Wednesday, May 12, 2010

To Be Comfortable When We Have Positive Thinking

Thinking is a human’s natural instinct which is God’s blessing for them to separate them from others. It can be positive or negative thinking or both kinds of thinking. However, most people have the propensity to be dominated by one kind of thinking due to their genetic personality.

The pattern of thinking can be learned, applied and changed every time as needed. People build their personalities from these kinds of thinking step by step. They have different tolerance degrees for different problems, situations and mind levels. When they think about a bad situation or have a big problem then they will be unhappy or depressed. Consequently, their mind will attract them to situation similar to their thinking.

Negative thinking focuses on the notion of negative side which sometimes makes you trapped in your mind. You will have perceptions that make you not dare to walk away or make a new decision because you are trapped in the bad side of the mind only.

When you have negative thinking then the energy you need is bigger, your body will respond like you are in a dangerous position and then the body will stimulate adrenaline and antihistamines. As a result your bodies feel unhealthy and uncomfortable. This condition gives a very bad effect on your body and psychological development. You become suspicious to the others, tend to withdraw from relationships, become not confident and have working partner problems.

Unlike the case with people who are always thinking negatively, positive thinking resolves a situation or problem from a positive side. You think positively and therefore have a great sense of optimism, always want to learn, want to get ahead, dare to take risks, make decisions easily and you are sure to succeed.

Positive thinking does not mean seeing a condition always correctly, but it is how you see the problem clearly and always be confident that you can handle it as well because you can control your thoughts in an optimal sense. Thus, in a bad condition you can keep working and making decisions well. By considering an issue as an opportunity to go forward or to strive to develop chance, there is no reason for not being able to solve the problems. You should also be confident that God will ease your affairs.

With a good pattern of thinking, you will always have positive thought and the negative thoughts acting as counterweight. Using considerations on the bad things then any decision taken will be a simple and easy one. Your life becomes more meaningful. You will have a good sense of humor and become a happy person.

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Sunday, May 2, 2010

Fruits and Green Leafy Vegetables

You’ve probably heard that carrots are good for your eyes, and they are, but according to some new work out of the University of Georgia, green leafy vegetables and colored fruits are also incredibly helpful to our vision. Researchers have found that foods containing pigments known to science as carotenoids help your visual performance, and are very likely to prevent age related eye diseases.

Green Leafy Vegetables

Experts have long suspected a link between these substances and improved eye function, and the latest work, appearing in the December 2009 Journal of Food Science, offers strong support for this relationship.

The team estimates about 600 carotenoids can be identified in nature, but only a fraction of these (20 have been found in human blood) are absorbed into the body.

Carotenoids are responsible for the red, yellow and orange color of fruits (apricots, mangoes) and veggies (squash, sweet potatoes), and also the rich, dark of those leafy vegetables.

Leafy green vegetables and colored fruits are loaded with two particular carotenoids – lutein and Zeaxanthin – both playing a key role in vision, as well as having a positive impact on the retina according to the team led by Billy R. Hammond, Ph.D., a professor of neuroscience and experimental psychology at the University of Georgia.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Alternative health eye lenses

In matters of health and hygiene, fortunately today we have better alternatives and products that give us the opportunity to lead a healthier lifestyle, practice and quality, for example we can consider having a few disposable diapers, sterile syringes or needles, toothbrushes with replacement time indicator and so on. Contact lenses now also we can share its benefits in this regard as they constitute one of the alternatives used to correct optical defects such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, to mix with the use of glasses in most cases, another application is when used for cosmetic purposes to improve the appearance of the eye (optical non-visual) or appearance and image of who uses them in healthy eyes.

Finally, there are therapeutic contact lenses that are used to decrease the discomfort caused by irregularities in the surface of the cornea, injuries or diseases and to protect it from dryness in some diseases where the lid cannot adequately protect the eyeball (eg facial paralysis).

Despite these dizzying developments in products and technologies, it is interesting that there are still some myths about contact lenses, such as:

“Contact lenses can cause eye infections”
False: One of the possible causes of eye infection is the poor or inadequate user hygiene, contamination of the lens due mainly to their use for long periods of time (more than 12 months) and low oxygenation thick materials or obsolete technology.
With a schedule of frequent replacement (biweekly, monthly or even daily), you can maintain a healthy cornea and eliminate the possibility of infection.