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Tuesday, December 15, 2009
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Saturday, December 12, 2009
-How we interact with our surroundings.
-How we react to our environment.
-Our judgments on daily routines.
-Our emotional responses.
-Our expressive language.
-Assigns meaning to words we choose.
-Involves word association.
-Memory for habits and motor activities.
-Categorizing of objects.
-Problems this can cause:
-The Brain Stem:
-Reflexes to seeing and hearing.
-Controls sweating, blood pressure, digestion, temperature (autonomic nervous system).
-Affects level of alertness.
-Ability to sleep.
-Sense of balance.
-Coordination and voluntary movement.
-Balance and equilibrium.
-Some memory for reflex motor acts.
-ocation for visual attention.
-Location for touch perception.
-Goal directed voluntary movements.
-Manipulation of objects.
-Integration of different senses that allows for understanding a single concept.
Friday, December 11, 2009
1. An elderly woman in serious danger.
2. An old friend who thee already saved lives.
3. The woman (or man) of your dreams, your ideal partner.
QUESTION: You could take only one passenger on board who would you take?
Think well before you continue reading......
This is a moral and ethical dilemma that was used during a job interview. You could take the old lady, because she is in danger and it would be logical to try to save first. Or you could take your old friend, since he has saved my life, it would be a good opportunity to render a service to match what he has for you. However, you will meet perhaps never ideal partner...
Think well before you continue reading ....
The interviewee who was involved (among 200 candidates) did not hesitate to give his answer. I love this answer!
WHAT HE SAID?
"I give the car keys to my old friend, and I let him take the old lady to take her to the hospital. I would stay there to wait for the bus with the woman of my life."
MUST KNOW EXCEED THE BARRIERS APPARENT THAT WE GIVE OUR PROBLEMS AND LEARNING TO THINK CREATIVELY.
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Don't smoke or use other tobacco products and avoid exposure to second hand smoke.
Ensure you eat a healthy diet rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, fibre and fish. Cut back on foods high in saturated fat and sodium – read food labels carefully.
If you have high cholesterol or high blood pressure, make sure you comply with your doctor's treatment recommendations.
Include physical activity in your daily routine.
Maintain a healthy weight.
Exercise – a sedentary lifestyle is an unhealthy lifestyle. Just a 30 minute walk a day for at least five days a week can vastly improve your heart health.
If you choose to drink alcohol, do so in moderation. Too much alcohol can raise blood pressure.
If you have diabetes, keep your blood sugar under control.
Manage stress – get to gym, join a yoga class, learn to meditate, but don't let your stress levels get out of hand.
Make sure you know where you stand heart-wise by knowing your blood pressure, cholesterol count, diabetes risk and body mass index (BMI). Remember, before embarking on any weight loss or exercise programme, you should consult with your doctor. (Mens's clinic international,2009)
Hoodia Gordonii plant.
Bushmen in The Kalahari desert
Just look at the splendid form of Bushmen people inhabiting the desert kalahari which stretches from South Africa to Botswana, to know why this plant has become a big success in recent years ...The fascinating history of this nation and its experience with Hoodia for thousands of years and across generations reflects not only the quantity consumed but also represents real proof that this plant actually gave positive results in the fight against overweight and obesity. Obesity is a phenomenon that is explained by factors including hereditary, but it is mainly due to an excess in consumption and non-rationality in the diet.The advantage of the Hoodia plant is in its natural ability to better control the heat release in a healthy way as opposed to drugs prescribed by doctors under pressure from the patient and causing health problems can be very serious.
The bushmen people use the plant HOODIA GORDONII.
Hoodia Gordonii was used by Bushmen for centuries. They even came to eat at a regular pace. The "San" chewed the plant during periods of shortage of food to alleviate their hunger and thirst.
Hoodia Gordonii is considered by the Bushmen as an extremely important plant properties through which their valuable sated during hunting trips in the Kalahari Desert, where grow the Hoodia Gordonii.The power of this succulent plant known by the San "khoba (Hoodia) is attracting increasing international attention in the treatment of obesity. The world has finally given the importance of the "San" people.
Today it is possible to lose weight without making use of chemicals harmful to health.
- 70% of cardio-vascular diseases diagnosed are related to weight.
- Being overweight increases 2 to 3 times the risk of developing blood pressure which now affects 26% of men and women in the United States, the situation is still alarming for Europe since there is a trend towards these statistics.
- Each year, 300,000 people are killed because of overweight.
These statistics are frightening when analyzed from a single perspective. Fortunately there are exciting options today for power lose weight easily lose weight and to avoid the worst.
Monday, December 7, 2009
College students are victimized by eating on the run, whether it be a quick bite at the Wright Place between classes or indulging in a tasty Big Mac. Rarely do college students pay attention to the food pyramid or whether or not they eat enough fruit and vegetables. In fact, many new dieting phenomena, such as the Atkins Diet, encourage elimination of important food groups, such as carbohydrates, as a substitute for weight loss via monitoring what you eat and exercise.
"The University attempts to provide a nutritious diet, but college students go for what tastes good and is easy. Usually, that is a bag of chips or a candy bar instead of a well-balanced meal," said Matt Cook, junior biology major.
Eating properly will not only help you look better but will improve your overall quality of life because your body will be supplied with the nutrients it needs to function normally.
2) Reduce Alcohol Consumption
Drinking large quantities of alcohol can wreak havoc on your body. All types of alcohol, especially beer, are full of empty calories. Beer is loaded with empty calories caused by an excessive amount of carbohydrates, which are stored as fat in the body and result in the "beer belly."
If eliminating drinking is not in your future, drinking light beer will significantly mitigate the effect of beer's carbohydrates. Most companies market light beer with significantly reduced carbs. Michelob Ultra, for example, only has 2.6 grams of carbohydrates per beer.
3) Cut Down On Stress
Stress is probably the most important health concern among college students. In fact, it is the underlying cause of the health obstacles that students face. Stress produces many undesirable effects in your body. Insomnia, high blood pressure, headaches, sexual dysfunction and immune deficiency can all usually be traced back to enduring excessive amounts of stress.
The key to reducing stress is incorporating enjoyable activities into your day and refusing to bite off more than you can chew. "No," is a word that probably ought to be used more by college students. But because of pressure to achieve, students try to do too much and as a result, are stressed.
4) Reduce Caffeine Intake
Many students use caffeine to stay awake and get an energy boost to function. Besides the fact that soft drinks are loaded with empty calories, excessive caffeine consumption may cause "coffee jitters," insomnia and temporarily increase heart rate. According to information obtained from Dining Services, the easiest way to cut caffeine out of your diet is to gradually remove it, drink decaffeinated coffee and drink more water.
Exercising regularly is one of the most important things you can do to keep your body's performance optimal. Exercising 3-4 times per week keeps your muscles peaked and increases your body's immune system. Most importantly, it helps keep your weight down so walking on the beach during spring break won't be an embarrassment.
6) Use Proper Protection in the Sun
College students are generally apathetic about skin care in the sun, but in the brutally hot Carolina summers, it's important to apply sunscreen when staying out in the sun for more than 20 minutes at a time. Wearing sunscreen will reduce the risk of developing sunburn, skin cancer and pre-mature aging of the skin.
7) Get More Sleep
When homework and exams pile up, the only way most students can find to gain extra time is by cutting back on sleep. Sleeping on a regular schedule is important because it enables the body to recuperate and prevents fatigue, irritability and the inability to concentrate. While most college students sleep about six hours per night, it's recommended that the average adult gets seven to eight hours of R&R for maximum performance.
8) Develop Better Study Habits
Developing good study habits is of particular concern because it's an easy way to achieve stress relief and maintain a balanced schedule.
"Good study habits aren't usually thought of as a health concern, but if students adopt proper study habits, come exam time in April, students will be a lot less stressed," said Tywanna Jeffries, assistant director for wellness education.
9) Lose Weight
Being overweight is a risk factor for developing many diseases. The incidence of high blood pressure, cardiac disease and diabetes increases among overweight people. Determining whether or not you are overweight is easier than ever with quick indicators such as the Body Mass Index. Fortunately, losing weight is easier than ever due to increased understanding of dieting techniques and exercise. While students turn to means such as smoking to control their weight, such unhealthy techniques should be avoided.
10.) Get an Annual Physical
Whether or not you feel like you are in the best shape of your life, getting a yearly physical is highly recommended. Many STDs, especially in females, are asymptomatic and can result in increased incidence in ovarian cancer and sterility. Males ages 18-35 are at an increased risk of developing testicular cancer. Getting a yearly physical is the most reliable way to avoid health problems, especially those that aren't visible to the untrained eye.John Bream,2004.
SECRET TO A LONG LIFE
The first day God created the cow.God said, "You must go to the field with the farmer all day suffer under the sun, have calves and give milk to support the farmer. So, I am given you sixty years of life."The cow said, "is a damned tough life you want for me during sixty years. It's OK for 20 years and I give the other forty. "And God agreed.
The second day, God created the dog.God said, "Sit all day on the threshold of house and barks at anyone who enters or passes. I give you a period life of twenty years. "The dog said, "is too long for barking.Give me ten years and I pay the other 10. "So God has again been agreed (sigh).
The third day God created the monkey.God said, "Have fun of people, scientists made tours, made them laugh. I'll give a lifespan of twenty years. "The monkey said," Doing antics for 20 years? it's too boring! The dog has rendered 10 years, right? Bin I'm like, okay? "Again God has been agreed.
The fourth day God created man.God said, "Eat, sleep, play, , fun yourself. Be glad, good, quiet what! I give you 20 years. "The man replied," What? Only twenty years?That slab. Listen, I take my 20, 40 that the cow was delivered on 10 of dogs and 10 monkeys. It makes 80, okay? ""OK!" God replied. "bargain".
Thus during the first twenty years of our live ,seat, sleep, play, kiss, have fun and do nothing while the next forty years we have been working like a slave in the sun to maintain our family during the next decade we do of antics to entertain our grandchildren; and during the ten years we sit in front of the house to bark throughout the world! (Alain Bruno )
It is considered that healthy nourishment is a guarantee for a longer life. Nevertheless, it is considered that a constant diet does not guarantee at all the longevity. Certain recent discoveries of the American scientists emerged as a shock: people with excessive weight live longer that thin people!