How To Treat Bunions
March 29, 2013 – 12:00 am | No Comment
A bunion is a deformity that is mainly made up of a lateral deviation of the great toe which enlarges due to a tissue or a bone. It is a serious foot problem. These are formed within the foot and not on the surface of the foot. An arthritic condition and  a result of bone degeneration it is found as  a lump on the outside portion of the big toe. Bunions are seen near the joint of the toe and sometimes  [...]

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Guide Dogs – The 4-Legged Dependable Disease Detectors & Soothers
May 31, 2011 – 12:05 am | No Comment
Guide Dogs – The 4-Legged Dependable Disease Detectors & Soothers
Dogs are service animals programmed for pleasing. With the right training they are capable of doing amazing things. Guide dogs are presently trained to be useful for myriad tasks like alert diabetes patients about perilous plummets in levels of blood glucose, help children with autism socialise & veterans for better coping with PTSD or also notifying a mother suffering from deafness when her infant is bawling. Here’s an elucidation of top health problems for which guide dogs are deployed & the manner in which they are getting their tasks done. Detecting Cancer A dog has an unparalleled sense of smell – approx. 1 million times more potent as compared to that of human-beings – & easily detect chemical matters with dilution to some ppt. The knack of the canine specie to spot cancers initially came to light in the later part of the 1980s when a domesticated canine cautioned his master of skin cancer by having repetitively sniffed the skin sores. Since ten years back, many  [...]


Causes of Stress – Targeting Job Related Stress
November 18, 2010 – 4:33 am | One Comment
Causes of Stress – Targeting Job Related Stress
To begin with, this is not an era to make comparisons between men and women, and then degrade the women. Females are gaining, or should I say have gained, equal importance in the domestic as well as professional world as that of men. But now they wish they weren’t equal in everything. Researches have been continually producing results that bring up news like the rate of heart diseases in male population is elevating pertaining to increasing stress of the jobs. Now it’ll be about women giving them a competition in this sector too. Women with more stressed jobs are more risked towards the heart attack and strokes. Female workers who are posed under immense stress of work are found to have more problems like high blood pressures, diabetes, mini strokes, etc. to deal with, as compared to the women who have less stressful jobs to work on. One of the major, but often ignored, causes of stress due to a job is the contrasting difference between one’s likes and the job. It is purely simple  [...]


Qigong for Good Health
September 3, 2010 – 1:31 am | One Comment
Qigong for Good Health
Qigong is a mind-body practice involving a series of poses & exercises – inclusive of gradual, spherical movements – regulating breaths, focused meditating and self massaging. There is an array of approaches and are categorized into medical, spiritual and soldierly. Several styles in qigong are quite gentle in nature as compared to tai chi and easily adaptable. Other styles are more energetic kung-fu like moves. One exceptional quality about qigong is its capability of training the mind for directing the body’s chi (energy) to any area of the body. Several individuals deem that when moved precisely, chi could get the body into an innate state of poise. Qigong is considered beneficial in relaxing tendon, mind, joint, muscle and internal organs – improving blood circulation, allaying pains & strain and restoring health. Myriad health benefits abound in case of qigong which comprise of: Enhanced strength & vivacity. Lowered stress & strain. Boosted  [...]


Whip Away The Holiday Doldrums
September 25, 2009 – 11:10 am | No Comment
Whip Away The Holiday Doldrums
Holidays always doesn’t tend to bring with it desired happiness and cheerfulness. Sometimes it leaves at your disposal, lots of depression and terrorizing events that perturb your thoughts all the time. So, anything like this fears you, don’t keep quiet and try to withhold your problems within yourself. This will create further problems and is damaging to you both mentally and physically. Open up and speak out whatever is poking you, get close to a friend or other loved one and emote your feelings. And if you require help, your friends will provide you with it, after they hear your thoughts. Don’t hesitate to ask for it. As Michael Carius also suggests the same by saying “Remember to take some time for yourself. If everything doesn’t get done, the world is not going to fall apart.” Feeling low after facing some holiday blues is common phenomenon. If you are the one who is the victim of the same, because you have lost your loved one in the recent times or sometime around the  [...]


Kick Back Your Worries
September 24, 2009 – 8:25 pm | No Comment
Kick Back Your Worries
What can ease you during your hard times is the courage concealed inside you for tackling the worst nightmares of life? You can’t always expect from the life to always bestow happiness, because people who get everything start taking things for granted. Imagine by your own consciousness that if everything happens good with yourself, you will not relish it fully as it would be the regular thing that you ultimately get to achieve. If you never saw the face of unhappiness, how will you respect the positivity of cheerfulness? Therefore it is essential game of life to take you to twists and turns so that you start recognizing its importance. Hence, life sometimes gives hard knocks over the face that chokes us adversely and we have a great fall backwards and we take a long time to revivify into life. But you need to understand that you have to rebounce quickly and start leading life happily. There is an exemplary set by this audacious woman named De’shazior Hill who in 2006 got divorced  [...]


Being Human
September 24, 2009 – 9:40 am | No Comment
Being Human
Want to grab all the happiness and be hale and hearty. Add some goodness to your routine, mark my words you will attain the most joyousness that you haven’t met yet. Even research has confirmed this; it says that benevolence can boost your mental as well as your physical health. Also researcher Stephen Post, Ph.D. at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine says “It’s good to be good, and science proves it.” Step ahead and get to know about acts that can enhance your health and turn your world into a paradise of bliss and ecstasy. Reach Out to Stress Less Are you filled with delightfulness? So, you are the perfect choice for this. Didn’t get my point? I am explaining… Actually, the National Institute of Health monitored the brain activity of the people who voluntarily distributed money as a part of game instead of keeping it with themselves. When they did this charity, it was reported that a brain part got activated which released hormone called ‘Oxytocin’  [...]


Ways To Approach A Depressed Friend
September 23, 2009 – 6:05 pm | One Comment
Ways To Approach A Depressed Friend
Getting nervous as to what will you speak to your depressed friend? Your words do not do the contradictory job of pricking instead of healing the injuries. So note some helpful concerning comments that can help your companion to recover from depression. Also, Claudia Strauss who has penned down ‘Talking to Depression: Simple ways to connect’, suggests “It’s not that bad” and “Things will get better” perhaps are the most worst things to say, because they sound like you are not taking the condition seriously.” So try these keys when someone close around you is depressed. “Is everything OK?” Never offer undesirable advice. When you call your friend, just let her utter her grievances and hear them patiently. “Can I come over?” Often it happens that the people who are depressed, they try to hideout or seek solitary from others. If your friend is behaving in the same manner and refusing your company, acquire her companionship by seeking help like ask her to accompany  [...]


Show Green Signal…Get Going
September 23, 2009 – 9:25 am | No Comment
Show Green Signal…Get Going
Are you a kind of person who hangs up with work that can be finished today but you save it for tomorrow? So, check out my cool tips which can show the door to this impediment and get you going with your work. It’s just about efficient time management, that’s all… so guys check these out... Think in pieces: If you are messing up with some ominous project, so deal with it in pieces, suggests Laura Stack, who has written the book ‘The Exhaustion Center.’ For easier accomplishment, divide it in small parts and work with each at a particular time. This will turn your job an easy-do. Bribe yourself: Yeah, this is an appropriate way to let flow things swiftly. Therefore everytime you complete a task, induce yourself with another to-do. For instance: I will watch Friends only after I finish this work, see how fluently you finish it, for a glance of your favorite show. Speak out: Speak about your project and time till you will wind it up to a close friend. Ask her to inquire  [...]