Thursday, March 31, 2011

11 New Breakthrough Cures From Around the World

The independent health research team at Natural Health Dossier has
just recorded a special presentation.

In the video, they talk about 11 of the world's best cures. Their
investigative team of doctors and medical researchers has scoured
the world to find what they believe are the absolute most effective
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If you delay in watching this, you might forget or the video might be
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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Arthritis Awareness

What is arthritis?

Arthritis is often referred to as a single disease. In fact, it is an umbrella term for more than 100 medical conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system, specifically joints where two or more bones meet.

Arthritis-related problems include pain, stiffness, inflammation and damage to joint cartilage (the tissue that covers the ends of bones, enabling them to move against each another) and surrounding structures. This can result in joint weakness, instability and deformities that can interfere with the most basic daily tasks such as walking, driving a car and preparing food.

Arthritis is the major cause of disability and chronic pain in Australia, with 3.85million Australians affected at a cost to our economy of more than $23.9 billion each year in medical care and indirect costs such as loss of earnings and lost production. As the population ages, the number of people with arthritis is growing. According to leading researcher Access Economics, current trends suggest that, by 2050, 7 million Australians will suffer from some form of arthritis.
There is a widely held belief that arthritis is simply a consequence of age, the pain of growing old. But it is not a natural part of ageing. In fact 2.4 million of all people suffering from the disease are of working age. Research suggests that early intervention can delay the onset of the disease and may reduce the number of cases of osteoarthritis by about 500,000 within 15 years.

While there are about 100 forms of arthritis, the three most significant - osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and gout - account for more than 95 per cent of cases in Australia. Arthritis is not yet curable. While the condition is usually manageable, it invariably impacts on a patient's quality of life and includes varying degrees of discomfort and pain.

The most common forms of arthritis are:
* Osteoarthritis
* Rheumatoid arthritis
* Gout
* Ankylosing spondylitis
* Juvenile arthritis
* Systemic lupus erythematosus (lupus)
* Scleroderma
Listed on Arthritis Australia
Arthritis Information/What is arthritis
Reviewed and updated February 2011

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Firey Energy Tomorrow (3 Instant Energy Hacks)

In just a moment, you'll discover how to get a surge of extra energy tomorrow.

But what is energy?

According to physicists, it's the capacity to do more "work."

When you are charged with energy at the office you knock off that "to-do" list in a fraction of the time.

Boosting mental *and* physical energy is key.

Here's one way to get more that you probably "know" but that you are likely neglecting.

Here it is, but keep reading - there's more to it than you may realize:

*Get more sleep*

According to Web MD Most adults need 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night.

What does "need" mean?

Consider this:

Did you know seventeen hours of sustained wakefulness leads to a decrease in performance equivalent to a blood alcohol-level of 0.05%?

That's the legal blood alcohol limit for driving in many countries.

So, getting 5 hours of sleep a night (as many of us do far too often) is like being drunk.

And if you don't take a cat nap, chances are, you're at 0.05 before you hit the sack.

Want proof more sleep could even save your life?

The extra-hour of sleep received when clocks are put back at the start of daylight in Canada has been found to coincide with a dramatic fall in the number of road accidents.

Are you beginning to see how serious this is?

Obviously, getting more sleep adds up to more energy.

(Your parents were right.)

Just by getting a healthy 7 or 8 hours of sleep tonight will allow you to experience a radical shift in your productivity tomorrow.

Here are some other ways to "hack" your energy levels tomorrow morning after you get a full night sleep tonight:

1. Spring out of bed quickly (lying around will keep you tired all day)

2. Drink at least 8 ounces of water immediately and stay hydrated (dehydration causes fatigue)

3. Eat a high protein meal (the amino acids in protein will help your brain create neurotransmitters to boost your brain power)

These may sound like small changes, but the effects they can have on your life are enormous.

If you have trouble finding enough energy to get the job done, if you feel like your brain is in a fog, or if you feel like you just don't have the "pep" you used to, then here's where you can get two more "body hacks" that will boost your energy even more - within a day:

With more energy, you can tackle more each day ... and get  more enjoyment after the work day is done.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

10 Tips for more energy everyday,

Unless you're like 20 years of age or younger, I'm sure you'd agree with me that it would be great to have more energy...

Follow these 10 steps and you’re sure to feel less stressed and more energetic in no time at all.

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1. Keep your bedroom pitch black when you sleep. When you remove all light stimulus (even from a clock or nightlight,) you get better REM sleep which leaves you feeling more rested. If you can’t make your room dark, wear an eye mask.

2. Drink a glass of lemon water as soon as you wake up. This helps the body alkalize, helping everything from digestion to immune function.

3. Do some form of morning meditation or prayer. This will actually help you keep your thoughts clear during the day and you will get better rest later that night.

4. Eat protein for breakfast. Eggs in the morning, for example, will give you more sustained energy than that bagel, muffin or croissant. It really doesn’t take too long to scramble an egg and the concerns about eggs and cholesterol are disproven.

5. Move your body mid-day. If you can’t get a workout in, run up the stairs a few times, do ten pushups or a couple downward-dogs (it’s a yoga move!) or a few jumping jacks. Movement is life. If you’re not moving, you’re degenerating. Sitting at a computer all day (or in a car commuting) zaps your energy. Find a way to move!

6. Get your laptop computer set up ergonomically. This might mean buying a separate keyboard and mouse so when you type your elbows can stay close to your body. Set the computer on a stand so that the screen is level with your eyes. This helps with elbow pain, neck strain and overall energy.

7. Cut the chemical junk out of your diet. Stay away from processed sugars and flours. These empty calories often just get wrapped in mucous in your body and stored as fat. If you don’t know what the ingredient is on the label (or can’t pronounce it,) then it’s better to just not eat it.

8. Learn to prepare greens. Dark leafy greens like kale and chard are some of the most energy producing nutrient-rich foods you can eat. Make them a regular part of your diet.

9. Keep your nerve system clear. A healthy spine and nerve system keeps the messages between your brain and body from being disrupted. Regular wellness chiropractic is a great tool for keeping energy high and the body healthy.

10. Go to bed on time. Getting to sleep early (by 10:30pm at the latest) maximizes the healing quality of sleep. Sleeping from 10pm to 5am for example, will yield more healing and energy than going to bed past midnight and sleeping until noon. Going to bed early and getting up early is a smart way to efficiently create health.

With these steps, one plus one equals three. The more you do, the more your body and mind thank you. Take an action today!