Think Water

Get into the habit of drinking water liberally on arising. in the mid morning, mid afternoon, and early evening. if you work at the desk keep a pitcher of water handy and help yourself frequently. A drink of water is like an internal shower, it rinses the stomach and prepares it for its work. It also helps you overcome sleepiness and the temptation to snack between meals

water is exactly what the body needs to carry out the chemical reactions for all its life processes. It is the perfect beverage and the one of life’s greatest blessings. Lack of water causes irritability, and you cannot think clearly. to prevent this symptoms get into the habit of drinking water to have the best health including mental alertness, water is often the most effective and the cheapest tonic you can take. by using simple water treatments, you can avoid the use of aspirin, which maybe especially harmful to children. if a fever persists, a physician should be consulted

Can Cutting Calories Help you live longer

Studies have shown that rats whose calories intake is significantly reduced live longer.While these studies are intriguing, it’s important to remember that results in animal studies don’t necessarily translate to humans. In addition, even if calorie reduction does work, it may not be realistic. most women currently consume about 2,000 calories a day and men eat about 2,500 calories.They would need to cut intake by 700 to 1,000 calories a day to by achieve the suggested anti aging benefits.Its doubtful you could maintain this intake long term without encountering some consequences of malnutrition.

Calcium loss from body

Calcium gives strength to the boned and teeth, but it also has other important functions. Very small amounts of this elements are essential for the normal clotting of blood when you are injured and bleed.Calcium is important in muscle tone, and when it is deficient, muscle cramps may result. Another main function of calcium is  its capacity to neutralize acid in the system.

Calcium may be lost from the body by overeating acid producing protein foods such as meat and dairy products (milk and cheese etc.,) Many feel that milk is a necessity at all ages in order to supply adequate calcium to the body. However, dairy products are very acid forming, and your body may actually use its existing calcium in its attempt to neutralize the effects ot these calcium rich foods

Diabetes and Obesity

The most common cause of sugar diabetes is simply overeating.Along continued excess intake of calories causes the body’s fat cells to resist insulin, which normally controls the glucose level in the blood. This results in diabetes. Weight reduction restores the effectiveness of the insulin. It has also been found that more than one of every three people with high blood pressure also has diabetes.
When one considered “obese”, Twenty percent or more over the ideal weight, based on one’s height, spells obesity. overweight means carrying 10 to 19 percent weight, or more, over ones ideal weight

What about chronic fatigue

Besides tiredness and a lack of energy there is also an increase in Irritability. Tempers get short and patience goes out the window. Everything requires more effort, until finally the simplest tasks seem ovvewhelming. Fatigue also sabotages creativity.Judgement suffers and effciency goes.And if unrelieved, fatigue can culminate in exhaustion and full scale depression

Five Facts About Memory

1.) Memory is a process
A memory comes from actions you take to store, remember, and use information. as with computer, information must be entered through your senses and then acted upon to store it. Once it’s been stored, you must take some action to retrieve it.

2.) Women’s memories are better than man.
On almost every type of memory test at every age, women perform better than man.One possible explanation is that female hormone estrogen helps keep brain process intact. Another theory is that women have more experience juggling the details of daily living, there by keeping their mind supple.

3.) Forgetting happens fast
Facts are most likely to fade from our memories soon after we learn them. You forget about 60 percent of whatt you learn within 3 years, but in the next 50 years you forget only about another five percent

4.) Different people have different abilities to remember, just as we have various level of intelligence
People are good at remembering numbers. others will forget their own adress, yet they easily recall the name of every person they meet. Virtually all memory skills can be improved with a little bit of effort. The keys are training and practice

5.) Aging doesn’t equal forgetfulness
It’s true that some memory skills deteriorate with time. As individuals reach their 70’s, it may take the brain longer to retrieve stored bits of information from parts of the long term memory. But when they’re not rushed, older people remember as well as anyone.