5 Things to Check Regarding the Car Before Winter Starts
Winter has come to the mountains even though we are in September, and in some big cities, the temperatures have become negative. It is clear that the summer is just a memory, so we must prepare for snow, blizzard, frost, and ice. What do we need to do before the "white hell" begins?
Mistakes That Turbo Car Drivers Make
I've told you in the past how to drive a turbo-diesel or a turbo gasoline car. But now we tell you what are the main mistakes made by drivers who own a car equipped with a turbocharger, whether it is diesel or gasoline. Mistakes that send the car much faster in service.
How to Reduce the Risk of Accidents on the Open Road
Even though summer is coming to an end, there are still various people who want to go on vacation. But any responsible driver can make sure of a few things before they go on the road, to be sure that the risk of being part of an accident decreases.
Mass Hysteria: How to React to Bad News and Stay Calm
An experiment was conducted in Canada in which participants were asked to view the news feed and read what they found most interesting. Special devices monitored their eye movement. The experiment showed that the negative news, especially the details of the suffering, attracted the most attention. Experiment participants could not explain their choice.
How to Overcome The Obsessive Fear of Getting Sick
Hypochondria is the constant fear of getting sick, the obsessive preoccupation with health, the identification of new symptoms, and the foreboding that something bad is about to happen, without the existence of objective causes.