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Do bumps on your head reflect your intelligence and personality?
No. According to www.dictionary.com, "Phrenology" is "the study of the shape and protuberances of the skull, based on the now discredited belief that they reveal character and mental capacity". A blow to the head could cause a bump, and a severe blow could cause changes in intelligence and/or personality. However, the shape of the head, with or without bumps, does not reflect intelligence or personality. Answer Bumps on the head give accurate information about the bumps on the head, nothing more. They are bumps. An interesting piece of trivia: in a test of Phrenology the skull of the Marquis de Sade was said to possess the attributes of an aged father of the church.
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Answer . Apply ice for 20 minutes out of every hour (20 minutes on, 40 minutes off). You can take Tylenol to help with the pain and reduce swelling. Other than that, just l…et it heal on its own!
Apply an ice pack the the area to reduce swelling. If the scalp has been cut, apply direct pressure and seek medical attention if the bleeding does not stop. In the absenc…e of bleeding, seek medical attention right away for any of the following: 1. If you black out or lose consciousness....even for a few seconds. 2. If you experience blurred or partial vision in one or both eyes. 3. If you vomit. 4. If you have trouble with speech, balance, or you can't remember the event. 5. If you are dizzy and/or nauseated. 6. If you become drowsy quickly. Do not go to sleep. 7. If you develop a severe headache. Mark the event on your calendar or phone calendar app.; if any vague symptoms beyond the 3-4 day window develop, your health care provider can help you determine if the symptoms are related to bumping your head, or if they are unrelated. Most bumps on the head are harmless, however, signs of a concussion or more serious injury can take up to 3-4 days to appear. If you have any of the above symptoms at any time, see a doctor right away. If you are looking after a child or elderly person who has bumped their head, watch them closely and call a health care provider, even if nothing seems to be wrong. If they suggest that you bring in the person for an exam, do so. Mark the event on your calendar or phone calendar app.; if any vague symptoms beyond the 3-4 day window develop, your health care provider can help you determine if the symptoms are related to bumping your head, or if they are unrelated. Most bumps to the head can be treated at home with quiet activity, close observation, and any over- the- counter pain reliever that your health care provider or clinic has suggested for you. When in doubt, even in the absence of any complications, check it out! Call your health care provider if you have any questions or concerns...there are no stupid questions when it comes to head injuries, no matter how minor.
It doesn't. It's all about what's inside those chromosomes (DNA). Potatoes have 48 chromosomes, humans have 46 and fruit flies have 8.
It may be Pearly Penile Papules. It is a harmless anatomicalvariation with no malignant potential, although it can be mistakenfor HPV warts by inexperienced doctors. The papul…es appear as oneor several rows of small, pearly or flesh-colored, smooth,dome-topped bumps situated circumferentially around the corona orsulcus of the glans penis. They range in size from less than 1 mmto 3 mm. Hirsuties papillaris genitalis pose no risk to a person's health orsex life. However, for some they are aesthetically problematic andeven humiliating and could cause a person's sexual partner to feelsome negativity. If a person feels embarrassed or self-consciousthere are several medical treatments that can be sought as electivetreatments, they are usually advised against treatment though. If they are sore, red and/or weeping bumps then seek medical advicesoon.
The bony bump that is found on the back of the head on most dogs, is called a stoll. It has nothing to do with the intelligence of the dog. It is just a part of the skull.…
Can a minor bump on the head from falling in the shower change your personality a little there may be no brain damage but can it change your personality Is everyone different how the head responds?
A truly minor bump probably could not do that; a change in personality is probably a symptom of another, potentially much more serious problem that you should see a doct…or about ASAP.
Usually no, you should get it treated immediately.
It is called a bruise or contusion, and is caused by blood vessels bursting under the skin due to the impact, forming a bulge. They happen more easily on the head because th…ere is less padding, the vessels are pushed against the skull on impact, with little subcutaneous fat or other tissues in the way. This is the reason why they are also more prominent, with the bone directly behind them, they can't do anything except bulge outwards. A thigh bruise on the other hand has soft tissues to push against inside the leg.
No butter does not cure a bump on the head, but try spreading it on your toast it tastes great.
intelligence is cosmic anduniversal it is pure consciousness all-pervasive and operates from infinity.so, source which is impersonal is really intelligent.of course there coul…d be intelligent person!!!
An intelligent person is one that thinks critically. Intelligence isn't about how much you know. It's about how well you think.
In First Aid
It is rare for a child to reach adulthood without having injured their head at least once. Infants roll off the bed when their parents are distracted for a second, toddlers ar…e unsteady on their feet, school-aged children collide with each other while playing, and older children frequently get separated from their bicycle. While head injuries are common, it is unusual for the trauma to produce any serious neurological problems. The answer to this question depends partially on what type of "bump" the child has or how he/she obtained it. Did the child fall and hit a very hard surface? Was the child hit in the head with an object such as a baseball or a rock? Did the child run into an object such as a door or stairway banister? Another thing the answer hinges upon is whether there is a lump that is forming and visible, protruding outward? Or, is there a dent in the child's head? The outward lump, or outward swelling is a much better sign than the inward dent. If indeed the child has the dent, he/she should be seen by a doctor and xrays taken to make sure there is not skull fractures or other dangerous problem, just as bleeding below the skull. The child will require awakening every 2 hours for at least the first 12 hours, to make sure that he/she is oriented, has no complaints of dizziness - which is difficult in the small child- or if there is the complaint of a terrible headache, visual disturbance. He/she must be observed for excessive vomiting. A large majority of head injuries are not that serious. In most cases, placing an ice pack on the area and watching fdf is always the answer? Until now where cold compresses and ice packs can actually increase the swelling inside the skull, and can (though rarely) affect the brain. It is not suggest you use a compress at room temparature.
Bruising occurs when the walls of blood vessels are damaged and blood escapes into the tissues causing red , brown or greenish swelling. Over the next few weeks the body… absorbs the blood and repairs the damage. Sometimes scarring follows and this can result in a lump that may be permanent.
put some ice on your head and just dont irritate it,its for the best .
If the lump/bony bump is indeed a permanent fixture near the base of the skull, it's most likely the classic "External Occipital Protuberance". If, however, this is a ne…w growth on the skull, or if you became aware of it due to sudden pain or swelling, or if it is actually situated on your neck, it could be one of many other things, such as a tumor or lymph node. This posterior (rear) view and lateral view of a human skull may help. - http://www.infovisual.info/03/016_en.html http://www.upstate.edu/cdb/grossanat/hnsklatob1.shtml This is not the ideal forum for diagnosing medical conditions. Only a physician can render a qualified diagnosis.