Some Good Things

Yeah I know. What we tell is what we never do.
But still tell others some good things like
“Don’t get habituated to some things… which we can just tell and not apply for ourselves”

  • Eating junk food.
  •   Watching TV instead of going to the gym.
  •   Showing up to a job you hate everyday.
  •   Biting your nails.
  •   Smoking

They reflect on the below:

  • How in shape or out of shape you are?
  • How happy or unhappy you are?
  • How successful or unsuccessful you are?

Apple, Beetroot and Carrot

Juice prepared from apple, beetroot and carrot has gained the name of being miracle drink due to the innumerable advantages which can be benefited from both brain and body. The name this drink has acquired is all due to the several advantages, this was discovered by Chinese Herbalists who have found this to be helpful in treatment of lung cancer and several other diseases.

To Do List For Healthy Men

Men’s Longevity “To Do” List 

  1. Eliminate “white foods” from your diet.
  2. Stay away from dangerous trans fats.
  3. Take a daily vitamin-mineral supplement.
  4. Incorporate weight training in your exercise routine.
  5. Maintain your optimal weight.
  6. Drink alcohol only in moderation.
  7. Protect your prostate.
  8. Reduce your risk of prostate cancer.
  9. Maintain vigorous sexual function.
  10. Maintain close relationships.

30 Tips

 A garlic a day: Garlic is the mother of all cures. Researchers in Liverpool have found that 5ml of garlic extract lower levels of a disease-causing chemical by up to 48 per cent.


 Eat wholegrain foods: Make sure you have whole-grain bread, rice or pasta at least four times a week and you will reduce the chance of having cancer by 40 per cent.


 Take care of your skin: Always wear sun-screen lotion during summers. It is advisable to use winter care creams to overcome the harsh and cold winds. The best cure is to smile through and your skin will shine with an extra dash. It’s no big secret!


 Eat plenty of fish: Fish is the recommended diet for a longer healthier life. Studies have found that those who regularly ate fish were up to one-third less likely to get heart diesease than those who ate it less than once a month.


 Try Tea: Tea is always good. Being a heavy tea-drinker can never have nagative effects. The protective effects of tea increase with the amount drunk, and people who are regular tea drinkers are the least likely to die of a heart attack.


 Stop smoking: Do not smoke your health away. Nicotine pathces, gums or inhalers might work for some individuals, or other methods, from hypnosis to acupuncture. More you are to smoke, more likely your are to develop cancer or heart disease.


 Walk for Health: There is nothing better than walking. Walking a mile everyday, or taking reasonable exercise three times a week, promises to reduce the risk of heart disease, as well as strengthens bones and keeps them strong.


 Never sleep over a backache: It is never advisable to sleep over a backache. Research shows that people who take to their beds with backache take the longest time to recover. Those who avoid bed-rest and continue normal activities as much as possible have less pain.


 Water spells health: Water flushes out the toxins. A good amount of liquid intake helps the entire system and of course is best for curing skin ailments. The average man needs 2.9 litres, or about 12 cups of water, a day and woman needs about 2.2 litres.


 Stop bad breath: You can prevent that unfriendly odour. It is caused by oral bacteria. A toungue scraper may help, but dental care may be needed. Mouth rinses are effective, as are flossing and brushing teeth twice a day.


 Slow down on the junk: Research shows that eating too many high-fat-food contributes to high blood-cholestrol levels, which can cause hardening of the arteries, coronory heart disease and stroke.


 Cut back on salt: Health Organisation recommend no more than five grams a day. Too much salt can lead to stroke and heart problems.


 Drink wine: Research suggests that the equivalent of a couple of glasses of wine a day may be good for health. It can also help you keep a good mental frame.


 Spouse can matter: A man in poor health in his 50s is six times more likely to be affected if married to a woman who is also in poor health.


 Eat right for better teeth: Your pearly whites can gleam. Eat apples, oranges, celery, carrots and high fiber green.


 Make love: There is no better medicine than to have sex. people who have sex at least twice a week get protective boost from their immune systems. Of course it relaxes the mind.


 Crash diets don’t work: The so called new-age diets do not add to health prospects. There is no easy way to lose weight so the best way is to do it over a period of time.


 Coffee is good: Researchers have found that two to four cups of coffee daily can lower the risk of colon cancer by 25 per cent.


 Being overweight is dangerous: Loose the extra kilos. Over weight people cut 20 weeks of their life for every excess kilogram, according to new research.Keeping a personal weight machine at home really helps.


 Supplement with selenium: Research has shown that people who took a daily supplement of selenium had a 37 per cent reduction in cancers.


 Lower you cholesterol: Work on reducing your cholestrol. This can reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke even when your level is not high. Exercise to reduce weight.


 Asprin is a wonder drug: Asprin can actually do wonders. It helps to reduce the risk of conditions such as heart disease and cancers, including of the colon, oesophagus, stomach, rectum, prostrate. cent.


 Change your job: If the workplace is what bothers you. Simply quit! Consider becoming a salesperson. Salespeople are least likely to have a work-related illness.


 Socialising is good: Meeting friends and relatives is recommended. Weekly socialising improves the memory, concentration and problem solving skills.


 Learn to relax: Unwind, take up a hobby and start socialising. This fights stress and depression.


 Fruits and vegetables help: Have at least five portions of vegetables and fruit a day, especially tomatoes, red grapes.


 Sing to stay healthy: Singing is good for the mind and body. it is relaxing, improves breathing and muscle tone.


 Vitamins are vital: A multivit a day keeps the tablet away, but be sure it contains at least 200 meg of folic acid.


 Sleep well: There is nothing like a good sleep. Sleep primes the immune system. Most people need between seven and nine hours of sleep a night.


 Or just hum…: Humming helps. Daily humming is a good way to increase ventilation in the sinuses.

sleep so important ????

Why is sleep so important ?

There are some good reasons for getting a good night’s sleep that tells us clearly the importance of sleep in our life. These reasons are –

Staying awake all night (being awake for more than 17 hours) can make you less responsive. Your reaction response will be comparable to that of an intoxicated person with a blood alcohol level of more than 0.5. This lack of mental and physical control decreases your ability to focus and perform throughout the day.

Incomplete or improper sleep results in incomplete hormonal cycle. Our body produces hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline during night. Due to lack of sleep, your body will not be able to produce enough of these hormones during night, as a result you may have to depend on stimulants to keep you going. These stimulants will further increase your sleep problems and this can result in a never ending tired cycle of sleep.

If you don’t get enough sleep during night, you will not get hungry in the morning. A good breakfast in the morning helps in detoxifying our body and stimulates our metabolism. Without a good breakfast you may feel low on energy and will indulge in poor eating patterns throughout the day.

A poor sleep results in excessive release of stress hormones such as cortisol. Stress hormones will keep you awake during night and that can further escalate your sleep problem or insomnia. These stress hormones also result in the restoration of fats in our body, causing health problems such as obesity or diabetes.

When you don’t have enough sleep your brain sends out messages for quick energy. You can get this quick energy from sugar consumption and as a result your sugar consumption will increase. High consumption of sugar will constantly elevate the insulin level in your body and you may end up with diabetes.

Physical repair takes place when we are sleeping, and this happens in the first half of the night – around 10 pm to 2 am. If you skip those vital first few hours and go to bed late at night, your muscle repair will not be complete. This leaves you physically weaker and a lot of body ailments like backache, neckache or headache.

The psychological repair of our mind takes place during the second half of the night between 2am to 6am. This repair is in the form of mental focus, your mood swings, and in maintaining a positive mindset. Staying early in the night and getting too early in the morning will result in improper psychological repair and may lead you to the dark road of depression and anxiety.