Thursday, December 17, 2020
Monday, December 14, 2020
J.ann g. ensing surprise: Orca Killer Whale North West USA State of Washington
J.ann g. ensing surprise: Orca Killer Whale North West USA State of Washington: Scientists Say They Know Why Killer Whales Are Attacking Boats THEY are REALLY playing ... www.newsweek.com › ... › Marine biology › Boats News reports of orcas atta...
Needed deep sleep! To stay slim......
Blue light from TV and Tablets Cell Phones etc.Keeps us from getting deep sleep.https://resurge.com/welcome/?hop=crcco&s=dQxEaf40yI9SijRm6VAY%26&atid= https://resurge.com/welcome/?hop=crcco&s=dQxEaf40yI9SijRm6VAY%26&atid=
Sunday, December 13, 2020
Hello Friend! Have a Great Day!
New friends in my life? Wonderful Blessing! I do not do clubbing or bar hopping:)
It is such an honor to be loved by special people entering your life even from afar! Some are close by others are on the other side of the world. If ones disappear you fear their life has been snuffed out and say a prayer for them of a safe journey in the Spirit World! They will be missed
Saturday, December 12, 2020
Hey color out side the lines! LOL Take it on, Be challenged! Be different!You are stronger then you think! Sound a little crazy? Smile Hey, my life is dangling on the tip of a thread! So time to be very brave and add more adventure to my life?
Friday, December 11, 2020
Whoa: This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Drink Enough Water
Whoa: This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Drink Enough read when you’ve got time to spare. water.gif Photography by Cody Guilfoyle. If you’re reading this: Drink a glass of water. You likely need it, as 75 percent of Americans are described as “chronically dehydrated.” While achieving a state of hydration might seem enviable and impossible, fret not because it’s doable. And the health benefits are not only encouraging, but they are also downright inspiring in the immediate short term, but especially in the long run. “Long-term hydration is the single best thing we can do to prevent chronic illness,” says Dr. Dana Cohen, an integrative medicine specialist in New York and coauthor of Quench: Beat Fatigue, Drop Weight, and Heal Your Body Through the New Science of Optimum Hydration. Though the eight-cup rule is popular, there is no one-size-fits-all number. Instead, it’s more of an individual approach. The new general rule of thumb is half your weight in ounces, according to Dr. Cohen. For example, if you weigh 120 pounds, you need to drink 60 ounces of water a day. Without further ado, here are the glorious things that happen when you drink the ideal amount of water. After One Day 03-31.jpg Inadequate hydration can cause extreme fatigue, poor memory, dizziness, constipation, and even mood shifts. But the great news is that water can have immediate benefits, even within 10 minutes or less. “That charge increases the cells’ functional efficiency, leading to better energy, clearer thinking, and less brain fog,” says Dr. Cohen. In addition, you can also feel an improvement in muscle cramps and headache relief. After One Week 02-35.jpg Within seven days of being properly hydrated, you’ll have fewer aches and pains and bowel movements will become more regulated and frequent. Also, your skin clarity will improve. “A body that has been suboptimally hydrated will, over time, shunt water toward essential organs like your heart and away from nonessential tissue like your skin and muscles,” says Dr. Charles Passler, a celebrity nutritionist and founder of Pure Change Detox. “This can lead to wrinkled or drooping skin, as well as reduced muscle strength.” After One Month 04-26.jpg One month into drinking your daily recommended ounces of water, and you’ll be hitting your stride. You can expect clearer, less bloated skin, plus continuous benefits in mental clarity, muscle strength, and stamina, says Dr. Passler. After Six Months 01-33.jpg “Having our cells properly hydrated creates homeostasis in the body and flushes out toxins,” says Dr. Passler. Beyond just looking and feeling great, proper hydration is necessary for the proper functioning of every single organ and tissue in your body. “The long-term benefits of avoiding dehydration play an important role in reducing the risk of diseases and disorders, like urinary tract infections, hypertension, coronary heart disease, glaucoma, and gallstone disease,” says Dr. Passler. Race you to the faucet? Kristin Limoges is the Wellness Editor at Domino. Domino More from Domino 15 cups? Wow! You also pee alot! Smile,Sorry but true!
Husband with disorder
https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2016/05/19/adult-temper-tantrums-disorder/ His best friend left his wife whom my husband loved,so he threw a temper tantrum and quit eating, killing himself over her? Weird or what? They both had cancer! So he just quit trying to live! I cared for him, and at end turned him every two hours, so he would not get bed sores! Yes , he told me he was dying, but would I please marry him, he lived 20 more years!Said I took good care of him.Yes, I was a fill in ! Picked by my husbands loves husband at the time! If I had been free at the time would that best friend , have picked me? Hummmmm? It was my first and only marrage. Was I asked before? Yes by complete strangers! My husband and I were pen pals for a whole year before he asked me to come to him and join his life! I paid my own way out of my pocket. Yes,I was working in the shell industry for oysters! You strung their empty shells on wire to be placed in oyster beds for the babies to lock on and grow! Crazy job? Different from being a breakfast fry cook ! Smile!
Thursday, December 10, 2020
How To STOP Negative Thinking & BELIEVE IN YOURSELF Today | Kyle Cease & Lewis Howes
Only a little wax? Other doctor saw something ? Wax?
Sunday, December 6, 2020
Friday, December 4, 2020
Orca Killer Whale North West USA State of Washington
Thursday, December 3, 2020
Still breathing , still walking, Still alive, Annie ! Buffalohair is in the sky/ Heaven ! Watching us along with our other loved ones!
Well Creator of the Universe, for what ever reason I am still here? Thank you for another breath!I hope I can complete gracefully every task you have planned for me to do! Forgive my haters and bless my friends who like/love me! God Bless us all good or bad, with our just rewards! Thank You ! Amen , so be it! Click link above https://redwoodforestannlrd.wordpress.com/ https://redwoodforestannlrd.wordpress.com/
My Son is declaring Stroke victims are Crazy!
Stroke victims are Crazy because of memory lapses? Mental Changes and Effects of Stroke | Memorial Medical ... www.memorialmedical.com › ... › Effects of Stroke Effects of Stroke and Mental Changes presented by Memorial's Stroke Center Program (Springfield, Illinois) ... Thinking hard makes them tire easily because it uses all of their energy. ... Too much stimulation or activity does not help the recovery process. ... Keep a memory book, which is a diary of important events or visitors. Something's Different: Personality Changes After Stroke ... strokeconnection.strokeassociation.org › Summer-2017 Salinas identifies depression as the most common personality change after stroke, affecting up to one-third of survivors at some point in their recovery. Its effects Something's Different: Personality Changes After Stroke ... strokeconnection.strokeassociation.org › Summer-2017 Salinas identifies depression as the most common personality change after stroke, affecting up to one-third of survivors at some point in their recovery. The glass-half-full person perceives things optimistically; they are positive. Neuropsychologist Andrew Borson of Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Pennsylvania notes that the changes that occur are determined by which parts are affected. “You have some survivors where there was not that much impact on the limbic system, the emotion-related parts of the brain, and for them, there may be relatively lesser change in terms of their emotions and personality,” he said. Understanding a little more about the makeup of the brain might be helpful here. Borson described the brain as a series of layers: On top (beneath the skull) is the wrinkly cortex, which controls higher thinking, reasoning, organization and language. Underneath that is the sub-cortical layer, which has to do with memory and sensory processing, as well as some motor control. The next layer is the limbic system, which controls our emotional reactions — though they may be modified by the higher levels. And below that are the brain stem and other parts of the brain that control our autonomic processes — breathing, heart rate, temperature, some types of motion. In addition to the location, Christine Salinas, neuropsychologist and director of Space Coast Neuropsychology Center in Florida, points out that the type of stroke — clot or bleed — the size of the lesion and vascular risk factors such as hypertension and diabetes also determine the severity of cognitive deficits. Age, gender, ethnicity and education also play a role. “Typically, the smaller the infarct or brain damage, the fewer cognitive or behavioral consequences,” Salinas said. “Of course, it also matters whether it’s a right- or left-hemispheric stroke,” Borson said. “Overall, I think changes in how someone responds emotionally are pretty common after stroke.” Those changes run the gamut: Some people become irritable and angry, others depressed; some become impulsive or child-like. Some survivors become intensely emotional, while others become much less emotional — almost flat. “A broad generalization is that right-handed survivors of left-brain stroke, which typically affects language more and causes right-sided weakness or right-sided neglect, those people tend to be more prone to flattening of their emotions, showing less emotional responsivity. I don’t think we really have a great explanation of why that occurs in terms of the brain anatomy,” said Borson. “There are some things that are permanent, and some people may always have some trouble with being more emotional than they were before,” he said. “Other people will tend to be flat and unemotional. But I do think that it’s worth trying to help someone adjust and cope with what’s happened to them. They may be left with residual effects due to the brain damage, but you want to try to get the stuff that has to do with the psychological changes better as much as possible. That’s a valuable thing for family members to do — help someone see a positive future.” Exercise Provides Enormous Benefits Dr. Karen Postal urges all of her patients to regularly get physically active. She points to a number of benefits. Exercise is an effective way to regulate and improve mood. “When you put exercise head to head with antidepressant medicines, exercise tends to work as well but without the side effects,” she said. “One reason exercise is so good at improving mood is that when we exercise, immediately the frontal lobe, which regulates emotions, starts to work faster, better, stronger.” Exercise releases neurotrophin, a neurochemical that helps with cell repair.
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Blessings and Love in South Dakota
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