hundreds of years of case studies of “miraculous” healing
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part of acupressure has already been vital in traditional Eastern medication
for upwards of 2250 years', along with the reality that it is still
obtainable today is a sworn statement on the performance the therapy
is for health issues and pain.
Natural acupressure is basically a technique for delivering a sign to the human system (by needle an additional resources) to “flip on” its unique oneself-healing or regulating systems. More often than not, Qi (central power) moves through naturally-occuring routes within the body labeled meridian lines. Blockage with this particular stream or even a inequality in Yin & Yang may cause health problems and certainly pain. Natural acupressure means that we can correct functional changes and certainly restore most of the flow as a result returning the human body to a new natural condition of sound being.
fact, it is something you can learn to do on your own in local Minneapolis
City. And with some instruction from Master Lim, simply find the energy
blocks in your own body…
first, read here about Master
The Way to Execute Acupressure Points:
Employ deep, unyielding pressure to knead & stimulate each spot.
Specially when rubbing down acupoints, try to relax in just a relaxing spot, seal your vision, and basically relax.
Repeat the therapeutic massage as much as you desire; there's hardly any limitation to the number of times every day.
Other than rubbing these healing points on your self, just about anyone can also assist and then manipulate most pressure points on your behalf.
point healing will show you how to easily and swiftly transform
into somebody who can very quickly and magically seeming heal
illness as well as emotional or mental distress from just being human...
Even in Minneapolis MN by just applying alittle gentle pressure on specific
pressure points... and in a specific rhythm.
Five Most Common Acupressure Points To Get Familiar With:
Feng Chi acupressure
pressure point is appropriate for head aches, light sensitivaty, eyeball blurriness or soreness, low or no energy, and certainly cold/flu conditions. It's always positioned by feeling the mastoid (head) bone fragment in addition to following a groove in to the location where the open neck muscular tissues fix to join with their skull.
Jian Jing acupressure
point is to be found by pressing the arm ligament together with your thumb in addition to central point thumb and is particularly frequently used for anxiety, facial foundation throbbing, facial pains, tooth pains and sometimes cervical area throbbing. Exercise methodically in expectant women.
He Gu acupressure
healing spot is very therapeutic for anxiousness, facial pains, tooth pains, facial hurting & neck throbbing. But, as a remark of forethought, it may possibly create labor and will never be utilized in the course of pregnancy.
Tai Chong natural
acupressure you have to go without your sneaker to locate this point. It is a brilliant place to work for worry, mid back pain, elevated blood pressure, arm or leg ache, insomnia & very emotional upset.
Nei Guan acupressure
pressure spot can help you impart aid for a feeling of sickness, apprehension, carpal tunnel syndrome, distressed belly, movement illness in addition to headaches and it is even used for regulation of cardiovascular system tremors.
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| Self-Love Blogger Posts Faux Before & After to Show 'How Easy It Is to Manipulate Your Image Online'
This article originally appeared on People.com.
Social media influencer Milly Smith will have you doing a double-take.
The self-described “body positive bad ass momma” posted side-by-side shots of herself on Instagram to show how social media images aren’t always as they seem. In the photo on the left, Smith is seen flexing with her head tilted to one side while wearing a black bra and black tights pulled up to her waist. In the second photo, Smith is wearing the same thing, minus the tights, which allows her stomach to show.
“Same girl, same day, same time,” she wrote under her Instagram name, @selfloveclubb. “With a camera angle and clothing I can change my body into something that society would deem more acceptable than the photo on the right.”
“I wanted to post these photos to highlight just how easy it is to manipulate your image online,” Smith told PEOPLE. “I wanted people to realize that the images they are seeing are not a true representation of how bodies look.”
Smith, who has over 140,000 followers, wrote in the post: “Recently insta was voted as the most damaging app to body image/self esteem. That’s not ok. The media constantly wants us to be more filtered, more posed, more flexed. Making us ashamed, afraid and resentful of our bodies, our natural vessel. We compare ourselves to these images of posed, strategically taken photos. Comparing yourself is a thief of your joy/self love and even more so when you’re comparing aesthetics to images that aren’t reality.”
So far the comparison shots have received more than 8,000 likes and plenty of praise.
“Your posts always make me on the verge of tears. You’re the first body positive person who actually had a body type thats similar to mine and it means a lot to me. Thank you,” said one commenter.
“I’ve had some beautiful feedback,” Smith tells PEOPLE. “It keeps me strong and reminds me why I do this account! One quote which stuck with me was ‘thank you for inspiring us to be ourselves’. We are made to feel so ashamed of ourselves, our natural bodies and that’s not okay.”
Smith also revealed which photo makes her feel the most like herself, and offered words of encouragement to others. “Both these photos are beautiful. Both these photos are worthy. However only one of these photos is truly me, comfortable and naturally loving myself…,” she wrote. “Get rid of accounts that make you feel negative, get rid of people in your life that don’t make you feel happy, loved and beautiful. Don’t let an all ruin your life.”
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| Do You Still Need to Worry About Zika?
This article originally appeared on Time.com.
Last summer, public health experts were on high alert due to the rapid spread of the Zika virus, which has now been proven to cause birth defects and other health problems in infants. Today, experts know far more about the virus than they did at the start of the outbreak. Here’s what you need to know now about Zika.
Should pregnant women worry about Zika while traveling?
Short answer: yes. “Our general advice is that if you are pregnant, you should not go to places where Zika virus transmission is ongoing,” says Dr. Lyle Petersen, director of the division of vector-borne diseases at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “It’s all a matter of risk. Obviously, if you are staying in an air-conditioned hotel, your risk may be less. However, are you willing to take that risk? We know the consequences of infection of the fetus are huge and lifelong.”
Petersen recommends people check the CDC website for guidance on what locations have active Zika transmission. The CDC updates this list regularly, sometimes on a daily basis. If an area is no longer on the list, Petersen says it’s considered safe to travel. Currently, the CDC recommends that if a pregnant woman or her partner travel to an area with Zika, the couple should use condoms every time they have sex or avoid sex for the rest of the pregnancy, even if they do not have symptoms of Zika.
Should women who plan to get pregnant avoid traveling to places with Zika?
Women who are planning to get pregnant, and their partners, should also pay attention to where they are traveling. The first trimester, during which women may not know they are pregnant, appears to be the most risky time when it comes to Zika-related health complications for infants down the line.
The CDC recommends that women who travel to areas with Zika who want to get pregnant in the near future wait at least eight weeks after their last possible exposure to the virus before trying to conceive. For male partners, the CDC advises waiting six months after the last possible exposure before trying to conceive. Using condoms is also recommended for the waiting period.
What if I am invited to a destination wedding in a place with Zika? Should I not go?
It may be challenging to get a firm yes or no from your doctor about whether or not you should travel for a major event, though the recommendations are not to go to places with active Zika transmission if you’re pregnant or want to be soon. “My job is to give guidance; I never tell people what to do,” says Dr. Richard Beigi, the chief medical officer of the Magee-Womens Hospital of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. “But I think the travel warnings are there for a reason, and nothing has changed from last year other than the fact that we have more information that has validated that Zika causes congenital health problems. The overall risk is the same.”
Deciding to travel despite the risk is ultimately a personal decision. “I ask my patients, ‘Do you really need to go?’ For some people, the answer to that is yes, and that’s fine, and I give them the best advice I can,” Beigi says.
Should I worry about traveling to places that have the types of mosquitoes that can spread Zika?
The CDC recently reported that the types of mosquito that carry Zika, Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, are appearing in more counties in the southern U.S. where they haven’t been before. But unless the mosquitoes are transmitting Zika, there’s a “very, very, very low risk,” Petersen says. “In all of the places where we have this kind of mosquito that can spread Zika virus, we also see the kinds of mosquitoes that can spread West Nile and other diseases,” says Petersen. “General mosquito precautions in the summer are important for everybody—not only pregnant women.”
How likely is it that I will get Zika?
Experts can’t give a definitive answer to a person’s chances of getting Zika if they travel to a place that has reported spread of the disease. But experts are getting closer to understanding the likelihood of adverse events should a pregnant woman get infected.
A recent study found that one in 10 pregnant women in the U.S. with a Zika infection had a baby with brain damage or other serious birth defects. The first trimester was the most critical time: 15% of women with confirmed Zika infection in the first trimester had babies with birth defects. Another study found similar numbers for women in U.S. territories, revealing that during their first trimester, nearly 1 in 12 had a baby or fetus with Zika-associated birth defects.
“Out of the data collected, it appears that 5-10% of the time a woman gets Zika during her pregnancy, there will be in impact,” says Beigi. “Most of the impact is a malfunction; some of it is miscarriage. Probably the absolute risk of you having a problem is not very big, but it’s not zero, and it’s hard to know.”
How bad will Zika get in the U.S. this summer?
It’s unclear how many cases of Zika will be expected in and outside the U.S. this summer, though experts say it could be lower than last year. “Based on historical evidence, we would expect that outbreaks this year throughout the Western Hemisphere are going to be less than they were the year before,” says Petersen. “It’s not going away, but since a lot of people have already been infected and are no longer susceptible to infection, it will lower the number of cases over time.”
So far in 2017, about 650 Americans have gotten Zika, though that it is considered an underestimate. Most people do not experience symptoms and will not know they have the virus.
| Bats Are the Number-One Carriers of Disease
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Understanding where new viruses come from is critical for preventing them from rapidly spreading among humans. When it comes to preventing the next pandemic, a new study suggests that bats may be public enemy number one.
In a new study published in the journal Nature, researchers at the nonprofit EcoHealth Alliance collected data on viruses known to infect mammals, which included about 600 viruses found in more than 750 species. They were then able to calculate the number of viruses from each species and identify characteristics that make the transmission to humans more likely. Living more closely to humans and being more closely genetically related to humans increased the odds of transmission.
Out of all the species assessed, bats carried the highest number of these viruses. Researchers are currently looking into why.
“A lot of people don’t realize that these viruses have been on the planet for a long time, and they are in populations of animals all around the world,” says study author Kevin Olival, associate vice president for research at EcoHealth Alliance. “What we did in this study is prioritize where we should look if we want to stop the next Ebola or Zika from emerging.”
All groups of mammals were found to carry viruses that can spread to humans, and areas around the world most at risk for carrying emerging viruses differed based on the mammal. For bats, these places are most common in South and Central America and areas in Asia. For primates, the areas with the higher risks are in Central America, Africa and Southeast Asia.
The study was funded as part of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Emerging Pandemic Threats PREDICT program, a project that seeks to identify new emerging infectious diseases that could become threatening to human health. Olival says his team hopes that scientists will use this research to identify regions and viruses to focus on for prevention efforts.
Bats don’t deserve all of the blame, however. The spreading of new diseases often involves activity from both animals and people, Olival points out.
“These diseases are not just randomly jumping into people,” he says. “We see time and time again that it is the human disturbances in the environment that are causing these diseases to emerge,” through activities like chopping down forest and hunting animals out of certain areas. “It is our interactions with these species that are causing diseases to jump.”
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