Saturday, June 28, 2014

Age Resistant Argan Oil | D2DTips

Age Resistant Argan Oil | D2DTips





Looking for a great moisturizer that helps with dry skin, wrinkles, frizzy hair etc. This is it

Friday, June 27, 2014

Monday, June 23, 2014

Fighting Wrinkles?

Fighting wrinkles as we age is no fun, the effects from stress, worry, and the sun has taken its toll on us all. But besides those face creams that promise some kind of "magic" in those tubes or jars....research has found that you can actually help keep slow down the process of wrinkles with "protein".

That's right protein!  I wrote more about it on this site, so if interested check it out at

http://dailytwocents.com/fighting-wrinkles-with-protein/


Thursday, June 19, 2014

Trouble Seeing? Is It Cataracts?



                                                                        
What is the common cause of low vision? Cataracts! Your eyes work like a camera, with light that flows through your
 lens onto the retina, a layer of light sensitive cells at the back of the eye. Very similar to a photograph film, the retina
 allows the image to be “seen” by the brain.

But over time the lens of our eyes can become cloudy and can prevent light from passing clearly through the lens of
 the eyes. The loss of clearness may be so mild that the vision is barely noticed or it can be so severe that no shapes
 or movements are seen only light or dark.

So when the eye lens becomes cloudy enough to obstruct the vision to any degree it is called a “cataract”. Eye glasses
 or contact lenses can correct this condition slightly but it cannot sharpen your vision if a severe cataract is present.
Cataracts usually develop slowly and progress, causing gradual and painless decrease in vision. You may experience 
blurry vision, frequent changes in your prescriptions, even a decrease in color vibrancy and in rare cases double vision.
Cataract surgery is a very successful operation and it has a 95% success rate.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Effects Of Grief



                                                                                             

Every part of your health and behavior is affected by grief. Those that are grieving are suffering with
insomnia, loss of appetite, energy, and a general sense of apathy.
Grief can affect your nervous system causing shortness of breath, headaches, muscle spasms,
 stomach or chest pain, rapid heartbeat and other symptoms. Grief is usually associated with the
 death of a loved one, but the emotion could come from disappointments over health, relationships,
 or even career.
While there is no quick cure that will help heal a broken heart, herbs, aromatherapy, relaxation
 methods, and other natural remedies can help during the difficult mourning process.
Seeking help can also give you support in dealing with the grief, but keep in mind that emotion
 is part of a necessary process that we all must experience and go through before we start to heal.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Remedies For Diabetes


Diabetes is usually a hereditary disease and chances are that someone you know has diabetes- there are over five million Americans that have this disease and are being treated for it. Diabetes happens when your body does not produce or use insulin, the hormone that helps move consumed sugars out of the blood and into the cells.

An excess of glucose “sugar” in the blood and urine are due to the body’s inability to absorb glucose normally, because of a result of insufficient amount of insulin being produced by the pancreas. The inability to absorb and store the glucose causes it to accumulate in the blood in large amounts that can over flow into the urine.

Frequent urination is due to the abnormal amount of urine being produced to allow the excess glucose that the kidneys need to filter out of the blood. Chronic thirst, excessive hunger, or weight loss are just some symptoms. This occurs because the body is unable to use the glucose so the body then uses fat and proteins as a source of energy. If this condition goes untreated the large amount of sugar can lead to a coma or death.

There are two types of diabetes- Mellitus: Type 1 or juvenile diabetes which occurs during childhood. Type 2 adult- diabetes, can usually happen after 40 years of age. With type 1 diabetes, treatment is a careful diet and insulin injections.  With Type 2 diabetes successful efforts can be made when controlled by diet, exercise, and natural remedies. Control is essential to avoid any other issues.

It is important to maintain your weight and get exercise. Limit your intake of rolls, pasta, bread, potatoes, and sweets. Decide to eat instead fresh vegetables, proteins, beans, and nuts. Exercise will help keep your metabolism working because excess sugars in the blood can cause damage to the blood vessels. It is important for diabetics to keep their circulation healthy; the reason is so that enough oxygen can be supplied to the organs. This will prevent problems such as kidney failure, blindness, or circulatory disease.

There are natural remedies that can help and control many diseases. Blueberries, Stevia, Cinnamon, turmeric are just a few. You can eat, drink, or take a capsule with some of these herbal remedies.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Feeling Stressed?

Stressful situations occur in our life on a daily basis. Situations where people may feel
irritated, anxious or even threatened will then create a reaction which occurs, and sets our emotions into action. Numerous people become stressed when they are involved in conflicts, or worried about problems, or are even pushed for time.

The body understands these pressures as a threat to life. What happens next is the pituitary gland signals the adrenal glands to release adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol hormones that get the body ready to fight or flee. The muscles start to tense, your heart beat and alertness increases and, blood pressure heightens.

Although these effects allow the body to react quickly when faced with real danger, if your body is in a constant state of stress it will start to lose the ability for defense. Lack of sleep and experiencing excessive noise will make dealing with stress more difficult. Eventually over time illness will occur including heart disease, ulcers, headaches and other countless symptoms will develop along with mental burnout.

Stress doesn’t have to be negative, a certain amount of stress is necessary for us to lead a productive and interesting life. Stress can push us to achieve and this is a good stress. The good stress is called “eustress” which means Good in Greek.  It stimulates the mind and body.  The bad stress produces tension, anxiety and hurts the body and can causes illness.
Fortunately, there are herbal remedies, relaxation methods and water therapies that can help reduce many different types of stress.

Saturday, June 14, 2014

High Blood Pressure


There is nearly one out of every three adults who have hypertension worldwide- which is known as the “silent killer”. High blood pressure can affect people of all shapes, sizes, and age.  High blood pressure occurs when the smallest arteries also known as “arterioles” constrict, causing the heart to pump harder in order to distribute the blood throughout the body. Since the heart is a muscle- the harder it works the bigger it gets; what can happen is an enlarged heart.

Pressure against the walls of the arteries occurs when the heart contracts (systolic) pressure, and when the heart relaxes between beats (diastolic) pressure.  The pumping of the heart and how well it works circulating the blood throughout the body can be affected by many factors, health, heart muscle, and elasticity of the artery walls.
Stress, alcohol, nicotine, drugs and weight often lead to heart disease. Blood pressure can fluctuate but a normal range is 120/80. When the hearts systolic reaches 140 and the diastolic exceed 90- disease is present. Left untreated it can cause –strokes, heart attacks, and kidney failure. Controlling blood pressure can cut your stroke to 30-40%, and heart attacks 20-25%.

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is blocked due to a blood clot. A heart attack occurs when blood supply to the heart muscle is blocked.
There are methods that can be taken to control your blood pressure by diet, exercise, life style and natural remedies. Reduce your stress the best way you can, try yoga, aerobic exercises, walking, and hiking. Avoid smoking completely and lose weight. Just these few methods will enable you be able to control or prevent high blood pressure.

 Diet is important and you need to watch your cholesterol levels which if they are high, can put you at risk of cardiovascular disease. Cut back on red meat, eggs, salt, and foods high in fats. Be watchful of caffeine and alcohol they constrict the blood vessels so take these in moderation. Easting fish is recommended because it has unsaturated fatty acids that can have the effect of lowering blood pressure. By just losing 10 pounds you can lower your blood pressure.

Monday, June 9, 2014

Meditation-Does it work?

I just submitted an article on Reddit at :http://redd.it/27phef

It creates inner peace and tranquility, great for a stressful life.  Please read the article for yourself.

Drinking passionflower will also give you relief from stress...and will actually calm you down.


Saturday, June 7, 2014

Importance of Iodine Supplements



We all need iodine in our diets but many people don’t get enough. And with the majority of diets today many adults
 and children are lacking this vital mineral. Taking iodine supplements are another way to furnish the body.

Our bodies can efficiently produce the thyroid hormones that serve as messengers triggering just about every bodily
 function.  So the presence or lack of iodine will affect every cell in our body.It is important to be aware of a low thyroid function there are some recognizable symptoms that can range from:
extreme fatigueweight gain, depression, carpal tunnel syndrome, high blood pressure, fibrocystic breasts 
 and a variety of skin and hair problems.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms you need to talk to your doctor and see if  you are iodine deficient.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Artichoke And It's Benefits




The Artichoke is a diversified perennial  with many health benefits.
 The artichoke provides multi benefits when taken, the large hairy perennial that grows in gardens and produces the
 vegetable “artichoke” using its large leaves.

You can buy artichoke extracts in capsules or even in liquid tincture or elixirs.  This simple looking perennial can
 be used for different ailments by using the leafs for preparations. 


Artichoke can help with poor appetite, a weak digestion, and even weight loss. When an artichoke is taken, it has bile stimulating effect and it is used as well for gallbladder problems and high cholesterol.
Let the leaves simmer for several minutes in a cup of hot water, then add 1 teaspoon of the tincture and drink 2-3 times a day.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Making Extra Cash

We all want to make extra cash...and it is hard to find online sites that are legitimate but I came across a site that might be. Now I haven't looked into it but it claims that you rate products. How hard can that be right? Well, if its real not very much.

It is a consumer test panel and you can register to sign up and earn extra cash by trying out all different products.

Just do a online search for" consumer testing"...you fill out a questionnaire  to see if you are right for that product.

If anyone does try it...please let me know how it is so we can pass it on.

Another site...www.clickworker.com  
This site is for completing small tasks
 

Monday, June 2, 2014

Gay Marriage

Illinois is another state that will allow gay marriage and this is the milestone for many gay rights activists and their long fight for equal rights.

I personally believe that all people no matter whether they are man or woman, black, white, Asian, or whatever their religion should have equal rights.

So it is showing that as people we are slowly starting to put our fears aside and opening our closed minds to accepting people for who they are. I am happy for them all.

After all...love is love....it has no boundaries for color, race, or sex.

The Religious Freedom and Marriage Fairness Act takes affect soon and couples unions will be legally accepted.