AnxiClear Product Review – Get Rid Of Your Anxiety Naturally

Posted by Paul M. Bagley on Thursday Aug 30, 2012 Under Health & Well-Being

Experiencing anxiety

It doesn’t matter who you are, where you come from, or what your gender, at some point during your life you will experience anxiety that is worse than what you deem to be normal.  No one has a perfect life so there are things that will come into your life and at times, turn it completely upside down.  This can cause undue stress and anxiety to occur in your life.  It can happen to anyone at anytime, but when it does happen there are ways to fight back against that anxiety.

There are others who suffer from the same anxiety that you do so you are not alone in trying to find something that will work for you to get over that anxiety and put your life back in the same shape it was before the anxiety took over.  Sure, there are a lot of alternatives out there for you to take, but how many of them really work and work well?  There aren’t many and those that might can have serious side effects.  You’ve seen the ads on television when they are pushing a certain drug and then it goes on to list the side effects.  That list is usually a long one and some of the side effects are worse than the anxiety is; so do you really want to take them?  I know I sure don’t.

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So, to help fight back against anxiety, you should turn to the all natural supplement called AnxiClear.  My anxiety felt like I had reached the point of no return until a friend hooked me up with AnxiClear.  She told me it was the best thing she had ever done for herself and she looked happier and less anxious so I figured I didn’t have anything to lose really.  And what a great choice I made!  AnxiClear was the supplement that I had been searching for the last few months. Read More

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Menopause Relief

Posted by Paul M. Bagley on Friday Aug 10, 2012 Under Health & Well-Being

Menopause is brought on by a hormonal change initiated by the ovaries. In some women, this can begin as early as the late thirties, when the ovaries begin to slow their production of estrogen and progesterone, the hormones that regulate the menstrual cycle. When a woman is in her early fifties, the ovaries stop producing eggs altogether, making monthly periods unnecessary. Once a woman is without a monthly period for one year, menopause has officially been reached.

With the hormonal changes of menopause comes a litany of less-than-pleasant symptoms. From hot flashes to insomnia and mood swings, menopause symptoms are uncomfortable and inconvenient. Here are doctor-approved ways to find menopause relief from the worst menopause symptoms.

Eat soy. Studies are inconclusive, but many women find that adding this mildly estrogenic food to a healthy diet can reduce the occurrence of hot flashes. If it is going to work, 1 or 2 months should show results. Soy milk and edamame are excellent ways to get the benefits of soy.

As mentioned previously, calcium and vitamin D are excellent nutrients to consume during menopause. If adding foods containing these nutrients to your diet doesn’t seem to help, you can take vitamin D and calcium supplements. The recommended amounts are 800 units and 1,000 to 1,500 mg per day, respectively.

Layer. Wearing multiple layers of clothing is the best way to handle hot flashes when you are out in public. Natural fibers like cotton and linen will help wick moisture away from your skin and into the air, helping to keep you cool during even the most intense hot flash.

Use lubrication. The lower estrogen levels of menopause can cause vaginal dryness, but it can be combated with over-the-counter lubricants like Astroglide or K-Y products and moisturizers like Replens or Vagisil. A doctor can also prescribe topical medications that contain estrogen, but these may not be any more effective than the over-the-counter products. Also, having regular sexual intercourse can help by increasing blood flow to the area which increases lubrication naturally.

Stay hydrated. Hot flashes and night sweats can contribute to dehydration, so it is important to drink a lot of water. Staying hydrated can ward bring menopause relief to symptoms such as dry skin and fatigue. Try to drink at least 6 cups of water a day.

Relax. Studies have shown that women with high stress levels have more hot flashes than those with normal stress levels. By using meditation and other relaxation techniques, you can lower your anxiety level and your risk for hot flashes along with it.

Practice healthy habits. Falling estrogen levels during menopause can cause bone density loss and even memory problems. Exercise, especially weight bearing exercise like walking, can help reduce the risk of these side effects. Many women find it helps put off weight gain, insomnia and stress as well.

A diet high in fiber, calcium and vitamin D helps promote satiety and keeps weight gain and mood imbalances at bay, reduces constipation associated with lower estrogen levels and assists in keeping bones strong. Also, avoid alcohol and caffeine. They are stimulants that dehydrate the body, which can make hot flashes worse. Furthermore, caffeine can reduce the amount of calcium you absorb, contributing to bone loss. Spicy foods can also increase the risk for hot flashes, so avoid these if you find this to be true for you.

Although hot flashes and night sweats can make sleeping difficult, getting adequate rest can curb menopause symptoms. Try turning down the thermostat, wearing comfortable pajamas, consuming less caffeine and setting a regular schedule for going to sleep and getting up. Also skip the tempting afternoon nap and try deep breathing exercises and progressive muscle relaxation to promote relaxation and sleepiness.

 

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Bullies Beware!

Posted by Paul M. Bagley on Thursday Jun 21, 2012 Under Family

Bullies
Bullies seem to pop up everywhere.  The problem begins to show itself early, often on school grounds.  But it can also exist in the home and in the workplace.  And even among circles of friends.  Some of the reasons for bullying can include:

  • Overexposure to violence in the home, on TV, in the movies
  • Power issues – either a need to feel powerful or the abuse of too much power
  • Lack of self confidence and poor self esteem
  • Unloving home environment
  • Lack of supportive and positive role models
  • Negative reinforcement of the improper use of power
  • Learned patterns of abusive behavior

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I love you son

Posted by Paul M. Bagley on Thursday May 3, 2012 Under Family


Telling people, especially your children, how much you love them, is one of the most important and glorious things about being alive.  Loving, and being loved – hey, isn’t that what it’s all about!  So, the question is, how can you tell your kids you love them?  How can you help your children know they are truly loved? Growing up with strong self esteem was the number one objective I had for my son.  I considered it my most important role as a parent to instill in him a strong sense of confidence.  I wanted him to have a positive self image and to think rightly about himself.
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If the Shoe Fits …

Posted by Paul M. Bagley on Friday Dec 3, 2010 Under Family

Riddle:  What is the last thing you put on when you get dressed, and the first thing that hurts when it does not fit properly?

 Answer:  Your shoes.

Finding the right shoe is an important part of good grooming, and not just for style.  Good foot support can take you a long way.  Your feet support your entire body, and come in handy throughout the day.  Having the right shoe for the right occasion makes a big difference in the experience.  A shoe that gives good support, no matter what you are doing, can add a spring to your step.

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