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Monday, 30 January 2017

Master Healer Pankaj Naram teaches you the ancient secrets of Eternal Health on ThatChannel.com

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Dr. Pankaj Naram (http://www.drnaram.com).
As an expert in ANCIENT SECRETS (including pulse reading and marma shakti), over 1,000,000 people now, including the Dalai Lama, Mother Theresa, and the 9/11, have requested Master Healer Pankaj Naram (http://www.jivanshakti.com) to use the Ancient Secrets he has been entrusted with
to transform their health and peace of mind.
Here Dr. Naram gives ancient secrets on how to heal from arthritis, untimely ageing, and almost any physical condition, including the secret baldness cure that's more fun than twiddling your thumb!
In conversationn with Hugh Reilly and Maha Fortune on Liquid Lunch at ThatChannel.com (http://www.thatchannel.com) 2015-09s-23

Master Healer Naram mission has led him so far to visit regularly 12 countries: India, USA, Canada, Nepal, Germany, Italy, France, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, Australia & New Zealand.
People from over 108 countries have come to him to be helped with their chronic and acute
Health Challenges, utilizing the wisdom of his Ancient Youth Secrets.

Master Healer Naram has helped people with Arthritis, Diabetes, Autism, Obesity, Infertility,
Blood Pressure, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Skin Issue, Hair Loss, Depression, Epilepsy,
Chronic Health Challenges, & on and on.

He has received numerous International awards and honors including:
Prestigious ‘CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE’ awarded April, 2011, in Prague by MEDICINA ALTERNATIVA (Alma Ata 1962, under the guidelines of THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION – affiliated with The Open International University) because of the excellence quality of the B Young Herbal Formula Tablet and B Young Herbal Cream. “We wish it to be known that this honor is conferred in recognition of the excellence of this recipient’s work… With our Congratulations and Best Wishes to continue serving humanity for the future.” On October 17th, 2010, the State of New Jersey and the Honorable Former Governor Christine Todd Whitman gave an award of recognition to Master Healer Pankaj Naram, for his Ancient Secrets Formulas ability to so effectively remove 9/11 Toxicity from the Fire Fighters and other First Responders. Master Healer Naram Featured in Men’s Health, Italy, 2010 & 2011. Europa University, Germany, invited Master Healer Pankaj Naram to lead a program on Ancient Secrets for their medical doctors — Discover what brilliant doctors from Germany think as he is sharing his lineages most ancient and effective healing practices with them. Recently, Master Healer Pankaj Naram was given the prestigious title of ”Knight of Charity” by the Ecuminical Medical-Humanitarian Order of St. John, for his Impact on over 1 Million People from 108 Countries, helping chronic and acute health challenges, as well as for the many humanitarian projects Master Healer Pankaj Naram Sponsor. Honorary Doctorate, bestowed by The Open International University for Complementary Medicine, 2010. The Highest LIFE TIME Achievement Award ”LORD DHANWANTARI” Bhaskar, February 2006. Master Healer Pankaj Naram hosts a TV show (“Yoga for You”) currently broadcast into 169 countries on international Zee network stations with millions of viewers Many Media & TV appearances – Master Healer Pankaj Naram is also regularly invited for interviews/appearances as guest/expert on T.V., Radio, as well as featured in many other newspaper & magazine articles (in U.S., India, Europe) And perhaps the most important Recognition is the thousands of people around the world who say, “He gave my life back!”
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Tuesday, 24 January 2017

6 Conditions That Feel Like Clinical Depression But Aren’t


6 Conditions That Feel Like Clinical Depression But Aren’t
Therese Borchard

If a person went to his primary care physician and complained of symptoms of fatigue, guilt, worthlessness, irritability, insomnia, decreased appetite, loss of interest in regular activities, persistent sadness, anxiety, and thoughts of suicide, I am pretty sure he would leave that office
with a diagnosis of Major Depression Disorder (MDD) and a prescription for sertraline (Zoloft), fluoxetine (Prozac), or another popular Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI).
After all, the guy has just cataloged the classic symptoms of clinical depression.
However, those same symptoms belong to a variety of other conditions,
as well, that require treatments other than antidepressants and psychotherapy,
the two pillars of conventional psychiatric recovery today.
They may certainly look and feel like clinical depression to the outsider, but they may require
 just a small tweak in diet or hormones. Here are six conditions that fall under that category.

1. Vitamin D Deficiency
A good doctor will order blood work to see if a patient is low on vitamin D before sending him
off with a prescription for fluoxetine (Prozac) because so many of us are lacking adequate amounts of this critical vitamin. In fact, according to a 2009 study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, as many as three-quarters of U.S. teens and adults are deficient.
Last year Canadian researchers performed a systematic review and analysis of 14 studies
that revealed a close association between vitamin D levels and depression. Researchers found
that low levels of vitamin D corresponded to depression and increased odds for depression.
The best source of vitamin D is sunshine, but for those of us with family histories of skin cancer,
we have to get it in small doses because sunscreens prohibit the body from making vitamin D. Supplements are easy to find, but make sure they are third-party tested. 
Good brands are Prothera, Pure Encapsulations, Douglas Labs, and Vital Nutrients.
I take drops of liquid vitamin D because it is absorbed more easily that way.

2. Hypothyroidism
Another easily mistaken condition for clinical depression is hypothyroidism. You feel exhausted, worthless, irritable, and incapable of making a decision. Getting through each day without naps
is a major accomplishment. This one is especially tricky because you can get your thyroid levels checked by an endocrinologist or primary care physician, as I have done for eight years,
and walk away believing your thyroid is just fine.
Dena Trentini writes a brilliant blog about this on her site, Hypothyroid Mom. One of the problems, she explains, is that mainstream medicine relies on only one blood test, TSH, to diagnose thyroid dysfunction and that can’t provide an accurate picture. Both she and I were told our thyroids
were fine by conventional doctors, which is probably why the Thyroid Federal International estimates there are up to 300 million people worldwide suffering from thyroid dysfunction,
but only half are aware of their condition. Dena writes, “Hypothyroidism, an underactive thyroid,
is one of the most undiagnosed, misdiagnosed, and unrecognized health problems in the world.”

3. Low Blood Sugar
The best marriage advice I ever received was this:
when you are about to say something unkind to your spouse, first check to see if you’re hungry.
Naturopathic doctor Peter Bongiorno explains the mood-blood sugar connection
in his informative blog post, “Is There a Sugar Monster Lurking Within You?” Hunger, he says,
is a primitive signal known to set off the stress response in us. For people who are predisposed
to anxiety and depression, that stress manifests itself as mood changes. “Triggered by drops
and fluctuations in blood sugar,” writes Bongiorno, “anxiety and depression can manifest in people who are very sensitive and can become chronic if food intake isn’t consistent. Humans are built
like all the other animals — and animals get very unhappy when blood sugar is low.”
Folks who experience yo-yo blood sugar levels on a daily basis are usually insulin resistant,
a precursor to diabetes type II. The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine shows 82 studies
that link insulin resistance with depression. One study of 1,054 Finnish military male conscripts found that moderate-to-severe depressive symptoms increased the risk for insulin resistance
by almost three times. The good news is that with some simple diet modifications —
eating low-carb, high-protein foods every few hours — symptoms abate.

4. Dehydration
I forgot about this one until my son exhibited some bizarre behavior last night and my husband and I realized he was dehydrated. We go through this every summer. The problem with him
(and with most human beings) is that he waits until he is thirsty to drink. By then dehydration
 has already set in. According to two studies conducted at the University of Connecticut’s
Human Performance Laboratory, even mild dehydration can alter a person’s mood.
“Our thirst sensation doesn’t really appear until we are 1 [percent] or 2 percent dehydrated.
By then dehydration is already setting in and starting to impact how our mind and body perform,” explained Lawrence E. Armstrong, one of the studies’ lead scientists and an international expert
on hydration. Apparently it didn’t matter if a person had just walked for 40 minutes on a treadmill
or was sitting at rest, the cognitive effects from mild dehydration were the same.

5. Food Intolerances
Like most people, I used to think that food intolerance caused unpleasant reactions like diarrhea, hives, or swelling. I would never have associated a turkey sandwich with my suicidal thoughts. However, now I catalog the questionable items that I eat or drink
(those containing traces of gluten or dairy) in my mood journal in case I have a reaction.
After reading bestselling books “Grain Brain” by David Perlmutter, M.D.
and “The Ultramind Solution” by Mark Hyman, M.D., I realized that certain foods
can trigger inflammation in our bodies just like toxins from the environment.
And while some people like my husband break out in hives, other folks like me get sad and anxious and start making plans to exit this earth. According to Hyman, these delayed reactions to food
or hidden allergens lead to “brain allergies,” allergic reactions in the body
that cause inflammation in the brain.

6. Caffeine Withdrawal
I’ll always remember my sister’s advice last summer when I showed up to her Michigan farm   shaking, crying, and unable to focus on a conversation.
I was in the midst of a severe depressive episode. One morning was especially bad. I tried to bring my coffee cup to my lips, but my hands were quivering so much even that was difficult.
“The first thing I’d do is stop drinking that,” my sister said, matter-of-factly, pointing to my coffee. “Even one cup is enough to give me a panic attack,” she said.
Since she was my twin, with biogenetic similarities, I paid attention.
Then I read “Caffeine Blues” by Stephen Cherniske, M.S., who has certainly done his homework
on the matter and offers a compelling case for quitting “America’s number one drug” for good. 
It’s basic physics, really. What goes up must come down. So that high you get after a shot
of espresso isn’t without its consequences. You just don’t associate the anxiety and depression
you feel three hours later because you’re on to other things. However, your body
going through withdrawal, and for those of us like my sister and me who are chemically sensitive
to all amphetamine-like substances that raise dopamine levels, that withdrawal translates to tears, shaking, panic attacks, and other forms of suffering.

http://www.everydayhealth.com/columns/therese-borchard-sanity-break/6-conditions-that-feel-like-depression-but-arent/
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Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Success! Why Expectations Beat Fantasies


Success! Why Expectations Beat Fantasies

Are you building castles in the sky?
Psychologists have found that fantasising about future success can be dangerous.
We all have fantasies about the future.
It’s only natural to dream happy dreams about how things might go right.
We often hear from self-help gurus that just this type of happy dreaming is
a good source of motivation. If we can picture our future success then this will help motivate us.
Loosely speaking there is some truth to this: positive thinking about the future is broadly beneficial. But psychologists have found that visualization and fantasy can be tricky customers
and research carried out by Oettingen and Mayer (2002) shows why.

Fantasy versus expectation
The researchers wanted to see how people cope with four different challenges that life throws at us: getting a job, finding a partner, doing well in an exam and undergoing surgery
(hopefully not all at the same time).
Across four studies the researchers examined how people thought about each of these challenges. They measured how much they fantasised about a positive outcome
and how much they expected a positive outcome.
The difference might sound relatively trivial, but it’s not.
Expectations are based on past experiences.
You expect to do well in an exam because you’ve done well in previous exams,
you expect to meet another partner because you managed to meet your last partner, and so on.
Fantasies, though, involve imagining something you hope will happen in the future,
but experiencing it right now. This turns out to be problematic.

The researchers found that when trying to get a job, find a partner, pass an exam
or get through surgery, those who spent more time entertaining positive fantasies did worse.
Take those looking for a job. Those who spent more time dreaming about getting a job,
performed worse. Two years after leaving college the dreamers:
had applied for fewer job, unsurprisingly had been offered fewer jobs,
and, if they were in work, had lower salaries.
On the other hand those who entertained more negative future fantasies
were more likely to achieve their goals. Similar results were seen for the other goals.
Although positive fantasies were associated with failure,
positive expectations were associated with success.
People who had positive expectations about finding a partner, recovering quickly from surgery
and passing an exam, did better than those whose expectations were negative.
Recall that expectations are built on solid foundations
while positive fantasies are often built on thin air.

Why positive fantasies are dangerous
The problem with positive fantasies is that they allow us to anticipate success in the here and now. However they don’t alert us to the problems we are likely to face along the way
and can leave us with less motivation—after all it feels like we’ve already reached our goal.
It’s one way in which our minds own brilliance lets us down.
Because it’s so amazing at simulating our achievement of future events,
it can actually undermine our attempts to achieve those goals in reality.
This isn’t to say that thinking positively about the future is problematic
or that fantasy in itself is dangerous, just that a certain type of positive fantasy thinking
is associated with poorer performance.

So that’s a warning about the dangers of visualization and fantasy in goal-achievement,
onto more positive findings about motivation and success in future posts.
I expect.
 http://www.spring.org.uk/2011/01/success-why-expectations-beat-fantasies.php

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Thursday, 12 January 2017

6 Science-Based Hacks To Grow A Stronger Mind

Purple and yellow vetch, woodruff.

6 Science-Based Hacks To Grow A Stronger Mind
Gleb Tsipursky

Mentally strong people know that the only things we can control in life are our thoughts,
feelings, and behaviors, and that everything else is outside of their control.
Therefore, they focus on learning about and improving their thought, feeling, and behavior patterns.

They know that success in life will follow.
I wish I was taught that in school! It I was a real go-getter, trying to get ahead in life.
I was putting in so much unneeded effort because I was working hard, not smart. Worse than that,
I was sabotaging myself, as I wasn’t listening to my own emotions and what I really needed in life. While I was doing alright in my career, internally I was anxious and depressed,
and didn’t know how to fix it.
The solution came from finding out about science-based strategies for growing mentally stronger.
I learned to be aware of and improve the only things I can control in life – my thought, feeling,
and behavior patterns. I grew much happier and mentally healthier, and gained much more success in my career than I had previously. I also became passionate about sharing 
these science-based strategies, and hope you can benefit from learning about them.

Be intentional
Knowledge is power! Be intentional and figure out the truth about your thoughts, feelings,
and behaviors. I remember how I journaled about all aspects of myself, a science-based strategy
for self-understanding. It wasn’t easy, and I noticed myself flinching away from certain aspects
of the truth about myself. However I knew that the things I tried to flinch away from, the truths
I didn’t want to acknowledge to myself, were most likely to be the ones that sabotaged
my ability to control my thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in the long run. 
It was so worth it, as I discovered so many aspects of myself I didn’t know I had!
This self-understanding was the key to gaining control over my thoughts, feelings, and behaviors,
and I continue to journal daily in order to keep on learning about and improving them.

Understand Your Emotional Self
Intuitively, we feel our mind to be a cohesive whole, and perceive ourselves as intentional
and rational thinkers. Yet research shows that in reality, the intentional part of our mind
is like a little rider on top of a huge elephant of emotions. The emotional self is the most important one to explore, as it shapes our thoughts and behaviors in ways we don’t realize.
For example, I learned that I had a strong anxiety response when people don’t respond to my emails quickly, and my mind started to spin in circles, figuring out what was wrong. By learning about that unhealthy pattern, I managed to start to notice and control it, and now am much better with emails.

Self-Empathy, Self-Love, and Self-Care
Mentally strong people take the time for self-empathy and self-care. They listen to their emotional self, and make it feel heard, validated, and loved, thus providing themselves with self-empathy
and self-love. They also take the time for appropriate self-care, knowing that if they take care
of themselves, they will have capacity to control their thought, feeling, and behavior patterns,
and thus succeed in life. This was a particularly tough area for me, as my emotional self
does not intuitively place a high importance on myself. I had to convince myself that
by taking good care of myself, I can take better care of others in my life, just like in airplanes,
you need to put your own mask on first before taking care of others.

Be Authentic
Be authentic in who you are! Mentally strong people let people in their lives know about themselves and their needs, goals, and challenges. When I came out of the closet about my mental illness
to people around me, I lost some relationships. However, I was much better off overall,
 as it would not have been good for me in the long term to keep relationships with people
who did not support me. In return, I had much better support from the large majority of people
who remained close to me because they knew about my challenges. I also gained new friends
who were proud of and admired my decision to be authentic about who I am.

Life the Life You Want
To grow mentally stronger, be confident that you know best what is good for your life.
Listen to advice from others, consider their perspectives, and then make your own choices.
I had a tough time making a choice about my career,
as I got pushback from my parents about my decision. They wanted me to pursue a career
that would make money, but I wanted to pursue my passion.
Well, I’m so glad that I made the choice that was right for me, and did not follow their advice.
I would have been miserable, as I am really not suited for a traditional nine-to-five track.

Commit to Growing Mentally Stronger
Perhaps most important of all, mentally strong people are committed always to growing mentally stronger. They use research-based strategies such as making a plan to improve their thinking, feeling, and behavior patterns and set physical reminders for themselves, such as t-shirts that say “Growing Mentally Stronger.” I got that t-shirt, and made a plan. I now devote more than
ten percent of my weekly activities to growing mentally stronger, such as by doing meditation, journaling, reading Lifehack and Less Wrong, and attending a Rationality Dojo.
I hope these science-based hacks help you grow mentally stronger!

http://www.lifehack.org/330221/6-science-based-hacks-for-growing-mentally-stronger

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I can Turbo Charge Read a novel 6-7 times faster and remember what I’ve read.
I can TCR an instructional/academic book around 20 times faster and remember what I’ve read.
Introduction to Turbo Charged Reading YouTube
A practical overview of Turbo Charged Reading YouTube 
How to choose a book. A Turbo Charged Reading YouTube
Emotions when Turbo Charged Reading YouTube

Advanced Reading Skills Perhaps you’d like to join my FaceBook group ?

Perhaps you’d like to check out my sister blogs:
All aspects of regular, each-word reading and education.
Turbo Charged Reading uses these skills significantly faster
www.innermindworking.blogspot.com      gives many ways for you to work with the stresses of life
www.happyartaccidents.blogspot.com      just for fun.

To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”