are the instruments that produce the best sound in the whole world, at least for me. and oh, electric guitar too.
i LOVE listening to orchestras and piano perfomances, though i've never been to an official one, sadly. I wish someday I could listen to em, maybe a "Distant World Orchestra" perfomance? or maybe orchestra thrown by VGO orchestral team, though I highly doubt that they will come to Malaysia.. -.-
of course, other instruments are amazing too. bass, drums, flute and saxophone are my favourites too. basically everything sedap lah senang cerita.
blessed with sharp wisdom and intelligence, she had matured a long time ago, when her peers were still stuck in their child phase.
always the observant, absorbing everything around her, yet nothing comes out from her tongue, unless the situation urges her to ; making only relevant, needed words to be spoken out of her.
a compassionate and a soul full of empathy; always putting herself in someone else's shoes, empathizing instead of sympathizing, always soothen one's troubled heart with a carefully picked words, a fitting strands of word that one craves to hear when in distress.
she's the Quistis of my self rendered ff8.
and somehow, that makes it bearable staying here, without my best rival slash good friend, and my companion of sorts that are currently few thousand kilometres from here.
The hypothalamus in the brain has a thermostatic mechanism which controls body temperature. During fever, a protein called pyrogen is generated. This increases the synthesis of a compound called prostaglandin in the hypothalamus, raising its temperature set point.
Paracetamol acts as an antipyretic and inhibits the synthesis of prostaglandin. Paracetamol reduces fever by promoting heat loss (through sweating and cutaneous vasodilation) and thus helps reset the hypothalamic thermostat.