Losing the connection


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Losing the connection

Hi.

Recently when I'm logged in to site after some seconds, for instance, I lose the connection and need sign in again. It happens on Firefox and Chrome.
Or another example, when I'm logged in to site and click on my nick name (right up corner) I lose the connection to site.

User: tiago

Some suggestion?

Tks !
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