Thursday, August 31, 2006

Anger Can Hurt Lung Power

LONDON (Reuters) - Lung power normally declines as a person ages but being angry and hostile can speed up the process, researchers said on Thursday.

In a study of 670 men ranging in age from 45 to 86, they found that males who had higher levels of long-standing anger at the start of the eight-year project had significantly poorer lung function at the end of it.

"This study is one of the first to show prospectively that hostility is associated with poorer pulmonary function and more rapid rates of decline among older men," said Dr Rosalind Wright, of Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts, in a report online in the journal Thorax.

The scientists used a scoring system to measures the levels of anger of each of the men and they tested their lung power three times during the study.

Even after taking account of other factors such as smoking that can also have an impact on lung power, hostility and anger had a negative effect.

Anger, hostility and stress have also been associated with heart disease, asthma and other ailments.

Wright and her team suggested that the negative emotions could change biological process and may disturb the immune system and cause chronic inflammation.

"Stress-related factors are known to depress the immune function and increase susceptibility to or exacerbate a host of diseases and disorders," said Dr Paul Lehrer, of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, in an editorial in the journal.

He added that it is unknown how chronic anger contributes to physical deterioration but said the researchers established a link between chronic anger and age-related deterioration in lung function.

"The next step is to determine the exact pathway by which this happens," said Lehrer.

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Saturday, August 26, 2006

Drinking Tea May Be Better Than Water

(NewsTarget) New research in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition indicates that drinking tea is as good for your health -- or better -- than just drinking water.

A team of researchers from King's College London examined previously-published studies in search of the health benefits of tea consumption, and found that it contains powerful antioxidants called polyphenols, which prevent cellular damage. The researchers concluded that drinking three to four cups of tea per day reduces the risk of heart attack, protects against cancer, strengthens bones and protects against tooth plaque and decay.

"Drinking tea is actually better for you than drinking water," says Dr. Carrie Ruxton, a public health nutritionist at King's College London and the study's lead author. "Water is essentially replacing fluid. Tea replaces fluids and contains antioxidants, so it's got two things going for it."

Though many consumers believe that tea -- which often contains caffeine -- is dehydrating, Ruxton says such an idea is an urban myth. "Studies on caffeine have found very high doses dehydrate and everyone assumes that caffeine-containing beverages dehydrate," she says. "But even if you had a really, really strong cup of tea or coffee, which is quite hard to make, you would still have a net gain of fluid."

Ruxton's team found that average tea consumption was less than three cups per day in the UK, and that many younger people were replacing tea with sugary soft drinks. The study's findings were backed by the British Nutrition Foundation and the Tea Council, which funded the research.

"These findings help confirm the extraordinary health benefits of drinking tea, a drink that is essentially made of herbs soaked in water," said Mike Adams, a consumer health advocate and holistic nutritionist. "What consumers need to keep in mind, however, is that adding cream or sweeteners to the tea can nullify any potential health benefits and actually make the drink harmful to health. If you're going to use sweeteners," he added, "always use either stevia or agave nectar."

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Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Healthy Living: The Key to Successful Living - Part 4

(This is the fourth of a five-part series on the importance of health as key to a successful life. Today we look at the value of quality relationships.)

Quality Relationships

While there may be no definite evidence that a loving relationship is beneficial to one's health, it certainly seems to have a positive effect on one's overall well-being.

Those who are involved in a long-term loving relationship where each person is treated with mutual respect tend to be happier, more relaxed, have more confidence and are generally healthier than individuals who don't. The reason has to do with that old bugaboo called stress. It's a well known fact that stress is a killer that can add to a host of maladies, both emotional and physical. Stress has been proved to cause brain shrinkage. Stress literally kills brain cells!

If an individual is involved in a negative relationship, there is more likelihood that they will suffer from stress related ailments. The more relaxed and loving a relationship is, the better the chances are that an individual will not suffer as many health problems.

Being in love and being able to share and receive affection promotes happiness, relaxation and peacefulness, which leads to less stress. Lower stress levels can lead to lower blood pressure and a much more relaxed and calm mental and emotional state of being.

People who are in abusive relationships or who live in a home environment where negativity is prevalent seem to be more susceptible to illnesses.

When suffering from stress the body's immune system may be compromised therefore making the person more prone to flu and colds along with a host of other illnesses. Those who are involved in a stressful relationship may find themselves emotionally and physically exhausted.

A healthy relationship can improve one's well-being in a variety of ways. This is not to say that a good relationship is one without disagreements or problems but in a healthy relationship, the partners are able to talk openly and honestly with each other. They are able to work through their disagreement by having good lines of communication and are able to transcend problems that would otherwise escalate in a relationship that is not as healthy as it should be.

Healthy relationships are not perfect; no relationship ever is. But when a person does not feel comfortable enough to discuss his or her feelings with a partner, those emotions will build inside, causing stress that may later lead to serious health conditions.

Whether we believe it or not, love does have a curative effect. The mind can influence the body and the healing process and when a person knows that there is a stable, loving individual in their life that they can depend upon, the mind is relaxed and comforted and is able to put more effort into healing the body. If a person who is in an abusive relationship becomes ill, they may not care whether they get better or not.

A quality, loving relationship has been known to increase longevity. The proof is in the downward spiral of a spouse who's life-long mate passes on. We all have known someone who lost a loved one and died a short time later. A broken heart can be just as deadly as a diseased one.

Loving, healthy relationships are an important ingredient to success. Just look at history and see how many individuals were spurred on to greatness after finding the love of their life. Positive energy directed at any object will eventually cause great things to happen. Such is the power of love directed at the object of your desire.

Yes, you can achieve success without the love of a soul mate, but it's much more difficult and a much more empty process. Love is the exlir for our soul, the tonic that heals all ills. Cultivate love, not only for your family, but all you come in contact with. In the end, beauty fades, money comes and goes, but one thing remains constant - love.

And as the Bible so eloquently states: "Love hopes all things, bears all things, believes all things. Love never ends."

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Friday, August 18, 2006

Healthy Living: The Key to Successful Living - Part 3

(This is the third of a five-part series on the importance of health as key to a successful life. Today we look at eliminating unhealthy habits.)

Eliminating Unhealthy Habits

Studies have shown that upwards of 80 percent of all heart disease and 70 percent of most cancers could be prevented if we exercised regularly, maintained a healthy diet and eliminated bad habits like smoking, drug abuse and excessive alcohol consumption.

The fact is that most diseases and sickness are caused by our habitual bad habits and if corrected, could be prevented from affecting our lives.

Making the right choices can be hard - habits are habits because they've been ingrained in our subconscious for so long that we don't think about them, we just do them. Habits can seem impossible to break, but break them we must. Our lives, our health and our success is at stake if we don't snap free from the chains of our unhealthy habits.

Smoking, poor food choices, alcohol and drug abuse are the big four when it comes to causing sickness and preventable deaths in these United States. Smoking is responsible for more early deaths than any of the other unhealthy habits combined.

Heart disease, stoke and cancer victims can look to smoking as one of the main culprits. Cigarette smoking is the number one cause of premature and preventable death in the world. Smoking hardens the arteries, raises blood pressure and produces malignant cancer cells in the body.

Alcohol and drug abuse are notorious cancer causers as well as the number one cause of death by vehicle in the U.S. In addition to these, drug abusers run the risk of contracting blood born killers like AIDS and Hepatitis C.

Foods high in sugar, salt, saturated and trans fats can cause numerous damage to the body. Most likely in the forms of heart disease, inflammation and overall ill health. Recent studies suggest that upwards of 70 percent of all deaths in the United States can be attributed to these four deadly habits.

Breaking the Cycle

These habits, especially smoking, are so powerful that many people even after suffering debilitating health problems will not stop their unhealthy habit. The point is the habit can become a very potent addiction over time.

Fortunately, there are ways to break bad habits and addictions for good. Here are six steps to getting free from any unhealthy habit.

1. Self-motivation - before you can stop a bad habit, you must want to stop. If you can't get yourself motivated to really quit, you're defeated before you start.

2. Seek counseling or a support group - Some may not be able to afford a counselor, but support groups can be found anywhere, including friends and family.

3. Exercise regularly - Nothing is more beneficial for the human body than exercise. It lowers blood pressure, cholesterol and releases endorphins (the feel good chemical) throughout the body.

4. Reward yourself - Set up a reward system for yourself. If you go a day without smoking, go buy yourself something, take a night out on the town or whatever rewards you can think of to keep the motivation levels high.

5. Visualization and affirmations - Visualize, see yourself in your minds eye free from your bad habit or addiction. Use strong emotions to plant the vision deep in your subconscious and affirm that you're free from your bad habit. It won't be long before that habit is replaced with your ideal vision.

6. Replace a negative habit with a positive one - This is pretty self-explanatory. All you do is replace a bad habit (smoking) with a positive one (exercise) to take its place.

Defeating an unhealthy habit can take time, but it can be done, provided one takes persistent action and blends it with proper motivation and a solid vision of a successful outcome.

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Monday, August 14, 2006

Healthy Living: The Key to Successful Living - Part 2

(This is the second of a five-part series on the importance of health as key to a successful life. Today we look at healthy exercising habits.)


Nothing has more of a profound, positive benefit on the body than exercise, even more so than nutrition.

Exercise is the single best thing a person can do to improve health and keep diseases at a distance. Physical exercise is not just for weight control purposes. The benefits of regular aerobic and anaerobic (weight lifting) exercise are numerous.

Exercise has many benefits:

1. Improves health and longevity.
2. Prevents heart disease by lowering cholesterol and high blood pressure.
3. Helps prevent certain types of cancers.
4. Keeps type-II diabetes at bay.
5. Helps prevent arthritis and improves bone density, which prevents osteoporosis.
6. Improves mood.
7. Controls weight by speeding up the metabolism and increasing muscle.

That increased lean muscle mass leads to greater fat burning and insulin control - resulting in normal weight levels.

Without exercise our muscles atrophy and waste away. In time, this muscle wasting will cause an individual to gain more fat and have less energy - leaving one open to diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

As you can see, exercise is a major component, if not the most important one, in living a healthy and successful life.

New findings have shown that we do not need marathon exercise sessions lasting hours and hours. As a matter of fact, too much exercise, such as the workout regimens of long-distance runners, can cause serious health problems as well.

It's called the overtraining principle and it occurs when excessive amounts of exercise cause too much stress on the body with not enough recovery time given to re-energize and repair the body.

The key to quality exercise is the intensity of aerobic workouts performed and the addition of weight training to anyone's healthy living program.

Aerobic Exercise

Japanese scientist Izumi Tabata found that shorter, more vigorous exercise had greater cardiovascular and anaerobic benefits than longer steady-state type workouts.

Tabata Intervals consist of 20 seconds of flat out effort followed by 10 seconds of rest for a total of eight intervals. Add a four minute warmup with a four minute cool-down and you have a grand total of only a 12 minute workout.

The problem is they're not easy and should only be performed if you're already in decent shape. Brisk walking or stationary cycling without the intervals can be performed by beginners until they are in better shape. After a period of time, intervals can and should be added to any aerobic program.

Here is a sample program that anyone who is new to exercise or out of shape can follow:

Walk, bike, jog or use any aerobic apparatus (stationary cycle, versa climber, rowing machine) 20-30 minutes at a time, 3-4 days per week.

After about six months, add in some Tabata Intervals slowly until you've reached the 12 minute protocol (four minute warmup, four minute intervals, four minute cool down).

Weight Training

Weight training should be performed 2-3 days per week consisting of major compound exercises that work the overall musculature of the body.

Lifting weights is the best exercise in the world and should be incorporated into everyone's exercise program. The key is progression. You must consistently lift heavier weights if you want to reap the major benefits. Remember, intensity is key.

Start out with light weights and work up as you progress and get stronger and better fit. Below is a very good beginners program.

Basic Beginners Workout:

Squats 3 x 10-12
Overhead Press 3 x 8-10
Deadlifts or Shrugs 3 x 8-10
Chins or Pulldowns 3 x 8-10
Dips or Bench Press 2 x 8-10
Crunches 2 x 10-15

After you become more advanced and stronger, you'll add more weight to each exercise and drop to 1-or-2 sets per exercise. If you don't know how to perform these exercises you can search the Internet or your local bookstore for a description of each exercise and how it should be done.

Stick with only the big exercises above. Choose the ones you like and blast them hard. Don't add any weight until you can perform all of your sets while maintaining good form. Don't forget to do some form or cardio 3-4 days per week for conditioning.

Also, give yourself at least one rest day per week where no workouts are performed. Remember, the nervous system needs to recover from exercise, so take one day off every week and just enjoy the day. Your body will thank you for the recharge.

Understand that to be successful in any weight training program - hard work is a must! Half-hearted effort does nothing for you. If you're new to weight training or grossly out of shape, please consult a physician first.

Exercise is the most important thing you can do for your body. Take it seriously because the implications are enormous.

Regular exercise combined with proper nutrition can keep illness and disease at bay and allow one to live a long, fruitful and successful life.

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Friday, August 11, 2006

Healthy Living: The Key to Successful Living

(This is the first of a five-part series on the importance of health as key to a successful life. Today we look at healthy eating habits.)

Let's face it - without healthy living we can't possible have successful living. Good health is the single most important component to a successful life.

With it, you can enjoy the fruits that this world has to offer. Without it, all the money in the world is pretty much meaningless. Come on, how could you enjoy all that money if you were constantly sick? Exactly, you wouldn't.

Good health isn't just about eating right. There are more components involved in the health equation than just eating your fruits and veggies, whole grains and lean proteins.

Although good eating habits are a start, we must incorporate exercise, the elimination of unhealthy habits, quality relationships and proper mental and emotional attitudes to complete the total health picture.

If any of these five key factors are missing from our lives we cannot possibly be at our best and most efficient. In order to have a more clear-cut picture in mind of what total health is, we need to break down the five key factors of good health one-by-one.


Probably no topic, with the exception of religion, has as much debate, controversy and disagreement surrounding it than nutrition.

From Atkins to South Beach, from low-carb to high-carb and every fad diet in-between - from celebrities, PhD holders, gym owners, to the guy down the street. All have an opinion on proper diet and healthy nutrition.

And while this author is not a nutrition expert or a doctor, I say it's time for a little intelligence and common sense to take over and settle the argument once and for all.

Common sense tells us all that a proper diet is one that contains lots of fruits, veggies, whole grains, and lean protein (chicken, fish, beef) with some healthy fats (nuts, olive oil) thrown in for good measure. Also, don't forget to drink plenty of water and get some daily dairy as well.

Common sense also tells us that processed foods high in saturated and trans fats are a no-no. These include chips, processed sugary treats, fast food and anything made with white flour. Now this doesn't mean you have to become monk-like and completely abstain from these foods - just eat them sparingly. I like a good brownie every now and then, just not every day. If you like fast food, go out once or twice a month and treat yourself. Be sensible with your eating habits and patterns.

Deprivation and diets do not work. The perfect balance is to eat healthy 90 percent of the time and with the other 10 percent - eat what you want, just eat it sparingly. Life is supposed to be savored and enjoyed. If you're constantly getting down on yourself for eating a doughnut or whatever, that's not healthy either. Relax, eat the doughnut if you want, but eat only one and not on a regular basis and you'll be fine. Stop beating yourself up over it.

We can go too far on the supposed healthy side as well. Take for instance the no-carb craze. Some take it to such extremes that they won't even eat a piece of fruit, because the fructose is too high in carbohydrates. Give me a break!

No one and I mean no one, is going to tell or convince me that fruits are bad. They come from nature, were put here by God and they're supposed to be our true candy. The sweetness in fruit is natures gift to us - not a Milky Way or Snickers. Fruit is good. Besides, the body needs carbohydrates for energy. The brain itself feeds off one thing and one thing only - carbs. The low carb people need to get a grip. It's empty carb foods like chips and cookies that are bad, not a grape.

The final problem in the nutrition debate is eating frequency. We here in America eat too damned much. I don't care if you follow a totally clean, healthy diet - eating too much and too frequently hurts the digestive system by not giving it a chance to relax and take a break. I'm not a doctor, but I have experience on this eating too much stuff, just ask my acid-reflux filled stomach if the digestive system needs a break or not.

Eating the five, six or seven meals a day that some recommend is ridiculous. We need to eat less not more. Numerous studies have proven that calorie restriction (not starvation people, restriction) is a known factor in extending life expectancy.

Two to four meals per day is all anyone really needs for energy, health and proper nutrition. The majority who don't exercise should eat 2-3 meals, while the exercisers should go with four, since they're using up more energy on a daily basis.

Fasting is another integral part of a complete, healthy nutrition plan. Fasting isn't just for religious purposes. Fasting cleans the body of impurities and stimulates the mind to creative thought and ideas. Everyone should fast on a weekly or once a month basis.

Finally, don't forget to take a multi-vitamin daily. No one eats right all the time, so a vitamin is a good insurance policy.

So here in a nutshell, using only the tools of intelligence and common sense, we have come up with a complete, easy to follow nutrition plan for good health.

1. Eat fruits and veggies daily.
2. Eat whole grains daily.
3. Eat some healthy fats (Olive Oil, nuts) daily.
4. Drink plenty of water every day.
5. Eat some lean protein (fish, chicken, lean beef) daily.
6. Don't forget your dairy.
7. Eat 2-4 meals per day.
8. Fast once a weak or once a month.
9. Take a multi-vitamin daily.
10. Treat yourself to some junk food if you want, only do so sparingly.

Follow the above ten steps and you don't need to buy another diet book ever again.

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Monday, August 07, 2006

Create Your Future Right Now

The difference between those who achieve their goals and those who don't is planning and action.

Success is a science, just like biology, chemistry or geology. And just like the natural sciences there are laws that lead to the attainment of goals. Follow them, implement them, take action and success is assured. Success is predictable. It is not based on luck or chance.

The way to success, whatever that means to you, is threefold in nature - set goals, make a plan to achieve them and take action to make them reality. Personal or financial success begins with objectives (goals). You must know what you want in order to achieve it.

Your dreams are the destinations you want to reach, your goals are the signs on the pathway to achievement. Planning is the connective tissue between your dreams, your goals and the reality of accomplishment.

So the first step on the way to creating your ideal future right now is to set goals. Once you've determined what you want the things that you want have a way of finding you. Your power to achieve is based on being clear about what you want in life. If you ask for little, you get it. If you ask for the world, it's yours. As the good book says, "whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it and nothing shall be impossible for you."

The best way to go about finding what you want is to play a little game of fantasy. Doesn't sound too bad does it? Imagine in your mind you had all the money, time and ability to accomplish whatever it is that you want. What would it be? When you come up with the answers, which you will if you seriously try this, get out a piece of paper and start writing them down until you run out of ideas. Whatever list you have, sort them in order of importance and you have your goal list. All goals must be put to paper.

Your goals should be written down like this:

1. Goals need to be specific and measurable - how much money? What color and make of car? And so on and so on.

2. Be in the present, positive tense, stating results not wishes- write down what the goal looks and feels like after it's accomplished. Example: instead of writing I will own a Mercedes Benz S-Class automobile, write I drive a Mercedes Benz S-Class car.

After your goals are written down, next you must focus on them with laser-like concentration. Your goals must become the major focus of your life if you want to attain them. Focusing on your goals leads to the development of plans by the subconscious to achieve those goals.

When the plans come, which they will if your goals are clearly the main focus of your life, take action on them immediately and eventually all your goals will bear fruit. By forming a clear mental picture of what you want and never letting go of that picture - you'll always find a way to accomplish your objectives.

Nothing happens overnight, that is not nature's way. You must commit yourself to your goals and plans and stay persistent. Remember, the larger and grander the goal, the more roadblocks you'll face. Stay persistent until the end and your dreams shall come true.

Follow the steps to creating your future right now - decide on your goals, write them down in a specific, positive, present-tense manner, focus on them until they have become your dominant thoughts and when your subconscious gives you plans to achieve your goals, take persistent, committed action until your dreams come true.

If you follow these steps to the letter. Life will give you whatever you desire.

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Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Relax..Take it Easy

I was listening to the classic album, 'The Grand Illusion' by Styx the other day and when the song 'Fooling Yourself (Angry Young Man)' came on, the beginning lines of the song struck a chord with me.

In it, Tommy Shaw sings, "relax...take it easy" and that got me thinking about how many of us sabotage our lives with stress, anxiety and impatience.

The constant barrage of stimuli that we face every day is causing sensory overload. We have a million and one things to do and only enough hours in the day to do a thousand of them. No wonder so many kids have ADD. If the adults have trouble coping and processing, throw in the Ipods, video games and whatnot that youngsters are involved in and you begin to understand why kids have such a short attention span.

The problem with all this stress, anxiety and impatience is twofold - it's bad for our health and it cripples our ability to focus.

Without focus we are lost. For anyone to be successful they must have concentration. Controlled focus is the ability to lock on to a task or target and keep with it until the task is completed or the target is reached. Proper focus is elimination of all distractions with singlemindedness towards a chosen goal.

There's no need for me to mention the health issue - we all know by now what stress does to the body. New studies have come out proving that high stress levels can actually cause the brain to shrink! High anxiety and stress can kill brain cells as well as wreak havoc all through the body.

This is an age of mass consumption. I want it all and I want it now is the battle cry. It's a philosophy that has no direct connection to reality, which is why we have anguish, despair, depression and people in massive amounts of debt they'll never be able to get out of.

Life doesn't work that way. Look at nature. A seed falls to the ground, in time it becomes a tree or a plant and then the cycle starts all over again. But notice, the seed doesn't become a full-grown tree overnight. It takes years and years before it blossoms to maturity. All the secrets of life are in that tree. Learn it's lessons and become wiser for it.

Plant your seeds (your goals), watch over them (focus), care for them (action) and in due time, with due diligence - the completed goals are materialized and accomplished.

Stress and anxiety breed impatience. Impatience causes lack of focus and that in turn causes indecision. Indecision leads to even more stress and anxiety, which of course can grow into fear, doubt and depression.

Learn to prioritize. Make a list of the important tasks of the day. If it's not on the list - don't do it. If it is, don't let the day fade away without completing it. Many of us waste our time on trivial matters, while more important areas of our lives suffer neglect. Don't let this happen to you.

Decide on a course and stay with it. Know in your heart that what you truly desire is coming to you and be patient for its arrival. You desires will come, but in their own sweet time. Just keep focusing on what you want and take continuous action to make it happen. Learn patience. If you're impatient and want it to soon, if you try to hard to grasp for the brass ring - you may fall and lose it all.

Deep down in our souls, we know what's important and what isn't. Spending time with loved ones - important. Spending time watching TV and ignoring our loved ones - not important. Focusing on areas that can make you more successful - important. Spending your time reading the latest celebrity gossip - not important.

It's easy to prioritize once your focused. Keep your mind on the things you want and off the things you don't want.

You can't possibly be at your best when under stress, so take some solid advice from a classic rock song - "relax...take it easy." And watch what a difference it can make in your life.

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