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Saturday, February 27, 2016

The Importance of Napping

The desire for a short nap during the day does not arise out of laziness, rather the need for the body to rejuvenate.

In the modern world, we’re often compelled to be as productive as possible during as many hours of the day as we can be.   We may feel like taking a nap but feel guilty about indulging in even ten minutes of rest.

This need for personal downtime, which many people experience in the early afternoon, isn’t a sign of laziness nor is it necessarily related to how much sleep you had the night before. There was even a time when taking a nap was considered a natural part of everyone’s day, my grandfather used to have a nap after lunch every day and lived to a ripe old age.

Napping is judged by many to be a pastime for children or the elderly, however, having a nap can benefit people of all ages.  The desire to nap is a trait shared by many mammals, and napping is still an important part of the day in some countries. Half-hour naps can  promote physical well-being, and improve your mood and memory.

A 20-minute nap can sharpen your senses and revitalize you, while a ten minute nap can leave you feeling more cheerful.

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In order to fully enjoy the benefits of napping, you may need to give yourself permission to nap. Feeling guilty about snoozing or worrying about your to-do list won’t do you much good when you are trying to take a nap because your thoughts or feelings will keep you awake.

Try to nap at the same time each day, and use an alarm clock to ensure that you don’t sleep for too long. If you go to an office, try crawling under your desk for a nap, just watch out for the dust bunnies:-)

 Learning to nap and enjoy its restorative benefits can help you wake up restored, rejuvenated, and ready for the rest of your day.

  It's so important to realize that every time you get upset, it drains your emotional energy. Losing your cool makes you tired. Getting angry a lot messes with your health.
― Joyce Meyer

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Eating Right to Feel Better

What we eat and drink can have a powerful effect on our ability to focus, mental clarity, mood, and stress levels.

At its simplest, food is fuel. Though our preferences regarding taste and texture can vary widely, we all rely on the foods we eat for energy. Most people are aware that it is vital we consume a diverse assortment of foods if we aspire to maintain a state of physical well-being.

However, the intimate connection between diet and our mental well-being is less understood. Just as the nutritional components in food power the body, so too do they power the mind. Some foods can impair cognitive functioning and sap our energy while others heighten our intellectual prowess and make us feel vigorous. What we eat and drink can have a powerful effect on our ability to focus, mental clarity, mood, and stress levels.

Food allergies, which don’t always manifest themselves in forms we recognize, can also play a significant role in the maintenance of mental health. Thus, for most of us, even a simple change in diet can have a profoundly positive impact on our lives.

Taking the time to explore whether anxiety, muddled thoughts, or inexplicable tension can be linked to a food allergy or food sensitivity can empower you to treat your symptoms naturally. The benefits of a healthier, more personalized diet are often felt immediately. Sugar, saturated fats, wheat, and dairy products are frequently allergens and can stress the body.

For people that are allergic, consuming them can cause imbalances in the physical self that have a negative effect on the body’s ability to nourish the brain. Water, fiber, nuts, unprocessed seeds, raw fruits and vegetables, and vegetable proteins, on the other hand, support physical and mental functioning by providing those nutrients we do need without additional substances we don’t.

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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Holistic Well-Being

When your body is physically ill, try treating your emotions too and view your body as a whole. 

Holistic well-being is, in part, the result of harmonious flow of energy between our physical and mental selves. When this flow is thrown out of balance for any reason, the body and mind react to one another rather than act cooperatively. 

Ongoing stress, sadness, anxiety, excitement, and fear can overwhelm the cerebral self, causing traumatic energy to be channeled into the body. The body then responds by taking steps to organically dispel the energy by means of physical symptoms such as illness, fatigue, or disease. 

In some cases, these symptoms can simply be allowed to run their natural course and recovery will come about naturally. In most instances, however, health and wellness can only be restored by a dual course of treatment that acknowledges both the physical manifestations of energy clearing and the underlying emotional causes. 

Many of the ailments we experience over the course of our lives can be indicative of the body’s attempts to process intellectual and emotional energy. Swollen glands, for example, can signal that you are going through a period of emotional cleansing. 

Even something as simple as a pimple can indicate that your body is ridding itself of toxins and old energy. In Chinese medicine, intense emotions are held in the body’s organs as a matter of course. Grief appears in the lungs, anger affects the liver, fear the heart, worry upsets the stomach, and the kidneys are affected by fright. 

Particular illnesses and symptoms represent the body’s attempts to clear emotional energy. Coughs or bronchitis can signify that the physical self is clearing away grief while a loss of appetite may signal worry. 


When you feel ill or imbalanced, treating yourself holistically rather than treating the physical self alone can empower you to determine the root cause of sickness. Since you understand that your physical symptoms may be an expression of emotional discomfort, you can establish a balanced treatment to ensure that you quickly recover your good health.

Thursday, January 1, 2015




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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

New launch - Mind Sync 3D

Stunning new technique in brainwave control

Mind Sync 3D is a brand new technique of brainwave entrainment. It combines the amazing effects of binaural beats, monochronic beats and isochronic beats. 

Binaural beats are described as a method of recording sound that uses two microphones, arranged with the intent to create a 3-D stereo sound sensation for the listener. 

Monocronic beats are where different frequencies or beats are recorded at the same time, existing at the same time.

Isochronic beats are regular beats of a single tone, creating sharp, distinctive pulses of sound

Further to this, it combines the frequencies in such a way that the brain cannot resist the entrainment and will lock into the altered consciousness state very quickly and without distraction. The combinations of different frequencies and intensity and timing of the binaural, isochronic and monaural effects has been optimized over many years of experimentation in the Mind Sync laboratories.

The programs are effective with or without the use of headphones and are even effective while you are asleep, quietly in the background while watching TV or when working out in the gym

All you need to do is play the specially coded music on your mp3 player or other music device and listen.....that's it .... it really is that simple could be getting the benefits in minutes

Titles include:

  • Astral projection
  • Alpha Meditation
  • Autogenics
  • Become Psychic
  • Brain Orgasm
  • Chi Power
  • Clairvoyance
  • Delta Meditation
  • Endorphin Release
  • Energizer
  • Epsilon Meditation
  • HGH Stim
  • Hypnotic Induction
  • Improve Memory
  • Increase IQ
  • Instant Meditation
  • Jet Lag
  • Lucid Dreaming
  • Magical Focus
  • Mood Elevator
  • Om Harmonic
  • Out of Body Experience
  • Past Life Regression
  • Power Nap
  • Precognition
  • Remote Viewing
  • Shaman
  • Sleep Reducer
  • 3D Solfeggio
  • Speed Learning
  • Stress Manager
  • Telepathy
  • Theta Meditation
Regardless of the woo woo factor, use this to get the most out of your life, simply by listening.... easy :-)

Get immediate control over 100% of your brains activity using 3D Mind Sync Technology

I'm all about easy, that's why i recommend trying these audios for yourself.

To your success
Ian B

Monday, December 29, 2014

5 Important Things You Should Do For Yourself Everyday

There are a few things in your life you should do every day. Those things will have a huge impact on your life and they will be very beneficial for your health, happiness and well being.

There are surely lots of other great things you may want to do on a daily basis, but if you only adopt those 5 habits listed below, you will enjoy a happy and fulfilled life.

#1: Eat healthy – your body will thank you
If you want to keep your body happy and healthy you need to make sure to eat healthy foods, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, drink enough water and avoid junk food as well as an excess of processed foods, sweets, alcohol…

You won’t feel the effects of bad nutritional habits immediately, but you surely will feel them in the long run. Just give it a try and adopt healthy eating habits for at least 1 month. You will be surprised how much better you feel. You will have more energy, be less tired during the day, sleep better, you will be able to concentrate better… and there are many other great benefits.

Believe me, changing your eating habits can change your entire life. You owe it to yourself. It requires some discipline at the beginning, but the huge benefits you gain from a healthy diet are well worth it.

#2: Enjoy your life in the here and now

The most important thing in your life is to feel good and it is important to do everything you can in order to be happy and to feel good right here and right now. Don’t put off your happiness for the future.

Don’t say you will enjoy your life 5 years from now when you made enough money or when you reached your career goals. If you put off your happiness for later, the time to be happy may never come.

Decide to be happy today. It doesn’t take a lot. Take a walk with your wife or husband. Enjoy a good movie. Take a relaxing bath…

#3: Laugh a lot

The more you laugh, the happier you will be and life – a great life – is all about being happy and feeling simply great. Don’t worry what others may think or say about you; If you feel like it, simply laugh out loud and enjoy it.

There are all sorts of things that make me laugh, a good comedy, a dog playing in the park, children having fun, someone telling a joke…

I’m sure you can find at least some opportunities every day to laugh or smile.

#4: Move your body

Exercising your body is equally important as a healthy nutrition. I’m not saying you should go jogging or do a 2 hour workout at the gym every day. Exercising and moving your body can be as simple as taking a 15 minute walk 5 times a week.

What’s most important is that you do something on a regular basis. And doing just a little bit is still dar better than doing nothing at all. So, if you only have 5 minutes, then get some fresh air and take a 5-minute walk.

#5: Simply be yourself
This sounds simpler than it really is, but it’s tremendously important for your well being and happiness. No matter what others may think or say about you, simply be yourself, be authentic and do whatever you think is best for you.

Take off all those heavy, uncomfortable masks and allow yourself to be your true self.

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"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." - Maya Angelou

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Friday, June 20, 2014

Nutritional Wellness

Food Concept: Greens

Green vegetables are the foods most missing in modern diets. Learning to cook and eat greens is essential to creating health. When you nourish yourself with greens, you will naturally crowd out the foods that make you sick. 

Greens help build your internal rainforest and strengthen the blood and respiratory system.  Green is associated with spring, the time of renewal, refreshment and vital energy. In Asian medicine, green is related to the liver, emotional stability and creativity.

Nutritionally, greens are very high in calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, phosphorous, zinc and vitamins A, C, E and K. They are crammed with fiber, folic acid, chlorophyll and many other nutrients.

Whenever possible, choose organic. But eating non-organic greens is much better than not eating any greens at all!

Some of the benefits of eating dark leafy greens are:

- Blood purification
- Cancer prevention
- Improved circulation
- Strengthened immune system
- Promotion of healthy intestinal flora
- Promotion of subtle, light and flexible energy
- Lifted spirit and elimination of depression
- Improved liver, gall bladder and kidney function
- Cleared congestion, especially in lungs by reducing mucus

There are so many greens to choose from. Find greens that you love and eat them often. When you get bored with your favorites, be adventurous and try greens that you’ve never heard of before. Broccoli is very popular among adults and children. Each stem is like a tree trunk, giving you strong, grounding energy. Rotate between bok choy, napa cabbage, kale, collards, watercress, mustard greens, broccoli rabe, dandelion and other leafy greens.

Green cabbage is great cooked or raw, or in the form of sauerkraut. Arugula, endive, chicory, lettuce, mesclun and wild greens are generally eaten raw, but can be consumed in any creative way you enjoy. Spinach, Swiss chard and beet greens are best eaten in moderation because they are high in oxalic acid, which depletes calcium from bones and teeth, and may lead to osteoporosis. Cook these vegetables with something rich like tofu, seeds, nuts, beans, butter, animal products or oil. This will help balance the effect of the oxalic acid.

SPECIAL TIP: The stinging nettle plant, sold as nettles in apothecaries and anywhere loose tea is sold, is an excellent source of green nourishment.

It is a great antihistamine, with a very high content of chlorophyll, iron, vitamin C, vitamin K and flavonoids; just to mention a few. It acts like a multivitamin and will adapt to your bodies unique needs over time. Make this as a standard infused tea- at least a cup a day of this over a period of time will greatly improve your overall health. Try it out!

Cooking Greens

Try a variety of methods like steaming, boiling, sautéing in oil, water sautéing, waterless cooking or lightly pickling, as in a pressed salad. Boiling makes greens plump and relaxed. Boil for under a minute so that the nutrients in the greens do not get lost in the water. You can also drink the cooking water as a health-giving broth or tea if you’re using organic greens.

Steaming makes greens more fibrous and tight, which is great for people who are trying to lose weight. Raw salad is also a wonderful preparation for greens. It’s refreshing, cooling and supplies live enzymes.


What are 2 things you know you could be doing differently for your health and wellness? Write this down so you will remember. Even if you are a seasoned greens eater, pick one new green to try this week.

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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

A simple test to assess your general fitness and health risks

Brazilian researchers have revealed a
simple test that may help predict your
longevity: how well you rise from a
seated position on the floor.

The sitting-rising test (SRT) involves a
score of 0-5 for each movement (sitting
and rising), with a combined 10 being
the highest score, awarded for those who
can sit and rise from the floor without any
assistance from their hands or knees.

While appearing simple, it actually gauges
a number of important factors, including
your muscle strength, flexibility, balance,
and motor coordination, all of which are
relevant to your functional capability and
general fitness.

To perform the test, simply sit down on
the floor, and then get up, using as little
assistance from your hands, knees, or
other body parts as possible.

For each body part that you use for
support, you will lose one point from
the possible top score of 10.

For instance, if you put one hand on the
floor for support to sit down, then use a
knee and a hand to help you get up, you
will "lose" three points for a combined
score of 7.

Research shows the numbers strongly
correlate with your risk of death within
the next six years.

For each unit increase in SRT score,
participants gained a 21 percent
improvement in survival. Specifically:

Those who scored 0-3 were 6.5 times
more likely to die during the 6-year-long
study than those who scored 8-10.

Those who scored 3.5 to 5.5 were 3.8
times more likely to die.

Those who scored 6 to 7.5 were 1.8
times more likely to die.

While I wouldn't take the results of this
study as "gospel" and become distressed if
you are 30 years old and score a 3, it does
provide an interesting perspective on the
connection between mobility and health
and can provide encouragement for many
to get back in shape.

Here's to vibrant vitality in your 40s, 50s
and heck... even your 90's and beyond!

"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." - Maya Angelou

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Sunday, January 26, 2014

Irish Medical Dictionary

Reproduced from somewhere for your enjoyment

 Irish Medical Dictionary

Artery: The study of paintings
Bacteria: Back door to cafeteria.
Barium: What you do when patients die.
Benign: What you be, after you be eight.
Caesarean Section: A neighborhood in Rome.
Cat-scan: Searching for Kitty.
Cauterize: Made eye contact with her.
Colic: A sheep dog.
Coma: A punctuation mark.
Dilate: To live long.
Enema: Not a friend.
Fester: Quicker than someone else.
Fibula: A small lie.
Impotent: Distinguished, well known.
Labour Pain: Getting hurt at work.
Medical Staff: A Doctor's cane.
Morbid: A higher offer.
Nitrates: Cheaper than day rates.
Node: I knew it.
Outpatient: A person who has fainted.
Pelvis: Second cousin to Elvis.
Post Operative: A letter carrier.
Recovery Room: Place to do upholstery.
Rectum: Nearly killed him.
Secretion: Hiding something.
Seizure: Roman emperor.
Tablet: A small table.
Terminal Illness: Getting sick at the airport.
Tumour: One plus one more.
Urine: Opposite of you're out.

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Senior moments

As I was lying around, pondering the problems of the world, I realized that at my age I don't really give a rat's ass anymore. If walking is good for your health, the postman would be immortal. A whale swims all day, only eats fish, drinks water, but is still fat. A rabbit runs and hops and only lives 15 years, while a tortoise doesn't run and does mostly nothing, yet it lives for 150 years. And you tell me to exercise?? I don't think so. Just grant me the senility to forget the people I never liked, the good fortune to remember the ones I do, and the eyesight to tell the difference. 

Now that I'm older here's what I've discovered:

1.. I started out with nothing, and I still have most of it.

2.. My wild oats are mostly enjoyed with prunes and all-bran.

3.. I finally got my head together, and now my body is falling apart.

4.. Funny, I don't remember being absent-minded.

5.. Funny, I don't remember being absent-minded.

6.. If all is not lost, then where the heck is it ?

7.. It was a whole lot easier to get older, than to get wiser.

8.. Some days, you're the top dog; some days you're the lamppost.

9.. I wish the buck really did stop here; I sure could use a few of them.

10. Kids in the back seat cause accidents.

11. Accidents in the back seat cause kids.

12. It's hard to make a comeback when you haven't been anywhere.

13. The world only beats a path to your door when you're in the bathroom.

14. If God wanted me to touch my toes, he'd have put them on my knees.

15. When I'm finally holding all the right cards, everyone wants to play chess.

16. It's not hard to meet expenses . . . they're everywhere.

17. The only difference between a rut and a grave is the depth.

18. These days, I spend a lot of time thinking about the hereafter . . .I go somewhere to get something, and then wonder what I'm "here after".

19. Funny, I don't remember being absent-minded.