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CLEAN YOUR KIDNEY IN LESS THAN P20 (I CARE FOR ALL
Years pass by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salt, poison and any
unwanted entering our body. With time, the salt accumulates and this needs to undergo
cleaning treatments and how are we going to overcome this?
It is very easy, first take a bunch of parsley (MALLI Leaves)and wash it clean
Then cut it in small pieces and put it in a pot and pour clean water and boil it for ten
minutes and let it cool down and then filter it and pour in a clean bottle and keep it
inside refrigerator to cool.
Drink one glass daily and you will notice all salt and other accumulated poison coming
out of your kidney by urination also you will be able to notice the difference which you
never felt before.
Parsley is known as best cleaning treatment for kidneys and it is natural!
Eye strain is the discomfort experienced when you focus for prolonged periodsthat causes your eyes and the eye muscles to tire and become over-used. Your eyes are designed to shift focus between near and distant objects. However, most of our work and recreational tasks have been executed at close proximity.
Visual tasks such as reading, spending hours at the computer or watching television require you to focus and concentrate – and without you realizing it, you are actually placing strain on your eye muscles. The eye muscles tighten and cause your eyes to become dry, irritated and uncomfortable.
If your eyes are strained or you are sensitive to light, you should visit an optician for an eye examination. Having your vision tested will also rule out any eye disorders and verify whether you need prescription spectacles or contact lenses.
Eye strain symptoms will not be present when you wake up in the morning nor be accompanied by ultra-sensitivity to light. Eye strain symptoms also tend to worsen when visual tasks like reading are performed. Eye strain caused by computers has become exceedingly common and today eye strain affects mostly computer users.
More than 50% of computer users complain of eye strain symptoms. They stare at a screen for hours a day, usually in one position. People who read a lot, watch television for long periods, spend time outdoors in the glaring sun or drive long distances are also at risk of developing eye strain symptoms .
Women have been using oral contraceptive pills since the 1960's. The main ingredients to inhibit ovulation are the presence of the hormones estrogen and progesterone.
Through the years, pharmaceutical companies have been developing newer generations of these hormones to lessen the unwanted side-effects and increase the non-contraceptive benefits.
Drosperinone is one such drug.
It is a fourth generation synthetic progesterone. Its action is mainly anti-mineralocorticoid meaning it inhibits water retention as is frequently observed in women taking oral contraceptives. Drosperinone is very similar in action to a diuretic. As a diuretic, there is less fluid retention, less bloating, less weight gain and less breast tenderness.
The three brands containing drosperinone are Yasmin, Yaz and Yasminelle which are all produced by the company, Bayer.
Maria Liu, a mother of three, who has been on Yasmin since 2003 has been very happy with the product. "I used to take Diane pills but I experiences severe headaches and weight gain. I was very happy when my doctor introduced me to Yasmin. I have not had any episode of headache since I started this brand. I even notice some weight loss when I shifted to Yasmin."
In September 2011, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released their preliminary report stating that drosperinone-containing pills may increase the risk of blood clots.
This October 27, 2011, the final result of the FDA-funded study reveals that " there is increasing evidence linking drosperinone-containing tablets to increased risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE) relative to standard low-dose combined hormonal oral contraceptives."
The study was a retrospective cohort study involving 835,826 women with 189,210 person-years exposure to drosperinone. In the final analysis, there was a 1.7 increased risk of VTE versus other low-estrogen pills.
Dr. Delfin Tan, an obstetrician-gynecologist has this to say regarding the controversy: "The risk of getting a blood clot in women taking the pill is 1 in 3000, while the risk of getting a clot while the woman is pregnant is even higher at 1 in 1000. "
The FDA will present the study at the joint meeting of Reproductive Health Drugs Advisory Committee and the Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee on December 8.
Till the final verdict is out, it would be safe to discontinue usage of these brands of pills containing drosperinone. Visit your doctor for an alternative drug.
The secret to finding time for a workout is really about one simple strategy: ditching the stuff that's wasting your valuable time. Here are 15 easy ways to shave 15 extra minutes out of your day--and put them toward your fitness goals.
1. LOG OFF FACEBOOK
People average seven hours a month on the social site. Do the math and it works out to 105 minutes each week, or 15 minutes every single day. You don't have to banish FB, but limit it to two short sessions a day.
2. SAY NO!
When someone (not your boss) asks you to do something you don't have time for, say, "I'm sorry, I can't"--and feel the freedom wash over you.
3. PLAN YOUR DAY
Schedule your biggest task of the day for when you're most focused and productive. You'll get it done more quickly than if you try to tackle it during a natural low point.
4. RESIST MULTITASKING
Trying to do too many things at once often means getting nothing done. Pick an item from your to-do list, and do it and only it. Each task will get done faster when it gets your full attention.
5. RECORD YOUR SHOWS
An hour-long TV show contains just 40 to 42 minutes of real content--the rest is commercials. Invest in a digital TV recorder so you can free up time to pursue more healthful activities, like 15-minute workouts.
6. DON'T BE A NEATNIK
Is it really all that important that your apartment is spotless? Stop wasting precious potential gym time polishing picture frames.
7. BUY TIME
Pay for services that suck up tons of time. Before you pooh-pooh the idea of hiring a cleaning service, sit down and do a little math. When you think of the few hundred bucks you blew on shoes and all the time you've spent scrubbing the tub, you may want to reconsider your expenditures.
8. PUT IT IN INK
You find time for everything on your calendar because it's there in black and white. Block out your workouts as you would work appointments.
9. SET A TIMER
All the little things you plan to do for just a few minutes--surfing the Web, cleaning the fridge--can suck away hours. Keep a kitchen timer nearby. When you start a task, set it for 15 minutes. Then stop when the bell rings.
10. TOUCH IT ONCE
When a paper comes across your desk or an e-mail hits your inbox, deal with it right away. Piled-up paper and messages create distracting clutter, and you waste time revisiting each issue again (and again).
11. PICK UP THE PHONE
It can take 15 e-mails or texts to accomplish what you could do in a 40-second phone call.
12. BE DECISIVE
You can easily waste hours choosing what color to paint your walls or which brand of sneakers to buy (it's called analysis paralysis). At some point, you need to stop waffling and move forward. Set a time limit, say 45 minutes, for comparison shopping, weighing pros and cons, etc., then make a decision and go forth.
13. PUT THINGS IN THEIR PLACE
I used to waste precious time looking for my keys. At any given time they could have been anywhere-pockets, drawers, purses, or my personal favorite, hanging from the door lock. Finally, I bought a 75-cent hook, hung it by the phone as my designated key spot, and have not lost my keys since. Try this trick with anything you lose regularly. It works.
14. SET OUT YOUR STUFF
Setting out your exercise clothes at night makes it far more likely that you will get up and get moving for a morning workout, instead of hitting snooze (or worse, skipping the whole affair entirely) because it's too daunting to get up and start rummaging around for your workout gear.
15. GET UP 15 MINUTES EARLIER
Vow to work out at 5 a.m. every day and you'll never do it. But even the most nocturnal of night owls can roll out of the sack a mere 15 minutes earlier in the morning. Even if you don't use that extra time for your workout, you'll get to the office earlier than usual, so you'll be more likely to take that 15 minutes for yourself later in the day.
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