My husband remarks all the time about the beauty of my eyes and my long and lush eyelashes. He has no idea that I use a German eyelash lengthener and thickener that is called Wimpernserum. The German word for eye is “wimpern.” So, it is actually eye serum in English. I got tuned into this product a few years ago from a friend who lived in Germany with her husband for a few years. He is a citizen of the country, and she is from here. She learned to speak the language and had to learn what products to buy for everything. She said that getting makeup products was an adventure until she started asking a neighbor woman her age who could speak English. (more…)
When it comes to buying vibration plates, nothing beats the vibration machine for whole body vibration. It traverses the borders of beauty, health therapy, physical education and body building. It is employed by professors at universities to teach their Physical Education classes on the nature of muscle formation and general therapeutic differences achieved by this exercise method. Though a relatively new and unknown device, these are catching on with fitness enthusiasts around the world.
The vibration exercise machine is mostly made of sturdy but flexible steel that makes it an ideal candidate for many athletes. It gives a wider scope of exercise to the whole body that is unachievable in normal plastic exercising machinery. It is easy to use and it incorporates seventeen hand controls and a couple of mechanical controls for the intensive exerciser. It can accommodate heavy users of up to 275 Ib.
Whole body vibration using the machine is essential for good functioning of the body and the overall flow of the blood in the body. It achieves the same results as that of the constant swimmer only that this is more frequent in use and attains long lasting results. It requires ten minutes of use in a day which translates to a load of exercise before the year ends. Furthermore, unlike swimming, it offers vibration relaxation. The primary reason why this form of exercising reaches out to a larger audience is because one can exercise vigorously in the comfort of ones home.
Fitness tests are basically tests conducted by fitness trainers on people who are fitness training themselves so that they can monitor the progress of their clients. Fitness testing is a very serious and important activity for all those people involved seriously in fitness training or those people who workout and just want to make sure that their physical health is in order. Usually, fitness trainers will also make beginners undergo fitness training because it is often taken as a bench mark and then their particular fitness training schedules are settled around the results of their fitness tests.
A lot of people believe that these evaluations are unnecessary but nothing can be as important as initial fitness evaluations to gauge the amount of work you will need to put in during the life of your fitness training. Usually athletes and sports player will undergo these fitness tests on a regular basis to determine their progress and to see if further improvement is required or not. The trainer will also tell them the kind of protein supplements the bodybuilders or athletes should include in their diet, including proteinpulver, protein bars and which ones to include.
Normally, a competent trainer will perform these basic but important steps on each of his/her clients starting a new training cycle and at specific points during their training cycle. The tests performed before the training cycle can be of two types; the first are the resting tests involving resting heart rate, resting blood pressure and body composition. The second type of test is based on your physical performance and includes flexibility evaluations, aerobic endurance and low-impact muscular endurance. Examples of some of these tests would include the treadmill stress test, sit and reach, shoulder stretch etc.
Perfect Practice – How often in the sport of tennis for example do two people play against one another that have the same knowledge about their sport, have similar talent levels, and have a great team of coaches behind them, but one athlete comes out and completely takes over the match and completely outplays the other. This is a common occurrence not only in sports but in every aspect of life, and it comes down to one thing… how well you have prepared. Perfect practice means taking all that valuable information and applying it to the situations that are currently affecting you negatively in your life. For example when I learned about the importance of breathing and how it affected my body and my anxiety levels, I only practiced proper breathing from time to time and with half hearted attempts, but that’s not what perfect practice is, perfect practice is when you add high amounts of QUALITY as well as TIME to the new habit you’re trying to instill onto yourself.
Persistence – Perfect Practice is nothing without the persistence needed to keep you on the right path. Think of persistence as the fuel for perfect practice, it’s like building a muscle, and becoming persistent daily in order to achieve the goal of full recovery from panic and anxiety lies in your ability to accept setbacks, and look at recovery as a LONG term plan. Andy was a 24 year old young man that I worked with that was able to conquer his phobias and fears of his lingering symptoms of anxiety. It took months after suffering for years, and he told me after that when he went a few days without a full blown panic attack or his usual sensations of anxiety, and all of a sudden when he experienced what he feared most again he automatically started to question his ability to fully recover, and he also lost much self esteem in himself. I’ve studied many people in the past who have overcome GAD and panic disorder, as well as many of the successful people that we look up to around the world in their own fields and a common trait that they all share is persistence fueled by recognizing that setbacks and ‘failures’ WILL happen, and is part of the experience of achieving what we set out to accomplish. Recognize that a long term approach is necessary.
Patience – “Patience and time do more than strength and passion.” Patience is a quality I still struggle with very much these days even after I’ve been able to completely stop my consistent cycle of panic and anxiety. Sometimes I growl and huff and puff a car in front of me doesn’t move fast enough when a traffic light turns green. Needless to say, patience does not come easily to most of us and due to the fast paced world we currently live in and the demands that are placed upon us from many different angles, it’s probably harder now to be patient than historically it has ever been. The benefits of developing into a patient person is not only a fantastic tool to have in your arsenal in overcoming an anxiety disorder, it will carry on into many other aspects of your life when you are free from the debilitating levels of anxiety you are currently experiencing.
You see it over and over again on online anxiety forums and groups, people looking for answers to concerns about health anxiety, fear of leaving the house (agoraphobia), and information about a certain anti-anxiety medication or anti-depressant. But there’s a few problems here, mainly the one where these questions are being answered by people who are also suffering through these behavioral problems as well, and rarely from people who have been in the sufferers shoes and have overcome their generalized anxiety and panic disorder issues for example. Let’s look at 3 more examples of how most anxiety forums and groups could be keeping you in the anxiety loop, rather then providing any positive results:
They Don’t Provide Real Solutions – Most comments or questions on anxiety forums, chats, and groups are negative and fearful ones (understandably). These are usually met with a comforting response by someone who is going through similar experiences such as ‘hang in there’ or ‘this too will pass,’ as mush as these answers give the anxiety sufferer a temporary feeling of being cared for and accepted it doesn’t do ANYTHING to overcome generalized anxiety disorder.
They Reinforce Being Comfortable – Sitting on a computer won’t stop the fears that are driving your high levels of anxiety, simply because the formula to create change is planning + effort + consistency = results. For example, when an online marketer is trying to provide a solution for people through a product what does he do? He tests things over and over again through making changes on his website for example, if that marketer doesn’t get the desired result what does he do? He changes his approach again, and again, and again so the question is how far have you gotten in your progress in stopping generalized anxiety disorder lately?
Anxiety disorders like Chronic Panic Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Social Anxiety so often co-occur with drug addiction or alcoholism that many people think one condition causes the other. In fact, people that do not believe in the disease model of addiction generally believe that by curing the anxiety disorder you will cure the addictive behavior. However, most people who have first-hand experience with drug addiction know that this simply isn’t n effective practice – primarily because anxiety disorders can and do occur without the presence of addiction, and addiction and alcoholism occur independently of anxiety disorders. Therefore, understanding how to treat both concurrently is critical to achieving lasting recovery success.
Because both anxiety disorders and addiction are two of the most common public health issues, it’s not surprising that by sheer numbers alone they would co-occur in the same individuals. In fact, Hazelden – a mental health services organization, stated in a recent web publication that: “Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental disorders in America today. An estimated 13% of adults ages 18 to 54 in a given year (more than 19 million people) are affected by anxiety disorders.” Couple this with America’s epidemic numbers of drug users and it’s easy to see why this is such a significant problem.
Problems related to anxiety and addiction can begin at the onset of treatment for a particular anxiety condition. Because medications used to treat anxiety disorders include Valium, Xanax and other powerful and addictive drugs, many people already battling with such a condition soon find themselves battling an addiction as well. This can be complicated by the fact that because these drugs are prescribed by a doctor, some people are not aware that they have become addicted to the drugs until it is too late.