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17

Oct
Healthy Walking

Healthy Walking

Healthy Walking Walking is a fun way to exercise that doesn’t involve equipment, a gym membership or workout apparel. Put on a pair of comfortable shoes and get moving! That’s simple, from this exercise you will enjoy the tremendous health benefits. Bone Density and Bone Mass Walking can help maintain bone density and has been linked to a decreased risk of hip fracture. Any weight-bearing exercise involves support from our bones and helps to keep them strong. Fall Risk, Balance, Coordination, and Muscle Mass Walking allows us to maintain strength and muscle mass as we age. It also helps us maintain mobility, as well as balance and coordination. All of these things help to decrease our risk of suffering a fall later in life. Imagine the simple act of swinging our arm forward as we step forward with the opposite leg, touching down with our heel, standing on our foot…

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12

Oct
Tips for Parenting Very Active Kids

Tips for Parenting Very Active Kids

Tips for Parenting Very Active Kids We knew that parenting style is crucial as it affects children development and I had received quite a number of enquiries from parents about dealing with active kids! Some tips for parenting very active kids! 1. Exercise and engage in sports Besides helping kids to use up their extra energy when they exercise, it benefits their health that it helps boosting up the mind, stabilize their mood, and even promote better sleep quality. Picking on different types of activities or sports may help with cognitive and physical development, as well as teaching discipline and teamwork. On the other hand, it provides time for family bonding that everyone is involved in the activities or sports. 2. Age-appropriate responsibilities This may cultivate trust between parents and kids that they take up little responsibilities, such as taking care of plants or grooming the pets. Some parents might…

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11

Oct
What is Brainwaves & How Does Brainwave Affect Individual of Autism Spectrum Disorder?

What is Brainwaves & How Does Brainwave Affect Individual of Autism Spectrum Disorder?

[ATTN-PARENTS]!! BRAINWAVE CAN AFFECT CHILDREN'S PERFORMANCE AND DEVELOPMENT ESPECIALLY CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER! Today we have Ms Jolene, our child psychologist and neurotherapist to explain what is brainwave and how does it affect the children growth and performance especially to autism spectrum disorder category. . If you have any questions, just comment below or write "PM" and we will get back to you asap! Or you may find out more at: http://sol.com.my/health-services/health-therapies/brain-trainer  

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9

Oct
Diet, sleep, Exercise, and Behavior Interventions Reduce ADHD Symptoms in Children

Diet, sleep, Exercise, and Behavior Interventions Reduce ADHD Symptoms in Children

How Diet, sleep, Exercise, and Behavior Interventions Can Reduce ADHD Symptoms in Children Integrative approach takes into account a child’s life, including his or her relationship with family, friends, school and community, but not just focusing on one aspect . Therefore, it is crucial to look at nutrition, sleep, stress, exercise, and school performance as part of any ADHD treatment plan. What is the right combination of diet, exercise, good sleep regimen and stress reduction that can further contribute to reduce ADHD symptoms? DIET Basic Nutrition • Eating well?? o The Glycemic index (how soon carbs become blood sugar) o The faster the food turns into sugar, the higher the GI • Artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives o Artificial colors and/or a sodium benzoate preservative (food preservative) result in increased hyperactivity in general population. • Food sensitivity o Check if your child is sensitive to food that causes them to…

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1

Oct
Are you Magnesium Deficient?

Are you Magnesium Deficient?

Are you Magnesium Deficient? What is Magnesium? • Magnesium, an abundant mineral found in the body, is naturally present in many foods, added to other food products, available as a dietary supplement, and present in some medicines (such as antacids and laxatives). • Magnesium is a cofactor in more than 300 enzyme systems that regulate diverse biochemical reactions in the body, including protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, and blood pressure regulation. • Magnesium is required for energy production, oxidative phosphorylation, and glycolysis. It contributes to the structural development of bone and is required for the synthesis of DNA, RNA, and the antioxidant glutathione. • Magnesium also plays a role in the active transport of calcium and potassium ions across cell membranes, a process that is important to nerve impulse conduction, muscle contraction, and normal heart rhythm. Magnesium Deficiency Magnesium deficiency is one of the leading nutrient…

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27

Sep
The Peril of “Active Listening” in Marriage

The Peril of “Active Listening” in Marriage

The Peril of “Active Listening” in Marriage According to some experts, the bedrock of successful marital relationships involves a form of interaction that has come to be label “active listening.” This style of communication involves partners’ paraphrasing each other’s statements of feelings, and then attempting to empathize with each other. Imagine, for example, that during a counselling session, a wife explains that she is furious with her husband because he regularly gets drunk, comes home smelling of alcohol, and sits in front of the television late. According to the tenets of active listening, the husband would put his wife’s concerns into his own words and then try his very best to understand why she feels so angry with him. This intuitively pleasing technique is very popular and has given rise to the phrase “I hear what you are saying. …” But is active listening really essential to successful relationships, or…

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19

Sep
Magic Detox - Skin Brushing

Magic Detox - Skin Brushing

Magic Detox - Skin Brushing You probably brush your hair, and your teeth but do you brush your skin? And why would you? I love recommending dry skin brushing to my clients for many reasons. Not only is it a great way to improve the look and health of your skin, but it actually acts as a “magic detox scrub”, if you will, for eliminating your bodies impurities from many of your organs. This is also a great trick for anyone looking to do a bit of a cleanse. Think about it, what did you put into your body this week? This month? This year? As sad as it is, even the water we bathe in has chemicals in it. So, what can you incorporate into your daily routine that will help get rid of and detox those dirty impurities out of your body so that you aren’t always in…

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14

Sep
When Do You Need A Detox?

When Do You Need A Detox?

When Do You Need A Detox? One of the loudest messages our skin gives us is that it’s time for a detox. Here are some routine dialogues that our skin wants to tell us that means it’s time for a detox: • “I don’t know what is going on with my skin.” • “My skin just changed. I can’t get enough moisture/It’s overproducing oil.” • “Where did these pimples/blackheads come from?” • “I feel so low energy and my skin isn’t glowing.” Your skin is a wonderful window into your overall health. It provides the clues that its time to get skin rejeuvenation. While most of us already know when we’ve been “overdoing” it in some form, this list can serve as a key to help determine if you need a detox: • White or yellow-coated tongue • Bad breath • Congested/uneven/enlarged pores, blackheads, or pustules • Increased belly fat…

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11

Sep
Optimism, Mental Health and Physical Health Well-being

Optimism, Mental Health and Physical Health Well-being

Optimism, Mental Health and Physical Health Well-being Optimism, positivism, or positive thinking, is having the admirable quality of making lemonade out of lemons, turning pressure into power, or seeing a glass as half-full rather than half-empty. Optimism is commonly defined as ‘this world is the best possible world’ or ‘an inclination to put the most favorable construction upon actions and events to anticipate the best possible outcome’. In other words, optimistic individuals are positive about events in their daily life. Many have regarded that ‘optimism’ or ‘positivism’ as a psychological phenomenon, leading to different view of its effectiveness. Regardless of the different views and comments, researchers have reported positive correlations between optimism with physical and mental health well-being. Optimism VS Mental Health & Physical Health Optimism has been found to be Positively Correlated with (i.e., the more optimistic you are, the more likely you will experience…) • Physical well-being (Martinez-Correa,…

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6

Sep
Are Your Kids Really Being Naughty?

Are Your Kids Really Being Naughty?

Are Your Kids Really Being Naughty? As I joined the field of psychology, I have been meeting lots of parents who came to me for “remedies” or “solution” for naughty behaviours. It seems to be a common challenge that parents came across this along the pathway of raising their kids. Until I read through an article by Dr. Erin Leyba on psychologytoday.com, it is important for parents nowadays to obtain the awareness of “why my children are being cranky?”. This remind us to look at children’s behaviour through a thoughtful lens, recognizing how unpleasant behaviours as a response to environmental conditions, developmental phases, or our own actions. It will let us respond proactively and definitely with much more compassion. Impulses Control “Ever say to your kid, “Don’t throw that!” and they throw it anyway? Research suggests that the brain regions involved in self-control are immature at birth and don’t fully…

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3

Sep
B12 Deficiency – The Silent Epidemic

B12 Deficiency – The Silent Epidemic

B12 Deficiency – The Silent Epidemic Vitamin B12 is also known as cobalamin. B12 is a water soluble vitamin. Our bodies are unable to produce B12, hence the reason why getting adequate amounts in our diet is important. B12 is required by our body to carry out many functions like: • Nerve health • Red blood cell production • DNA synthesis • It acts as a methyl group donor, which is an important step in our detox pathway. As we can see, Vitamin B12 is very important for neurological, cardiovascular, digestive and immune functions. In fact, vitamin B12 is involved in the metabolism of every cell in the body. B12 has many forms and the most common forms are cyanocobalamin and methylcobalamin. Cyanocobalamin is commonly found in supplements and certain energy drinks. Cyanocobalamin has to be converted in our body to methlycobalamin for the functions I mentioned above to happen. The…

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31

Aug
The Key to Your Child’s Health - Digestion

The Key to Your Child’s Health - Digestion

The Key to Your Child’s Health - Digestion Being a parent is not easy and there are times when you may want to give in or give up. Let’s face it, it is pretty tough at times if our children seem to be not thriving as they should. Kids may think picking on food is normal and some parents even give in with a scoop of food accompanied with a scoop of ice-cream. In long run, this is not the way to go. A healthy functioning gut is vital to your children growing well and remaining healthy throughout their whole lives. A healthy child will make your job as a parent much easier. So let me share with you why their digestive system will help them grow happy and healthy and what you can do to ensure your children have a strong and robust digestive system. Key facts about your…

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23

Aug
Why do Autism Spectrum Disorder Individuals Have Meltdowns?

Why do Autism Spectrum Disorder Individuals Have Meltdowns?

Why do Autism Spectrum Disorder Individuals Have Meltdowns? Researchers have long discovered and reported that individuals with ASD respond to sensory experiences different from individuals without ASD. Individuals with ASD has also reported and supported that the difference in sensory processing has caused them difficulties in everyday life. Our sensory input comes in auditory, visual, smell, taste, and tactile form. Deficit in sensory processing is believed to have caused symptoms of ASD. Auditory processing is one of the more commonly reported sensory that has often caused individuals with ASD troubles or problems. They often reported auditory hypersensitivity such as oversensitive to music or sound that does not bother typical individuals. Selective attention to surrounding sounds have also lead individuals with ASD to have difficulties responding to others. For example, parents may report that the child appears to not hear what is being said or does not respond when his name is…

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20

Aug
How Neurofeedback Helps Autism Spectrum Disorder

How Neurofeedback Helps Autism Spectrum Disorder

How Neurofeedback Helps Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 1 in 68 children has been identified with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in the United States (Center for Diseases Prevention and Control); 1% of the population in Singapore is diagnosed with ASD; 1,100,000 cases of autism have been identified in China (World Health Organization). While there is no official registry for individuals diagnosed with ASD, a prevalence rate of 1:625 children between 18 to 26 months are diagnosed with ASD (Ministry of Health, Malaysia). Including the figures from other countries, there is a seemingly increasing rate of ASD with approximately 67 million people worldwide being affected with ASD. ASD is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized with impairments in communication, behavior, and socialization from childhood. As ASD is a spectrum disorder, individuals may experience different symptoms ranging from mild to severe, and may have different co-morbidities accompanied. Co-morbidities and other learning difficulties include intellectual disability,…

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15

Aug
How Well Do You Know About Your Food And Wellbeing?

How Well Do You Know About Your Food And Wellbeing?

How well do you know about your food and wellbeing? As we age, our bodies change. Our focus changes. Our motivation changes. Our nutritional needs change. Fine-tuning your exercise, nutrition, and other health habits can really help. Nutrients Macronutrients are protein, carbohydrates, and fats in food which serve as the body's energy sources. Each gram of protein and carbohydrate supplies 4 calories, or units of energy. Fat contributes more than twice as much: 9 calories per gram. Go for complex carbohydrate (ie: peas, beans, whole grains, and vegetables). Avoid simple carbohydrate (ie: candy, table sugar, syrups, and soft drinks).For dietary fat, op for saturated fat (Omega- 3) . Examples of foods containing a high proportion of saturated fat include coconut oil, eggs and animal fat products such as cream, cheese, butter (grass fed) and fatty meats. Micronutrients are the vitamin and minerals. They are essential in proper function of every…

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10

Aug
The Amazing Halotherapy (Salt Cave Therapy)

The Amazing Halotherapy (Salt Cave Therapy)

Hello Halotherapy Salt Therapy is also known as Halotherapy. Halo, derived from the Greek alas, meaning "salt", is a form of alternative medicine which makes use of salt. It is an ancient natural therapy that was used back to 200 years ago. It is actually started at the Polish salt mines where a Polish physician discovered in 1843, salt miners had no respiratory issues. Since then, many travel to this place to enjoy this salt therapy. Halotherapy is a holistic approach that mimics the microclimate of a salt cave. Dry salt air is dispersed into an enclosed environment through a unique process generated by a device. This device is called a halogenerator. It grinds salt into microscopic particles and releases them into the air of the room. Once inhaled, these salt particles are claimed to absorb irritants, including allergens and toxins, from the respiratory system. This process breaks up mucus…

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7

Aug
Facing Worry & Anxiety

Facing Worry & Anxiety

Facing Worry & Anxiety Everyone faces anxiety and worry in different levels every day. A little anxiety and worry can be very useful as their most important function is to prepare us for the possibility of danger in the future. For example, what will happen if you did not worry at all for the test you will be taking tomorrow; learn your lines for a play; work on your financial planning after purchasing a brand-new car; or do your best when you perform? Another important function of anxiety is to get us into the fight or flight mode that our body is naturally tune into when faced with danger or threat. For instance, you feel a little anxious and tense driving on a stormy day. You are more likely to hold on to the steering wheel with both hands, sit up straight, can put extra effort on the road for…

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27

Jul
Postpartum Depression and Baby Blues Syndrome

Postpartum Depression and Baby Blues Syndrome

Postpartum Depression and Baby Blues Syndrome A new life and a new member has arrived in the family usually bring in joy, excitement and even fresh scene into the family. People will tell you wrong if you feel sad, unhappy or even depress about it. Many would choose rather not to talk about the negative feeling especially the mothers. However, it is more common than you think that mothers are actually undergoing some not-so-positive emotions after pregnancy. This scenario is known as baby blues syndrome or in extension postpartum depression. It is very less explained in baby guide or parenting books. According to American Pregnancy Organisation, there are at least 70-80% of all new mothers suffered with baby blues. Usually baby blues can last for about a week and not more than 2 weeks. However, if an extended more than 2 weeks than it will be in high risk of…

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10

Jul
Healthy Working Environment

Healthy Working Environment

Healthy Working Environment A healthy working environment is one that is empowering, safe, and satisfying. According to World Health Organization definition of “health”, it includes a place supporting optimal health and safety regarding to “physical, mental and social well-being”. A successful entrepreneur knows that one important factor of success is keeping their employee’s sparks alive. With that sparks, the perseverance and resilience keeps the employee healthy and able to sustain in high pressure working period of time. It is often to see that a successful company avoid burnout from staff and supporting their employee to grow. Signs of a healthy workplace has included productivity, business performance, staff morale, and employee engagement. This benefits the company from sick pay cost, insurance cost and most importantly the other employee stress on covering the absentee. When a company look after the employee welfare, the positive image definitely will be presented a much more…

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29

Mar
Healing Crisis

Healing Crisis

  Healing Crisis When you started a new diet or medication or even changing your lifestyle like quit smoking or starting to exercise, you will begin noticing a body reaction surfacing. At that time you will just brush it of thinking it is healing crisis. But really, what is healing crisis? Many people uses the term healing crisis because it is so common that they do not need to explain further. Healing crisis is only when you are detoxing your body or undergoing a natural treatment including food therapy and natural remedies. Before going further into it, let’s understand healing as general first. Healing normally occur from top to bottom, left to right and most importantly from inside out. When you are undergoing a therapy, you will notice your headache reduce but there is a discomfort in the abdomen or the bowel movement is frequent or abnormal, a pain on…

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2

Feb
How Emotional & Behavioral Issues Affect Children's Development

How Emotional & Behavioral Issues Affect Children's Development

Ms Vernice, SOL Neurotherapists & Child Psychologists is sharing with us how emotional & behavioral issues can affect children's development. And she will be teaching us the right ways to handle these issues as well. In our centre, the neurofeedback program we are providing is called Brain Trainer. Brain Trainer helps in: Special needs ADHD Autism Syndrome Better learning & memory Better focus, attention span mathematical computation Enhanced language comprehension & expression Increased alertness Increased motivation & competitiveness Better sleep quality Reduced anxiety and stress Peak performance in school, work & sports To read more about Brain Trainer, please click: http://www.sol.com.my/health-services/health-therapies/brain-trainer And please feel free get in touch with us by clicking the CALL button on top of this page or email to sharewithus@sol.com.my.

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30

Jan
How Does Neurofeedback Help in Child's Academic Performance?

How Does Neurofeedback Help in Child's Academic Performance?

How Does Neurofeedback Help in Child's Academic Performance? Ms Jolene Lip, SOL Neurotherapist is sharing her knowledge in helping children's academic performance with the use of the non-invasive and safe Neurofeedback technology. In our centre, the neurofeedback program we are providing is called Brain Trainer. Brain Trainer helps in: Special needs ADHD Autism Tourette Syndrome Better learning & memory Better focus, attention span Improved mathematical computation Enhanced language comprehension & expression Increased alertness Increased motivation & competitiveness Better sleep quality Reduced anxiety and stress Peak performance in school, work & sports To read more, please click: http://www.sol.com.my/health-services/health-therapies/brain-trainer  And please feel free get in touch with us by clicking the CALL button on top of this page or email to sharewithus@sol.com.my.

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23

Jan
Parenting Styles Affect Child’s Development

Parenting Styles Affect Child’s Development

Parenting Styles Affect Child’s Development Scenario: You bring your child to the supermarket. Child wants to buy a packet of chocolate that he is not allowed to. Child is whining and making a fuss in the supermarket. How do you respond? A: “I understand that you are a sweet tooth but you have had a candy just now. You may be a little hungry now, so maybe we get a packet of nuts or a bottle of yoghurt instead?” B: “No. You had a candy bar just now, so you are not allowed to buy any sweets today. Let’s go now.” C: “Oh yes sweetheart, anything that you would like to have.” D: “Whatever.” (Parent does not care or ignore what the child takes) *Check what parenting style you are adopting in the below table. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Parenting style refers to how parents interact, educate and response to their child’s needs…

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11

Jan
How Screentime Affects Children's Health?

How Screentime Affects Children's Health?

How Screentime Affects Children's Health? Digital devices and latest technology have been bringing both pros and cons to daily life, and the most common agreeable benefit being brought to daily life is the convenience they provided. Nevertheless, experts noticed the cons that digital devices and latest technology are at high chance that it may affect our health, no matter in young children or even adults. A very common scene in public nowadays is that screen is offered to children, toddler, or even during infancy period. Digital devices are no longer a trend among adults and teens only. It is undeniable the easiest way to deal with cranky kids, and or to keep the child to focus on a screen so that the parents or the caregiver(s) could work on something else without being interrupted. However, revealing how screen time could affect health or even the development of their children, will…

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11

Jan
Impact of Screentime Towards Teens and Adults

Impact of Screentime Towards Teens and Adults

Impact of Screentime Towards Teens and Adults We had been talking about digital devices are now easily and commonly offered to children, toddler or even infants, it might be easier to just stop offering them devices or reduce their screen time. Nevertheless, for teenagers and adults like us, who have stronger wills and with higher capability to approach devices, we should look into how screen times had affected them physically and mentally. You may then consider whether you want to take that habit off or not. If you read the article about how screen time affects children’s health, you might have successfully reduced your screen time, but if you missed them out, no worries! Here’s a recap link to reach those methods to kick off the habit: click here! Our brain goes through major transformations during teenage period. This could be the reason why teenagers are vulnerable to the impacts…

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3

Jan
Importance of Detoxification by Dr Isaac Eliaz - Part 2

Importance of Detoxification by Dr Isaac Eliaz - Part 2

Importance of Detoxification by Dr Isaac Eliaz - Part 2 About Dr. Isaac Eliaz Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, has been in clinical practice for over 30 years with a focus on treating cancer and chronic degenerative conditions. In addition to his clinical work, his activities include extensive research and educational endeavors in collaboration with leading academic and research institutions in the US and world-wide. He has coauthored numerous peer reviewed papers and is a frequent CME lecturer, sharing his research findings at international scientific conferences around the world. In addition, he writes and speaks regularly to educate lay audiences in healthy self-care and preventative practices. Dr. Eliaz is well-known for his work in the development of PectaSol-C Modified Citrus Pectin, a compound that inhibits galectin-3, an inflammatory protein shown to drive chronic diseases in vital organs (cardiac, kidney, liver, lung), as well as cancer proliferation and metastasis. 27 scientific…

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27

Dec
Importance of Detoxification by Dr. Isaac Eliaz - Part 1

Importance of Detoxification by Dr. Isaac Eliaz - Part 1

Importance of Detoxification - Part 1 About Dr. Isaac Eliaz Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, has been in clinical practice for over 30 years with a focus on treating cancer and chronic degenerative conditions. In addition to his clinical work, his activities include extensive research and educational endeavors in collaboration with leading academic and research institutions in the US and world-wide. He has coauthored numerous peer reviewed papers and is a frequent CME lecturer, sharing his research findings at international scientific conferences around the world. In addition, he writes and speaks regularly to educate lay audiences in healthy self-care and preventative practices. Dr. Eliaz is well-known for his work in the development of PectaSol-C Modified Citrus Pectin, a compound that inhibits galectin-3, an inflammatory protein shown to drive chronic diseases in vital organs (cardiac, kidney, liver, lung), as well as cancer proliferation and metastasis. 27 scientific papers have been published…

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10

Nov
Mindfulness - For Better Mood, Less Stress, and more Energetic

Mindfulness - For Better Mood, Less Stress, and more Energetic

Mindfulness - For Better Mood, Less Stress, and more Energetic According to the latest WHO data published in 2015, the average human lifespan of Malaysia is just 75 years: 77.3 years if you are a woman and 72.7 years if you are a man. During that time, most adults sleep 7-9 hours per day, leaving the average person with 16 hours a day to work, eat, play, exercise, have fun, and to live. Studies by Harvard University has shown that the average person spends about 47% of waking time lost in thoughts, stressing over plans, overthinking about problems, or otherwise caught up in how to live life instead or living it. The act of overthinking life cuts the meaningful hours in a day down to an average of 8.5 hours. So, at the end of the day, the average human is only really living for about 1/3rd of their available…

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26

Oct
Bone Loss in Menopause

Bone Loss in Menopause

Bone loss in Menopause The word ‘Osteoporosis’ literally means ‘porous bone’. It is a condition where a person gradually loses bone material so that his or her bones become gradually more fragile. As a result, they are more likely to break. Bone is made of fibres of a material called collagen filled in with minerals- mainly calcium salts – rather like reinforced concrete. The bones of the skeleton have a thick outer shell or ‘cortex’, inside which there is a meshwork of ‘trabecular’ bone. Osteoporosis is a major public health concern worldwide. Although osteoporosis is more prevalent in women, it can also affect men. This disease can occur at any age and in any racial or ethnic group. However, it is more common in postmenopausal women, especially Asians and Caucasians. In Malaysia, it is estimated that by year 2020, about 3.3 million Malaysians will be above 65 years of age.…

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16

Oct
Good News for the Ladies! Deep Tissue Cupping for Lymphatic System (Part 1)

Good News for the Ladies! Deep Tissue Cupping for Lymphatic System (Part 1)

Healthy Lymphatic System = Healthy Breast Good News for the Ladies! What is lymphatic obstruction/blockage? Why so many women are afraid of it? Does lymphatic system directly affect the health of our breast? Ms. Esther, the President of Naturopathic Medical Association Malaysia and Madam Low, a professional TCM physician with more than 24 years experience are going to show us how deep tissue cupping can help with our lymphatic system which bring good benefits to our breast. For more info, please feel free to get in touch with us by clicking the FREE CALL button at the top of this page or email to spectrumoflife@sol.com.my.

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