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Prosthetic Implants

Implants are a lifeline for many people who want to make themselves and their bodies better. The very concept of implants is quite simple - they are devices that are implanted inside or outside a person and help to improve vitality. Those inside improve the functioning of organs and tissues, while those outside replace missing limbs.

Implants are made from different materials, such as skin, bone. There are also implants made of ceramic, metal, plastic and the like.

They are also divided into those that a person wears permanently and those that are temporary. To give a concrete example: if a person is missing one leg, they use an "artificial leg" which is designed to be worn permanently (except for sleeping and showering). If, for example, a person is fitted with an appliance to repair broken bones, the implant is no longer needed after the bones have healed and is removed.

There is no doubt that such an invention as implants has many advantages and is still successfully helping people today. But like any phenomenon, implants have their disadvantages. Before using it, you need to become thoroughly familiar with them and make a well-informed decision.

An implant is a surgical intervention in your body and this is already a risk. You may feel pain, bruising, swelling and redness. And that's not the worst part.

The most common side effect is infection. This is caused by dirt getting onto your skin during surgery. Because of the infection, you have to wear a drainage and take pills for a while. If the infection continues to develop, the implant has to be removed.

The implant is also affected by time. It can break, wear out, shift and finally stop working. This means that you will have to undergo a new operation and buy another implant.

But if you have already decided that you cannot live without an implant, you should have some tests and a consultation with a specialist, asking questions such as:

Do I need a permanent or removable implant? - This is a very important question, because if the implant is permanent, you need to know the expiry date, and if it is removable, how long it will stay with you.

Do you have any experience in carrying out such operations? - Experience is essential in any business, and even more so in a doctor's practice! The more experienced your doctor is, the more likely you are to have a positive outcome.

_What will my implant be made of?_- What if you are allergic to the material used in the implant? Make sure you get advice on this!

Are there any side effects and what are they? - You need to know and be prepared for the risks after surgery.

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Cyborgs among us

With the development of nanomedicine and neurotechnology, what once seemed like fantasy is becoming reality. Many of you, I think, have seen the sci-fi action film The Terminator. with Schwarzenegger in the lead role. Now those same "Terminators" exist in our lives, not on our TV screens.

Cyborgs appear to people as a threat to society, the precursors of the technological revolution. But they are not.

The usual understanding of a cyborg combines the living (organic) and the non-living (mechanical) . This concept has now been expanded. People with implants, pacemakers and even contact lenses are considered to be terminators, as these benefits enhance human abilities. Soon everyone will be able to become a cyborg, because everyone wants to get rid of their physical disabilities.

Now let's talk about those people who have already managed to become the ****"terminators" of our time.

• Neil Harbisson

Neil is an artist with congenital achromatopsia. This means that he could only see black and white colours. Now he has an electronic eye which allows him to see not only ordinary colours but also colours beyond the normal human perception.

• Dr. Kevin Warwick

His nickname is "Captain Cyborg" and he is a lecturer at the University of Reading. Since his youth he has experimented with different technologies and with himself. He once had a chip implanted in his hand that allowed him to operate electrical appliances without touching them. Warwick even implanted an unusual chip in his wife, which allowed him to feel everything she felt. Now his goal is to become the most powerful cyborg ever, which is why he is the founder of the Cyborg Project.

• Jesse Sullivan

He was an ordinary electrician until he was electrocuted so badly in May 2001 that doctors had to amputate both his arms. But a solution was found! The Chicago Institute replaced Jesse's hands with bionic ones. They move when a person thinks about them, and also allow him to sense the temperature and how hard he is squeezing his hand.

• Jerry Jalava

Jerry Jalava is a programmer from Finland. He has had two consecutive motorbike accidents where he lost his left ring finger.
He gave up a conventional prosthesis and opted for something cooler. A prosthesis with a 2GB USB port!!!

• Cameron Clapp

Cameron lost both legs and an arm when he was 15 on the railway tracks because he fainted. Even that didn't stop him from becoming an athlete and activist! He now has prosthetic limbs that are controlled by a microprocessor and allow him to live a normal life.

• Professor Steve Mann

He was one of the world's first cyborgs, creating a headset that enabled video and audio playback and recording.
In 2012, McDonald's employees tried to steal his invention while he was on holiday with his family.

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In today's article, we will take a look at a new emerging area of medicine - nanomedicine. To begin with, it is worth understanding what it is. Nanomedicine is a field in medicine that uses nanotechnology to achieve results. The materials used in nanomedicine are very different from what we are used to because they are much smaller. This size makes it possible to work with DNA, proteins and to interact with human organs and tissues at different levels.

By using nanomedicine, doctors have the opportunity to detect disease at an early stage, to prevent it, and to diagnose, treat and monitor complex diseases such as AIDS, cancer and so on.

At the moment, scientists are conducting research in various fields of medicine using nanotechnology. There are already some 80 successfully marketed products in the fields of pharmacology, diagnostics, medical imaging, nanotechnology and much more.

The impact of nanomedicine

There is no doubt that nanomedicine, like any other technological breakthrough, has quite an impact on other areas of medicine, such as regenerative, personalized and targeted medicine. It provides a whole new level of treatment, diagnosis and medicine. It can also help with human problems such as aging!

Through the use of nanotechnology in medicine, health care efficiency can be improved, allowing many medicines and treatments to be made available to the entire population.


Nowadays, medicine is still trying to find cures for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, various cardiovascular diseases, sclerosis, HIV and other inflammatory and infectious diseases. Most of these diseases affect not only the health of the patient, but also the surrounding society in one way or another. As such, there are now high hopes for nanomedicine to help tackle all these terrible diseases and make this treatment available to all.

Some areas of medicine are waiting to develop this new direction, while others are already taking advantage of nanotechnology to the extent that they can. For example, they are used in targeted drug delivery systems, nanoscale diagnostics (detecting disease as early as possible), and artificial organs (skin, tissue and cartilage).

Safety first!

As with any medicine or medical device, there are both benefits and possible risks to the patient in nanomedicine. At the moment, some projects are urgently investigating this issue so that nanotechnology can be used in medicine as soon as possible. In addition, there may be a problem with society's acceptance of new treatments and scientists also need to come up with a smooth way of introducing nanomedicine into current realities.

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Over the past 30 years, neurobiology has evolved rapidly and has been introduced into our lives. What once seemed like a fantasy from the distant future is now available. We can now use brain activity to change and control our environment through computers. Such technology is called BMI.

BMI converts the brain signals collected by the computer system and creates commands from them that can be executed on behalf of a person. The data is collected using electroencephalography.

What does BMI consist of?

  1. Signal acquisition device (electrodes with amplified signal)
  2. Extracting and recording signs, analysing a person's brain waves and generating their actions
  3. Output the information to the system and use it in a computer or mechanised device

This system started to be used back in the 1970s. Scientists first tried to use the concept on the monkey brain and later on the human brain. But the results were hard to use under those conditions. Now, with the development of information technology, scientists have been able to use this research and computerise it.

Where are EEGs used?

All mechanisms working on the EEG system collect electrical activity of the brain generated at postsynaptic membranes. This is done using electrodes as they are quite safe.

Researchers are now trying to incorporate the EEG system into neurorehabilitation. For example, people who have had a stroke or other severe trauma that has impaired their musculoskeletal function go through a long period of rehabilitation. There have been a number of studies that prove that people recover much faster with the help of the EEG.

Of course, like every phenomenon, EEG machines using BMI technology have certain disadvantages. The main one is that this technology cannot catch all of the brain's signals, as they are sometimes located outside or in hidden corners of the brain. These signals can only be picked up if a person has been practising controlling their brainwaves for a long time.

There is also an invasive method such as electrocorticography. Here the electrodes are located between the protective layers and the brain, which allows a good signal to be obtained at low clinical risk, and it also allows cortical activity to be read. Electrocorticography is currently being used to develop robotic arms, as well as to create speech machines for dumb people.

Where is an EEG not used?

  1. Neuro-gaming is an interesting app that relies not only on brainwaves, but also on other parameters such as heart rate, pupil size, facial expression and so on. In it, the computer game is tuned to a person's mood. The app has enabled the team of scientists to help children with musculoskeletal problems.

  2. Neurofeedback is a non-EEG method that monitors muscle contraction using electromyography. This method allows you to monitor your mental state and manage illnesses such as hyperactivity, attention deficit, teeth grinding and others.

To summarise, BMI is a very important evolving field of science that can offer us new ways of treating complex diseases. In the near future, medical professionals will be able to better understand the human brain and the processes that take place in it, and to incorporate this knowledge into machines. Interested? We are looking forward to more research and discoveries!

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Cosmetic Iris Implants Carry Risk of Permanent Eye Damage

Eyes are one of the most noticeable parts of our bodies. Also eyes color plays a big role in a culture of “romance”, when people praise dark brown, sea blue and emerald green eyes.

That is why many people are really concerned about their eye color and dream of changing it. Recently colorful contact licenses were extremely popular. However, they can change your eye color only temporary

The permanent change of eyes’ color was not possible until recent times, so know there is a procedure that allows you to obtain the desirable eye color as well as various eyes’ diseases that cause serious damages to the eyes.

As know it is iris that is responsible for our eye color. So now there are iris implants that are proclaimed to be absolutely. But statistics as well as researches show the opposite. There are many cases when patients lost their eye color in both eyes almost completely, experienced an unbearable light sensitivity and even eyesight loss.

The procedure
The local anesthesia is done. Than an implant is formed from silicone of the size of your iris. The small cut is done on your cornea and the implant is inserted.

Possible complications

•partial or complete blindness



•injury to cornea


According to statistics 9 of 14 patients who underwent the procedure need the implants to be removed because of the complications. The removal requires the additional procedure that has its risks of damaging eyes too.

Nowadays the procedure is approved almost nowhere in the world. That is why in the US for example people travel to Panama to undergo the procedure.

Jody Mills
Pros And Cons Of Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is a technology of the future. They integrate and shape matter on an atomic and molecular scale. Nanotechnology is needed in many fields such as medicine, engineering, computing and more. Of course, they also have disadvantages. We will look at all of these in this article!

Why is it important to produce nanomaterials?

Nanomaterials such as nanotubes or nanoparticles and others are only a few atoms in size with excellent insulating properties, so they could be the impetus for the development of new technologies!

MIT’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering (DMSE) in 2021 created super strong nanofibres that do not break down over time and can even exist outside water.

Pros in power and electronics:

  • changes in the way energy is generated and used (e.g. reducing the cost of building solar panels);

  •creating new methods for obtaining and storing information;

  •building new precision circuits at the atomic level.

The benefits of using nanotechnology in medicine:

  •reduced operation time and increased accuracy;

  •using nanobots to heal from within;

  • improving the quality of medicines produced at the molecular level;

  • identifying different infections using nanotubes.

The downside of nanotechnology

There used to be some version of the world developing with the development of nanotechnology called ‘grey slime’. In this variant, nanobots start to consume everything around them to make their own kind. Fortunately, this option has been disproved by scientists, but new toxins could be produced as nanotechnology develops.

Also possible major economic changes. Products made with nanotechnology will begin to have a major impact on the product market. Structural unemployment is also likely to increase as some companies become obsolete and are forced out of the market.

It is also possible to create almost invisible recording devices. These can be used by military personnel to create more powerful and computerised weapons. In the event that criminals get hold of these weapons, terrible, irreversible consequences could ensue.

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation In The Fight Against Addiction

Many people around the world suffer from various addictions, such as alcoholism, psychoactive substances, nicotine and many others. According to new statistics, 21.5 million Americans suffer from addictions! About 80,000 people die from overdoses each year in the USA. Recently, a tool has appeared on the technology market that can help people cope with their addictions. The technology is called transcranial magnetic stimulation. Let’s look at how this technology can help people cope with addiction.

TMS was used 10 years ago by doctors to treat symptoms of depression when antidepressants did not work, as well as Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, chronic pain and schizophrenia. TMS is a non-invasive procedure.

So how is it done?

A coil is placed on the patient’s head, transmitting magnetic pulses of 10-20 GHz into the brain. The threshold is adjusted according to the frequency of movement of the person’s foot or thumb. The therapy is carried out in sessions of 30 minutes, several times a week for a month. Scientists say that the alternating magnetic field improves communication between individual areas of the brain.

In 2013, the National Institute on Drug Abuse decided to experiment with TMS in the fight against addiction. In their experiments, they used cocaine-addicted rats, which were willing to suffer any pain just to get the desired dose. Once the brains of these rats were stimulated, the addiction immediately disappeared.

Luca Rossi, a well-known Italian doctor, and his father were addicted to crack cocaine. They decided to turn this problem to a drug addiction specialist, Luigi Galimberti, who used TMS technology on them. And it worked! By stimulating the ventromedial prefrontal cortex with magnetic pulses, many addictions were cured!

So how does addiction come about?

The problem is that addiction hijacks the reward circuit in the brain, which saturates it with dopamine. This gives us a sense of euphoria while using drugs, alcohol and other addictions. But each time we do, the brain gets used to more dopamine, and it becomes scarce. It needs another dose, and another. But transcranial magnetic stimulation technology reduces brain activity in the area of addiction, which helps fight it. The results of the first such study were presented in the journal Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging by the Medical University of South Carolina.

Other studies have also been carried out. Tonisha Kearney-Ramos conducted a study where he took 24 alcoholics and 25 cocaine addicts as subjects. Most of them had a TMS session, but one person had a false TMS session. The scientist then looked at the subjects’ reactions to the objects of their addictions. It turned out that those subjects who had undergone real therapy showed less brain activity towards their addiction than the person who had undergone false therapy.

Brain activity in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex also manifests itself in various other illnesses, such as anxiety, PTSD, traumatic brain injury and others. Research is now underway to apply TMS technology to patients with these conditions as well.

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What You Need To Know About Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is a procedure of changing your breast shape and size for next 7-12 years. For this purposes breasts implants from silicone, saline or alternative materials are used.

The procedure is gaining more and more popularity. From 2000 the number of breast augmentation raised on 31%.

What for?

Why do people undergo this procedure? The reasons are the following:

1. Esthetical purposes :

•Make small breasts bigger;

•Restore its shape after breast feeding/surgery;

•Make breasts symmetrical.

2. Health purposes: Some people undergo the procedure because of the cancer, as implants might help to stop it.


As it has already been mentioned there are three types of breasts implants: silicone, saline and from alternative materials.

Silicone implants. Silicone implants are silicone shell filled with silicone gel. Unfortunately, with this type of implant patients have to have checks quite often as the gel from the shell may leak and cause serious health problems.

Saline implants are silicone shells filled with saline solution such as salt water. The amount of solution varies depending on desired breast size and shape. If the implants leak its solution will be naturally absorbed by your body.

Implants with alternative materials may be filled with oil, polypropylene and other substances.

Before the surgery

Firsts of all, think carefully if the surgery is essential and desired. You can talk to your relatives, friends and a psychologist.

It is also important to choose the correct implant size. So book an appointment with your doctor and prepare in advance.

Be ready to be under anesthesia. Both types: local and general might be used.


As known the surgery of breasts enlargement requires incision. Due to breasts anatomy the following options are available:

•Inframmammary incision, done in the crease under the breast;

•Transaxillary incision, in the armpit;

•Periareolar incision, around the nipple.

After the cut is done it is time to put the implant inside. Or might be put under the pectoral muscle or behind the breast tissue, over the pectoral muscle.

Than a couple of stitches and the procedure is done. Initially, the scar will be seen but it will fade with time.

Recovery process

First of all, find someone who will take you home after the surgery as you won’t be able to drive after anesthesia. When anesthesia is gone out of your body you might experience pain so do not forget the painkillers. The doctor will advise you on allowed activities and the most comfortable bra.

After the procedure the following issues should be resolved:

•When you can contact your doctor;

•Which medicine to take;

•Get the list of prescriptions;

•What is the date of your follow-up visit.

Contact your doctor immediately if you experience sudden pain, fever, skin burning, chest pains, fasten heartbeat or any other symptoms.

Possible risks

Unfortunately, almost 50% of people who have done breast enlargement face complications after the procedure. 21% of women remove the implants or have an additional surgery in 3 years’ time.

Possible risks:





•Loss of sensation;

•Scar may last forever;

•Neurological problems (with thinking and memorizing);

•Wrinkled skin above implants;

•Wrong or weird shape.

Sometimes breasts implants may cause breast cancer (1 in 1,000 cases). Breastfeeding may also become unavailable.


The procedure is extremely expensive. In 2015 it costed around $4,000 and removal around $3,000. And of course do not forget about the replacement cost and doctor’s checkups.

How to choose a doctor

When looking for a professional make sure:

•Certificates are real;

•The doctor has a successful experience;

•The surgery will be conducted in a licensed medical facility;

•High ethics of the doctor .

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Career Coaching

With the speedy increase of employment possibilities withinside the healthcare sector, it’s no surprise some of the customers enrolling in fitness professions programs are embarking on a 2nd profession. Many have a preceding university diploma but stay annoyed to recognize professional achievement withinside the latest economy.

At the same time, instructional programs in healthcare have diverse with a few supplying the benefit of improved and online coursework. Adult beginners are flocking to healthcare jobs – attracted through growth, steady income, and the chance to assist others.

Whether you work as a professional practitioner in a university of nursing setting or a country fitness care system or perform a personal practice, what have you maintain in your thoughts while serving this populace inquisitive about healthcare careers? Here are healthcare demanding situations that professional practitioners would possibly need to acknowledge and cope with clients.

First, many customers underestimate the rigorous bodily needs of healthcare roles. Nurses, bodily therapists, radiology staff, and others who work in medical institution settings regularly work numerous consecutive twelve-hour shifts. While most freshmen are interested in running a shorter workweek, new graduates and 2nd profession employees regularly report exhaustion after their extensive shifts and sleep through the next day or to recover. Their phantasm of “three days on, four days off” is speedily dispelled, developing unhappiness and scheduling troubles for families.

Betsy, a second professional nurse with children, called me to mention that when seven months at the job, she felt she had made a professional mistake. She defined the stress, excessive affected person volumes, fast-converting priorities, and worn-out feet that plagued her. Angela, another second professional nurse with a past in actual property sales, stopped through my workplace with comparable concerns. Both ladies have been in their 40’s, in a proper physical situation, and quite devoted to their new profession. Yet they defined exhaustion, bodily ache, and persistent fatigue that interfered with their circle of relative’s time and feel of well-being.

Having excelled in their studies, the second-profession nurses brought value to their roles because of their existing experience, their validated work ethic, and properly strain control skills. Yet right here they were, suffering to keep up with the needs of a position they have been completely educated to perform – an activity in which lifestyles and loss of life choices are made daily.

A second-profession physical therapist assistant additionally mentioned affected by joint aches and lower back problems. Even with university degrees, she nevertheless concerned approximately the future. She works weekdays at a veteran’s medical institution and Saturdays at a rehabilitation medical institution to cover her mortgage. Dealing with each day’s fatigue and pain, she wonders how her body will keep for the long road to retirement.

While many settings hire healthcare staff (doctor’s offices, schools, insurance companies, etc.), hospitals keep steering the employment and that’s where long shifts and unpredictable affected person volumes are commonplace. Adding to the bodily call is the fact that greater Americans are overweight than ever before.

Another attention for nurses and different healthcare specialists pertains to a phenomenon recognized as “compassion fatigue.” It is a constellation of signs stemming from stress, exhaustion, and a few could argue, too many regulations – all of which can be thrust upon the ones in healthcare roles. A domestic fitness nurse commented that she spends forty-five minutes of her initial hour-lengthy affected person go to documenting facts required through her employer and regulators.

While supplying care to customers is in the middle of their professional choice, that foundation of worrying can emerge as brittle and crack beneath neath continual stress, ensuing in behaviors starting from rudeness or anger to sleeplessness, melancholy, or substance abuse. While everybody in a caring career can experience “compassion fatigue,” second profession healthcare workforce can be in extra danger due to caregiving needs on them at home – from younger kids to aging parents. Not only is this burn-out heartbreaking for the employee, but it’s also far devastating to sufferers. Instead of being dealt with with care and respect, an affected person may come upon an exhausted, irritated healthcare provider.

We can not expect which customers will be afflicted by the physical needs of the activity or from compassion fatigue, a holistic dialogue of healthcare careers can cope with those capability place of work risks. Also, the professional practitioner may talk about the form of self-care the purchaser practices and inquire how they could avoid the place of work damage and compassion fatigue. The bodily and emotional needs of being concerned for others to do now no longer want to discourage the ones concentrated on healthcare careers. But recognition of those elements as a part of a holistic professional counseling software can equip your customers to consider the place of work realities and plan for the extra hard factors of caregiving careers.

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Dru Yoga

Dru Yoga is a sort of yoga that began in 1978 at Bangor University by a gathering of yoga aficionados: Mansukh Patel, Chris Barrington, Rita Goswami, Annie Jones, and John Jones.

Its birthplaces and lessons were propelled by crafts by Francis of Assisi and Mahatma Gandhi. Its name, Dru, alludes to the Hindu divinity, Dhruva who was lined in the house on the Pole Star. It is purported because yoga expects to interface yogis with their own “inward star”.

Dru Yoga attempts to achieve mending and solidarity through joining the actual act of asanas with pranayama, mudras, and unwinding.

Dru Yoga is more delicate than numerous types of yoga practice, yet its points and center are both profound and unpretentious. Even though it takes care of the job on an actual level, it is additionally said to achieve positive change by rebalancing both the chakras.

Dru Yoga works with sets of stances, breathwork, and contemplation in successions known as “energy block discharge.” These can be customized to explicit requirements, for example, developing more force or relinquishing compelling feelings. A Dru Yoga class may start for certain warm-up activities known as “initiations” before starting these successions.

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History of Scarification

Probably you have already heard about scarification. Scarification is now the new way to modify your body that many people equal to tattoos.

Actually, scarification is a procedure, when due to cutting, burning or scratching skin, a person can get images on his skin. In simple words the person gets his skin wounded and due to its healing and extra amount of collagen the wound can be formed in any part of his body.

Scarification is extremely popular among people with darker skin as these scars can be seen perfectly.


Historically, scarification has been practiced in Africa, Australia, Papua New Guinea, South America, Central America, and North America. The first proofs of scarification as a cultural thing were found in Jordan ( dated 8000 B.C.E.).Fertility goddnesses’ statues were covered in scars.

Obviously, artificially made scares had their own spiritual meaning and made people gather in groups according to the same beliefs, spirituality, cultural identity, cultures and social status.

Many years ago scarification were banned by many governments as the cruel way to “mark” a person. However, now it is back but mostly as a new way to modify and “improve” body.

Scarification got back to life in the 20th century by punks and other informal groups. They practiced scarification for the same reasons our ancestors did: to outline their identity and their belonging to a certain race, spiritual flow, religion and opinion group.

There are few types of scarification procedure:



◻️Chemical scarification

◼️Abrasion Scarification

◻️Emphasizing Scars

Cutting is a process of making scares of 1⁄17-inch depth to form the right pattern of a planned image using a sharp instrument such as blade, scalpel and other medical tools.

Skinning is a method to create a scar pattern on a big area of skin. The area where the scar is meant to be is getting cut. Than using a scalpel the skin got lifted and that is who the pattern or symbol appears on your skin.

Chemical scarification is a new method of scarring your skin via burning it with chemicals.

Abrasion scarification is a friction to take away the epidermis layers of pores and skin to create scarring. Power equipment prepared with sandpaper, metallic wool, or grinding stones are most of the contraptions hired to create abrasion scarification. Abrasion scarification also can be completed with guide strain, however energy equipment expedite the process. This technique creates diffused scars, except immoderate strain is carried out with the abrasion scarifier.

Emphasizing Scars is a procedure when the skin get cut again and again to from the right shaped wounds. Sometimes substances such as clay or ink might be injected inside the wounds to prevent the sin from fast healing.

Scarification risks

As with other body modifications there are risks of blood infections and diseases. Sometimes cuts can be too deep so it might seriously influence your health. And of course, it is important to keep in mind that scars will stay with you forever.

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