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Please remember what these few organs are afraid of?
 

Kidney: Afraid to stay up all night.

Stomach: Afraid of the cold food.

Lung: Afraid of smoke.

Liver: Afraid of fatty stuff.

Heart: Afraid of salty food.

Pancreas: Afraid of binge eating.

Intestinal: Afraid of eating seafood indiscriminately.

Eyes: Afraid of mobile phones and computers screens.

Gallbladder: Afraid of not eating breakfast.

So please take real good care of yourself!

Because spare parts may not fit.

They are very expensive and not necessarily in stock.

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1 hour ago, harsharan000 said:

 

Please remember what these few organs are afraid of?
 

Kidney: Afraid to stay up all night.

Stomach: Afraid of the cold food.

Lung: Afraid of smoke.

Liver: Afraid of fatty stuff.

Heart: Afraid of salty food.

Pancreas: Afraid of binge eating.

Intestinal: Afraid of eating seafood indiscriminately.

Eyes: Afraid of mobile phones and computers screens.

Gallbladder: Afraid of not eating breakfast.

So please take real good care of yourself!

Because spare parts may not fit.

They are very expensive and not necessarily in stock.

Wow...confused bootha is after Veer ji Harsharan's wellness posts now too? 

Yeesh. 

Well Veer Ji, I appreciate your posts. Keep them coming please. 

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14 minutes ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Wow...confused bootha is after Veer ji Harsharan's wellness posts now too? 

Yeesh. 

Well Veer Ji, I appreciate your posts. Keep them coming please. 

whichsoever fool is doing so, is just a coward  proud confused donkey  :rofl:rofl:rofl

 

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Top 10 Ways to Remove Stress

By Dr. Alan Zimmerman

Being in control of your life and having realistic expectations about your day-to-day challenges are the keys to stress management, which is probably the most important ingredient to living a happy, healthy and rewarding life.

One piece of good news is you don't have to have a life full of stress. You can have a joyful life and career if you use these ten stress-busting strategies....

1. Remind yourself, "You'll never get it all done, and that's okay."
I was raised in a family where my parents said, "First comes work; then comes play. When you get all your work done, then you can play." Perhaps you were raised the same way. The trouble is, if you take that advice literally, that you must get all your work done before you play, you would never play. You need to remember no matter how hard or how fast you work, on the day you die there'll still be a few things left in your in-box. There's always more you could do. Let it go. Remind yourself, "you'll never get it all done and that's okay."

2. Avoid mind binders.
Never say such things as "I get so stressed out during times like this ... There's so much to do ... I just can't take this any more." The more you think or say such things, the more stress you'll have. In my new book, The Payoff Principle: Discover The 3 Secrets For Getting What You Want Out Of Life And Work, I go into great detail on all the various Mind Binders you need to avoid and the exact process for eliminating them from your life.

3. Do only the most important things.
People say to me, "I've got my friends, my family, my company party, my church, decorating to do, gifts to buy, food to cook, and dozens of other activities on my plate. They all seem important. So how do I take your advice and do only the most important things?"

First, all the people in your life are NOT equally important. Focus on the folks who mean the most to you and get to the others later in the year. Second, all the activities on your schedule are NOT equally important. Select three activities that would bring the most meaning … for YOU. Make sure you do those three things … and don't add anything else to your schedule unless you truly have the time and desire.

4. Choose your fights carefully.
Gatherings at work and at home often bring difficult people together. Don't get sucked into a conflict unnecessarily. Don't get involved unless you can answer "yes" to these three questions: 1) Does a threat exist? 2) Is it worth a fight? 3) If I fight can I make a positive difference?

5. Set your spending limits in advance.
I hear so many people talk about the high cost of living.... but I don't buy it. It's not the high cost of living that causes the holiday stress. It's the cost of living high. So set your spending limits in advance. Know what you are comfortable spending and stick to that decision. But I'll give you a warning. You will be tempted to spend more because somebody else is spending more. And you'll be tempted to spend more to make up for the time you didn't give someone this last year. You will resist those temptations if you set your spending limits in advance.

6. Pay attention to your body.
If you're not quite sure if the holiday stress is getting to you (or the stress at work on any given occasion), listen to your body to see if you're off balance or have too much stress. Your body will always give you some signals (such as more frequent headaches, muscle tensions, eating changes, or sleep difficulties) when you're over-stressed. Pay attention. If you don't listen to those signals, your distress will lead to disease.

7. Practice an attitude of gratitude.
It's all too easy to get stressed out and it's easy to get somewhat negative about that. But you can eliminate that stress by practicing an attitude of gratitude. Simply put, the more thanks you give, the less stress you'll have. So let me recommend a simple exercise for you. Take two minutes to list all the things you're thankful for. And then take a walk outside, by yourself, and say out loud a thousand times, "Thank you." And what will happen? When the stresses start coming in your direction, your list of thanks will come back into your head and cancel out those negative stresses.

8. Be an actor.
Instead of reacting to other people's holiday expectations or demanding behavior, choose to respond in a way that you feel good about. Don't come down to their level. Let your personal and professional enthusiasm bring them up to your level.

9. Do a check up from the neck up.
Examine your attitude. 85% of people are programmed negatively. What about you? Do you fall into that category? The way you find out the answer is to examine your first reaction to any bit of news you might receive. When you go to your desk and find a note from your boss that says, "See me immediately," what is your first reaction? Do you think, "Great, the raise is coming early this year"? Or is your first reaction, "What did I do wrong this time?" 85% expect the negative.

There are three things you can do to get you started in that direction. First, set the goal of getting a better attitude. Second, do some affirmations. As silly as it sounds, tell yourself, over and over again, "I'm a positive person with a positive attitude." And third, ask a couple of people to hold you accountable, to praise you when you're showing a more positive attitude and to encourage you when you're getting down.

10. Remember you can change.
Don't buy into the big lie... when people say, "I can't help the way I feel, that's just the way I am." You may not know how to change your attitude but it is totally changeable if you simply spend five minutes a day practicing the strategies listed above. You can always change for the better.

ACTION:
Each of these ten strategies is a gift you give to yourself. Which will you choose to give yourself?

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8 Reasons You Should NEVER Drink Water While Standing

 

 

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The exercise this man is showing has cured and saved thousands from heart blockages....!

Now his video has gone viral and thousand of heart patients are searching for this clip.

So watch this clip and try this exercise.

Some people claimed that their back pain vanished in just 7 days....!

 

 

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A group of Japanese Doctors confirmed that warm water is 100% effective in resolving some health problems such as:-
  
1. Migraine
2. High blood pressure
3. Low blood pressure
4. Pain of joints
5. Sudden increase and decrease of heartbeat
6. Epilepsy
7. Increasing level of cholesterol 
8. Cough
9. Bodily discomfort
10. Golu pain
11. Asthma
12. Hooping cough 
13. Blockage of veins
14. Disease related to Uterus & Urine 
15. Stomach problems
16. Poor appetite
17. Also all diseases related to the eyes, ear & throat.
18. Headache

HOW TO USE WARM WATER
 
Get up early in the morning and drink approximately 2 glasses of warm water when the stomach is empty. You may not be able to make 2 glasses at the beginning but slowly you will.

NOTE: 
DO NOT eat anything 45mins after taking the water. 

The warm water therapy will resolve the health problems within reasonable period such as:-

✔ Diabetes in 30 days 
✔ Blood pressure in 30 days 
✔ Stomach problems in 10 days
✔ All types of Cancer in 9 months 
✔ Blockage of veins in 6 months 
✔ Poor appetite in 10 days 
✔ Uterus and related diseases in 10 days 
✔ Nose, Ear, and Throat problems in 10 days 
✔ Women problems in 15 days 
✔ Heart diseases in 30 days 
✔ Headache/migraine in 3 days
✔ Cholesterol in 4 months 
✔ Epilepsy and paralysis continuously in 9 months 
✔ Asthma in 4 months 

COLD WATER IS BAD FOR YOU!!! 
If cold water does not affect you at young age, it will harm you at old age.

* Cold water closes 4 veins of the heart and causes heart attack. Cold drinks are main reason for heart attack. 

* It also creates problems in the liver. It makes fat stuck with liver. Most people waiting for liver transplant are victims of cold water drinking. 

* Cold water affect internal walls of the stomach. It affects the large intestine and results in Cancer. 

 

 

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        Blood Cloke -

They Now Have a new Indicator - the Tongue

🍃 Senario :- During a BBQ (Garden Party), a woman stumbled and took a little fall - she assured everyone that she was fine. They offered to call paramedics ... she said she had just tripped over a brick because of her new shoes.

They got her cleaned up and got her a new plate of food. While she appeared a bit shaken up, Jasmine went about enjoying herself the rest of the evening.

🍃 Jasmine's husband called later to say that his wife had been taken to the hospital - (at 6:00 PM Jasmne passed away)

She had suffered a stroke at the BBQ (Garden Party).

Had they known how to identify the signs of a stroke, perhaps Jasmne would be with us today.

🍃 A neurologist says that if he can get to a stroke victim within 3 hours he can reverse the effects of a stroke .... TOTALLY.

He said the trick was getting a stroke recognized, diagnosed, and then getting the patient medically cared for within 3 hours, which is tough.

🍃 RECOGNIZING A STROKE

🍃 Sometimes symptoms of a stroke are difficult to identify.

Unfortunately, the lack of awareness spells disaster.

When people nearby fail to recognize the symptoms of a stroke, the stroke victim may suffer severe brain damage . Some don't die; instead they end up in a helpless, hopeless condition.

Now doctors say a bystander can recognize a stroke by asking three simple questions (Remember the First Three Letters of 🍃 STROKE 🍃
🍃 S. T. R. 😞

✅ S Ask the individual to SMILE.

✅ T  Ask the person to TALK and SPEAK A *SIMPLE SENTENCE (Coherently)
(e.g. The world is round)

✅ R Ask him or her to RAISE BOTH ARMS.

🍃 If he or she has trouble with ANY ONE of these tasks, call emergency number immediately and describe the symptoms to the dispatcher.

🍃 New Sign of a Stroke -

✅ Stick out Your Tongue!

NOTE: Another 'sign' of a stroke is this: Ask the person to 'stick' out his or her tongue.

If the tongue is 'crooked', if it goes to one side or the other that is also an indication of a stroke.
 

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