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Rashmi Das - Freelance Writer with 1 Reviews
Rashmi Das
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Empty Handed

Your anger will punish you for no reason; in the end you will think what was your mistake. That is after left of anger. Kind of side effects which cannot be healed, you will be left with regrets. Regrets with no sense of meaning. When you will have nothing with you what will be the use of regret and to whom will you regret. To the tears you have given to the people whom you were bothered the most. Is it possible to payback, return the cost of the tears. Is it possible to earn respect which you had once? Is it possible to get loved. No that person has lost patience I think may be broken.If you only don’t know the meaning of patience how you can expect from others. Your anger has eaten you and left you as a selfish piece of mass, who wants other people to behave according to you. You want others to become your puppet. And you will be very happy with your blind eyes but can't see the tears people are drinking to make you feel happy irrespective of the credit which they will never get for that. Be the change in you not in others. You will feel what real soul is pure everything will come alive with positive vibes. Merci:)

Predisposition to Disliking Exercise

Exercise may help prevent at least 35 chronic unhealthy conditions and premature death. Despite all of this, something like 90% of us over the age of 12 fail to get as much exercise as we should. This is almost certainly not because we don’t believe in those benefits. Instead, it looks like at least part of the reason may be that some of us are genetically programmed to hate exercise. The evidence that genes play a big role in people’s interest in exercise comes mostly from twin and family studies. For example, a recent reportfound that genetics explained 47% of the behavior of people who like to exercise and 31% of the behavior of those who avoid exercise whenever they can. The rest of the reluctance to or enthusiasm for exercise can be chalked up to environmental factors like already being overweight or coming from a family that doesn’t exercise or about a thousand other possibilities. What makes the obviousness of exercise motivation genes interesting is that if there is a biological link to lack of enthusiasm for exercise, then there is a chance that we might one day be able to tweak things to make exercise enjoyable for everyone. With a gentle prod from these new meds, people who get no thrill from exercise might now be able to love it. The health benefits of such a treatment would be staggering. The best chance in the short term for finding the biological reason behind why some people like exercise more than others is probably in rats. Studies on rats have shown that not wanting to exercise is a trait that can be passed down generation after generation. And scientists have even started to figure out the differences between the brains of rats that love to exercise and those with better things to do. Breeding Rats That Hate to Exercise With a few more mature neurons, this rat might choose exercising over eating. The rat story starts a few years ago when scientists noticed that some rats loved to run around on their wheel all night while others liked doing that a whole lot less. These scientists then took the most enthusiastic exercisers and put them together so they would breed. They did the same thing with the least enthusiastic rats. They repeated this for each group for ten generations. In the end, the researchers found that a huge gap had developed between these two groups in terms of their desire to exercise. These scientists had selectively bred two groups of rats that could now be compared so as to identify the biological reasons for their differences in behavior. Previous work had pointed to a part of the brain called the nucleus accumbens (NAc) as being important in exercise motivation in rats. This make sense as this is the part of the brain that acts as a reward center for voluntary sorts of actions. Using a variety of techniques, researchers in a recent study not only confirmed that a key difference between the two rat groups was in the NAc part of the brain, but they were also able to make an educated guess about what that difference might be. It turns out that rats that don’t like to exercise have more immature neurons in this part of the brain. And conversely, those that really liked to exercise had more mature neurons. Liking exercise has to do with maturity! This finding in no way explains everything about exercise motivation in rats. But it is a great start that points scientists in the right direction to learn even more. If these sorts of findings translate to people, then we may one day find a way to help more people get motivated to get some exercise. Then we can finally shut all those people up who keep badgering us about exercising. Merci… :)

Amazed by results: Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is created by fermenting regular apple cider. Bacteria work to break down the sugars and yeast. It transforms the broken-down sugars and yeast first into alcohol and then into vinegar. There are no official guidelines concerning taking vinegar internally. Some people take one to two teaspoons a day, mixed in a glass of water, before meals or in the morning, and report benefits from doing so. Research suggests it may have some real health benefits ACV is strong stuff, so you are best to dilute it with water when you apply it all over your face. Don’t be naughty and use undiluted ACV on the skin. It is very acidic and can damage the skin. It depends on the tolerance of your skin. Just make sure you shake it before you use it, so that the water and ACV are thoroughly mixed up. ACV a Face Toner “Skin is naturally acidic but when vinegar is used as a toner, it helps skin find the ideal balance between dry and oily,” says Dr. Karen Hammerman, cosmetic dermatologist at Vanguard Dermatology in New York City. I dilute a tablespoon of ACV with a few drops of water and apply with a cotton ball three to four times a week. If you have extremely sensitive skin, try adding more water to the mixture and use less frequently. Oil control - Chronic oily skin leads to breakouts and oily patches on the face. This can make wearing makeup problematic. Apple vinegar toner can help control oil production and reduce the appearance of oiliness. Antiseptic - Beauty mavens have used apple vinegar for centuries to clean their skin. As an antiseptic, apple cider vinegar kills bacteria and yeast that may trigger breakouts. Balance pH - Enjoy good skin health by maintaining your pH level. Acids keep your skin remain elastic and youthful looking. Natural skin care - Apple cider vinegar is an all-natural skin toner that you can make yourself. Using natural products will insure the best care for sensitive skin that may react adversely to harsh chemicals. Stimulate circulation - For better looking skin, get your blood moving with an application of apple cider toner to the face and body. Natural alpha-hydroxy and acetic acids in this fluid stimulates the skin's capillaries. Improved circulation gives your skin a natural rosy flush. ACV as a Hair Rinse "Apple cider vinegar contains acetic acid which, when applied to your scalp, removes excess buildup left from styling products and shampoos," says Hammerman. Twice a month, after shampooing, I pour one to two cups of the vinegar on my hair; I massage it into my scalp and let it sit for a few minutes before rinsing. Don't worry, the smell won't stick around---but if you'd prefer. Apple cider vinegar can function as a hair conditioner, in the same way as baking soda works as a natural shampoo. Porosity is your hair’s ability to absorb and maintain moisture. Apple cider vinegar’s acidity can improve porosity by sealing the hair cuticle. As a result, hair will maintain more moisture. Apple cider vinegar flattens the hair surface, allowing a comb or brush to glide easily through the hair. Truly a hair cure-all. ACV has even been known to stimulate hair growth in some hair loss cases. ACV has the ability to smooth the hair’s cuticle, which helps prevent split ends and breakage. Here’s how to make your own apple cider vinegar rinse: You can add apple cider vinegar to your hair regimen by mixing 1 part ACV into 1 part warm, filtered tap water. Apply the vinegar rinse after shampooing, then rinse it all out, or for extra conditioning, you can leave the rinse on your hair for a minute or two. This natural hair care product can be used once a week or as needed. ACV for Weight loss If you are not used to the taste and effects of ACV, you might want to include it into your diet gradually. Start by adding 1 teaspoon of ACV to a cup of water and drink it once a day. Then, increase the amount of vinegar per serving, and the frequency of drinking. Ideally, you should add 2 tablespoons of vinegar to a cup of water and drink it one to three times a day. To kick start the metabolism and influence the feeling of fullness, it’s best to drink it about an hour before your meal. As an addition to your pre-meal serving, some also suggest drinking it first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach. ACV will not provide you with a quick weight loss. The changes will be gradual, but permanent. Don’t be impatient and allow it some time. Sometimes losing just one pound a month and not re-gaining it afterwards, can be the real success. How fast you’ll lose weight, depends on other factors as well, such as your exercise, nutrition,stress and genetic factors. For best and fastest effects, you need to combine this natural product with other techniques for losing weight, so the function of vinegar gets supported with lifestyle changes. ACV controls Blood sugar levels ACV prevents uncontrollable sugar spikes and crashes that make you want to nibble between meals. When your blood sugar is stable, it’s much easier to stick to your diet and eat only when your body needs it. The previously mentioned study also measured blood sugar levels in the vinegar-fed and control group. Participants who were given ACV had significantly lower post-meal blood glucose levels (there was no spike that usually follows a meal high in carbohydrates). Furthermore, those who consumed a higher dose of vinegar, benefited from the effect even 90 minutes after eating.

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Apr 19, 2016 11:35

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