Markus Rothkranz: Removing Our Limitations For Complete Freedom

In this video, motivational speaker Markus Rothkranz explains how we can become limitless and attain true freedom. Admitting that it may sound cliché, Rothkranz says that the only way we can become limitless is to remove our limitations. Beginning at a very young age, we are told no consistently from our parents. This continues as we age even into adulthood. Our peers and even our friends may tell us no or say we can’t do something. Additionally, the internet is full of people who are negative and willing to drag you down. The reason we don’t feel limitless is because all of these limitations and strains that others have put onto us. The only issue is that we are responsible for allowing these limitations to affect us.

The reality is, Markus Rothkranz explains, the only limitations we have are the ones that we accept for ourselves. The limitation may come from an external source, but we have the choice to accept that limitation or not. Markus Rothkranz describes how all of the great pioneers that we admire set out to pursue their dreams and left everything behind. Their ideas seemed crazy at the time because nobody had dared to attempt them. Despite the discouragement and possible embarrassment, these great pioneers left everything and set out on their own to make their dreams a reality

Markus Rothkranz also encourages people to think for themselves. Seeking out advice and opinions from other people is not going to help you realize what steps need to be taken. Because your dreams are unique to you, other people may have a hard time understanding or even accepting them. It is your duty to explore those desires for yourself and trust the path that it leads you down. Markus explains that people may have to be willing to give up their jobs, their cars, their money, etc., in order to fulfill their dream.

A New Spring Clean

I have always wondered why along with the season of spring comes the, oh so fun, cleaning. Maybe it’s the fresh air around us that motivates us to freshen up our space, or maybe it’s realizing we just hibernated for the past couple of months due to the cold winter and need to come out of our cave and brighten everything up again. Whatever the reason for cleaning during this beautiful season, it needs to get done but sometimes it’s a pain. Most of the time no one wants to clean themselves, which is why we should hire someone else to do it! Isn’t that the solution to most of our problems? But really, if we hire Handy to clean our house I believe most of our problems will be solved!

Handy is a home cleaning service. The awesome part, though, is that they do so much more than just clean! They will help repair anything, they will mount the TV, and they will even help pack up the house to move. With a click of a button on the phone or the computer, Handy will arrive within a day to help with any work that needs to be done. It’s easy and affordable! The company has hired professionals we can trust and they have a money back guarantee. This company is almost too good to be true! But it is true! We can hire someone to take out the trash, unclog the toilet, paint the walls, or put furniture together. With Handy there is no need to hire five different companies who specialize in all these separate areas because Handy does it all!

It’s the season for cleaning, so we’re faced with two options: clean the whole house ourselves when we could be doing better things or hire Handy to come take care of all the things on our cleaning to do list and experience a new Spring clean. We have a choice to make, but I can promise that I will be choosing Handy, the home cleaning service, this Spring.

Can Toilets Be to Blame for STDs?

The toilet has a bad reputation for being the silent culprit that passes sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) from one bathroom goer to the next one, but is this really the case? In a recent article, this “urban legend” is discussed. Although a large majority of women do not sit on public toilet seats in fear of catching diseases, their fears are unfounded.

So, where did the toilet seat fears begin? Most likely, the myth was derived from cheating partners. This came about when the partner was confronted about STD symptoms, he or she would respond with “I got it from a toilet seat” instead of, “I am a cheater”. It is easier to deny unfaithfulness than be honest about what really has transpired.
As a person with lots of experience in Public Health, I still hear this excuse almost daily said Sergio Cortes. It is amazing to me how many people will believe absurdities to avoid the emotional pain associated with the end of a relationship. Many clients have sworn off public toilets forever once receiving an STD from a partner. I always wonder what the cheating partner will use as an excuse once the toilet is no longer a suspect.

Opinions in Indiana Have Changed About Needle Exchange Programs

Since December, the state of Indiana has experienced its largest HIV outbreak in history. In that time, over 160 individuals have tested positive for this virus. The majority of the HIV cases have been connected to the use of injection drugs. The county has changed its tune about needle exchange programs, now offering the drug users access to clean needles in order to fight the spread of the disease.

Until April, needle exchanges were banned in the state of Indiana. At the beginning of April, the first ever program of this type was started on a temporary basis. Last week, the state of Indiana approved the request of Scott County, the epicenter of the outbreak, to extend the program for a year. Individual counties are still required to get state approval before starting programs such as this one.

The program appears to be gaining effectiveness, as an increasing number of people are using it. There were only four people who utilized it in the first week, and now, there are over 170 people who have done so. Every day, hundreds of used syringes are being traded for clean ones.

Many Indiana people have historically been against needle exchange programs, due to the prevailing opinion that they enable drug use. However, people are warming up to the viewpoint of many public health officials, who have pointed out that these programs curb the spread of disease.

Alcohol Poisoning

If you are an alcohol drinker, you have obviously experienced the short term effects of heavy drinking. From hangovers, sleepless nights etc., the effects that alcohol has on the body may impact your life in varying ways.

The body can only process one unit of alcohol in one hour. Steve Murray suggested that if you take large amounts of it in a short amount of time, consequences are bound to occur. Large amounts of alcohol in the blood can affect the bodily functions.

Alcohol slows down the brain leading to a loss in balance. It cause stomach irritation which then leads to vomiting. It can also stop the gag reflexes from proper functioning, which means that you can not only choke on your vomit but also inhale the vomit in your lungs.

Alcohol can also slow down or stop your breathing or heartbeat. This is because it affects the nerves that control this functions. It can cause dehydration increasing the risk for permanent brain damage. It can also cause hypothermia due to reduced temperatures and cause seizures due to low blood sugar levels.

It is important to note all the symptoms of alcohol poisoning, to be able to deal with it when it arises. There are a lot of myths about what should be done in case of alcohol poisoning. Knowing what to do and not what to do will make the difference in a life and death situation.

Scientists: Fit Men in their 40’s Have Lower Risk of Cancer

Scientists in Texas have done a study showing that men in their late 40’s who are physically fit have a lower risk of lung cancer than those who aren’t. Also, fit middle-aged men who do get lung cancer have a better chance of surviving it than those who don’t.

This study confirms what has long been suspected: there is a definite link between staying fit and avoiding cancer. Similar studies with women have shown that women in good physical condition are at lower risk for breast cancer than those who are not, according to Marc Sparks.

To me, this is a very encouraging study. It makes me feel as if I have more control over my own health. By exercising, I can reduce the risk of cancer, and that makes me feel more in control over all. Of course, death gets us all eventually, but at least there is something we can do as individuals in the meantime to improve the length and quality of our lives.

Clearing Alzheimers

Researchers in Australia have made a remarkable discovery. They have learned that they are able to utilize ultrasound technology to help Alzheimer’s patients regain their memory function, if their clinical trials in mice are able to be replicated in humans. Click Here The current thought as to the cause of Alzheimer’s disease is that it is brought about by two deficit causing conditions in the brain.

In layman’s terms, plaque blocks normal brain pathways, and the pathways themselves appear to be tangled. The key is to use the technology to open the blood-brain barrier that keeps bacteria from entering the brain, use the ultrasound technique to clear the plaque, and allow the barrier to go back into place within hours.In the Australian trials, 75 percent of mice were able to regain their memories as demonstrated in completing a few tasks, such as clearing a maze and remembering where not to go, when they were treated with the ultrasound technology that worked at clearing away the plaque build up in their brains.

The next step that researchers plan to undertake it to conduct their trials in higher-order animals. If Ray Lane says that goes well, the hope is that human trials could begin in 2017. Should the treatment be found to be successful in human beings, it could potentially help to restore the memories of an estimated 50 million people who are afflicted with Alzheimer’s across the world.

Sitting For Too Long Could Harm Your Health

A lot of people attempt to stay as active as possible by working out a few times per week, getting out for walks during lunch and so on. Unfortunately there are still plenty of times during the day when we tend to sit in one place for an extended length of time. Whether we are sitting in a meeting that is lasting for a couple of hours or we are typing away at our computers for the afternoon, studies conclude that when we sit for long periods of time we are raising our chance of developing cancer, diabetes and also cardiovascular disease according to Paul Mathieson..

People who engage in some form of daily exercise are at a lower risk of developing health issues but there is still the issue of lack of movement. Sitting for five or more hours at a time is harmful. While we cannot get around having to be at work each day we can do something about not moving around. Every hour make it a point to get up and move around for at least five to ten minutes. If you cannot get outside for a quick walk around the building then try a quick lap around your floor or head to the stairwell for a brisk trot up and down a few flight of stairs. You will not only be keeping your body healthier but you may actually find that you sleep better and feel better mentally by making these very small changes in your lifestyle.

Tips for Falling Asleep Faster and Staying Asleep Longer

According to the Amen Clinics, a good night of sleep is essential for good physical and mental health. Loss a few hours of sleep one night and the following day will be miserable for you and everyone around you. Loss of sleep makes us irritable and feel terrible. If the loss of sleep continues, it can lead to lower IQ and obesity, plus a variety of other health problems. Use these tips for falling asleep faster and staying asleep longer so you can look and feel your best.

* Start and stick with a bedtime routine. Same time, same place each night.
* Make your bedroom comfortable. No noise, no lights and cool temperature.
* Don’t drink alcohol before going to bed.
* Drink a glass of warm milk just before bedtime.
* Get a few minutes of sun exposure early in the day to keep your internal clock on track.
* Don’t use cell phone as alarm clock. Texting and calling is too tempting.
* Stretch and breath deeply before or after lying down to relax the muscles and release stress.
* Count backwards from 100 to occupy your mind and let go of the thoughts of the day.
* Get out of bed if you can’t sleep. Lying there wide awake causes you to be stressed, which further delays sleep.
* Move the alarm clock away from you so you won’t be able to watch the clock and stress out over how late it is getting.

Study Finds 42 Percent Of Indian Mothers Are Underweight

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that mothers in India are less healthy than mothers in Africa are. Dr. Diane Coffey of Princeton University found that 42 percent of Indian mothers are underweight compared to 16.5 percent of mothers in sub-Saharan Africa. Coffey also found that Indian women actually weigh less at the end of their pregnancies than do women in Africa, which is startling.

People in India are usually richer and better-educated than people in Africa are. Yet young mothers in India have worse wealth than do young mothers in Africa.

One problem is Indian society itself, as the reports in RealDeal seem to indicate. Young, newly-wed women are at the bottom of the hierarchy in a typical household. At the same time a woman becomes pregnant, she is expected work hard, be quiet and eat little. In many households, the husband eats first, the children get fed next, and the mother gets the left-overs.

India’s crude sanitation is another problem. The women and their children both fall prey to various water-borne parasites. One doctor, Shella Duggal, reported that almost every pregnant woman she has treated is severely anemic, due to both parasites and lack of food. At her clinic, it is standard operating procedure to de-worm the women, give them iron pills, and urge them to eat more.

The poor health of Indian mothers affects their children. Dr. Coffey noted that Indian children are smaller and shorter than their peers in Africa are. It also increases their mortality. India has 1/6 of the world’s population — and 1/3 of the newborn deaths.