Feb 25, 2013

Living and working in a WI FI environment

Are you one of those people who work constantly in a toxic office environment and are subjected to electromagnetic radiation at every turn? Is every moment of your time taken up with surfing the net and spending long periods of time on the laptop? Are you aware of the pitfalls and what can happen if you are not protected against a radiation environment? Wi-Fi modems use dangerous electromagnetic radiation to send their signals to your computer – and if you live or work in a dangerous environment the danger is compounded.

Cable modems and DSL routers
Did you know that most health damage comes from cable modems and DSL routers that do not get turned off at night? They remain on and stay connected to your machines whether or not you are surfing and flooding your space with electromagnetic radiation. Recent EMF studies have shown that prolonged exposure to wireless DSL or cable devices cause tumors as well as memory loss and other types of brain damage.

Working safely
Moving away is not an option as EMFs are designed to flood homes and buildings. They can be turned off when not in use but there are other signals to deal with.  This is where SafeSpace products come in; they are designed to influence artificial EMFs and restore coherence and balance to the fields around you by setting up a corrective resonance – meaning they alter the EMF, changing it from harmful to harmless. In other words, the dangers of EMFs are neutralized and the field harmonized. They are affordable, easy to use and proven effective in independent EMF studies.

Recommended for use with wireless devices
SafeSpace 1 – Clears 1000 ft. radius – great for homes, offices, schools, dormitories
SafeSpace2  - Counteract the fields around the router and computer
SafeSpaceAppliance Patch – Neutralizes the 60-hertz field from any technologies that plug into a wall

Feb 21, 2013

Advantages of companionship in your sixties

Today age 50 is the new 60. People are living longer, climbing mountains in their fifties and sixties, chasing down boar in Norway, enjoying a good meal with friends or a long walk with an old companion. Companionship is like a warm bowl of soup after a brisk ski on the slopes. Everyone craves warmth and love and would value a friend who understands them and share ideas with – sort of an all-weather buddy who is there for you in sickness, golf and good health. 

Value of companionship
A companion can mean an old friend doing something as simple as just sitting together on the front porch admiring the setting sun, or helping one another in the garden – and can make a huge change in that person’s life.  A companion may not call on the phone every day but shows up for birthdays and funerals and is there for you when it counts. The biggest advantage of companionship, however, is that you have a special person in your life, that you are not alone, and that there will always be someone special who cares for you no matter where you are in the world. One cannot buy companionship; one earns it with love and respect. You can do anything when you have a partner and share things. No task is too great. You have peace and security. Your friend is one who knows your very nature and can defend you.

Good companions
A good companion can read your mind and know what you want before you ask it. Think of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, Bogart and Lauren Bacall – and what about those two crackpots in The Honeymooners? Companions come in all sizes, shapes, and age. There is indeed much to admire in good companionship especially when it evokes feelings of love and togetherness.

Are blind dates foolproof?

You can expect one of three things to happen on a blind date. That on the night of the date the guy will check you out from a distance; he likes what he sees and is in the restaurant to greet you, or he takes an immediate dislike to you and says he has to leave early to have supper at his mother’s house. How can you change a perception without having met and talked with the person? Well, for one thing you know that he showed up; he could easily have beaten a track to the subway. Maybe he too is taking precautions, and he has a right to. People play many games.

How honest are you on the date?
Do you go for full disclosure on the first date or do you hang back? An equal exchange of information is the best. If you can handle an inauspicious interview, that is fine as long as you are being honest also. Maybe a first date should just be a quick coffee and introduction.  Give the other person something to think about. Have a space of about three or four days if you want to call the person again. By this time the person would have thought quite a lot about it and would know and be more forthcoming also and ask questions.

What to talk about
In your talking together find out his interest in sports. Guys like to talk about their favourite players and horse around. With one or two words, invite him or her to talk about what gets them going and what makes them tick. On either of these two or three exchanges you will have from home, keep them short and light-hearted. Don’t try to impress. Keep it real. Short exchanges are better in the long run as you can think about it and toss it around; like short bursts of information. Are you ready to take it to the next step and make that first call? If you like the person and want to know more this is a good point to start from.

Feb 7, 2013

The many benefits of prayer

Every so often we are tested in a way we can never comprehend. How we respond to the challenge can be a crippling experience. Still, we cannot stand idly by and watch our lives go to pot. We have to participate in this life, be satisfied and accepting, be part of the universe and all that is in it, and believe that you will obtain your objectives. This is where prayer can be very helpful and where it does not matter what faith you worship; God is listening.  God hears.  God responds.  Some people do something tangible to deal with the pain and go out and help the poor, and others deal with it internally, keeping it all inside. Irrespective of the method, we all want nearness to God and to make sense of things and lead whole and happy lives. Sometimes we have to look harder for what we want or search in places we never thought we would look.

Prayer when all else seems hopeless
Prayer can give you peace of mind and keep you from going crazy when it seems the whole world is turned against you – communicating with God is different for everyone and we all have our own ways of connecting with Him. A true believer believes that only God can provide the comfort and help they need. Others may have different beliefs. Wherever you are however, you can always pray and give thanks. Sometimes it might seem like a mountainous undertaking and you think you will never succeed but you do.   

Are all prayers the same?
There are many ways for people to perform prayer. Not all prayer has rituals and as long as one prays and keeps God in the forefront of his life he or she will always be successful. Prayer done in congregation also has benefits as it draws people together. Hardship and illness visits all of us at some point in our lives. When we have God in our lives we always have a friend.

Feb 6, 2013

Successfully coping with diabetes

There is no question that managing diabetes takes more than just taking your medicines on time. To help you get a clear picture of your situation, get a pocket book that you can slip in your bag and is easy to carry around. Make daily notes, jot down appointments and doctor visits, and take inventory of your health. This will identify early warning signs, how you respond to treatment and further lifestyle changes you should make. Here are a number of items you need and things you should do to make living with diabetes easier.

Lifestyle changes
·         If you have not done so yet, make an appointment to see a dietician. A G.P. or Clinic Nurse can help you with a healthy, balanced, glucose-controlled diet plan.

·         Have small, regular meals. Use little or no salt. Have sugar-free snacks in the house and in the car. Never miss a meal. Check ingredients on packaged foods for hidden fats, salts and sugar. Take your glasses with you to the supermarket. Check for Low GI foods suitable for diabetics.

·         Don’t forget to measure your blood pressure when you are calm – not during periods of physical stress. 

·         Monitor your progress daily. Measure glucose levels as indicated. Weigh in the mornings after urinating.

·         Blood glucose levels can vary throughout the day so test first thing in the morning, before meals, and one or two hours after you have eaten.

·         Try to drink a bottle of water with every meal or snack. 

·         Do light exercise for at least half an hour a day. If you cannot do much go for a walk to the park or pull the weeds in the garden and potter around. Get a little sun, but not too much. Try to be active. Be on the move; not on the bed or the couch.

·         If you are currently smoking, cut it out. The best way to stop smoking is not to make a party about it, but just stop.

·         If you want to know more about your condition – and you should know more – go online and search for information on how to manage diabetes. Make a list of your questions.  Look at your pocket book notes from time to time. Keep up to date on health news and check for new information all the time.