The human body works in mysterious ways. There are a lot of nerves that resemble cables that are involved in running smoothly, and if something fails, the most peculiar symptoms begin to appear, like the example of an 25 chronos that only gets spasms when it solves Sudoku.
A study published this Monday in the medical journal JAMA Neurology describes the case of a 25-year-old skier from Germany, who managed to survive while trapped in an avalanche. This event took place in November 2008 and the skier before his adventure was perfectly fine in health of.
Contact with the avalanche left him with a ruptured spleen and a broken hip. Although he spent some time buried under the snow without enough oxygen he managed to survive until his friend they were skiing with found him and luckily he was a nurse and he immediately KARPA (Cardiopulmonary revitalization).
Ο άντρας αμέσως μεταφέρθηκε στο hospital και εκεί παρέμεινε για λίγες εβδομάδες, για όσο διάστημα δηλαδή έκριναν οι γιατροί ώστε να επουλωθούν τα εμφανή τραύματά του.
It was then transferred to a recovery unit. And there it was discovered that when he tries to solve a puzzle Sudoku, which is one of his favorite activities, suddenly begins to have unjustified cobreakin his left hand.
The man experiences these symptoms only when trying to solve Sudoku. Mathematical problems as well as other puzzles have no effect on it.
Η Live Science reports that the doctors after taking a series of tests found that 25 has a very active imagination every time he solves Sudoku, with which he manages to portray numbers in three dimensions and then tries to put them in order.
When he was caught in the avalanche, the oxygen deprivation made a certain region του εγκεφάλου που είναι γνωστή ως η δεξιά κεντρο-βρεγματική region και που λειτουργεί όταν κάποιος χρησιμοποιεί την 3D φαντασία του, να υπερενεργοποιηθεί. Η υπερδιέγερση αυτή με την σειρά της δημιούργησε ανεξέλεγκτες συσπάσεις στους μύες του.
His doctors prescribed anti-epileptic drugs and advised him to stay away from Sudoku puzzles.