our last encounter. But I’ve kept the best for last. The champion of back pains, the King of bad posture, the enemy of podiatrists: the foot. And more precisely, your...

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