|Posted on 12 June, 2017 at 18:10||comments (1)|
PREVENT STROKE! Prevent heart attacks!
We all know the stroke foundations warning signs: FAST
Face ….. Smile? Half face drooping?
Arms …. Raise. One weak? or both arm(s)?
Speech …. Slurred speech, jumbled, unable to speak?
Time … ring 111 quickly, brain may be lost.
TIA or Trans- ischemic Attack is when there is a sign of cramping in the arm, strong headache, and feeling off, perhaps not thinking and not walking straight. That is when an artery is partially blocked in the brain. Stroke is the complete blockage of an artery in the brain.
It is important that you get to the hospital to inject an enzyme that assists in resolving the blocking clot. In the first 3 hours post incident and administering this TPase (the enzyme) you have great success of recovering completely. If you brain is bleeding however, the prognosis is not as good. So read on and see what you can do now to avoid this scenario altogether.
Most clients who suffered stroke report that they were living a stressful, unhealthy lifestyle.
That consisted of a busy schedule, alcohol, sugary and fatty foods and the attitude: “that would not happen to me”. Every person is an individual and symptoms and lifestyle will vary;
So, please listen to your body to avoid harmful and regretful events.
Recent research by Dr. Ahmed Tawakol et al published in February 2017, in the Lancet Journal, confirmed that emotional stress is leading to increased stress hormone production causing arterial inflammation and stiffness.
The Amygdala in the brain is signalling to produce more hormones once the being is threatened by stress and goes into survival mode. As the brain is working faster in threating situations (such as meeting deadlines) it produces extra hormones (cortisol and epinephrine) to speed up the (survival) productivity. Heart rate, blood pressure, white blood cell and cholesterol production increases and you are ready for the perfect storm to happen. Now add anger, extra fatty and sugary foods and the bloodstream is thick with hormones and plaque to form clots.
“In that we understand that people who are working in chronic, stressful situations, are more likely to develop arterial stiffness and thus heart disease compared to the relaxed counterpart”
In this research, scientists gave 293 patients brain and body scans to record their brain, bone marrow and spleen activity and inflammation of their arteries. The patients were then tracked for an average of 3.7 years to see if they developed heart disease. In this time 22 patients had cardiovascular events - including heart attack, angina, heart failure, stroke and peripheral arterial disease.
Rist et al (2017) affirmed in their study that people who are fitter recover much better from stroke compared to those who chose a relatively inactive lifestyle. If you become active now, you would have saved money and time on hospital costs, discomfort and the annoyance in having to ask for help, by keeping your fitness levels up.
In simple terms:
Your lifestyle is contributing to the likelihood to experience stroke and heart disease.
So what can we do to prevent such stresses?
Arrange your schedule to fit in regular exercise to avoid unrequired hospital stays later on. Avoid stroke, avoid heart attacks by living a healthy lifestyle.
How do you change your lifestyle?
Ask your local exercise physiologist to assess your lifestyle, your situation, and she will suggest realistic healthy corrections. These corrections comprise mental mindfulness, potentially altering your diet, and developing exercise habits that suit your busy schedule
People who are potentially at risk of developing chronic conditions such as Diabetes and heart disease inclusive stroke, do benefit from deep, regular rest and the correct exercise prescriptions.
Call Uta to arrange an assessment to safeguard your healthy life. She will check your cholesterol, glucose, check your blood pressure, heart rate, heart rhythm with an ECG, perhaps conducts a lung capacity test, and checks your fitness, your mental health, motivates and guides you on the healthy path to live longer happier. Once you have your electronic exercise program on your phone or desktop, you may choose to join a group or perhaps train by yourself. It is your life, your health, please care for it.
Turangi has no hospital but you can become active
with your personal safety guidelines to avoid hospitals.
Multidimensional Health & Bodywork
The Medicinal Gym, Turangi, Phone 021 235 3641
Uta Weidemeier, AEP/AES RCEPNZ
is a knowledgeable
Clinical Exercise Physiologist
|Posted on 26 April, 2017 at 4:45||comments (0)|
Where do you buy motivation?
Motivation is the key factor that drives us.
Or is there something else that ensures we are healthy and active?
Our survival instinct drives us to make a fire, to eat when we are hungry, to run when the tiger is chasing us.
Our emotional reaction to our own thoughts is carrying so much energy.
Dr Sapolsky (1998) studied hormonal interactions in animals and humans and found ground breaking facts that support the idea that we are very close relations to animals via our instincts.
The instinct causes a penguin pair to travel thousands of miles to create and protect their off spring.
Us humans are being affected, confused and guided away from our internal centre of survival. Hypnotised you can say to not act for positive survival of our species, we have been interfered with to disrupt our reproduction cycles.
The hormones are essential for survival, whether it is a little girl crying and protecting her heart or an old man suffering with depression.
When we choose, what we can, whatever is best for our existence and feel the positive effect of our actions that is when motivation thrives.
We live at ease, learn at ease, are at peace and do not consider to attack anyone for any reason.
Living at physical, emotional, hormonal balance is what keeps us healthy and motivated.
How about that? How does this relate to your situation?
|Posted on 12 March, 2017 at 20:25||comments (0)|
How would we know that we are healthy?
Our bodies are so resilient and adaptable that it is easy to accept an unhealty condition.
A person who never run at high speeds and trained hard, will not understand the buzz an elite athlete receives when they perform outstandingly.
The sense of health is very individual.
Often a person only recognises that they have been unhealthy when the doctor discloses a serious diagnoses to them.
Why do some people have to have pain or a challenging situation in order to change their lifestyles?
In 2017 we begin to understand our bodies. We can prevent illnesses and chronic conditions.
But how would you change something if you accept your situation?
Something to think about. When you are ready you take action and look for change.
Perhaps ask for a natural alternatives for your health to ensure your body lasts until 80+ and performing some sort of activity....
|Posted on 2 April, 2016 at 20:10||comments (0)|
We had 8 joyous participants in our class last Saturday. All recieved relaltional tools for their future. Now they are exploring their reality.
Next time we meet on the 16th April 2016 we will explore further what we can do to have positive supportive relationships in the future.
Blessings to all who want to know about their energetic health.
|Posted on 29 March, 2016 at 19:40||comments (2)|
Multidimensional Health Teachings are based on old old medicine truths. We are working with energy in a vibrational sense and learn how to utilize this free energy for our healty future. Next class is scheduled for 2. April 2016, 11 am - 1 pm at Loveyogataupo.
One more treatments session is availabe that afternoon .
Commonly participants report of feeling lighter more grounded and alert.
Join us to experience your own energy at a higher level.