Friday, July 5, 2013

Be the healthier

It is strange that we sometimes have to go through a lot of suffering or immediately before we calculate welfare as an option. We are very willing to be sub-par and deal with problems such as headache or cold; We don't think of as 'healthy' normal, but that is what it should be. Our 'normal' must be full of spark energy as we were as children. But poisoned ourselves and stay in bed and watch TV and smoke and generally don't seem to want to be kind to ourselves, but recovery to be kind to ourselves is enormous!

Make the impact of positive life course demonstrated that applying these positive methods are working. I have to be more productive and of the comments that I have received, I am having a positive impact. There is energy available to carry out the projects and the things I only dreamed of. The main difference has been my desire to not listening to my doubts and fears. Now when I get to a belief/thought/negative and destructive trial I have just put to one side, literally ignore it and get a mental picture to put that energy behind me. My thought is to go from positive action that can be done; in fact, even before that, I turn my mind positive results see why most inspire me.

I've always had this positive; I was as a child and then quite the opposite as a teenager. Later my experiences made me totally devoid of confidence. I feel like in the years that I've been tempered steel myself.

When I was little and very ill with Eczema my parents fought to get me into a special school, they quite literally saved my life, I had one of the severest forms of this condition -with two germs waging war against each other within my skin and me as well and the distraction and lack of sleep drove me out of my mind (and body, all my memories are from outside of myself) and both my parents had no sleep and had to work; my mum had a nervous breakdown and my brother I think, was quite neglected, but so lovely that I remember seeing him looking very helpless at what to do, yet wanting so much to help. He didn't know it but his just being there and wanting - helped.

I got better at the school and turned into a tearaway. Then I got depressed, and when I realized this in my late teens I read up on it and saw that exercise was a cure. Instead of taking up jogging I went on a selection weekend to become an Adventure Sports Instructor, and fake-smiled a lot. Somehow I passed, and then I had to fake-smile and laugh, and act, and motivate kids/adults a lot more; until three months later I laughed quite spontaneously and unrehearsed. Nobody realized that depression was one of the reasons I took up adventure sports.

After the season was over I contracted Glandular Fever. The Doctor prescribed bed rest which was lucky as there wasn't anything else I could do; I couldn't stand up, feed myself, clothe myself or anything for a week or two. For some reason the Doctor didn't say that Glandular Fever is a form of the Epstein Barr Virus (a streptococcus with teeth) and that it can result in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or M.E; as I didn't know this for the next few years I simply thought I wasn't so well because of my Asthma or Eczema (see picture) or something, but slowly it became obvious as it developed into C.F.S to the point that some days I couldn't get out of bed to get a drink of water. Again it was only a few people who knew, even then they may not have known just how debilitated I was. Getting money sorted was a nightmare, I failed all my job commitments remarkably reliably and to my own chagrin because I was a fighter, I 'did' things, I got myself out of trouble, I was independent.

When I finally thought 'enough's enough', I went to see a Doctor of Tibetan Medicine. I knew that western medicine is good if you're just about to die of whatever, but for chronic conditions an Eastern/Native medical tradition was my best bet, plus I'd always been interested in Tibetan practices. I was very lucky; this Doctor, Christopher Hansard and his Apprentice Physician, Stephanie Wright from The Eden Medical Centre, Kings Road, Chelsea, London went out of their way to help me. I still feel I owe them so much. Slowly over the last six/seven years I've been able to rebuild my energy levels, my immune system and all the vitality that had been stolen by the M.E.

I learned that my muscles weren't getting enough oxygen and that explained the symptoms of weakness, lack of concentration and poor sleep. It takes such a long time to understand this illness when you're the one that has it it's no wonder it's so misunderstood. I beat myself up about it so much. It wasn't until last March that the symptom of a fogginess over my mind lifted (I wasn't consciously aware of it until it went), suddenly I could remember things and I started memorizing poetry just because I could! It was a joy. Since then that fogginess has come and gone but now it's mostly gone and I'm doing exercise consistently without the fatigue backlash I used to get a day or two after. There's also a liver weakness with this illness so I've taken Dandelion root tea and Burdock to strengthen my liver and it has recovered to normal.

What you need to know if your baby has Eczema

Eczema can begin with the ordinary which may itchy graduated in skin redness, scaling and even oozing. Usually, the rash begins when the child is born. Thinking that it is just a normal eruption, parents often do not watch it. Unfortunately, not all rashes disappear. More of one problem is that it is difficult to manage eczema in one so young due to lack of medication that has no side effects. Children are more vulnerable to the side effects of drugs and as much as possible, should not be given anything.

This does not mean that his son should not have taken a medication for eczema. All this depends on the diagnosis, prognosis and how doctors to see the problem. Some doctors will prescribe you a topical steroids such as hydrocortisone creams steroid with energy. However, the use of this drug should be monitored especially for children under two years of age. Use of the drug for long periods of time can cause serious side effects such as thinning of the skin and stretch marks. These drugs also should not be used on the face or on the skin to be treated, for example, on the back when you use a diaper. Check the warning tag about medicine and consult your doctor for more information.

Another form of medicine that your doctor might prescribe is the immunimodulators, which is used to control flare-ups. Often, this is used as soon as the child starts itching. What is great about this product is that it can also be used on the face for children over the age of two. For those under two years old, care should be done.

For the most part, eczema is the product of an irritant or an allergic reaction to an allergen. This is actually easier to treat because the cause of the eczema is something that can be found outside the environment. Once you have identified it, you can make sure that your child does not come near it. To treat this, doctors might also prescribe an antihistamine to treat the allergic reaction. This is especially true for very young children who are often disturbed in their sleep by frequent itching. Another good thing about antihistamines is the fact that they have a sedating effect which may help relax your children.

At home, you can use cold compresses to relieve the itchiness and to help control scratching. Remember that scratching can exacerbate the condition and spread the problem to other parts of the body. Because the nails can harbor bacteria, scratching can also infect the skin and cause extreme flare-ups and side effects.


People infected by eczema skin disorder or disease are million, is an uncomfortable road ahead for any victim while treatments are carried out to control the symptoms.

One of the symptoms that is the intense itching; a victim finds satisfaction in scratching the area offensive, where sometimes use a tool like a brush for hair, which can be very dangerous, so make the condition worse.
In some cases, the entire body is massacred and abused by this disease from head to toes. The patient's skin is embedded with cracks and folds of scaly patches. The areas behind the back of caps of knee between the elbows until the private parts I found that the worst nooks and crannies infected by eczema.

Unconscious with her compulsive scratching the patient has not understood that they caused the cracked skin to become an open wound, which is now vulnerable to infection. Adults have a better chance in the control of eczema that of children. Children do not understand gravity this complaint can become if attacked by human hands.

This skin disease can be severe at times where patients are wet wrapped and hospitalized.
Eczema if it comes into contact with certain substances can iritante skin of the victim even more, causing the ailment explode and react in many different ways. Please check with your local doctor in these irritants that cause more pain and suffering for the patient.

Steroid creams are prescribed in severe cases and is very commonly used to ease and control this vicious skin disorder. We also have herbal remedies and cures. I state most importantly before buying over the shop counter that you consult your doctor.

Is it a miracle?
I entered the house of God on the day of my little baby sons christening. His face covered with spots and his red raw weeping neck made me feel helpless as a mother. My little boy was ravished from head to toe with eczema.

My little baby with no name at the time was blessed by me by sprinkling holy water onto his neck.

The eczema was still with him for many years, but his neck was cleared of the eczema from that very day. I sometimes now wish I had had held him by the heel just like the mother of Archilles.

I will never know was this a miracle or just a coincidence. What I do know is that you believe in what you want to believe so I end this article with a thank you to GOD.

Therapy with stem cells for multiple sclerosis

Today the world of technological innovations. Medical science is one of the fields that are an integral part of life. This field also has advanced greatly in recent years. A number of diseases that were considered untreatable treated now in almost all parts of the world. Chronic disease has been cause for concern for those affected by them and their families also. These diseases are said to be incurable. But thanks to advances in medical science, treatable chronic diseases. This miracle happened due to the introduction of the new technique called stem cell therapy.
Diseases that are curable now only because of the introduction of stem cell therapy are as follows.

Replacement of organs as liver and kidney, cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases, common deficiency, lesions of spinal cord, dental surgery, autism, cancer, diabetes, hepatitis C treatment, depression, anti aging, pain in the joints, lungs, etc., and list of endless diseases can now be treated with the help of this new technique. Multiple sclerosis is a disease now considered cured with the help of this new technology. Let's see how this therapy for multiple sclerosis works and helps people who suffer from this chronic disease in the disturbance.

This process is all about injecting stem cells into the body of the person suffering from diseases. These are the ones which are immature and have the ability to adapt the surroundings and develop into other types of the cells. Once these cells are injected into the body of the person suffering from the disease, they start secreting growth factors. These growth factors attract the blood vessel to facilitate them in producing new cells. These new cells replace the damaged and the sick cells and help the body in fighting against the disease. This is known as the stem cell therapy for multiple sclerosis.

This therapy is useful in treating many different chronic diseases and multiple sclerosis is one of those diseases. Multiple sclerosis is a disease in which a person's immune system attacks the nervous system of the person and in the end, the particular person remains wheel chair bound. Until few years back this disease was considered incurable but now with the introduction of this therapy for multiple sclerosis this disease has now a proper treatment. In this process bone marrow of the person suffering from this disease is taken and then this are injected in to it. Then, working of this starts as explained in the above paragraph, enabling the body to cure its disease to a large extent with the help of production of new cells. This is a type of treatment in which a person gets cured form his disease without any kind of surgery.

Treatments for diabetes

Before the discovery of insulin in 1921, with diabetes type 1 died a few years after the diagnosis. Although insulin is not a cure, his discovery was the first breakthrough in the treatment of diabetes.

Today, healthy eating, physical activity and insulin injection or insulin pump are basic therapies for type 1 diabetes. The amount of insulin must be balanced with the intake of food and daily activities. Blood glucose levels should be monitored closely by the frequent blood glucose monitoring.

Healthy eating, physical activity and blood glucose tests are the basic tools of management for type 2 diabetes. In addition, many people with type 2 diabetes require oral medications and insulin to control blood glucose levels.

People with diabetes must take responsibility for their day-to-day care. Much of the daily care involves keeping blood glucose levels from going too low or too high. When blood glucose levels drop too low from certain diabetes medicines--a condition known as hypoglycemia--a person can become nervous, shaky, and confused. Judgment can be impaired. If blood glucose falls too low, a person can faint.

Treatment of type 1 diabetes: Type 1 Diabetes must be treated with insulin shots. This involves injecting insulin under the skin -- in the fat -- for it to get absorbed into the blood stream where it can then access all the cells of the body which require it. Insulin cannot be taken as a pill because the juices in the stomach would destroy the insulin before it could work. Lack of insulin production by the pancreas makes type 1 diabetes particularly difficult to control. Treatment requires a strict regimen that typically includes a carefully calculated diet, planned physical activity, home blood glucose testing several times a day, and multiple daily insulin injections.

Treatment of type 2 diabetes: Treatment typically includes diet control, exercise, home blood glucose testing, and, in some cases, oral medication and/or insulin. Approximately 40 percent of people with type 2 diabetes require insulin injections.

What to eat and not eat if you have diabetes

diabetesdiabetesDiabetes is a condition that one lives permanently by the person afflicted with it. If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, do not lose hope as there are ways of dealing with the disease. You can also control the symptoms of his disease and improve your overall well-being, if you know how to do it. In this sense, it is very important that you know what to eat and not eat if you have diabetes.

The number of people who are diagnosed with diabetes every year balloons is very alarming until this condition affects any people more, take a look close to our diet. For those who suffer from diabetes, it should be followed by a diet high in fiber but low in fat. Stay away from saturated fats and sugars also can be done.

Diabetics must have an intake of fiber and one of the best fiber-rich foods include fruits and vegetables. The fruits are carbohydrates and natural sugars that should be taken in moderation. Two to four servings of fruit each day is needed for a diabetic diet.

Vegetables should be included in a diabetic diet and must be served three to five times a day. Vegetables that are perfect for diabetic people include carrots, tomatoes, cabbage, spinach, cucumbers, broccoli and lettuce.

Since carbohydrates are very important in a person's diet, it follows that a person afflicted with diabetes has to have some in his diet as well. Carbohydrates are important because it is a good source of energy, vitamins, and minerals. It even has the necessary fiber that maintains blood sugar levels. Whole grain products are recommended for diabetics since it takes a longer time for the body to break it down thus keeping the body from releasing unpredictable amount of sugar. Best sources of carbohydrates include beans, oats, barley, corn, potatoes and pasta.

Dairy products such as milk and cheese must be limited since they are very rich in carbohydrates. If you are a lover of dairy products, then you might consider going low-fat and unsweetened as you need two to three servings of dairy products per day.

Protein should also be included in your diet albeit only having to consume six ounces a day spread over three meals. Best sources of proteins include fish, beans, nuts, and poultry.

Though fats and sweets are necessary for our body to function at its optimum, it has to be taken in moderation and must be strictly under control.

Types of diabetes

Types of diabetes
 Diabetes is a disorder of the metabolism of the digestion system of our body for energy and growth. Almost all the foods we eat by glucose, or sugar, which is the fuel for our body.
Types of diabetes
 After digestion, glucose passes into the bloodstream, where it is used by cells for growth and energy. For glucose enter the cells, insulin must be present. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas, a large gland behind the stomach.
Types of diabetes
 When we eat, the pancreas automatically produces the right amount of insulin to move glucose from blood into our cells. For people who have diabetes, this is the place of the disorder, there is the pancreas produces little or no insulin or cells poorly in responsiveness to insulin producing.
Types of diabetes
 Types of diabetes: The three main types of diabetes are

Type 1 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
Types of diabetes
 Gestational diabetes
Diabetes type 1 (formerly known as insulin - dependent diabetes)
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease. An autoimmune disease occurs when the system of the body to fight the infection is stopped in one part of the body. In diabetes, the immune system attacks the pancreatic insulin-producing beta cells and destroys them. Then, the pancreas produces little or no insulin. A person who has type 1 diabetes must take insulin daily to survive.
Types of diabetes
 Type 2 diabetes (formerly known as diabetes non - insulin - dependent)
The most common form of diabetes is type 2 diabetes. They have almost 90-95 per cent of people with type 2 diabetes. This form of diabetes is strongly genetic. About 80% of people with type 2 diabetes are overweight.
Types of diabetes
 Type 2 diabetes is being diagnosed more and more in children and adolescents. However, diabetes type 2 in young people are not in common.
When type 2 diabetes is diagnosed, usually the pancreas produce insulin, but for unknown reasons, the body does not use insulin effectively, a condition called insulin resistance. After several years, it reduces the production of insulin. The result is the same as for diabetes type 1-glucose accumulates in the blood and the body can not make efficient use of its main source of fuel.
Types of diabetes

Gestational diabetes (Gdm)
Gestational diabetes develops during pregnancy. As type 2 diabetes, occurs more often in African Americans, native Americans, Hispanics and women with a family history of diabetes. Women who have had gestational diabetes are 20-50% chance of developing diabetes type 2 within 5 to 10 years.