Selasa, 09 April 2013

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Minggu, 07 April 2013

Three ways on how to maintain your health

Health is wealth, and this cannot be more true among professionals, whose livelihood depends on their presence and performance. Well-being is a vital component for its ability to perform tasks and maintain a level of ability for repeated execution of responsibility. If this is a compromise from the physical, emotional, spiritual, or mental illness, will be compromised his ability and so will his work. If you’re worried about staying in great shape, here are some tips that you can use to avoid compromising your condition.

First of all, you should develop a healthy lifestyle. See, as you age, your body tends to be less able to withstand the abuse. So dial back on vices — drinking, smoking and overeating, to name a few-and adapt a holistic attitude to take care of your body. Two of the most important habits that you must incorporate this new lifestyle is drinking lots of water and engage in exercise. The first allows you to consistently hydrate your body, ensuring cell life, maintenance of blood volume, as well as the continued release of toxins. The second helps burn fat and carbohydrates, preventing them from damaging vital organs, and also helps maintain strength, agility, sharpness and durability. Other rescue practices include a balanced diet, getting adequate sleep and by adapting a happy prospect.

Next, you need to present yourself to regular check-ups, whether or not you feel any symptoms. An annual physical examination is not burdensome or expensive, considering the impact when it comes to maintaining your health. Check-ups give insight into your body, which is not normally get on your own. Sure, you can read about how a certain symptom implies the existence of a certain condition, and what measures can pursue to resolve them. But the check-ups and diagnosis by a doctor gives you the exact information you need to make an effective plan to maintain yourself in good physical condition. On top of that, it gives access to preventive care knowledge, curative and palliative, that we cannot find independently.

Finally, you should try to keep your environment conducive to life. Your state of being is pretty much influenced by what is happening around you. What you see, hear, smell, touch and taste influences your life force-and even can make it stronger or weaker. The effort that put out to take care of your health should not only be confined internally but also externally. Are chained to the ground and sky, so if I ever receive poor support from them, he will die.

From the first glance you might think that maintaining a fitness is very demanding. But there’s really not much to it. If you accept it as part of the system, rather than an obligation to honour, you’ll have no problems seeing every orientation through until you get old. And without a doubt your success in this pursuit will become a rich man, in every sense of the word.

Three Questions to Ask Your Knee Surgeon

Are you an athlete who has been the victim of a severe leg injury? If so, then you are most likely preparing to undergo some kind of surgical procedure. If you are, then there are a few questions that you should be sure to ask your knee surgeon before the procedure. Surgery can be a frightening experience, but it doesn’t have to be. As long as you know what to expect in advance of your operation, you will be much more likely to handle the procedure well. You should find out from your doctor the details of the procedure, the expected recovery time, and what life will be like after the surgery.

The Procedure:

Prior to your surgery, you should sit down with your knee surgeon and ask him or her to describe the procedure that you are about to have. If you know precisely what the doctor is going to do, then this will help you to prepare yourself mentally for what is to come. The more mentally prepared you are, the more likely you will be to handle the stress of surgery, and this can go a long way in helping the procedure to be a success.

Recovery Time:

You should also talk candidly with your knee surgeon about the expected recovery time for the sort of operation that you are having. While everyone heals at a different rate, your doctor should be able to give you a good idea as to how long you will be out of commission. He or she will also be able to tell you what to expect during your recovery, and this can be a huge benefit. The more information you have about your recovery in advance, the better able you will be to prepare for the weeks after your surgery.

Getting Back to Normal:

Finally, you should ask your knee surgeon to give you his or her honest opinion about the extent of your recovery. You will want to have an idea of what to expect with respect to life after your surgery. In most cases, these operations are such that you will be able to completely regain the strength and range of motion that you had before your injury. However, you will want to speak with your doctor in order to find out just how likely a full recovery is. Once again, the more information you have, the better prepared you will be.

Fitness motivation-as an action movie could save your life

Contrary to popular opinion, not pop out of bed each morning excited to do my workout, I crave constantly clean my diet that consists of a lot of chicken, sweet potatoes and vegetables. I love what they did all those things to my body, but you need to find creative ways to stay inspired and motivated to dig deep each day. I’m not a fitness Super Hero!

A unique place I can usually count on to restart my fitness motivation is going to the cinema. Because when you walk into a movie theater you are bombarded with sights and smells of all kinds of goodies that will destroy your fitness program, which can be a bit of a surprise! But this is a different topic.

For me, the inspiration begins during the previews. There is something of a preview for a well-made action movie that makes me want to jump out of my chair cinema cushy and start doing a tour of Shaun T pushup-Jack! The menacing voice over, music, impetuous leap cuts people running, fighting, or save the world from imminent destruction creates immediately my heartbeat! Makes me want to become Jason Bourne when I grow up!

I am always inspired by actors who have transformed their bodies for a specific role, which always reminds me what is possible when focused 100% on a goal. If they can do it, so can i. .. and so can you! Of course it is easy to say-but they have world renowned personal trainer and meal plans to follow. If you choose, you may have access to those same things as well.

So by the end of an hour of previews (or maybe it just seems like there’s an hour of them), I’m pretty excited to go back to my next workout, and every temptation to the big tub of popcorn is gone! Then begins the movie.

My wife, Kelly, and I decided to venture into film in the early morning. Although it has been out for a while, I wanted to see what all the hype was about The Hunger Games. This futuristic film, where children fight to the death for the sake of their respective district. (It looks creepy, but it’s actually a rather uplifting movies) In the middle of the movie we get to see the children chosen for their upcoming battle train. Any good installation training is always offers a good jolt of extra motivation.

But what really hit me was when they got in the battle itself. 24 teenagers in a circle while waiting for the game to start, knowing ultimately who you must kill or be killed in order to survive. As the game unfolded and you’ve seen people literally running for their lives, using survival skills and climbing trees-of course my brain jumped to fitness. I thought: “Wow, good thing these guys are fit or would be dead by now! Thank God we don’t live in this society where we need to be in top physical condition to make sure you survive. Then like lightning in my head hit me. ..

What happens if your current physical condition did determine whether living or dead in a moment of crisis?

My mind flashed to 2005, sitting in a hotel room with my in-laws who had evacuated to Dallas from New Orleans. We sat in horror, as we saw the scene after scene of their beloved city being ripped from the tragedy that was Hurricane Katrina. Images that stick out in my mind most were people in terrible physical condition who were trapped and helpless. They were not able to try and survive themselves and completely at the mercy of being saved. I’m not suggesting that all fit did people in New Orleans survived and those who were not, but I have to believe in the face of a catastrophic event, be in decent physical condition does not hurt your chances of survival — or increase the likelihood of being able to save so dear.

If we look honestly, just because we are blessed to live in the USA do not prevent us from dealing with unexpected dangerous times. Hurricane Katrina, 9/11, San Diego fire … the list goes on. I am definitely not a doom and gloom kinda guy but this second 1 flash of a thought while I enjoyed my film reminded me of yet another reason it is important for us to take care of bodies that God gave us-so in times of tragedy not only have a better chance of survival, but can be of service to those who most need it.

Keep in mind during the next training session. It will affect your level of motivation and mindset?

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Sabtu, 06 April 2013

Heart disease: how it changes life

I need to know what was wrong with me! The diagnosis was not good, but at that point, I had no idea how my life was going to change. But it wasn’t just my life that has affected the cardiomyopathy and heart disease; It was my husband’s life.

I was born with a heart defect, which caused me to have ventricular tachycardia during my entire childhood. I thought more of a distraction than anything else. It wasn’t until 40 years, that my heart started getting much worse. In 1992, I received a pacemaker implant. I was now pacer employee, means that I couldn’t live without a pacemaker.

Things were pretty normal until 2006, when she was diagnosed with a chronic heart insufficiency (CCHF) and cardiomyopathy. He was implanted with a defibrillator with a pacemaker inside. My ‘ normal ‘ life no longer existed.

Slowly, I found a new ‘ normal ‘ for me. Now they lead a very sedentary lifestyle. I learned to accept my new lifestyle that includes living with heart disease every day. I’m thankful that I’m still alive any style.

It has taken awhile for my husband to accept my illness. It is not a loner and was used to us doing things together. That just isn’t possible. It took a long time, but I pushed him to do things on their own. First, it was heartening to attend our grandchildren sports games and track meets. Now, he is enjoying more activities on their own. He is still happy to go alone, but he will be.

This, too, has to do with our relationship because I spend a lot of time alone. I have to admit that sometimes, I resented being alone so much. Just like he does because he has to go to events alone.

Hard I try to put myself in his position. All our friends are retired and doing a lot of things that I can’t do. He is invited to move forward, once a while, but don’t go without me. I know my heart disease affects his life, too!

My lifestyle change has been going on for a long time. Things got better between us, regarding his acceptance of my illness and my new life. My husband is doing more now on their own. It was good for me that he is slowly accepting my illness.

As for me, I live every day giving gratitude and acceptance of God for all the blessings he has given me. My greatest blessing, next to still be alive, is my husband who loves me, cares about me and supports me in my writing and creative effort.

Keep that heart beating healthily

More men and women die from heart disease than any other disease. Health of your heart depends very much on the type of lifestyle that I lead, so whether you like it or not, despite healthy factors that you have no control of what can still pose a risk to the healthy heart, you have full control over health most important organ of your body. Here are some helpful tips to keep your heart beating healthily and providing your body with its blood supply very important.

1. Avoid fats. A diet low in fat means less cholesterol, enzymes in the blood that your heart has put at risk. Poultry skin and fatty meat, along with processed foods containing oils are foods that should be avoided by all means.

2. Avoid tobacco. Smoking is the biggest problem in the community nowadays, with the number of nicotine addicts is increasing every day. Commercials and advertising campaigns were established almost everywhere, showing how cigarettes contain tons of harmful chemicals. Smoking may restrict your heart arteries and blood vessels that can lead to heart attacks and hypertension. Needless to say, smoking is a big no-no if you want to keep your heart healthy.

3. don’t forget to exercise. Even a few minutes a day of exercise means so much for your heart than the benefits you get from it, including weight reduction and a reduced likelihood of developing other diseases not directly linked to the heart. Along with a healthy diet, regular exercise can help reduce and prevent stress in your heart.

4. effectively manage stress. Physical and emotional stress can lead to conditions that have been proved to cause heart disease, so it’s best to avoid these factors in keeping your heart healthy.

5. don’t drink too much. Drinking and driving has become one of the most famous cause of death, but drinking too much causes also increase your blood pressure. Alcoholic beverages also contain a large number of calories, which suffer from severe heart problems.

It is important to remember also that regularly visit your doctor can ensure that your heart isn’t going through any problems that might not be aware of. Prevention is always better than cure, so be sure to keep in mind the health of your heart, when you choose to change your lifestyle or types of food groups, in which to indulge. Maintain a healthy heart can give you a happier life, which means more time to spend with loved ones. Where can go wrong?

World Heart Day 2012-taking care of women and children

In continuation with the previous year’s theme of heart health home, World Heart Federation gave this year’s theme the same, that is, ‘ One World, One Home, One Heart ‘. The focus this year will be the prevention of CVDS (heart problems) of women and children.

There are several misconceptions prevalent that I assume that women are less likely to suffer from heart disease than men. The fact, however, is that women are suffering from heart diseases as much as men, although in old age. The World Heart Federation goes to say that the disease is the number one killer of women, causing 1 in 3 women’s deaths, which amounts to about one death per minute.

Children are also at risk of developing heart disease, due to a number of risk factors. There is an increasing incidence of congenital heart disease among children in India. Children are also at risk of developing heart disease because of bad fat unhealthy diet constituent and sugar, tobacco use, physical activity and obesity.

This day in the heart of the world, know the facts about heart disease and bust myths wherever and whenever you can!

Risk factors for heart disease in women

Tobacco use: women are more at risk of suffering from a heart problem than men due to the use of tobacco.

High triglycerides levels: women suffer from arteriosclerosis due to elevated levels of triglycerides.

Diabetes, obesity and depression: the triple deterrents to good health, namely, diabetes, obesity and depression are more common among women than men.

Other risks: some other common risk factors with men are high blood pressure, total cholesterol, low HDL cholesterol, unhealthy diet, Hyperlipidemia, physical inactivity and stress.

Exclusive: risk factors some risk factors that affect exclusively women are using contraceptives, hormone replacement therapy after menopause and polycystic ovary syndrome. In addition, the risk of a heart attack among women is highest at the beginning of each menstrual cycle.

Non-modifiable risk factors: some of the common non-modifiable risk factors for men and women are advancing in age, heredity and ethnicity.
Some facts about women and heart disease

Women are suffering from heart problems about 10 years later than men, possibly because of the protective effect of estrogen. The risk of a heart attack increases significantly in women after menopause, when levels of LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels begin to increase and the HDL cholesterol level starts to drop.

Most women, the typical chest pain syndrome do not occur while suffering a heart attack.

Mortality among younger women, caused by a heart attack is greater than men of the same age, although less severe narrowing in the blood vessels, heart attacks smaller and more stored blood pressure.

Women who smoke are at increased risk of developing hypertension (high blood pressure). Those who are at high risk have a risk of heart attack 7 to 20 times compared with those who are at risk.

Women who have suffered from gestational diabetes, miscarriage, pregnancy-induced hypertension or preeclampsia are at a higher risk of having a heart attack at a young age.

Women suffering from diabetes or depression have a mortality rate twice by CVD, and if diabetes and depression are present the rate jumps to 5 times.