Obviously, the person has it for you. He/she likes you very much. anyone whose nervous and do silly things most of the time when you're around them has some kind of feelings for you. Stop touching this person. Try to be relaxing to this person, as they are overly sensitive. I would never touch a person who isn't in that "mature" place yet. Just wait it out, and be there to touch when he's ready. You have to admit, most mature males are more than willing to touch and be touched when there is a relationship in front of him. Also, does he take any kinds of medication? Any history of abuse?
Panic Attack. Anxiety Attack.
HIV does not infect the nervous system but affects it. Since HIV suppresses the immune system, pathogens can attack the nervous system. The virus does not directly attack the nerves.
yes, it attack the central nervous system and it also causes red bumps that will quickly turn to blisters.
it is their instinct...they can sense the human blood and are attracted...
The sympathetic nervous system causes dilation of the bronchioles. This can alleviate symptoms of an asthma attack.
they can be attracted by carbon dioxide. so don't exhale.
he cells react by shutting downs our nervous systems.
Rabies have certain bacterias that affect our nervous systems. So the cells react by shutting downs our nervous systems.
first it spreads to your nervous system. then it multiplies.
Tourettes Syndrom is a condition in the Nervous System
Yes They have Saliva that can attack your Central Nervous System.
if you threaten them when they are alone, no. but if you practically kick a full nest over, then its group attack. So if that happens, run like you're in the hunger games!
Anyone can have an anxiety attack but the more nervous or unsure you get the more likely you are to have a anxiety attack. They are usually caused by high stress situations so if you are in high stress you might have an anxiety attack
No. Rabies attacks the nervous system.
Practically everything, search and rescue, attack, bomb and drug sniffing. They are very diverse dogs.
Herpes attacks the immune system and the nervous system. The disease lives dormant in the nervous system until the body is stressed or immunocompromised and then attacks.
it is inflamation around the spinal cord and brain that destroys the nervous system
kinda just don't have a heart attack